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Does anyone know what year make and model this bike is in the picture?

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2 hours ago, AustinReeves said:

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They finally Found the body of the Suzuki that Johnny Kawasaki planted. The Honda Police will come for Johnny Kawasaki later. good find!  Looks like an old unloved Zuke from a spoiled brat bastardo from the 70'. Little punk thought he could get a newer bike by cleverly hiding it in the woods, Tell his dad, the little punk has been exposed. LOL!

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Is that a tree growing through the rear wheel? I've heard about barn finds, but not a farm field find. I guess you could say it's a woods bike.

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I know what you're thinking. You wanna fix it up and ride it. Do you currently have a dirt bike? Any experience? If not, move on, this is not for you. This bike is in too rough of shape for a beginner.

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Move fwd on the dig a hole plan.  Its roached.  Let it rest in peace

not everything can be saved with scotch brite and wd40.  In some cases it shouldnt even be tried.  Pour a tall lemonade, park your butt on the porch and just pretend you saved it.  After you dig that hole of course.  

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3 minutes ago, T.T. Rider said:

It’s a leverite as in leave it right there

It has as much value and potential as this:

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Get it , get it ,get it , get it .     Fun and education all rolled in to one package .....  looks better than the  TW 200     I just got in .......    guy  wants it      fixed up .....       Hee Hee Hee ...   

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5 hours ago, behive said:

73/74/75 TS100

 I don't remember ever seeing one of those in the USA. I remember the TS90 and the later TS100 with the high pipe, and of course the TS125, but I don't think I ever saw a low pipe TS100. And I was a teenage boy at the time and my mind only focused on two things!

 It's probably a rare collectors item and should be saved and restored to it's former glory!

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1 hour ago, motovita said:

 I don't remember ever seeing one of those in the USA. I remember the TS90 and the later TS100 with the high pipe, and of course the TS125, but I don't think I ever saw a low pipe TS100. And I was a teenage boy at the time and my mind only focused on two things!

 It's probably a rare collectors item and should be saved and restored to it's former glory!

The true definition of a "parts bike",not a "roller" ,in any sense of the word.🤔💩🇺🇸😀

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