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Old 04-25-2007, 09:37 PM   #1
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Another Moped.

I some how got talked in to another Moped, sheer seconds after I sold my current moped! I don't even have any photos yet, but here is one that is extreamly simaler, other then the handle bars:



Mine is the same color, same alloy rims, same 50cc engine with two speed automatic transmition, even came with most of the parts to fix it.
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Old 04-26-2007, 08:48 AM   #2
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Nice find! I have always wanted a moped/scooter/commuter bike to travel to work with, but when I saw some of the prices and the MPG they got I just said it was more feasible to stick with the VX. Especially considering Minnesota's climate and the fact that I have passengers at unexpected times.
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Old 04-26-2007, 10:57 AM   #3
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Nice moped! Looks like a fishing lure to me,
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what year is that and how much do they cost? i would love to pick one up like that for the short ride into town (3miles) also do you have to have a motercycle license to drive them?
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it depends on your state, most states require that you have at least a learners permit for a car, or a regular drivers lisence, some require nothing, I don't know of any states that require a motorcycle endorsement for mopeds or scooters with automatic transmissions and 50cc engines.
you can buy new name brand mopeds starting at $1,000 and of course used ones are never that much unless it's extreamly rare, but $300 for a good used moped that needs only minor work, usualy a tune up, is pretty commen, I bought a honda Elite-e scooter at the end of last summer for $150, that needed a battery and felt it was a fair price.
if you can't get parts for it, don't buy it, brands like Puch, and Tomos, and a few others that have been around you can get parts for, stuff made in China is not made to be repaired or mantained.
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Nice find. I used to love my Honda MB-5 I had.
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