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the_yellow_dart

So my dad bought a Honda

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A '93 Honda CB750. Not fully a sport bike, not really a cruiser either, but I think it's a pretty cool combination. Powerful little thing too.

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Hint 1: 1993 model

Hint 2: 4 cyl

Hint 3: He didn't sell his Grand Prix

Hint 4: It's a '93 4-cyl Honda, but I'm happy for him and not upset.

So... what is it? :scratchchin:

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z28luvr01    170

A Magna?

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ocnblu    777
An outboard motor for his boat? :unsure:

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What ever. Say congrats. He bought it used so there's no hard feelings on my end. :)

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Nick    31

Maybe an S2000

A '93 S2000? Interesting... :scratchchin:

Is it a boat? (the engine at least being a honda marine engine)...

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capriceman    0

ATV?

ridding lawn mower?

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Heh, In case you didn't realize this... Technically, they call those CB750s, Nighthawks. My dad has one. :P

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Actually BV I didn't know that.

Interesting.

My father's bike is a rather more unfortunate colour of light blue.

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Cory Wolfe    263

Either way, they are fun bikes. Personally, I find the suspension to be too soft, but the powerful engine makes up for that. Fun, fun. Now I just need to get my motorcycle permit, so I can ride it legally. :D

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