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  • Do you (or anyone you know) want a free motorcycle?

    My dad bought a bike probably almost 15 years ago, and it hasn't been ridden in at least 7 or 8. It's a late 70s Honda, pretty big. I really don't know shit about it other than it's been at the front of my driveway without running for a long time, it has some rust damage and I've been tasked to get rid of it. Free to the first person who wants to come and get it. If you have interest in it or know someone who does, PM me with whatever else you need to know, or I'll pass out my phone number to anybody who needs to call and arrange pickup and whatnot.


  • #2
    Trying to get rid of everything before your mom takes it all from him in the divorce settlement?

    Moon

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    • #3
      try freecycle

      http://www.freecycle.org/group/US/Mi...0Louis%20Metro

      you can dump off a lot of stuff through this.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Moon Man View Post
        Trying to get rid of everything before your mom takes it all from him in the divorce settlement?

        Moon
        More like trying to get rid of shit he doesn't want to move before he does that.

        ETA: And thanks, han.

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        • #5
          Donate it to an organization

          if they take things like that. I know they take cars
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          • #6
            Craigslist has a free section too, but you'll most likely get hammered with a ton of calls and at least a few no-shows.



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            • #7
              Contact these people - and your father can get a tax write off as well. The giver declares the value of the gift, but it's wise to keep it within reason.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by bombay View Post
                Contact these people - and your father can get a tax write off as well. The giver declares the value of the gift, but it's wise to keep it within reason.

                http://www.pva.org/site/PageServer?p...e=support_main
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