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November 24th, 2008, 10:54 AM   #31
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Well said Azza, keep it for the historical value and those flame stickers....... i'd have killed for some of those as a kid!
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February 16th, 2009, 10:26 PM   #32
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Re: WOW

Originally Posted by bikebarnbeckman
I cant believe die-hard Husabergers would want to burn a piece of Husaberg History...thats what we see it as, especially with VIN 000001. Ultimately, when we can increase our building size, we plan on displaying it as a piece of Berg History, as well as our 92...unless someone buys it.
I see its still for sale, what sort of cost would be involved in shipping to australia? i expect that the current conversion rate (A$0.66 to the US$1.00 ?) then itts gonna be about 1.2 - 1.3 times US price?, im getting keen on this idea.

Thinking whatelse I can sell to make the cash..

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September 20th, 2017, 10:17 AM   #33
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This subject was brought up recently. So I got to thinking since I don't like to burn anything Husaberg, and the fact that this Quad and the very few Husaberg quads like it have probably no noticeable impact whatsoever on the precious single track, that we could possibly spare its life from the fiery flames in kind of the same way that that one Turkey gets spared from the chopping block on Thanksgiving..

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September 20th, 2017, 02:09 PM   #34
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And now that time has passed some will still be haters but some others may have changed their minds too.
And your very right in the places were we see the yoboos on quads when has anyone seen one on a Husaberg Quad? Rumored that only 40 were ever built not all were sold and we'll it's been some time now so those that are left should be kept in prosperity!
Those yoboos quads and the damage they do to single track, the environment in general and the dust they course are real issues, but it like all problems is a management and responsiblity one. And now that time has pass it has become apparent that in some areas and countries that the quad bike clubs are not only maintaining trails but opening more, and with out this organizated approach trails will be lost.
In my country the biggest threat to public trails it the "4wd mud truck", and the guys drinking beer going back and forth making big bog holes and ruts. Do I want to burn 4wds no infact I used to own a 4inch lifted 2inch body lifted, 13.5 /33 inch missed Crouser, but it's down to individual responsibility and common courtesy.

Okay rant done glad you hung in there Paul
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