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Nice upgrades but a little high in price.
Buying the carbs now is about $1,000.00 and I doin't think you can get the Sta in Tune's anymore either...Eric
I'm figuring that it would have cost less to rejet the carbs for the exhaust than buying new carbs.
I think you guys in the US are a bit spoilt.I've been keeping my eyes on the Australian market for a while watching Sport 1100s. I have to have one when I get home. Recently there were a couple advertised at $8000 AUD and $9000 AUD. Now the only two for sale in Aus are theses.https://www.gumtree.com.au/s-ad/burns-beach/motorcycles/moto-guzzi-1100-sport/1166201510 Moto Guzzi 1100 Sport$12,000.00 12,000 AUD =9,133.79 USDkinross1997 Moto Guzzi 1100i -last of the Fuel Injected Sport models.Brembo braked, Braided Lines, Biturbo Steering damper .Marchenesi Alloy Rims, WP fully Adjustable Suspension, Power Commander II, Dynotuned, K&N Airfilter, Staintune Pipes, Performance Chip, Tinted ScreenTwo owners, always garaged and never ridden in rain. Low 37,000kms.and this one. https://www.gumtree.com.au/s-ad/midvale/motorcycles/moto-guzzi-1100-sport/1164503320moto guzzi 1100 sport$11,000.00unit 3/30 beaconsfield ave MidvaleMoto guzzi 1100 sport, fuel injected, rare factory blue colour, aftermarket and original pipes. Super low 32,000m kms. 2 owners, hard to find and in excellent condition. Must sell due to relocation. $11,00011,000 AUD =8,373.81 USDI'd buy either and happily pay the asking price. In my mind they are sooooo RARE that they can only ever appreciate in price.$5,500USD seems like a bargain to me!
The sale of new motorcycle in the USA is very soft and has been for a few years now. Lots of dealers have years old new old stock sitting on the showroom floor needing to be discounted by thousands off MSRP just to more them. Over on Strom Troopers there was a dealer selling a new leftover 2015 Vee Strom 650 for $3,999 no fee's just tax and tags. The bikes MSRP was something like $8,400. While great for that buyer the already weak secondary market just got knocked back another notch.Would it be feasible to buy this Sport and import it into AUS?
THe motorcycle market in Singapore is completely F**ked.
Between the V 11 sport, and the 1100 sport , which bike does the group feel will go up in value more in the future? I suspect the V 11 sport will, just due to the fact that its more "rideable" . As far as looks, I prefer the classic lines of the 1100 sport, but the V 11 sport is a close second in the looks dept. Rick.
That's because it's not really a "market" .... On this bike here, it's hard to imagine that it will go over $4,000. Lots of people have given reasons why it should be "worth" $5500, but when Sport buyers can buy nice bikes for 75% of the asking price of this one, the "worth" changes ...Lannis
None .it's a guzzi , they don't go up in value.............. .......
Hi Lannis,I agree with your $$$ value on the PA bike; however, I'm not sure if I could buy what I would consider a lower milage "Nice Bike" looking at the 1100 Sport for around $4k.... Five of my six 1100's were "nice bikes", but all needed work. I think that the statement "You get what you pay for" is more true than not. For instance, I would never sell any of the bikes that I own for what I bought them for, since my OCD requires that everything has to be done right when I own something. This includes not just getting something to work, but getting it to work done right, which is not necessarily a cheap way of getting it done, especially if you replace bad components with brand name replacements and not just cheap aftermarket crap. I on average get about one inquire a month from someone here within the US asking me if I would consider selling one of my bikes to them. My answer is always "Thanks for asking, but no thanks". So rest assure, that I for one would never sell any of my bikes for what I bought them for, and the people who contact me about my bikes know this, and they would never think that they would buy one of them for "a nice bike" value deal. So for me, a lower milage, which I consider 20k miles or less, is worth between $3k-4K. But a bike done right, in truly almost perfect condition, which needs nothing / has new brand name components like Brembo brakes and rotors, has no engine or transmission issues, good tires, new battery, perfect visually, and maybe some upgrades like a better exhaust, ECU performance chip, cross-over, a owner and maintenance history..... should go for at least $6k and up from there. So I think that the value of these bike will go up in time, since most people who buy the 95-97 1100 Sport are a little older by now and appreciate these bikes for what they are. I am also glad that most younger riders are mostly interested in performance, so they usually overlook the 1100's, which keeps the once left around hopefully safe from getting destroyed or just worn out. And my statement about younger riders is just in reference, since I personally know younger riders in their 20's who would love to own one of my bikes, and they would take care of them like I do.But then again, those are just my opinions on the current and future value of these bikes.Andy
This is the Wisconsin Museum bike. I also have a original 97 exhaust system, plus the original ECU chip, so this bike could also be made 100% original again.Here are some of my other Guzzi's. I'm currently working on my second yellow 97, so she didn't make the picture right now, since she is still sitting on the lift for now.
They`ve been $4500 for the last 10 years. They will be $4500 for the next 10 years
Not to start something up here, but your statement is so not true......They were maybe $4.5k ten years ago, but I know of several 1100 Sports which sold during the past two years, and not counting some of my bikes that I bought, which one sold for $8k, and two others for $7k. There is also currently one for sale in Asheville for $9k. And yes, you can buy these bikes for $4.5k or even less, but you better plan on spending another $1K, $2k, or even more to get them updated or repaired of whatever issues they may have. So then the question becomes on how much did you then pay in reality for this $4.5k bike? In my world, money that I know ahead of time which I need to spend on any vehicle that I buy is going to get included in the purchase cost, and then there is an additional amount to cover unknowns, which always happen. So when I look at any of my bikes that cost me lets say $4.5k, and I had to pay an additional $2k to get them up to perfect condition, then was the purchase cost still only $4.5K???? I think not. You would tell stories to people making them believe that a bike that you paid additional $$$ for to get it in pristine condition was purchased for only $4.5k!On the other hand, please let me know of any low milage and in pristine condition, needing nothing 1995-1998 1100 Sports for sale with an asking price of $4.5k, since I would love to buy them all at that cost.People who make assumptions or statements need to compare apples with apples, and not apples with oranges......Andy
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