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Kinda neat. Not liking the silver frame with red lower frame rails and swing arm. Also don't think that the front fender and bars look like they belong on that bike.Also $40k buy it now is CRAZY
QUOTE: You could do it yourself for about $40K....No reserve on the bid, starting at $10,000, I believe
my bad. I had a hard time reading the text. I thought $10k opening bid was a deal then saw the $40k and thought that was his price. Would so much rather have this then a Ural.
What's going on at the exhaust crossover/muffler junction?
Does it EVER EVER do any good to talk about what it cost to build what you're selling?
I agree with most of what everyone pointed out...and if someone DOES buys this rig for around $5,000, they will have landed a pretty good deal...(IMHO)
It will make a big difference (as it does on any sale of a custom or a bike with a higher price because it's been completely rebuilt) if the buyer knows the seller, or knows the guy who set it up and knows the person's work. If you don't know any of that, and it could have been Joe Sh!t the Ragman who rebuilt it, then the price is lower. If it's someone you know and trust and you call to check, and they say "Yep, I did that one, and you can believe it's a good one! Dude paid a fortune for all the best stuff I could get!" then you pay the price with confidence.Sort of a personal thing, that, so market prices barely apply ....Lannis
As far as the sidecar goes, the late Perry Bushong of Texas was NOT...Joe Sh!t the Ragman...and as far as I knew, he had a good, solid, reputation for his sidecar work.
As far as the sidecar goes, the late Perry Bushong of Texas was NOT...Joe Sh!t the Ragman...and as far as I knew, he had a good, solid, reputation for his sidecar work. With regards to the bike itself read this from the ad: It should be credited that Mark Etheridge at Moto Guzzi Classics helped repeatedly through this phase. There is no better. (Mark also built me a modern Eldo from a Bassa before this.)But in general, and as we all know... the ol' motto always holds true..."Let The Buyer Beware..."
The point is...one could not not build a rig like this for $10K...(IMHO) Also, the late Perry Bushong had a great reputation fine sidecar work...as I understand and have read...
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