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No, by and large most software development types I've known from college through today are mostly a different demographic by far, especially these days. I mean these days they are the poster children for millennials and their econtent world. That's so far removed from the gear head demo it's ridiculous.Sure Jay is an EE, but I can't think of a single other EE or a software guy from our fraternity who was a gear head even back then.
Thanks for the invite, Lannis. I probably can't make it but it would do me good to get out of the office environment in which I'm presently toiling. Being surrounded by 30 year old gender-neutrals who can type 200 wpm with their thumbs and call their moms when they get a flat tire in their electric car is affecting my attitude. I'm starting to sound bitter. Going to a jumble such as the one you mentioned would do me a lot of good..if I could only get some time off work.
..A 10 year old sports bike is no longer anywhere near the cutting edge of sports bike performance and now is just a moderately fast slightly uncomfortable bike.Steve
Or, take a chance and pick a bike that's already a classic. Thinking about ....- BMW R90S- MG 1000SThey're both pricey, and the bottom could fall out of that market. But probably not. These things aren't Vincents, they're German and Italian bikes that were somewhat rare when they were introduced. But not horribly rare.
If a 90s and a 1000s came up for the same money I would go for the goose.
Absolutely! I would say in the similar condition, the 1000S is definitely going to bring more money.If you're patient, you can still find a nice R90S for $7-$9k. A nice 1000S is going to cost you $12-$15k.
Then what are 850 LeMans going for these days?The 1000s is nice but a bit of a parts bin special- ahead of their time, I suspect they’d sell well these days.If it was even money I’d go the round fin every time.
Ist gen LeMans seem to sell from $4000 to $25000, I'm sure mine is in the lower end!
If Guzz loops were going to become classics they would be by now. So ZX7R 91/2 era with the vacuum cleaner hose intakes, Slingshot GSXR750 888 Ducatis have already gone silly. If you come across a low miles 94 Ducati 916 or 916SP I'd grab it with both hands 750 Katana with the pop up headlight. First Gen ZZR1100R RGV250/Aprilia RS250, First Gen Hyabusa, First Gen R1 specifically the one with the red and white paint scheme and first gen Honda Fireblade 919.
I always thought the 4th generation Triumph Thunderbird (1994 to 2003) had such a nice classic look. Know mostly for their bullet proof triple cylinder Hinckley motors, I was always keeping an eye out for one. I found this one about 3 years ago and fixed her up.
Mine came already cooked!
Great looking bike. I've ridden one and liked it, even if it is far from my wheelhouse.I could see these becoming sought after one day.But I dunno or care about that.
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