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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 06-18-2009, 04:47 PM Thread Starter
 
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How much is she worth?

2002 vn750 with 10,900 mile on it, jardine slip ons and studded saddle bags. was just inquiring what you guys think she would be worth. oh she runs great. the pic is my avatar pic.

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I would guess $ 2700 - 3000. Good market for these bikes.

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As per Nada book value which is what the banks would put it's value at, Low Retail $2,080 High Retail $2,600

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Or what the Guy with the Cash in His Hand is willing to give You for It.

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thanks for the input, hate to even think about selling her but i tore all the tendons and legiments in my ankle and i am unable to ride for quite awhile. I found a jeep wrangler for sale near by and the guy is asking 3000 for it so i was just wondering what i might be able to get for my bike. if you are wondering i didn't do it on the bike my son said i couldn't ride his skate board and i guess he was right. little nuckle head.
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if you are wondering i didn't do it on the bike my son said i couldn't ride his skate board and i guess he was right. little nuckle head.

I did something similar a couple weeks ago. Got the Nephew a BMX bike for when he's visiting at his cousins. My girlfriend told him to ride it down a hill by our driveway. I said I will first. Made it down no trouble, but then hit the brakes to miss a huge puddle........ WIPE-OUT!!! Got some road-rash on my right knuckles, left elbow and left knee. Both hands are sore from my thumbs getting bent back when I went over the bars

I think it's the worst wipe-out I ever had on a bicycle!!

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thanks for the input, hate to even think about selling her but i tore all the tendons and legiments in my ankle and i am unable to ride for quite awhile. I found a jeep wrangler for sale near by and the guy is asking 3000 for it so i was just wondering what i might be able to get for my bike. if you are wondering i didn't do it on the bike my son said i couldn't ride his skate board and i guess he was right. little nuckle head.
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i know thats right along with all the internal damage to my ankle i got bad road rash on the same ankle to go with it. so i can't even put the boot the doc gave me to put on, because the road rash has to breath to heal up. i thought i was still young enought i'm only 29 but it was a good wipe out. to top it all off my wife got it on video but i got to far down the street before i fell so you really can't set it thank goodness. it was kinda funny though.
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Have you looked at similar models in your area, like CL or Ebay?

Around here by me there a 3-5 Vulcan's for sale, same or newer year as yours, comparable mileage, with asking prices of $3500-$4000 and they've been for sale for a while...
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I had mine listed for 3400 and got several nibbles. Same year as yours, but with 27k miles, similarly equipped. I sold it to my son for 2500. Felt I was giving him a great deal. I figure a good deal on that bike is around 3000. Of course, that depends on what someone is willing to pay as Jay said. Of course, I was willing to sit on it for as long as it took to get what I thought it was worth. Then along came my oldest boy... I made him come up with the cash though. Not that he's not responsible, but I wanted it to be an investment he would take care of!

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