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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 05-11-2011, 12:18 PM Thread Starter
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mustang seat on ebay

not mine or interested.. click here how much you think it will sell for. im guessing $450-$500





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I seen that 2 days ago.
all they are doing now is jacking up the price. I wait until the last couple minutes to bid.

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Well unless some doesn't read what he wrote it might not go much higher.

Here is what he wrote: "Most feel the comfort of this seat is a huge improvement over the stock seat. The original prices from Mustang was $359."

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Mustang no longer makes that seat is what makes the 'get it while you can' price. I bought the Saddlemens seat, which they would still build as of last year if you call them, for $408 dollars shipped.
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Mustang no longer makes that seat is what makes the 'get it while you can' price. I bought the Saddlemens seat, which they would still build as of last year if you call them, for $408 dollars shipped.
Chuck. Noticed the Engine guard & connected riding pegs in your bike pics. Nice ;-). Can you tell me what brands & where you got them? (price?)
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As I understand from the previous owner, the guard came on the bike new.

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Well unless some doesn't read what he wrote it might not go much higher.

Here is what he wrote: "Most feel the comfort of this seat is a huge improvement over the stock seat. The original prices from Mustang was $359."
The last Mustang seats sold for the VN750 were around $600, retail. When I got mine, in '94, it was $439

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