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08-04-2012 11:54 AM
Rook bumping the thread, she dropped the price to $3000

2003 VN750
Air injection valves removed(called coastering; less exhaust popping on deceleration)
Twin CV carbs; re-jetted and intake nacelles replaced with pod filters
OE extended backrest
OE luggage rack
OE saddlebag supports
aftermarket windscreen
customized stock seat
VN750.com radiator cover
custom vn750 backrest cover
custom driver floor boards installed(passenger included, not installed)
comes with an extra rear bevel gear case( the one on the bike has a small leak, probably just an o-ring
Rear drive splines were often sent out from the factory with no grease; the slpines on this bike have been inspected and properly lubricated
30,586 miles
07-20-2012 01:30 AM
DACataldo
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Originally Posted by Rook View Post
\, she wants to fly to see her dad in SF before he passes.
Wish I'da done that. I am from SF and couldn't get a flight in time..... make sure and get her out there!
07-19-2012 12:32 PM
Rook Thanks for all the input guys! As for the price, it's my wife's ride so I let her set the price, I have seen them on Cycle trader for more so...

I would like to see it go sooner rather than later, she wants to fly to see her dad in SF before he passes.
07-19-2012 12:29 PM
Rook
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Originally Posted by pittdave View Post
i thought i had seen that bike before.. in beautiful downtown conway
you may have indeed, it was my commuter before it was my wife's ride.
07-11-2012 11:12 PM
slimvulcanrider you probably have Pit...
07-11-2012 11:06 PM
pittdave i thought i had seen that bike before.. in beautiful downtown conway
07-11-2012 10:41 PM
romeobravo172 No beat up intended!!, and yes hope it finds a happy home!!
07-11-2012 10:33 PM
kc2dgq lets not ruin the poor guys thread...jeez!

It's bad enough he has to let the bike go, I'm sure he doesn't need us debating his price listed....after all he was only asking that price and it was followed with OBO....

Personally, I think the bike is clean and probably well worth his asking price.

Good luck with the sale Rook! hopefully it will find a good home where it will get the same TLC you and the wife gave it.
07-11-2012 10:33 PM
romeobravo172 Yea Tanner, I agree and me personally when I'm looking to buy,car,truck, bike or whatever the first place I go is NADA. At least that gives me a good starting point. Also can do a nation wide search for whatever(bikes-cars-ect) just to get a good idea of what it brings across the board. Sometimes it takes that one buyer to come along and fall in love!!!
07-11-2012 10:14 PM
thtanner
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Originally Posted by romeobravo172 View Post
Wasn't the $6,099 price listed as new? In the nada?
Yes that is the new price. $2,483 is the highest price listed on NADA, with KBB being a bit higher. With bikes. KBB tends to be artificially high compared to NADA. The price listed, at least according to NADA/KBB, is way overblown.

Either way, knowing what I know about these bikes, I would shoot closer to the NADA values if I wanted to move it. There are just a lot nicer/more reliable bikes available for $3k on the open market. I'm not trying to beat the guy up over his pricing, but just being honest.

I guess how urgent the sale is to him is what really would dictate things for me. If it has no time-frame, then I'd just leave the price he's asking. If he needs to move it prior to the end of the season, then I'm not sure the price would motivate buyers.
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