Join Date: Jul 2006
Location: sterling heights, mi
that, and most race bikes have a cod/salvage/non repairable title. meaning in most states you cant even get it registered to be street legal.
ez-- dont be afraid of mods. and most mods dont add value to a bike, unless they are high end performance mods. even then, they are only worth about 1/2 or less of what they cost new. bike stands and gear ppl always toss in the asking price to justify a higher asking price. when i sold my former bike (a 1997 honda cbr 600 F3 with 6500 origional miles), i sold it for 1200.00 more than what i paid for it. i put about 500.00 total into it (maitinence and a slip-on exhaust). but the reason i got so much more than i paid for it, was i presented it well. that, and it looked like a brand new bike. im an auto detailer, so that bike was always fresh and shiney. and the fact the guy was a total squid, helped me get my FULL asking price. too bad he dropped it after buying it (test riding it in my parking lot). and the 1st thing he asked me was how to ride 2up with his g/f on back. i told him he dont ride his g/f on back, he should leave her with me for a year untill he knows how to ride, then pick her back up. he looked puzzled, and didnt care for that comment. oh, and he left with the bike wearing a bicycle helmet, not motorcycle helmet. and returned wiht his g/f on back with same helmet to pick up his truck.
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2004 Honda CBR 1000rr WSBK TenKate Hann Spree race replica
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