What's it worth



4 replies to this topic
  • nozzlejockey

Posted September 07, 2001 - 02:27 PM

#1

Sorry to have to do this post. I am thinking of selling my 2001 426 and was wondering what to ask for it? It has a white bros. pipe,pro taper bars, revalved and sprung suspension, new cyl,piston,and oil pump, (due to pump failure-not miles) and X-ring gold chain. Purchased in march of this year. I was thinking about 4500.00. anyway all input would be appriciated.
Thanks

  • DirtDgr

Posted September 07, 2001 - 03:22 PM

#2

DONT DO IT!!!!!!!!! Sounds like a nice ride. Keep it. I would sell my car first!

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  • nozzlejockey

Posted September 07, 2001 - 07:51 PM

#3

It is but I have a 6wk old baby at home and she is going to need a bedroom of her own and for 5000.00 I can build on to the house. That is the dilema. I also fell last week on a corner and about broke my femur(upper leg)and I'm not sure I can afford 6 months off work.

Thanks for any estimates

  • sirthumpalot

Posted September 08, 2001 - 09:30 PM

#4

Good call on the room. If you're nice to her now then maybe when she's about 4 or so you can get her a bike of her own and a bike for you too and she'll go riding with you. :)

  • DirtDgr

Posted September 08, 2001 - 06:25 PM

#5

I admire your dedication to your family as I am a family man myself.
I am also a general contractor and I can tell you that 5000 bucks will only cover materials if your lucky.
Ide say your looking at 10 to 12 thousand easy. Maby refinance?

Good luck and I hope things work out so you dont sell the one thing I know I cant live without. Even if I couldnt ride it, just having the bike to look at is ok for awile.

Best wishes

Dave





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