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Old 07-14-2018, 10:59 PM
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Well.......that link says something to the effect of 'Don't offer me 50% my asking price.' Ironically enough.......50% off your asking price is about right......

Listen.....I'm not here to thread crap, but that bike (while very nice) can be had for $7,000 all day. (before you reply, check out NADA and KBB......my $7 was being generous)
You obviously are here to thread crap stop trying to act as if you're friendly if you weren't trying to thread crap you would have offered me your advice in a mature manor such as a PM.
I've checked my sites I know what the bike is worth.
 
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Old 07-15-2018, 07:15 AM
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You obviously are here to thread crap stop trying to act as if you're friendly if you weren't trying to thread crap you would have offered me your advice in a mature manor such as a PM.
I've checked my sites I know what the bike is worth.
Considering everyone replying to the thread is saying your asking price is way too high you may want to provide links to those sites saying your price is fair. Potential buyers will want that info anyway if they are going to shell out the money. Anyway, just my friendly advice. GLWS.
 
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Considering everyone replying to the thread is saying your asking price is way too high you may want to provide links to those sites saying your price is fair. Potential buyers will want that info anyway if they are going to shell out the money. Anyway, just my friendly advice. GLWS.
No where in his add does he say the "price is fair". He does state that he knows what the bike is worth so with what he is asking and what it books at, maybe there is a underlying reason that the prices are so far apart. Either way, GLWS OP.
 
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Old 07-15-2018, 01:44 PM
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No where in his add does he say the "price is fair". He does state that he knows what the bike is worth so with what he is asking and what it books at, maybe there is a underlying reason that the prices are so far apart. Either way, GLWS OP.
i see this alot when it comes to 03 harleys. Some people think it has to be worth alot more because its an anniversary edition but the truth is, every single bike made in 03 was an anniversary edition. There is nothing special about a special edition that was over produced when it was built. Not only that but harley thanked its customers in 03 by cheapening the bottom ends, first year of the pressed together cranks. I wish the op the best but i hate seeing some poor guy get ripped off on a 15 year old bike when for the same price he could buy a brand new one. Especially when its sold as some rare motorcycle that in reality isnt rare at all.
 
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No where in his add does he say the "price is fair". He does state that he knows what the bike is worth so with what he is asking and what it books at, maybe there is a underlying reason that the prices are so far apart. Either way, GLWS OP.
https://www.kbb.com/motorcycles/harl...icetype=retail

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Retail, Excellent Condition $6095.00 (from a dealer no less, private sale is less)

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Reduced $10,250.00
 
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Why do you care what the owner of the bike is asking? If you think it's too high, move along - why crap on the guy? Things for sale are only worth what someone will give for it. He is selling his bike, not asking for a running commentary on TMZ.

If you want to make an offer, make an offer.

To the OP, nice bike and good luck with the sale.
 
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Give the guy a break. It's a beautiful bike but in NY, EVERYTHING is expensive. He can't help himself.
 
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that bike (while very nice) can be had for $7,000 all day.)
I'd Go $7k seriously.

A friend of mine for a 2003 Springer never registered zero miles got . $33k. Unbelievable

 
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