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    Hi all,



    My first post so go easy. I have found a 2003 TW200 with 900 miles, an after market tank and pipe in great shape. Seller is firm at $2000, is this a fair price? From my research it maybe a couple hundred high but considering the miles, extras and condition I am inclined to pull the trigger. What do you think? Thanks in advance.

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    I say it's a fair price, low miles plus aftermarket parts. A no brainer in my book.

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    Thats not bad. It seems like tw's are going higher in price now than they were a few years ago in my area. If its close and you want one then go for it. Tw's are few and far between here in indiana

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    where I live it would sell in 2 or 3 days for 2500 or possibly a little more.

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    I've been looking too, if it was within 400 miles, I'd be there this weekend buying it.

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    It would be gone already if it was in Washington State. I say its a good deal as long as its clean.
    If you can't find it, grind it

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    If you want a TW, have the money, and like the bike - buy it!

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    I agree with all of the above. You're looking at over $400 in extras and I'll bet he's done some other things to it too.



    I bought a '95 with 784 miles and no extras in January for $1700 and am extremely glad I did.

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    Thanks everyone. I made the appointment and i have cash in hand. Should be a new TW200 owner within 48 hours. :-)

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    I bought a 97 here in central California with 3761 miles, that was very clean for 1500.00. He was offered 1800.00 over the phone after I bought it.

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