Location: Spring, TX
Model: Yamaha TW-200
Price: SOLD, thank you
Based on a quick google, its Euston, TX.
Tom - TW200 2002, Kawasaki VN 500 2006
Central New Mexico
One would imagine that the 43rd President could have more than one bike.
Sorry, you're right and should have put it on the ad. The bike is in Spring, Texas, just outside of Houston.
I will definitely miss this bike!
Good price. If I were closer to you, I would buy it and keep the one I have in FL and take yours to ME. You have it priced right, it should move quickly.
Maybe a local MC trader rag or something like that. Aside from that you have CL and eBay, eBay is way more of a hassle and risk than CL is.
With that priced where it is, I doubt you'd have it longer than a couple of days if you list it on CL. Just weed out the idiots and tirekickers, whoever calls you and says they want it right then and have the money gets it.
03 TW200 Moose handguards, F+R custom racks, Clarke TW tank, 15/50, RK o-ring and a bag for trips to the party store.
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i agree...i sold my sportbike and a lot of other items on CL (been having an ongoing yard/garage sale)...if you do CL it my advice would be make sure you talk to the buyer...don't bother with texters or emailers...serious buyers will call you...if they text you or email you tell them to call you...if you posted your phone number and they ask for your number then it's usually a scam...to avoid hassle meet somewhere convenient/close for you but not at your house and state that you will be there at a specific time sharp and tell them if they are going to be a few minutes late to call you otherwise you won't hang around and wait
FWIW, I sold my TW this fall via CL. Yes, the CL ad drew some idiots and some phishers, but in two weeks I had at least 4 or 5 serious inquirers. I do second the suggestion that you list a phone number and ignore emails, etc. Biggest problem I noticed is that I was getting calls from 200 or 300 miles away. Two different guys wanted it pretty badly, and the closest guy ultimately won. He was a retired guy (much like me) and traveled about 65 miles to purchase the bike, at my asking price. He brought a relative to test drive the TW, to have an "expert" evaluate its condition, and he put it right in the pickup truck and headed home with it. So at least here in south central PA I can certainly say I had a good experience with CL. (In fact, the ONLY reason I sold it was because I'd already purchased a 2007 Yamaha FZ6 from a CL seller, and I simply didn't have enough garage space for 2 bikes! I subsequently bought a full face helmet, a Cortech tail bag, and an armored mesh jacket from 2 different CL sellers. I now follow the listings on CL on a daily basis, for some additional tools, accessories and expendable supplies.)
Good luck with your TW sale. Looks like a nice bike at a great price, and if I had more space I'd be calling you!
- - - Jim
Most problems can be solved with a suitable application of throttle!
2007 Yamaha FZ6 bagger (still miss the TW200)
2001 TW200 Yuasa YTZ7-S + Tender Jr.; fuel filter; socket head cap screws for seat; homemade rear rack; D2Moto; carb mods (#128; 3x.01; 2-1/2 turns) (sold 2012)
1993 XT350 (sold)
1987 TW200 14/55+Oring (sold)
et al, et al, starting with 1964 Honda 50 Sport