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2 or 3 hundred.
 

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Thank you! I see you on here a lot and I really respect your input and this community. I'm more of a lurker than a poster but I figured I could get some insight on what a reasonable price would be for that thing. Who knows I might try to get a new engine for it, or do the ttr swap or something like that, Looks like the bottom end is still there maybe I could do something with that, I'm not sure. But in any case, everything else seems to be in good condition so why not, right?
 

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Looks like the kickstarter is there???? If so, you could recoup all your money and then some by parting it out. I would offer 2 hundred, and go up from there to maybe three or three fifty max. If you want to fix it up, it's gonna be a project, and who knows how much, but you might be able to find everything you need on our classified section.
 

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Thank you! I see you on here a lot and I really respect your input and this community. I'm more of a lurker than a poster but I figured I could get some insight on what a reasonable price would be for that thing. Who knows I might try to get a new engine for it, or do the ttr swap or something like that, Looks like the bottom end is still there maybe I could do something with that, I'm not sure. But in any case, everything else seems to be in good condition so why not, right?
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Since I was going through withdrawals after selling my other TW, this fell in my lap today. Paid $250, only because it had an engine that would turn over. Being "bat sh*t crazy", according to my wife, I think I'll rebuild this engine just for the learning experience.


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If the metal and plastics are in great shape, $300-$350 is a good number but no more for the bike you mentioned. Cheaper is always better! :p
 

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Tommy, you da man. Always the kind word and helpful idea. Keep it up brother.

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Thanks for the compliment Will, God bless you my friend.

Tommy, you da man. Always the kind word and helpful idea. Keep it up brother.

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Since I was going through withdrawals after selling my other TW, this fell in my lap today. Paid $250, only because it had an engine that would turn over. Being "bat sh*t crazy", according to my wife, I think I'll rebuild this engine just for the learning experience.


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If the metal and plastics are in great shape, $300-$350 is a good number but no more for the bike you mentioned. Cheaper is always better! :p
A wife will always say that! Just remember it next time she wants something "nice"


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I was going to make a snide comment like "for $20 and gas money I'll haul it away", but it looks like the parts are already being eyed up for fast cash. I guess that shows me.
Personally, if it was really all there, minus seat, I would pay $400 for a basket case. Minus the cost of each engine piece that needs buying.
 
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