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« Reply #15 on: February 12, 2018, 11:15:23 AM »

Well for one thing, offers is part of the " the market sorts itself out" scenario..
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« Reply #16 on: February 12, 2018, 11:18:09 AM »

I already had a low offer for my Z1 but I don't get insulted so if you think that's all the KZ is worth then try it.

The most a guy will tell you  is say OK or Duck off Grin

Me I just said not at this time.
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« Reply #17 on: February 12, 2018, 11:21:12 AM »

I agree the price is too high.  I have recently thought of purchasing a 77 or 78  as the prices are still low compared to the earlier 900s and they are basically the same bike.

He does say OBO but why insult him and offer him 4000 to 4500 which is what I believe it is worth and I have been one the normally over pays for my bikes.

How much did you pay for your 900 that you are asking $7500 for?  Evil Grin
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2012 BMW K1300R SE          2016 DR650
1980 Suzuki GS750E
1980 GS1000S (Wes Cooley)
Past Rides
1988 Suzuki GSXR 750 Slingshot
1984 GS1150EF
1983 Suzuki 750E
1982 Katana 550
1981 GS1100E
1983 GS1100E
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« Reply #18 on: February 12, 2018, 11:50:09 AM »

I agree the price is too high.  I have recently thought of purchasing a 77 or 78  as the prices are still low compared to the earlier 900s and they are basically the same bike.

He does say OBO but why insult him and offer him 4000 to 4500 which is what I believe it is worth and I have been one the normally over pays for my bikes.

How much did you pay for your 900 that you are asking $7500 for?  Evil Grin
How much did you pay for the cooley and would you let it go for that Grin

House prices are an other thing where I never thought I would have got 4 times the price that I paid for it 10 years ago.




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« Reply #19 on: February 12, 2018, 12:07:21 PM »

I agree the price is too high.  I have recently thought of purchasing a 77 or 78  as the prices are still low compared to the earlier 900s and they are basically the same bike.

He does say OBO but why insult him and offer him 4000 to 4500 which is what I believe it is worth and I have been one the normally over pays for my bikes.

How much did you pay for your 900 that you are asking $7500 for?  Evil Grin
How much did you pay for the cooley and would you let it go for that Grin

House prices are an other thing where I never thought I would have got 4 times the price that I paid for it 10 years ago.

Haha...I paid $1500us for my Cooley. But unlike you I don't say I "over pay usually"...when it's not true. I have seen your purchases and see that you do just fine my friend.  Grin





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2012 BMW K1300R SE          2016 DR650
1980 Suzuki GS750E
1980 GS1000S (Wes Cooley)
Past Rides
1988 Suzuki GSXR 750 Slingshot
1984 GS1150EF
1983 Suzuki 750E
1982 Katana 550
1981 GS1100E
1983 GS1100E
I like Suzukis!!
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« Reply #20 on: February 12, 2018, 12:13:33 PM »

I agree the price is too high.  I have recently thought of purchasing a 77 or 78  as the prices are still low compared to the earlier 900s and they are basically the same bike.

He does say OBO but why insult him and offer him 4000 to 4500 which is what I believe it is worth and I have been one the normally over pays for my bikes.

How much did you pay for your 900 that you are asking $7500 for?  Evil Grin
How much did you pay for the cooley and would you let it go for that Grin

House prices are an other thing where I never thought I would have got 4 times the price that I paid for it 10 years ago.

Haha...I paid $1500us for my Cooley. But unlike you I don't say I "over pay usually"...when it's not true. I have seen your purchases and see that you do just fine my friend.  Grin





That wasn't the question Tongue
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« Reply #21 on: February 12, 2018, 12:18:40 PM »

I agree the price is too high.  I have recently thought of purchasing a 77 or 78  as the prices are still low compared to the earlier 900s and they are basically the same bike.

He does say OBO but why insult him and offer him 4000 to 4500 which is what I believe it is worth and I have been one the normally over pays for my bikes.

How much did you pay for your 900 that you are asking $7500 for?  Evil Grin
How much did you pay for the cooley and would you let it go for that Grin

House prices are an other thing where I never thought I would have got 4 times the price that I paid for it 10 years ago.

Haha...I paid $1500us for my Cooley. But unlike you I don't say I "over pay usually"...when it's not true. I have seen your purchases and see that you do just fine my friend.  Grin





That wasn't the question Tongue

Hmmm...what would I let it go for....market it's probably worth somewhere around $10,000us at the most...but luckily for me...I don't need ten grand that badly. lol...seriously though Henry, I don't think i will ever sell it....my son? Well maybe he would some day... Smiley
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Current rides...
2012 BMW K1300R SE          2016 DR650
1980 Suzuki GS750E
1980 GS1000S (Wes Cooley)
Past Rides
1988 Suzuki GSXR 750 Slingshot
1984 GS1150EF
1983 Suzuki 750E
1982 Katana 550
1981 GS1100E
1983 GS1100E
I like Suzukis!!
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« Reply #22 on: February 12, 2018, 12:22:38 PM »



House prices are an other thing where I never thought I would have got 4 times the price that I paid for it 10 years ago.






It would be nice if that applied to wimmen!
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Past rides include a 1973 Suzuki GT380 & a 1975 Kawasaki Z1B

I currently ride a 1975 Kawasaki Z1B - Classic Plated
I also ride a 1980 Kawasaki KZ 1000 LTD - Classic Plated
I'm currently restoring a Z1B

My Sweetums rides a 1981 Kawasaki KZ550 LTD
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« Reply #23 on: February 12, 2018, 12:24:32 PM »

I agree the price is too high.  I have recently thought of purchasing a 77 or 78  as the prices are still low compared to the earlier 900s and they are basically the same bike.

He does say OBO but why insult him and offer him 4000 to 4500 which is what I believe it is worth and I have been one the normally over pays for my bikes.

How much did you pay for your 900 that you are asking $7500 for?  Evil Grin
How much did you pay for the cooley and would you let it go for that Grin

House prices are an other thing where I never thought I would have got 4 times the price that I paid for it 10 years ago.

Haha...I paid $1500us for my Cooley. But unlike you I don't say I "over pay usually"...when it's not true. I have seen your purchases and see that you do just fine my friend.  Grin





That wasn't the question Tongue

Hmmm...what would I let it go for....market it's probably worth somewhere around $10,000us at the most...but luckily for me...I don't need ten grand that badly. lol...seriously though Henry, I don't think i will ever sell it....my son? Well maybe he would some day... Smiley
I understand that with your Cooley being signed by Wes and all.
As for me if I don't use something very much then I will sell it and make some money because I  have an attention span of a gnat when it comes to things like bikes Grin
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« Reply #24 on: February 12, 2018, 12:30:19 PM »

I agree the price is too high.  I have recently thought of purchasing a 77 or 78  as the prices are still low compared to the earlier 900s and they are basically the same bike.

He does say OBO but why insult him and offer him 4000 to 4500 which is what I believe it is worth and I have been one the normally over pays for my bikes.

How much did you pay for your 900 that you are asking $7500 for?  Evil Grin
How much did you pay for the cooley and would you let it go for that Grin

House prices are an other thing where I never thought I would have got 4 times the price that I paid for it 10 years ago.

Haha...I paid $1500us for my Cooley. But unlike you I don't say I "over pay usually"...when it's not true. I have seen your purchases and see that you do just fine my friend.  Grin





That wasn't the question Tongue

Hmmm...what would I let it go for....market it's probably worth somewhere around $10,000us at the most...but luckily for me...I don't need ten grand that badly. lol...seriously though Henry, I don't think i will ever sell it....my son? Well maybe he would some day... Smiley
I understand that with your Cooley being signed by Wes and all.
As for me if I don't use something very much then I will sell it and make some money because I  have an attention span of a gnat when it comes to things like bikes Grin

Lol...I have noticed that. But I did sell my 81 1100e recently...for that very reason...not riding it.
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Current rides...
2012 BMW K1300R SE          2016 DR650
1980 Suzuki GS750E
1980 GS1000S (Wes Cooley)
Past Rides
1988 Suzuki GSXR 750 Slingshot
1984 GS1150EF
1983 Suzuki 750E
1982 Katana 550
1981 GS1100E
1983 GS1100E
I like Suzukis!!
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« Reply #25 on: February 12, 2018, 12:35:22 PM »

 I think you should bracket race it and have some fun before it goes..
 I really like that style of bike and wishbthrre was more of them.
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« Reply #26 on: February 12, 2018, 12:36:50 PM »

I agree the price is too high.  I have recently thought of purchasing a 77 or 78  as the prices are still low compared to the earlier 900s and they are basically the same bike.

He does say OBO but why insult him and offer him 4000 to 4500 which is what I believe it is worth and I have been one the normally over pays for my bikes.

How much did you pay for your 900 that you are asking $7500 for?  Evil Grin
How much did you pay for the cooley and would you let it go for that Grin

House prices are an other thing where I never thought I would have got 4 times the price that I paid for it 10 years ago.

Haha...I paid $1500us for my Cooley. But unlike you I don't say I "over pay usually"...when it's not true. I have seen your purchases and see that you do just fine my friend.  Grin





That wasn't the question Tongue

Hmmm...what would I let it go for....market it's probably worth somewhere around $10,000us at the most...but luckily for me...I don't need ten grand that badly. lol...seriously though Henry, I don't think i will ever sell it....my son? Well maybe he would some day... Smiley
I understand that with your Cooley being signed by Wes and all.
As for me if I don't use something very much then I will sell it and make some money because I  have an attention span of a gnat when it comes to things like bikes Grin

Lol...I have noticed that. But I did sell me 81 1100e recently...for that very reason...not riding it.
I think Beaver has the same problem as me Grin

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« Reply #27 on: February 13, 2018, 08:22:58 PM »

I like Henrys bike.   Hopefully some day I will become his son in law and I can get the bike for free.
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« Reply #28 on: February 13, 2018, 08:59:31 PM »

I like Henrys bike.   Hopefully some day I will become his son in law and I can get the bike for free.

Sorry John but my daughters boyfriend is in line first, he  loves that old bike more then the newer ones out there Grin
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« Reply #29 on: February 13, 2018, 09:12:35 PM »

I like Henrys bike.   Hopefully some day I will become his son in law and I can get the bike for free.

Sorry John but my daughters boyfriend is in line first, he  loves that old bike more then the newer ones out there Grin

Do you like him? Why not give it to him?  Grin
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Current rides...
2012 BMW K1300R SE          2016 DR650
1980 Suzuki GS750E
1980 GS1000S (Wes Cooley)
Past Rides
1988 Suzuki GSXR 750 Slingshot
1984 GS1150EF
1983 Suzuki 750E
1982 Katana 550
1981 GS1100E
1983 GS1100E
I like Suzukis!!
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