selling a SV 650
afm199 at earthlink.net
Mon Feb 23 08:08:21 PST 2009
I suspect that with track damage and mileage, You will be very very
lucky to get $2500.
BTW I sold my ford Focus... I listed it at $5700 and no one bought it.
So I kept raising the price till it sold at $6800. LOL
SVs are selling pretty cheap now.
On Feb 23, 2009, at 8:05 AM, Poetzsch,Robert E. wrote:
> I sold my '99 SV650 SuperSport bike with Penske Rear Shock, Race-Tech
> Emulators with .90 springs, Scott Steering Damper, F3 rear wheel
> conversion with extra wheels/sprockets, 520 chain conversion, BMC race
> air filter with carbs re-jetted, M4 Exhaust, Woodcraft clip-ons &
> rear-sets with 4 used take-off tires and 3 new DOT tires spare SV front
> wheel, 2 sets of spare front brake rotors and Pit-Bull rear stand for
> $3,000.00 last May.
> $2500 still seems like a fair asking price. You can always drop the
> price if there isn't any activity, but not raise it, once you list it
> for sale...
> Bob Poetzsch
> LRRS/NE CCS Expert# 14
> AHRMA# 110/USGPRU# 141
> Email: poetzsch at uchc.edu
> -----Original Message-----
> From: sv650-bounces at micapeak.com [mailto:sv650-bounces at micapeak.com] On
> Behalf Of John Anderson
> Sent: Monday, February 23, 2009 8:05 AM
> To: sv650 at micapeak.com
> Subject: re: selling a SV 650
> hello all,
> i know there are better lists/forums to ask this question, but since my
> 2000 SV has been mainly used for track days and has some track day
> damage, I was wondering what members of this forum have been able to
> sell their used SVs for.
> basically, can a track day/street bike in good condition get $2500, or
> is $2000 more reasonable in today's economic climate?
> bike is basically stock w/rearsets and clipons, front fork work but
> stock rear shock plus a little front fairing. It still has the
> headlight/taillight and signals on it.
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