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Unread 04-01-2012, 05:20 PM
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Gee, I wonder why this hasn't sold!

$1200 for a used barrel? ..... and the ad says would suit replating!

http://cgi.ebay.com.au/ws/eBayISAPI....:B:WNA:AU:1123

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A dreamer...like the guy in Canada trying for weeks to see a 350F/G used cylinder on ebay for C$680 (buy it now) or starting bid at C$500...
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You see the rest of his stuff on ebay and the prices - he's in la la land
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You see the rest of his stuff on ebay and the prices - he's in la la land
dont know where it is coming from , all these
crazy prices, guy in the U.S. asking $55,000.00 for a tz 500H I like the 500,s
better than the 750,s but no way would I consider paying 55k for one .
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I don't even bother to look it up these days, its been hijacked by the so called dealers, and whats left of the private sellers are suffering from delusions of grandeur.
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I don't even bother to look it up these days, its been hijacked by the so called dealers, and whats left of the private sellers are suffering from delusions of grandeur.
Hinto
agreed Rob.
any news re: cranks are they ordered ?
Thanks . John.
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...... and on the same topic ......

$20,000 for a 350?

http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/230827880... 4.m1438.l2649

I think I might ask $10,000 for my unrestored 350C with matching numbers then!

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...... and on the same topic ......

$20,000 for a 350?

http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/230827880... 4.m1438.l2649

I think I might ask $10,000 for my unrestored 350C with matching numbers then!

Greg
I was asking $10,000 for our F/G model which has had a ground up rebuild and has around $1,200.00 worth of good new and used spares. and only got a few nibbles Greg, so I dont like your chances .
but who knows . they say there is a sucker born every day.
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409-100118 is the 18th C model built, not B model. Should be 750cc.

Kerry's 750B is 000XXX (and is a 700cc, being one of the last 700's built) and my 750 C is 100XXX in the numbering.....Many people not close to these assume all the twinshock bikes are 700's.

No numbers on the cases probably means they have been replaced. if it was C model , then it's unlikely to have been assigned to a factory rider.

Rivet counting also shows not an original swing arm or pipes. Replacement fairing to which the owner has not even bothered to cut the vertical air vents in at the sides.

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