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Discussion in 'Hacks' started by Dr Jim, Feb 18, 2009.
Probably driving it like DRONE
I don't think Claude builds these. I think Bill Cozzi in NJ builds Cozy/Triumph rigs - http://cozzisidebysidecycles.com/
Sorry, I was talking about 2 different ads.
These are the wheels folks have been posting about.
Like Drone said up ^ there the Kozi's are built in India.
^ sorry I was confused.
BTW, I thought Claude used Stroker's wheels. Those pictured do not look like the excellent Stroker wheels.
The ad says they were removed from a 'freedom sidecars' rig.
I think most sidecar people are a little confused
2003 Yamaha 650 with sidecar - $4000 (Tavares,Fl)
1979 Ironhead 1000 sporster with Velorex sidecar - $6000 (PSL)
Indian Spirit With Sidecar - $13850 (South Beach)
Indian Spirit Sidecar - $12800 (South Beach)
Indian Motorcycle Chief with Sidecar - $24850 (South Beach
The totaled F800 rig is back on the Seattle CL
BMW F800GS with Sidecar 2014
What do you think about the pricing. I like it.
BMW R100RS with Ural sidecar---------possible trade - $10950 (Bend OR) hide this posting
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1983 BMW R100
engine displacement (CC): 1000
paint color: black
title status: clean
Exceptionally well assembled hack with all the right stuff. Leading link front suspension with Koni shocks. Appropriate bike sub frame. Heavy duty rear air shocks. New rear Block K with extra new Block K included as well as a set of BMW hard bags in as new condition and a few other extras. This is the best tracking and easiest Hack to ride I've ever driven. I'm not able to tolerate the weight of a helmet anymore so my riding days are over. I am looking for a sports car. Trade up or down possible. NO TEXT MESSAGES!
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if it was 8500 I would jump on it..
Make him an offer, who knows. Absolutely no affiliation with the seller.
I think it looks like potentially a decent price. It looks like it may be a "Unit LL" which is not my favorite, but still worth 2K......The Ural looks very nice and nicely painted (from pictures).....2K......If subframe is decent that's $750- ............Installing all that stuff would cost 1500 .......That leaves 4500 for the bike ....and someone else went through all the time and headaches......Assuming it has been well done and the quality is good I think a person could do a lot worse!
Need a trailer for your rig? Blatant self promotion.....
I've been posting that for months he apparently doesn't get it or no ones made him an offer. The Unit front end is OK but they are not more modern forks with floating brake calipers and 14-15" wheels .
The r100rt with a well attached Ural and Unit forks reasonably low mileage was at 7500 and sold that's where this one needs to be.
Talk about unrealistic pricing. Salvage title F800GS with a plain jane DMC car and he's asking $15K! Also, he says the bike got the salvage title from "a few scratches." Not in Washington it didn't. The cost to repair the bike needs to exceed the blue book value of the bike for the bike to get totaled. After it's totaled it gets the salvage title. The only way to get a salvage title in Washington WITHOUT extensive damage if it's stolen, the claim paid, then later the bike is recovered. In this case, since the bike theft has already been paid for, the insurance company sells the recovered bike as salvage and the bike gets a salvage title. The damage to the sidecar is a separate claim handled under the "Accessories" coverage.
not even sure what a decent price would be on it...9-10K?
curious what you think the Goose Expo rig is worth over in spokane?
part of me really likes it but the price seems a little steep.
2010 Stelvio ABS I think should be worth at least $6000-$7000. An Expedition with subframe has a base price of $8500 before you start adding options. Not sure what options that one in Spokane had on it, but he had a nice set of metal panniers, an aftermarket seat, and the bike itself has a tall suspension that can be easily modified, shaft drive, reliable motor, decent power, and a car pusher. I don't remember what he was asking, but anybody can do the math. The only thing I don't like is that the 1st Gen Stelvios had a pretty small fuel tank.
Sidecars are worth only what a buyers willing to pay and it doesn't seem to make any sense, once a buyer thinks one is exactly what he wants he'll pay more than he should. I'm currently a great example of that, the red K bike is fun, handles well is great in the twisties but its a 22 y/o bike and as much as a commie like myself hates to admit it the market works the new stuffs nicer
Exactly, my Stelvio shows it's low fuel light at 150 miles. And that is a 2 wheeler.