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Discussion in 'Airheads' started by Lounge, Jan 20, 2017.
Go get it, runner for under 2K, it's a good deal.
I don't know the price is reasonable or not, but sure don't see very many of these. One owner!
1967 BMW R60/2 - $12000 (Camdenton)
88 R100RT - $2400
Interesting technique https://seattle.craigslist.org/see/mcy/d/seattle-wtb-r-1976-bmw/6892701825.html
That's a great buy
76 R75/6 - $2450
It has potential. I'd look it over real careful and have to have a pretty good test ride though. Repainted tank (flat black=primer?) and it has different side covers off a 1000cc bike. Makes me wonder what else is different and why.
BMW 1985 R80 - $3600 (Wesley Chapel)
8,200 miles. It's barely broken in.
I don't think the pics do this bike justice. It looks like a time capsule to me. No mention of mileage but seller offering "...full history of bike's maintenance."
BMW R100 RS For Sale by Owner - $4300 (Hampton, New Hampshire)
Glad I’m not close as those are the ones that I get addicted to buying
1963 R27 - $16,500
1984 BMW R65 - $4,500
Some one is out of their mind
Admittedly, I've never really followed the singles market but it seems like sixteen five might be a little closer to R69S money than R27 money. Is this where the markets heading anywhere besides bringatrailer?
Not shy on the price here.
What am I missing here - 32mm carbs on a R60/6.......and what's the rest of the story?
Every trendy styling cue in the custom motorcycle scene in one bike.
IMHO this should be in the other thread:
Definitely priced based on the money spent on the "customization" vs. what the bike's actually worth. Like selling a house - the large sum of money you spent on the pricey interior designer to come and customize the look of your home to what you think is cool doesn't necessarily equate to that much more in price to the buyer - in fact may have the opposite effect....