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Any interest for $12000?

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  1. joelthebiker

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    Thinking of selling my Ness Magnum with only 5000 miles. Any interest at $12000? IMG_20201108_120821852_HDR.jpg
     
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    I think you are going to be hard pressed to unload it for anything over 10k, if I'm being honest. But I really hope you can. That's a gorgeous bike. The trunk and ABS will add value, as will the forged bars, but only for the right buyer.
     
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    Whomever does buy it will need to replace those 5-6 year old tires.
     
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    I don’t know inside a garage with limited exposure may buy a little more time...
     
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    Ness Magnum or standard Magnum? Either way, all the best to you with the sale. As has been mentioned, the trunk is worth $1200 to $1400 alone. Has there been engine improvements made? The trunk, mirrors, windshield and passenger grab handles were added on and are also nice to have. Are the grips are aftermarket?
     
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    It's beautiful! I wish I could say I thought it would pull that number but I just don't think it will. Not unless you find a person that wants that exact bike. There are just too many Vic's out there going cheap for what they are.
     
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    It's a Ness.
     
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    No mate .... No
     
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    Yes change those old a$$ tires if ur riding it 200 miles from home everyday but sounds like he only rides it across town from time to time. Wow $12 asking for 2015 Ness magnum xct ish with only 5k miles?? That’s a great buy, I gave 10 grand for reg 15 xct with 14k miles on it. I still look @ cycle trader & ur asking is by far under others in MY area. Hold out don’t give it away, it’s US that sets market value so please help be the solution to falling prices. The scares way over, vics dead for almost 4 yrs now & is time for prices to rebound because they R fantastic value. I wish I could buy it, that’s a good 1!!!!!
     
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    Just Cheap I guess as a tire with 5k and stored inside... I know, the recommendation is 6 years on a tire, but.
     
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    Yea 5 yr old tires stored that way notta prob, look them over real well for cracks n such & wouldnt take off on a 3000 mile trip but around town @ his rate good for another 5 yrs
     
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    Personally my rule is 5 years on MC tires and a few more on vehicle tires. I had a set of tires for 8 years on my truck. Still had meat when I took them off but they were getting hard and making me nervous so I changed them. I went with M/T this time thinking maybe I'll run them out sooner. We'll see. Over two years with them now and I still haven't gone 10K miles on them. Bout 2K more to reach that and need a second rotation. I don't have that issue with MC tires.
     
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    The problem is wit MC tires the rubber is 3x softer then car tires, so the compound changes over time, also concrete floors change the composition of that tire , I read that if you store your bike on concrete then put 2 small piece of carpet under the tire

    Up to you guys but 5 years and there off the bike

    When I bought a CCT 2014 in 2017 it only had 3800 kilometers on the bike and tires, stored on a tiled showroom floor, went for the first trip, and of course rain, the front tire had no grip in the corners, rear broke loose all the time coming out ( i cannot remember what year was on the tires )

    Next day I hopped on a ferry to Singapore and got 3 new tires, what a difference

    I ain't gonna die coz of a few bucks

    Especially town riding, slippery asfalt, coble stones, gravel

    No need for all that
     
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    Hope you get it.
     
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    That bike is a bargain at that price. Stand your ground or go up in price then settle on $12k. No way in hell would I even consider selling it at that price but I sure would consider buying it for that.
     
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