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This is a discussion on 1982 Kawasaki CZ305 within the Bikes For Sale forums, part of the Classifieds category; Originally Posted by jaguar After all this the PO couldn't put a freaking price on it? not that it matters, bike has zero monetary value ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jaguar View Post
    After all this the PO couldn't put a freaking price on it?

    not that it matters, bike has zero monetary value here.
    just the latest thing to make fun of.
    Why would YOU even care what the price is. You have no interest you're just here running your mouth . Go be someone elses problem. YOU have know monetary value here.

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    Seller did do a very nice restoration, though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JGregory View Post
    Its amazing you can tell the quality of the shocks you must be familiar with them ....I would love to hear the expertise on what they are. You must know since they're "shitty" and all lol
    Are they something other than the cheap-o items from eBay? Instead of getting defensive and trying to be insulting you could supply some actual information and prove people wrong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JGregory View Post
    Why would YOU even care what the price is. You have no interest you're just here running your mouth . Go be someone elses problem. YOU have know monetary value here.
    Well I guess it is fitting to try and sell bad bike with a poor listing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luckypabst View Post
    Seller did do a very nice restoration, though.
    Not to nitpick but the bike shown was not restored. That says nothing about the quality of the rebuild, it's just not a restoration.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DesmoDog View Post
    Not to nitpick but the bike shown was not restored. That says nothing about the quality of the rebuild, it's just not a restoration.
    #subtlesarcasm

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    Quote Originally Posted by JGregory View Post
    Completely Restored .
    I'm looking to sell at a fair price
    Gotta be honest, you are really bringing it on yourself by not at least putting an ask out there. You are talking about a bike where in it's nicest stock condition is probably a $1500 motorcycle at best. I get it that customs are hard to value but if you really wanted the buyers to value the bike for you then put it up on an ebay auction in spring.

    I think Jag is right though, I see too many suspect things (hello, your forks being pushed all the way up?) to ever think this bike would get a good offer here. not saying you shouldn't try but people here are going to point out the flaws, esp since a for sale post is your first post.

    Honestly, the whole time I am looking at this I keep thinking - nice wheels and headlight, too bad it is a useless 305.
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