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This is a discussion on Duc VS BMW within the General forums, part of the Caferacer.net Forums category; BMW's are a great bike to cafe out. Here is mine and a link to lots of cafeboxers! I am not the greatest mechanic, but ...

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    Senior Member Pete Casper's Avatar
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    BMW's are a great bike to cafe out. Here is mine and a link to lots of cafeboxers! I am not the greatest mechanic, but I find airheads easy to work on if you just take your time, read, read, and read about whatever you want to do to the bike before you execute.

    http://www.rockerboxer.com/page/page/1415111.htm



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    I've never really been a bmw fan, but that is a nice lookin' bike.

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    There is an R100S solo seat model in black cherry fade at my local ducati dealership. It has about 2000 miles. I actually was considering it (espically since the dealer would talk about financing) until I found out they wanted $7000. It was one of dealer's personal bikes and a wonderful specimen but I bought my new ducati instead because I can actually use it without hurting the value too much. This same dealer also has a Krauser racing R100 that is stunning.

    Since march when this thread was first posted, I have noticed a slight bump up in the prices of older duc Supersports (espcially the 900). Some of the late 70's early 80's air heads have begun to appreciate a little more as well. /6 bikes are starting to move out of the bargain range. It has been an interesting year.

    I have an aversion to shaft drive bikes, which is probably why I haven't owned a BMW yet, but if the right R69S, /2 or /5 came along it would be hard to resist....


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