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separate the component for sending.
I have evered to send a bike for the American.
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AAA nice single seat for manx norton classic,HARGON shock system(norton)
Carburator CR for use racing bike only,

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Nice bike and did you recently sell another similar one for something under 2500?

I thought it was very nice too and would love to own both of them.

Tell me about shipping bikes OUT of Thailand. I do quite a bike of business with people there and from what I have learned, even breaking a bike down, shipping the parts in two containers to two separate people, it's really difficult to get "bikes" or large lots of parts into Thailand. I'd really love to figure out how to make it painless to get a couple 20' sea containers of old "parts" into the country.

So what does it take to make it happen without getting raped or robbed by the guys who collect tea money? Have to send them whole barrels of Jack Daniels first?

What does it take to ship bikes out of the country? Any hassles there?

Thanks and good luck.
 

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Nice bike and did you recently sell another similar one for something under 2500?

I thought it was very nice too and would love to own both of them.

Tell me about shipping bikes OUT of Thailand. I do quite a bike of business with people there and from what I have learned, even breaking a bike down, shipping the parts in two containers to two separate people, it's really difficult to get "bikes" or large lots of parts into Thailand. I'd really love to figure out how to make it painless to get a couple 20' sea containers of old "parts" into the country.

So what does it take to make it happen without getting raped or robbed by the guys who collect tea money? Have to send them whole barrels of Jack Daniels first?

What does it take to ship bikes out of the country? Any hassles there?

Thanks and good luck.
 

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I have evered to sold a bike with The American person.
send by UPS but very Expensive.4 days recieve
and send by ship(sea), motor and frame send by sea about 650$usd but 30 days recieve,
safty all sea and air,but air safty more because UPS fast trantsport,

advise that , should not send a bike is one Crate,
separate the component ,for avoid the tax (custom of duty charge)
(sea)door to port it's OK ,many people has send by sea Frieght,save money
i send by Grand Trade And Link co.,ltd.(shipping company)

 

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I have evered to sold a bike with The American person.
send by UPS but very Expensive.4 days recieve
and send by ship(sea), motor and frame send by sea about 650$usd but 30 days recieve,
safty all sea and air,but air safty more because UPS fast trantsport,

advise that , should not send a bike is one Crate,
separate the component ,for avoid the tax (custom of duty charge)
(sea)door to port it's OK ,many people has send by sea Frieght,save money
i send by Grand Trade And Link co.,ltd.(shipping company)

 

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Thank you, very kind to share that information.

Good luck with the sale and I hope it brings you a good price.

I think if I owned it I wouldn't change much on it at all, just a few things.

Very tasteful lines and nice work.
 

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Thank you, very kind to share that information.

Good luck with the sale and I hope it brings you a good price.

I think if I owned it I wouldn't change much on it at all, just a few things.

Very tasteful lines and nice work.
 
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