It's got a bid now; with no reserve, it's as good as gone. Turns out the primary cases are worth $250 as is the gas tank. The rest is free.
yes it does but you only have one bid 35 watchersGee, Ya think???
Everyone uses sniper software.
To a matchless guy, it was a frame and side panels - I don't remember what the forks and wheels were.I'm shocked that it sold for $500.
All that plus the market seems to be soft right now on bikes and cars overall.To a matchless guy, it was a frame and side panels - I don't remember what the forks and wheels were.
To a Triumph guy it was a set of empty cases and gearbox. I'm not trying to be rude but to me it was a set of big bearing cases to put a nine or ten stud top end on and to others it might be the basis of a TR6.
To a collector it wasn't anything collectible.
I realize that we all have our dreams and image of what classic bike looks like, but I suspect that the pool of people looking for this particular set of parts might be small. It's not an easy combo to sell.
Plus it's a hard time of year to be selling.
Great, now you got me cravin Red Lobster. Thanks.The bottom end, transmission, gas tank, meters, and tail light were worth twice what it sold for.
I made $67 after sitting on some of those parts since 2005. We're going to Red Lobster for free lunch with drinks!
(reading the second sentence above gave me a good belly laugh)
HA! This is the bottom of the barrel. I passed along MUCH better stuff, for just as good of deals.I hope whoever gets it appreciates you passing it along.