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The bike was bought fully assembled from RC Components out of Kentucky, with their parts, in 2004.

Custom paint by Clay, with House of Colors paints: cobalt candy blue w/ orange flamework on the tank and rear fender.

100 cubic inch Rev Tech engine, and 5-speed Rev Tech transmission.

250mm rear tire. Mirrors. Directionals. No guages, but is street-legal.

Bike has a rigid frame; measures about 9 feet in length, and is loud as *#@!

It's been ridden less than 500 miles, has been well-cared for and stored in a shed, protected from the elements.
 

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MAKE ME AN OFFER

The bike was bought fully assembled from RC Components out of Kentucky, with their parts, in 2004.

Custom paint by Clay, with House of Colors paints: cobalt candy blue w/ orange flamework on the tank and rear fender.

100 cubic inch Rev Tech engine, and 5-speed Rev Tech transmission.

250mm rear tire. Mirrors. Directionals. No guages, but is street-legal.

Bike has a rigid frame; measures about 9 feet in length, and is loud as *#@!

It's been ridden less than 500 miles, has been well-cared for and stored in a shed, protected from the elements.
Why did you spend about 30 to 40 grand on a bike and only ride it 500 miles in 4 years? Why is this always the case with these custom choppers?
 

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Why did you spend about 30 to 40 grand on a bike and only ride it 500 miles in 4 years? Why is this always the case with these custom choppers?
Because they're so practical to ride!
 

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Few more years once the fad completely dies, you wont be able to give these things away. Good luck, Custom Choppers are now the SUV (in terms of demand, GM is offering $7k under msrp and $1k in free gas) of the motorcycle world.
 

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Few more years once the fad completely dies, you wont be able to give these things away. Good luck, Custom Choppers are now the SUV (in terms of demand, GM is offering $7k under msrp and $1k in free gas) of the motorcycle world.
Custom choppers are all over CraigsList. They are still asking in the range of 30-35k, but they don't seem to be selling. Several have been up for months.

Ebay has a bunch, also. But I am actually seeing some with a "Buy Now" in the 17-20k range.

While others still think 80 grand is a fair price...

You can always blow 300k on one of these gems ;) :
eBay Motors: Custom Built Motorcycles : Chopper (item 270258707478 end time Aug-13-08 13:43:09 PDT)
 

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ooooo....

Owned by guy with girl's name!
..speaking of low blows how's your mother....

This'll never sell, 12'rs right. Course if you're in the market for a new Escalade or Navigator now's the time....a lot more usefull than a shop built chopper anyway.
 

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..speaking of low blows how's your mother....

This'll never sell, 12'rs right. Course if you're in the market for a new Escalade or Navigator now's the time....a lot more usefull than a shop built chopper anyway.
You wanna talk about mothers?

Yo mamma is so fat, I once poked her in the leg and she leaked gravy!
 

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Hmmm...assumptions abound.

I'm not a guy with a girl's name - I am a girl. Well, woman actually.

Also I wasn't stupid enough to buy this thing, my ex-husband was, and this is the crap end of the stick I got left with in the divorce.

I hate this bike. I'd take less than 10 grand to get it off my hnands.

So, thanks for the 'encouraging' input.
 

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Sorry to hear about the divorce, and don't worry about the clods in here. They are rough but harmless.

Good luck selling that thing, though. It's a terrible market for bikes like that now.
 

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Hmmm...assumptions abound.

I'm not a guy with a girl's name - I am a girl. Well, woman actually.

Also I wasn't stupid enough to buy this thing, my ex-husband was, and this is the crap end of the stick I got left with in the divorce.

I hate this bike. I'd take less than 10 grand to get it off my hnands.

So, thanks for the 'encouraging' input.
The "girl's name" was not aimed at you, but at the link I posted for the $300,000 bike.

How did you get stuck with it? And if you are actually willing to take less than 10 grand you will probably gather some interest on Ebay.
 

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"...and this is the crap end of the stick I got left with in the divorce."

I bet you got "stuck" with way more crap than he did. I bet he didn't even get a stick, much less the crap. Funny that you are selling HIS bike and crying about it. What is he selling of yours?
 

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yessss.....

"...and this is the crap end of the stick I got left with in the divorce."

I bet you got "stuck" with way more crap than he did. I bet he didn't even get a stick, much less the crap. Funny that you are selling HIS bike and crying about it. What is he selling of yours?
...An interesting point that I of course was too polite to mention......
 

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...An interesting point that I of course was too polite to mention......
LIAR!

I bet you broke at least four or five keys and a mouse in the effort of "holding back"............
 

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More guys with really bad judgement at picking women who turn around and blame their problems on the women they shouldn't have picked in the first place. There's a moral here somewhere.
 

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"...and this is the crap end of the stick I got left with in the divorce."

I bet you got "stuck" with way more crap than he did. I bet he didn't even get a stick, much less the crap. Funny that you are selling HIS bike and crying about it. What is he selling of yours?
Yet another assumption...He actually got the house with no mortgage left on it, valued at about 300 grand. Not to mention all the furniture...I don't even have a damn dish to my name. But I got a worthless piece of crap chopper. Whoop-di-doo.
 

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Yet another assumption...He actually got the house with no mortgage left on it, valued at about 300 grand. Not to mention all the furniture...I don't even have a damn dish to my name. But I got a worthless piece of crap chopper. Whoop-di-doo.
well it seems you got the short end of it this time, usually it's the other way around. I've been there myself twice though the last time was pretty painless. You'll get through it.
 
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