I don't want to dirty up my Malossi build thread with this, so I started this on the side. I've had my bike up for sale for about 3 weeks now, with not many nibbles. People I know thought the $3500 price was fair, I've abandoned that in favor of $3200, due to lack of nibbles. So what gives? Is the price out of line? Is it time of year? Or is it simply that a tuned bike has a limited audience of people willing to entertain it? I see solid original bikes listing for more than mine in the SoCal area Craigslists, so it doesn't seem crazy on pricing. To buy a P in this cosmetic condition and add all of the go-fast parts I've got on there would take something like $4k or more. Of course I know you won't get it all back, but it seems funny to be competing in the price range of stock bikes and not getting nibbles. I've got 42+ pages of documentation showing the work that went into it, and it's really sorted now...
Bike is currently on Craigslist, Vintage Scooter Classifieds (FB), MV, and a local San Diego FB page.
Honest feedback is sought, try not to get too flame-y
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