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If I were to sell my original bbq rack with the back rest that pushes forward for the driver and also back for the passenger, how much would it go for? The local dealer here said they are highly sought after and I'm in need of money to get my scoot in tip top shape due to hard times and expensive tow companies!
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i don't know about "highly sought after". People want them because they are quality .. but there's a million of them out there. Yeah, they aren't being made anymore ...but there's no shortage of them when you go looking.

Seems like 75-150 is the going rate for a complete one.
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I paid $40 for mine but it's missing the backrest.
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i own one because hands down it is the best and strongest rack available imo

i have carried much weight in mine

like a p200 motor to a swap meet
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I dig that old school SMA sticker.
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will this fit
..hmm so what are you askin for it ??

my 90? kinda desperate for some chrome rear/bbq scene, the other alt/ is a west marine waterproof battery box ( which i might paintred and use since it is water-proof) now that it`s the rainy season ( you cali boys don`t have this issue,,fall>rain>winter) ugghh oh to be back in SD,
,,so i think this will work with some flatbar metal pre-drill if it does`nt quite match up w/the single seat latch bolt/nut mount.
,,it this crap or will it work for the $$
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VLBJS1 wrote:
I dig that old school SMA sticker.
good eye jason


what do you know about sma
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Re: How much would a 1979 P125X BBQ Rack go for?
scoot'n'shoot wrote:
The local dealer here said they are highly sought after
Chelsea said that?

About $100 bucks. I mean they are highly sought after by some people but in the end it was still just a mass produced backrest and rack and as was mentioned, they made plenty of them.

Not enough to get a scoot in tip top shape I'm afraid.

Personally I'd keep it. You'll likely regret it and if you ride two up the backrest is a godsend for your passenger - keeps them off of you.
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