OR family, will need your help with sale. Please keep an eye out for some one looking to get into sport touring. FJR to be exact.
Bike belonged to Jerry, those who knew him and how he takes care of his bike will buy the bike eyes closed no second thought.
Jerry's wife is trying to clear the garage slowly. They don't ever plan to sell the gold wing, vstrom his daughter is going to adopt. The beautiful red Honda super hawk might be on the chopping block later on.
But for now sure the fjr will be for sale, I will post up a new thread with pics and all details later. Just wanted to give a heads up so folks can keep an eye out and help his family with a quick and fair sale.
From bike with 62 miles on it.
OEM front fork springs
headlight and brackets
speedo and cable
top triple clamp and risers
white gas tank
white front fender
stator coil and regulator
rear tail light. License bracket
Moose lowering links
footpeg mounts and pegs
$150 takes it all. Pickup only 44221
I bought this bike about a year ago from a guy who found it for sale in WV. His story was that the battery was dead, so they couldn't get an accurate mileage reading. Therefore, it is titled as odometer discrepancy. Currently shows 33k. Battery one year old, all fluids were changed (Engine Ice in radiator,) K&N air filter, new spark plugs, new EBC brake pads, and I had my favorite tech at Iron Pony look it over to ensure that it was a solid runner. He fixed a few little things but said it was in pretty good running shape. All this was done since I got it, so less than one year. I've only put about 1500 miles on it, and I think that's high because I think it has been sprocketed. Bridgestone sport touring tires still at least 50%. All plastic is straight and uncracked. No tears in seats. Some other surfaces show wear like it sat outside for a while, so it's not a beauty queen. Still, it looks pretty good. Adjustable levers, smoked double bubble shield. It came with a color-matched undertail and cheap flush mount signals. Front ones don't match each other. Wheels are plasti-dipped black.
Two track days on this were fun, but I have my eye on a 600 that will be for sale soon. I hope to get $2000 for this. If I can't get really close to that I'll have to keep it and not buy the 600. Delivery may be possible, but it won't be free. Sorry for the novel about it; I just want to be open about it. I can get more/better pictures upon request.