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more urq pricing
>Problem with Jeff's logic is that the money required to put a used urq
>into shape like these is enough to make you cry. $20k later you'll
>definitely have a car that has "appreciated" to $16k.
don't i know it. $5700 at the time of mc conversion.
$1800 after for new brakes (2 piston) and new suspension.
new bomb going in this week. paid $6000 for the car
and put $1900 into it last year, before the mc. it
could mae me cry. it's been fun though, and i got to
own one of these monsters. i wish i had a big garage,
land with a barn, SOME WAY to keep this car as well
as my new (also green :) a4 avant. in the end, i cannot
expect more than $12k for this car. go ahead and laugh,
it cannot hurt to try and get that much. even 2bennett
gave me that figure as its value. and i have time to
sit on it before i sell it. worse case scenario i can
leave it at my parents' house and entertain buyers there,
out in the burbs, no one's going to ding it.
two strokes are faster than four!
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'83 ur-q - yamaha rz350 - suzuki ts250 - chaotic good