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Canadian one is up to $26,600 now. Restored but not all original.

I'm asking $16,000 for mine and haven't had any serious interest. What am I missing. Maybe I'll have to ebay it.
 

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This 73 went for 27,000+ ...where is yours listed. Seems someone is bidding up early GTs that have been restored.... The one in you messages does not have original rims...

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here's the one that just sold. http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/e...STRK:MEWAX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1423.l2648#v4-38

mine is listed on here and other sites. Before I go to ebay I'll put more parts on it and
go for the really big bucks. As it is now I've up the price to $20k. Given the cost to do what these
other two bikes did (about $2500) I'm sure it's now worth $20k.

mine has original rims, Borani wheels, the one that just sold went for $29,750.
It was not a concours restoration either. It was a riders restoration as the seller called it.
Mines going up now too.
 

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Nice Bike RM, why would you want sell it?
Getting a Multi 1200. The GT mostly sits in the shop since we ride the ST for trips and what not. I mostly ride with the wife as pillion and gear. It is fun to ride occasionally but mostly it sits and I've a mind that's not good for any machine nor human. ;)
 

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hear the Conti!!

 
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