New un cut rear mudguard for sale at Z power

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New un cut rear mudguard for sale at Z power

Post by Binetta Steve » Thu Jan 25, 2018 9:39 pm

See link, often there are folk on here looking for an uncut muddy

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/KAWASAKI-KR25 ... SwXtNaaKw0

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Re: New un cut rear mudguard for sale at Z power

Post by Garry » Fri Jan 26, 2018 6:48 am

Yes will be interesting to see how much it makes Steve

Can't believe there is a pair of front indicators already at £141.00 :lol:
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Re: New un cut rear mudguard for sale at Z power

Post by Binetta Steve » Tue Jan 30, 2018 7:14 pm

£93 with 21 hrs to go Garry!

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Re: New un cut rear mudguard for sale at Z power

Post by SP_BOTT » Wed Jan 31, 2018 12:57 pm

Wow this is starting to get into LC territory, broke the £100 barrier already. :shock:

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Re: New un cut rear mudguard for sale at Z power

Post by Binetta Steve » Wed Jan 31, 2018 5:51 pm

Sold for £103!
Spare parts prices have the potential to ruin classic ownership, since people will shy away from rebuilds since the individual part price will exceed the ultimate realisation value.
Were all doomed as they used to say on Dads army

Ps have people seen the green un crated KR1S on Facebook shown by Javier a texan Kawasaki dealer. Zero miles !

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Re: New un cut rear mudguard for sale at Z power

Post by podman » Wed Jan 31, 2018 7:27 pm

Too late, once a vehicle has achieved a classic status, the bottle cant be corked again...I kinda blame eBay as previously, (almost) everything was sold with a price tag but ultimately, its supply and demand and the buyers have set the price.

I think people will always restore these bikes but more than ever, it makes sense to buy a project with all the key bits present and intact....nowadays, its cheaper to buy one already done and ready to ride, the asking price is initially higher as we know well enough but its still the cheapest way to end up with the finished item...I saved £3000 purchasing my RD500 from a seller my friend bought his from but mine was missing a couple of key bits and had an engine problem...Ive spent around £3000 sorting it out and getting these missing parts! Only "bonus" is I did that over 2 years and simply didnt have an extra £3000 laying about at the time.

KR parts are still relatively inexpensive Vs RD parts thou.

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