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    Default Good Deal - 2006 M109 for sale

    Found this deal on craigslist in my local area. Seems like a pretty good deal for someone.

    https://spacecoast.craigslist.org/mc...943365197.html

    Seller's description:

    2006 Suzuki Boulevard M109R
    1783cc, 24,000 miles
    $4,500
    Well maintained, very nice condition
    New rear tire, custom mirrors, Kuryakyn grips,
    Windshield, 1" handle bar spacer (brings grips closer)
    A few minor cosmetic flaws, nothing major
    I have reconfigured the tail light/license plate set-up
    Included are: Rear seat cowl, original mirrors, new brake pads, extra (new) bags

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    That price is right on mark for that bike.

    I sold the exact same bike 2 years ago......Silver, Stock, 2006 with similar mileage (minus the bags and windsheild) and it sold for $4500.

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    Hey I live on the Space Coast! Hit me up if you buy it. Always down to ride with other bully friends.

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    That's why I'll never sell mine. Paid $10,499 for it. Have a whole bunch of money in after market goodies. Then sell it for $4500. Fock no!
    SILVER 2006 M109R.
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    His bike is pretty much all stock, and the Book Value of a 2006 model is somewhere in the neighborhood of $4500. That’s a very reasonable and fair price for what he has for sale.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cbxer55 View Post
    That's why I'll never sell mine. Paid $10,499 for it. Have a whole bunch of money in after market goodies. Then sell it for $4500. Fock no!
    I feel you. I parted out 3k in mods and then sold it. I ended up getting what I wanted in total.
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