Re: Selling my LT to a guy in Canada?
I agree about cash in hand before shipping bike. I sent a lot of cars to Canada when I was a car salesman. There are 2 things to arrange. Have a dealer print a recall history (usually no charge) on your vin and print it to send with the bike. He will need that to register in Canada. #2 To clear US customs going out, you will need a Customs form completed and copies of docs it requires. I don't recall the name or number of the form. You can call a local major dealer and see if you can get a form from them or do a google for the form.
BSA 650 about 1969 Used, Denver, CO
Harley 350 (yes they made a 350) New, about 1971 Denver, CO
BMWs owned in sucession since 1975
R65 Used, Denver, CO
R90RT New, Denver, CO
R100R New Spokane, WA
K1100LT New Spokane, WA
2000 K1200LT Used, in 2001 then another
2000 K1200LTC Used, Canyon Red Metallic in 2003 then another
2000 K1200 LT Icon Used, Canyon Red Metallic in 2011 and still rolling.