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FYI for those looking for parts,

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One auction ends the 11th another the 18th

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1999 BMW K1200LT
StockNumber: CT06-698
Location: Stillwater
Bidding Ends: 7/11 At Noon Description: 1999 BMW K1200LT. This bike went down on one side and rolled onto the other damaging the handlebars, left grip, clutch lever, both mirrors are gone, windshield, left side fairing, left front signal, both engine guards, left lower cowling, both saddlebags, backrest, both highway pegs, left foot peg, shifter and missing is the windshield trim on the bottom. The tires have about half their tread, it has 22,969 miles. The engine started and ran just fine. This bike has a junk title and is good for parts only. Bids taken until 7-11-2006.

High Bid: 900.00


2000 BMW K1200LT
StockNumber: CT06-470
Location: Stillwater
Bidding Ends: 7/18 At Noon

Description: 2000 BMW K1200LT. This bike has damage to the driveshaft housing, driveshaft, swing arm, rear rim, hitch, both saddlebags are scraped, antenna, right passenger footrest, speaker, rear trunk lid, rear brake lever, right side cowling, bottom cowling, right front side cowling and brackets, right front signal, right mirror, front brake lever and line, windshield and bracket, gauge panel plastic, handlebar plastic cover, front fender, front fairing and brackets, the left mirror is gone and the handlebars are may be bent. The tires have about a quarter left, it has 37,801 miles and reverse. The engine still runs okay and the bike is in tough shape with a salvage title. Bids taken until 7-18-2006.

High Bid: 300.00
 

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Too bad I have not moved yet. I could take on a project like that, making one bike out of two and some additional parts. Sure would be cheap enough at those prices.
 

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dshealey said:
Too bad I have not moved yet. I could take on a project like that, making one bike out of two and some additional parts. Sure would be cheap enough at those prices.

When I was looking for a parts bike to help me replace my motor, I looked at several LTs at Crashed Toys. The problem was, they never went cheap. Totals would regularly go for $4,500 and up. Add to that the auction fee and shipping, I was looking at five grand for a motor. Now, if I were in the market for a fixer upper, then it would be different I guess.


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