Don’t ride it much at all. Got the H2 , Concours, TZ250 , BKing and a 69 Bonneville.Do you ride the bike much?
If not, I say sell it and get something that presses your buttons currently, the way the busa did in 1999.
ya only live once and 1999 was a long time ago
good advice...In a year $10g's won't be worth shit and the odds of finding another clean example will be harder to come by every day. You know your bike is mint, what's the chance you'll find another if you get the itch again?
I'm not saying you should or shouldn't sell, I'm valuing a fully depreciated asset with high market value/demand (It already appears to be an appreciating asset) vs cash for sake of having cash. If you're rolling the dough from the Copper into another asset, go for it. If you just want another five figures in the bank I'd wait as it'll probably go for more sooner than later. $10k is good money, $12k is better. I'd rather buy a $500 shed to park it in if the garage space is more valuable vs selling for the sake of a few SqFt.
If you're over it and can't see yourself riding it much if ever, then take the money and run!
You currently own a mint 1999 second best colour Rhino and they are becoming every so slightly harder to find every day in such a condition.No trades
...I advise him to do what he wants, not what you want...
...personally I would be glad to give him that money, and add the bike to my collection, if I had any money, or a bike collection...
Me too! Me too!Rather than start my own thread, I'll just top this relevant one and ask for forgiveness.
I apparently have access to a mint pair of stock '99 mufflers that the owner would like to sell. My understanding is they were replaced with slip-ons when the bike was new. They were wrapped in something soft and protective, and still are like new.
What are they worth, and who wants them?
You're sitting on a like-new pair of stock mufflers too?Me too! Me too!