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Postby jon'n'yvon » 12 Mar 2010, 09:05

http://www.bawtryauctions.co.uk/motorcy ... logue.html <link

Bawtry Motorcycle Auctions are now on the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of every month..the sale catalogue is always tiny compared to the bikes for sale.
I'm going next Tuesday looking for a cheap road going 600 sportsbike for a bit of a giggle at the weekends and maybe to show the lard arse gang how to do it properly on the odd track day :twisted: :whistle:

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Postby BigGray » 12 Mar 2010, 14:51

last time i went there jon the prices were fecking mental ....300 above book :thumbdown: :thumbdown:
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Postby joe_crow » 12 Mar 2010, 15:16

Yes I'm afraid I must agree with Gray, I went a couple of times last year looking for a bike for road/track and most of the stuff was poorly repaired crashed bikes and seemed to be going for top dollar
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Postby s35will » 12 Mar 2010, 15:19

Hmm :think: Might have to take my bike down there then when it comes to sell. Its not crashed or damaged so should do quite well :cheesy:
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Postby BigGray » 12 Mar 2010, 15:23

i was looking at a low speed damaged cbr6 .....mint it was worth £1600 tops ....loads of gravel rash down one side and indicators and handlebars gone ....I'm thinking £800 tops .....drop of hammer went at £1375 :shock: :shock: :shock: :shock:
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Re: Bawtry Motorcycle Auctions

Postby bettinson2005 » 12 Mar 2010, 16:08

jon'n'yvon wrote:http://www.bawtryauctions.co.uk/motorcycle-stock-catalogue.html <link

Bawtry Motorcycle Auctions are now on the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of every month..the sale catalogue is always tiny compared to the bikes for sale.
I'm going next Tuesday looking for a cheap road going 600 sportsbike for a bit of a giggle at the weekends and maybe to show the lard arse gang how to do it properly on the odd track day :twisted: :whistle:

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why not try manhiem at mansfield :thumbup: once a month and there is normaly a load of bikes. mate bought a mint 400 bandit for £375 then sold it 2 months later in admags £1350. another mata bought a old zzr1100 £430 sold it a year later £1000 so got to be worth a try :cheesy: there number is 0870 252410 sometimes ive been and theres been over 200 bikes go threw
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Postby BimotaNick » 12 Mar 2010, 16:27

Motor auctions are good.
Who'd want to miss out on the chance to buy a clocked sh*tter with a bent frame and no service history for 200 quid more than it's worth.
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Re: Bawtry Motorcycle Auctions

Postby beemer » 12 Mar 2010, 18:32

jon'n'yvon wrote:http://www.bawtryauctions.co.uk/motorcycle-stock-catalogue.html <link

Bawtry Motorcycle Auctions are now on the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of every month..the sale catalogue is always tiny compared to the bikes for sale.
I'm going next Tuesday looking for a cheap road going 600 sportsbike for a bit of a giggle at the weekends and maybe to show the lard arse gang how to do it properly on the odd track day :twisted: :whistle:

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I've got a CG125 for you for a giggle (me giggling that is) :lol:
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Postby muzzy » 12 Mar 2010, 20:17

the best bike auction in the uk is bca at peterborough i go to them all in uk most bikes at bca are from blackhorse finance reepos with no damage
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Postby muzzy » 12 Mar 2010, 20:26

damaged bikes make good money at auction because the kind of people that buy them can repair them for free think about it.
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