CRF100 how much

I have a 05 CRF100 that I got for my wife and daughter to learn how to ride on. The bike is super clean. I'm going to sell it in a local paper and I'm wondering how much I should list it for. A friend said list it for $1,600 because it's real clean, and a new one is over $2,500. Do you guy think I have a chance on getting that for it?

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There are two XR100's for sale on eBay.

A 2002 at $810 and a 2001 up to $1500.

I can't see any difference in condition. A pipe is not worth $700.

Go figure. :applause:

You can always start at $1600 and see how long it takes to sell it.

A really clean, stock, non-abused bike should go for a higher price.

The 2002 went for a "steal it" price of $960 with about 10 seconds to go.

i got my 2006 crf100 for 2300

I picked up my son's new '06 crf100 today--$2158 out the door.

im selling one also, 2005, but it has TJ woody wood pecker graphics, red grips and pro circuit T4 pipe, and i am putting it up for 1800

you are in cali....xr/crf 100's are like gold It was hell trying to find an 01-up for my wife, I lucked on one I called the minuted it went up on craigslist! you should get 15-1600 for an 05 with no difficulty...put it up on craigslist and I bet you sell it within 2 days

Try 1600 obo, see what happens. People are always looking to avoid taxes etc...

Try 1600 obo, see what happens. People are always looking to avoid taxes etc...

Welcome to the Hotel California.

When you register the bike, you still pay sales tax.

Every time I look at that bike, it keeps getting better looking.

Start at $1600. I bet you sell it to the first person with the money.

Welcome to the Hotel California.

When you register the bike, you still pay sales tax.

Every time I look at that bike, it keeps getting better looking.

Start at $1600. I bet you sell it to the first person with the money.

Not everyone registers their bikes. Also, when you register the bike you dont pay set up, freight, delivery etc... FEES! You know how dealers are.

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