Just purchased the last NEW XR 400 in US.

I was lucky enough to happen upon what's believed to be the last NEW....yes, new unserviced XR400 in the US. It's an 04 from Honda of Tupelo in Tupelo, MS. I'll throw a pic up soon.

Lucky bugger!

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I was lucky enough to happen upon what's believed to be the last NEW....yes, new unserviced XR400 in the US. It's an 04 from Honda of Tupelo in Tupelo, MS. I'll throw a pic up soon.

Here's my NOS 2002 XR400 I bought last month. Other than an hour or two, she's Brand Spanking New!

I've now got her plated and uncorked, skidplate, Renthals, etc, etc.

Cheers,

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What are you guys paying for these NOS XRs?

What are you guys paying for these NOS XRs?

I payed a smidge over 3 grand. Heck, if Honda still sold them here I"d be paying the 5299.00 they went for while in the showroom.

A bargain in my book.

Cheers,

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4299 plus tax and small doc fee.

Wow,That is strange..They wouldnt take my $4000.00 CASH..Right after Christmas..:smirk:

I remember a story that Honda found a bunch of XR600R's in a warehouse a few years after they stopped selling them.

A new XR400R for just over 3 grand is a steal.

Great finds people... enjoy the bikes and grease those swingarm bolts.

Damn, I paid 6k for mine. Yep, paid retail. At least it's paid off (a long time ago).

Damn, I paid 6k for mine. Yep, paid retail. At least it's paid off (a long time ago).

Well, we still haven't seen RobParks1's new bike ................... and many riders would be happy to go buy a new one from Honda.

Cheers,

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CaveMike happy for you. Him can relate. Him frozen in time for thousands years.

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Sweet! :ride:

If you don't mind me asking, how are you guys running across these NOS bikes? I've often thought it would be nice to have another new XR650R and I'm sure there are some out there hoarded away still in the crate. Were the bikes actually advertised or did you just get on the horn and start calling dealers?

jdubb75,

I found mine by luck....right place at right time. I was at Brookhaven Honda picking up something and chatting about the old XRs with the sales manager when he told me he knew about an 04 XR400 at a dealer upstate. I was skeptical but called....sure enough...Honda of Tupelo had a new XR4. I struck a deal on the phone and rest is history.

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I just jizzed in my pants. Stop posting bikes like that. It's like porn for me.:ride:

I just jizzed in my pants. Stop posting bikes like that. It's like porn for me.:ride:

I was over on Husqvarna post. A guy had a TE250 with a drop valve. He was forking out something like 3500.00 for a rebuild. Yeah cost of the bike.

You found gold bro! I had to make my CRF230 what I need her to be. I did CRF150r forks, works suspension, and power up kit. When you hear stories like those of the TE, it make you wonder why we buy CRF250x.

I want a new XR too! You lucky Bastard:thumbsup:

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