triple111

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  1. I was ignoring the plastics, figured they could be just swapped or something. But you're right the frame is different.
  2. No,this is an example picture to compare an 01 to the picture I posted. I've worked on my ZX6R, so I'm not worried about fixing it up
  3. I'm looking at some pictures and I'm confused, because the chain guard is a 2001, which is different than the older style vertical one. But his forks are on wrong, what the heck is this bike!
  4. $500 is what I want to get it for, I was gonna start at $400 (some of my dirt bike friends said they wouldn't take it for more than $350). I'm just trying to figure out a price thats not insulting but makes sense for the current condition, which is mostly unknown. Obviously I'm willing to risk more for a lower price.
  5. What i'm looking for right now is a 2 stroke beater bike that I can work on, learn how to fix and thrash around with about $500-800 investment. I don't care if it isn't pretty, just something that can be reasonably reliable and cheap to fix. So i've been looking at RM/YZ/KX/CR 125s and 250s, and they seem all horribly overpriced on craigslist, like 1990, non running, beat to shit needing new tires for $1500. And this is in a state where dirt bikes are basically illegal to ride anywhere. Anyway, I found this listed on FB about 5 months ago, listing said I messaged him and he says the top end is blown now, rode it 4 times and didnt know how many hours since rebuild, and hes asking about $650 for it. NADA says average retail is $535. It appeals to me because it has newer tires and looks relatively clean. What would you guys say is a reasonable price? I'm gonna do the rebuild myself. Also, in general for 1990s-early 2000's 125s and 250s, what is a reasonable price range that you realistically think people should be taking?