FS: 1996 Suzuki Katana 750 $1000

Discussion in 'Texas Bikers' started by Jeremy Chavers, Aug 10, 2003.

  1. ****Posting for a friend - see details inline****

    1996 katana 750, cheap insurance, sport tourer,more sport, 750 oil cooled
    gsxr motor bike has been dropped no front plastic all mounts headsets
    headlights fairings stays pegs forks rims brakes seat tail section perfect
    needs fairing $60 each side $160 lower $65 and bike will be worth $3500
    clean title non salvage AZ bike. bike runs carbs have cleaned, needs petcock
    fixed or cleaned to run perfect probably a better sync when petcock is fixed
    otherwise fine, new oil change has been done $1000 is in the auto trader
    next week (512)619-7933

    Bike is located in Austin, Texas.
    Jeremy Chavers, Aug 10, 2003
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    Brian Walker Guest

    Arizona title? Would that be a laundered title?

    Sure sounds fishy in that regard...
    Brian Walker, Aug 11, 2003
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  3. No Brian,

    Like I said - posting for a friend. He bought the bike when he lived in
    Phoenix, moved to Austin and never did the work the bike needs to get it
    running (fairings etc) so never transferred to Texas title. It's legit - I
    saw all the other vehicles that he moved with the AZ tags on 'em too.

    Jeremy Chavers, Aug 12, 2003
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    Brian Walker Guest

    You just made it a point to let everyone know "no salvage title"...
    Brian Walker, Aug 13, 2003
  5. Alright Mr. Walker,

    This is *NOT* a salvage bike. He had all the pieces, had them off the bike
    at a friend's house, and said friend's mom threw them away not knowing.

    Why must you make everything difficult?
    Jeremy Chavers, Aug 14, 2003
  6. would it be possible to post a pic of the bike?

    Phil Shamrock, Aug 14, 2003
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    Brian Walker Guest

    I wasn't aware I *was* making anything difficult. I asked a question
    about the title (since you *did* make it a point to emphasize) and
    what the reason was that this bike was a wrecked bike, pieces/panels
    missing and a out of state title. Those alone makes ANYONE with any
    sense cautious about if the title had been laundered.

    Another thing, how does a mother of a friend just throw away a fairing
    to a motorcycle by "mistake"? Sounds like the old "my dog ate my
    homework" thing. And while we're at it, why is the motorcycle fairing
    at a friend's house where a mom wouldn't know about it...without the
    motorcycle? If the friend was working on the pieces, it would make
    sense his mom would know about it...wouldn't it?

    I don't know, there sure seems to be alot of "friends" involved here.

    Are there any pics of this bike? The more you say about it, the more
    courious I get.
    Brian Walker, Aug 14, 2003
  8. Well Mr Walker, if you had *any* interest in this bike, your questioning has
    allowed it to be sold out from underneath you.
    Jeremy Chavers, Aug 15, 2003
  9. Sorry Phil - the bike's been sold.

    Jeremy Chavers, Aug 15, 2003
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