Selling damaged TZR... The contract.

Discussion in 'UK Motorcycles' started by Dynamic, Sep 15, 2004.

  1. Dynamic

    Dynamic Guest

    How about this for the contract...

    Yamaha TZR 125

    Reg: E***NMG

    I understand that the above bike which I am buying is at current not in a
    roadworthy condition, and therefore I am buying this bike as spares or
    repairs for the value of £...

    Signed: (buyer)


    I have taken payment of £..... for the above bike.

    Signed: (me)


    Dynamic, Sep 15, 2004
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  2. Dynamic

    Gavsta Guest

    Sold as seen, not as described.
    Gavsta, Sep 16, 2004
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  3. Dynamic

    Triffid Guest

    I took my dog out for a walk.
    While it was pissing on Dynamic's leg, he seemed distracted by:
    This highly-tuned (the 16 previous owners have each filed a bit of port out)
    2-stroke has been thrashed mercilessly for its entire life. The frame was
    only slightly bent, but I fixed it with me dads vice and a sledgehammer.
    The forks are straight, according to three separate workshops, and the seals
    don't leak, even if you put some oil in them. The engine has seized a
    couple of times, but wire wool puts it right. The control levers ALL look
    like that. You are buying a living, breathing boy-racer-for-the-road and
    any problems you may have are the same that every previous owner has had.
    Any bent bits are your problem, and the MOT doesn't strictly speaking, make
    it legal, but it will cut the stuff in any council estate before it is
    terminally re-stolen.
    Triffid, Sep 16, 2004
  4. Dynamic

    Lozzo Guest

    Dynamic says...
    <blah blah>

    Read this:

    and the link about 'other rules' leads to this:

    It is about cars, but applies equally to bikes.

    What it basically says is, as long as you, to the best of your
    knowledge, describe the vehicle accurately i.e. how many owners, colour,
    general condition, length of MOT/tax etc, then it doesn't even have to
    run or be fit to be used as a motorcycle was originally intended. I'd
    add in the words 'sold as seen with no warranty given or implied' on
    your receipt and make sure you keep a copy signed by the buyer. That
    covers your arse even further if anything goes wrong with it later. Just
    be honest to whoever thinks of buying it. Tell them the good and bad
    points and then it's up to them if they want to part with their money.
    Lozzo, Sep 16, 2004
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    Wik, Sep 16, 2004
  6. ROFL

    The Older Gentleman, Sep 16, 2004
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