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2001 Bmw F650gs Dakar With 1179 Original Miles (catharpin, Va) on mail.2040motos

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2001 BMW F650GS Dakar with 1179 original miles (Catharpin, VA), $7,750, image 1

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2001 BMW F650GS Dakar with 1179 original miles, never abused, and tastefully modified.I purchased this bike from the original owner a couple of years ago, with roughly 700mis on it at the time.The bike has always been babied, and always maintained.That said, I have not had that much time to ride the Dakar (obviously), but when I have, it has always been exhilarating.Great sounds, wonderful riding position, and a lot of fun both on and off road.In the time that I have had the bike, I have done the following:A&S "The Big One" service kit installedYuasa batteryEBC front brake rotorDID gold chainPIAA's with custom mounts that I made (without modification to the motorcycle)SW-Motech center standDunlop 606 tires with about 150 mis on them.I also removed the majority of the decals that originally came on the bike (personal taste), I painted the gauge surround and windshield matte black, and also removed the skid plate/belly pan.With respect to collectors, though, I would be willing to include a new set of decals, the skid plate, and a new gauge surround if the reserve on the bike is met. I believe that the windshield , at least new, is no longer availableNew fork seals (uninstalled), and a very comprehensive service and repair CD, are included as well.The Dakar is cosmetically and mechanically excellent, with only 1 minor scuff on the bodywork, left of the headlamp (see photo) and 1 on the same side, but positioned below the saddle, and unseen.Otherwise, I cannot imagine a nicer 2001 Dakar that has actually been ridden, albeit occasionally, over the past 13yr.This motorcycle is the real deal, a true collectors piece. Please feel free to contact me with requests for more pictures and/or descriptive

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