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No reserve. This bike has started to turn into a classic, the list price on NADA has gone up every year for the last 3 years for all conditions and I expect that to continue. The bike runs great, although it takes a few minutes to properly warm up and probably could use a tune up (the last one I performed was two years ago) and needs a new battery. Unfortunately I do not have the time at this point to ride and maintain it properly. The bike looks great at a glance but it has its fair share of dents, chips, cracks and touch up paint. The gas tank has a dent and is about 1/3 poorly applied touch up paint. Front tire is near new back tire has a fair amount of wear. The miles are all original, frame is solid has never been in an accident, the years I rode I took good care of it. The bike is missing the bottom fairings. Title is clean, I have at least one of the owners manual, along with the tool kit that originally came inside the bike. Overall the bike is in good shape for the age. Please contact me with further questions.
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