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info@mancavestuff.ca

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A friend of mine who's husband died, has his Honda Shadow for sale. It's a 2007 VT 600 C7. 10K clicks on it. Mint condition, well maintained. Only needs a new front tire.

 

What's it worth?

 

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Kijiji is an excellent source. Type that exact hear make model. Find one similar. Should speak volumes. I ride. A 600 is a beginners bike. Nice bike. Hard to sell.

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As much as someone is willing to give you !! LOL Sound familiar?? You know this will end up in off-topics, don't you !!biggrinbiggrinbiggrin



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I'd say right around $5000



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BRIGHTON, ONT

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My 2001 750 shadow cost me $3500 . Two years ago with 14000kms and one owner


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scott420p wrote:

I'd say right around $5000


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Date Listed01-May-14
Price
$5,800.00
AddressMarkham Road, Markham, ON, Canada
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MakeHonda
ModelShadow
For Sale ByOwner
Engine Displacement (cc)600
Kilometers11000
Year2007

Mint condition with only 7110 miles, deluxe edition..

This ad was posted with the Kijiji mobile app.


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scott420p wrote:

I'd say right around $5000


 i ride also, but to me that sounds like a large $ for a 7 year old mini oriental bike. just saying. but, you have to start somewhere. you can always come down but you can't go up.



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Bikes seem to hold their value if they are cared for. A quick search on Kijiji says they are asking in the 5000-6000 range. Wild for a beginner bike.

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When I was a kid, it seemed 650 was the norm for displacement. The beezers, Nortons, Triumphs were all 650s for the most part. From there, you went up to the big 1200 hogs with the odd beemer or ducatti thrown in the middle.

 

Now you call them beginner bikes? whodda thunkit?



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I took a street bike on a short ride just the other day. Not mine, it was a neighbours sons bike. He needed me to get it home for him as he was too busy with an unscheduled ride in an ambulance. Turns out he's fine ...... this time.

He was stopped in a turn lane, waiting to make a left and got tagged by a pickup truck making a illegal turn.

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DB Cooper wrote:



He was stopped in a turn lane, waiting to make a left and got tagged by a pickup truck making a illegal turn.


 Ya,  rode Goldwings with my wife for years. As they say "don't matter whos fault it is, if you're on a bike, you come out second best every time".  nonono



-- Edited by parklane on Monday 5th of May 2014 10:00:49 PM

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I was always told to dress for the crash not the ride!

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This bike is still for sale. Lowered the price to $4400

 

http://www.kijiji.ca/v-street-cruisers-choppers/markham-york-region/2007-honda-shadow/589842820



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I wish i had known it was still for sale. My neighbor Lashanaika just bought one last week !! Damn...

 

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MANCAVER wrote:

When I was a kid, it seemed 650 was the norm for displacement. The beezers, Nortons, Triumphs were all 650s for the most part. From there, you went up to the big 1200 hogs with the odd beemer or ducatti thrown in the middle.

 

Now you call them beginner bikes? whodda thunkit?


 When i was a kid a 450 honda hellcat was the hotest new bike on the street for a kid, but a 1200cc harley was the dream machine,,,



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I just delivered my 64 panhead to my son who will carry on the tradition,, 1200cc or 74cu handshift foot clutch owned it since 78 ,,priceless,,

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Not quite sure how many CCs my neighbour's bike is, but I think it's a Cowasaki !!

She says it hauls a$$ !!smilesmilesmilesmile









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Dan, it really doesn't seem to have much of a choice!

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I worked hard on that joke and only 1 reply !! Tough crowd !!biggrinbiggrinbiggrin



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Reminds me of the old honda 70 commercial of the bear on the bike in the bush.....

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hemi43 wrote:

I wish i had known it was still for sale. My neighbor Lashanaika just bought one last week !! Damn...

 

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 So , is this what is refered to as a "wide glide"



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She's going to visit her sister. You can see her in the background wearing blue !!

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I like a good highjack but this is really not helping me sell this bike. I suppose I should move it to classified.



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did any one notice she wasn't wearing a helmet!!!!

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Sacotu wrote:

did any one notice she wasn't wearing a helmet!!!!


           I sure am glad you didn't say panties LOL



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I read this post a few times , but still confused is some one driving the bike , or is she driving it ..77.

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77 wrote:

I read this post a few times , but still confused is some one driving the bike , or is she driving it ..77.


 I would think it was her ..... don't see no lumber anywhere .



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SOLD!



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