A trumpet dealer advertising a trumpet with an easily/quick repair,what`s going on? Used2bfast may know.
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If it was that easy they would repair it themselves and sell it for full price.
**Not sure **
but looking at the picture, I'd say it needed
Fork stantion l/h poss r/h
Clutch lever clamp bracket
Poss l/h front disc
That`s what i thought cos they can get parts at trade price.
Nearly as bad as the fella wanting 350k for his BMW in MCN classifieds.
It's stated as a trade sale
maybe he's decided that carrying out the work is not viable (or do-able) by him and would rather let someone else take the hit on it and flog it through the trade instead.
They may get parts at trade prices, but the labour still has to be covered as well, and however well repaired, the bike will inevitably be worth far less than an undamaged example.
It's not unknown , certainly for cars anyway, to be advertised for sale by a trader at a given price, then some time later be sold through the trade (because it hasn't been bought by Joe Public) to end up with another trader, and sell at a higher price than it was originally. Presumably similar deals will be happening with bike traders too?
rates will be £15 an hour to the technician from the boss not £50 to the customer.
won't sell a bike they know to have been crashed.
Also, the reserve could be silly money. Its only not registered cat c or d because its third party - I bet.