would you buy this? ...._"_This bike with this body is a rarity and hugely expensive" .......Police track day bike anyone
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is it supposed to
look like a pint of guiness?
or am i having cravings
Ex cop bikes
should come with a printout of their servicing. They have to be able to prove they've kept the bike in a safe condition so it's all meticulously logged. For this to be missing is very suspect.
looks proper dodgy to me
45,000 miles on a 4 year old bike, and he still wants £4500.
i have a pint of guiness thank you , bit cheaper, only a bit!
wouldn`t buy a stinkin police bike....let them keep it.
Police vehicles are maintained to the highest standard to ensure that they comply with health and safety regulations and don't put officers or the public at risk. As a result they should have a report for every little thing they do. It's a major selling point for ex police bikes.
Military bikes are a different matter - someone finds one in a warehouse and decides to take it for a thrash without any oil in, etc or it gets dropped out of a plane, etc etc. I'd not touch one at all. Plus the MT350s were so underpowered for the weight that they required thrashing to get them moving. I'd only have one for the gun carrier as it'd be entertaining to see what the cager who cut me up did when I got off the bike and went to get my lunch out of it.