Discussion in 'MUSCLE BIKES' started by Scribble, Feb 18, 2018.
This is for sale locally, he wants $375 for it which seems a little high. What do you guys think?
Worth it all day long!
Wait...where is the decimal point at?
It would be hard for me to justify payin that much for a girls bike but if it was parted out I think it could easily get that price .
From looking at the photo, I see a 65... not a 66
If it was in good condition, sure. But that's not a $375 bike. That's someone suffering from "It's vintage, and rare, so should be worth a ton!"
I bought my daughter's '72 Fair Lady out of a barn in better shape than that for $40.
I was thinking it would make a good partner for my boys 65 Deluxe Sting-Ray, but I don't think I could justify a nearly $400 girls bike.
Totally understandable. I guessing at a parts alone it would add up that price... maybe the seller is too...
Know the difference between a fair lady and a Slick Chick ?
...so, does that mean my fairly complete boys beater stingray is worth hundreds of $$$...cuz, I barely paid tens of $ .
Could be ? Thers a wealth of knowledge here as well all over the world wide web ...
Arm yourself .
I do know that Slick Chicks are more desirable then a fare lady, I just can't personally justify it .
Apparently the difference is $335.
Do you see the difference in the bars , tuffed seat , rear tire , how bout the rear wheel ?
Your a " Muscle bike " guy , care to list what those kind of parts sell for ? ( just too name a few )
Buy a high loop early sissy bar , go head "Make my day "
I went to see if the bike was still for sale it's gone, show's that it was worth what he was asking for it.
Rear wheel on a Slik Chick is an S2, on a Fair Lady its an S7. My wife has a blue 68 Slik Chick, I paid 130 for it a couple years ago.
If that bike was in my neighborhood for sale at that price... I would have grabbed it. The parts alone were worth it.
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