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Old 01-13-2012, 09:42 PM   #35
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Depending on how rough the bike is you may be better to buy one almost done. These days if you watch you can get a nice bike for 3k, sometimes less. That can be subject to change at any time with these bikes. They do seem to fluctuate for some reason. It all really depends on the condition of the one you are looking at and how much of a project you want. Really nice examples can bring good money to the right people. Rough ones can be bought right but you can end up putting more into it than what a nice one would cost to buy and ride. But the challenge is half the fun to some. The good thing about the singles is they are fairly simple for the most part. But parts for them can get expensive. It really depends on if you want a project or not. Just my 2 cents. Good luck with whatever you decide
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