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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 04-01-2007, 04:43 PM Thread Starter
 
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What are you payig for your Brutale if you can pm the info

I am looking for the best deal and where you got it. I am a truck driver and drive the US so not a problem to pick it up.
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Corse Superbikes in Milwaukee, WI.........they are great. Ive probably posted it a few times, but I bought my 750 and 910 there, and im in FL!
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Tonkin Motocorsa in portland is great, tell them Brian Sowers sent you and ask for Arun. He is the GM of the store.
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13'500 out the door no prep or set up fee.
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The best way to save money is to find a leftover model. I bought an 04 in 05, put 10k miles on it, sold it this january for $1000 less than I paid for it!
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FWIW building a good relationship with your local dealer (and supporting them so they stick around) is always worth a few bucks.
I could have saved some money having a bike shipped in, but then what if there's problems?
Plus, I trust my dealer, and it helps to have a relationship where they know me and they know my bike.
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I paid $7,500 for a downed 910s with ridiculously minor damage. Gearbox cover needs replaced, one frame slider sheared out and the handlebars got bent.

So, in closing, give eBay surfing a try.
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FWIW building a good relationship with your local dealer (and supporting them so they stick around) is always worth a few bucks.
I could have saved some money having a bike shipped in, but then what if there's problems?
Plus, I trust my dealer, and it helps to have a relationship where they know me and they know my bike.
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Definitly the best option if they're close by. otherwise, BMW-Ducati-Triumph in Charlotte, NC has the best deals. I dunno if they'lls till honor it, but tell them your part of the Group buy from the MV Agusta.net that Nate set-up, and see if they'll still throw you a sick-nasty deal on one...

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and the HUGE lower triple clamp. that thing is braced like king-kong at at a bondage party.
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I paid $7,500 for a downed 910s with ridiculously minor damage. Gearbox cover needs replaced, one frame slider sheared out and the handlebars got bent.

Ouch! I got robbed! I paid $9k for a 910s w/ 206 miles on it and very similar damage. Handlebars were fine but the headlight was broken. But then...I bought it in Feb of '06 and I have never lusted after a bike the way I continue to lust after the Brute. It's very strange to feel satisfied.
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