Project bikes... including RC, Senna and Corsacorta -
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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 10-20-2019, 05:44 AM Thread Starter
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Project bikes... including RC, Senna and Corsacorta

While browsing the net for bikes...and nothing else ..I came across anumber of bikes for those looking to do restore projects. They have 2 F4RR's, A Senna and what seems to be a MZ Agusta Brutale RC .

'12 F4RR CorsaCorta, '12 F3 675
'18 Ducati Xdiavel
'15 Triumph Daytona 675R -
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post #2 of 2 (permalink) Old 10-30-2019, 11:25 AM
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FYI/PSA - for anyone USA based looking at the IAAI auctions there are a lot of fees that you have to add into the equation if you bid. There is a fee calculator on the web site when you go to bid, make sure you use it as it was pretty accurate.

The first fee - you will need to register or use a registered broker: an individual/public bidder fee is $200.00 USD allows for bidding for one year and on only a select group of vehicles depending on whether bidding is open to the public or not. Most auctions are not open to the public but Washington State and PA seem to be exceptions. Public bidding varies depending the state where the bike/vehicle is. If bidding isn't open to the public, you would have to bid through a broker with flat fees and some that slide, minimum that I saw was $200.00 USD and up. Then there are the buyer's fees that come to roughly about one-half again of the bid price: for example the hammer price may $1,200.00 your cost OTD is more like $1,800.00. There are also fees for wire transfers fees as credit cards are only accepted for really small amounts ($400.00 - might be less).

Shipping a wrecked bike is doable but if the bike doesn't roll the cost can be more than double and shipping choices very limited. Most of the common carriers will not take a bike that does not roll. A rolling bike coast to coast was about $700.00, you may be able to do better with UShip or some other carrier. A bike with a tacoed front end/rear end that doesn't roll is going cost close to double if not more on the shipping.

No doubt the project bikes would be a sweet deal for anyone local that could do the pick-up.
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