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Old 11-12-2019, 09:32 AM Thread Starter
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How much are 99-09 F4 silver plastics going for now?

Ages and ages ago I put on CF panels on the lower half of my red/silver 02 F4, wrapped them in plastic, and placed them in storage. The belly pan has some chips and scratches on the underside from being bombarded with road debris but the side panels and injector covers are like new (one actually is NOS from Ferracci that replaced a scratched one).

My bikes never going to be a collector (already over 20k of what would count for "hard" miles), I prefer the red/black, am cleaning out the clutter, and could maybe fund some upgrades to the track bike so I am considering parting with them.


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They're worthless Ryan..... just let me haul them away and out of your hair. I won't even ask you to pay for the gas.

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Worth what ever someone is willing to pay, over pricing has made me turn my back on them

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I just had to price some stock panels for my F4 and they run about $750 new. They are going to be more difficult to find so if they are in good shape I would guess maybe half price for the new ones.
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I sold a right side panel for £150 other day

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I just had to price some stock panels for my F4 and they run about $750 new. They are going to be more difficult to find so if they are in good shape I would guess maybe half price for the new ones.
Eh, then probably only ~$800 for the lot. Thats kind of fence sitting territory I guess, probably still easier to earn that money than to find replacements if I ever decide to go back to silver.


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Plus, your buyer pool is going to be very limited. I would just keep them and if you ever decide to sell the bike you can only add to the value by having the stock panels
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I would pay $500 in a heartbeat. Monica’s flanks are in need of repair.
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Eh, then probably only ~$800 for the lot. Thats kind of fence sitting territory I guess, probably still easier to earn that money than to find replacements if I ever decide to go back to silver.
If your panels are in good shape, then you should keep them. They are becoming more and more difficult to find.

When you want to sell your bike, or make it a showpiece for your mancave, then those original panels will be priceless.

Next spring, I plan on restoring some panels I have in storage for bikes I no longer have. Those will then go up for sale.

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