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I'll just throw this out and then step back.
It seemed 2000-2003 F4 values were around $7K and under lately. Depending on condition/mileage.

At the Bonhams & Mecum auctions in Las Vegas last weekend there was only one F750 up for auction. It went through the Bonhams and was hammered at $8,500. With the 15% buyer fee, the buyer ended up paying $10,200.
Now, the bike was as near perfect as you could expect, and mileage was 2,400 or so miles.
The auctioner was egging on the two bidders, so I suspect it went a couple of $K higher than it might if the bidders weren't being so competitive.
Still, I was glad to see it go that high.
 

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2400 miles is the significant point on that bike.
 

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I reckon the prices will go up eventually if they're kept in pristine condition because as a Mv Addict I can say that they're ageless beauty and given that they ( 750's ) were only built for a limited time why wouldnt anyone want a piece of it? But thats my 2 cents. :)
 

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I bought my (I mean Cindy's) 2002 EVO 3 750 with around 6000 miles on the clock for $5800.00
Had it been perfect, I would have paid a little more.
 
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