Personally I would prefer the 750 over the 1000. But i'm weird that way.At the same time, though, I'd be tempted to throw a $8K offer on that high mileage '08 1000-312R in North Georgia before plunking down $8K for an '03 750. But that's just me. These things are only worth what one person is willing to pay.
Exactly. Condition plays a huge part in pricing. You can easily price a bike in "average" condition with comparisons to other average bikes.If this is the one in northern NJ and I were looking for a 750, I would easily pay the asking. The one I saw last year had similar low mileage and I couldn't find a scratch on the bike. The evo 3, I believe, was the last of the standard 750s and were more refined than the earlier versions.