That bike in Florida was a CS made to look like an a CSS. It had the Earls Fork added and an extra S stamped on the engine case, but the engine number was a CS. And there were other obvious items that made it a CS to anyone who knows anything about these bikes. A very nice CS for 17K, but not a CSS worth 40k plus today if you can find one. I just love the experts on these forums!Gary Kohs - What's this guy smokin'?
These are rare bikes, but a REAL Disco SS just sold on eBay for $17,001.00 a few months ago. The owner who sold it was located in Florida. He got the bike from a friend in Switzerland, who had the bike for 20 years before he sold it to him 10 years ago. It was REAL.
$50,000...? GOOD ONE!
An object is only worth what someone will pay for it.
I think thats a long way from money in the bank Alex :laughing: Anyhow, I am going to that auction on the weekend and will report back - I am betting it won't see a single (real) bid over $10k.Ladies... Let's all calm down here. If someone will pay 20k in AU for a 350 ipotesi then anything is possible