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Whats this Thing Worth??????

Hey guys, don't know where to post this(or even where its going to end up, as I post it now) If this isn't the right place I'm sorry. I fumbled around for 30minutes until i accidentally saw a new thread button. So again I'm sorry. Heres the story... Ive got a 2003 F350 Truck that someone wants to trade me a chopper for. I'm not really a Bike guy so I have no idea what they go for or their value. If you guys could give me some opinions on the trade, what I could expect to get out of the chopper, and how difficult it will be to sell if i decide to do the swap, I'd really appreciate it. Heres what hes told me about the bike.

Its an original 2008 Midwest show bike, with less than 500 miles on it. Forged by Jessie James assembled by Midwest and air brushed by DG customs! This one of a kind bike not production bike cost $100,000 new. It has a $9,000 Yogi bear springer front end a $20,000 DG paint job A $8,000 Revtech 100 4x4 engine $1,500 Ironhorse transmission. One piece forged frame that would cost $30,000-$40,000 for Jessie James to do. The only bolt on piece is a Jessie James original gas tank that cost $1,200 new. It has a $1,000 Dyna ignion and coil. Harley gold plugs, $400 Mikuni 44mm carb and air cleaner, Ultimate intake, $1,000 Paul Yaffe handlebars, $300 Harley Davidson hand controls, $1,000 Avon cobra wheels and tires. One of a kind $500 rear sprocket brake caliper, $600 front brembo brake setup, $300 Braided lines and cables. $600 big radius chrome exhaust. $1,000 Dakota Digital speedo and mount and indicators and turns installing soon. $300 custom Ostrich seat, $200 ko battery, and $600 ultimate thunderheart and wiring. $300 keyed ignition with mount, $100 S&S horn and cover. A $2,700 Ultimate 3 open BDL and cover, and $900 logging chain, chrome covers, and accents.
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Old 12-08-2019, 10:57 AM
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$ 10,000 - $15,000 if you're lucky. Sorry state of affairs for custom bikes now. And very difficult to sell now.
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$ 10,000 - $15,000 if you're lucky. Sorry state of affairs for custom bikes now. And very difficult to sell now.

yep, that's apparently what 2003 F350 go for...I guess a fair barter.
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Hey guys, don't know where to post this(or even where its going to end up, as I post it now) If this isn't the right place I'm sorry. I fumbled around for 30minutes until i accidentally saw a new thread button. So again I'm sorry. Heres the story... Ive got a 2003 F350 Truck that someone wants to trade me a chopper for. I'm not really a Bike guy so I have no idea what they go for or their value. If you guys could give me some opinions on the trade, what I could expect to get out of the chopper, and how difficult it will be to sell if i decide to do the swap, I'd really appreciate it. Heres what hes told me about the bike.

Its an original 2008 Midwest show bike, with less than 500 miles on it. Forged by Jessie James assembled by Midwest and air brushed by DG customs! This one of a kind bike not production bike cost $100,000 new. It has a $9,000 Yogi bear springer front end a $20,000 DG paint job A $8,000 Revtech 100 4x4 engine $1,500 Ironhorse transmission. One piece forged frame that would cost $30,000-$40,000 for Jessie James to do. The only bolt on piece is a Jessie James original gas tank that cost $1,200 new. It has a $1,000 Dyna ignion and coil. Harley gold plugs, $400 Mikuni 44mm carb and air cleaner, Ultimate intake, $1,000 Paul Yaffe handlebars, $300 Harley Davidson hand controls, $1,000 Avon cobra wheels and tires. One of a kind $500 rear sprocket brake caliper, $600 front brembo brake setup, $300 Braided lines and cables. $600 big radius chrome exhaust. $1,000 Dakota Digital speedo and mount and indicators and turns installing soon. $300 custom Ostrich seat, $200 ko battery, and $600 ultimate thunderheart and wiring. $300 keyed ignition with mount, $100 S&S horn and cover. A $2,700 Ultimate 3 open BDL and cover, and $900 logging chain, chrome covers, and accents.
Is it the guy's list of parts or your homework?

from a brief glance-
couple of things on the list...a bit ?

Looks like 3.35" Utima belt drive, not BDL, they cost under $1000.

Revtech engine 100 go on ebay for under 4 k.

But overall 10-15k truck barter for 10-15k bike might be a fair deal.
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Except ..................the truck will sell faster

Its an original 2008 Midwest show bike, with less than 500 miles on it. Forged by Jessie James assembled by Midwest and air brushed by DG customs! This one of a kind bike not production bike cost $100,000 new. It has a $9,000-$3000 Yogi bear springer front end a $20,000 DG paint job A $8,000 - $3000 Revtech 100 4x4 engine - whichis undesirable engine choice $1,500 - junk Ironhorse guys have to upgrade cause originals fail - Ironhorse transmission. One piece forged frame that would cost $30,000-$40,000 -- $2000 for Jessie James to do. The only bolt on piece is a Jessie James original gas tank that cost $1,200 - $600 new. It has a $1,000 - $300-$400 Dyna ignion and coil. Harley gold plugs - who cares, $400 Mikuni 44mm carb and air cleaner, Ultimate intake, $1,000 Paul Yaffe handlebars, $300 Harley Davidson hand controls - entry level chopper stuff, $1,000 Avon cobra wheels and tires - should be way higher. One of a kind $500 rear sprocket brake caliper, $600 front brembo brake setup, $300 Braided lines and cables. $600 big radius chrome exhaust. $1,000 Dakota Digital speedo and mount and indicators and turns installing soon. $300 custom Ostrich seat, $200 ko battery, and $600 ultimate thunderheart and wiring. $300 keyed ignition with mount, $100 S&S horn and cover. A $2,700 - $1200 Ultimate 3” open BDL and cover, and $900 logging chain- bull shit, chrome covers, and accents.
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Old 12-11-2019, 07:08 AM
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except ..................the truck will sell faster

its an original 2008 midwest show bike, with less than 500 miles on it. Forged by jessie james assembled by midwest and air brushed by dg customs! This one of a kind bike not production bike cost $100,000 new. It has a $9,000-$3000 yogi bear springer front end a $20,000 dg paint job a $8,000 - $3000 revtech 100 4x4 engine - whichis undesirable engine choice $1,500 - junk ironhorse guys have to upgrade cause originals fail - ironhorse transmission. One piece forged frame that would cost $30,000-$40,000 -- $2000 for jessie james to do. The only bolt on piece is a jessie james original gas tank that cost $1,200 - $600 new. It has a $1,000 - $300-$400 dyna ignion and coil. Harley gold plugs - who cares, $400 mikuni 44mm carb and air cleaner, ultimate intake, $1,000 paul yaffe handlebars, $300 harley davidson hand controls - entry level chopper stuff, $1,000 avon cobra wheels and tires - should be way higher. One of a kind $500 rear sprocket brake caliper, $600 front brembo brake setup, $300 braided lines and cables. $600 big radius chrome exhaust. $1,000 dakota digital speedo and mount and indicators and turns installing soon. $300 custom ostrich seat, $200 ko battery, and $600 ultimate thunderheart and wiring. $300 keyed ignition with mount, $100 s&s horn and cover. A $2,700 - $1200 ultimate 3 open bdl and cover, and $900 logging chain- bull shit, chrome covers, and accents.
harsh dose of reality...
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Old 12-12-2019, 11:28 AM
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Except ..................the truck will sell faster

Its an original 2008 Midwest show bike, with less than 500 miles on it. Forged by Jessie James assembled by Midwest and air brushed by DG customs! This one of a kind bike not production bike cost $100,000 new. It has a $9,000-$3000 Yogi bear springer front end a $20,000 DG paint job A $8,000 - $3000 Revtech 100 4x4 engine - whichis undesirable engine choice $1,500 - junk Ironhorse guys have to upgrade cause originals fail - Ironhorse transmission. One piece forged frame that would cost $30,000-$40,000 -- $2000 for Jessie James to do. The only bolt on piece is a Jessie James original gas tank that cost $1,200 - $600 new. It has a $1,000 - $300-$400 Dyna ignion and coil. Harley gold plugs - who cares, $400 Mikuni 44mm carb and air cleaner, Ultimate intake, $1,000 Paul Yaffe handlebars, $300 Harley Davidson hand controls - entry level chopper stuff, $1,000 Avon cobra wheels and tires - should be way higher. One of a kind $500 rear sprocket brake caliper, $600 front brembo brake setup, $300 Braided lines and cables. $600 big radius chrome exhaust. $1,000 Dakota Digital speedo and mount and indicators and turns installing soon. $300 custom Ostrich seat, $200 ko battery, and $600 ultimate thunderheart and wiring. $300 keyed ignition with mount, $100 S&S horn and cover. A $2,700 - $1200 Ultimate 3 open BDL and cover, and $900 logging chain- bull shit, chrome covers, and accents.
Do the trade...immediately!
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Old 12-12-2019, 08:56 PM
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People just don't have any money.. 99% of riders looking for something have an ol' lady to sit on the back, and want something stock and comfortable..If you do find someone that wants it, they probably just got a settlement or inheritance, and don't have anything to spend the money on..far and few between..
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Old 12-15-2019, 03:59 PM
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There are people with the money alright but a chopper is not something they want.
They might want it as a wall decoration for a 6 million dollar house though.

Do a Photoshop picture of the chopper up on a wall, looking out onto a swimming pool.
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Old 12-16-2019, 07:30 AM
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nice bike, question though, midwest forged by Jesse James?
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Seriously asking or trolling? LOL

I was trying to help the OP out - believing he had not made the deal yet.
There is a lot of smoke in that description.
RevTech 100 motor chopper is NOT a nice bike.
Harley controls are entry level chopper stuff.
The only bolt-on piece is Jesse James gas tank.
Should I make a list of the bolt-on pieces?
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Seriously asking or trolling? LOL

I was trying to help the OP out - believing he had not made the deal yet.
There is a lot of smoke in that description.
RevTech 100 motor chopper is NOT a nice bike.
Harley controls are entry level chopper stuff.
The only bolt-on piece is Jesse James gas tank.
Should I make a list of the bolt-on pieces?
I would, and seriously asking, the way its described I read it as it was built with him lol. But parts list, home built is what should be asked.

THESE Questions and Parts I would ask..
one of the WCC guys might be able to help with this as well.
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Its an original 2008 Midwest show bike, with less than 500 miles on it. Forged by Jessie James assembled by Midwest and air brushed by DG customs!

This one of a kind bike not production bike cost $100,000 new.

It has a $9,000 Yogi bear springer front end - This does not look like most Springers our of "Sugar Bear Springers"

$20,000 DG paint job You can Email them directly to ask about the paint

$8,000 Revtech 100 4x4 engine - as stated above I dont recall this motor ever going for 8k

$1,500 Ironhorse transmission. - Maybe...

One piece forged frame that would cost $30,000-$40,000 for Jessie James to do. - One of the WCC guys could verify, but not sure he ever built this style Frame or Tank

The only bolt on piece is a Jessie James original gas tank that cost $1,200 new.

It has a $1,000 Dyna ignion and coil. this is maybe a 300 dollar kit, thats what I paid for a Dyna S ignition for my FXR

Harley gold plugs, so..10 dollar plugs

$400 Mikuni 44mm carb and air cleaner,

Ultimate intake,

$1,000 Paul Yaffe handlebars, maybe...but not a G

$300 Harley Davidson hand controls, as stated, maybe 150

$1,000 Avon cobra wheels and tires.

One of a kind $500 rear sprocket brake caliper,
$600 front brembo brake setup,

$300 Braided lines and cables.

$600 big radius chrome exhaust.

$1,000 Dakota Digital speedo and mount and indicators and turns installing soon.

$300 custom Ostrich seat,

$200 ko battery,

$600 ultimate thunderheart and wiring.

$300 keyed ignition with mount,

$100 S&S horn and cover.

$2,700 Ultimate 3 open BDL and cover stated above post's more than likely Ultima Brand, Not anywhere near 2700

$900 logging chain, chrome covers, and accents. - ask about "Logging Chain, and accents

For a bike like this, that is suppose to be stupid high dollar, most people keep receipts or documents on build, see if he has any of that.
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Old 12-18-2019, 10:56 AM
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The electrical wires hanging out of the frame are a nice touch....
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Old 12-18-2019, 04:40 PM
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Again, someone would have to be out of their flippin mind to pump anywhere near that kind of $$$ into a motorcycle...Real estate yes..The Jessie James name garb, is rediculous......Shovel52, now were talkin..
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"Yogi Bear Springers" Lol hahahahaha


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