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Old 11-06-2009, 06:29 PM
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Never liked any auction that has hidden reserves...Usually it is just a way for the dealer to go phishing for potential buyers...You dont get the bike during the auction but you will get a phone call after wanting to make a deal.
Good spot! That is just weak to keep a reserve hidden. I can understand having one but why not just be upfront about it and tell folks "hey we can't sell this bike unless we get at least X amount for it"?
A no reserve auction is totally different and more interesting animal but I will still keep a watch on this and see if they are any deals to be had.
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this sucks, bid on an 08 softail 6 times and never got close to the reserve. if i wanted to pay 10k or more for the bike i might have gotten in the ball park but i quit at 8k as it felt like i was on ebay.
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They have a couple of Sucker Punch bikes on display, some of the bolts getting rusted, just eyeing the bikes and a sales guy came and told me to make an offer, they're more than willing to negotiate. From the long faces among the sales personal they're dealing and the prices are very negotiable, I think they want to shrink their inventory and generate some cash flow. Now days there are not too many people buying motorcycles and I don't see some of this small manufacturers satying in business, specially since a lot of them borough working capital and purchase manufacturing equipment and building and those loans have to stay current or the bank roll on you in hurry, specially now days.
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