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Old 29-Sep-2006, 08:01 PM
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1990 851 value ?

Can anyone tell me what a good price for a 1990/G, 19887m 851 would be please. (non-uppy-downy-forks 16" front)
And if they are actually ok to ride, and/or how much it costs to sort them.
I could be tempted to make an another 'investment' !
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Old 29-Sep-2006, 08:23 PM
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Phil

Not too sure, probably reckon anywhere between 2500 - 3500 depnding on how good / bad nick its in. Just a guestimate, sure some of the other 851 / 888 bunch will be along soon to give pointers. Recall there have been a few guys on the board bought similar bikes in last year or so.

I paid 4k for my '92 888 about 18 months ago from a dealer in pretty much immaculate condition having had recent engine strip & rebuild.

Of all bikes I've had this ones a keeper,

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Old 29-Sep-2006, 08:52 PM
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got a late 851 if you might be interested.
was MOT'd till june.
needs work to get it running but nothing you couldnt sort yourself phil

was going to be my project over this winter but might not now have the time.
will take 1k as it is
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Old 29-Sep-2006, 09:06 PM
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got a late 851 if you might be interested.
was MOT'd till june.
needs work to get it running but nothing you couldnt sort yourself phil

was going to be my project over this winter but might not now have the time.
will take 1k as it is

oooerrr ... um, I guess you'd better send me some more details then
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Old 29-Sep-2006, 09:23 PM
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can chat at cadwell?
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Old 29-Sep-2006, 09:25 PM
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Can anyone tell me what a good price for a 1990/G, 19887m 851 would be please. (non-uppy-downy-forks 16" front)
And if they are actually ok to ride, and/or how much it costs to sort them.
I could be tempted to make an another 'investment' !

Hi, I might be wrong but i think the"90 red 851 had 17" wheels.

Steve Robins
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Old 29-Sep-2006, 09:29 PM
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yup the 90' bike had 17inchers alright - but this could be an 89 registered in 90 ? maybe
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Old 29-Sep-2006, 10:30 PM
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Actually, looking again at the pic of the bike in question, I think it does have 17inchers, which makes me happier. Dont know much about the non-uppy-downy-forks that were fitted then though.
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Old 29-Sep-2006, 10:31 PM
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Phil give me a buzz on my mobile if you want to pop over & see it 07956 351399 or chat about it.

reg 1992 with all the late bits
have heard thats sposed to be the best so my mate nelly told me
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Old 30-Sep-2006, 11:15 AM
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I paid 4k for my '92 888 about 18 months ago

A 1992 888? A SP4? Nice price!
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The 89-90 models came standard with 17 inch wheels.
Only the Tricolore (strada) came with 16 inch wheels.
I have read some articles about those models and they were all positive of it.
Specially in comparison to the tricolore.
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