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You can tell they are not scooter people as they have 2 - 2006 400's listed as "AN400K3". :roll:
If interested it might be prudent to get the VIN and verify the real year of the scoots. :thumbup:
 

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I only looked at the low mileage 2011..
It had a salvage title..interesting.. I wonder if it is a repaired total loss?
 

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I only looked at the low mileage 2011..
It had a salvage title..interesting.. I wonder if it is a repaired total loss?

With all the tupperware covering the frame, they will total a bike if it has much damage. Nothing wrong with a correctly rebuilt bike. Hard to resell later so you must understand that up front. It will always be about 60% less than retail just because it has a salvaged title. But if you ride it till it dies at 100,000 miles....
Bet it goes for $1100. :D
 

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The 08 400 in PEORIA IL has a Danson type trike kit and only 625 miles. Its at $1300 so far.
 

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ANNOUNCEMENT, ANNOUNCEMENT I have placed a bid in for one of those bikes on Coparts. Any guess what one????






http://www.copart.com/c2/homeSearch.htm ... CH_RESULTS . Its a 08 AN400. :D I am the current High bidder at $775. I hope I have not out bid a B USA member. I also hope I do not get bid'ed up, can not afford going higher for a SALVAGED title bike. If you bid higher, its yours and it is binding.

It has some cracked tupperware on the lower left side bit I can plastic weld that up. :D The pictures are really bad and does not show the left side for some reason. If I win I may just try to match the paint with Burgundy red Nail Polish by mixing a few different colors and then a clear coat over that.
 

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I still have two 650's. :thumbup:
 

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Dave_J said:
... Its a 08 AN400. .....
Traitor
Smart :thumbup:

Hmmm..."svelte"...that just feels good even saying it. 8)

Chris
 

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Well at Midnight PST some one has bid it up to $1000. How high will someone go for a salvage? Blue book is $3685 for a clean title. Salvage is worth 40% ($1475) of that, if you wreck it again thats all they will pay and the current bid price ($1000) is about $1430 out the door with all fees and local pickup. Shipping is more.
 

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And???? Inquiring minds want to know what happened. :)

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ANNOUNCEMENT UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE DAVE J IS STILL A BURGMAN 650 DUDE!!!


Well it got sold to someone in China for $2050 and with fees added is $2580 before sales tax if they pay that. I surmise that they will fix it up and wash the salvage title and sell it somewhere. Still that leaves a slim margin of profit.
 

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I wonder how many have CVT problems?
Most have had major crashes. But there was just that Blue one...... :D

Any idea how much it finally went for? And if they knew it had major problems? Thats the problem with donating items, the auction house is clueless about the conditions. And that one was up to $1,500 twice.
 

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Dave, how do these auctions work and what are the fees. I'm interested in the 650 in Columbia, MO. It's close enough to go pick up.
 

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You have to join Coparts. Its a $24.95 one time fee. Then you are allowed to bid up to $1000 without adding a deposit. In some states you can bid on all types of titles, in Washington state I can bid on salvage and bill of sale items.

The fees run kind of funny. I will try to post them but I have them on Excell sheet and can not post them on here.
 

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Bid Fee Internet Gate
$25 $45 $35 $30
$50 $45 $35 $30
$75 $45 $35 $30
$100 $45 $35 $30
$125 $75 $35 $30
$150 $75 $35 $30
$175 $75 $35 $30
$200 $120 $35 $30
$225 $120 $35 $30
$250 $120 $35 $30
$275 $120 $35 $30
$300 $120 $35 $30
$325 $120 $35 $30
$350 $120 $35 $30
$375 $120 $35 $30
$400 $150 $35 $30
$425 $150 $35 $30
$450 $150 $35 $30
$475 $150 $35 $30
$500 $150 $35 $30
$525 $150 $35 $30
$550 $150 $35 $30
$575 $150 $35 $30
$600 $185 $35 $30
$625 $185 $35 $30
$650 $185 $35 $30
$675 $185 $35 $30
$700 $185 $35 $30
$725 $185 $35 $30
$750 $185 $35 $30
$775 $185 $35 $30
$800 $220 $35 $30
$825 $220 $35 $30
$850 $220 $35 $30
$875 $220 $35 $30
$900 $220 $35 $30
$925 $220 $35 $30
$950 $220 $35 $30
$975 $220 $35 $30
 

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I am a member for the past 4 months. I did not have to pay anything to join but have the same limitations. If my memory is correct, the $1000 limit can be increased by registering a credit card on file which I did not do.

Their fees seem to be fairly high. I did bid on and won the bid. Problem then came as the Insurance co had it listed as an "on approval" and they then wanted to negotiate the selling price. I refused their offer and they did not accept my bid.
 

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Registration Fee $24.95 one-time
Buyer Fee
Sale Price Range Fee
$00.01- $99.00 = $45.00
$100.00 - $199.99 = $75.00
$200.00-$399.99 = $120.00
$400.00-$599.99 = $150.00
$600.00-$799.99 = $185.00
$800.00-$999.99 = $220.00
$1,000.00-$1,199.99=$250.00
$1,200.00-$1,399.99=$310.00
$1,400.00-$1,699.99=$345.00
$1,700.00-$1,999.99=$380.00
$2,000.00-$2,499.99=$425.00
$2,500.00-$2,999.99=$470.00
$3,000.00-$4,999.99=$565.00
$5,000.00+ =12% of Sales Price

Homeowners Items = 30% of Sales Price

Internet Bid Fee
Copart offers bidding kiosks in the lobbies of all of its facilities. These kiosks can be used to place preliminary bids on vehicles located at that particular yard. If a winning bid was placed on a vehicle using a kiosk located at that yard, no internet fees are assessed against that vehicle. If the winning high bid was placed during Preliminary Bidding via the internet or during the live, virtual auction, Copart charges an Internet Bid Fee to the high bidder. The fee is based upon the high bid amount: a fee of $35.00 for sale prices from $1.00 up to $999.99, a fee of $50.00 for sale prices from $1,000.00-$1,999.99, a fee of $75.00 for sale prices of $2,000.00 or higher.

Gate Fee
A $30.00 Gate/Loading fee is assessed to all vehicles. This fee covers the movement of the vehicle from Copart’s sale/storage facilities to the buyer’s loading area. For buyers whom are picking up the vehicle up with vehicle transporters, this fee covers the time and manpower required to assist the driver in loading the vehicle onto the truck. Drivers are 100% responsible for securing their load at all times.

Additional Fees (if applicable):
If a vehicle and all applicable fees are not completely paid within 3 business days of purchase including the sale day, a fee of $50.00 per vehicles will be assessed. In addition, storage will begin to accrue on vehicles at the rate of $20.00 per day after 7 days, including sale day, if the high bid was placed over the internet or after 3 days, including sale day, if the high bid was place during preliminary biding using a kiosk at the yard.
 

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Ken said:
I am a member for the past 4 months. I did not have to pay anything to join but have the same limitations. If my memory is correct, the $1000 limit can be increased by registering a credit card on file which I did not do.

Their fees seem to be fairly high. I did bid on and won the bid. Problem then came as the Insurance co had it listed as an "on approval" and they then wanted to negotiate the selling price. I refused their offer and they did not accept my bid.
I do have a big problem with their rule of "On Approval" also. Coparts should have a "Reserve" or it sells rule. I too won a bid but the insurance company countered my bid. I countered with another $75 and they accepted it. I think this way of doing an auction is a bit crooked. Set a reserve price and it is not met, no sale.
 
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