All kidding aside, very unique for sure. I'd ride the first one. But I am betting the two are salvaged titled 650's and the body work is not worth $25,000 to me. Now for $25,000 and it was a NEW 0.0 mile 2015 Suzuki 650 under the body then I'd think $17,995 would be about it for me. And both are 4 wheel's touching the ground and in Washington state it is considered a CAR for the HOV lanes.
And if the front windshield is plastic, that wiper will scratch it up real quick. Maybe just for looks to make it legal???
Seriously would never consider that thing as a serious commuter vehicle. Its more of a toy and if there were ever a strong gust of wind, I imagine myself lifting off. May have the power of the Big Burg but loses a huge amount of practicality.
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