From: petrolcan on
In article <n8ld36hofld5ol990a7ll4mpaf79hh1sv4(a)4ax.com>, Champ says...
>

> The subsequent pics seem to show the bike with a mainstand (which
> surprises me, as I wouldn't have expected one on such a bike). But in
> the first picture, I'm fairly sure there's no sign of a mainstand.

Description states that centre stand was added to the bike.




From: ogden on
CT wrote:
> JB wrote:
>
> > The description was pretty accurate except for "full service
> > history" actually meant full service history _apart from_ the 23k
> > mile gap between the last 2 services!
>
> I've always wondered about the term "full service history". Does it
> mean (or *should* it mean) that there is a documented service history
> *and all service intervals have been complied with* or does it mean all
> services history documentation is present but with no implication that
> it is indeed at regular service intervals.

I'd lean toward the latter. It's no guarantee anyway - there could have
been some hideous fault with the car, fixed to a minimum standard, and
if the invoice isn't included in the bundle of docs then how would you
know?

My thou came with a full service history. An invoice for the first
service, five years previous. Wow.

--
ogden | gsxr1000 | rgv250

From: Steve on
On 9 July, 08:02, totallydeadmail...(a)yahoo.co.uk (The Older Gentleman)
wrote:

> Any other thoughts?

I think he can't be arsed answering your questions:
"If you are not sure either come and see the bike
and try it out or don't bid'
From: Spinning Spanners on
Given all of the above you need to go and view - end of. Agree the 1st
pic is not likely to be a pic of the current state of the bike (even
if it is the same bike). If it's with in an hour or two's drive, take
the (current bid) £1000 with you and see if he'll take it there and
then. If it's a shed and you explain you'll not be having it, unlikely
he'll neg you (if that matter to you).

cheers

SS
From: petrolcan on
In article <4ef15ddb-3d99-42e0-b523-c7b3b9890a9b(a)w12g2000yqj.googlegroups.com>,
Spinning Spanners says...
>
> Given all of the above you need to go and view - end of. Agree the 1st
> pic is not likely to be a pic of the current state of the bike (even
> if it is the same bike). If it's with in an hour or two's drive, take
> the (current bid) £1000 with you and see if he'll take it there and
> then. If it's a shed and you explain you'll not be having it, unlikely
> he'll neg you (if that matter to you).

Sellers can no longer leave negative feedback on ebay.


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