Do people still want the lower fairing kits for these bikes in America?
I understand its taboo to do "testing waters" and so I'm not listing this yet because I can't figure out if anyone would even care.
I unfortunately have to sell my Vstrom 1000. I bought it new in 09, and It has only 2500 miles on it, and I have only about 500 miles on the lower fairing. I had to find someone who speaks french to order it from outside of the country in order to get it here stateside. I know some other people are interested in these, but I don't know if its "worth" trying to remove it, sell it separately, and some how try to figure out how to ship it... or if I should just include it with the bike for no value.
When I bought it, these were in high demand but were getting hard to find. I bought it new and painted it '06 red. I saw one listed on Ebay though brand new with 0 buyers for a while, and the guy was only asking $240 for it. The only problem is its in Poland... I'm sure its worth my time if I can sell it for about the same amount, but if he can't move it NEW..
So this is my question:
Is anyone still interested in these lower fairings? Does it make sense to try to remove it and sell it, or is it a waste of time?
I'm in Southwest ohio which is relatively devoid of Vstrom owners.. haha.
A farkle a day keeps retirement away!
Other rides: Ferrari 360 Spider, 2nd Gen z28 Camaro, FRC600 Electric sportbike, Porsche Cayenne, Cadillac CTS Performance
Vstrom 1000: Twin Bros pipes, Powercommander III, JVM Concept lower fairing, bestem trunk, frame sliders, swing arm spools, loobman oiler, grip puppies, heated grips, risers, handlebars, compass and radar detector, and probably some other stuff I missed.