oh man alright, i thought since the bike is in great condition and that many miles
No disrespect intended, and you may find a buyer who thinks as you do... buyers with a bit more experience will have discovered the following:
Extremely low miles almost always means that the bike has been sitting without moving for some number of years..... that's a recipe for clogged fuel lines, bad seals on forks, sticky chain links, rust in the fuel tank, problems with the brakes from corrosion caused by the water in the fluid.
The tires, and pretty much any rubber line on the bike will all have become brittle due to age alone.
The battery is likely shot from sitting at zero charge for an extended period.
Critters could have moved into the exhaust or air box.
Electrical switches will have become unresponsive...
All of this can be corrected with time and money..... but a pretty bike that doesn't run well is a two wheeled sailboat. A hole into which you pour money. that's why the asking price will likely not be met.... the buyer should factor in all of the parts and labor to make the bike safe to operate.
If you have documentation to show that all of the areas of concern have been addressed, you can ask the sort of money you would like to get out of the bike.
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