2007 Triumph Daytona 675, Babied, 3500 miles

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  1. PWALL

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    Guys,

    I am helping my girlfriend sell her 2007 Triumph Daytona 675. Now that i have an old man Multistrada 1200s she likes to ride on the back and she just got a new car so that is that. Her Dad bought it brand new from i90 motorsports in Issaquah. Routinely serviced, common regulator issue fixed already, never ridden hard. Everyone says they didn't ride their street bikes hard and it is usually BS, but this actually has never been thrashed. No track days or anything. It hasn't even gone through a set of tires. The bike has been lowered 1/2 inch by i90 (so she can put her heels down) and has an adjustable kickstand installed. Other than that and a shiny new voltage regulator (this model year came with a non MOSFET regulator that caused all kinds of issues) the only thing that isn't stock is the running lights were replaced with expensive v-led led units for visibility (pictured). The bike is essentially brand new. No scratches or anything. Price is $7100.00 OBO we are motivated to sell but not rushed enough to entertain low-ballers. If you like it we can talk. No test rides without cash in hand and a motorcycle endorsement.

    I have only ever ridden it around the block but i can tell you it is an awesome machine. It is rare you find one that has been ridden so gently so few times and is also well taken care of.

    EDIT: Regarding the sale itself, my girlfriend's dad has processed a title transfer in her name that should come in within a week or so. Until then let me know I will update as soon as we have it in hand. Sorry I wouldn't have posted if i knew it was not yet title-in-hand.

    Let me know what you think. If you are interested PM me or post and we will go from there. Thank you for looking. Oh first 2 pics are pre-adjustable kickstand and lowering. 8)

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  2. mehoff636

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    fyi....you can't sell it until you get the title in the mail... going to the DMV wont do any good.... they can't help you
     
  3. PWALL

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    You know i just was doing some research on that and i believe you are correct. It should come soon I will update as soon as it is in hand. I didn't realize they hadn't completed the transfer when i originally posted...my fault!

    If anyone is interested please feel free to let me know. Thanks for the patience as I am stuck in the middle. I only posted because I know it would make a great bike for someone on here.
     
  4. Red Label Moto

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    Sage advice however not entirely true. Once a title is "imaged" a person can legally release interest in the vehicle and sell it. If this title is truly 1 week from appearing in the mailbox, "imaging" has already happened.

    Looks like a nice machine. How long has she owned it?

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  5. mehoff636

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    well personally i tried to do this once buying a trailer... they said we had to wait for it to come in the mail
     
  6. PWALL

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    She's going by the DMV Monday to see what the status is. Red her dad bought it new and only rode it a few times due to cancer. So she has basically put the majority of those miles on it.
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