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2002 Fat Boy. What’s it worth?

Old 02-02-2020, 11:27 AM
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Default 2002 Fat Boy. What’s it worth?

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2002 Hayley Fat Boy.
1550 Screamin Eagle
Scare Crow custom paint.
Removable windshield, sissy bar, and saddle bags.
7650 miles








Old 02-02-2020, 11:29 AM
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I also have all the stock parts that were replaced with chrome. Including wheels, slip on exhaust, swing arm, etc.
Old 02-02-2020, 11:34 AM
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$1000 less in February than June and $200 more than November.

Good luck with your sale
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Originally Posted by jcassara View Post
$1000 less in February than June and $200 more than November.

Good luck with your sale
What a perfect answer.
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$7500-$9500 depending on how long you want to wait. IMO
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Originally Posted by PeteH View Post
$7500-$9500 depending on how long you want to wait. IMO
Great return on an $18000 plus investment.
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Well there's a garage queen!

Only odd part on there is the 2003 anniversary edition badge on the back of the mini sissy bar. (the 2003 models had a belt across the tank...very slight increase in value for those anniversary 2003 models)

I'd wager you'd get 7,500 pretty easy, possibly 8,500.
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Originally Posted by tnhntr View Post
Great return on an $18000 plus investment.
How many 18 year old cars sell for half what they were new?

Nice to see the THT intelligencia shitting on this guys bike . . .
Old 02-02-2020, 12:43 PM
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Originally Posted by RIDE2GETHER View Post
How many 18 year old cars sell for half what they were new?

Nice to see the THT intelligencia shitting on this guys bike . . .
Except an 18 yo car likely has more the 100k miles...

The used bike market for Harley is in the tank.. Heck the new market for Harley is in the tank.
https://www.cnbc.com/2019/07/23/harl...s-q2-2019.html

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Originally Posted by BadgerS View Post
Except an 18 yo car likely has more the 100k miles...

The used bike market for Harley is in the tank.. Heck the new market for Harley is in the tank.
https://www.cnbc.com/2019/07/23/harl...s-q2-2019.html
The post I replied to was regarding the BAD investment of only retaining half its value over 18 years and asking what cars do as well. The likelihood a car may have 100k miles is irrelevant unless your point is that a 2002 car is a trashed out POS.
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My uncle just scored one $4500.00
yours a little more with the custom stuff...guessing $6G
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I paid $9,500 for this in 04 and put $3G more into it during the high times....still got er....just looking at her makes me happy...my dream bike. Riding today is scary...people on the phones and stuff
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Bad time of year. Wait till late spring and list it. With those miles I wouldnt be surprised to see 9k.
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yea I think if you got 6k for it you would be doing good.
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Lucky to get 6
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I just sold my 2002 fxdx- dyna sport with 7k on it for $6500 took a week, first guy who looked at it and this was in dec. in Ohio.
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Well, 4-5 year old Fat Boys with the same mileage and a fuel injected 103 are going for just under $10, so you’re going to have to find the right buyer. Around here $5500. It's too old to finance, so you’ll have to find a cash buyer.

Tough times for all bikes now as a lot of younger guys are not taking up riding, much less driving. It’s to hard to get screen time in and also hit the vape while both hands are occupied and then you have to deal with shifting it manually...

I’m guilty of having owned many bikes and currently have a 2016 Road Glide. It’s worth about 2/3 of what I paid. If it’s worth $5k after 18 years I would be happy.

No body is standing in line to buy them, or any motorcycles, anymore. Harley dealers make money selling clothes and decals to people who will never own one. The other brand dealers make money selling ATVs.

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5k. Own a used motorcycle shop in Sarasota. We ride year round. Harley prices in the crapper. Got 4 harleys priced at $500 over wholesale, nothing but crickets.
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Originally Posted by JKBrad View Post
Well, 4-5 year old Fat Boys with the same mileage and a fuel injected 103 are going for just under $10, so you’re going to have to find the right buyer. Around here $5500. It's too old to finance, so you’ll have to find a cash buyer.

Tough times for all bikes now as a lot of younger guys are not taking up riding, much less driving. It’s to hard to get screen time in and also hit the vape while both hands are occupied and then you have to deal with shifting it manually...

I’m guilty of having owned many bikes and currently have a 2016 Road Glide. It’s worth about 2/3 of what I paid. If it’s worth $5k after 18 years I would be happy.

No body is standing in line to buy them, or any motorcycles, anymore. Harley dealers make money selling clothes and decals to people who will never own one. The other brand dealers make money selling ATVs.
Except BMW- I think Harley just missed the market with the same old formula. The Pan America and Livewire are a bit late to market. Ducati, Triumph, BMW are all doing well in the "Adventure" bike market. It is still an image, you have to be superman to take a 1250GSA off road. I like the riding position, comfort, ride, power and tech on my 2016GSA.. BMW touts ABS, HD tried to hide it.. That is just one example of their missing the market. BMW/KTM/Ducati ABS is lean sensitive, all the bikes have traction control, hill hold etc.
https://www.rideapart.com/articles/3...s-eight-years/
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I hear you all. I figured I would get $8-9000. Unfortunately I bought this bike at the height of the Harley frenzy. I think it was $30k already customized. Luckily I had the cash and a heated garage to store it in for the Wisconsin winters.

Maybe I will bring it down to Florida and keep riding it? It is getting more dangerous to ride with all the texting going on.

You guys think the market is better in Florida than Wisconsin?

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