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Z900 Z1000 rear fender Euro

#1 PostAuthor: Sgt.Pinback » Tue Feb 11, 2020 5:08 pm

Selling a used rear fender for Z900, Z1000, long Euro version, complete with reflector/bracket, rear light with rubber etc.
So p & p.

All in good, usable condition. The chrome has some spots where the licence plate is. Hardly be seen with licence plate mounted.

Inside some surface rust espec. on the bracket. Otherwise I gave it 1/2 hour TLC with Nigel´s fab. stuff.
Still some mud and grease there but good given its age.

Asking EURO 275 incl. shipping cost in our great European Union :wink:

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Re: Z900 Z1000 rear fender Euro

#2 PostAuthor: Sgt.Pinback » Tue Feb 11, 2020 5:10 pm

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Re: Z900 Z1000 rear fender Euro

#3 PostAuthor: RALPHARAMA » Wed Feb 12, 2020 1:52 pm

Looks as if the chrome is pretty perforated. Given you viewed Z1AMOS's Z1A as a restoration project worth only six grand, I would have thought that you have some front to polish the rust of a rusty old mud guard and than ask top dollar. Looking at the cost of re-chroming this part which will leave the metal really thin after polishing out the corrosion I would think it had a value of about thirty quid.

I would have let this go, had I not just read your rudeness about someone's pride and joy they were doubtless reluctant to sell. If he was being unrealistic with his asking price the lack of punters waving money at him will show that. You , however, have spammed up a corroded old part to look better than it is and affixed a big price to it.

I suggest you re-read the thread about Z1AMOS's Z1A in club For Sale. You weren't the only one, but your rudeness stood out from a load of bile. His bike may not be a perfect original, minter. but if it had been it would fetch more money. It's not your place to value his bike. The bike is worth what someone is willing to pay.
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Re: Z900 Z1000 rear fender Euro

#4 PostAuthor: Sgt.Pinback » Wed Feb 12, 2020 2:01 pm

RALPHARAMA wrote:Looks as if the chrome is pretty perforated. Given you viewed Z1AMOS's Z1A as a restoration project worth only six grand, I would have thought that you have some front to polish the rust of a rusty old mud guard and than ask top dollar. Looking at the cost of re-chroming this part which will leave the metal really thin after polishing out the corrosion I would think it had a value of about thirty quid.

I would have let this go, had I not just read your rudeness about someone's pride and joy they were doubtless reluctant to sell. If he was being unrealistic with his asking price the lack of punters waving money at him will show that. You , however, have spammed up a corroded old part to look better than it is and affixed a big price to it.

I suggest you re-read the thread about Z1AMOS's Z1A in club For Sale. You weren't the only one, but your rudeness stood out from a load of bile. His bike may not be a perfect original, minter. but if it had been it would fetch more money. It's not your place to value his bike. The bike is worth what someone is willing to pay.
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Re: Z900 Z1000 rear fender Euro

#5 PostAuthor: Bill P » Wed Feb 12, 2020 7:12 pm

don't hold back Ralph :lol:
as for your great European Union sgt pinback :downt

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Re: Z900 Z1000 rear fender Euro

#6 PostAuthor: bedlow1 » Fri Feb 14, 2020 6:18 pm

last month i had a long mudguard restored the 2 reflector holes were filled in and then the whole thing chromed by marque restore it cost £260. Nice job but ouch. At least it was my mudguard and i didnt have to buy one aswell.
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Re: Z900 Z1000 rear fender Euro

#7 PostAuthor: ADRIAN H » Sun Feb 16, 2020 11:25 am

Sgt.Pinback wrote: Asking EURO 275 incl. shipping cost in our great European Union :wink:


Bit over priced, rechrome it and stick it back on at 300 euros, you should sell.

Not sure what you mean about great European Union ? This subject has no place motorcycle forum.
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Re: Z900 Z1000 rear fender Euro

#8 PostAuthor: Sgt.Pinback » Wed Feb 19, 2020 7:27 am

Followed the advice and spent some more minutes on cleaning with quick glow.

Fender is sold.


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Re: Z900 Z1000 rear fender Euro

#9 PostAuthor: kev edwards » Wed Feb 19, 2020 2:57 pm

To me the fender is just scrap, i never liked those long things way back in 73 when i saw my first Z1, and this member tries to sell everything at silly prices, and as for the Z1Amos issue it appears the two post's he made as a member was just to try and flog the bike, which on a personal basis i think was way overpriced.

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Re: Z900 Z1000 rear fender Euro

#10 PostAuthor: Ultim8pc » Thu Feb 20, 2020 11:32 am

Glad to hear that Quick-Glo cleaned it up nicely.
As regards price, I'd say that the OP is selling at a fairly standard price for those. And it comes with a completer rear light assembly and the little reflector and bracket (which are usually missing). Not to everyone's taste, I agree.
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