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2005 Benelli on 2040-motos

US $6,500.00
YearYear:2005 MileageMileage:6 ColorColor: Silver/green

Lockport, New York, United States

Lockport, New York, United States
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Engine Size (cc)Engine Size (cc):900 WarrantyWarranty:Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty TypeType:Sport Bike For Sale ByFor Sale By:Private Seller

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First off, let me say that my experience trying to list this bike has been hair pulling. I don't know what's wrong with the eBay motors listing template but it took me an hour to get 3 pics uploaded. This is AFTER I had spent an hour taking photos of the bike from every angle and pictures of all of the accessories items/parts that go with it only to find out ebay will not let me use and upload  my pictures the way you normally would when listing on ebay and instead is forcing me to take pictures on the fly and upload them. make things even more annoying, it would continuously deny the uploaded picture. I have never had this problem listing any of my other items. I will continue to attempt take and upload photos, but the best way to see them is to msg me with your email address.

If you would like the full catalogue of pictures I have, please contact me through the ebay msg system and shoot me your email address, I will send you more pictures than your data plan will allow.

Update, here is a schlink to the complete goloogle drive folder with all photos of the bike and all parts and such discussed in this listing.

You'll need to add the Olde tyme http:// to the stinking Linkin because they won'the let me use it here in the listing.

This bike was purchased brand new in germany by a guy stationed there while in the Air Force. It was shipped back here with his belongings when he was discharged. I purchased the bike from him in 2011 with 1700 miles on it after he laid it down lightly in some gravel. I have kept the bike in this exact condition since I've owned it and obviously by the current mileage I haven't ridden it more than 1,000mi a season. 

Upon bringing the bike home, I ordered all of the updated parts it required from a benelli dealer in germany, (This includes: clutch basket and bearings, z25 gear, alternator drive cup and cushions, z25/alternator driven shaft, bellville washer and bolt, side cover gasket, as well as a few other pieces....all original parts will be included in sale)had them installed, and have ridden it since that time with only one problem which was a coil stick at about 4,000 miles. Oil has been changed every season (less than 1000 miles) with AMSoil full synthetic and hiflofiltro filter (one filter will be included with the sale).This bike has been a rock solid performer.
The only upgrades from stock have been a Leo Vince sbk titanium slip on exhaust, and a top notch Rk gold chain.

This bike is exceptionally clean, it looks new. The pictures I've been able to upload so far are not a good representation of the bike. The bike actually still smells like a new bike when you bring it in the garage after a know that smell?

The bike comes with a benelli branded ,fitted cover.
I will be including many extra parts, some used, some new.
Please,please contact me for the full catalogue of pictures. These pictures are not just of the bike but also all of the additional items included.....stock exhaust, cover, full shop manual in english, extra carbon fiber mount for the Leo Vince exhaust if you want to delete the passenger pegs, extra coil sticks (I replaced them all even though it only needed 1)and much more.

A lot of people say "head turner", "or "rare" when they're selling a this case that's actually true. Want proof?.....when was the last time you saw one of these?

This is not the newer "903" model. This is a 2005, number 00024, hand assembled by a two man team in Presaro Italy, BEFORE benelli was bought out by the chinese. I have never laid eyes another one in real life.

 Anyone who tries to tell you that you can't buy parts for this bike is an uneducated fool. Benelli has continued production of this model(albeit under chinese ownership) to this day. Parts are easily ordered through any European benelli dealer and the prices have actually fallen because of the chinese ownership mass producing them. Also, because of the mass production of the bike in the years following the chinese takeover.....many used parts are also available, as well as a number of aftermarket companies.

As to the body panels with damage......I'm 38 years old, been riding bikes my whole life and I am well versed in murphy's law. I never fixed the body panels because the bike still looks outstanding, even with the scratches. If I would have went out and gotten the new body panels it would have only been a few moments, nay....seconds before the bike sustained more damage either to the new body panels or to the opposite side. By circumventing murphy's law, the bike has stayed in immaculate condition and has never gotten so much as a scratch on it in all the years I've owned it.  Besides......I figured it gave an otherwise uppity looking bike some "street cred", lol. Seriously, nobody who sees the bike ever mentions the damage, they're too caught up with the rest of the bike.

Interested local parties are encouraged to come see the bike in person, I work from home and can show the bike anytime between 9am-11pm.

As for long distance buyers, I have no problem storing the bike for a few weeks, once paid for, while you arrange shipping or make your way out here to pick it up. If you choose to have it shipped I will prep the bike for shipment, box up all accessories, and take pics of the bike after being loaded so that you have some insurance as to what the bike looked like when it left my hands.

NOTE!! Mileage will increase slightly from the listed mileage because I will still be riding it until the weather here turns.

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