I'm a hummed moped kinda guy . I'll buy mopeds all day long under $100 . most of mine came along easy . First moped purchase was a pretty decent maxi mkII , just need a carb s clean and some tlc . Deal came with two basket case pacer ss tt's with mo1s . Ol dude at work hooked me up with a mg pal needing garage space. Paid $75 for all !
Another deal was a 79 year old dude I never met since Phil picked em up for me . Paid less then $200 including gas money for 5 express , 6 frames , 13 motors , 12 big boxes , and 3 buckets of parts , some nos too .
That took a while to get threw . Last one ,so I don't bore you too much . Struck a 5 minute deal with a neighbor of one of my pool customers for 3.8 amf roadmasters for $55 .
That being said , I paid $280 for my sweet magnum on eBay
$500 for 2 pa50 yellow hobbits nobody wanted on MA from nonmoped guy
$75 for an Urban Express jimmy snagged for me in another DEAL
City alderman gave me a free Urban express out da blue
Mark gave me Gloria intramotor also
Traded me a urban for a kinetic
Richard wheeled a trade in my favor involving a 80s Honda motorcycle, two urbans and a Puch AD , I got the AD
High school buddy abandoned a maxi , Peugeot 103, and a tomos dirtbike at my house .
I better stop
All these mopeds around me , all these moped deals , its just too much .
Missouri doesn't require any paperwork ..... So a title does less for me , if your state requires papers then the inclusion of a title jacks up the price a tad , maybe $100--$150 ? I value a Morton at $100-- $200 mo. dollars depending on condition .
In my opinion your deal is a little high but not too high depending on where in the country you live . $100--$200 moped in Mo. Is same as a $500--$700 moped in California .
You decide , 2012
Is it a deal , do you need this moped or will a better deal present itself ?
Rant over .
HOLY SHIT !!!!. Like 5 people posted since I started my reply . (edited)