Judging by the area (and I know it well, and the usual suspects), and following the prices around here, the 800s is high. You'd be competing with Bill up in North Reading, and I wouldn't be the first person to say that his prices are a little too steep. Also, people have been mocking that guy on Craig's List who's been trying to sell a Motobecane for 650 (WHOLESALE! lol) for months. To be honest, I sold my Magnum for close to that amount, and she was in more than pristine condition with mods. That’s the big daddy rare bike for this area - know of less than 10 in the entire state that are on the road, and I can say with confidence it was the cleanest. Don’t undercut yourself by any means, but that price may be a bit much – if you want the best results though sell it on eBay with a reasonable reserve. Craig’s List yielded nothing for me, but a well listed item will sell right on eBay.
What I also recommend to people is trying to sell it on eBay with an unreasonable (unmentioned) reserve (read: $10,000). Let the auction run and see how much it goes for. Costs you maybe 10 bucks to list, but you get a real sense of what the market is doing, and what the demand is in the area for the bike. It also gives you exposure to a very large audience that Craig’s List just doesn’t provide for you. I sold my first moped outside an auction after they saw it on eBay.
Hope that helps, and glad you got some breh!