not parting out
why so cheap? a top tank derbi is non-existent where i live. this would be $1800...easy
Because it's not finished and if you add up all the parts it is not worth $1400
it’s a fair price and will include extra pieces (good chance to customize a solid bike but does need time and $ to finish)
Derbi parts like these are worth the $, but not everyone sees the value the same and that’s ok.
i wish i had this.
free delivery for you
> RingringBANG ! Wrote:
> i wish i had this.
i wish you had it too.
I’d love to see it go to you Devin!
Wish you’d be willing to sell without the motor, but such is life. PM me if you change your mind about not parting out, glws!
YOU could sell the motor
Not trying to criticize but you could probably reach more people if you provided any information about what you’re selling!! ~GLWS~
It’s true, this is a terrible for sale post
This is a “hybrid” project that obviously needs some more time and $. It would really be a great opportunity for someone looking to customize a solid, rare, top tank moped.
As it sits the original frame was from a Sachs G3 (with parts cut + custom parts added)
Front end is from a Tomos revival
engine is from a stock low low mileage Derbi ds50 flatreed
rear wheel is old NOS from BJ and Handybikes era..
If you are seriously interested please send me a message and I can give further details.
I can include pedal arms, extra clutch bell, seat, chain, etc. but it is not 100% running and there is no title rn.
Thanks for reading!
used Gianelli hiboy exhaust included
I would want this in about 6 months. Rn my wallet can't take another beating...
How much for the tank?
Please read the original post
Oh oops haha, if you so ended to partying it out late me know about the tank glws
back to school..
Here’s why the price is what it is
200 front end
300 engine and swingarm
300 exhaust and extra parts
intake/belt/clutchbell/variator/extra Derbi spoke front wheel
Does that mean your ready to part it out or just justification to the price?
When has a moped ever been worth the total sum of their parts?
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