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Hi there.
2008 EN500 I want to pass this bike along to the next rider. (The girl decided that she is not going to be a rider after all)
What is the best way to sell it? I am not on FaceBook but maybe I should be.
The bike has 2300 original miles. Clean title. I went through it after I got it and it has new coolant and oil, etc.

Extras:
Paper service manual and Owners manual.
Digital PDF copies of the Service manual and owners manual.
I have a Kawasaki OEM windshield that I never fitted.
I have a new set or crash bars (good ones) that I did not fit.
I have a set of cast wheels and the speedometer drive gear to convert the bike to tubeless tires.

Gear maybe.
A new unworn IXS brand (Swiss made, good stuff) CE armored jacket. (Womens L)

The low weight, nice smooth quiet parallel twin, low seat height make this a great bik.e
I would like it to go to a good home.

I have a trailer and could possibly deliver it for someone.
It is getting a bit late in the season up north.

Do I list it on Craigslist, Facebook Marketplace, Cycle Trader? What else?
Do I offer the extras here separately?
Thanks,
Kevin
 

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Craigslist is where I'd list.
Its up to you what you let go with it.
Might be easier to offer items to buyer first. Not sure of market if you sell them separately.
Could also try on here to sell items!
 

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Craigslist is an option but you can run into a lot of flakes. Be prepared for low ball offers and people that say they'll show up to take a look but never show, etc. It's possible you might get some scam artists working you... "I'll send you a check and my agent will pick it up, etc., etc., etc. If you get replies using generic references rather than the specifics of the listing, e.g. "I'm interested in your item", and that sort of thing there's a good chance it's a scammer.
 
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