2000 BMW R1150GS $3200

  • $3,200
  • Published date: 09/04/2019
    • Seattle, Washington, United States

2000 BMW R1150GS
Classic BMW GS in great condition, always garage kept and ready for your next adventure. Factory ABS, power socket, side cases and heated grips. New battery, and tires replaced ~1000 miles ago. Also comes with skid plate, battery tender, Touratech steering stopper, kickstand footprint enlarger and cover. Almost perfect with exception to a tiny tank dent and small repaired front mud guard crack (see pictures). All maintenance done by Valentine over the last ~3 years and all prior work well documented. It's really a great bike, I just don't have the opportunity to ride it. Happy to answer any questions. Test drives welcomed with endorsement, insurance and cash in hand.
R 1150 GS 2000

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Buying a vehicle is not just a matter of money. It also requires a good previous investigation so that they do not give cat by hare. If instead of buying a new car, you decide to buy a used one from a private individual, these are the things you should consider and check with a mechanic before:
  • Tinsmith and paint
    - Check all corners of the car for rust, dents, new paint or damaged original paint. Paint debris and uneven colors could indicate that the car has suffered a major or minor accident.
  • Windows and doors
    - Raise and lower the windows, open and close the doors, trunk and chest. If a door does not close properly, there may be a simple mismatch, or the body and chassis may be out of order.
  • Rims
    - Make sure the tires have uneven wear, which may indicate that the suspension is worn. New tires in a used car can hide a serious problem; the shock absorbers may be damaged or the wheels misaligned.
  • Shock absorbers
    - Test them by pressing each corner of the vehicle several times and release it; If it bounces more than twice, you may need new shock absorbers.
  • Engine leaks
    - Check for possible liquid leaks. If it is not due to a crack or a defective seal, a leak may indicate lack of maintenance. Check the engine oil, if the dipstick is impregnated with a blackish mud, this indicates carelessness; If there is water or foam, it is a sign that there is a crack in the engine block.
  • Trunk
    - See if there is rust in the trunk; there must be a hydraulic jack and a spare tire. Excessive wear could indicate that heavy objects have been loaded.
  • Brakes
    - Press the brake pedal; if it sinks too much or to the bottom, there is a failure in the hydraulic system. If the brakes feel spongy, it indicates that there is air in the system.

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