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Hey everyone! I just joined the forums and am currently in the market for an 87-00 Banshee.

 

I am in Southern California and all the quads that I am finding are at least $1800. Nada and KBB are pricing late 80's early 90's at about $700-$1000.

 

I know it's riding season out here which bumps the price up a bit. But I think $1800-$2500 for an '87 or a '91 is way too much. Also, I am looking at bikes that are as stock as possible. I don't mind a desert tank or an exhaust, but I'm not looking for a drag bike or anything heavily modded.

 

So, what do you guys think?

 

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Ya, NADA and KBB will not give accurate values on quads, the local market will show this.

Most J-Arm banshees will be around 2K in good condition. An a-arm banshee will be over 2500 in good condition.  There is very little difference in a-arm banshees through the years, so year doesn't matter too much.  

If you think 1800-2500 is too much for a banshee, don't buy one. You will figure out quickly that 2500 is nothing when it comes to banshees. 

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Fuck.. No cheap way of having a banshee..


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Thanks for all of the replies so far. I am fine with paying a bit for a Banshee, I just didn't want to get stiffed. I've been out of the game for almost 10 years, never owned a Banshee though. Looking forward to getting one as they are too fun.

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got my 95 for 1900 but it was pos. dropped about 1k to get it running ok. Plastics are trash and no shiny parts still.

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Fuck even the doesn't run needs top end, $1500 here

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