FS: BMW K1200S [MY2005]

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FS: BMW K1200S [MY2005]

Postby oztim » Thu Apr 02, 2015 1:24 am

Regretful sale of my trusty German steed, as family responsibility means I can only keep 1 bike at a time (currently owns 1 sports and 1 sports tourer).

1 private owner since new, all scheduled services/maintenance done by BMW workshop. Loaded with $$$$$ of options and after market parts. Full service history with detailed receipts/reports for every service/maintenance (on top of log book with service stamps). Being the only owner to date means that I get notified of all factory recalls and have them fixed timely.

This is priced for hassle free quick sale at $8,900, excellent value for a bike that has ABS, electronic suspension adjustment, heated hand grip, and a meticulous no expense spared maintenance regime. Plus $$$$ of factory options and quality after market parts. Only high grade 98 Octane fuel was used in its entire life (normally requires only 95 octane). Redbook private prices for this model in the standard trim range between $11,300 - $13,400.

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Go to ad on Bikesales: "http://www.bikesales.com.au/private/SSE-AD-3249065/2005-BMW-K-1200-S?cr=0&psq=%28%28%28%28Make%3D[BMW]%29%26%28Model%3D[K%201200%20S]%29%29%26%28State%3D[WA]%29%29%26%28%28%28%28%28SiloType%3D[Brand%20new%20bikes%20available]%29|%28SiloType%3D[Brand%20new%20bikes%20in%20stock]%29%29|%28SiloType%3D[Dealer%20used%20bikes]%29%29|%28SiloType%3D[Demo%20%26%20near%20new%20bikes]%29%29|%28SiloType%3D[Private%20used%20bikes]%29%29%29%26%28Service%3D[Bikesales]%29&pso=0&pss=Premium"
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Re: FS: BMW K1200S [MY2005]

Postby oztim » Mon Apr 13, 2015 11:38 pm

New price for a quick hassle free sale: $9,900

This is excellent value considers it still looks and runs like a dream, just had a new timing chain, cam chain guard and chain tensioner fitted this year (cost $2000 include labour). These are premptive maintainance to extend the life of the engine.
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Re: FS: BMW K1200S [MY2005]

Postby oztim » Mon May 04, 2015 11:24 pm

Price is reduced to $9,500!
This is trade in price according to Redbook (I have already bought another bike so nothing to trade in).
Great value as it also comes with options and quality after market parts galore.
Major service and high ticket items have been taken care of in the last 12 months, as recent as 2 months ago.
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Re: FS: BMW K1200S [MY2005]

Postby oztim » Sun May 17, 2015 3:49 pm

New price updated for a quick sale: $8900
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Re: FS: BMW K1200S [MY2005]

Postby oztim » Mon Oct 05, 2015 11:24 pm

Now back on the market in time for spring/summer. Rego just renewed to end of Sep 2016!

Big ticket maintenance items likely required for most K1200S's at this age have been taken care of within the last 12 months (some as recent as 1-2 months ago). Consumables such as engine oil, brake fluid and battery have been replaced. Therefore over $4,000 of expenses that you no longer worry about:
- Major service done,
- Replaced clutch assembly,
- Replaced oil pump,
- Replaced new fuel pump,
- Replaced new timing chain,
- Replaced new battery,
- Installed new cam chain jump guard (was not on original K1200S's),
- Installed new chain tensioner (was not on original K1200S's), and
- Renewed long registration (end Sep 2016).

For only $8,800 ONO
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Re: FS: BMW K1200S [MY2005]

Postby oztim » Thu Oct 22, 2015 4:15 pm

Back on the market at only $8,500 ONO
Runs and looks beautifully.
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Re: FS: BMW K1200S [MY2005]

Postby oztim » Mon Nov 02, 2015 10:23 pm

Funny how the ad was on for many months with few interest, and when interest happens, it happens in a flurry within 2 weeks. Funnier is that a big bike with massive power attracted most interest from blokes in their 40s, 50s and 60s (who says guys slow down with age?). Funnier still is that the 40s bloke, the youngest, walked away saying it is too much bike and power for him, while the older blokes had big grins when they took their helmets off. Funniest is that the final bidder and purchaser was the eldest of the lot, in his 60s, soon to retire and ride into the sunset, his previous bike was a full cruiser with floorboard shifter no less.
The bike is now * SOLD * pending fund clearance.
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