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2008retiredplb
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FOR SALE 2001 GL1800

Post by 2008retiredplb » Thu Apr 14, 2011 9:06 pm



FOR SALE
2001 Pearl Blue GL1800 GoldWing with unique Ghost Eagle artwork by ScareCrow. Can be seen on his website. 


Does have some extras on it in addition to artwork: 
Progressive front fork springs like Wingstuff #TR771521  $84.99
2 piece allumium belly pan like Wingstuff #AOBP2  $39.99
Show Chrome Fog Lights Wingstuff #BB52704  $169.99
Kuryakyn #4050 Ergo cruise pegs  $199.99
Kuryakyn #7303 LED Chrome front fender accents $83.99 
Kuryakyn #3201 & #3202 Lighted trunk and saddlebag moldings  $189.99 + $249.99
Kuryakyn #7354 Front fender extender  $31.99
Kuryakyn #7316 Fairing Light II  $83.99
Kuryakyn #6251 Universal throttle rocker  $11.99
Heated Grips W/comfort grips. unknown brand 
Passenger Armrests, Add On brand  #AO18673818K $144.99
Hondaline Passenger Audio control #HO-6610604                   $139.99
Wired for heated clothing (Gerbing's) 
Hondaline CB radio & antenna #HO-CBRADIOKIT  $713.99
Rivco Handlebar Illumination kit #GL18001  $139.95
Lighted Caliper reflectors like Wingstuff #AO18625A         $33.99
Baker Hand Wings, Wingstuff #BAH18HWCC  $44.99
New Std. Windscreen W/vent, summer 2008 approximately $250.00 
 
Tires Dunlop Elite, 3 rear tire 180/70RHR16 this is a larger tire than standard (it corrects speedometer, but raises bike about one inch), Front, Dunlop Elite 3 130/70HR18. 50% wear left.  $335.99

Brake pads changed summer 2008. Hondaline #HO-Multi (Complete set 2 front 1 rear)  $143.68

Part numbers are of actual parts in most cases, or of similar parts in those where actual brand or number is unknown. Prices are current new part prices. 

Bike has been garage kept and is in very good condition. I use AmsOil full synthetic motorcycle oil with Honda filter. Oil & filter changed at 5000 mile intervals 
Asking $9750. 

I put a new battery in it last fall, as it was getting weak. If you are looking for a great deal (less than Half price of new 2010 $22,899 MSRP, and you get extras, including the artwork and installation worth over $4000.00 purchased new) on a great looking bike.

More photos available with request.

Gene Shields
grsbiker2001@comcast.net
Email for more information or questions.
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Side view, a couple of things shown in photo, have been transfered to my new bike.
Side view, a couple of things shown in photo, have been transfered to my new bike.


Ghost Eagle on trunk.
Ghost Eagle on trunk.



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2001 GL1800
1998 1100 Honda Shadow ACE
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Re: FOR SALE 2001 GL1800

Post by 2008retiredplb » Mon May 02, 2011 7:29 am

SOLD
Sorry to anyone interested in this 2001 GL1800. It has been sold.
2008retiredplb wrote:FOR SALE
2001 Pearl Blue GL1800 GoldWing with unique Ghost Eagle artwork by ScareCrow. Can be seen on his website.
http://www.scarecrowart.com/images/imag ... agbike.jpg

Does have some extras on it in addition to artwork:
Progressive front fork springs like Wingstuff #TR771521 $84.99
2 piece allumium belly pan like Wingstuff #AOBP2 $39.99
Show Chrome Fog Lights Wingstuff #BB52704 $169.99
Kuryakyn #4050 Ergo cruise pegs $199.99
Kuryakyn #7303 LED Chrome front fender accents $83.99
Kuryakyn #3201 & #3202 Lighted trunk and saddlebag moldings $189.99 + $249.99
Kuryakyn #7354 Front fender extender $31.99
Kuryakyn #7316 Fairing Light II $83.99
Kuryakyn #6251 Universal throttle rocker $11.99
Heated Grips W/comfort grips. unknown brand
Passenger Armrests, Add On brand #AO18673818K $144.99
Hondaline Passenger Audio control #HO-6610604 $139.99
Wired for heated clothing (Gerbing's)
Hondaline CB radio & antenna #HO-CBRADIOKIT $713.99
Rivco Handlebar Illumination kit #GL18001 $139.95
Lighted Caliper reflectors like Wingstuff #AO18625A $33.99
Baker Hand Wings, Wingstuff #BAH18HWCC $44.99
New Std. Windscreen W/vent, summer 2008 approximately $250.00

Tires Dunlop Elite, 3 rear tire 180/70RHR16 this is a larger tire than standard (it corrects speedometer, but raises bike about one inch), Front, Dunlop Elite 3 130/70HR18. 50% wear left. $335.99

Brake pads changed summer 2008. Hondaline #HO-Multi (Complete set 2 front 1 rear) $143.68

Part numbers are of actual parts in most cases, or of similar parts in those where actual brand or number is unknown. Prices are current new part prices.

Bike has been garage kept and is in very good condition. I use AmsOil full synthetic motorcycle oil with Honda filter. Oil & filter changed at 5000 mile intervals
Asking $9750.

I put a new battery in it last fall, as it was getting weak. If you are looking for a great deal (less than Half price of new 2010 $22,899 MSRP, and you get extras, including the artwork and installation worth over $4000.00 purchased new) on a great looking bike.

More photos available with request.

Gene Shields
grsbiker2001@comcast.net
Email for more information or questions.
"Love to ride and ride to love"

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Re: FOR SALE 2001 GL1800

Post by ComputerAid » Tue May 24, 2011 3:26 pm

Pardon me for being so nosey, but would you be willing to declare what it sold for in the end - curious as to the value of similar bike.
Thanks

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Re: FOR SALE 2001 GL1800

Post by roboted » Sat Mar 24, 2018 11:12 pm

Hi
My Name is Ted Shuster, I just bought a 2008 Goldwing, with 2685 miles on in Watertown CT the Sat. after Thanksgiving and rode it home to San Diego in 5 days. I noticed that the speedometer was off about 6 miles per hour, so I am thinking of putting 180/70-16 tire on the rear. After seeing your add looks like you have done that, I was wondering if you had any issues with like the tire ever hitting the rear fender or anything? I am 79 now but I put lots of miles on my bikes I have been riding Honda ST1300 and put over 140,000 miles on it in 6 years. I plan to put the Titling Motor Works, trike kit on this Goldwing. Nine hundred plus pounds is a lot for and old man to handle.
Is there any advice you could give me on the Larger tire size?

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2001 GL1800
1998 1100 Honda Shadow ACE
1972 Honda CL450

Re: FOR SALE 2001 GL1800

Post by 2008retiredplb » Sun Mar 25, 2018 3:55 pm

roboted wrote:
Sat Mar 24, 2018 11:12 pm
Hi
My Name is Ted Shuster, I just bought a 2008 Goldwing, with 2685 miles on in Watertown CT the Sat. after Thanksgiving and rode it home to San Diego in 5 days. I noticed that the speedometer was off about 6 miles per hour, so I am thinking of putting 180/70-16 tire on the rear. After seeing your add looks like you have done that, I was wondering if you had any issues with like the tire ever hitting the rear fender or anything? I am 79 now but I put lots of miles on my bikes I have been riding Honda ST1300 and put over 140,000 miles on it in 6 years. I plan to put the Titling Motor Works, trike kit on this Goldwing. Nine hundred plus pounds is a lot for and old man to handle.
Is there any advice you could give me on the Larger tire size?
You are right about the speedometer being off, I found it to be about 8 to 10% off. The 180/70-16 rear tire will lift the bike about one inch. It will take a short time to get used to the tire and how it handles. At first it feels like it rolls the tire sideways just a bit but you will get used to it very quickly. It does correct the speedometer to almost right on.
In 2016 I converted my two wheeler to a Roadsmith Trike. Very happy with the ride and now the wife rides a bit more on it.


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