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Old 24 Oct 2010
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Need to buy in Santiago, Chile

Hi all!

I'm going to be in Santiago around the mid of December and want to buy a new or used there for up to aprox usd5000.
I'd appreciate if there's anyone can help in that!

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Hi Zarou

What can of bike do you expect to buy ?
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Buy in Santiago...

Hi!

I want the one that's able to ride from Chile up to Mexico. That's the plan I have and as soon as don't expect to sell it in Mexico for a reasonable money (or even to sell it at all) I've limited the buying price. So if there's a working stuff with two wheels and engine between - it's ok
But if there's a choice I'd prefer Honda or an old BMW. However it's all flexible including the price.

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try here:

Ventas de Motos

and you don't say what tipe of bike are you looking for.

I assume you speak Spanish


buenas rutas
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Buy in Santiago

Hi!

Thanks for the link. I don't speak Spanish but it's ok, I can understand. I've just searched it and there are not a lot offers in Metropolitana.

What about the type of the bike - I'd prefer tourist class (Africa Transalp GS etc). All are subject to talk, however!

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Honda TransalP 600

Hi,
I am going to have a trip in December/January to Argentina and Chile with my Honda Transalp 600, red flame coloured wonderful!
The bike has 33.000Km and after my trip it will have more or less 10.000 Km more and it has been produced in 1999.
After the trip I will sell it , as I would like to avoid to pay the shipping expenses back to Europe
In case you ae interested please contact me even by pm

P.S.: The bike has Italian plate so It has to be investigated how paperwork has to be done for property transfer to your home country
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Hi!

Thanks for the link. I don't speak Spanish but it's ok, I can understand. I've just searched it and there are not a lot offers in Metropolitana.

What about the type of the bike - I'd prefer tourist class (Africa Transalp GS etc). All are subject to talk, however!

Regards,
Roman
Hi, I am Juan from Chile, actually I am living in Paris for a while, the problem is that in chile the bikes , in general, second hand o brand new, are extremely expensive. USD 5,000, means close to CLP 2.400.000 . As a way as advice, If you expect purchase bike in Chile, you should bring with you a transmision kit, and you can install in Stgo.

I am sending you some bike that I found according to your budget.


Chileautos: Kawasaki Klr 650 KLR 1997 $2.250.000
Chileautos: Honda Dominator 650 1991 $2.500.000


Don't hesitate to ask me uif you need something

best Regads

Juan

Last edited by larrychile; 5 Nov 2010 at 14:09. Reason: mistake
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V-Strom for sale in Buenos Aires


2007 Suzuki V-Strom DL650 ABS (Grey)


Location: Buenos Aires, Argentina.


Approx 36,000 miles, fully accessorized, and ready for your next adventure tour!

I'm the original owner and am selling it because I can't legally keep it in Argentina any longer* - I've tried.

Go to Untitled for complete details.
Go to Santa Barbara to Buenos Aires (and beyond) for complete history.

Asking $6,000 (dollars).

Contact Nick at (8 zero 5) 895-0341 or email: nick.neuburger@gmail.com

I'm in California now, heading down later this month. I could easily meet you in Chile if you're intested and the bike is still available.


Suerte!



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Hi all!

I'm going to be in Santiago around the mid of December and want to buy a new or used there for up to aprox usd5000.
I'd appreciate if there's anyone can help in that!

Regards
USD $ 5000 you're not going to buy anything in Chile that allows you to travel according to your proyect.Starting Chile bikes are quite expensive such year 2007-8 HONDA Transalp 650 $ 10.0000 usd
If you need more information about this topic or other things my mail is ventas@esrmotos.cl. I am a Honda dealer in Valdivia. Chile



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Hi, I am Juan from Chile, actually I am living in Paris for a while, the problem is that in chile the bikes , in general, second hand o brand new, are extremely expensive. USD 5,000, means close to CLP 2.400.000 . As a way as advice, If you expect purchase bike in Chile, you should bring with you a transmision kit, and you can install in Stgo.

I am sending you some bike that I found according to your budget.


Chileautos: Kawasaki Klr 650 KLR 1997 $2.250.000
Chileautos: Honda Dominator 650 1991 $2.500.000


Don't hesitate to ask me uif you need something

best Regads

Juan
To larrychile:
Juan thanks for the links. I've searched chileauto.cl again by myself and found Africa Twin for an appropriate price. I think it's better option than Kawa even if it's a bit older. It's old good AFRICA however! )
But I got a problem to contact the seller. The site requires me to enter RUT number into the message form but that's the thing I don't have. I'd appreciate if you can help me to contact that guy. Here's the link: Chileautos: Honda africa twin 1989 $2.300.000

Thanks in advance!
Roman
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