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i found a banshee for sale for 750 bucks, has bzm crank, zocchi clutch, bzm reeds, reed block and delorto carb. and the guy bought it when the first banshee was available in the us. is 750 a good price or a little high ?
 

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A little over price in my opinion. I paid 650 for my Real Blata b1, and I just picked up a banshee for $150 earlier this month. The banshee needed some work, but I hope this gives you a good idea of what a decent condition banshee should go for.
 

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A little over price in my opinion. I paid 650 for my Real Blata b1, and I just picked up a banshee for $150 earlier this month. The banshee needed some work, but I hope this gives you a good idea of what a decent condition banshee should go for.
what u've got is really cheap. i wish i lived in a big state or city so i could find a bike at those kind of prices. the banshee i saw on ebay looked like still in good condition, i cant judge by the look of it though, dont know if it was abused or something. do u have an extra bike for sale ? if u do plz let me know
 

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A BZM gold crank is like $375 alone so $750 is a good price. The problem is you can't see the crank unless you pull the carb and reeds.
 

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A BZM gold crank is like $375 alone so $750 is a good price. The problem is you can't see the crank unless you pull the carb and reeds.
i know the italian parts are pricey, but its really hard to tell by the pictures of just the bike. and he had the bike for many years already. been raced and all that. dont know if it was abused or whatever.
 
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