From:MoveItOnOver.... Electronic:DejuBlue -A- gmail.com
Subject:RE: RE: $ value of a 1955 165ST with windshield, crashbars, toolbox? Date:Tue Mar 22 07:14:39 2011
Response to:15515
Thank you, Dennis, for taking the time to compile the sales. It really shows that prices are all over the place - have to find the right buyer at the right time.
Amy - even though the prices may be way old I'm still liking some of them! :)
We brought it to a local Harley shop years ago and after having it for a week or two and not doing much of anything the young twerp who helped us load it for it's trip home said "Are you SURE it's a Harley??" and offered us 500 bucks. GRRRRRRRRRR!

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go here to get an idea of ebay prices

http://www.harleyhummerclub.org/stuff/ebay-sales/

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I am an old card-carrying ;) Hummer Club member who is considering selling my bike. What is the difference between a "ST" and a regular bike? I'm assuming that the windshield, crashbars, fender tips and toolbox were options and I imagine they'd go for a good price if sold individually but how much dollar value do they add to a stock bike? I see even Elvis didn't have fender tips..
:)

http://www.scottymoore.net/elvisharley56kh.html

The bike was running years ago and has some new wiring but the gas tank has a little rust inside and we never got that taken care of. I don't have any digital pics right now but I do have regular pics including some of it being ridden. It is painted all black right now but I think it may have been Atomic Blue? originally. (I see some kind of blue paint under the black)
So, without pictures, does anyone have a ballpark figure they could throw at me and is ebay the best way to get the best price??
Thanks in advance.