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Are you crazy?
I only say this because I have done something simmilar.
DON'T DO IT!! YOU WILL KICK YOUR SELF IN THE &(#$ LATER!
I had a custom order 1998 trans am WS6 and I loved that car.
I needed $10,000 for my weding and sold the car thinking "It's no big deal". Well let me tell you friend, three days after I sold that car I felt like I got a divorce.
Your thinking it's no big deal. That's because you still have the bike. When you sell it it will be what you are missing most.
Expensive weddings are over rated anyway. I am very happy and have a great family and that is what is important. Not ONE day that you will probably not really rember to much of due to booze.(ha,ha)
Take it from me, you will be angry with yourself for doing what you know deep down just does not feel right. And later on you will send me a message telling me I was right.
OR, maby you won't need to.
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That's why I won't get married again :) Last one cost me a house and a couple cars. No way am I selling crap for a wedding but then again look what happened after the first one :) Makes it worse is I wasn't married but a year and had no kids. Guess she didn't like me being a midnight shift police officer back then
 

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I've been married 14 years and when you sell something like this bike you end up regretting it. You might think i'll just get another one later well,You might get another bike or car AFTER YOU make sure your better half gets what she wants.A new ring ,car,bigger house and etc. GOOD LUCK i hope you still have some money left over for you..:) If you already have a bike you won't need to buy one later ;) plus when she gets on your nerves ( and she will ) you can hop on it and go riding! I wish i could hop on a new Fury and just go riding but i'm been married for 14 years ...:(
 

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Nice, I'd take the Big Dog also...

Any chance or removing the 250 Kit and selling it individually :D
 

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Congratulations Chopped!!!
If you were dumping the Bigdog as well it would probably lead to some regretful issues down the road but that's not the case. Just in case, can you tell me the reserve price so I can mention it to some people?
Again ..... all the best!!

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Congrats Chopped,
If your Soon to be Wife is anything like my ex since i sold my old bike for her you'll like it but also regret it. She saw I was kicking myself in the butt about it for a while so she bought me my CBR (good attempt) but not the same. Atleast you get to keep the dog though.
 

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I still say, two bikes is better than one wife! For that matter one bike is better than one wife..... Now that I think about it, I'll give someone my Fury if they can get rid of my wife!
Man that was funny Steve - I actually laughed out loud. Hope it gets better for you or at least I hope you wake up instead of wasting time with the same results taking place over the next several years.

Anyway, enjoy the Fury rides!

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Man that was funny Steve - I actually laughed out loud. Hope it gets better for you or at least I hope you wake up instead of wasting time with the same results taking place over the next several years.

Anyway, enjoy the Fury rides!

Larry
Oh, believe me, it won't be long. The end will be coming soon enough. It's already in motion. Just taking it slow and steady. Lots of things to consider when there's kids involved.

It isn't a horrible knock down drag out marriage. It just isn't an ideal marriage.

Thanks for your hopes and glad I could make someone laugh. Many things are important in this life and laughter is one of them. :D
 

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Oh, believe me, it won't be long. The end will be coming soon enough. It's already in motion. Just taking it slow and steady. Lots of things to consider when there's kids involved.

It isn't a horrible knock down drag out marriage. It just isn't an ideal marriage.

Thanks for your hopes and glad I could make someone laugh. Many things are important in this life and laughter is one of them. :D
Been there, done that....swore I'd never get married again...now been married the second time for over 15 years......:rolleyes::) It's all good, she's not materialistic and I'm not rich!!!!:D
 

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Anyway....Chopped, I wish you well and I'm glad you will still have a cool bike to ride. Even though I believe marriage is evil and should be made illegal, I nonetheless offer you my congratulations.....and hopefully there will be no need to offer condolences in the future. :D
 

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The woman actually wanted me to keep both bikes, but there is no way we can afford to get married without coming up with some cash. She promised me that I can get a second bike in a year or so. It is rare that I go out on one of the bikes without her, so I might look at a touring bike in the future to have the best of both worlds. She is happy that the other women in my life are the bikes. I don't think I could afford another girlfriend.

As for the reserve on the auction. I want to see if I can get around $15,000 or higher for it.
 
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