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On here I read someone wanting to buy a 1999 road king with (if I remember correctly) 40.000 miles on it. Some people said the $4000.- USD the seller was asking was way too much. Calculating $4000.- to € is about €3635.50, which is damn little.
We have a website called "motoroccasion" which shows per brand the current market for second hand and new motorcycles. Checking a similar road king the Reddit user on here mentioned resulted in the following:
Cheapest: 2002 H-D Road King, 55.000 miles on it, little customization (steer, sissy-bar), €7775.- ($8553.43 USD).
Cheapest from someone selling their motorcycle: 2005 H-D Road King, 254.432 km (158.097 miles) on it, removable windscreen/sissy-bar/touring pack, €7750.- ($8.521,12 USD).
Imagine: I was thinking about buying roadrunner email a 2004 Sportster 1200 Roadster with a bigger tank and forward controls and passenger pegs, 32.000 kilometers on it., €7000.- ($7700.84 USD). I didn't buy it, and went with another brand .
 

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And I thought they were too much here. But then I remember "gas wars" around here where gas got as low as $0.20 a gallon, and you could get a candy bar and a coke for a quarter.

Darn! I must be getting old! :(
 

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Wow! Prices are really high in the Netherlands. I bought my 2004 Sportster 1200 in 2012 with 6000 miles, about 9650 kilometer, for 4500 dollars. Looked like it just came off the showroom floor. Much done to it since but even with all my mods I don't have the kind of money kelskein is talking about.
 

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So is it's name Phoenix or anything like that? Or maybe you don't name your "things". I do which is why I ask.
 
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