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    1973,1974,1975,1976 XR 75 Prices?

    I had a1976 XR75 (long gone) and I'm thinking about picking up another.
    What do 1973,1974,1975,1976 XR 75's go for?
    Are they more desirable then the 1977 & 1978?
    What are your thoughts on the two 1974's in the pics? They are two different bikes. What are they worth? Both have been restored. Any help would be appreciated.
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    I just finished a complete resto on a 74 for a friend, he had been sitting on all oem replacement parts for 10 or so years. Theres not a single aftermarket part on it aside from the handlebars, and the bike owner owns a plating business so everything that should have been plated was redone. Although its priceless to him, we put a value of $2,500 on it. I also believe the 76 and earlier bikes are of higher value.

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    Quote Originally Posted by spiz5 View Post
    I just finished a complete resto on a 74 for a friend, he had been sitting on all oem replacement parts for 10 or so years. Theres not a single aftermarket part on it aside from the handlebars, and the bike owner owns a plating business so everything that should have been plated was redone. Although its priceless to him, we put a value of $2,500 on it. I also believe the 76 and earlier bikes are of higher value.
    Thanks spiz. OEM parts are extremely hard to find and expensive. That's amazing he had all OEM parts for 10 years. Got a pic of the bike?
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    Quote Originally Posted by spiz5 View Post
    Thanks spiz5... You did a very nice job.
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    Thanks, but really it was a quite enjoyable build, assembling everything from new packaging and parts aside from the motor needing cosmetic restoration.

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    The 1973 K0 bikes seem to bring the most money overall. I have sold a few in the past. $1800 and $2500.

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    Those both look great. Did you end up with one?

    The rubber fork boots on the one are not something the XR came with. But they were a popular add on for a few years. I think they look better without them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yam the Bomb View Post
    Those both look great. Did you end up with one?.
    Still looking. XR75's seem to go for good money these days in good shape. A lot of the parts have gone obsolete.
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    Your best bet if your still shopping for a xr75 is to pick up a red rider style 77/78 as they can still be had for cheap although some are out there on line trying to inflate prices of those now. 20 to 25yrs ago would have been the window to buy the early style 73/76 but they've exploded in price. I personally like the 77&later cause they come with 5speed gearboxes to the 73/6's 4speed,perform better IMO and have better suspension. however I do have a 74 I picked up for sentimental reasons years ago & still have to this day. They were great put put bikes as well as trail screamers. I can't imagine being without one!!!

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