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PHIL H

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M 21
« on: 06 July, 2017, 09:45:45 »
A friend of mine had a bit of a crash last Friday a car pulled out in front of him.
The bike a 1948 M 21 that will written off .
The assessor is coming tomorrow, he needs to know a rough idea of what price to expected
It's a good useable condition well it was.

Phil H. 

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Re: M 21
« Reply #1 on: 06 July, 2017, 11:32:28 »
Hi,
    Sorry about your friends issues, hope no injuries...

If it helps, Classic Bike mag have and offer at the moment, subscribe and you can get a buyers guide with expected bike prices.

http://www.classicbike.co.uk/bookazines/2016/3/30/the-classic-bike-buyers-guide

Best wishes....

Mike Farmer

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Re: M 21
« Reply #2 on: 06 July, 2017, 14:24:46 »
 :)

Hi.

Also very sorry to hear someone else has a had a bad day on the road.

 I cant find any M21's for sale at the mo but the following M20's are on ebay

1954 Civilian model 3799. I would suggest that is not  far off But?????????
1942 Military WM20 6250. I think that is a very unlikely price but you never know.

If I was your friend I would be looking at least about those sort (4500)as a start point but I think that they are unlikely to pay that much out. Unless he can possibly prove a higher value.

This is` where agreed valuation comes in very handy

Mike