Bajaj Pulsar 135cc 2013 model.

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Bajaj Pulsar 135cc 2013 model.

Post by prettyvacant » Thu Nov 24, 2016 5:55 pm

Helping a friend sell his Bajaj Pulsar 135cc of 2013 model. Does not run. Not because of any major technical malfunction or anything. My friend just can't be arsed fixing it, or even polishing it for that matter.

Price: $500
Location: Phnom Penh. Sorya/Phsar Thmei area.
Please send me a message here. I do not have time to chat on phone. Sorry, I do not speak Khmer.

Downsides: It does not run. The battery is flat and it needs an oil-change. That should be enough to get the engine running. The fuel-tank has been cracked on the upper side so fuel evaporates. It is dusty. I have no idea when tax was last paid.

Upsides. It has papers and plate. It has a receipt from 2014 ($1400). It does not have many km on the meter (not sure how many). You should be able to get it to work and fix the fuel-tank for 100-200 dollars. Which means that you could make a nice profit on it, or just get a nice daily ride for very little. The bike hasn't seized up or anything. My mate just stopped driving it and it has been stationary for about a year (or more).

I would consider buying this myself but I am very busy with another project and my friend that owns the bike does not seem to care about maximizing his profit. Our loss = your gain.

If you are interested, I will try to arrange a showing Friday afternoon.

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Re: Bajaj Pulsar 135cc 2013 model.

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Re: Bajaj Pulsar 135cc 2013 model.

Post by prettyvacant » Fri Nov 25, 2016 10:09 pm

So I have checked. The import tax has been paid and the card is there to prove it. Yearly taxes have probably not been paid though, but that should be easy to fix and just cost peanuts.

I have the phone number of the seller, so just PM me if you are interested. That is if my account allows for PM (new here, so I don't know),
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Re: Bajaj Pulsar 135cc 2013 model.

Post by prettyvacant » Mon Nov 28, 2016 12:57 pm

This will probably be gone very soon.

It is parked at Golden Sorya Mall, so some of you have the potential to own it within 4 minutes or so. You would not even have to let go of your drink.
Call seller here: 086800542
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Re: Bajaj Pulsar 135cc 2013 model.

Post by prettyvacant » Tue Nov 29, 2016 8:12 pm

Price now $450
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Re: Bajaj Pulsar 135cc 2013 model.

Post by SinnSisamouth » Tue Nov 29, 2016 8:41 pm

chinese piece of shit
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Re: Bajaj Pulsar 135cc 2013 model.

Post by prettyvacant » Tue Nov 29, 2016 8:45 pm

SinnSisamouth wrote:chinese


bzzt India.

Edit: As far as "piece of shit" goes, it is probably pretty equal to other SEA made bikes. I've never ridden it so I do not know. Of course I would prefer a BMW R60 based cafe-racer, but then that would cost 1500% more. I'd rather fix this one up for daily use than ride around on a Wave or a a Scoopy. Price would be about the same.

The owner can be reached at: 086800542
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