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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I checked the NADA valuation book and they don't go back past 2003. A 2003 Nighthawk shows an average retail of $1590. Your bike is 16 years old. Parts will become a problem. Most dealers will not work on a bike more than 10 years old. At 14K miles there should be a lot of life left in the bike and you say it is pretty sweet. Check the cost of a new bike to what the seller wants for the old bike. Personally, I would call it a vintage bike and offer $2000.
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Posted on Apr 19, 2009
Look on your frame, (or registration) and get the vin number. Take both these numbers to a local Yamaha dealer and he will accurately give you the information you require.
Posted on Feb 10, 2010
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