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I think Im going to sell my first Triumph bobber/chopper (bopper?) Anyway, I do/dont want to sell it. Ive been very wishy/washy, Im sure you can tell by all my slashes. My question gentlemen, is, Any regrets on selling your most beloved bike? Out of sight out of mind? Im hoping that something better is around the bend. So, lets hear it. Did you shoot a dog? a neighbor? TellMee!
 

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I had a great chopper that I built back in 2001 and it never gave me problems, always started and ran awesome. I got into some hard times and instead of trying to work through them, I gave in and sold it.
Worse day of my life.
 

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yeah i regret it everyday just sold one of my favorite bikes "rat ironhead". God I love that bike. but if u got the skills u can build another one. I know u cant replace the original one but hey what r u going to do with a bunch of bikes. we cant be greedy other people have the right to enjoy them if they have the green to back it up. But with all that said and done I still regret it. Its harder to move on now not having my favorite bike than breaking up with my previous girlfriend.
 

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First, yes. Every bike since, no.

For what it's worth, my current project is my first FULL build, and I have full intentions of being buried with it...haha
 

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No regrets. I bought my Norton in 1967. Its still out in the garage. Could never quite bring myself to part with it. Have bought and sold a lot in between but have never been able to sell the Norton.
 

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I don't regret selling any of them, but I regret that my first one was basically stolen by a d-bag in Indy when his shop folded and he sold most of the parts on eBay and scrapped the frame.
 
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