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FS: 2006 scorched yellow Triumph Daytona 675 with 2598 miles

Hey guys,

I am the second owner of this gorgeous 2006 Triumph Daytona 675 in the rare scorched yellow color, and only has 2598 miles on it. My best friend is the original owner and purchased it new in 2006, and I've owned it since summer of 2010 (right about the time I joined this great forum). This incredibly clean motorcycle has a clean WA state title, fresh WA state licensing completed, and a fresh oil change done with Mobil One 4T Racing oil and a K&N oil filter.

I have the original set of Triumph keys (one still uncut from the plastic), original brochures and tools, a spare set of tires, a trickle charger for the battery, a few spare parts, and even the original letter from Triumph which came with the motorcycle when new. This motorcycle still has the break in decals on the tank and is exceptionally clean!

If you're looking for an exceptionally clean scorched yellow and original Daytona 675 that you can count on for years to come, then you've found your next bike! The bike is located in North Bend, WA (near Seattle).

As I hope you'd expect, there will be no test rides without cash in my hand. I'm asking $6800 for this exceptional machine, which I found to be the average asking price for 2006-2007 Daytona 675s irrespective of mileage on CycleTrader. I challenge you to find another 2598 mile OEM scorched yellow example for the price I'm asking!

*EDIT* Price drop to $5700 OBO on 10/27/12.
Startup video taken on 10/28/12: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kFqr...eature=mh_lolz
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post #2 of 28 Old 08-08-12, 22:38
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I challenge you to find another 2598 mile original scorched yellow example for the price I'm asking!
You won't. Great looking machine. GLWS.


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Beautiful bike very clean glws!

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Am I the only one that thinks the stator cover looks off. Doesn't look the same as the ones on my 06, just saying, may be the pics playing tricks on my eyes though.

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Am I the only one that thinks the stator cover looks off. Doesn't look the same as the ones on my 06, just saying, may be the pics playing tricks on my eyes though.

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Didn't notice before but I have to agree. Different than my 06. Looks like it says Triumph on it.


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Yep looks like one of the newer style stator covers that has been coated to match the old colors.

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Good eye, and more details are clearly required from my side! The stator side fairing and stator cover were scuffed and both replaced with brand new Triumph parts (by me) as the bike did go down at low speed just over a year ago. Cosmetic damage only, but it killed me to see damaged parts so I replaced everything!

Whenever a part was scuffed or damaged in any way, I replaced it with a brand new part. I even bought a set of new OEM grips just to freshen things back up! Buy with confidence, and ask any questions of the bike you'd like!

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Good eye, and more details are clearly required from my side! The stator side fairing and stator cover were scuffed and both replaced with brand new Triumph parts (by me) as the bike did go down at low speed just over a year ago. Cosmetic damage only, but it killed me to see damaged parts so I replaced everything!

Whenever a part was scuffed or damaged in any way, I replaced it with a brand new part. I even bought a set of new OEM grips just to freshen things back up! Buy with confidence, and ask any questions of the bike you'd like!
May want to remove the "Completely Original" part from your OP then. Seeing as the stator cover is not the original 06 cover. Just saying, it's no big deal and the bikes still very clean, but to a buyer that may stray them away.

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Point taken, will edit the post accordingly. Thanks!

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Price drop: $6500

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