IMHO......the Honda, that's a 300 to 500 dollar bike. Having the title helps big time, but really, there is a ton of work on that one. A lot of guys would just part it out. Hate to say it, but that's where the money is on that one.
The SX, now that's a different story.
It would be worth more if it was stock........they are becoming hard to find.
Even tho it looks to have a Tracy bodywork kit of some sort, not a lot even know what they are nowadays.
Weird, the one in Pittsburg is in the same neighborhood where a guy had a survivor 650SX maybe 2 months ago. Wanted 500. Sold in a day.
Oh, I so disliked the Vmax until I saw it in the metal.
I've never ridden one, but always admired the styling and sheer outrageousness of them. They were one of the fastest things on the road back in 1985 and despite criticism for poor handling I have seen first hand how quick they were in the right hands. The fact that they remained virtually unchanged for over 20 years speaks volumes for them, although one of the things never addressed was the small gas tank capacity, the bike wasn't known for its great gas mileage and when ridden hard its range could be limited to well under 100 miles.
Version two (VMAX), was/is even more outrageous but suffered a poor release date as it coincided with the financial crash of 2008. They did increase the size of the gas tank slightly, but the beast now used even more fuel with its 197hp and 700lb weight! But it survives these 12 years later, once again pretty much unchanged, so they must be doing something right.
It's on my list of purchases when I win the lottery!