??? no bike is too new to be totaled.I'm not sure how a newish bike thats never been dropped can not have a title. Maybe someone can enlighten me?
The only legitimate way I can think of is if the first owner lost the title, was too lazy to get a new one, and then sold it without a title.
no, it just means the lien has to be paid off, but who knows how much he has in the lien. basically it means there is a loan against the bike.OK, apparantly the guy states the bike has a lien on it and has not been paid... Thus mo title. Isn't that considered some sort of theft???
Sometimes people sell the bike and use the money to pay off the lien. I wouldn't be a buyer in that case unless we both go to the bank and the banker assures me, in writing, that the title will be mine. Even then I'd be tempted to keep looking.OK, apparantly the guy states the bike has a lien on it and has not been paid... Thus mo title. Isn't that considered some sort of theft???
I think it means the guy doesn't intend to use the money to pay off the loan and release the lien. He just wants to sell a bike that he doesn't own and keep the money. Its basically theft.this guy says that he doesn't have the title and won't have it. I don't know what the "wont have it" means, but it sounds like this is a track/parts bike.