A New Hampshire used cycle dealer is considering switching locations if a vacant industrial building suits his needs.
Guz Andrada, owner of Argo Cycles in Hooksett, N.H., has given little information about his plans, but told the New Hampshire Union-Leader he might move to a site in Raymond near a confluence of major roads.
At 53,536 square feet, the new site offers twice as much space as Argo?s existing location.
"It really fits everything we need, and we need a bigger lot, and it also is the perfect size and in the perfect location," Andrada told the Union Leader. "I'm very interested in that location, but right now it's just a thought, and we've got to figure out if everybody is going to be okay with having a dealership there."
Public records list the total value of the property as $1,799,102 with the land alone valued at $451,700.
Argo Cycles' Web site claims the company is "the largest salvage motorcycle and vehicle dealer in America." Andrada has said the company does most of its business overseas.