One-Owner 1989 Honda Pilot FL400R

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This 1989 Honda Pilot FL400R is a single-seat ATV that was purchased new by the current owner at Willy World Honda of Joliet, Illinois. Power is from a 397cc single-cylinder engine mated to a CVT automatic transmission. Approximately 10 hours of use reportedly have been added under current ownership, and a fluid service was recently performed. This all-terrain vehicle is now offered on behalf of the current owner with a factory tachometer, a tool kit, and a clean Illinois title.

One-Owner 1989 Honda Pilot FL400R

Honda offered the Pilot ATV in 1989 and 1990, and it features a 62” wheelbase and a dry weight of 593 pounds. Exterior equipment on this example includes red plastic fenders and body moldings, a matching roll cage, vinyl graphics, side mirrors, and headlights with brush guards, as well as Honda Accessory bumpers at the front, rear, and sides.

One-Owner 1989 Honda Pilot FL400R

The vehicle reportedly has been stored inside apart from a year under a cover outdoors. Corrosion is noted on the chassis, and other imperfections captured in the photo gallery below include paint chips, blemishes, and crazing.

One-Owner 1989 Honda Pilot FL400R

The cockpit features a molded plastic seat equipped with a 4-point harness. Instrumentation is limited to warning lights mounted on the steering wheel, although a factory tachometer kit is included in the sale and shown in the gallery. Approximately 10 hours since new are said to have been added by the current owner.

One-Owner 1989 Honda Pilot FL400R

Power is supplied by a carbureted 397cc 2-stroke single-cylinder liquid-cooled engine mated to a continuously variable automatic transmission with forward, neutral, and reverse gears. The spark plug has been replaced, although the original is included, and a fluid service was recently performed.

One-Owner 1989 Honda Pilot FL400R

White-painted 10” steel wheels show corrosion and wear all-terrain tires with 1988 date codes. Dual drum brakes up front are complemented by a single disc out back, with double A-arm suspension at all four corners.

Pit Bike: 1976 Italjet Mini

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This 1976 Italjet Mini trials bike (chassis 2110552) sports a 47cc two-stroke single mated to a centrifugal clutch. Other features include front and rear drum brakes, and similar geometry to the marque’s larger 350T machine as ridden by Bernie Schreiber in FIM competition during the 1980-’81 seasons. The Italian company’s four-model lineup of the time was sold throughout Europe, while a partnership with Indian resulted in rebadged versions sold Stateside under the MT5A model name. Now rare anywhere, this one could make a really cool and unusual pit bike or learner for a lucky kid. Find it here at Ruote da Sogno in Reggio Emilia, Italy for the equivalent of ~$2,300 USD today.

Pit Bike: 1976 Italjet Mini

We dig the dark blue over bright yellow scheme, and paint looks to be holding up pretty well despite a few scuffs and some peeling. The seat vinyl and hand grips appear to be good as well, and dirt-oriented rubber looks good enough for easy rides–with just 49cc it’s not going to be too fast anyway.

Pit Bike: 1976 Italjet Mini

Suspension consists of a long-travel fork and dual rear shock absorbers, while cable-operated drum brakes found at both ends of the bike are actuated by dual hand levers. Note the size of the rear sprocket; it looks to be in the neighborhood of 50-52 teeth.

Pit Bike: 1976 Italjet Mini

A 47cc two-stroke single provides roughly 2.5 horsepower to the rear wheel through a centrifugal clutch. Surface corrosion is evident on the exhaust pipe and kick-start lever, but plug wiring, various hoses, and engine hardware look pretty good.

Pit Bike: 1976 Italjet Mini

Small-displacement bikes are always loads of fun, while this one’s low gearing and knobbly tires could make it equally as entertaining for short backyard trail runs.

1976 MV Agusta 350 Ipotesi

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This 1976 MV Agusta Ipotesi was reportedly sold new in the UK and is powered by a 349cc OHV parallel-twin paired with a 5-speed gearbox. The seller imported the bike for his private collection in 1996 and has added just under 400 kilometers over the past 23 years. Factory equipment includes cast alloy wheels, triple Scarab disc brakes, and a twin Dell’Orto induction system. A tune-up and basic service were performed by the Zen House in Point Arena, California in 2015, and the bike is now offered in San Francisco with a current California registration and title.

1976 MV Agusta 350 Ipotesi

The Ipotesi was released in 1975 and offered as an open roadster or with a fairing. The angular styling comes from Giorgetto Giugiaro’s Italdesign, one the automotive industry’s most recognized design houses. The bike features an integrated fuel tank and tail section, along with side covers designed to mimic the finned cylinder head.

1976 MV Agusta 350 Ipotesi

A few areas of touch up are visible in the finish, most notably on the tail section. Some minor paint touch up is present on the front fender and tail section, which is highlighted in the gallery below. Cast alloy wheels are mounted between a conventional fork and twin-shock rear swing arm. The triple disc brake system utilizes Scarab calipers.

1976 MV Agusta 350 Ipotesi

Clip-on handlebars are mounted below a 12k-rpm tachometer and 140 km/h-speedometer. The odometer was repaired and reset at 6,300 kilometers by Foreign Speedo in San Diego, California during a recent service. Less than 400 kilometers have been added since.

1976 MV Agusta 350 Ipotesi

The 349cc OHV parallel-twin has a 10k-rpm redline and produced a factory-rated 34 horsepower when new, which is routed to the rear wheel via a 5-speed gearbox and chain drive. A video of the bike running earlier this month can be viewed below.

1962 BMW R60/2

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This 1962 BMW R60/2 is said to have remained with its original owner in Atlanta, Georgia until being purchased by the seller and moved to Florida in 2017. The bike is powered by a 594cc boxer twin which was reportedly refurbished by Classic Cycles in Connecticut with new pistons, rebuilt cylinder heads and carburetors, and replacement exhaust pipes. The 4-speed transmission was also serviced, and the seller has added only 20 miles since completion of the work. This R60/2 is sold with refurbishment receipts and a clean Florida title.

1962 BMW R60/2

The bike is finished in traditional black with white pinstripes, and the seller reports a few scratches on the top of the 3.5-gallon fuel tank. Features include an Earles fork front end with a drum brake, a Schorsch Meier narrow dual seat, Hella bar-end turn signals, and chrome wire-spoke wheels.

1962 BMW R60/2

The headlight shell contains the ignition and headlight switches as well as a reverse-sweep VDO speedometer that reads in kilometers per hour. Just over 30k kilometers (~19k miles) are shown on the 5-digit odometer.

1962 BMW R60/2

The air-cooled 594cc boxer twin produced 30 horsepower in stock form and is paired with a 4-speed transmission. The mechanical refurbishment at Classic Cycles reportedly included fitment of new pistons and oil slingers as well as rebuilds of the cylinder heads and carburetors. The transmission was also serviced, the cases were refinished, and fluids were renewed.

1983 Honda CX650 Turbo

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This 1983 Honda CX650 Turbo is powered by a turbocharged 674cc V-twin paired with a 5-speed transmission and was purchased by the seller out of Idaho two years ago. Subsequent work included replacement of the front and rear master cylinders, fork seals, tires, battery, and spark plugs as well as an oil and filter change. The front and rear calipers were also rebuilt and stainless steel brake lines were added. This CX650 shows 13k miles and is sold with service receipts and a clean Pennsylvania title in the seller’s name.

1983 Honda CX650 Turbo

The CX650 was the final evolution of the turbocharged CX500 and was only available for one model year. Finished in white with red and blue striping, this example retains factory-style bodywork, wheels, and seat upholstery. A scrape on the right fairing is noted along with a chip on the left rear turn signal.

1983 Honda CX650 Turbo

The fork seals were replaced, both brake calipers were rebuilt, and Galfer stainless steel brake lines were added in March 2018. Factory mag wheels wear replacement Pirelli Sport Demon tires.

1983 Honda CX650 Turbo

Instrumentation consists of a 150-mph speedometer, a tachometer with a 9k-rpm redline, temperature and fuel gauges, and a digital clock. The fuel gauge is noted to work sporadically, and the 5-digit odometer reads 13k miles.

1983 Honda CX650 Turbo

The turbocharged 674cc V-twin was factory rated at 100 horsepower and features liquid cooling and fuel injection. A 5-speed transmission transfers power to the rear wheel via shaft drive. The seller has replaced the battery, spark plugs, both master cylinders, and engine oil in March 2018, and receipts for the work will be provided to the new owner.

Four Tons of History in a 600 Pound Package: 1959 Bill Burke Super Shaker

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The Super Shaker streamliner was designed and built by legendary hot rodding pioneer Bill Burke for the 1959 Bonneville Nationals where it turned a speed of 151.38 mph in the F/Streamliner class–on just 90 cubic inches. Unfortunately, the car was unable to make a return run, thus forfeiting a run that was set to beat the previous class record by 15 mph. Restored between 2004 and 2008, the car was first off the line at that year’s Bonneville Nationals, and is now offered with its original Cooper-based fiberglass body atop its original chassis and wheels. Power comes from a Harley Knucklehead built to original specs, and at just 604 pounds with an 84″ wheelbase, this tiny car carries a big reputation and has been featured on the covers of Car Craft, Hot Rod, Sportscar Graphic and Rod & Custom magazines. Offered with a restoration album, vintage photographs and more, the car is eligible for display at the Wally Parks NHRA Museum, but we’d rather see it out making noise and inspiring new generations to go racing. Find it here at Mecum who estimate it will bring between $125k-$200k when it is auctioned at their Phoenix, Arizona sale sometime between March 14-17, 2019.

Four Tons of History in a 600 Pound Package: 1959 Bill Burke Super Shaker

The story of Bill Burke is filled with fast cars, technological prowess and a willingness to try new ideas. He built his first car (a modified Model A) in 1937 and soon became the 45th member of the Southern California Timing Association with a Model T that ran 110 mph, making him one of the first five break 100 on the salt. During WWII, he served in the Coast Guard and on PT boats in the South Pacific, where he spotted a barge full of belly tanks for P-38s and P-51s and decided they would make good racers. Returning home, in 1946 he would build the very first belly tanker out of a discarded P-51 unit–check out a tribute and previous BaT feature here.

Four Tons of History in a 600 Pound Package: 1959 Bill Burke Super Shaker

Burke built a second belly tanker with Wally Parks called Sweet 16 (based on a P-38 tank) that would turn over 151 mph in 1949, in the process making it the “World’s Fastest Hot Rod.” So successful was the ’16 that Burke would then build 13 cars for other clients before launching a fiberglass body business in the early 1950’s, formed around a copy of Robert E. Petersen‘s (his boss at the time) Cisitalia 202. He ran Allied Fiber-Glass with Mickey Thompson and Roy Kinch until 1955, but Burke never stopped innovating and building beautiful, record-setting cars.

Four Tons of History in a 600 Pound Package: 1959 Bill Burke Super Shaker

Swoopy bodywork just barely conceals the inner workings underneath, paint and decals are spot-on copies of the originals, and build quality looks very good.

Four Tons of History in a 600 Pound Package: 1959 Bill Burke Super Shaker

Though beautifully photographed, it’s hard to get a sense of how little the car is. The photo below gives some indication of the building methods used to create the Super Shaker. A ladder-type frame underpins the fiberglass body and consists of two main longitudinal hoops of 2″ tubular steel and 1″ outrigger braces.

Four Tons of History in a 600 Pound Package: 1959 Bill Burke Super Shaker

Those braces attach the body, floor pan and items like the oil and fuel tanks. Just four gauges, an on/off switch, a shifter, a bomber seat, a butterfly wheel (attached to center-link steering and stock Ford Anglia suspension components) and some simple belts were all that was required to run faster than 150 mph back in the day.

Four Tons of History in a 600 Pound Package: 1959 Bill Burke Super Shaker

This 1959 Speed Trails participate sticker is just too cool. Burke had previously used Ford Model B four bangers and flatheads, but in 1959 he came to the salt with something new: a hopped-up Harley-Davidson V-Twin.

Four Tons of History in a 600 Pound Package: 1959 Bill Burke Super Shaker

Built by C.B. Clausen, the 61ci Knucklehead was bored and stroked to 90ci, fitted with a hotter cam, reworked heads and two Riley carbs. Burke hooked the engine and stock transmission (modified to use just second and top gears) to a H-D Servi-Car rear axle. We can only imagine the racket as it screamed by on its maiden run 60 years ago.

Four Tons of History in a 600 Pound Package: 1959 Bill Burke Super Shaker

Vintage photographs can really make a story, as is the case with this image showing Burke near the starting line in August of 1959. It also helps finally give a feel for how little the Super Shaker was–and is.

No Reserve: 1962 Puch SR 150 Scooter

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This 1962 Puch SR 150 scooter was acquired by the selling dealer five years ago from the estate of its previous owner following a refurbishment with new paint and upholstery. The bike is powered by a 147cc 2-stroke single with a foot-shifted 3-speed transmission, and service within the last 60 days reportedly included a tune-up as well as replacement of the battery and fuel. This Puch is offered with a Florida bill of sale.

No Reserve: 1962 Puch SR 150 Scooter

The scooter was repainted and reupholstered in red and creme prior to its acquisition by the selling dealer. Features include an accessory tail rack, period turn signals, aftermarket hand grips, and an air pump mounted inside the leg shield. The two-piece 12″ wheels wear older tires.

No Reserve: 1962 Puch SR 150 Scooter

The headlight nacelle contains the ignition switch, warning lights, a 90-mph speedometer, and a 5-digit odometer indicating approximately 2,800 miles. Handlebar controls operate the high/low beams, turn signals, and horn.

No Reserve: 1962 Puch SR 150 Scooter

The 147cc two-stroke single produced six horsepower when new and is located under the seat, with an access door provided for basic maintenance. Power is transmitted to the rear wheel through a foot-shifted 3-speed transmission with an oil bath chain drive. A tune-up which included replacement of the spark plug, fuel, and battery was performed by the selling dealer in the past two months.

43-Years-Owned 1964 BMW R60/2

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This 1964 BMW R60/2 was purchased by the seller in 1976 and ridden regularly up through 2005. The numbers-matching 594cc opposed-twin is paired with a 4-speed gearbox, and equipment includes an Earles fork along with a reupholstered bench seat. The bike is finished in black with creme pin striping, and an aftermarket rear case has been fitted in addition to a set of crash bars with highway pegs for touring. This BMW motorcycle is now offered with an aftermarket fairing, original tool kit, owner’s manual, and a transferable New Hampshire registration.

43-Years-Owned 1964 BMW R60/2

Closeups of the black finish on the tank, fenders, and frame have been provided in the gallery below. The 4.5-gallon fuel tank features a lockable storage container, and some wear is visible in the creme pin striping. Corrosion is also noted on the chrome, and the seller indicates that the exhaust silencers are due for replacement. A reupholstered bench saddle comes equipped, along with a set of aftermarket crash bars wearing highway pegs. The rear hard case features a backrest for the passenger and is mounted on a chrome rack.

43-Years-Owned 1964 BMW R60/2

The 120-mph VDO speedometer is housed in the headlight shell, and the odometer has reportedly been inoperable since sometime before the seller’s acquisition. The seller estimates to have added approximately 25k miles over the past 43 years, though total mileage is unknown.

43-Years-Owned 1964 BMW R60/2

The numbers-matching 594cc opposed-twin transmits power to the rear wheel through a 4-speed manual gearbox and shaft drive. Required service over the years has been personally performed by the seller. The bike has primarily been in storage since 2005, though the fluids were changed in 2016 and it has been started and periodically ridden short distances in recent years.

43-Years-Owned 1964 BMW R60/2

An aftermarket fairing and tall windscreen accompany the sale as can be seen in the old photo above, showing the bike loaded up and parked at a campsite. The included bar-end turn signals, tool kit, and owner’s manual can be viewed in the gallery below.

No Reserve: 1976 Honda CJ360T

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This 1976 Honda CJ360T was purchased by its previous owner from longterm storage and was subsequently refurbished before being acquired by the seller a year ago. The bike is powered by a 356cc parallel twin with a 5-speed transmission, and was refinished with fresh paint, a recovered seat, and subtle modifications. The seller has ridden it just 10 miles as well as changing the oil and performing a general inspection in 2018. This CJ360T shows just over 2k miles and is offered with a clean California title in the seller’s name.

No Reserve: 1976 Honda CJ360T

Available only from 1976-77, the CJ360T was a short-lived economy variation of the CB360T with a slimmer tank, seat cowl, drum brakes, and a two-into-one exhaust. This example was refinished in satin orange with black accents under previous ownership. The seat was reupholstered in brown vinyl.

No Reserve: 1976 Honda CJ360T

The rear fender has been removed, and the brake drums painted black. The tail light, turn signals, and mirrors have been updated with aftermarket items. Chrome 18″ wire-spoke wheels retain factory-style tires.

No Reserve: 1976 Honda CJ360T

The stock handlebars have been replaced with lower sport bars. Instrumentation consists of a 110-mph speedometer and a tachometer with a 9k-rpm redline. Just over 2k miles are shown on the 5-digit odometer.

No Reserve: 1976 Honda CJ360T

The 356cc four-stroke parallel twin is paired with a 5-speed transmission. The case has been refinished in silver, with the barrel and cylinder head painted black. The seller recently changed the oil and performed a basic mechanical inspection, while previous service records are unavailable.

1974 Triumph T120V Bonneville

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This 1974 Triumph T120V Bonneville was reportedly modified for vintage racing under previous ownership circa 2006, and is powered by a 650cc parallel-twin paired with a 5-speed transmission. The bike has been repainted in a blue and silver scheme, and is fitted with a competition-style seat, minimal instrumentation, reverse-cone mufflers, an updated front fork, Sparx electronic ignition, and a front disc brake. This Triumph is registered for the road in Georgia and is now offered by the selling dealer with a clean Georgia title.

1974 Triumph T120V Bonneville

The seller believes the bike was repainted within the last few years, and the single-saddle seat is equipped with a faring. The pads have been removed from the fuel tank, and the exhaust system features chrome head pipes and reverse-cone mufflers. A headlight and taillight are fitted.

1974 Triumph T120V Bonneville

A later-style front fork is installed, and the bike is equipped with a hydraulically-actuated front disc brake with a 4-piston caliper. Chrome wire wheels are fitted with Avon RoadRider tires showing 2010 date codes. A British-style number plate is installed on the front fender.

1974 Triumph T120V Bonneville

Clubman-style bars are fitted, and the bike is equipped with a newer Smiths 120-mph speedometer, Lucas start-stop switch, and vintage-look grips. 50 miles are shown on the mechanical odometer.

1974 Triumph T120V Bonneville

The 650cc parallel-twin is fed by dual carburetors featuring velocity stacks and is paired with a 5-speed gearbox. The seller notes that the engine appears to have higher-than-stock compression, and requires increased effort to kickstart. 110 octane fuel is reportedly required. The bike is equipped with Sparx electronic ignition and a solid-state charging system.

1974 Triumph T120V Bonneville

The engine number stamping is pictured above and is reported to match the frame. A walkaround and ride video is viewable below.