2007 Harley-Davidson VRSCDX V-Rod Night Rod Special

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This 2007 Harley-Davidson VRSCDX V-Rod is a limited edition Night Rod Special powered by a DOHC 69ci V-Twin paired with a 5-speed transmission. The bike was was purchased new at Motor City Harley-Davidson in Farmington Hills, Michigan, and the selling dealer acquired it from the reported first owner two months ago. Modifications include a Vance & Hines 2-into-1 exhaust and engine protection bars. Now showing 2,500 miles, this V-Rod is being offered by the selling dealer with the original owner’s manuals and a clean Michigan title.

2007 Harley-Davidson VRSCDX V-Rod Night Rod Special

Finished in matte black with dual gloss black stripes, the Night Rod Special was a factory-built custom from Harley-Davidson’s “Dark Custom” series. Features include aluminum bodywork, a black engine case, slotted disc wheels, and a 240mm rear tire. Modifications from the previous owner include a Vance & Hines Competition Series 2-into-1 exhaust and chrome engine guards.

2007 Harley-Davidson VRSCDX V-Rod Night Rod Special

The slotted aluminum disc wheels are also finished in matte black with an orange pinstripe. Four-piston Brembo calipers with cross-drilled rotors provide the braking power.

2007 Harley-Davidson VRSCDX V-Rod Night Rod Special

In an effort to lower the center of gravity, the 5 gallon fuel tank is located under the seat. The traditional fuel tank serves as an air-box cover for the fuel injection system.

2007 Harley-Davidson VRSCDX V-Rod Night Rod Special

The handlebars are fitted with a sport fairing, and instrumentation consists of a 150-mph speedometer flanked by a tachometer and a fuel gauge. 2,500 miles are currently shown of which 14 have been added by the selling dealer.

2007 Harley-Davidson VRSCDX V-Rod Night Rod Special

Developed in collaboration with Porsche, the “Revolution” V-Twin is based on the VR1000 Superbike engine and features dual overhead cams, liquid cooling, and electronic fuel injection. It was factory rated at 120 horsepower, and a 5-speed transmission transfers power to the rear wheel through a belt final drive. No service records are available, but per the selling dealer an oil and filter change and a brake inspection were performed prior to acquisition.

2018 Ural Gear Up w/ Sahara Package

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This 2018 Ural Gear Up is finished in Rainier White and is equipped with the Sahara Package, which features black trim, bumpers, a spare wheel, and additional storage compartments and lighting. All Gear Up models are equipped with a sidecar, selectable two-wheel-drive, and a fuel-injected 749cc boxer twin paired with a 4-speed transmission. This example was purchased new by the current owner September 2018, and it was reportedly serviced upon delivery. This Gear Up is offered by the selling dealer on behalf of the original owner with a transferable warranty and a clean Illinois title.

2018 Ural Gear Up w/ Sahara Package

The bike is finished in Rainier White and is equipped with the Sahara Package, featuring a black-finished engine, spotlight, spare tire, luggage rack, Jerry can, tool kit, sidecar bumpers, and a sidecar accessory panel with trunk and rubber floor mat. Close-up photos are provided of the finish and lighting, and hammer and sickle logos are present on the storage boxes.

2018 Ural Gear Up w/ Sahara Package

All three wheels measure 19″ in diameter and are fitted with 4.00-19 Duro tires. Braking is handled by Brembo discs on the front and sidecar wheels, with a Ural caliper on the rear wheel. The suspension includes an IMZ leading-link fork, a double-sided rear swingarm with dual Sachs hydraulic coilover assemblies, and a single-sided swingarm with Sachs coilover assembly on the sidecar.

2018 Ural Gear Up w/ Sahara Package

A lockable storage cubby is accessible atop the fuel tank, and the bike features a conventional control layout on the black low-rise handlebars. The 100-mph speedometer incorporates the warning lights as well as a digital odometer which shows 613 miles.

2018 Ural Gear Up w/ Sahara Package

The 749cc boxer twin is equipped with throttle body EFI and was factory rated at 41 horsepower and 42 lb-ft of torque. The seller reports that the bike was serviced upon delivery in September 2018 and remains under the manufacturer’s two-year warranty.

2018 Ural Gear Up w/ Sahara Package

Drive is sent to the rear wheel via a 4-speed transmission with a reverse gear and shaft drive, and a manual selector allows drive to also be sent to the wheel on the sidecar. Additional photos of the underside of the vehicle are provided in the gallery below.

No Reserve: 1959 Triumph T20CA Tiger Cub

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This 1959 Triumph T20CA Tiger Cub is one of 365 “Competition America” versions built primarily for the American market and was acquired by the seller 13 years ago. The bike is finished in maroon with a black headlamp nacelle and oil tank, and power is provided by a matching numbers 199cc OHV single paired with a 4-speed transmission. Work under current ownership is said to have included replacement of the carburetor, exhaust, battery, and speedometer cable, along with the installation of a new spark plug, coil, condenser, and points. This Tiger Cub is offered at no reserve with a clean Florida title in the seller’s name.

No Reserve: 1959 Triumph T20CA Tiger Cub

As Triumph’s entry level bike, the Tiger Cub was designed to resemble the larger Speed Twin and Thunderbird models. The bodywork of this example has been re-finished in maroon with black accents and features include a re-covered dual seat, a “pedestrian slicer” front license plate, and a new 6 volt battery. Both frame and engine numbers match.

No Reserve: 1959 Triumph T20CA Tiger Cub

Corrosion can be seen on both rims and the front wheel hub. Chrome wire-spoke wheels wear older Dunlop K70 tires which will require replacing per the seller.

No Reserve: 1959 Triumph T20CA Tiger Cub

The headlamp nacelle contains the speedometer, ignition switch, light switch, and a mechanical gear indicator. A new speedometer cable has been fitted, and just over 9,900 miles are shown. Approximately 400 miles have been added by the seller over the last 13 years, though total mileage is unknown.

No Reserve: 1959 Triumph T20CA Tiger Cub

The OHV 199cc single produced 10 horsepower when new and features an alloy cylinder head and dry-sump lubrication. A 4-speed transmission with right-side shift transfers power via chain drive. The exhaust system has been replaced, as well as the rubber on the kick starter and gear shift lever. An Amal 626 Premier carburetor has been fitted, and recent work performed by the seller reportedly included a tune-up with a new spark plug, condenser, coil, and points. Adjustments to the valves and ignition timing were also performed, as well as an oil change. A walk around video is provided here.

39-Years-Owned 1952 Vincent Rapide Series C

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This 1952 Vincent Rapide is a series C example that was manufactured in September of 1951 and sold new in the US by the Indian Sales Corporation. The seller purchased the bike from a preacher out of Hamilton, Ohio in 1980, and won third place at the Shadow Lake Vincent Owners Club rally in Canada two years later. Finished in traditional black with gold pinstriping, the bike is powered by its original 998cc V-twin, which has been upgraded to 8.5:1 compression and features gas-flowed heads, larger AMAL carburetors, and dual-point ignition. Other modifications include a 19″/18″ wheel set, Black Shadow speedometer, Alton 12-volt generator, Koni front damper, and Dave Hills center stand. A refurbishment was completed in 2017 with the assistance of VOC archivist Peter Bell, and approximately 1k miles have since been added. This Rapide is now offered with a VOC certificate, service records, a jacket and award from the 1982 VOC rally, and a clean Ohio title in the seller’s name.

39-Years-Owned 1952 Vincent Rapide Series C

The fuel tank, fork, and rear frame member have been refinished in their factory black. Gold pinstriping and decals were then reapplied. Polished alloy fenders are installed, along with a Feridax saddle.

39-Years-Owned 1952 Vincent Rapide Series C

The Girdraulic fork utilizes an adjustable Koni damper. 19” front and 18” rear rims are laced to the factory hubs, allowing for more tire choices. Avon Road Rider tires are currently mounted, and red stripes have been added to the rim centers.

39-Years-Owned 1952 Vincent Rapide Series C

Traditional Vincent flat bars wear a single bar-end rearview mirror, while a reproduction 5” Black Shadow 150-mph speedometer is centered above the headlight. 28k miles are shown on the odometer, though the actual mileage is unknown.

39-Years-Owned 1952 Vincent Rapide Series C

The 998cc V-twin was rebuilt with an 8.5:1 compression ratio, as well a pair of gas-flowed heads, 1 1/8” AMAL carburetors, and a dual-point ignition. Power is routed through a Trevor Southwell clutch and a four-speed gearbox. Charging is managed by a 12-volt  generator, and an oil change was performed approximately six months ago.

39-Years-Owned 1952 Vincent Rapide Series C

The included Vincent H.R.D. Owners Club Official Machine Dating Certificate shows that engine F10AB/1/7583 was built the same day as frame members RC9483/C. Closeups of the stampings on both frame members and the engine, as well as the crankcase pairing numbers, are provided in the gallery below.

No Reserve: 1980 BMW R100RT

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This 1980 BMW R100RT is a Canadian-market bike that was purchased new by the seller’s father and inherited by his brother in 1983. The bike has not been ridden since and was recently recommissioned by the seller. It is powered by an air-cooled 980cc opposed twin with a 5-speed transmission, and over the last year the carburetors and cylinder heads were rebuilt, the rear main seal and drive line seals replaced, both master cylinders rebuilt, and a new clutch, brake pads, and tires added. 22k miles are shown, of which approximately 1,000 have been added by the seller. This R100RT is offered at no reserve with factory supplied hard cases and a clean Washington title in the seller’s name.

No Reserve: 1980 BMW R100RT

The bodywork is finished in a metallic brown with a white lower fairing and side covers. Features include a taller aftermarket windscreen and factory supplied hard cases. Paint loss can be seen on the lower fork legs and valve covers, and the R100RT emblem is missing from the seat cowl. During the recommissioning, new throttle cables, a Westco battery, and Progressive shocks were added.

No Reserve: 1980 BMW R100RT

The forks were rebuilt with new seals, the steering head bearings lubricated, and the brake pads replaced. Both master cylinders and the rear caliper were rebuilt, and stainless steel brake lines added. Cast alloy “Snowflake” wheels are fitted with new Metzeler tires.

No Reserve: 1980 BMW R100RT

Instrumentation consist of a speedometer, tachometer, voltmeter, and a clock. Per the seller, the bike was purchased new in Canada. The speedometer previously read in kilometers but has since been replaced with one that reads in miles. 22k miles are currently shown on the odometer.

No Reserve: 1980 BMW R100RT

The air-cooled 980cc opposed twin was factory rated at 70 horsepower and is coupled to a 5-speed transmission with shaft drive. The seller states that within the past year the cylinder heads and carburetors were rebuilt, the rear main seal replaced, and a new clutch, ignition booster, and air filter added. The transmission was also rebuilt with new seals, shift springs, neutral switch, and rear drive seals. No service records are available, as all work was performed by the seller himself.

No Reserve: Modified 1965 Honda CT200

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This 1965 Honda CT200 is a refurbished example which has been repainted in its original yellow and fitted with a new replacement 125cc Lifan single-cylinder engine, a four-speed manual transmission, modern controls, a 12-volt electrical system, LED lighting, and other modifications. The bike was acquired by the seller in September 2019, reportedly from its second owner in Oregon who performed the majority of the work. This CT200 is offered with engine paperwork and a clean Oregon title in the seller’s name.

No Reserve: Modified 1965 Honda CT200

The bike was stripped and repainted in its correct Summer Yellow as part of the rebuild according to the seller, and removable components were also repainted or polished. Images of the frame in its torn-down state can be seen in the gallery below.

No Reserve: Modified 1965 Honda CT200

The wheel rims were powder-coated in black, while their factory spokes were replaced with larger 3mm chrome versions. Shinko Golden Boy tires measure 21″x2.75″ and show 2018 date codes. The bike is equipped with a single seat and a chrome luggage rack.

No Reserve: Modified 1965 Honda CT200

Wider replacement handlebars are fitted with new switches, grips, cables, and connectors. Images of the hand controls for the custom throttle setup and clutch lever for the manual transmission can be viewed in the gallery. The five-digit odometer shows just under 1,400 miles, including 10 ridden by the seller since September 2019. Total mileage is unknown.

No Reserve: Modified 1965 Honda CT200

A new 125cc Lifan single and a four-speed manual transmission have replaced the stock 90cc engine and clutchless transmission. Paperwork detailing engine displacement and date of manufacture is included in the sale. A video showing a cold start, operation of the controls, and riding footage is provided below.

 

1968 BMW BMW R60/2

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This 1968 BMW R60/2 is a matching-numbers example that was purchased by the seller three years ago from a motorcycle mechanic in Michigan. Previously fitted with a Velorex side car, the bike is powered by a 594cc opposed-twin coupled to a 4-speed transmission with shaft drive. The engine was reportedly rebuilt by the previous owner with new pistons, rings, bearings, and oil slingers. Just under 83k miles are currently shown, of which approximately 2500 have been added by the seller. This R60/2 is offered with spare parts from the engine rebuild and a clean Pennsylvania title in the seller’s name.

1968 BMW BMW R60/2

The bike is finished in black with white pinstriping. The seller notes the fuel tank has been re-painted, and chips can be seen on the front fender and shock covers. Features include dual Denfeld saddles, Albert headlight mirrors, Hella Bar-end signals, and engine protection bars. The exhaust headers show corrosion, and a hole in the exhaust cross-over pipe has been patched. The mufflers are aftermarket items, and per the seller a new battery will be installed before the auction ends.

1968 BMW BMW R60/2

The front end is equipped with an Earles fork and a 200mm drum brake. Corrosion on the rims has been touched up with silver paint, and the Dunlop K70 tires reportedly have fewer than 200 miles.

1968 BMW BMW R60/2

The headlight shell contains the ignition and headlight switches as well as a reverse-sweep VDO speedometer. 83k miles are shown on the odometer, and corrosion can be seen on the handlebar risers.

1968 BMW BMW R60/2

The air-cooled 594cc opposed twin was factory rated at 30 horsepower and is paired with a 4-speed transmission with shaft drive. Features include dual Bing carburetors and a magneto ignition. The engine was reportedly rebuilt by the previous owner with new oil slingers, pistons, rings, and bearings. No service records are available, but the seller notes the oil has been changed during his ownership. A start-up video is provided below.

Modified 1971 Norton Commando Fastback LR

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This 1971 Norton Commando Fastback LR has been modified by the seller, the former owner of Colorado Norton Works, and was recently completed as one of his annual bike rebuilds completed since retiring in 2003. The bike was reportedly imported from England by a friend of the seller, who acquired the bike from Gus Kuhn in London. The seller acquired it in the late 1990s. Power is provided by a 745cc parallel twin with a 4-speed transmission, and modifications include a custom single-carburetor intake with a Keihin carburetor, Pazon electronic ignition, Dunstall-replica mufflers, custom wheels with alloy hoops and stainless spokes, and powdercoated frame, engine, and transmission side covers. This Commando is offered by the seller with photos of the work performed and a clean Colorado title in the seller’s name.

Modified 1971 Norton Commando Fastback LR

The bike has been refinished, with the fuel tank and rear fairing painted red, and the powder-coating of the frame, engine cradle, swingarm, side covers, front fender, battery tray, and oil tank. The bike features factory forks with rubber gaiters, as well as new rear Koni coilover spring and shock assemblies with preload adjustment.

Modified 1971 Norton Commando Fastback LR

The factory chrome trim was replated, including the footpeg holders, kickstarter arm, fork crown nuts, and more. The seller has added further chrome plating to the rear brake backing plate, the control levers, the side and center stand springs, and the triple clamps. The chrome headlight shell and ring have been replaced.

Modified 1971 Norton Commando Fastback LR

The wheels were rebuilt with new alloy rims, Buchanan HD polished stainless spokes, a high-polish factory front hub and a lathe-turned factory rear hub. The rims used are wider than the factory items, at WM3 front and WM4.5 at the rear, and are fitted with Bridgestone BT45 tires. Braking is handled by a single Brembo front disc brake and an expanding-shoe rear drum. The brake master cylinder has been replaced with a modern 1/2″ item, and the seller has installed custom braided stainless hydraulic lines and overhead oil lines.

Modified 1971 Norton Commando Fastback LR

The low-rise handlebars have been replaced, and the seller has fitted updated controls and switchgear, as well as a set of bar-end mirrors. The Smiths instrumentation has been rebuilt, and includes a 150-mph speedometer and a 9k-rpm tachometer with 7k-rpm redline. 434 miles are shown, which is the total since completion of the project.

Modified 1971 Norton Commando Fastback LR

The 745cc parallel twin is equipped with a custom induction system designed by the seller with a single 36mm Mikuni carburetor, as well as a new set of header pipes with replica Dunstall mufflers. Cylinder head work was performed by Comstock Engineering. Work performed by seller includes the following:

  • Superblend main bearings
  • Reground crank with .010″ over rod bearings
  • Replaced pistons and rings
  • Replaced crankshaft and rod hardware
  • Black Diamond valves and guides w/ stepped exhaust ports
  • Breather relocated to timing side
  • Holes added for flow to relocated breather
  • Webcam #12 camshaft
  • Replaced timing side bushing
  • Replaced pushrods and dressed pushrod tubes
  • Resurfaced lifters
  • Pazon electronic ignition
  • Solid state rectifier
  • Sparks 150 watt single-phase alternator

Modified 1971 Norton Commando Fastback LR

The four speed transmission sends drive rearward via a chain. The seller has replaced the layshaft, layshaft bushing and roller bearing, mainshaft with bearings and seal, gear bushings, and kickstarter pawl, and fitted new x-rings rather than the original o-rings. Additional photos are provided showing the cases as well as the polished stainless-steel hardware.

37-Years-Owned 1973 Moto Guzzi Eldorado 850

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This 1973 Moto Guzzi Eldorado 850 was purchased by the seller’s father in 1982 and treated to two subsequent refurbishments, the most recent of which occurred 15 years ago. Power is from an overhead valve, air-cooled 844cc transverse V-twin paired with a four-speed transmission and shaft drive. The seller states that the bike has been garage-stored and ridden little under current ownership, and an oil change is said to have been performed 100 miles ago. This Moto Guzzi is offered by the seller on behalf of his father with a clean Connecticut title in the owner’s name.

37-Years-Owned 1973 Moto Guzzi Eldorado 850

The fuel tank, fenders, and side covers are said to have been repainted in a shade similar to a period Moto Guzzi color twice under current ownership, once upon initial acquisition and again approximately 15 years ago. The frame and other components were refinished in black, chrome parts were replated, and stainless fasteners were added.

37-Years-Owned 1973 Moto Guzzi Eldorado 850

Polished 18″ Borrani wire-spoke wheels are mounted with Continental tires, and braking is from drums front and rear. A walk-around video has been provided by the seller.

37-Years-Owned 1973 Moto Guzzi Eldorado 850

Instrumentation includes a 160-mph speedometer, a tachometer, and a five-digit odometer showing approximately 14k miles, 2k of which have been added during 37 years with the seller’s father. The bike is currently equipped with a solo seat, while a dual seat and luggage rack are included in the sale.

37-Years-Owned 1973 Moto Guzzi Eldorado 850

The overhead valve, air-cooled 844cc V-twin is mounted transversely in the frame and backed by a four-speed transmission and a shaft drive. The engine was rated at 55 horsepower when new, and the seller states that the oil was changed 100 miles ago. Cold-start and riding videos can be viewed below.

No Reserve: 1981 Yamaha XS650-H Special

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This 1981 Yamaha XS650-H is a late-production “Special” that was acquired from the reported first owner one month ago. Power is provided by a 654cc SOHC parallel twin paired with a 5-speed transmission, and recent work includes new spark plugs, a brake fluid flush, and an oil and filter change. Just over 10k miles are currently shown, of which the selling dealer has added a handful. This XS650 is offered by the selling dealer at no reserve with the factory toolkit, owner’s manual, and a clean Wisconsin title.

No Reserve: 1981 Yamaha XS650-H Special

Finished in black with gold logos, the bike features cruiser handlebars, a 3-gallon fuel tank, and a stepped dual seat. Corrosion can be seen on the exhaust headers, and oxidation is noted on the lower fork tubes. Seven-spoke mag wheels wear older Dunlop D404 tires.

No Reserve: 1981 Yamaha XS650-H Special

The instrument cluster contains an 85-mph speedometer and a 10k-rpm tachometer separated by various warning lights. Just over 10k miles are shown on the odometer.

No Reserve: 1981 Yamaha XS650-H Special

The SOHC 654cc parallel twin was factory rated at 53 horsepower and is fitted with dual 34mm Mikuni carburetors. Power is delivered to the rear wheel through a 5-speed transmission with chain drive. The alloy engine case is noted to show oxidation, and prior to the auction the spark plugs were replaced, brake fluid flushed, and the oil and filter changed.

No Reserve: 1981 Yamaha XS650-H Special

Two keys, the factory tool kit, and owner’s manual will be included. No service records are available, but a walk-around video is provided below.