2k-Mile 1999 Ducati 748 Monoposto

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This 1999 Ducati 748S is equipped with an 853cc big-bore kit from Moto Corse Performance and shows just 2k miles. Finished in yellow and equipped with a monoposto tail section, the bike was acquired by the seller five years ago and also features a Termignoni titanium exhaust system and a number of carbon fiber components from Ducati Performance, including an airbox, fenders, and heel guard. Service performed within the past six months included a valve adjustment and timing belt replacement, as well as fresh fluids and a general mechanical inspection. This 748S is now offered with a clear Alabama title in the seller’s name. 

2k-Mile 1999 Ducati 748 Monoposto

A non-slip Tecnosel neoprene seat pad has been added, and a tinted windscreen from Fast by Ferracci replaces the original unit. The carbon fiber fuel cap, exhaust guard, and fenders are from Ducati Performance. 

2k-Mile 1999 Ducati 748 Monoposto

The forks and rear mono shock are Showa components, and the Brembo brake system is plumbed with braided stainless hoses. Five-spoke Marchesini wheels wear a set of Pirelli Rosso Corsa tires with a reported 100 miles of use.

2k-Mile 1999 Ducati 748 Monoposto

The clip-on handlebars are also from Fast by Ferracci, and factory instrumentation includes a 180-mph speedometer and a 13k-rpm tachometer. Under 2k miles are shown on the odometer, approximately 500 of which were added by the seller during his five years of ownership.

2k-Mile 1999 Ducati 748 Monoposto

The desmodromic L-twin engine has been enlarged to 853cc with a Moto Corse Performance big-bore kit. It is also equipped with a 50mm titanium exhaust system from Termignoni and a Ducati Performance carbon airbox with matching runners. Power is routed through a dry clutch and a six-speed manual gearbox. The factory slave cylinder has been replaced with a billet aluminum item from EVR.

2k-Mile 1999 Ducati 748 Monoposto

A valve adjustment and timing belt replacement have been performed within the past six months. Motul oil has been used during the seller’s ownership, and the engine oil, coolant, and brake fluid were flushed during the most recent service.

No Reserve: 1972 Harley-Davidson/Aermacchi MC-65 Shortster

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This 1972 Harley-Davidson MC-65 Shortster is a minibike produced by Italian manufacturer Aermacchi for Harley-Davidson, and is powered by a 64cc two-stroke single cylinder engine coupled with a 3-speed transmission. The bike was sold new at Hugos Harley-Davidson in Witchita, Kansas, and had been sitting for about seven years when the selling dealer recently acquired it. The bike is finished in Banana Yellow with fluorescent graphics, and is equipped with aluminum wheels, hydraulic suspension, front and rear drum brakes, and a scrambler-style exhaust. This Shortster is offered by the selling dealer at no reserve with the original bill of sale, invoices from the previous owner, an owner’s manual, and a bill of sale.

No Reserve: 1972 Harley-Davidson/Aermacchi MC-65 Shortster

The tank is finished in banana yellow with fluorescent orange graphics, and the bike is equipped with chrome fenders and a black-finished backbone frame and swingarm. The seller notes some chips and marks in the finish. The wheelbase measures approximately 40″, and the bike is equipped with an upswept scrambler-style exhaust with a chrome shield.

No Reserve: 1972 Harley-Davidson/Aermacchi MC-65 Shortster

The bike is equipped with a headlight, taillight, and a rear license plate mount. The 10″ aluminum wheels incorporate drum brakes and are fitted with mismatched older tires, including a Pirelli at the front and a Dunlop at the rear.

No Reserve: 1972 Harley-Davidson/Aermacchi MC-65 Shortster

The riser handlebars are fitted with lighting controls, as well as the throttle, clutch lever, and front brake lever. The seller notes that the speedometer and odometer were working when he acquired the bike, but failed during a test ride. 1,530 miles are currently shown, and the bike showed 1,529 at the time of purchase.

No Reserve: 1972 Harley-Davidson/Aermacchi MC-65 Shortster

The 64cc two-stroke single cylinder engine is coupled with a 3-speed transmission. A selection of included invoices show that the previous owner purchased a new piston, seals, and other small parts from a speed shop in Illinois.

No Reserve: 1972 Harley-Davidson/Aermacchi MC-65 Shortster

The owner’s manual is pictured above. The original bill of sale and sales tax statement are shown in the gallery, showing the $309 purchase price, including $9 in sales tax.

Modified 2007 Ducati 1098

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This 2007 Ducati 1098 is a modified example equipped with carbon fiber bodywork, a Termignoni exhaust system, and carbon fiber BST wheels. The bike has resided in Washington and Oregon, and is powered by a 1,099cc 90-degree twin with four valves per cylinder and desmodromic drive coupled to a six-speed transmission. Other modifications include a re-valved Öhlins front fork, TTX36 rear coilover assembly with hydraulic preload adjuster, Bazzaz quickshift system, carbon fiber trim, and more as detailed in the listing. This Ducati is offered by the selling dealer on behalf of the current owner with records, factory literature, keys, key card, and a clean Washington title.

Modified 2007 Ducati 1098

The bike is finished in Ducati Red and was fitted with a set of carbon fiber body panels, a Clear Alternatives integrated taillight assembly, and a World Sport Performance seat in late 2007. Other carbon fiber components include the front fender, air vent inserts, mudguard, chainguard, keyguard cover, and belly pan.

Modified 2007 Ducati 1098

Suspension modifications include revalved Öhlins front forks and a TTX36 rear coilover assembly with hydraulically adjustable preload, both fitted in mid-2008. The BST carbon fiber wheels measure 17″ in diameter, and are fitted with Pirelli Diablo Rosso tires measuring 120/70 at the front and 190/55 at the rear. Stopping is handled by twin front and a single rear disc, all with Brembo calipers.

Modified 2007 Ducati 1098

Black anodized billet reservoirs and master cylinders have been fitted for the front brake and clutch hydraulics, as well as a heim-jointed Öhlins steering dampener, and black control levers. 6,300 miles are shown on the digital odometer, approximately 500 of which were added by the current owner.

Modified 2007 Ducati 1098

The 1,099cc 90-degree twin features four valves per cylinder with desmodromic drive and was factory-rated at 160 horsepower and 90.4 lb-ft of torque. This example has been fitted with a Termignoni exhaust system and carbon fiber intake ducting, and a 2013 invoice shows that the bike was re-tuned for the present fuel pump, PCV, and exhaust system. The last service included an oil and filter change three months ago

Modified 2007 Ducati 1098

The six-speed sequential transmission is equipped with a slipper clutch and a Bazzaz quick shifter, and the ECU and mapping were tuned accordingly for the new components. Power is sent to the rear wheel via a drive chain and a quick-change rear sprocket.

Modified 2007 Ducati 1098

Factory literature, tools, key, and key card are pictured above. Invoices from both the current and previous owner, totaling more than $15k in parts, are attached in the gallery. A riding video is viewable below.

No Reserve: 1971 Honda CT70

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This 1971 Honda CT70 is powered by a 72cc four-stroke single paired with a three-speed semi-automatic transmission, and is said to have been refurbished in Candy Ruby Red by its previous owner in Palm Springs, California before being traded to the selling dealer in October 2019. This Trail 70 is now offered at no reserve with a clean Arizona title.

No Reserve: 1971 Honda CT70

The Trail 70 was based around a hollow single-piece “T-bone” frame, and this example was reportedly refinished in Candy Ruby Red with factory-style decals and information labels. Metal brake levers are mounted on folding twist-lock handlebars.

No Reserve: 1971 Honda CT70

The seat is upholstered in black vinyl with Honda lettering on the rear. Two-piece wheels are mounted with 3.50-10 knobby tires. Additional close-up pictures of the suspension, powertrain, and warning labels can be seen in the gallery below.

No Reserve: 1971 Honda CT70

The headlight and the factory Nippon-Seiki speedometer are integrated into a single housing, and just under 2k miles are shown on the five-digit odometer. Total mileage is unknown.

No Reserve: 1971 Honda CT70

The 72cc four-stroke single is protected by chromed bars and outfitted with a chromed heat shield and exhaust pipe routed above the rear wheel. A 2.5L fuel tank is mounted in the frame beneath the seat.

No Reserve: 1971 Honda CT70

The bike is equipped with a three-speed semi-automatic gearbox, with a chain drive turning the rear wheels. A riding video can be viewed below.

Custom 1983 BMW R100RS Cafe Racer

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This 1983 BMW R100RS was purchased by the seller in stock condition six years ago, and has since been modified as a custom cafe racer inspired by those produced by Kevil’s speed shop in the UK as well as several other builders. Power is from an air-cooled 998cc opposed twin paired with a five-speed transmission, and the bike features custom bodywork as well as aftermarket handlebars, exhaust components, Brembo brakes, and other items. This R100RS is offered in Canada with partial service records and British Columbia registration in the seller’s name.

Custom 1983 BMW R100RS Cafe Racer

Bodywork is finished in metallic charcoal grey and includes a fiberglass FlatRacer Daytona tail section with a leather saddle. The stock fuel tank features a Monza quick-release cap, the rear fender has been replaced with an aluminum eliminator, and Posh brand billet indicators from Revival Cycles have been fitted.

Custom 1983 BMW R100RS Cafe Racer

The front end has been rebuilt with Progressive springs, new fork seals, FlatRacer preload adjusters, a Tarozzi fork brace, and upgraded Brembo disc brakes with cross-drilled rotors and braided stainless steel lines. A Bosch headlight is affixed with Café Racer mounts, and the cast aluminum “snowflake” wheels are powder-coated black and wear Continental TKC 80 knobby tires.

Custom 1983 BMW R100RS Cafe Racer

The instrument cluster features an 85-mph speedometer and a 9k-rpm tachometer. A Boxer Metal upper triple clamp holds inverted LSL Superbike handlebars with stainless steel bar-end mirrors. A friction-type steering damper is fitted along with a Rizoma rear brake master cylinder. A keyless ignition system is powered by a 16-cell Antigravity battery in a custom LC Fabrications tray.

Custom 1983 BMW R100RS Cafe Racer

The 998cc boxer twin has been fitted with a modified airbox with K&N filters, Boxer Metal carburetor choke pulls, Mega Black short silencers with header wrap, an oil temperature gauge, and powder-coated rocker covers. Power is sent to the rear wheel via a five-speed transmission and a shaft drive. Partial service records from prior owners are available which date back to 2001. The seller is willing to contribute $500 towards transport fees for buyers outside Canada.

72-Mile 2006 Ducati Paul Smart 1000 LE

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This 2006 Ducati Paul Smart 1000LE shows 72 miles and is one of approximately 2,000 built to commemorate racer Paul Smart’s win at Imola in 1972. Power is provided by a 992cc 90-degree twin with desmodromic valve drive and two-valves per cylinder. The bike is equipped with a full faring bearing Paul Smart’s race number, and is finished in silver over a green steel trellis frame. A custom Evan Wilcox aluminum fuel tank with protective cover has been fitted, and the bike is equipped with factory Öhlins suspension, Brembo brakes, and a stock exhaust system. This Ducati is offered on behalf of the original owner with a clean Connecticut title.

72-Mile 2006 Ducati Paul Smart 1000 LE

The Paul Smart 1000LE is finished in silver with a blue-green steel trellis frame, and this variant of the model features a full faring with side fairings carrying Paul Smart’s race number from the 1972 200km race at Imola. The factory fuel tank was replaced due to ethanol damage, and a custom polished aluminum Evan Wilcox fuel tank with a protective cover has been fitted in its stead.

72-Mile 2006 Ducati Paul Smart 1000 LE

The bike is equipped with an adjustable Öhlins rear coilover and front forks, and braking is handled by twin front and a single Brembo rear disc brake. The spoked wheels are equipped with aluminum hoops, and the bike retains a factory Ducati-branded twin outlet exhaust system.

72-Mile 2006 Ducati Paul Smart 1000 LE

The bike is equipped with low-mounted clip-on handlebars, and retains a factory seat and rear clamshell. The center cap over the triple clamp carries the Paul Smart Limited Edition name. Analog instrumentation consists of a 160-mph speedometer and an 11k-rpm tachometer, with a small metal panel housing the warning lights mounted between the gauges. 72 miles are shown on the digital odometer.

72-Mile 2006 Ducati Paul Smart 1000 LE

The air-cooled 992cc 90-degree twin is equipped with desmodromic valve actuation and two valves per cylinder. The bike was factory rated at 92 horsepower and 67 lb-ft of torque, which is sent to the rear wheel via a 6-speed transmission with chain drive. The seller has maintained the bike for the owner, and reports annual brake fluid flushes and installation of a new battery.

No Reserve: 1971 Honda CT70H

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This 1971 Honda CT70 HKO is powered by a 72cc four-stroke single paired with an optional four-speed manual transmission, and is said to have been refurbished in Candy Emerald Green. The work was reportedly conducted circa 2017 by a specialist in the Midwest, and the bike was subsequently acquired by its previous owner in 2018 and traded to the selling dealer in October 2019. This Trail 70 shows 21 miles on a reset odometer and is offered at no reserve with a clean Arizona title.

No Reserve: 1971 Honda CT70H

The Trail 70 featured a hollow single-piece “T-bone” frame, and this example was reportedly repainted in its current Candy Emerald Green with facotry-style decals and information labels during the refurbishment. Folding twist-lock handlebars feature back-dated metal brake and clutch levers.

No Reserve: 1971 Honda CT70H

The seat is upholstered in black vinyl with Honda lettering on the back. Two-piece wheels are mounted with 4.00-10 Bridgestone Trail Wing tires.

No Reserve: 1971 Honda CT70H

A single housing contains the headlight and the factory Nippon-Seiki speedometer, which shows 21 miles on its reset odometer. Total mileage is unknown.

No Reserve: 1971 Honda CT70H

The 72cc four-stroke single features a polished intake and hardware as well as a chromed exhaust pipe and heat shield. A two-gallon fuel tank is mounted in the frame beneath the seat.

No Reserve: 1971 Honda CT70H

The bike is equipped with an optional four-speed manual transmission, which utilizes a lever-operated cable clutch and turns the rear wheel via a chain drive. Additional close-up pictures of the powertrain, suspension, and warning labels can be seen in the gallery. A video from the seller can be viewed below.

No Reserve: 1976 Kawasaki KM100 Mini Bike

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This 1976 Kawasaki KM100 is a street-legal mini-bike that was acquired by the selling dealer 6 months ago. The bike is powered by a 100cc 2-stroke single with a 5-speed transmission, and the previous owner is said to have performed a reconditioning with new paint, decals, tires, sprockets, and a carburetor rebuild. Prior to offering the bike for sale, the seller tuned the carburetor and added a new spark plug. Approximately 3,700 miles are shown, of which 100 have been added by the seller. This KM100 is offered by the selling dealer at no reserve with a clean Vermont title.

No Reserve: 1976 Kawasaki KM100 Mini Bike

Under prior ownership the fuel tank and fenders were re-finished in matte white with black lettering. The tires were also replaced and the electrical system refreshed. The seller notes a patch on the seat vinyl, and corrosion on the headlight brackets.

No Reserve: 1976 Kawasaki KM100 Mini Bike

The steel fuel tank holds 1.5 gallons and features new Kawasaki decals. Paint loss can be seen to the logo on the side cover.

No Reserve: 1976 Kawasaki KM100 Mini Bike

The ignition switch is located near the 70-mph speedometer which contains warning lights for neutral, high beam, and turn signals. Just over 3,700 miles are shown.

No Reserve: 1976 Kawasaki KM100 Mini Bike

Power comes from a 100cc 2-stroke single with a 5-speed transmission. The engine requires pre-mixed fuel, features a rotary valve, and was factory rated at 9 horsepower. The previous owner reportedly performed a carburetor rebuild, replaced the sprockets to improve the top speed, and added a custom machined aluminum exhaust tip. Before this auction, the seller adjusted the carburetor mixture and replaced the spark plug. No service records are available but a walk-around and riding video can be seen below.

No Reserve: 1982 Honda GL500 Silverwing

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This 1982 Honda GL500 Silverwing was recently acquired by the selling dealer from the believed second owner and features a removable trunk case. Power is provided by a liquid-cooled OHV 497cc V-twin with a 5-speed transmission and shaft drive. The mufflers were recently replaced, and in preparation for sale the seller also replaced the spark plugs and changed the oil. 25k miles are currently shown ,of which the seller has added approximately 100. This Silverwing is offered by the selling dealer at no reserve with an optional trunk, the factory tool kit, an owner’s manual, and a clean Wisconsin title.

No Reserve: 1982 Honda GL500 Silverwing

Finished in silver, the GL500 was Honda’s touring version of the popular CX500 and a lighter weight alternative to the larger GL1100 Goldwing. This example is fitted with a factory-optional trunk, and the mufflers were recently replaced with replicas of the Honda items. The battery is less than a year old, and the seller notes both the side and center stands show paint loss and corrosion.

No Reserve: 1982 Honda GL500 Silverwing

The air-assisted forks feature a single 240mm disc brake with a dual piston caliper. Comstar wheels wear a set of tires with receipts documenting replacement within the last year.

No Reserve: 1982 Honda GL500 Silverwing

The tail-mounted trunk is a factory option that is interchangeable with the rear seat. The seat can be seen in the gallery and will be included.

No Reserve: 1982 Honda GL500 Silverwing

Instrumentation consists of an 85-mph speedometer and a 10k-rpm tachometer featuring an integral water temperature gauge. 25k miles are currently shown on the odometer.

No Reserve: 1982 Honda GL500 Silverwing

The 497cc OHV liquid-cooled V-twin was factory rated at 50 horsepower and features a pair of 34mm Keihin carburetors. The 5-speed transmission is located to the right of the crankshaft and uses a driveshaft to transfer power to the rear wheel. Prior to offering the bike for sale, the seller changed the engine oil and replaced the spark plugs. A walk-around video is provided below.

45-Years-Owned 1973 Norton 750 Commando

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This 1973 Norton 750 Commando was acquired by the seller in 1974 and refurbished in the late 1990s and early 2000s. Power is provided by a 745cc parallel twin which was rebuilt fewer than 500 miles ago and is paired with a four-speed transmission. The bike was refinished with a black powder-coated frame, metallic red paint, and chrome fenders. Features include dual Amal carburetors, a positive-ground electrical system, a front disc brake, and more. This Commando is offered in Texas with service records from the seller’s ownership and a Wisconsin title.

45-Years-Owned 1973 Norton 750 Commando

The fiberglass fuel tank and side panels were finished in metallic red with silver and gold lettering and pinstriping, and the frame was powder-coated in black and modified to accommodate the chrome fenders according to the seller.

45-Years-Owned 1973 Norton 750 Commando

Chrome rims feature stainless steel spokes, and the wheels are mounted with Dunlop Gold Seal K70 tires. The bike is equipped with a Norton-Lockheed front disc brake and a rear drum, which are said to have been refreshed during the 2000s work. The black vinyl tandem seat features diamond stitching.

45-Years-Owned 1973 Norton 750 Commando

Factory Smiths instrumentation includes a 150-mph speedometer and a five-digit odometer that were rebuilt in 2004. The odometer reading is said to have been retained and shows approximately 28k miles, 11k of which have been added by the seller since 1974.

45-Years-Owned 1973 Norton 750 Commando

The 745cc parallel twin was factory-rated at 58 horsepower and is said to have been rebuilt in the early 2000s by Britech New England. The engine features Amal carburetors, a primary drive belt, and a positive-ground electrical system with a three-phase alternator. Uninstalled stainless exhaust pipes and “pea shooter” mufflers are included with the sale.

45-Years-Owned 1973 Norton 750 Commando

Service records from the seller’s 45-year ownership are included in the sale. Fewer than 500 miles have reportedly been added and annual oil changes have been performed since the engine work.

A video provided by the seller is shown below: