No Reserve: 700-Mile 1970 Honda CT70

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This 1970 Honda CT70 is finished in Candy Gold and powered by a 72cc four-stroke single paired with a three-speed semi-automatic transmission. The selling dealer recently acquired the bike from its long-term previous owner with 655 indicated miles, and has since performed an oil change in preparation for the sale. This Trail 70 is offered at no reserve with a factory tool pouch and a clean Arizona title.

No Reserve: 700-Mile 1970 Honda CT70

The hollow single-piece “T-bone” frame is finished in Candy Gold, and the bike features chromed fenders and engine guards. Two-piece aluminum wheels feature integrated drum brakes and wear 4.00-10 Bridgestone knobby tires.

No Reserve: 700-Mile 1970 Honda CT70

A single housing contains the headlight and the factory Nippon-Seiki speedometer, which shows 655 miles on its five-digit odometer. Metal levers are mounted on folding twist-lock chrome handlebars.

No Reserve: 700-Mile 1970 Honda CT70

The 72cc four-stroke single is protected by chromed guards and fitted with a chromed heat shield and exhaust pipe routed above the rear wheel. The selling dealer states that an oil change was performed in preparation for the sale. Pictures of the 2.5-liter fuel tank and battery are included in the gallery below.

No Reserve: 700-Mile 1970 Honda CT70

The bike is equipped with a three-speed semi-automatic gearbox with a drive chain turning the rear wheel. Dual shocks are featured in the rear.

No Reserve: 700-Mile 1970 Honda CT70

A factory tool pouch is included in the sale. Walkaround and riding videos from the seller can be viewed below.

No Reserve: 1995 Ducati 900 Supersport SP

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This 1995 Ducati 900 Supersport SP is powered by a 904cc V-twin with desmodromic valve drive, and is equipped with a 6-speed transmission and chain drive to the rear wheel. The bike was reportedly purchased new by a Ducati mechanic who added approximately 5k miles before it went to its second owner, from whom the seller acquired it from three years ago. Now showing 6,900 miles, the bike is equipped with a carbon fiber rear mudguard, tank guard, and cam belt cover, an aluminum clutch, and a body-colored windscreen. Under current ownership the bike has received new timing belts, fuel tank rubber lines, a valve adjustment, carburetor cleaning and balancing, an oil and filter change, and more. This Ducati is offered with an owner’s manual, two keys, records from current ownership, and a clean Colorado title.

No Reserve: 1995 Ducati 900 Supersport SP

The bike is finished in red over a bronze trellis frame and features both a body-colored front windscreen and a dark tinted windscreen. The seller notes a polished-out blemish in the clearcoat on the left side of the tank, a repaired crack in the body-colored windscreen, and other nicks in the finish are shown in close-up images in the gallery below. The bike is fitted with LED head and taillights, and includes a cover, rear stand, and removed factory components.

No Reserve: 1995 Ducati 900 Supersport SP

Modifications include a Termignoni exhaust system, an aluminum clutch, aluminum rear sprocket, case saver, and a carbon fiber tank protector, front sprocket guard, and front and rear mudguards. Wheels measure 17″ in diameter both front and rear and are fitted with Pirelli Angel GT sport touring tires.

No Reserve: 1995 Ducati 900 Supersport SP

The clip-on handlebars are fitted with a set of bar-end mirrors, and the upper triple clamp carries a brass Ducati Supersport SP placard denoting this example as #257 built for the model year. The seller notes a small crack in the speedometer drive housing. Instrumentation includes a 160-mph speedometer and an 11k-rpm tachometer. Approximately 6,900 miles are shown on the 5-digit mechanical odometer, 350 of which were added by the current owner.

No Reserve: 1995 Ducati 900 Supersport SP

Power is provided by a 904cc V-twin with desmodromic valve drive. Factory-rated output was 84 horsepower with 62 lb-ft of torque, which is sent to the rear wheel via a 6-speed transmission with chain primary drive. A set of heat-shielded oil cooler lines and carbon fiber timing covers are fitted. The 6,000-mile service was performed under current ownership and included a new oil pickup screen, fuel filter, air filter, lithium battery, timing belts, fuel tank rubber lines, carb cleaning and balancing, a valve clearance adjustment, and an oil and filter change.

No Reserve: 1995 Ducati 900 Supersport SP

The seller notes an elongated hole in the carbon fiber timing cover for correct fitment, and the seller has also installed new spark plugs, a new fuel filler o-ring, cleaned and inspected the oil pickup screen, and replaced the oil filter. Approximately 140PSI is shown on both cylinders in an attached compression test.

No Reserve: 1995 Ducati 900 Supersport SP

An owner’s manual, two keys, and a clean Colorado title in the seller’s name are included, and included components are shown in the gallery below.

A 19-minute description, walkaround, and start-up video is viewable above, and an addtional 10-minute video is viewable below.

No Reserve: 1981 BMW R100RT

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This 1981 BMW R100RT is finished in Lava Red and powered by a 980cc boxer twin paired with a five-speed manual gearbox. The bike has been fitted with a brat-style seat, Renthal handlebars, a shortened front fender, and aftermarket mufflers, and also comes with a stock front fender and fairings, seat and pan, rear fender, luggage rack, and mufflers. Service since the seller’s acquisition in mid-2018 included replacement of the gearbox input shaft and several seals as well as a valve adjustment and fluid changes. This R100RT is offered at no reserve with a clean South Carolina title in the seller’s name.

No Reserve: 1981 BMW R100RT

The fuel tank and side covers are finished in Lava Red (508), as are the detached fairings, seat pan, and front fender. An aftermarket two-up brat-style seat, Renthal handlebar, and grips have replaced the stock items, which are also included in the sale. The seller notes scratches on the bodywork and areas of corrosion on the frame.

No Reserve: 1981 BMW R100RT

Black snowflake-pattern wheels wear 3.25-19 front and 4.00-18 rear Michelin Pilot Active tires which the seller notes are due for replacement. Stopping power is from dual Brembo disc brakes up front and a single version in the rear.

No Reserve: 1981 BMW R100RT

The air-cooled 980cc boxer twin was rated at 70 horsepower when new and drives the rear wheel via a five-speed manual gearbox and an enclosed driveshaft. The gearbox input shaft is said to have been replaced by a specialist under current ownership, while the seller fitted new cylinder head O-rings, pushrod tube gaskets, and valve cover gaskets. A valve adjustment was also performed in addition to oil changes for the engine and gearbox.

No Reserve: 1981 BMW R100RT

A stock seat, fenders, fairings, luggage, rack, mufflers, and handlebars will come with the bike along with the removed instrument cluster, which includes a five-digit odometer showing 18k miles. Total mileage is unknown. A cold start and riding video can be viewed below.

No Reserve: 1969 Honda Monkey Z50A

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This 1969 Honda Monkey Z50A was originally built for the Japanese domestic market according to the seller, who states that it was imported to the US by a service member returning from Vietnam. The minibike is said to have been purchased in the 1990s by Honda motorcycle restorer Jan Harde, who reportedly carried out a subsequent refurbishment before the seller’s acquisition 20 years ago. Power is from a 49cc single with a three-speed semi-automatic transmission, and the bike has not been ridden under the seller’s ownership. This Monkey is offered at no reserve for off-road use only with a California bill of sale.

No Reserve: 1969 Honda Monkey Z50A

The Z50A Monkey featured a different design, seat placement, muffler, and tires as well as inclusion of a horn, turn signals, and speedometer when compared to the contemporary US-spec Mini Trail. The fuel tank and fenders on this example were finished in silver while the frame, side covers, front end components, and headlight were painted blue in the 1990s. Solid disc wheels are fitted with replacement street tires, and braking comes from hand-operated drums.

No Reserve: 1969 Honda Monkey Z50A

The 60-kph speedometer houses a five-digit mechanical odometer which was reset as part of the refurbishment reads less than one kilometer. Total mileage is unknown. The bike features turn signals and a horn.

No Reserve: 1969 Honda Monkey Z50A

The SOHC four-stroke 49cc single and three-speed semi-automatic transmission are said to have been rebuilt as part of the 1990s refurbishment, though supporting records are unavailable. A box muffler sits under the transmission and exits on the left ahead of the rear tire. The engine has reportedly not been started under current ownership.

Restored 1962 BMW R50S

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This 1962 BMW R50S is one of 1,634 built during a two year production run and was acquired four years ago by the seller, who was a professional BMW motorcycle technician for over three decades and completed a restoration on the bike in 2016. Finished in traditional black with white pinstriping, it is powered by the original 494cc opposed-twin, which has been overhauled along with the four-speed gearbox and final drive. Equipment includes Hella bar-end indicators, Albert mirrors, aluminum rims, and a solo saddle. Just a handful of miles have been added since the work was completed, and the bike received a best in show at the 2018 Chief Blackhawk Antique Motorcycle Club fall meet. This R50S is now being offered with an owner’s manual and a clear Minnesota title in the seller’s name.

Restored 1962 BMW R50S

The R50S debuted alongside its larger counterpart, the R69S, in 1960 and remained in production until 1962. This example is said to have had two owners prior to the seller’s acquisition in 2015, one year before the restoration began. Work included disassembly followed by powder coating of the frame, Earles fork, and swingarm. The fuel tank and fenders were refinished before white double-row pinstriping was reapplied by hand.

Restored 1962 BMW R50S

The wheels were rebuilt with media-blasted hubs, which are laced to polished aluminum rims with stainless steel spokes. A set of period-correct Metzeler Block C tires is currently installed.

Restored 1962 BMW R50S

Replacement Euro handlebars are equipped with new grips and a pair of Hella bar-end turn indicators. The speedometer was left alone during the restoration, and the odometer currently shows 34k miles.

Restored 1962 BMW R50S

The 494cc opposed-twin was increased in output to 35 horsepower in ‘S’ trim, primarily due to a 9.5:1 compression ratio, revised camshaft, 26mm Bing carburetors, a larger air filter assembly, and freer-flowing mufflers. During the restoration, the engine received new crankshaft bearings, camshaft bearings, valves, and valve guides. The original pistons were within spec and were reinstalled in a pair of honed cylinders with a new set of rings. The four-speed gearbox and final drive were also fitted with new bearings and seals.

Restored 1962 BMW R50S

A photo of the engine case stamping is shown above, and closeups of the matching stampings on the head tube badge and frame are provided in the gallery below.

No Reserve: 1972 Honda CB350

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This 1972 Honda CB350 is powered by a 325cc parallel twin paired with a five-speed transmission and finished in red with black fuel tank stripe. The bike was acquired by the selling dealer in June 2019, and a subsequent refurbishment included a new drive chain, tires, battery, mufflers, levers, cables, chrome headlight assembly, and horn. Both carburetors were rebuilt, the valves and ignition system were adjusted, and the oil was changed. This CB350 is now offered at no reserve with a tool kit, an owner’s manual, a spare key, and a clean Vermont title.

No Reserve: 1972 Honda CB350

The fork covers, side covers, and fuel tank are finished in red, with the latter sporting black stripes. The center stand has been replaced since the photos were taken and is shown in a walk-around video, which can be viewed below and also demonstrates an engine start.

No Reserve: 1972 Honda CB350

Wire-spoke 19″ front and 18″ rear wheels are wrapped in Duro tires installed by the selling dealer, and oxidation is present on the aluminum wheel hubs. Braking is from drums front and rear, while the rear shocks are from a later CB360.

No Reserve: 1972 Honda CB350

The clutch and brake cables and levers have been replaced along with the horn and front brake light switch. An aftermarket chrome headlight assembly with a replaceable H4 bulb was also fitted. The five-digit odometer shows just under 9k miles.

No Reserve: 1972 Honda CB350

The single overhead-cam 325cc parallel twin powers the rear wheel through a five-speed unit transmission and a drive chain. The selling dealer has rebuilt the Keihin carburetors and changed the oil as well as adjusting the valves, ignition timing, and cam chain. New mufflers, fuel lines, and spark plugs have also been installed.

No Reserve: 1972 Honda CB350

The sale includes two keys, an owner’s manual, and a tool kit.

No Reserve: 1963 Mustang Pony

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This 1963 Mustang Pony was built by Gladden Products Corporation in Glendale, California and is said to have been refurbished in 2014 for use as a display vehicle in the home of an Arkansas collector. The bike features a 19.5ci single which is said to have been overhauled during the work and is mated to a three-speed manual transmission. This Pony was acquired by the selling dealer in 2018 and is offered at no reserve with a clean Arkansas title.

No Reserve: 1963 Mustang Pony

Blue paint covers the fenders and fuel tank, which features hand-painted gold Mustang scripts. The selling dealer states that a refurbishment was commissioned in 2014 by the previous owner. Suspension is provided by an upside-down front end and under-seat springs. The bike rides on polished 8″ wheels, and a drum brake is featured up front.

No Reserve: 1963 Mustang Pony

Controls consist of cable-actuated clutch and front brake levers as well as a traditional right-hand throttle. No instrumentation is present, and mileage is unknown.

No Reserve: 1963 Mustang Pony

The 19.5ci single was originally rated at 9.5 horsepower and is said to have been rebuilt by the president of the Mustang Club of America in 2014, though supporting records are unavailable. Induction is from a forward-facing carburetor with a cone air filter, while starting is accomplished by kickstart only. A three-speed manual Burman transmission powers the rear wheel via a drive chain.

No Reserve: 1977 BMW R100RS

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This 1977 BMW R100RS is a first-year example which was purchased new from Phillip Funnel Motorcycles, Ltd. in Vancouver, British Columbia and remained in Canada until being acquired by the seller and imported to the US in January 2012. Power is from an air-cooled 980cc opposed twin paired with a five-speed transmission, both of which were rebuilt by Anderwerks BMW Specialists in Calgary 28k kilometers (~17k miles) ago. A cosmetic refurbishment under previous ownership included a repaint in Silver Blue as well as rebuilds of the forks, carburetors, and cables. A top-end service was performed in the last 50 kilometers along with fluid changes and replacement of the windscreen. This R100RS is offered at no reserve with partial service records, manufacturer’s literature, a tool roll, hard saddlebags, a two-up seat, and a clean Utah title in the seller’s name.

No Reserve: 1977 BMW R100RS

Silver Blue paint (530) with blue pinstriping covers the fairings, fender, fuel tank, and tailpiece, and is said to have been reapplied under previous ownership. Blemishes on the fairing and wheels can be viewed in the gallery below along with an aftermarket two-up seat and hard-sided saddlebags, with the latter said to be usable but in poor condition. A walk-around video has been provided by the seller, who has replaced the windscreen and headlight glass.

No Reserve: 1977 BMW R100RS

Wire-spoked 19″ front and 18″ rear wheels wear Bridgestone Battlax BT45 tires mounted during the seller’s ownership. The steering head and fork were rebuilt and the rear swingarm modified with a gusset under previous ownership.

No Reserve: 1977 BMW R100RS

Instrumentation includes a tachometer and a 200-kph speedometer which are said to have been rebuilt by Palo Alto Speedometer in January 1999. The five-digit odometer is said to have turned over and shows 16k kilometers (~10k miles). A voltmeter and clock are mounted on the inner fairing. The bike reportedly features an aftermarket upper triple clamp which carries the factory steering damper.

No Reserve: 1977 BMW R100RS

The air-cooled 980cc boxer twin was rated at 70 horsepower when new and powers the rear wheel via a five-speed manual transmission and a shaft drive. The engine and transmission were rebuilt at 88k kilometers (~55k miles) by Anderwerks BMW Specialists in Calgary. A cold-start video has been provided by the seller, who has performed top-end service and fluid changes, installed new German chrome headers, as well as checking the cylinder head torque, valves, and carburetor synchronization in the last 50 kilometers.

No Reserve: 1977 BMW R100RS

A sales brochure, owner’s handbook, and service manuals are included in the sale along with a tool kit. A riding video can be viewed below.

MV Agusta 250B

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This 1968 MV Agusta 250B is powered by a 250cc four-stroke twin paired with a 5-speed transmission, and is finished in a black, red, and chrome scheme. The current owner acquired the bike about ten years ago, and it was reportedly refurbished by a prior owner in the 1980s. The bike was previously stored without fuel, and the selling dealer recently filled the bike with fresh fuel and got it running again. 250Bs featured 18″ wheels, drum brakes, and dual carburetors. This MV Agusta is registered as a 1959 model and is now offered by DENWERKS on behalf of the current owner with a California title.

MV Agusta 250B

The bike features polished panels on the tank and side covers, with red inner surfaces and black frame and fenders. The dual outlet exhaust features slash-cut silencers, and the two-place seat is equipped with a grab handle for the rear passenger. The bike retains factory head and taillights, and is not equipped with turn signals.

MV Agusta 250B

Spoked wheels measure 18″ in diameter front and rear, and are fitted with older Pirelli tires which show checking in the sidewalls. Braking is handled by 200mm drums, and suspension is by a front telescopic fork and a conventional rear swingarm with dual shock and spring assemblies.

MV Agusta 250B

Instrumentation consists of a 160-km/h speedometer with a 5-digit mechanical odometer. In the attached video the seller shows that the speedometer cable fits loosely into the front hub, and the speedometer is not working. 67k kilometers (~42k miles) are shown, though the true total is unknown.

MV Agusta 250B

Power is provided by a 250cc four-stroke twin with dual Dell’Orto carburetors with individual choke levers on either carburetor. Drive is sent to the rear wheel via a 5-speed transmission and chain primary drive. The bike had been stored without fuel, and the seller has filled the bike with fresh gas and gotten it running.

MV Agusta 250B

The frame VIN stamping of MV250B221087 is shown above, and the engine serial stamping of 211065 is shown in the gallery. A cold-start, ride, and walk-around video is viewable below.

1958 Parilla Gran Sport

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This 1958 Parilla Gran Sport was originally delivered with a 175cc single-cylinder engine, but has been fitted with a 250cc High-Cam single and four-speed transmission from a later Parilla. Per the seller, the bike was part of a private collection and was displayed in the owner’s living room for the last 11 years. Since acquisition the selling dealer has replaced the battery and filled the bike with fresh fuel, but has not gotten it running due to a missing kick starter. This Parilla is offered by the selling dealer in Oregon with a clean Colorado title.

1958 Parilla Gran Sport

The bike is finished in red with a matching frame, an alloy rear fender, and black accents. A touched up scratch is present on the right fork. The suspension consists of front telescoping forks, and a dual-sided rear swingarm with dual coilover shock assemblies.

1958 Parilla Gran Sport

The wheels feature alloy hoops measuring 19″ in diameter front and rear, and are fitted with a 2.75-19 Pirelli tire at the front, and a 3.00-19 Pirelli dual-sport tire at the rear. Braking is by drums both front and rear.

1958 Parilla Gran Sport

The sole instrument is a semi-circular, 13k-rpm Parilla-branded Smiths tachometer. Conventional controls are mounted to the low clip-on bars, and mileage is unknown.

1958 Parilla Gran Sport

The original 175cc powerplant has been replaced with a later 250cc unit per the crankcase VIN stamping of 250805. Drive is sent rearward via a 4-speed transmission with chain primary drive. The seller notes that the engine turns freely and has sputtered during attempts to push-start the bike. The seller has replaced the battery and refilled the bike with fresh gas, but due to a missing kick starter the bike has not been started.