1975 Honda CB750

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This 1975 Honda CB750 is finished in Planet Blue Metallic, and power comes from a modified SOHC inline-four mated to a 5-speed transmission. The bike previously spent time in Florida and was acquired by the seller in 2014 from the believed second owner. Work since purchase included an engine reseal with new gaskets, a rebuild of the carburetors, and the replacement of the steering head bearings, swing arm bushings, exhaust system, and more as described below. This CB750 is now offered with various spares, service records, two keys, and a clean Illinois title in the seller’s name.

1975 Honda CB750

Finished in Planet Blue Metallic, and the seller notes the side covers have been re-painted but now show chips and a crack. The chrome rear fender shows pitting, and surface corrosion can be seen on some fasteners. The right side mirror is noted to have a cloudy spot, and the lenses of both gauges have scratches. The horn and tail light are replacement items, and the Dunlop tires were fitted in 2017.

1975 Honda CB750

The wheel bearings, steering head bearings, and swing arm bushings, were replaced, and the front brakes were rebuilt with new pads and brake lines. A replacement battery and neutral switch were also added.

1975 Honda CB750

The instrument cluster contains a 150-mph speedometer and a tachometer with an 8k rpm redline. The handlebars, grips, control cables, and levers are replacement items. Approximately 5,300 miles are shown on the odometer, just under 300 of which have been added by the seller.

1975 Honda CB750

The air-cooled inline-four is said to have been modified with a big-bore 836cc kit and a high-performance camshaft, resulting in a reported output of 75 horsepower. Work under current ownership has included a re-seal of the engine, a carburetor rebuild, and replacement of the clutch discs and stator. An aftermarket oil cooler was removed, and a Kerker exhaust was replaced with an factory 4-pipe system with heat shields.

1975 Honda CB750

Records from the seller’s ownership will accompany the sale, along with spares including a factory tool kit, OEM grips, baffles, a seat, rear fender, and the removed Kerker exhaust.

1957 Ducati 175 TS

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This 1957 Ducati 175 TS was purchased from and refurbished by Ducati tuner Reno Leoni for the 2007 Motogiro d’Italia. Powered by a bevel-drive SOHC 4-stroke single with a 4-speed transmission, the bike was rebuilt in 2007 and modified with gearing suitable for touring events. The bike was serviced by Leoni again in 2016, and new clutch plates, cylinder gaskets and tires were fitted. The seller has owned the bike 12 years and has added approximately 8,500 miles on Moto Giro events in Italy, Monaco, and the Americas. This 175 TS is being offered with a clean Indiana title in the seller’s name.

1957 Ducati 175 TS

The 175 TS (Turismo Speciale) was a de-tuned version of the 175 Sport with touring handlebars, fuel tank, and fenders. This example is finished in red and white, and features include a 4.5 gallon tank and touring handlebars with bar-end mirrors.

1957 Ducati 175 TS

No speedometer is provided. The true mileage is unknown, but the seller estimates 8,500 miles have been added since the rebuild in 2007. 18″ chrome Radaelli wheels wear Ceat tires that were replaced in 2016.

1957 Ducati 175 TS

The 175cc SOHC four-stroke single produced 11 horsepower when new and is equipped with a 22.5mm Dell’Orto carburetor. A bevel drive window is fitted to the cam cover, and the four-speed transmission features a heel and toe shift lever. Rebuilt in 2007 by noted Ducati specialist Reno Leoni, the bike was modified with smaller sprockets for lower RPMs on long distance events. In 2016 Leoni service the bike again with new clutch plates and cylinder head gaskets.

1957 Ducati 175 TS

The engine case wears a Reno Leoni inscription, and photos of Leoni with the bike are provided in the gallery below.

No Reserve: 1990 BMW R100GS

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This 1990 BMW R100GS is finished in Marrakech Red and powered by a 980cc boxer twin mated to a 5-speed transmission with shaft drive to the rear wheel. The bike is equipped with factory panniers, tail bag mounts, and bash guards, as well as factory graphics. The seller recently acquired the bike from its prior owner of 18 years, and has since serviced the engine’s top-end and had the gearbox fitted with an updated output shaft circlip by Virginia Motorrad. New tires of the buyer’s choice will be fitted prior to delivery. This R100GS is offered at no reserve with an owner’s manual, tool roll, and a South Carolina title in the seller’s name.

No Reserve: 1990 BMW R100GS

The R100GS was equipped with a six-gallon steel fuel tank and plastic fenders and side panels. This example is finished in Marrakech Red, one of three colors available for the model’s final year of production. Suspension consists of a rear Paralever swingarm with mono-shock, and a set of 40mm Marzocchi front forks. The bike retains a factory center stand, and a set of factory pannier cases are included.

No Reserve: 1990 BMW R100GS

The bike is equipped with factory spoked wheels measuring 21″ at the front and 17″ at the rear. The wheels are equipped with factory hooked Akront rims, which allow use of tubeless tires. Braking is handled by a single front disc and a rear drum. The seller notes that the fitted tires are older, and new tires of the buyer’s choice will be mounted and balanced prior to delivery.

No Reserve: 1990 BMW R100GS

A set of black plastic hand guards are fitted to the motocross-style handlebars. The bikini faring shields a 120-mph speedometer and an array of warning lights. The 5-digit odometer shows approximately 26,600 miles.

No Reserve: 1990 BMW R100GS

The 980cc boxer twin was factory-rated at 60 horsepower and is fitted with dual 32mm Bing carburetors. An external oil cooler is mounted to the front bash bar. The seller disassembled the top ends and performed a re-seal, including new pushrod tube seals, head gaskets, cylinder o-rings, and an inspection of the valvetrain.

A cold-start video is viewable above. The seller also rebuilt the carburetors, adjusted the valves, re-torqued the heads, and changed the fluids. Corrosion is noted atop the exhaust collector box.

No Reserve: 1990 BMW R100GS

The seller inspected the transmission for inspection, and sent it to Antoine Largiader of Virginia Motorrad for the c-clip modification and a re-seal. The driveline was also cleaned and vapor blasted prior to re-assembly on the bike.

No Reserve: 1990 BMW R100GS

The factory rider’s manual is pictured above, and the seller notes that the factory tool roll and underseat storage tray are intact.

A six-minute walk-around video is viewable above, and a riding video is viewable below.

1949 Vincent Series B Rapide

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This 1949 Vincent Rapide is a Series B model that was previously owned by longtime Vincent Owner’s Club member and motorcycle racer, Jon Ulver. Finished in traditional black and gold, the bike is powered by a 998cc V-twin paired with a four-speed gearbox. Equipment includes twin 2LS front brakes, a Black Shadow speedometer, aluminum rims, black-painted engine cases, and more as outlined in the listing below. The seller has added approximately 1,200 miles since acquiring the bike in 2017. Maintenance performed over the last two years included refinishing the fuel tank, as well as the installation of new aluminum fenders, a BTH magneto, AMAL carburetors, and a set of Avon tires. This Series B Rapide is now being offered with service manuals and a clear Oregon title. 

1949 Vincent Series B Rapide

A new Vincent-HRD insignia and gold pinstriping were applied to the fuel tank after it was chemically stripped, internally sealed, and refinished last year. New aluminum mudguards have also been installed by the seller, along with a larger aftermarket saddle.

1949 Vincent Series B Rapide

Aluminum rims measuring 19″ up front and 18” in the rear are laced to the drum brake hubs in place of the 20″ and 19″ rims installed at the factory, allowing for better tire selection. This Series B example is equipped with twin 2LS front drum brakes and a Brampton fork. An upgraded hydraulic shock for the rear has been added.

1949 Vincent Series B Rapide

A 5” Shadow clock was installed under previous ownership. The odometer currently shows 41k miles, though actual mileage is unknown.

1949 Vincent Series B Rapide

The engine was reportedly rebuilt with a Maughan & Sons crankshaft and updated clutch during previous ownership. New stock-specification pistons and liners have been installed by the seller, along with a set of new AMAL carburetors, a twin throttle cable arrangement, BTH magneto, and an electronic voltage regulator.

1949 Vincent Series B Rapide

Sometime in the 1960s or 1970s, the bike was converted to resemble a Black Shadow, and a ‘B’ was stamped onto the end of the engine serial number. The ‘B’ has been removed from the casting, though the black paint remains on the engine cases. Closeups of the stampings on the engine (F10AB/1/1751), upper frame member (R3651), and rear frame member (3651) are provided in the gallery below.

1949 Vincent Series B Rapide

An assortment of parts and service literature accompanies the sale.

No Reserve: 1975 BMW R90/6

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This 1975 BMW R90/6 is believed to have spent its life in Colorado prior to the seller’s recent acquisition. The bike is powered by an 898cc air-cooled opposed-twin with a 5-speed transmission, and recent work included a valve adjustment, a carburetor rebuild, and a cylinder head re-torque. The lubricants were also changed, and accessories include Krauser hard cases and aftermarket heated grips. This R90/6 is offered at no reserve with the factory tool kit, owner’s manual, and a clean South Carolina title in the seller’s name.

No Reserve: 1975 BMW R90/6

The bike is finished in traditional black with white pin-striping. Features include a 4.75 gallon tank and an optional tail rack with bag mounts. The seat was re-covered by a previous owner, and the seller replaced the battery with an Odyssey gel cell. Weinmann alloy rims wear Heidenau K60 dual sport tires that are said to have fewer than 1,200 miles.

No Reserve: 1975 BMW R90/6

Instrumentation consists of a 140-mph speedometer and a 9k-rpm tachometer. A factory steering damper is provided, and aftermarket heated grips have been added. 38k miles are currently shown on the 5-digit odometer.

No Reserve: 1975 BMW R90/6

The 898cc opposed-twin was factory-rated at 60 horsepower and features dual 32mm Bing carburetors. Power is transferred to the rear wheel via a 5-speed transmission with shaft drive. When purchased, the seller rebuilt and balanced the carburetors, adjusted the valves, and re-torqued the cylinder heads to factory specifications. The engine, transmission, driveshaft, and final drive lubricants were also changed. No service records are available.

No Reserve: 1975 BMW R90/6

Accessories include Krauser hard cases with mounts, and a Denfeld tail rack. Walk around, cold start, and riding videos are provided below.

1976 Benelli 750 Sei

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This 1976 Benelli 750 Sei was reportedly sold new in Missouri and was acquired by the seller one year ago out of long term storage in California. The bike shows approximately 3,600 miles and is powered by a SOHC 747cc inline-six paired with a 5-speed transmission. The seller has successfully started the engine but notes refurbishing will be required due to corrosion inside the fuel tank and on many of the chrome surfaces. This 750 Sei is sold with removed parts and a clean California title in the seller’s name.

1976 Benelli 750 Sei

Designed by Ghia under the direction of Alejandro DeTomaso, the 750 Sei was the first production motorcycle offered with a six-cylinder engine. Of the estimated 3,200 built, this example is reported to be a Mk.1 series 2, of which only 87 were produced with an upgraded transmission. Finished in silver with red and black striping, the bike was stored for over 30 years, and corrosion is noted inside the fuel tank and on many of the chrome surfaces including the exhaust pipes, handlebars, fuel cap, and headlight ring. The fuel tank will require refurbishing as expired gas and corrosion can be found in the interior, and corrosion and a ding are noted on the exterior.

1976 Benelli 750 Sei

The front end features Marzocchi forks with Brembo dual disc brakes. Corrosion is visible on the fork tubes, and the seller notes the brake hydraulics will need to be rebuilt. Borrani shouldered alloy wheels wear older tires and the front tire is visibly flat.

1976 Benelli 750 Sei

The rectangular instrument cluster contains a 140-mph speedometer and a 10k-rpm tachometer with centrally mounted warning lights. 3,600 miles are shown on the odometer, and corrosion can be seen on the handlebars, headlight, and turn signal stalks.

1976 Benelli 750 Sei

The overhead-cam 747cc inline-six was factory rated at 76 horsepower and features three 24mm Dell’Orto carburetors. Both electric and a kick starters are fitted, and a 5-speed transmission transfers power to the rear wheel via chain drive. When purchased the seller cleaned the carburetors, filled the float bowls with fuel, and successfully started the engine. No service records are available, but removed parts including the petcocks, intake boots, and crankcase vent hoses will be included.

No Reserve: 2007 Ducati 1098

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This 2007 Ducati 1098 was sold new at MotorCorsa of Portland, Oregon and is powered by a liquid-cooled 1,098cc V-twin mated to a six-speed manual gearbox. Additional equipment and modifications include Brembo brakes, a Termignoni exhaust system, a BMC air filter, and an ECU reflash. The bike has been with its current owner for three years and approximately 4,300 of its 15k indicated miles, during the last 500 of which new spark plugs were installed and an oil change was performed. This 1098 is offered on dealer consignment at no reserve with service records and a clean Oregon title.

No Reserve: 2007 Ducati 1098

The 1098 was designed by Giandrea Fabbro and featured a full front fairing, a tubular steel frame, and a single-sided rear swingarm. Red was one of four colors offered, and close-up photos of the finish on this example are provided in the gallery below. The right side of the fairing has reportedly been touched up with new paint and clear coat. A 70mm Termignoni exhaust system includes carbon fiber mufflers exiting from under the rear seat.

No Reserve: 2007 Ducati 1098

Forged Marchesini 17” wheels are wrapped in Pirelli Corsa tires that have reportedly seen less than 1,000 miles of use. The factory braking system features twin four-piston Brembo front calipers and a single rear disc. The suspension is said to have been re-valved and sprung for a 195-lb. rider by EDR Performance of Beaverton, Oregon.

No Reserve: 2007 Ducati 1098

The digital instrument cluster includes a 13k-rpm tachometer and an odometer that shows just under 15k miles, approximately 4,300 of which were added during the last three years.

No Reserve: 2007 Ducati 1098

The liquid-cooled 1,098cc V-twin is linked with a six-speed manual transmission and was factory-rated at 160 horsepower and 90 lb-ft of torque when new, enough to propel the 381-pound bike from zero to 60 mph in less than three seconds. An ECU reflash and BMC air filter were added by MotoCorsa in 2016, while new cam belts, a quick-disconnect fuel line, and replacement Desmo valve adjusting shims were installed in 2015. A riding video is presented below.

No Reserve: Custom 1981 BMW R100RT Cafe Racer

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This 1981 BMW R100RT is a custom café racer built by the seller which is powered by a 980cc boxer twin paired with a 5-speed transmission and shaft drive. The seller acquired the bike in 2011 after restoring his father’s R50, and features include RaceTech-modified front forks, rear coilover assemblies from Works Shocks, a custom solo seat made by Thorsten Strenger, dual front Brembo disc brakes, an R90 final drive, Motorrad Elektrik ignition and charging system components, LED lighting, and more detailed below. The bike was featured on BikeEXIF’s site in 2013, and the seller has added 6,400 miles since its completion. This R100RT is now offered with a handwritten build log, a printed build log, tool roll, a BikeEXIF calendar featuring the bike, a copy of the magazine featuring the bike on its cover, and a clean New York title in the seller’s name.

No Reserve: Custom 1981 BMW R100RT Cafe Racer

The fuel tank, front fender, and rear clamshell are finished in matte black with white gold leaf offset racing stripes down the middle, and cream BMW-style double pinstripes. The seller has converted the bike to LED lighting, including the headlight, indicators, taillights, and license plate light. The plate is mounted to a custom aluminum bracket which follows the contour of the final drive.

No Reserve: Custom 1981 BMW R100RT Cafe Racer

The wheels were custom made by Woody’s Wheelworks to allow fitment of tubeless tires. They are based around an R65 front hub and R90 rear hub with stainless spokes and sealed aluminum hoops, and are fitted with Avon unidirectional tires. Braking is handled by dual front Brembo discs and a mechanically-operated rear drum. Custom wheel spacers machined by Chris Cantebury affix the R90 rear hub and final drive assembly to the R100 swingarm.

No Reserve: Custom 1981 BMW R100RT Cafe Racer

The factory front forks were rebuilt by RaceTech with their Gold Valve emulators giving the bike dual-stage damping. A few years after the bike was initially completed the seller had a set of 3.5″ fork extensions with built-in preload adjusters designed by Toaster Tan. The rear coilover shock assemblies were custom built by Works Shocks to the seller’s specs, and were later extended for additional suspension travel.

No Reserve: Custom 1981 BMW R100RT Cafe Racer

The custom solo seat was made by Thorsten Strenger in Florida. The seat is designed to fit on a shortened factory seat frame, and to pair to a stock BMW tank. The brown leather cover and cushion were made by the seller’s local upholstery shop. A 12-volt Alien Motion lithium-ion battery is affixed to a custom pan made from a road sign and concealed under the fiberglass rear clamshell.

No Reserve: Custom 1981 BMW R100RT Cafe Racer

A CNC-machined triple-clamp from Toaster Tan is fitted and sits lower on the forks than the factory item, allowing the Tarozzi clip-ons to be mounted over the triple clamp rather than underneath for a more upright riding position. The steel bars are fitted with factory BMW controls, and the footpegs and controls have been relocated with a set of Boxer Metal rearsets designed for airhead BMWs.

No Reserve: Custom 1981 BMW R100RT Cafe Racer

The Acewell multi-function gauge incorporates a digital speedometer and an analog tachometer, and the housing has been hand-brushed for a satin texture. The gauge incorporates indicator lights for high beams, directionals, and the rev limiter, and includes a ride timer, odometer, trip meter, and a voltmeter. Approximately 6,400 miles are shown, which is the total mileage since completion.

No Reserve: Custom 1981 BMW R100RT Cafe Racer

The 980cc air-cooled boxer engine was reportedly rebuilt to stock specifications prior to the seller’s acquisition, and sends power to the rear wheel via a 5-speed transmission and shorter R65 final drive. Modifications include an Epco stainless steel exhaust with reverse-cone mufflers, a Motorrad Elektrik Alpha Electronic ignition system, and Motorrad Elektrik diode board, stator, and voltage regulator, which are pictured in the gallery below.

No Reserve: Custom 1981 BMW R100RT Cafe Racer

A custom aluminum toolbox is installed on the factory battery tray and houses a 12-volt mini air pump, a tire plug kit, and a tool roll with a selection of hand tools, a multi-tool vice grip, and an LED flashlight. The seller opted to retain the factory center stand in addition to the side stand for ease of repair, and an air pump and plug kit are included for the tubeless tires.

No Reserve: Custom 1981 BMW R100RT Cafe Racer

The seller has kept a handwritten log of work performed since 2011, as well as a printed spiral-bound book that is more than 600 pages long and incorporates both the seller’s handwritten notes and forum activity from the duration of the build. The bike was also featured as one of Bike EXIF’s top ten custom bikes of 2013, and the Bike EXIF calendar featuring the bike is also included, as well as a copy of the magazine which features the bike on its cover. A video highlighting the build is viewable below.

No Reserve: 1963 Zundapp KS50 Super

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This 1963 Zundapp KS50 Super was purchased new as a 16th birthday present for a farmer in Montrose Colorado. Reportedly stored in a barn since 1983, it was eventually acquired by the seller in 2014. Powered by a 50cc 2-stroke single with a 4-speed transmission, the bike was treated to a refurbishment which included re-sealing the engine, fresh paint, and upholstery. Just under 4k miles are shown, of which the seller has added approximately 200 since the refurbishment was completed. This Zundapp is offered at no reserve with a service manual, parts book, bike cover, and a clean Colorado title in the seller’s name.

No Reserve: 1963 Zundapp KS50 Super

The body work was media blasted and the fenders were repaired before refinishing in white by Kustom Coach Werks in Grand Junction, Colorado. The seat was recovered, and the trim, badging, and decals replaced. New rear shocks and brake shoes were fitted, along with an aftermarket tail rack.

No Reserve: 1963 Zundapp KS50 Super

The KS50 was made primarily from aluminum, only the front fender and fuel tank are steel. A dent is noted in front fender from impacting the horn, and the forks will require rebuilding.

No Reserve: 1963 Zundapp KS50 Super

The headlight shell contains a 60-mph speedometer and the ignition switch. As part of the refurbishment the control cables, hand grips, wiring, and lighting were replaced. The horn is not wired. 3,909 miles are currently shown on the five-digit odometer.

No Reserve: 1963 Zundapp KS50 Super

Power comes from a 50cc 2-stroke single with a 4-speed transmission and enclosed chain drive. The engine was reportedly rebuilt with new seals, gaskets, and clutch discs. The exhaust system was also replaced, and a new chain fitted. No service records are available, but the seller will provide notes and pictures of all work performed as well as the removed parts.

No Reserve: 1984 Honda V65 Sabre VF1100S

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This 1984 Honda V65 Sabre was acquired by the selling dealer one month ago from the believed second owner. Powered by a DOHC 1,098cc liquid-cooled V-4 with a 6-speed transmission, the bike features anti-dive forks and 3-way adjustable handlebars. 20k miles are currently shown, and the seller recently replaced the spark plugs and performed an engine oil change. This Sabre is offered by the selling dealer at no reserve with the owner’s manual, tool kit, and a clean Wisconsin title.

No Reserve: 1984 Honda V65 Sabre VF1100S

Produced primarily for the American market, the V65 Sabre was developed as a sport-tourer for quickly traversing long distances. The bike is finished in silver and black with red striping, and the seller notes the factory applied warning decal on the fuel tank shows wear. The right-side passenger grab bar also has a crack in the covering.

No Reserve: 1984 Honda V65 Sabre VF1100S

The front end is equipped with air adjustable-forks with Honda’s patented anti-dive “Trac” system. Braking is provided by dual discs with 2-piston calipers. The rear is fitted with a Pro-Link suspension and a single disc brake. Cast alloy wheels wear older Dunlop tires.

No Reserve: 1984 Honda V65 Sabre VF1100S

The instrument cluster contains a 160-mph speedometer, an 11k-rpm tachometer, and LCD indicators for fuel level, temperature, and gear position. Three-way adjustable handlebars adjust for height, spread, and reach.

No Reserve: 1984 Honda V65 Sabre VF1100S

The 1,098cc V-4 was factory-rated at 121 horsepower and features four valves per cylinder, double overhead cams, and liquid-cooling. A 6-speed transmission with shaft drive transfers the power to the rear wheel. The selling dealer recently changed the oil and replaced the spark plugs in preparation for sale. A walk around video with the engine running can be seen below.