No Reserve: 1960 BMW R50

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This 1960 BMW R50 is a matching-numbers example that was purchased one year ago from a BMW mechanic who had owned it since 1970. Believed to have had three owners, the bike shows just under 77K miles, of which the seller has added 500 over the last year. Powered by a 494cc boxer twin with a 4-speed transmission, the previous owner replaced the oil slingers and recently the current owner changed all fluids, adjusted the valves, re-torqued the heads, installed new pushrod tube seals, and added new tires.
 This R50 is now offered at no reserve with a factory tool kit, the removed dual seat, and a clean South Carolina title in the seller’s name.

No Reserve: 1960 BMW R50

The traditional black enamel features white pinstripes and is believed to be factory applied. Age related corrosion can be seen on the frame, fenders, and some of the brightwork. The bike features an Earles fork, a 3.5 gallon tank, and a period Brown side stand. The factory Schorsch Meier dual seat was replaced with a new Denfeld Solo seat, and a German made rear fender rack was added. Wire-spoke alloy wheels wear new Avon Speedmaster tires and tubes.

No Reserve: 1960 BMW R50

The stock handlebars were replaced with new 22mm Flanders style bars that have a lower profile. A factory supplied steering damper and period Albert mirrors are fitted, while the reverse sweep 120MPH speedometer has a 5-digit odometer that shows just under 77K miles.

No Reserve: 1960 BMW R50

The air-cooled OHV 494cc boxer-twin produced 26 horsepower in stock form and is fed by two 24mm Bing carburetors. The 4-speed transmission sends power to the rear wheel via a shaft drive. The previous owner replaced the crankshaft oil slingers at 35K miles and again at 73K miles. The current owner changed the fluids, adjusted valves, re-torqued the heads and installed new seals on the pushrod tubes.

No Reserve: 1960 BMW R50

No service records are available as the previous owners were BMW mechanics who performed much of their own work. Inside the tool compartment is hand written notation of some services performed in the past.

No Reserve: 1960 BMW R50

A complete factory tool roll is provided, and the removed Schorsch Meier bench seat will also be included in the sale.

 

No Reserve: 2007 Ducati SportClassic 1000

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This 2007 Ducati SportClassic 1000 Biposto was purchased new by the seller from Fast by Ferracci in Willow Grove, Pennsylvania and shows less than 5k miles. Modifications include a custom-made polished aluminum fuel tank and Monster S2R Showa forks, while power is provided by a fuel-injected 992cc L-twin paired with a 6-speed gearbox and equipped with a Ducati Performance open airbox and stainless Conti-style exhaust pipes. A new chain and cam belts were installed in mid-2018. This SportClassic is now being offered in California with removed factory parts and a clear Virginia title in the seller’s name.

No Reserve: 2007 Ducati SportClassic 1000

The polished aluminum fuel tank is reportedly one of approximately 100 units formed in the shape of a stock plastic item by an Italian manufacturer. The Ducati logo was hand-applied onto the tank by a local sign painter, and has since worn from polishing. A ding is reportedly present in the tank.

No Reserve: 2007 Ducati SportClassic 1000

The factory Marzocchi forks have been replaced with a set of adjustable Showa units from a Monster S2R. Continental Sport Attack tires are installed on the factory wire wheels; the model specific Pirelli Phantom Sportscomps were removed at 1,200 and are included with the sale. A yellow tint has been added to the headlight, which is removable.

No Reserve: 2007 Ducati SportClassic 1000

Twin gauges resemble the Veglia units used by Ducati in earlier times, and include a digital odometer showing less than 5,000 miles. Vintage NOS Tommaselli handgrips replace the included factory pieces.

No Reserve: 2007 Ducati SportClassic 1000

The fuel-injected 992cc Dual-Spark L-twin is paired with a 6-speed gearbox. Upgrades performed by the seller include a freer-flowing Ducati Performance airbox lid designed for this bike and a set of stainless Conti-style pipes from Keihan Systems (with uninstalled, but included baffles). The exhaust wrap is Thermo Tec carbon fiber to help dissipate of heat generated on longer rides. An o2 sensor manipulator from FatDuc has been installed to enable the fuel/mixture adjustments required by the airbox modification and freer-flowing exhaust. New cam belts and a replacement drive chain were installed approximately nine months ago.

No Reserve: 2007 Ducati SportClassic 1000

The stock front fender, forks, and removable tail section are included in the sale along with the original fuel tank, which is pictured in the gallery.

A cold start video is shown above, and riding footage is provided below:

No Reserve: Modified 1978 BMW R100/7

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This 1978 BMW R100/7 is powered by a replacement 1,000cc horizontal twin reportedly sourced from an R100RS and featuring an upgraded camshaft, flowed dual-plug cylinder heads, electronic ignition, a deep sump, and a 2-into-1 exhaust system. Additional modifications include an RS front end with dual disc brakes, Progressive springs, and a shouldered alloy rim. The seller has ridden the bike 1,500 miles since purchasing it two years from the previous owner, reportedly a marque specialist who performed the modifications. Subsequent service included replacement of the battery, a valve adjustment, re-torquing the cylinder heads, and fluid changes. This R100 is sold with a clean South Carolina title in the seller’s name.

No Reserve: Modified 1978 BMW R100/7

The 6.3-gallon fuel tank is finished in black paint with gold pinstriping and features replacement BMW roundels, while factory-style decals remain affixed to the side covers. The frame is believed by the seller to have been refinished under previous ownership. The seat has been reupholstered, an aftermarket side stand has been added, and the front and rear turn signals deleted. A walk-around video has been provided by the seller.

No Reserve: Modified 1978 BMW R100/7

The forks and front brakes were sourced from an R100RS and feature Progressive springs, dual discs, and stainless steel lines. The front wheel uses a shouldered D.I.D. rim, while the rear is a standard BMW item. Both wheels were reportedly rebuilt with vapor-blasted hubs and stainless steel spokes by Buchanan’s Spoke & Rim. The tires are older Michelins, but the seller has offered to replace them with the buyer’s choice before delivery.

No Reserve: Modified 1978 BMW R100/7

Controls and instruments remain stock, including a 140-mph speedometer and a tachometer with a 7k-rpm redline. Approximately 34k miles are shown on the 5-digit odometer, 1,500 of which have been added by the seller.

No Reserve: Modified 1978 BMW R100/7

The air-cooled 1,000cc opposed twin was reportedly sourced from a R100RS by the previous owner, who modified it with a performance cam, flowed twin-plug cylinder heads, Dyna electronic ignition, a deep sump, and a 2-into-1 Luftmeister exhaust system. The seller recently installed a gel cell battery, adjusted the valves, re-torqued the heads, and changed the fluids.

A cold start video is provided above. Power is sent to the rear wheel through a 5-speed transmission and shaft drive. The current and previous owners are said to have performed all work personally, leaving service records unavailable.

No Reserve: 1974 Honda CB125

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This 1974 Honda CB125 reportedly had a single owner before being donated to the Petersen Automotive Museum four years ago. The bike is equipped with a 122cc 4-stroke single paired with a 5-speed transmission, but has not been started or inspected by the museum and its running condition is unknown. This CB125 shows approximately 3,100 miles and is sold with a clean California title.

No Reserve: 1974 Honda CB125

The CB125 was only available in Candy Topaz Orange for 1974, and this example wears factory-style decals and emblems. The right side cover shows a different hue, the seat cover has a split seam, and the chrome exhibits pitting. Several reflective decals and a period tail rack were added by the previous owner.

No Reserve: 1974 Honda CB125

Upgrades for 1974 included a mechanical front disc brake instead of the previous year’s drum setup. Chrome wire-spoke wheels wear older tires that should be replaced due to age.

No Reserve: 1974 Honda CB125

Instrumentation consists of a 12k-rpm tachometer, an 80-mph speedometer, and a 5-digit odometer showing just under 3,100 miles. The bike retains original-style grey control cables, while photos indicate the clutch lever is broken.

No Reserve: 1974 Honda CB125

The air-cooled 122cc overhead-cam single originally produced 17 horsepower and is linked to the rear wheel through a 5-speed transmission and chain drive. No mechanical inspections have been made under current ownership, nor have any attempts to start the engine. The bike is currently registered on Planned Non-Operation status in California according to the seller.

2004 Honda CB50R Dream

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This 2004 Honda CB50R Dream is a limited-edition, factory-built replica of the 1962 Honda RC110 racer which is powered by a 4-stroke 50cc DOHC single with a 6-speed transmission. The bike was acquired seven years ago by the seller from its original selling dealer, and is claimed to have been used as a static display from new. This CB50R is sold with an owner’s manual, stock tank decals, factory tools and carburetor jets, and a clean California title in the seller’s name.

2004 Honda CB50R Dream

Just 440 Dreams were built as a tribute to Honda’s first 50cc race bike, with each weighing 156 pounds and available only in silver. Features include a 1.6-gallon fuel tank, clip-on handlebars, a race seat, and a number plate fairing. This example wears removable decals from original dealer Sierra Motor Sports, but a set of factory Honda wing decals are also included.

2004 Honda CB50R Dream

The front end features Showa suspension, an aluminum fender, and a single hydraulic disc brake. Wire-spoke 18″ wheels wear Bridgestone Battleaxe tires.

2004 Honda CB50R Dream

The sole instrument is an 18k-rpm tachometer, and no odometer is provided. The bike must be bump started, as no electric starter or kickstarter are fitted. The seller claims that it has been started twice but not ridden since his purchase.

2004 Honda CB50R Dream

The 50cc 4-stroke single features race-spec piston, cams, and valve springs as well as a 20mm carburetor. The engine was rated at seven horsepower, reportedly enough to propel the bike to 70 mph when revved to nearly 14,000 rpm. An aluminum oil catch tank is fitted, and a lightweight generator eliminates the need for a battery.

No Reserve: 1985 Kawasaki GPZ550

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This 1985 Kawasaki GPZ550 was refurbished by the previous owner over the past two years with a new black and red finish, a top-end rebuild of its 553cc DOHC inline-four, and a new clutch for its a 6-speed transmission. Modifications include clip-on handlebars, rearset foot controls, a Yoshimura exhaust, exhaust header wrap, bronze-colored wheels, a yellow-tinted headlight, and more. Acquired by the selling dealer in late 2018, this GPZ550 shows 42k miles and is sold with removed stock parts and a clean Wisconsin title. The GPZ550 was designed as a sportier replacement for the middleweight KZ550. This example was refinished under previous ownership in metallic black with red accents and modifications including clip-on handlebars, a yellow headlight lens cover, a CRG bar-end mirror, and Tarozzi rearsets controlling the shifter and rear brake. The forks were overhauled with new seals, Progressive springs, and an anti-dive delete kit from Fast From the Past. The dual disc brakes have been upgraded with Galfer stainless braided brake lines, new pads, and a master cylinder with an adjustable lever. Bronze-colored triple-spoke wheels wear Pirelli Diablo Sport Demon tires fitted in 2016. The tank features a fuel level indicator and warning lights for side stand position, oil level, and battery charge. The fuel level sending unit is noted to be inoperable, and the indicator always reads empty. The battery charge indicator uses an acid level sensor which is incompatible with modern batteries, resulting in a continuously flashing light. The odometer is reported to show 42k miles, approximately 100 of which were added by the selling dealer. The 553cc DOHC inline-four produced 57 horsepower in stock form and transfers power to the rear wheel through a 6-speed transmission and chain drive. The previous owner reportedly performed a top-end rebuild, adjusted the valve clearances, rebuilt the carburetor, and lubricated the control cables over the past two years as well as replacing the clutch, battery, hoses, spark plugs, and ignition wires. Modifications include: Alpha Moto intake filters Period Yoshimura exhaust system wrapped with header tape K&L carburetor jets to match intake and exhaust changes Krueger manual cam chain tensioner Sunstar sprockets and drive chain K&L petcock to convert the stock vacuum fuel delivery system to manual gravity feed A compression test was performed with each cylinder showing 149psi in the gallery below. A collection of removed stock parts and spares is included in the sale, though records from the recent work are unavailable.

No Reserve: 1988 Honda XRV650 Africa Twin RD03

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This 1988 Honda XRV650 Africa Twin RD03 is a Swiss-market example from the first year of production. The bike is powered by a liquid-cooled 647cc V-twin paired with a 5-speed manual gearbox and comes equipped with engine protection bars as well as a Givi top case and panniers. A replacement drive chain and sprockets have been installed within the past 500 miles, and more recent service included new spark plugs and an oil change. This Africa Twin is offered by the selling dealer in Rammelsbach, Germany with Swiss registration. The Africa Twin’s design was influenced by the Dakar-winning NXR750 and featured a low front fender, hand guards, a lower engine shield, and a 6.34-gallon fuel tank. As a Swiss-market bike, this example comes equipped with a single rectangular headlamp instead of dual round beams. An aftermarket accessory light has been added up front. Engine protection bars and a matching pannier rack are fitted along with a hard Givi top case and panniers. The suspension was designed to feature nearly 9” of travel up front and 8” in the rear. Braking is from front and rear discs, and a protective front brake cover came standard from the factory. Instrumentation consists of a 200 km/h speedometer, 9k rpm tachometer, water temperature gauge, and a 5-digit odometer which is said to have rolled over once. Actual mileage is reportedly 123k kilometers (~77k miles). The 647cc V-twin is tucked behind a rock guard and the low fuel tank. The liquid-cooled powerplant features three valves per cylinder, with induction through a pair of CV carburetors. Recent service included an oil and filter change and a new pair of spark plugs. The chain and sprockets have reportedly been replaced within the past 500 miles.

No Reserve: 1975 Honda CB360-T

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This 1974 Honda CB360T was acquired by the selling dealer from the family of its original owner and shows just under 5K miles. The bike is powered by a 356cc parallel twin with a 6-speed transmission, and over the last 4 months it has been fitted with a new battery, new tires, new spark plugs, petcock, and fuel lines. Valve and cam chain adjustments were also carried out along with carburetor work, and approximately 50 miles have been added since the service. This CB360T is offered with an owner’s manual, tool kit, factory-supplied keys, and a clean Wisconsin title. The fuel tank and side covers are finished in Red with the correct emblems, bright trim, and factory decals. Reportedly stored indoors prior to 1980, minor wear can be seen on the finish, including pitting on the chrome and age-related corrosion on the case, lower fork legs, wheels, and hardware. The exhaust system and seat cover are believed to be original, and the ignition lock, fuel tank lock, and seat lock use a common key. The CB360T differed from the earlier CB360 with the addition of a hydraulic front disc brake. The master cylinder, brake lines, and caliper were flushed on this example after removal from storage, and the control cables were lubricated and adjusted. Chrome wire wheels wear new period-style tires, and the original Bridgestone tires will also be included if the buyer desires them. Instrumentation consists of a 110 mph speedometer and a 12k-rpm tachometer with fading visible in the red line area. The right-side switch gear, turn signal relay, and many of the bulbs were recently replaced. The 5-digit odometer shows just under 5K miles. The air-cooled 356cc parallel twin is paired with a 6-speed transmission. The selling dealer recently replaced the battery, spark plugs, points, condenser, petcock, fuel hoses, and engine oil. The valves, timing, and cam chain were adjusted and the carburetors cleaned, resealed with new O-rings, and synchronized. The owner’s manual and factory supplied toolkit are included. Service records prior to the recent reconditioning are not available.

No Reserve: 2008 Triumph Bonneville T100

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This 2008 Triumph Bonneville T100 was purchased new at Arlen Ness Ducati in Daytona Beach, Florida by the seller, who later sold it to a friend in 2013 before buying it back in 2014. The bike is powered by an air-cooled and carbureted 865cc parallel twin paired with a 5-speed transmission and finished in Jet Black over Fusion White with hand-painted gold coach lines. Modifications include Thruxton fenders, scrambler-style handlebars, Öhlins rear shocks, and stainless exhaust components. This Bonneville T100 has been ridden approximately 5,500 miles and is offered with a clean Florida title in the seller’s name. The 4.4-gallon fuel tank is finished in Jet Black over Fusion White and features hand-painted gold coach lines. The stock fenders have been replaced with those from a Triumph Thruxton, and black powder coated scrambler-style handlebars from Flanders Company have been fitted. Additional cosmetic changes include a powder coated headlight fixture, a Lucas-style rear brake light, bullet turn signals, and a stainless chain guard. Stock wire wheels wear Pirelli Sport Demon tires showing 2015 date codes. Suspension and braking modifications include front fork springs from Progressive Suspension, Öhlins rear shocks, and an upgraded front brake caliper with replacement pads. Adjustable clutch and brake levers have also been fitted. The original odometer trip reset knob reportedly stopped functioning at approximately 4,600 miles, resulting in replacement of the speedometer. The seller states that he has ridden 865 miles since for a total of roughly 5,500 miles. The original speedometer is included in the sale. The air-cooled and carbureted 865cc parallel twin has been modified with Norman Hyde stainless exhaust headers, mufflers from TP USA, an air box removal kit, and a K&N air filter. An oil change and spark plug replacement were recently performed. Power is sent to the rear wheel via a 5-speed transmission, an RK 525 Gold X-Ring chain, and new sprockets. A walk-around video of this Triumph can be seen above, and an additional walk-around video can be viewed on the seller’s YouTube channel. A cold-start video of this Bonneville T100 can be seen above.

No Reserve: 36 Years-Owned 1965 BMW R69S w/Sidecar

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This 1965 BMW R69S is equipped with a custom-built sidecar and has been with the same owner for the past 36 years. The seller purchased it from the original owner and has added approximately 7,000 miles since. Power is provided by a 594cc flat-twin paired to a 4-speed gearbox, and a tune-up including a new magneto coil was performed last month. A lower final drive ratio and stiffer suspension have been added to accommodate the sidecar. A set of unmounted Metzler tires, spares, and workshop manuals accompany the sale. This R69S is now being offered at no reserve with a clean Kansas title in the seller’s name. Finished in black with white pinstriping, the bike comes equipped with an accessory headlight guard, US-market handlebars and a pair of Denfeld saddles. A few blemishes are present in the black finish, including some dents on the front fender, and rust on some of the hardware. The Earles fork and swingarm rear utilize stronger springs to accommodate for sidecar’s additional weight. The sidecar is custom built with a single bench seat wide enough to accommodate an adult and child. It utilizes Steib suspension and features a second brake lamp, as well as a luggage rack. Older tires are currently mounted on the chrome wheels, and a full set of an unmounted Metzler Block Ks are included with the sale. The speedometer is housed in the headlight shell and shows 37k miles are shown on the odometer. Actual mileage is reportedly lower than shown, due to the lower final drive ratio. A friction-type steering damper came standard on the R69S. The air-cooled 594cc flat-twin was rated by the factory at 42 hp in “S” trim and received a new set of oversized pistons less than 2,000 miles ago. A new magneto coil was installed last month, at which point a tune-up was also performed. Power is transmitted to the rear wheel through a 4-speed gearbox and enclosed driveshaft. A lower-ratio final drive comes installed, and the original unit is included. The included spares package contains the stock bench seat, aforementioned final drive and Metzler Block K tires, springs, fenders, two workshop manuals, and more.