1960 Moto Guzzi Stornello Sport 125cc

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This 1960 Moto Guzzi Stornello Sport 125cc was reportedly refurbished by the previous owner of a period of ten years, and was completed four years ago. The selling dealer acquired it from the previous owner’s son four years ago, and the bike has covered a reported 200 miles since completion. The bike is finished in red over a black frame, and is powered by a 125cc single-cylinder engine paired with a 4-speed transmission. A Keihin carburetor is fitted, and a factory-type Italian carburetor is also included. This Moto Guzzi is offered by the selling dealer in Texas with a clean California title.

1960 Moto Guzzi Stornello Sport 125cc

The bike was refurbished under previous ownership, including a repaint of the bodywork and refinishing of the black frame, suspension components, and trim. The bike is equipped with a single pea-shooter-style muffler and leading-shoe drum brakes.

1960 Moto Guzzi Stornello Sport 125cc

Steel-rimmed wheels measure 17″ in diameter front and rear and are fitted with 2.5″ front and 2.75″ rear tires. The bike retains factory lighting and a rear license plate mount, and is equipped with a black vinyl tandem seat.

1960 Moto Guzzi Stornello Sport 125cc

Instrumentation consists of a single Veglia combination odometer and speedometer, on which the needle has broken off the spindle. 235 miles are shown, approximately 200 of which were added by the seller. The bike is equipped with a 6-volt electrical system powered by a flywheel-driven magneto.

1960 Moto Guzzi Stornello Sport 125cc

The 123cc single-cylinder engine features an aluminum cylinder head with two parallel overhead valves, and factory-rated output was approximately 7 horsepower. A Keihin carburetor is currently fitted, and a factory-type Italian carburetor in need of a rebuild is included. Power is sent to the rear wheel via a 4-speed transmission and drive chain. A tune-up was performed under current ownership.

A start-up and ride video is viewable above.

 

No Reserve: 1976 Kawasaki KZ-750 B1 Twin

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This 1976 Kawasaki KZ750 B1 comes from the model’s first year in production and is powered by a 745cc parallel twin paired with a 5-speed manual transmission. The bike is said to have remained with its original owner through the mid-1990s, and with the second owner until its acquisition by the selling dealer earlier this year. The bodywork is finished in metallic red with polished fenders, and aluminum wheels from a later Kawasaki have been fitted along with new tires. An oil change has been carried out along with replacement of several bulbs, the speedometer cable, and the rear brake master cylinder. This KZ750 is offered with a tool kit, owner’s manual, and clean Wisconsin title.

No Reserve: 1976 Kawasaki KZ-750 B1 Twin

The fuel tanks, side covers, and seat cowl are finished in dark metallic red with factory-style pinstripes and badging. The seller notes corrosion at the bottom of the aluminum fork tubes, and close-up photos of the lighting and bright trim are provided in the gallery. The 19″ and 16″ cast aluminum wheels are reportedly from a later Kawasaki, and have been with new Challenger tires.

No Reserve: 1976 Kawasaki KZ-750 B1 Twin

The bike is equipped with a black vinyl tandem seat featuring a grab handle for the rear passenger. A photo of the inside of the tank taken through the fuel filler is provided in the gallery below.

No Reserve: 1976 Kawasaki KZ-750 B1 Twin

Instrumentation includes a 140-mph speedometer, a tachometer with a 7,800-rpm redline, and an indicator panel. The selling dealer notes that several indicator lights have been replaced and a new old-stock speedometer cable has been installed. Approximately 13k miles are shown on the 5-digit odometer, with total mileage unknown.

No Reserve: 1976 Kawasaki KZ-750 B1 Twin

The overhead-cam 745cc parallel twin features two valves per cylinder, and its factory output was rated at 55 horsepower at 7k rpm. Power is sent rearward through a 5-speed transmission and single drive chain. The selling dealer has performed an oil and filter change as well as installing an updated rear brake master cylinder. A walk-around video is viewable below.

1969 BMW R50/2

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This 1969 BMW R50/2 features a custom grey paint scheme and is powered by a 494cc boxer twin paired with a 4-speed transmission and shaft drive. The seller acquired the bike 10 years ago from Motoworks Chicago and has since added 10k of the indicated 63k miles. In recent months the seller has serviced the bike with new points and a condenser, as well as a new clutch cable and throttle cable. This R50/2 is now offered with records from the seller’s ownership and a clean Illinois title.

1969 BMW R50/2

1969 was the final year of production for /2 models. The bike features a grey paint scheme, and the long-range fuel tank is adorned with a custom ghost skull and flames. Painted white pinstripes are present on the fenders, and low-rise handlebars are fitted.

1969 BMW R50/2

The bike is equipped with front and rear drum brakes, a tandem seat, and reverse-cone mufflers. Exhaust wrap has been applied to the header pipes, and factory mirrors are affixed to the headlight mounts.

1969 BMW R50/2

The 120-mph speedometer houses the 5-digit odometer and 3-digit trip odometer, and the seller notes that the instrument backlight and neutral safety switch light are out. 63k miles are shown, approximately 10k of which were added during the seller’s 10 years of ownership.

1969 BMW R50/2

The air-cooled boxer twin was factory rated at 26 horsepower, which is sent to the rear wheel via a 4-speed transmission and shaft drive. Induction is handled by a pair of Bing carburetors. The seller has serviced the bike with new points and a condenser in the last few months, along with new clutch and throttle cables.

No Reserve: 1975 Honda CL360 Scrambler

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This 1975 Honda CL360 Scrambler was reportedly in long term storage prior to its purchase by a customer of the selling dealer two years ago. Power is from a 356cc parallel twin paired with a 6-speed transmission, and work performed for the previous owner included rebuilding the carburetors, and replacing ignition components as well as adjusting the valves, timing, cam chain, and points. An oil change has been performed and a new clutch cover gasket installed in preparation for the sale. This CL360 is offered at no reserve by the selling dealer with a factory tool kit, an owner’s manual, and a clean Wisconsin title.

No Reserve: 1975 Honda CL360 Scrambler

The fuel tank and side covers are finished in Muscat Green metallic, and the condition of the paintwork is shown up close in the gallery below. Several chips are noted in the tank, the left cover shows paint loss from contact with a previous-mounted exhaust bracket, and a dent can be seen on the front fender. New tires were fitted under previous ownership.

No Reserve: 1975 Honda CL360 Scrambler

The handlebars feature a cross brace and instrumentation consisting of a 110-mph speedometer and a tachometer with a 9,200-rpm redline. The control cables and flasher relay were recently replaced and the seat has been recovered, but is lacking the Honda logo on the rear.

No Reserve: 1975 Honda CL360 Scrambler

The 356cc OHC parallel twin produced 34 horsepower in stock form and is paired with a 6-speed transmission. An aftermarket megaphone exhaust system has been fitted, and within the last year the selling dealer performed a carburetor rebuild with new seals, and slide diaphragms. Replica air filters, a new fuel petcock, and clutch cover gasket were fitted, and the valves, cam chain, points, and timing adjusted. The ignition coils, spark plugs, wires, points, and condenser were also replaced, and an oil change was carried out.

No Reserve: 1975 Honda CL360 Scrambler

A factory tool kit, owner’s manual will be included along with a binder containing service receipts from the previous two years. A walk-around video with the engine running can be seen below.

1975 Ducati 860 GT Mike Hailwood Tribute

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This 1975 Ducati 860 GT has been modified as a tribute to the motorcycles ridden by Mike Hailwood at the Isle of Man TT in the late 1970s. The seller acquired the bike from a friend three years ago, and it is equipped with motorsports-style bodywork, clip-on handlebars, enlarged front brake discs, alloy wheels, a reversed fork, and enlarged carburetors with exposed intake trumpets. Power is provided by an 860cc V-twin paired with a 5-speed transmission. This 860 GT is offered with records and a clean Louisiana title in the seller’s name.

1975 Ducati 860 GT Mike Hailwood Tribute

The 860 GT featured a welded steel frame and incorporated the V-twin engine as a stressed structural member. The factory Giugiaro-designed bodywork has been replaced with fiberglass elements evoking contemporary racing motorcycles. The seat fairing and fuel tank shell are constructed from a single piece of fiberglass, and an aerodynamic fairing housing the headlight is fitted. The bike carries number 12, which was Hailwood’s race number from the 1978 Isle of Man TT.

1975 Ducati 860 GT Mike Hailwood Tribute

A set of 17″ multi-piece aluminum wheels are fitted and are mounted with Metzger tires measuring 110/70 at the front and 150/70 at the rear. The bike is equipped with Brembo brake calipers on extended mounts, with updated 2-piece front brake discs and a single cross-drilled rear item.

1975 Ducati 860 GT Mike Hailwood Tribute

The 150-mph speedometer and 10k-rpm tachometer are housed in a machine-turned panel, and controls are mounted to clip-on bars mounted below the upper triple-clamp plate. No speedometer cable is fitted, and 6,700 miles are shown. The true mileage is unknown. The front brake fluid reservoir is equipped with a machined aluminum mount, and the bike retains a factory engine start-stop switch on the right bar, and headlight and turn signal switch to the left.

1975 Ducati 860 GT Mike Hailwood Tribute

The 860cc V-twin was derived from the earlier Taglioni 750cc powerplant, but is fitted with larger pistons and cylinder sleeves from the marque’s 450cc single. Power is sent rearward via a 5-speed transmission and drive chain, and the bike is equipped with electronic ignition. Enlarged carburetors are fitted with exposed intake trumpets, and per the seller the carburetors were adjusted about a year ago.

1975 Ducati 860 GT Mike Hailwood Tribute

A folder of records and photos of bikes that served as inspiration for this tribute are included. A walk-around video taken with the bike running is viewable below.

No Reserve: 35-Years-Owned 1951 Vincent Comet

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This 1951 Vincent Comet has resided in the seller’s private collection since 1984, when it was acquired from Bol d’Or Motorcycles in England and imported to the US. Power is provided by an aluminum 499cc single mated to a 4-speed Burman gearbox, and factory equipment includes a Girdraulic fork, cantilever rear suspension, and twin leading shoe drum brakes. Approximately 1,500 miles have been added by the seller over the past 35 years, during which time maintenance has reportedly included routine oil changes and tune-ups. A new set of ignition points and a new spark plug were installed just prior to the auction, and this Comet is now offered at no reserve with a clear Kansas title in the seller’s name.

No Reserve: 35-Years-Owned 1951 Vincent Comet

Introduced in 1949, the Comet shares a frame configuration similar to Vincent’s C-Series V-twins models by utilizing the engine as a stressed member. Closeups of the black finish on the tank, frame, and suspension components have been provided in the gallery below. A reproduction headlight and a larger Lucas taillight have been installed.

No Reserve: 35-Years-Owned 1951 Vincent Comet

The Comet shares a 4-drum brake system with the Black Shadow and features polished “water excluders” for the front drums. Chrome rims have painted centers and red pinstriping, and an older set of Avon tires are currently fitted. Alloy fenders came standard.

No Reserve: 35-Years-Owned 1951 Vincent Comet

Instrumentation includes a Smiths 120-mph speedometer and ammeter. The odometer shows under 7,300 miles. Traditional Vincent flat handlebars remain installed, along with the Feridax saddle.

No Reserve: 35-Years-Owned 1951 Vincent Comet

The 499cc OHV single was rated for 28 horsepower in factory trim and utilizes an aluminum crankcase and head, as well as an iron-lined aluminum cylinder. Induction is through a single Amal carburetor, and power is routed through a right-foot shift Burman BAP 4-speed gearbox. The crankcase is reported to wear a non-matching serial number.

The seller’s video illustrates a cold start and can be viewed above. Maintenance was personally managed by the seller over the past 35 years and has reportedly been limited to tune-ups and oil changes. A gas tank flush, fresh battery, and new tires are recommended before the bike is ridden any considerable distance.

No Reserve: 1963 Matchless G15 CS Sports Scrambler

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This 1963 Matchless G15 CS Sports Scrambler was purchased by the seller from a neighbor three years ago and subsequently refurbished with fresh paint, decals, and mechanical work. The bike was equipped from the factory with a Norton Atlas 745cc parallel twin and a 4-speed transmission featuring a right-side shifter. The clutch and kickstarter spring were replaced approximately 500 miles ago in 2016, and an oil change has been performed. This G15 is offered with partial service records and an Arizona title.

No Reserve: 1963 Matchless G15 CS Sports Scrambler

Produced by parent company Associated Motorcycles, the G15 CS was designed as a desert racer for the American market and used a Matchless G12 CS frame fitted with a Norton engine, forks, brakes, and wheels. The oil tank, toolbox cover, and fuel tank on this example have been refinished in Candy Apple red with period-style decals and pinstriping. Approximately 28k miles are reported to show on the odometer, with total mileage unknown.

No Reserve: 1963 Matchless G15 CS Sports Scrambler

The 745cc Norton Atlas twin produced 49 horsepower in stock form and is paired with a 4-speed transmission featuring a right-side shifter. A single Mikuni carburetor replaces the pair of Amals that were originally fitted. A new clutch and kickstarter spring were installed approximately 500 miles ago in 2016, and an oil change has been performed according to the seller.

No Reserve: 1963 Matchless G15 CS Sports Scrambler

The swingarm is of the Matchless type, but redesigned to accept a Norton rear wheel. TT-style exhaust pipes feature period-style aftermarket silencers, and the 18″ and 19″ wire-spoke wheels wear Dunlop K70 tires. A walk-around and riding video is provided below.

 

No Reserve: 1976 Honda CB750 K6

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This 1976 Honda CB750 K6 reportedly remained with its original owner until 2016 and was recently acquired by the selling dealer from the second owner. Powered by a 736cc OHC inline-four paired with a 5-speed transmission, the bike features a 4-into-1 exhaust system, aftermarket air filters, and sport handlebars with gel grips. It had been in longterm storage when acquired by the previous owner, who rebuilt the carburetors and adjusted the valves, cam chain, and ignition timing. The seller recently installed new tires, an AGM battery, and a new flasher unit. This CB750 is now offered at no reserve with the owner’s manual, factory tool kit, removed parts, and a clear Wisconsin title.

No Reserve: 1976 Honda CB750 K6

The tank is finished in Candy Red, and replacement black side covers have been fitted. Modifications include lower handlebars with aftermarket gel grips, as well a cutdown taillight lens. The seller recently installed a new battery along with a new signal flasher relay.

No Reserve: 1976 Honda CB750 K6

A single disc brake is mounted up front, and new tires were fitted front and rear by the seller. Some corrosion is visible on the exhaust and lower forks, and the seat cover has a repaired seam.

No Reserve: 1976 Honda CB750 K6

Instrumentation consists of a green Nippondenso 150-mph speedometer and 11k-rpm tachometer. The 5-digit odometer shows under 15,500 miles, about 50 of which have been added by the seller. The stock warning light cluster was removed due to interference with the aftermarket handlebars, but will be included.

No Reserve: 1976 Honda CB750 K6

The air-cooled 736cc SOHC inline-four was rated at 68 horsepower when new and is coupled to a 5-speed transmission. The four Keihin carburetors are fitted with individual air filters, and an aftermarket 4-into-1 exhaust has been installed. The carburetors were rebuilt by the previous owner and tuned with a wide-band O2 sensor to work with the aftermarket filters and exhaust. The original air box will also be included. The previous owner also replaced the spark plugs and adjusted the cam chain, valves, ignition timing, and points. A walk-around video is provided below.

Never Messed With: Unrestored 1969 Rupp Goat

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This 1969 Rupp Goat was produced by an Ohio-based manufacturer of mini bikes, small dune buggiessnowmobiles, and go-karts that operated from 1959 until 1978. The Goat was a midrange model produced for just a single year in the midst of Rupp’s ever-changing lineup, and is powered by a 5 hp Tecumseh four-stroke single. This one is claimed to remain in largely original condition (a real rarity) with 90 miles displayed on the odometer, and we think it’d make the perfect accessory to put in the back of an old International Scout. Find it here on eBay in Miami, Florida for $2,500 OBO.

Never Messed With: Unrestored 1969 Rupp Goat

The Goat slotted between Rupp’s range-topping Roadster and Scrambler, and all three came exclusively in red, orange, yellow, or the bright green metallic seen on this example. An expected number of small paint nicks and scuffs are present around the frame along with some surface rust on the brightwork and various hardware, but overall the little bike does look highly original and pretty well cared for all in all.

Never Messed With: Unrestored 1969 Rupp Goat

Features include coil spring shocks front and rear, a single drum brake out back, a double crown fork, full coverage fenders, a kickstand, and a cool ducktail seat–head and taillights were not offered for this model. We dig the solid wheels and knobbly tires too.

Never Messed With: Unrestored 1969 Rupp Goat

The cockpit is straightforward–a single hand lever actuates the rear drum brake, a twist-grip operates the throttle, and a speedometer/odometer is mounted atop the fork crown. Seat vinyl shows some aging along with a couple popped seams and the neat polished triangular fuel tank could be cleaned up a bit, but things look good enough that we’d be happy riding it around the pits just as it is.

Never Messed With: Unrestored 1969 Rupp Goat

The Tecumseh H50 four-stroke single mounted between the frame rails was good for about 5 horsepower when new, starts via pull-cord on the right-hand side, and turns the chain-driven rear wheel through a 2-speed jackshaft.

No Reserve: 1972 Yamaha DT2

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This 1972 Yamaha DT2 is equipped with a 246cc two-stroke single with autolube injection and a 5-speed transmission. The seller recently purchased the bike after a fresh repaint, before an engine rebuild with a new piston was performed, and a new rear tire added. This DT2 shows just over 3k miles and is now offered at no reserve with the factory supplied rear signals, tool roll, owner’s manual, and a clean Vermont registration in the seller’s name.

No Reserve: 1972 Yamaha DT2

The Competition Green surfaces and silver fenders were refinished by the previous owner. The passenger pegs and rear turn signals have been replaced with aftermarket items, though a pair of factory signals units will be included.

No Reserve: 1972 Yamaha DT2

Instrumentation consists of a 100-mph speedometer and a tachometer with a 6500-rpm redline. The gauge faces appear faded and the headlight was replaced with a modern unit with a separate bulb. The correct headlight will also be included.

No Reserve: 1972 Yamaha DT2

Power is provided by a non-matching numbers 246cc two-stroke single with autolube injection and a magneto ignition. The engine is paired with a 5-speed transmission and has been fitted with a new Wiseco piston and rings. The air filter was recently replaced, and the oil changed. A new rear tire was also fitted.

No Reserve: 1972 Yamaha DT2

Included in the sale are the factory tool roll and riders manual.