No Reserve: One-Owner 2007 MV Agusta F4 1000

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This 2007 MV Agusta F4 1000 was purchased new in 2008 by the seller at Munroe Motors in San Francisco, California. At the time of purchase he had the dealer upgrade the bike with the Corse kit including bodywork, titanium exhaust, magnesium wheels, and upgraded ECU. The seller has ridden it all 823 miles himself and has performed  scheduled maintenance based on time since the mileage has remained very low. This motorcycle is now available with no reserve in Brisbane, California with a clear California title and non-op registration since 2016.

No Reserve: One-Owner 2007 MV Agusta F4 1000

This F4 received fresh oil and coolant in August of 2019, as well as a new battery. Both the standard key and the special titanium key are included.

No Reserve: One-Owner 2007 MV Agusta F4 1000

The photo above shows the OEM Corse-spec four outlet exhaust and the photo below shows the vented Corse bodywork.

No Reserve: One-Owner 2007 MV Agusta F4 1000

A video of the bike is included here:

The tires are Dunlop Sportmax with 120/70ZR17 in front and 190/55ZR17 at the rear.

No Reserve: One-Owner 2007 MV Agusta F4 1000

The bike does have some small scratches on the right mirror housing as shown here:

No Reserve: One-Owner 2007 MV Agusta F4 1000

No Reserve: Restored 1965 Piaggio Vespa 90

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This 1965 Piaggio Vespa 90 Scooter was restored about 10 years ago and was given to the current seller as a gift in 2015. It shows 3571 miles on the 5-digit odometer and has been ridden minimally since the restoration. Features include a 3-speed transmission, a genuine period Italian made headlamp, a 90cc engine, and a factory owner’s manual. It is now offered with no reserve in Brisbane, California on a bill of sale only with no title.

No Reserve: Restored 1965 Piaggio Vespa 90

The original Veglia gauge goes as high as 50 mph. All lights, the original Italian horn, and the brakes all work properly.

No Reserve: Restored 1965 Piaggio Vespa 90

The original user manual is included and shown below. Additional photos are available in the gallery and a Haynes manual is also included.

No Reserve: Restored 1965 Piaggio Vespa 90

The tires show minimal use and are of the brand “Vee Rubber.” Front & Rear tire size is 3.00-10 42J.

No Reserve: Restored 1965 Piaggio Vespa 90

The seat has been reupholstered and folds forward to reveal a storage compartment and the fuel filler access. There is no tool kit.

No Reserve: Restored 1965 Piaggio Vespa 90

The red paint is clean and uniform but does show some chips. One is touched up shown on the right rear of the fender (close-up in gallery).

No Reserve: Restored 1965 Piaggio Vespa 90

The 90cc 2-stroke engine starts on the first of second kick and the 3-speed transmission shifts perfectly according to the seller. A start and ride video is included here:

1954 Cushman Truckster Pickup

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This 1954 Cushman Truckster is a three-wheeled pickup that was acquired by the seller 18 years ago and is powered by an air-cooled Husky single-cylinder engine mated to a three-speed manual transmission with reverse gear. The bike is equipped with a tailgate and cargo straps as well as a headlamp, taillight, and rearview mirror. The spark plug and starter pedal pad have been replaced under current ownership. This Truckster is registered as a motorcycle and offered with an operator’s manual, start-up instructions, and a clean California title in the seller’s name.

1954 Cushman Truckster Pickup

The body is finished in orange with Cushman decals on either side of the bed and an embossed logo on the tailgate. A single headlight is mounted below the handlebars, and the vehicle is equipped with a rearview mirror. The 4.75″x7.75″ tires are two-ply up front and four-ply at the rear, and all three are said to hold air but should be replaced due to cracking.

1954 Cushman Truckster Pickup

A fold-down tailgate provides access to the bed. Two straps on the bulkhead can be used to secure cargo, while four stake holes are located along the bed sides. A carpeted pad cut to fit the bed is included in the sale.

1954 Cushman Truckster Pickup

A black vinyl seat pad with white piping tilts forward for access to the engine. The side-mounted starter pedal pad has been replaced with a Dennis Carpenter item under current ownership.

1954 Cushman Truckster Pickup

The air-cooled, cast-iron Husky single was originally rated at eight horsepower and drives the rear wheels through a transmission with three forward gears as well as reverse. The seller has replaced the spark plug, and his engine start procedure can be found in the gallery below.

No Reserve: Original-Owner 2006 BMW HP2 Enduro

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This 2006 BMW HP2 Enduro was purchased new by the seller from West Valley Cycles on November 5, 2005. The bike was used as a chase vehicle for course-sweep duties while the seller was an instructor for RawHyde Adventures, an official BMW off-road motorcycle training center, and is said to have been used occasionally since 2012. Power is provided by a 1,170cc boxer twin with a 6-speed transmission and shaft drive, and equipment includes a Scotts steering stabilizer, extended hand guards, heated grips, Argent Silver bodywork, a 2.5-gallon auxiliary fuel tank with transfer pump, and dual-sport and supermoto-style wheelsets. This HP2 Enduro is offered by the original owner with documentation and a clean California title.

No Reserve: Original-Owner 2006 BMW HP2 Enduro

The seller had the gray plastic bodywork refinished in Argent Silver, which is contrasted by a blue frame and blue upper panels on the fuel tank and front fender. The seller notes scratches in the finish from off-road use. The seat is upholstered to match and is affixed with a quick-release latch, and the seller added wider footpegs, a wider side-stand pad, and a 2.5-gallon “Marcus” auxiliary fuel tank with electric transfer pump.

No Reserve: Original-Owner 2006 BMW HP2 Enduro

Two wheelsets are included. The factory Enduro wheelset measures 21″ in diameter at the front and 17″ out back, and are mounted with Continental Twinduro tires measuring 90/90-21 and 150/70-17 respectively. The supermoto-style wheelset measures 17″ in diameter both front and rear and are mounted with Pirelli Diablo Rosso II tires measuring 180/55 and 120/70.

No Reserve: Original-Owner 2006 BMW HP2 Enduro

Suspension is by a front WP telescopic fork with 45mm tubes, travel-dependent damping, and adjustable compression and rebound. An adjustable air shock co-developed with Continental is used out back, and the bike is equipped with a level for checking ride height and a hand pump for adjusting the pressure in the shock. Braking is handled by single discs both front and rear.

No Reserve: Original-Owner 2006 BMW HP2 Enduro

The seller has fitted a set of high-rise bars in place of the original items, and has also added a Scotts Steering Stabilizer, a set of heated grips, and handguard extensions. Instrumentation includes a 150-mph speedometer, a digital multifunction display, and a warning light panel. 12,600 miles are shown on the digital odometer.

No Reserve: Original-Owner 2006 BMW HP2 Enduro

The 1,170cc boxer twin was factory rated at 105 horsepower and 75 lb-ft of torque and sends drive to the rear wheel via a 6-speed transmission and an enclosed shaft with universal joints. A set of engine protection bars and valve cover and throttle body protectors are installed. The seller reports the most recent service included fresh fluids and a new battery installed at 12,291 miles.

A cold-start video is viewable above.

No Reserve: 1976 Honda CB360T

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This 1976 Honda CB360T is powered by a 356cc parallel twin mated to a six-speed manual transmission and finished in Light Ruby Red with black and white tank graphics. Equipment includes a front disc brake, a two-up seat, chrome fenders, and aftermarket megaphone mufflers. The bike was acquired by the selling dealer in late 2019, reportedly from its second owner, and has since been fitted with a new battery, tires, throttle cables, ignition points, grips, and more. Cam chain and valve adjustments were completed, the carburetors were freshened, and an oil change was performed. This CB360T is offered at no reserve with a tool kit, an owner’s manual, and a clean Wisconsin title.

No Reserve: 1976 Honda CB360T

The 2.9-gallon fuel tank and side covers are finished in Light Ruby Red with black and white graphics, while the fenders are chrome. The two-up seat features bright trim and a passenger grab strap, and stock passenger foot pegs are retained.

 

No Reserve: 1976 Honda CB360T

A single hydraulic front disc brake separated the T model from the base-model CB360, which utilized drum brakes front and rear. Chrome 18″ wheels wear new tires installed by the selling dealer. Suspension consists of a conventional fork, which shows corrosion on its lowers, and a swingarm with dual shocks at the rear.

No Reserve: 1976 Honda CB360T

New replica grips and mirrors have been fitted to the stock handlebars by the selling dealer along with replacement throttle cables. Instrumentation includes a 110-mph speedometer, a tachometer with a 9,200-rpm redline, center-mounted indicator lights, and a five-digit odometer showing just under 6k miles.

No Reserve: 1976 Honda CB360T

The 356cc parallel twin was factory-rated at 34 horsepower and is mated to a six-speed manual transmission driving the rear wheel via a chain. The dual Keihin carburetors were refreshed by the selling dealer, who also fitted a new fuel petcock, hoses, and intake manifold boots. Adjustments were made to the cam chain and valve clearances, an oil change was performed, and a new battery, ignition points, and spark plugs were installed along with aftermarket megaphone mufflers.

A start-up and walk-around video can be viewed above. A tool roll and owner’s manual are included in the sale.

No Reserve: 1970 BMW R50/5

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This 1970 BMW R50/5 was acquired by the seller in 2011 and subsequently refurbished with new black paint and white pinstripes as well as replacement of the tires, handlebar, grips, and more. Power comes from a 498cc opposed twin mated to a four-speed gearbox with shaft drive. This R50 is offered at no reserve with a tool kit, hard pannier bags, a removable windshield fairing, service records said to date to 1998, and a clean Florida title in the seller’s name.

No Reserve: 1970 BMW R50/5

This first-year R50/5 was refinished in black with white pinstriping on its fuel tank and fenders after the seller’s acquisition. Hucky’s stainless steel fasteners were used during reassembly, and the fender braces were also replaced.

No Reserve: 1970 BMW R50/5

The seat foam and cover were replaced in 2011, and wear from where the two-up seat has made contact with the frame is shown in the gallery below. The bike is equipped with BMW hard-sided pannier bags as well as a removable headlight fairing and a flashing rear brake light.

No Reserve: 1970 BMW R50/5

Wire wheels are shod with Metzeler Lasertec tires. The telescoping front fork features a replacement lock and rubber boots, and the cables for the front and rear drum brakes have been replaced.

No Reserve: 1970 BMW R50/5

The Euro-market chrome handlebar is equipped with dual rearview mirrors and replacement grips. The MotoMeter instrument was rebuilt by Palo Alto Speedometer in 2012 and includes a five-digit odometer that is said to have shown approximately 64k miles prior to being reset. Approximately 1,700 miles are now indicated, with actual mileage unknown.

No Reserve: 1970 BMW R50/5

The air-cooled, four-stroke 498cc opposed twin was factory-rated at 32 horsepower when new. Service under current ownership included replacement of the starter, spark plug caps, and glass mat battery, and receipts for major purchases are shown in the gallery. A four-speed gearbox delivers power to the rear wheel through a shaft drive. Oxidation is present on the exhaust pipes.

No Reserve: 1972 Honda Z50A Mini Trail

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This 1972 Honda Z50A Mini Trail was acquired by the seller two months ago from a Pennsylvania collection of similar small-displacement Hondas. Power is from a replacement 49cc single-cylinder paired with a three-speed semi-automatic transmission. The bike was refurbished under previous ownership in 2018, and work is said to have included a repaint in Ruby Red, a top-end rebuild, refinishing the wheels, and new seat upholstery and tires. The seller has changed the oil and lubricated the drive chain in preparation for sale. This Mini Trail is now offered at no reserve with a Connecticut bill of sale.

No Reserve: 1972 Honda Z50A Mini Trail

The bike was refinished in Ruby Red with black fuel tank panels during a refurbishment in 2018, which also included painting the frame black and reupholstering the seat. Chrome fenders are equipped.

No Reserve: 1972 Honda Z50A Mini Trail

Refinished disc wheels were fitted with replacement bearings and a pair of 3.50-8 knobby tires. Braking is by drums front and rear. Suspension is by inverted shocks in front and dual shocks supporting a rear swingarm, and the oil and seals in the front end were reportedly replaced during the refurbishment. The seller notes some fading on the headlight’s finish.

No Reserve: 1972 Honda Z50A Mini Trail

Twist-lock handlebars can be folded down for transportation and feature a run switch, throttle grip, headlight control, and front brake lever.

No Reserve: 1972 Honda Z50A Mini Trail

Power comes from a replacement SOHC 49cc four-stroke single out of a 1973 Z50A Mini Trail, which was reportedly disassembled and fitted with a replacement cylinder head, piston, spark plug, and piston rings in 2018. The carburetor was also serviced at that time, and the seller has changed the oil and lubricated the drive chain in preparation for sale. The bike is said to have been ridden approximately three miles since the work was completed.

No Reserve: 1972 Honda Z50A Mini Trail

The three-speed semi-automatic transmission transfers power to the rear wheel via a chain. Per the seller, the bike’s serial appears to have been painted over and is not visible. A photos of the area is provided in the gallery, and a walk-around and start-up video can be viewed below.

1970 Honda CB750 K0

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This 1970 Honda CB750 K0 is said to have been stored in a West Virginia basement with the family of its first owner for nearly 40 years before being acquired by the seller in 2009. The bike is powered by a 736cc SOHC inline-four paired with a five-speed gearbox and finished in metallic blue with gold stripes and chrome fenders. The inside of the right side panel was signed by retired motorcycle engineer Bob Jameson as well as race team manager and “Father of the CB750” Bob Hansen in 2009, and service performed since has included a master cylinder rebuild, a tune-up, and annual fluid changes. This CB750 K0 shows 9k miles and is offered with an owner’s manual, two Honda keys, tools, and a North Carolina title in the seller’s name.

1970 Honda CB750 K0

The fuel tank, headlight housing, side panels, and airbox cover are finished in blue-green with gold stripes, while both fenders are chrome. The seller points out touched-up marks on the black frame and notes that some brightwork has been replated.

1970 Honda CB750 K0

The wire wheels feature chrome rims and wear Michelin tires. Suspension includes a hydraulic fork and dual shocks mounted to the swingarm, while braking is from a single disc up front and a drum in the rear.

1970 Honda CB750 K0

Instrumentation consists of a 150-mph speedometer, a tachometer with an 8,500-rpm redline, and a five-digit odometer reading just under 9,500 miles. Approximately 4,400 miles are said to have been added under current ownership.

1970 Honda CB750 K0

The air-cooled 736cc SOHC inline-four was factory rated at 67 horsepower and sends power to the rear wheel through a five-speed gearbox and chain drive. A new exhaust system was installed in 2009, and a master cylinder rebuild was performed under current ownership along with replacement of ignition components and annual fluid changes. A start-up video is provided by the seller.

1970 Honda CB750 K0

The inside of the right side cover was signed by Bob Hansen, the Honda employee credited with creating the CB750 and known colloquially as the “Father of the CB750”, as well as engineer Bob Jameson in 2009 at the Mid-Ohio AMA Vintage Motorcycle Days at which time the two were keynote speakers. Photos showing both men with the bike at the event commemorating the 40th anniversary of the CB750 are shown in the gallery.

1970 Honda CB750 K0

The sale includes manufacturer’s literature including an owner’s manual, tools, two factory Honda keys, and a tool pouch. A riding video is provided below.

1995 Ducati 900SS

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This 1995 Ducati 900SS is powered by a 904cc Desmo V-twin paired with a six-speed gearbox and finished in red with a champagne frame and wheels. The bike was acquired by the seller nine years ago, and subsequent service consisted of carburetor work, cleaning and resealing the fuel tank, a front fork rebuild, replacement of the fuel pump, and more. Modifications include an LED headlamp, Staintune mufflers, and a K&N air filter. This Ducati shows 10k miles and is offered with removed stock parts, service manuals, manufacturer’s literature, tools, and a clean Texas title in the seller’s name.

1995 Ducati 900SS

The fully-faired 900SS was built between 1991 and 1998, and this example is finished in red with silver graphics. A twin-LED headlight kit has replaced the original, which is included in the sale. Noted flaws include a ding on the right front corner of the fuel tank, scratches and chips on the lower fairings, and corrosion on fasteners.

1995 Ducati 900SS

The saddle can be tilted forward to reveal a storage compartment. The wheels have been refinished in their factory color and wear Michelin Pilot tires. Braking is from dual front and single rear disc brakes with braided stainless steel hoses. The fork is said to have been refurbished under current ownership.

1995 Ducati 900SS

Green LED bulbs illuminate the white Veglia instrumentation, which includes a tachometer with a 9k-rpm redline as well as a five-digit mechanical odometer reading just under 10k miles. The seller has added approximately 1k miles during his nine-year ownership.

1995 Ducati 900SS

The air/oil-cooled 904cc Desmo twin is equipped with two Mikuni carburetors that are said to have been overhauled with a Factory Pro kit using titanium needles, chrome emulsion tubes, new jets, and replacement floats. The fuel tank was reportedly cleaned and sealed, the fuel pump, filter, sending unit, and petcock have been replaced, and the cam belts have been changed. Modifications include a K&N air filter and an aftermarket ignition module as well as replacement main and starter relays and a lithium-ion battery.

1995 Ducati 900SS

A six-speed gearbox routes power to the rear wheel. Staintune mufflers have replaced the stock units, which are included in the sale.

1995 Ducati 900SS

The sale includes a service manual, other literature, and a Corbin seat as well as stock parts including mufflers, headlight surround, and more. A start-up and walk-around video is provided below.

Modified 2005 Ducati 749

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This 2005 Ducati 749 was acquired by the seller two years ago and was subsequently modified by his company, Jett Design Garage of Washington, DC. Power is from a 748cc L-twin equipped with a lightweight flywheel, a racing exhaust system, and a custom tune. Shifting is through a six-speed transmission with an SB Electronics quick shifter and a Yoyodyne dry slipper clutch. Custom bodywork consists of a modified front fairing and a hand-built aluminum tail section finished in silver with Italian flag graphics. Additional features include a hand-built Alcantara solo seat and an adjustable Penske rear shock with a remote reservoir as well as a lightweight chain, sprockets, and rearsets. Valve, timing belt, and throttle adjustments were carried out in the last year along with an oil change and fork service. This modified 749 has been featured on Silodrome, Iron & Air, and RocketGarage and is offered with service records and a clean Virginia title in the seller’s name.

Modified 2005 Ducati 749

The Silver Pearl bodywork includes a custom front fairing as well as a hand-built aluminum tail section featuring a subframe with integrated taillights. Italian flag graphics are worn on the fuel tank and tailpiece. Machined billet plugs were fitted to the red frame, which matches the stitching on the hand-built Alcantara solo seat.

Modified 2005 Ducati 749

Black 17″ Marchesini wheels wear ZR-rated Pirelli Diablo Supercorsa tires measuring 120/70 front and 180/60 rear. The stock monoshock has been replaced with an adjustable Penske version featuring a remote reservoir, while the adjustable Showa forks were serviced in June 2019. Braking is from Brembo calipers with dual 320mm discs up front.

Modified 2005 Ducati 749

A Mupo adjustable steering damper has been installed in addition to an SB Electronics quick shifter, an electronic gear indicator, Motogadget LED bar-end turn signals, and an aluminum fuel filler cap. Instrumentation includes a multi-function display positioned below a 13k-rpm Magneti Marelli tachometer. The digital odometer shows 5k miles.

Modified 2005 Ducati 749

The liquid-cooled 748cc DOHC desmodromic L-twin produced 108 horsepower and 59 lb-ft of torque when new and has since been fitted with a 1.5-lb. flywheel, Sprint air filters, and an ECU tune from FasterTwin in Springfield, Virginia. A hand-built battery box and electrics cover houses a lightweight lithium-ion battery, while additional weight savings come from adjustable billet aluminum rearset foot controls. The throttles were synchronized and valve and timing belt adjustments were performed in the last 60 miles.

Modified 2005 Ducati 749

The six-speed transmission routes power to the rear wheel through a Yoyodyne dry slipper clutch and a lightweight 520 chain and rear sprocket kit. A hand-built GP-style racing exhaust system exits from under the tail section. An oil change was last completed in June 2019.