Vintage 1961 Benelli/Montgomery Wards Fireball 450SS 50cc Motorcycle (1961)
This is a very nicely restored vintage motorcycle. The bike is a Montgomery Wards 450ss. The restorer changed all the badges to reflect Benelli. The Benelli runs well and starts easy. It has the original Pirelli tires on it. This is a 2-stroke motorcycle. This bike does not have a title because of its age and displacement. I will provide a bill of sale with the motorcycle. In Colorado, this bike is street legal without a title because of the displacement. I believe the bike to be complete. I would keep this, but have many other motorcycles that take precedence over this one. My reserve is reasonable for a turn key motorcycle that is restored to a very nice level.2013-10-03 22:34:07Pueblo, Colorado, US90499.99
Benelli Fireball / 450SS Price Analytics
Moto blogThu, 31 Oct 2013 00:00:00 -0700
Chinese-owned Italian manufacturer Benelli announced it will present a new sport-touring version of its naked BN600R at the 2013 EICMA show in Milan. The 2014 new Benenlli BN600GT is powered by the same 600cc Inline-Four engine powering the BN600R. For the naked roadster, the engine claims an output of 80.4 hp at 11,500 rpm and 38.4 ft-lb.Wed, 15 Jun 2011 00:00:00 -0700
After a slight delay, Benelli has released its 2011 TNT R160 streetfighter. First unveiled at the 2010 EICMA Show, the 2011 Benelli TNT R160 is powered by an 1131cc three-cylinder engine paired to a six-speed transmission with a dry slipper clutch. Benelli claims 155.6 hp at 10,200 rpm and 88.5 ft-lb.Mon, 12 Jul 2010 00:00:00 -0700
People display their motorcycle affections in various different ways such as; buying top of the line kit and keeping their machine in pristine condition. However, they don't come stranger than the top clip as this rider creates an original but highly strange dance routine for his Benelli TNT Cafe Racer. If you love your bike as much as this guy, instead of creating a dance routine why not tell everyone how great it is in Visordown's review section.Mon, 03 Nov 2008 00:00:00 -0800
I have had a little walk around checking out the preparations for the show. I havenít seen anything that I havenít already seen or heard about previously, but hereís a selection from three of the halls. Yamaha are the only manufacturer to use an industrial crane to place some of its bikes up on high rise stands.