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1979 Can-am Qualifier on 2040-motos

YearYear:1979 MileageMileage:0 ColorColor: Rocket ORANGE!

Vernon-Rockville, Connecticut, United States

Vernon-Rockville, Connecticut, United States
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Can-Am Qualifier photos

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Can-Am Qualifier tech info

Engine Size (cc)Engine Size (cc):250 WarrantyWarranty:Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty TypeType:Enduro For Sale ByFor Sale By:Dealer

Can-Am Qualifier description

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1979 Can-Am Qualifier 250


A Classic Purpose Built Enduro Bike!

Appears to have very low hours and very light useage;
 bottom of frame rails are spotless, this bike was clearly not abused or raced!

This is a fantastic vintage AHMRA enduro bike! 

Strong motor & torque output made for a fantastic ride that would get over obstacles with ease!

Tons of potential! All the essentials are there! FRAME IS SHOWROOM MINT!!!

NADA #1 Value of $3,160! Tons of room for upward potential with a little sweat equity!

Ready for your love & restoration plans, was steam cleaned and coated with WD40 to prevent decay!


Please CLICK BELOW LINK & check out our detailed video on this motorcycle:

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Cycle Guide has this to say about the Can-Am in the test they did in 1979- An ideal off road motorcycle - the one true dirt bike that can do it all, a rugged, light weight chassis that maneuvers with agility yet handles with stability at the top of sixth gear. It is powered by a versatile engine that plonks through the slow stuff and berserks through the fast, these parameters describe the Can-Am 250 Qualifier, A specialized Enduro & ISDT bike that performs as though your dream bike images had served as its blueprints!

Please note before bidding: This bike is currently not in running condition, the chain is missing & the kicker is broken so as it sits we are unaware of the engines state…we have a massive backup in our service department and our techs could not make it to this one so it will be sold as is…...our loss your gain!



Call our shop at 860-454-7024  if you have any questions!

This bike is being sold to help raise funds to finish the New England Motorcycle Museum project (The historic Hockanum Mill in Rockville CT!!!) So along with hundreds of other bikes from our collection it will sell as-is!...our loss your gain!

Any enthusiast of this era and more would appreciate this bike added to their collection. Attractively priced, this bike is a beauty and is ready for you. Don’t miss the opportunity to own her today, place your Bid Now! Either way, you won’t be disappointed she is waiting for you!

There is more to see! Come and visit! All proceeds are going towards the New England Motorcycle Museum restoration project under construction now!!





We can provide a notarized bill of sale if necessary.




Please read carefully!

Motorcycle sales are FINAL:

Qualified and Serious bidders only, please make sure this is the motorcycle you want and you have the money to buy it before committing!

Kaplan Cycles takes pride in top-quality customer service;

Please contact us prior to leaving feedback so we may resolve any issues, questions or concerns about our motorcycles, and let us know what we can do to resolve them before leaving feedback!

We strive to do our best to make sure all our customers are 100% happy.

We always provide top-quality service and motorcycles described as accurately as possible.

We respond quickly between the hours of 9am and 6pm EST, 5 days a week.

For our fastest service please call Kaplan Cycles at 860-454-7024.


All motorcycles sold "as is, where is" with no warranty unless written and implied.

We encourage you or a third party to come and do a full inspection




Deposit Due Within 24 Hours of Sale:

PayPal, cash (In Person Only! Do NOT Mail Cash!!!), and credit cards are accepted for deposit.

The Deposit is nonrefundable.

Final Payment is due within 72 hours / three days:

We accept checks, cash (In Person Only! Do NOT Mail Cash!!!), or wire transfers for payment in full on all motorcycles.

Wire transfers are the preferred method of payment, we will email you the wire transfer form, simply print and hand it to or email the form to your banker, and call us when the wire is sent at 860-454-7024, we will confirm payment is received and tag the motorcycle “SOLD ~ PAID IN FULL, cleared for pickup or shipping”.

All checks must clear the bank before buyers can pick up the Motorcycle; Out of State checks can take weeks to clear.

Payment in full or other arrangements must be received within 3 days of close of auction or the motorcycle may be relisted.


All shipping charges and arrangements will be assumed by the purchaser

You can send a shipper to pick up your motorcycle, or you may pick up the motorcycle in person!

We will assist with loading the motorcycle upon pickup at no charge to you

We will provide forklift, ramps, and dock for loading, and assistance to load for free.

We suggest for the best service and pricing.

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