THIS WILL BE THE SECOND TIME LISTING HERE ON EBAY, BIKE DID NOT MEET MY RESERVE, THIS ROUND I WILL CONSIDER OFFERS OR USE THE BUY IT NOW TO MAKE IT YOURS TODAY. PLEASE READ ENTIRE DESCRIPTION,ASK QUESTIONS BEFORE BIDDING , DO NOT MAKE AN OFFER IF YOU DO NOT INTEND TO OWN THIS MACHINE, IF I GET A GOOD OFFER ITS GOING TO FIND A NEW HOME.
THE PICTURES WILL SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES !! THIS BIKE HAS BEEN CAREFULLY RESTORED THEN COVERED AND STORED IN MY OFFICE IN A CLIMATE CONTROLLED DRY OFFICE IN MY SHOP SINCE IT WAS FINISHED ,I PULLED IT OUT , FOR PICS,FIRST TIME TO SEE DAYLIGHT IN 8 YEARS , I AM WANTING TO MOVE OVERSEAS AND HAVE DECIDED TO START CLEANING HOUSE. , I GUESS WE WILL START WITH THE BEST ONE FIRST
HERE IS YOUR CHANCE TO OWN ONE OF THE RAREST AND HIGHLY SOUGHT AFTER MAICOS EVER BUILT, FROM MY UNDERSTANDING THERE WERE APPROX 200 OF THESE BIKES IMPORTED FROM GERMANY INTO THE U.S AT A COST OF APPROX $7,000 NEW IN 1981 , "CORRECT ME IF I AM WRONG " THIS BIKE BELONGS BACK IN GERMANY IN A COLLECTION OR MUSEUM,THIS IS A RARE OPPORTUNITY FOR THE COLLECTOR OR INVESTOR , THIS IS A VERY DIFFICULT BIKE TO FIND.
Wow - selling a super, super low hour and nearly all original 1978 Maico MC250 Magnum 250cc motocross bike.
This bike is nearly all original and was ridden one season in 1978, and the put away. The bike is a single owner bike and was purchased new in 1978 from Franks Motorcycles in Port Chester, New York.