I am selling a 1985 Moto Guzzi Le Mans 1000. This classic Italian sport bike has had over $7K put into the motor recently. This bike was sitting in a heated garage for 15 years before having the motor work done. I have attached all the invoices from the recent repairs.
This bike is powered by a V2, four stroke engine.
I am selling my 1995 Harley FXDL Dyna Low rider. 33,348 miles, new tires, high performance Vance&Hines exhaust, S/S air cleaner, matching tank pad, grip and lever covers, soft bags and pack. I also have an after market windshield for it.
1982 CB900F, 20880 original miles Rebuilt in 2006 from frame up, professional valve job and seals, frame blasted and painted, all new chassis bearings, new chain and sprockets, tank POR15 coated, new OEM color paint and decals, reupholstered seat Keihin FCR35 carbs/K&N jetted for 900F(over $1000 with filters) (original carbs included) Kerker 4:1 header with Yoshimura slipon (good condition original exhaust inc) Euro rear sets, euro throttle, GP tour handlebars Powder coated CB1100F swingarm and Marzocchi shocks CBR600F2 17" wheels and brakes, new radial BT023 tires 900F forks with Progressive springs and Shinko steering damper AGM battery Dyna coils Spare parts- cylinder head(damaged exhaust stud), rectifier, ignitors, and service manual inc Bike runs very well, pulls hard with FCR's, handles like a much newer bike with 17"F2 wheels/tires. Well over $5000 invested.
2007 Orange County Chopper Web Bike Prototype that was built on "American Chopper" the series on the Discovery Channel. This is THE REAL DEAL actual bike that was built on the show; this is NOT a production web bike! The bike was hand fabricated and built by the cast of the show Paul Teutul Jr., Paul Teutul Sr., Mikey Teutul, Vincent DiMartino, Jason Pohl, Rick Petko, & Michael Amorati. The story behind the bike is that I purchased the bike from the gentleman who originally won the bike in the "Rolling with The Teutuls" Sweepstakes. The premise of the sweepstakes was that Paul Sr. would have a bike build off against Paul Jr. to see who could build the better bike.