***1974 Honda CB550 Incredible survivor, unrestored, runs and rides perfect, mild patina***
Folks, rarely will you ever see a bike with the original paint and pipes this clean! All of the chrome still looks decent but could look better with some professional chrome polishing. This bike is in incredible survivor condition and runs better than it looks, seriously!
***1981 Yamaha XS1100 Midnight Special (1 of only 250 ever made!)***
Fall Special-Low reserve!
For sale is this awesome Yamaha XS 1100 Midnight Special. If you are unaware of how rare these actually are, you should probably do some research before you bid. This is one of only 500 ever, and one of only 250 for 1981! Not only one of the rarest production Yamahas ever, one of the rarest production early Super-bikes as well---EVER!!! Based on the company's big XS1100 sport-tourer introduced in the late 1970s, the 1981 Yamaha 1100 Midnight Special motorcycle differs from other Super-Bikes of the era in having a traditional Japanese inline four-cylinder engine rather than the trendy V-twin. It also featured shaft drive, likewise carried over from the XS. While an extended fork, teardrop tank, and stepped saddle made it clear this was a cruiser, the double-overhead-cam four-cylinder engine gave it powerful performance unmatched by contemporary V-twins. 95 BHP and a blistering 112 MPH quarter mile time!
***2007 F800 ST***
2007 BMW (F800 ST). Mileage is 19,700. Excellent tires, Excellent condition, 65 MPG. It has a gps system. Tour pack / Saddle bags (Givi).
This bike belongs to a personal friend of mine. I know him and I know the bike, it needs absolutely nothing and runs like a turbine!
Bike is located in Gordon, Kentucky.
1973 ST90-Untouched and all original garage find! I found this bike in Indiana where it had been sitting in a garage for about 30 years. It does NOT have a title but one should be easy to obtain if you are willing to go through the red tape.
***1968 Z50 Slantguard in perfect condition!***
Frame Number Z50A-103113Engine Number Z50A-103288
Folks, this baby has been dwelling in my basement for several years now and has only been hand-cranked a few times a month just to keep the cylinder lubricated. I never intended to sell this one but have relocated to East Tennessee and I don't have a place to store it thats climate controlled. It has to go, hopefully to a high end collector who will care for and appreciate this incredible piece of motorcycle history for what it is.