sooooo...... who in the restoration of a 500 missed the CR250R seat cover?
The red ones (pre-KTM) are increasingly difficult to find parts & accessories for.Local fellow I know over here in NWLa has posted his Husky Terra 650 for sale - really nice all-around package:
There will be parts for the te630 I believe.The red ones (pre-KTM) are increasingly difficult to find parts & accessories for.
For those that have a soft spot for the 80's era V4 Hondas. This appears to be a good deal for the bags/seat alone.
Yall stop Ima get in trouble. I love projects, hondas and v4shttps://dallas.craigslist.org/dal/mcy/d/alba-82-honda-v45-sabre/6802431156.html
Somebody who loves projects.
Was watching yesterday and a '75 Kawasaki 900 Z1-B went for $15k. It was in showroom condition. There were a couple of Yamaha TZ 750s - one was a restored 70s model KR replica which sold in $60k range and the other was advertised as brand new 2018 set up like the bike KR raced flat track on, also sold for $68k.I DVRed the recent Meacum MC auction.
I was surprised at what was hot and what was not.
I realize that an auction is all about who is there and who isn't, but it's also a litmus test of sorts about where the market is.
Post WW2 american made bikes didn't bring as much as European pre-war bikes. And those that were never available in the US went crazy ... well into the 6 figures.
Turn of the century board racers with documented history were hot as well as 60s and 70s factory road racers.
British bikes didn't seem to bring the $$ they once did as well as the 70s-90s "superbikes" like CB750s and KZ900s.
Motocross bikes seemed about the same.
All the data is not from any first-hand knowledge, but rather the commentary I listened to.
That price cant be right
Shoot. I'm surprised they went that cheapHow about the pair of all chrome Z50s still in the crate?
Interesting back story
Sold for $46,000