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1985 Kawasaki Eliminator Only 53 miles on Odometer

I am listing this bike for a customer. It was his fathers bike, who has since passed away. The bike sat for quite awhile. The brakes have been completely rebuilt . The fuel tank was cleaned  and sealed, so there will be no rusting issues. The carburetors were cleaned, and NOS Kawasaki rubber air cleaner to carburetor boots were fitted. Oil was changed, and new plugs installed. The bike runs perfect. The owner is currently working out title issues, to obtain a clear title. This may be the lowest mileage Eliminator anywhere! If interested, I can put you in touch with the owner.

1973 Yamaha DT-3 250 Enduro

Here is a bike that is getting harder to find. This is a show and go bike. Original parts were rechromed, and replated. Bike has original wheels, spokes and nipples, handlebars, fenders, tank, mirror, shocks, exhaust, and most all else. Original engine was totally rebuilt with new rod kit, piston, bearings, seals, and gaskets. Fuel and oil tank were stripped, and repainted correct Competition Green. All new OEM cables. Correct original Mikuni carb, rebuilt. These Enduros are continuing to go up in value. If you want a bike you can ride, and take to the shows, this would be a good one for that.

1971 Suzuki TM-400 Vintage Motorcycle Restoration (SOLD)

Here is a premium example of the highly desirous, and rare original “widowmaker”. With a claimed 40 hp, and marginal suspension, these bikes were somewhat lethal. Most of them were wrecked. This bike is from California, and is a matching numbers beauty. Bike was stripped to bare frame and repainted the correct satin black. Original shocks were rechromed, and springs stripped and refinished. Original forks were rebuilt and cosmetically made perfect. If you have seen these bikes in pictures before, you know how hard it is to find the original exhaust, in showroom condition, with no dents. Well you now have seen one. The original exhaust was completely refinished, to eliminate all imperfections. The minimal amount of chrome objects were all redone. Original fuel tank, was stripped, dents removed, and repainted correct “Chrome Orange”, with the correct stripes. Stripes on the 71’s stopped before the rear seat, as you see in the pictures. I have seen a supposed top end 71, that had the stripes wrapped around the rear of the tank, which is incorrect. Engine was disassembled and rebuilt. Oil injection is in place, and will be totally functional. Original carburetor, received a complete restoration. Original Akront rims were polished, and shod with new reproduction vintage rubber. Bike has tremendous compression, and spark. It will run, if the new owner so chooses, but is sold as a show bike, and will not be started. If you are interested in owning one of the best 71 TM-400’s there is, give me a call.