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1941 Harley Davidson Knucklehead For Sale - Harley-Davidson is an American motorcycle manufacturer that specializes in heavyweight motorcycles designed for highway cruising. Noted for distinct styling and exhaust sound, Harley-Davison has established itself as a world-renowned brand and is a major influential source of the modern chopper. Harley Davidson Knucklehead 1941 Mint chopper built for hotrodder and kept in a museum, must been seen to be appreciated!

Harley Davidson Knucklehead 1941 By the time this bike was built Harley was offering a range of factory-fitted accessory packages. Extras on this WLD include chrome spotlights, chrome trim on the mudguards, and a front fender light.. 

Type: Chopper                                        
Year: 1941
Capacity: 1200cc                                    
Colour: Purple
Eng/Vin: 41FL3406                               
Price: $31,500.00

1941 Harley Davidson Knucklehead SPECIFICATIONS

• ENGINE Side-valve, V-twin
• CAPACITY 45cu. in. (738cc)
• POWER OUTPUT 25bhp (est.)
• TRANSMISSION Three-speed, chain drive
• FRAME Tubular cradle
• SUSPENSION Leading-link front forks, rigid rear
• WEIGHT 692lb (314kg)
• TOP SPEED 96mph (155km/h)

The 1941 model shown here is rare because by this date most of Harley’s production was devoted to military machines. The 45s were basic, robust machines that made them ideal for converting to military bikes. Just like their big brother, the 45s now had teardrop tanks with an  integrated instrument panel and curved mudguards, creating a quality range that further established Harley as the market leader.
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1969 Norton Commando Fastback - The 1969 Norton Commando came in one additional model for 1969, its second model year in production. The 1968 Norton Commando was available in one model only, and so was simply called 'Norton Commando', even though it had what was to become known as 'Fastback'-styling. But, once new models were introduced for the 1969 season, it became necessary to differentiate the various Commandos. So, the standard model became known as the Norton Commando Fastback, and it was joined by the new model, the Model S (Street Scrambler) with high pipes. Neither had the trademark tail section of the Fastback.

The Norton Commando Fastback 1969 Model was styled to appeal to the American street scrambler craze (exploited masterfully by Honda) with high pipes, both running high along the left side. The S also had slimline forks & smaller side covers. The engine had its ignition points mounted for the first time on the timing cover, driven off the end of the camshaft. This meant a new location had to be found for the tachometer (rev counter) drive.

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1969 Harley Davidson 250 Sprint - The maintenance and repair information in this manual for the 1961 to 1969 Harley-Davidson Sprint Models. Specifications and Instructions for the following Models:Sprint. Unfortunately, little of the race technology (such as the five-speed transmission and short-stroke cylinder dimensions) made it to the street bikes, although H-D did boost the Sprint to 250cc for 1969.

Aermacchi – Harley Davidson 250 Sprint 1969. 4 speed model with 6000 original miles, unrestored and in beautiful original condition. Features a number of genuine all-original accessories such as panniers, luggage rack and windscreen
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VESPA SPRINT VLB 1965 - Manufactured for nine years between 1965 and 1974, this scooter directly follows the Standard model together and features several improvements mostly having to do with the inside wiring and materials used. It is the only scooter of this period that comes originally on 10” wheels and it features squared contours giving it more rough, hard working look. It comes with a distinctive squared head lamp and three piece rear light. This vintage Vespa scooter is great for commuters and frequent riders. It is extremely reliable and its mechanical equipment hardly ever lets anyone down.

These beautiful scooters ship for free directly to your home. You tell us exactly what you want, we get to work and the brand new scooter will appear on your doorstep within 6-8 weeks from the time you placed your order.


Year of manufacture: 1965 – 1974
engine: single cylinder, air cooled 2-stroke
barrel: 2 transfer ports
induction: disc valve
bore: 57 mm
stroke: 57 mm
cubic capacity: 145.5 cc
compression ration: 7.5: 1
bhp at rpm: 7.1 @ 5000
lubrication: 2% (USA autolube)
transmission: 4 speed constant mesh
primary drive: 22 clutch - 67 input shaft
1st gear: 14.46: 1
2nd gear: 10.28: 1
3rd gear: 7.36: 1
4th gear: 5.36: 1
clutch: wet - multiplate
carburetor: Dell'Orto SI 20/17D
main jet: 102
slow running jet: 42
diffuser: E1
main air bleed: 140
throttle valve: No 0
starter jet: 60
ignition: contact breaker & coil
ignition timing: 22 deg. BTDC
breaker gap: 0.3 - 0.5 mm
voltage: 6 volt
max stator output: 6v - 50w
wheels: 10"
tires: 3.50 x 10
max speed: 62 mph
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1966 Vespa VBC 150 For Sale - Being produced for long 14 years (between 1965 and 1979) the Super model is highly sought after successor of the VBB Vespa. More sophisticated on the inside, keeping the rounded contours of the earlier VBB and yet providing enough brute force with its large frame as the VLB – that’s the receipt for lasting popularity of this model among vintage enthusiasts. 1966 Vespa VBC Unlike the Standard, this model is easier to find and provides for the same amount of the true classic feel. The newest ride from our collection is also proving to be most popular with customers preferring the distinctive look and wanting something newer than the classic VBB.

Price: Rp. 8,000,000
Condition: Second
Location: Jakarta, Indonesia
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Super VBC 1966

Complete letter and vehicle registration Hear BPKB
Once the engine Healthy
spare tire
Donat wheels
electrical Ignition
Cat 80% daily blisters
Rear tires already balding
Brakes Front dead, lives changed brake pads only

Sale Super VBC 1966 Price 8Juta gan. For negotiation Thin yes
Location East Jakarta (Rambutan)

WA / BB: +6283804290112 / 282A39D8

Year of manufacture: 1966
Mileage: 2 miles from testing after restoration
Engine size: 145 cc
Top speed: 56 mph
Fuel consumption: 107 mpg
Transmission: 4-speed manual
Weight: 192 lbs
Fuel tank capacity: 2 gallons
Carrying capacity: 2 persons and around 25 lbs of luggage
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1969 Harley Davidson 250 Sprint - The maintenance and repair information in this manual for the 1961 to 1969 Harley-Davidson Sprint Models. Specifications and Instructions for the following Models:Sprint. Unfortunately, little of the race technology (such as the five-speed transmission and short-stroke cylinder dimensions) made it to the street bikes, although H-D did boost the Sprint to 250cc for 1969.

1969 Aermacchi – Harley Davidson 250 Sprint. 4 speed model with 6000 original miles, unrestored and in beautiful original condition. Features a number of genuine all-original accessories such as panniers, luggage rack and windscreen.

1969 Harley Davidson 250 Sprint Specifications

Year: 1969                                      
Capacity: 250cc
Colour: Orange/Black                  
Eng/Vin: SS4431                           
Price: $12,500.00 1969 Harley Davidson 250 Sprint For Sale

This was a time of rapid change in the motorcycle market, however. The race for power and performance was well underway, led by hi-tech cammy Hondas and increasingly frantic two-stroke twins from Bridgestone, Kawasaki, Suzuki and Yamaha. Race versions of Yamaha’s 350s were already challenging the big four-stroke Grand Prix bikes — and winning. Harley Davidson 250 Sprint could a 250cc pushrod single with its roots firmly in the Fifties hold its own? Mid-size four-stroke singles had pretty much disappeared from the streets, and offroad riding was dominated by lightweight European and Japanese strokers.
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1977 Ducati 750 Super Sport - This bike Ducati 750 Super Sport 1977, although offering spectacular performance, also offered a set of features rarely seen together on a sport bike. The four-stroke engine was able to satisfy the needs of any biker, including those interested in racing, without special customization. 

Both the 900 and 750 SuperSports used the unique Tagilioni-designed desmodromic valve train that is shared among these variants of his 90-degree V-twin. The system eliminates valve springs by using a shaft-drive, bevel-gear mechanical linkage to close and open the valves. This enabled the Ducati V-twins to rev higher and last longer than a comparable bikes with valve springs by eliminating the possibility of valve spring breakage and valve “float” at high rpm.

This Ducati 750 Super Sport 1977 was the result of uncompromising design and superior craftmanship, combining the potential of the twin-cylinder engine with the unrivalled mechanics of the legendary 750 Imola.

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1977 Ducati 750 Super Sport Technical specification :
Type Four-stroke 90° V-twin configuration
Bore and Stroke 80 x 74,4 mm
Total displacement 748 cc
Compression ratio 9,6 : 1
Tyming system 
Desmo distribution O.H.C.
Lubrication High pressure lubrication with gearpump and net and cartridge filters
Cooling system Air
Carburetor Two Dell'Orto PHM 40 mm carbs
72 HP at 9500 rpm
Top speed  220 Km/h 

Transmission Five-speed gearbox
Primary drive By helical gear
Final drive By chain
Clutch Wet, multi-plate clutch

Open cradle
Front suspension 
Double action telescopic fork suspension
Rear suspension 
Swinging arm suspension with double action hydraulic shock absorbers and adjustable concentric springs 
Front brake
Double disc brakes Ø 280 mm
Rear brake 
Disc brakes Ø 229 mm
Front tyre 3,50 V-18  
Rear tyre 120/90 V-18 
Length 2.250 mm 
Handlebar Width 670 mm
Saddle height 800 mm
Wheelbasev 1.500 mm
Weight (dry) 187 kg

Both models featured rigid frames, relatively long wheel base, advanced suspensions and disc brakes that gave the bikes superior road holding and handling. Those characteristics combined with relatively light weight made them more than competitive as race bikes against multi-cylinder opponents with more horsepower. They continued through 1981, when they were replaced by the S2 that only survived through 1984, and the Mille S2 through 1986 – the last of the bevel-gear driven camshaft motorcycles.

On the street, the 1977 Ducati 750 SuperSport became legendary in their own time – transforming them into history motorcycles.
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1984 Laverda RGA 1000 - The RGA Jota Special was created by then British Laverda importer, Keith Davies of Three Cross Motorcycles. Davies’ intent was to recreate the “old Jota 180°” performance by modifying each motor to RGS Corsa specification and adding a twin-round-headlamp, Laverda Orange, Sprint (brand) fiberglass full or half fairing. After the show this bike was consigned to Ham’s Motorcycles of Connecticut who set about its race preparation. How many RGAs were made is unknown and but what’s clear is that RGA 1000 Jota Specials number less than a couple of dozen.

The picture of LAVERDA RGA JOTA 1000/ 120 1982 above shows how unique design it has. To make sure whether this LAVERDA RGA JOTA 1000/ 120 1982 is what you need or not, below is the engine data.

Technical Data on Specification of LAVERDA RGA JOTA 1000 1984
Name & production year RGA JOTA 1000/ 120 981 1982 - 1984
Engine Type Air cooled, four stroke, transverse three cylinder, DOHC, 2 valves per cylinder
Displacement 981 cm3
Bore Xstroke 2.95x2.91 in OR 74.9x73.9 mm
Compression 9.0:1
Housepower 62(84)/8000 KW(hp)/RPM
Torque 66.4/7000 lb-ft/RPM OR 90/7000 Nm/RPM
Fuel System 3x32mm Dell'Orto Carburetors
Gear Box 5 Speed
Clutch -
Primary Drive -
Final Drive Chain
Frame -
Front Suspension Marzocchi oil damped telescopic forks
Rear Suspension Swingarm with dual Marzocchi shocks
Front Break 2x280mm discs 2 piston calipers
Rear Break Single 280mm disc 1 piston caliper
Lenght -
Width -
Seat Height -
Wellbase -
Ground Clearance -
Weight 524 lbs OR 238 kg
Fuel Capacity 5.2 gallons OR 5.2 L
Front Tire 100/90-18
Rear Tire 120/90-18

LAVERDA RGA JOTA 1000/ 120 1982 is known as motorcycles with name year product code RGA JOTA 1000/ 120 981 1982 - 1984. The engine type is Air cooled, four stroke, transverse three cylinder, DOHC, 2 valves per cylinder. It is powerful enough to drive the engine running well as this auto vehicle is powered with 3x32mm Dell'Orto Carburetors fuel system engine.

How does this motorcycle look like? Below is the image of LAVERDA RGA JOTA 1000/ 120 1982.
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Norton ES2 1950 For Sale - Genuine 1950 Norton ES2 500cc British Single in great condition. all numbers matching verification.  This is the rare plunger model with "Roadholder" forks.  The bike was restored 8 years ago. mechanically excellent and surprisingly comfortable. I rode it back from Cornwall 6 weeks ago and she didn't miss a beat. Runs on unleaded fuel as additive added to tank. Lots of history and mostly original and does show signs of age but in a good way.

For 1950, in common with other large-engined Nortons, the bike was further improved with the Slimline frame with upper frame rails narrowed and a restyled slimmer tank. 1950 Norton ES2 in original livery! Recent beautiful restoration. Excellent condition, starts and runs like new! Will satisfy the most fastidious owner! Be in quick! It remained popular due to its reliability and ease of maintenance, as well as the traditional design. From 1947 the ES2 had an innovative hydraulically damped telescopic front fork and race developed rear plunger suspension.

Norton ES2 1950 500cc Classic English Motorcycle

1950 Norton ES2 Specs :
Year: 1950                                                     
Capacity: 490cc
Colour: Silver/Black                                   
Miles: 10004
Price: $15,500.00

Manufacturer Norton Motors Ltd Aston Birmingham
Also called 'Easy-two'
Parent company AMC Ltd from 1953
Production 1928-1964
Successor Norton ES2 Mk2 (Norton badged Matchless)1965-1966
Engine 490cc OHV air cooled single
Top speed 82 mph[1]
Power 33 bhp @ 5500 rpm, 1960 spec[3]
Transmission 4 speed gearbox to chain final drive
Brakes 8.00 x 1.25 inches front, 7.00 x 1.25 rear from 1959
Tires 3.00 front, 3.50 rear x 19 inch from 1959
Wheelbase 56 inches
Seat height 31.5 inches
Weight 380 pounds (170 kg) (dry)
392 pounds (178 kg) (wet)
Fuel capacity 3.5 pints
Oil capacity 4 pints
Fuel consumption 50 to 60mpg

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The ES2 is a Norton motorcycle first produced in 1927. It was a long stroke single, always 79mm x 100mm bore and stroke, originally launched as a sports motorcycle but throughout its long life it was gradually overtaken by more powerful models.
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