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Utah Collection For Sale!

It's not often that we see a large collection of truly collectable bikes up for sale. But during the first half of 2017, one collector in Utah has been offering up some rare beasts at an incredible rate. Here is a look at what is (and was) available - with MORE TO COME!

Update July 18, 2017: Another ZXR400R up for grabs!

Update June 17, 2017: Gary completes his collection sale with a KR-1R!

June 5, 2017: Final auction tally update. Congratulations to all the new owners!


1995 Kawasaki ZXR400R for Sale

Buy-it-now: $10,500

Read our post on this 1995 ZXR400R


1991 Suzuki RGV250 VJ22A

Status: SOLD for $7,100

Read our post on this bike on RSBFS


1995 Honda CBR400RR or Kawasaki ZXR400R


Status: SOLD for $8,850
Looks like the winner chose the Kawi. The Honda is still available.

Read our post on these two bikes on RSBFS


1987 Honda NSR50 AND 1988 Honda NSR50


Status: SOLD for $3,050 (that is a two-fer deal!)

Read our post on this bike on RSBFS


1989 Yamaha FZR400R


Status: SOLD for $4,300

Read our post on this bike on RSBFS


1990 Kawasaki ZX750F Ninja


Status: Auction ENDED early

Read our post on this bike on RSBFS


1988 Yamaha 400RR


Status: Auction ENDED with a high bid of $6,600

Read our post on this bike on RSBFS


1990 Suzuki GSX-R400


Status: SOLD for $5,600

Read our post on this bike on RSBFS


1992 Suzuki RGV250 Lucky Strike


Status: SOLD for $9,019

Read our post on this bike on RSBFS


1992 Honda NSR150 SP


Status: SOLD for $6,100

Read our post on this bike on RSBFS


Honda NSR80 or Honda NSR50

Status: SOLD for $4,450

Read our post on this bike on RSBFS


1991 Honda VFR400R NC30

Status: SOLD for $9,200

Read our post on this bike on RSBFS


1988 Honda CBR250R


Status: SOLD for $6,000

Read our post on this bike on RSBFS


1994 Kawasaki ZXR250


Status: Auction ENDED early

Read our post on this bike on RSBFS


1988 Yamaha FZR400


Status: Auction ENDED with the highest bid at $8,100

Read our post on this bike on RSBFS


1989 Yamaha FZR750RR/OW-01

Status: SOLD for $23,100

Read our post on this bike on RSBFS


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13 Comments

  • I’m the buyer of the OW-01 and I think RSBFS needs to be a bit careful characterizing this as a collection for sale. While I have no doubt that some of the bikes come from Gary’s collection, Gary is also a dealer who is importing bikes from Japan to the U.S. for resale. I would have no qualms about buying more bikes from Gary and if anyone is looking for Japanese market specific stuff, I would recommend that they contact Gary to see what he might be able to come up with.

  • I know Gary too he’s a straight shooter. He sold me the cleanest 89 ZX7 H1, and like what Ray said he is a dealer and has good connections outside brining bikes in from Japan especially Kawasakis. With that being said We are both hardcore collectors with many rare bikes. I have helped him before using my connections ( my friend in Japan). I wouldn’t hesitate purchasing a bike from him. Matter of fact I could wire him $20k for a bike and sleep well at night . 😎

    Lee

  • Would need a couple shots of sake though ..

  • Holy shizznit! I’d keep ’em all, and thrash the hair off them. Maybe a brewery and a stripjoint in the infield… I might even invite a couple of mates to help with the petrol $… Then again, maybe not! A+ collection of grey porn, well done…

  • I bought a bike from Gary as well, sight unseen, and wired him the money, and it was what he said, very, very clean and nice and now resides in my living room with some other nice stuff. And I would not hesitate to buy another bike from him. With that said, anyone want to sell me an OW01? Or know where one is? I need one.

    • … there’s a guy named “Ray” that might have one ! Heh.

  • I love these posts, and my obesession with Japanese Sports Bikes from the mid 80’s until the late 90’s grows, as the cars that I want become out of reach. I died in March of this year, and so every day I am alive and improving is a bonus, and I am looking for an immaculate RC30, RVF400 and OWO1….first bike I ever road was an RVF400 followed by CBR400 and VFR400….I’m a big boy and would crush them these days, but I am now on Vancouver Island and finding one of these treasures is tough

  • The Lucky Strike went for top dollar. Highest that I have seen yet here in the states for a RGV.

  • I bought a 93 Zx7r m1 from Gary. It is as stated the cleanest one you will see. He was great to deal with. Now I want the little green 400 for sale in the “you pick one” auction!!!! What an amazing lot of bikes he offered up over the last year. Love seeing all these bikes find new homes.

  • Whoever bought the rgv lucky got ripped.

    • Only if HE thinks he did … It’s not like they come up for sale all that often (here in the States).

  • Aside from the ow01 and h1 zxr 750 he hasn’t sold anything that significant recently.

    @Scott……..congrats on the m1. A true superbike.

  • The $old listings don’t seem to match the actual eBay sales. Many of the bikes appeared still for sale while $old posts where being posted here.

    Mnay reserves or BIN prices for the bikes where rather high and played into the cache of the newly correctly aged 2T 125 & 250’s and 4T 250 and 400’s coming of age in the EPA/NHTSA controlled US market – essentially novelty impulse buys..

    And some where even somewhat misrepresented as to the rarity, condition and model types (RR vs SP vs R etc).

    As always, Buyer Aware and Beware. Due diligence and all that 🙂

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