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Honda June 13, 2009 posted by

2004 Honda CB50R

Located in Sterling, Colorado is a very cool and very rare 2004 Honda CB50R.  Honda sold these as collectors items to remember their small displacement race bikes of the sixties; unfortunately, they also weren’t street legal.  This example shows zero miles with the only known defect to be a moderately sized scratch on the front fender.  This bike would make a very cool pit bike, mini track bike, or piece of garage art.  This little bike is probably a blast to ring out on a small track.  Kelly Blue Book puts these bikes at $3120, but, let’s see what the market decides–shame on the scratch.  See the eBay ad here

EDIT: Did not meet reserve at $1,852.09 on 06/19/09.

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Now available in Lexington, Kentucky is another zero mile CB50R showroom new, with no defects.  See the eBay ad here.

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Honda June 13, 2009 posted by

2008 Honda CBR125R (3)

Located in Fargo, North Dakota is your choice of three 2008 Honda CBR125Rs.  Located at a dealership, the seller claims to have three CBR125Rs that are able to be registered in the U.S.  I have no idea how they were able to import, and then once sold, register three bikes but that is what they say they can do.  I would obviously confirm that these bikes can be legally registered before purchasing–and aren’t in the same boat as the 2009 Aprilia RS125s.  If these bikes are somehow U.S. street legal it would be a very cool, brand new bike, for only $2999–less money than a Ninja 250.  Supposedly the fastest 125 in production and with factory equipped with fuel injection, these 125s are quite trick.  See the eBay ad here

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Aprilia June 13, 2009 posted by

1995 Aprilia RS250

Located in Trenton, Michigan is a supposedly official Aprilia import 1995 Aprilia RS250.  The seller claims that this was brought into the U.S. by Aprilia and isn’t a converted cup bike–very neat if true.  Showing only 2476 miles (Original MPH speedometer?) this bike looks very clean from the small but numerous pictures.  The opening bid is $8,500, which I expect to be market correct– once the history and condition have been verified. If you’re looking for a plated RS250 with some slight modifications, this one is worth investigating.  See and bid on the eBay ad here

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Yamaha June 11, 2009 posted by

1985 Yamaha RZ500 $6600

For you large two stroke fans we have a 1985 Yamaha RZ500 located, titled, and registered in Encinitas, California.  This completely original example shows 22,000 miles but looks to be in great condition.  The seller claims that the motor has never been apart, so it may need a careful eye but should be a good runner long into the future–something you can safely ride without worrying about diminishing the value.  California registered and priced right at $6600.  See the Craigslist ad here.

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Honda June 11, 2009 posted by

1995 Honda RVF400R NC35

On a tip from Victor, we have a 1995 Honda RVF400 NC35 located in San Diego, California.  This is a California titled and registered example with some cosmetic damage but nothing that would prevent it from being ridden proudly.  If you saw the recently restored example from Florida recently advertised at $9k, this California registered example looks quite good at a reasonable asking price of $6500.  See the Craigslist ad here.

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Honda June 11, 2009 posted by

1992 Honda NSR250 MC21

To mark our 100th post, we have available in Cumming, Georgia a very nice example of a 1992 Honda NSR250SP MC21, Rothman’s Edition.  This bike has recently (two-hundred miles ago) been gone through with, as the seller states, “New Crank, Seals, Pistons, Rings and all necessary gaskets. Carbs were cleaned and jetted properly.”  The seller also states about the bikes originality as: “90% original except: Aftermarket exhaust chambers and tips, HRC reed stuffers, Carbon fiber reeds, HRC Delimiter.” and in regards to overall condition, a “…9.5 out of 10.”  The one fly in the ointment as always for these bikes is the title, and this one suffers from only having a bill-of-sale.  Selling with only a bill-of-sale, this bike needs someone who, doesn’t care, or can get it titled and registered.  In pristine condition it sounds like a great deal at the asking price of $7000, but obviously at that price I’d like to get a title too.  See the Craigslist ad here.

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Honda June 11, 2009 posted by

Honda NS250R

Available in Seattle, Washington is the precursor to the NSR250, the NS250R.  From an astute reader, Terry C., we have learned that “This is an NS250R, the precursor to the NSR.  The MVX 250F was the precursor to this bike…The MVX is a V3 with cast iron barrels and the NS 250R is Honda’s first V-twin, but is totally different than the NSR engine.”  The bike is titled and registered in Washington.  This driver condition rare Honda is, I would say,  priced fairly at $3250. Thank you for the information Terry, greatly appreciated.   See the Craigslist ad here.

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Honda June 11, 2009 posted by

1994 Honda RS125

Now if you saw our last post for a pristine RS125, but wanted something you could seriously ride for track days or race, we have a perfect example in Alpharetta, Georgia.  This Honda RS125 is the perfect example of a serious race bike: not the prettiest thing, but gets the job done.  A RS125 would be a blast on the track and this example would be a perfect way to get there with a little work.  See the eBay ad here.

EDIT: Sold for $2,600.00 on 06/14/2009.

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