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Aprilia June 20, 2013 posted by

Month in Review: May 2013 Sales Report

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Welcome back to our latest sales report, where savvy buyers and sellers keep an eye on market values. We blogged a record 85 bikes in May and witnessed an all-time high of 29 of our picks getting sold. In fact our readers bought 23 bikes in May! Here is a review of 29 of the 85 posted, most having sold.

Lowest sale price: $1380
Highest sale price: $25099

Congratulations to May’s buyers and sellers!

dc

In no particular order, we start with this 1995 Ducati 900 SS/SP with 2000 miles that sold for $3650:

Ducati 900 SS/SP


A highlight last month is this 1986 GSX-R 750 Limited Edition with less than 900 miles that sold for $22,400!

1986 Suzuki GSX-R 750R Limited


This 2001 Ducati 996SPS failed to sell after being bid to nearly $12k.

Ducati 996SPS


This very tidy but tiny Aprilia RS50 sold for a pint sized $2700 to one of our readers.

Aprilia RS50


This stock 1985 Suzuki RG500 Gamma sold for $12,400.

1985 Suzuki RG500


This heavily modified 1986 Suzuki RG500 in Lucky Strike livery failed to sell the first time at $10,500 but sold after one relist for $16,000!

1986 Suzuki RG500 Lucky Strike


This 1990 BMW K1 with just 4200 miles sold for $13450, McDonalds colors be damned!

BMW K1


This very clean 1986 Suzuki GSX-R 750 sold for $7000, even with 30k miles!

1986 Suzuki GSX-R 750


This 1996 Suzuki GSX-R 750 might have been the bargain of the month selling at just $2550.

1996 Suzuki GSX-R 750


This amazing low mileage and stunning 1987 Suzuki GSX-R 1100 sold for $13100.

1987 Suzuki GSX-R 1100


Someone scored on this 1986 Kawasaki ZX1000R Ninja that saw just 7400 miles. Sold for only $3750!

1986 Kawasaki ZX1000R


This 1991 Yamaha TZ 250 B racebike sold for $17500 but was relisted and sold again for $15500. Hopefully for good!


This well looked after 1993 Moto Guzzi Daytona 1000 sold for $8200.

Moto Guzzi Daytona


This later 1997 Daytona 1100 with less than 7k miles failed to sell with bids reaching $9100.

Moto Guzzi Daytona 1100


Another great buy was this 1982 Honda CB 900F with 205 miles for only $6655. This won’t be depreciating any time soon.

1982 Honda CB900F


Here’s a nearly new 999R with less than 1k miles that failed to sell at $16100.

Ducati 999R


This restored 1988 Suzuki GSX-R sold for a mere $6100 to one of our readers.


This 1996 Suzuki RGV250 Lucky Strike was no reserve and sold for $7500.

Suzuki RGV250 Lucky Strike


Here’s a Yamaha RZ500 that sold for a scant $6500.

Yamaha RZ500 RD500LC


This 1998 Yamaha R1 failed to sell at $8500 and has been relisted for $7500.

Yamaha YZF-R1 For Sale


This cool 1985 Yamaha FZ750 survivor sold for $3850.

1985 Yamaha FZ750


Here’s a 1987 Suzuki GSX-R50 that sold to one of the RSBFS superfans for $1380.

1987 Suzuki GSX-R50


This 1983 Suzuki XN85 Turbo is one of several we posted recently and it sold for $5451.

1983 Suzuki XN85 Turbo


This 1994 Yamaha YZF-750R was also well bought at just $2200.

1994 Yamaha YZF-750R


This 1986 Suzuki GSX-R 750 Limited sold for $12721.

1986 Suzuki GSX-R 750 Limited


A very striking 2006 Ducati Paul Smart 1000LE sold for $17000.

2006 Ducati Paul Smart 1000LE


This spotless 1998 Aprilia RS250 set a new record selling for $9950.

1998 Aprilia RS250


This 1983 Kawasaki KZ1000R ELR failed to sell the first time at $8500 buy-it-now, but was relisted twice and sold for $6500.

1983 Kawasaki KZ1000R ELR


The top seller this month was this 1979 Kawasaki Z1R TC2 Turbo for $25099.

1979 Kawasaki Z1R TC2 Turbo


This 1994 Bimota DB2 appears to have sold for good this time at $7400.

1994 Bimota DB2


The great pumpkin 1982 Laverda Jota sold for $20255!

1982 Laverda Jota


This 1993 Ducati Superlight failed to sell at $9499.

Ducati Superlight


This XN85 Turbo sold for just $4000.

1983 Suzuki XN85 Turbo


While we were having a little fun with this CBR1000RR trike, it did find a new home for $9900.

CBR1000RR Trike


This 1985 RZ500 failed to sell when bid to $9100 while wearing a $11800 buy-it-now.

Yamaha RZ500

Honda May 21, 2013 posted by

2007 Honda CBR1000RR Repsol with 1,415mi

Ridgeway, WI – 1,415miles – $9,900 BIN

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Have you been looking for that special sport bike to set you apart from the crowd? You might want to keep reading then. You can be damn sure that you will turn some heads on the 1,415 mile CBR1000RR Repsol.

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What more could you ask for? A low mileage good looking… wait a minute. Yep, It’s a trike. Well, hats off to someone for spending $30k on building a three-wheeled wonder. I guess if you’re aren’t into it, then at least it comes with everything to put it back to stock. Build quality is top notch, I will give it that. If for some reason, your ability to balance isn’t up to par but you still want to roll MotoGP style, check out the auction here! Not much time left!

-JS

Aprilia September 4, 2012 posted by

Set Your Budget and Sale Prices: August 2012 Review

Hey guys,

I’ve been meaning to be better about catching everyone up on close values and winning bids, so here is everything we have a factual close or high bid pricing on from eBay. Adjust your sale price or target price accordingly!

Enjoy the short week,

dc

This Ducati 888 SPO with only 430 miles failed to sell the first time at $12,600 and a second time at $12,500. Closed Auction | Our Post

888 SPO for sale


This lovely Honda RC30 failed to sell at $26,600. Closed Auction | Our Post

Honda RC30 For Sale


This Vance & Hines FZR600 has been listed several times since our original post and it has failed to get a single bid at $3400. It currently listed for $3200 in the latest relist. Current Auction | Our Post

Vance & Hines FZR600 For Sale


The RC45 in Florida that was originally for sale in the same auction with an RC30, has been relisted a few times and is currently available for a buy-it-now of $35k. Current Auction | Our Post

Honda RC45 For Sale


As a few of you noticed, there was a rare sighting of an actual close to a Lance Gamma RG500 auction! This lovely sold for $17,920. Congratulations to buyer and seller! Closed Auction | Our Post

Lance Gamma RG500 For Sale


This gorgeous Ducati 750 F1a failed to sell at just shy of $10k. Closed Auction | Our Post

1985 Ducati 750 F1a for sale


Here we have a 2005 MV Agusta F4 AGO that was listed with a buy-it-now of $14,500 and failed to sell the first time at $12,300. But it was relisted and was sold for $14,500. Closed Auction | Our Post

MV Agusta F4 AGO for sale


A fan favorite, this 1990 Kawasaki ZX-7 H2 sold for $3650. Unfortunately the sale fell through and the bike was available again briefly before being pulled as ‘no longer for sale’. Closed Auction | Our Post

1990 Kawasaki ZX-7 H2 for sale


This 95 Honda NSR250SE MC28 sold for $10,400. Congratulations to buyer and seller! Closed Auction | Our Post

Honda NSR250SE MC28 For Sale


This 2009 BMW HP2 Sport with ABS was originally listed with a $18k buy-it-now and failed to meet reserve at $15,100. It was relisted and sold for $17k. Closed Auction | Our Post

2009 BMW HP2 Sport with ABS For Sale


This Ducati 916SPS failed to sell twice at $11,500 (classified) and a third time only reaching $7800. Closed Auction | Our Post

Ducati 916SPS For Sale


This RG500 Gamma failed to sell with zero bids starting at $10,600. Closed Auction | Our Post

1986 RG500 Gamma For Sale


This plated 2000 Aprilia RS125 sold for just $3850. Congratulations to buyer and seller! Closed Auction | Our Post

2000 Aprilia RS125 For Sale


The 1980 Vetter Mystery Ship Turbo received 19 bids to $11,200 but failed to meet reserve. Closed Auction | Our Post

1980 Kawasaki KZ 1000 Turbo Mystery Ship


This sharp 93 Honda VFR400 NC30 sold the first time for just $5000. Closed Auction | Our Post

1993 Honda VFR400 NC30 For Sale


Mike posted this 2009 Honda CBR1000RR Repsol Edition that he titled “medium rare”. Failed to sell the first time for $10k, but the relist sold for $9500. Closed Auction | Our Post

2009 Honda CBR1000RR Repsol For Sale


The Ducati Sport Classics are hot right now and this 2006 Ducati Paul Smart follows the same path selling for $14,500 the first time. Closed Auction | Our Post

2006 Ducati Paul Smart For Sale


This sexy little Cagiva Mito failed to sell with 12 bids up to $5400. Closed Auction | Our Post

Cagiva Mito For Sale


This very clean 91 GSX-R 1100 received 38 bids and sold for $6500. Congratulations to buyer and seller! Closed Auction | Our Post

1991 GSX-R 1100 for sale


This fantastic 1982 Honda CB1100 R has now sold with 24 bids totaling $16,900. Closed Auction | Our Post

1982 Honda CB1000 R For Sale


This 96 Suzuki RGV250SP VJ23 was originally listed last November and has now sold for $10,150. Closed Auction | Our Post

1996 Suzuki RGV250 SP (VJ23) for sale


This Aprilia RS250 Cup we recently listed sold for $7500 but must have fallen through as it’s relisted for $7200. Current Listing | Our Post

Aprilia RS250 Cup For Sale


Honda August 18, 2012 posted by

Medium Rare: 2009 Honda CBR1000RR Repsol Edition

For Sale: 2009 Honda CBR1000RR Repsol Edition

RSBFS reader and fan Martin pointed this one out to us. His description was perfect:
If you are going to get a CBR, this might be the one.

Martin’s rationale is simple: While the Repsol Edition CBR-RR is not uber rare, it pays to find the best possible example you can. And while this is true of collecting in general, condition is what sets a bike apart from the crowd when there might be many to choose from. Considering the number of Repsol Edition CBRs available right now, this particular bike with fewer than 700 miles is nearly new.

From the seller:
Great looking race replica Repsol CBR1000RR Limited Edition. With 669 miles, this bike is not even fully broken in yet. You are getting a like new bike for a used price. An older gentlemen sold this bike to us outright because he had back surgery and could no longer ride it. The tires still have the little nipples on them. Not a flaw on the bike! The pictures speak for themselves.

There has been some questions to whether or not this is a real Repsol Edition. I assure you it is the real deal. The model code within the VIN is “SC59J” stating is it a 2009 Respol Edition CBR1000RR. The standard CBR1000RR model code for 2009 was “SC59G”

In what is certainly a case of “you get what you pay for” you will also note that the price for a nearly new CBR1000RR is higher than many of the other Repsol bikes currently listed that have either higher mileage, modifications, damage, or all three. This one has a straight up price of $9,995, which is surprisingly inline with most of the other similar bikes on eBay right now (except for this one – the seller must think he has a RC30 with a funny paint job…).

To check out this bike and get all the gory details, jump on over to the auction. And thanks for the tip, Martin!

MI

Honda June 19, 2012 posted by

Canadian Mystery: 2010 Honda HRC Kitted CBR1000RR And CBR600RR

Canadian Mystery:  2010 Honda HRC Kitted CBR1000RR And CBR600RR

 

Damn, no sooner do  I get used to coming in late and taking extra long lunches and  I get a note from the boss that RSBFS reader Tim has done my job and done it quite well.  Tim spotted these two CBR’s for sale and then did a little investigating.  He noticed the seller has also listed some Jordan Szoke leathers for sale.  A little more interneting found Szoke had some sponsorship from  DeWildt Honda in 2010 but has since signed with BMW.  If BMW is paying the bills you can’t have Honda’s in the garage.  Adding two and two together I think you can make the assumption that these are indeed  Jordan Szokes former bikes.  If they aren’t,  blame Tim!

 

Whats on the CBR1000:

Hotbodies Bodywork/Windscreen
K-tech fork internals
Offset triple clamps
HRC Showa rear shock
Lightech clip ons
HRC Quick turn throttle
Motoholders Birdcage
Motoholders sub frame
Carbon intakes
Lightech resists
Lightech GP style chain adjusters
Brembo Floating Rotors
EBC rear waved rotor
Sunstar sprockets
DID chain
HRC wiring harness (traction control-power adjust-mapping)
HRC ECU
HRC alternator
HRC fuel pump assembly
Undercut transmission
Dyno jet power commander 5
Dyno jet quickshifter
Dyno jet auto tune
HRC velocity stacks
NGK plugs
HRC cams
HRC valves
HRC springs
HRC Head
Ackropic titanium full exhaust

What’s on the CBR600:

HRC Everything
HRC exhaust
HRC alternator
HRC wiring harness – ECU
HRC engine mods
HRC velocity stacks
HRC gages
HRC etc etc
Showa Shocks and Forks
Brembo Master
Motoholders sufbrame and birdcage
Sharkskins Bodywork

 

The 600 apparently only has a couple of track days under its’ belt and both bikes are located in Canada.

 

Asking price on the 1000 is $22,500 and here is the ad.

Asking price on the 600 is $15,000 and here is the ad.

 

 

The CBR1000RR in question?  This might be him on a 2009 CBR.

 

Ian

Rare Sport Bike Parts For Sale May 29, 2012 posted by

Parts Bin: HRC CBR1000RR Swing Arm And HRC RC30/45 Radiator

Parts Bin: HRC CBR1000RR Swing Arm And HRC RC30/45 Radiator

Here is another installment of go fast goodies that your significant other thinks you shouldn’t waste your money on.


Is it wrong to be in love with a radiator?

The info:

ULTRA RARE HRC Triple Stack World Superbike Radiator. This was purchased from the Honda WSB team at Laguna Seca in 1995. This is an extremely rare piece and I would be surprised if anyone has seen one for sale EVER. this was bought for a project bike by me years ago and the project went thru many changes and this piece was never used. The picture with the ruler shows the mount spacing for the two top mounts. I unfortunately lost the part number for this piece over the years so I do not have that.
This piece retailed from HRC to the privateer teams for $10,000. Yes that is correct, 10K!!!!!

I do remember reading that some radiators the Yoshimura bikes were using in the Mladin days ran around $12,000.

That damn thing is a work of art. The seller believes it will fit either an RC 30 or RC45. Given the year it was purchased, I’m guessing it is designed for an RC45. Anyone in the know?

Nobody said racers were the brightest bulbs.

The seller is asking roughly $4,500 but is open to offers. Check it out.


How about a swing arm off of Josh Brooks’ 2010 HM Plant Honda CBR? Yeah, they will throw in the linkage as well. I’m guessing you are getting more strength while losing some weight.

The asking price is 500 British Pounds which seems quite low to me for a modern kit part such as this. Inquire here for more info on it.


Ian

Honda January 25, 2011 posted by

Ex-racers: ultimate track day weapons! Part 1 – Honda

Two Swan Honda British Superbike CBR1000RR  Fireblade ex-race bikes for sale!

**Just a quick apology to everyone. I missed one of the auction end dates on Phil’s series of race bike posts. Please accept my apology and I hope you enjoy**

We go on harping about rare bikes such as the Bimotas and Ducatis (well, some of them), and in their own right they are, but sometimes a bike comes along that not only has all the trick parts on it but also race pedigree that just blows all the other “rare” bikes away – and these ex-BSB race bikes definitely fit that description.  Here’s part 1 of a 3-part mini series of some amazing factory race bikes for sale:

Available for sale are the two Superbikes as used to win BSB races in 2009 and 2010, ridden by Stuart Easton, James Ellison and Karl Harris.

The specifications are too complex to list on here.

However we can guarantee that these are 2 of the best bikes raced in the 2010 Superbike championship, (and better than most WSBK machines) using the highest technology to control throttle, power and engine braking.

They have the best chassis technology, electronics and engine components available on the market.

The bikes and especially the engines have been maintained to the highest standards, all components are mileaged and replaced as required by our strict limits on use.

As stated it is impossible to list everything on here, if you are a serious potential buyer then please contact us for more information on how to view the bikes and the full specifications.

We have wheels, 3 spares engines and full gearbox options available for each engine plus many many spares available, packages to be agreed for buyer.

Price listed of £35000 +vat is base price machine only, deal to be arranged for spare engine, wheels et\.

Not a lot of info there I know, but when it’s an ex-BSB race bike ridden by the likes of Stuart Easton, James Ellison and Karl Harris, what more do you need to know?  £35000 is approximately equivalent to US$56,000 – a lot of money for sure – but with that money you’re getting 2 bikes with race winning pedigree plus a boat load of spares (probably enough to build a third bike), so it’s not outrageous as it may sound.

If this Swan Honda race bike speaks to you (quack quack?  Geddit?  Swan? Sorry, I just couldn’t resist…), .

Honda May 9, 2010 posted by

1991 Honda CBR400RR Titled & Registered In California

Another very nice CBR400RR has popped up in Northern California this time!  Located in Dublin, California is a titled and registered CBR400RR with no mileage listed.  This bike features a 2007 CBR1000RR front end with radial brakes, Penske rear shock, HRC ECU, and the regulator/rectifier modification.  This bike currently has the CBR front end but an RVF400 front end is also available at a different price.  The seller states that this bike is an exceptional example but, does feature some nicks and blemishes.  Service history includes:

Both front ends have recently been serviced, re-sprung and re-valved by Aftershocks. New DID x-ring chain. The tank has recently been cleaned. The carburetors have just been completely gone through by Donny Babb at Modesto Ducati. This bike runs perfect.

The asking price for the bike with the CBR1000RR front end is $6,500 and $5,500 with the RVF400R front end.  Personally, I would buy the bike with the RVF front end, save the money on the purchase and possibly upgrade to the CBR1000RR front end sometime in the future as the RVF front ends are only getting rarer and the CBR1000RR front ends are only getting cheaper.

When these CBR’s were available, they had all the features of a big CBR just in a smaller package.  They feature a DOHC, four valve per cylinder, transverse four cylinder, four stroke, producing 53hp and rev’ing to 14,500rpm.  An aluminum frame kept weight down to 163kg and they featured a Showa adjustable rear shock and flat-side carb’s .  This bike is just as exotic to us American’s as any other gray import but, features the dependability of a Honda four-stroke.  See the 1994 example Jay posted not too long ago here.  If you’re interested-and as always, you should be–see this bike on Craigslist here.

EDIT:  The bike was on Craigslist but, kept getting flagged.  The seller has posted it on BARF and it can be seen here.

AG