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Suzuki December 5, 2013 posted by

1986 Suzuki GAG Bomber in Michigan

1986 Suzuki GSX-R50 GAG Bomber for sale

These were new to me earlier this year when Ian spotted one similar to this one. This one looks just as nice but needs a little repair to cracked fairs and get the turn signals working. Otherwise I think it’s just small enough that it may actually fit into a stocking!

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1986 Suzuki GSXR-50 GAG Bomber for sale on eBay

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from the seller:

1986 Suzuki GAG50 Bomber version with 4079km (2535mi). They are known stateside as the GSX-R50. This version was not available in the states and is hard to find anywhere. It was imported from Japan about 6 years ago. This bike has factory gauges, turn signals, and mirrors(aftermarket?). Everything works except for the turn signals and I haven’t looking to why. Probably a simple fix. I rebuilt the carb and fired it up for the first time in 6 years last month. Good runner! It also comes with a box of spare parts(some were used to rebuild the carb). It does have some assorted scrapes and cracks in the upper fairing but is easily repairable and most parts are still available from the Suzuki. Being sold with a BILL OF SALE only! I do not have a title.

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1986 Suzuki GAG Bomber in Michigan
Aprilia July 19, 2013 posted by

Month in Review: June 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 60 bikes in June and readers purchased 14 bikes in total.

Lowest sale price: $2900
Highest sale price: $19800

Congratulations to June’s buyers and sellers!

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Let’s get it started with this 1996 Suzuki GSX-R 1100 that had a buy-it-now of $3600 and sold after one relist for $2950.

1996 Suzuki GSX-R 1100


This Yamaha YZR500 replica build in the UK was first listed for about $22,600 but ended up selling for $20,500 after two relists.

Yamaha YZR500 replica


In Arizona this 2002 Aprilia RS250 MKII sold for a shade over $9k.

2002 Aprilia RS250


This red-headed Moto Guzzi V11 Rosso Corsa sold for a very reasonable $5500.

2003 Moto Guzzi Rosso Corsa


Here was a sharp 1997 Yamaha YZF750R that sold for a mere $3700.

1997 Yamaha YZF750R


Next is this 1987 Honda CBR600 Hurricane that sold for $3950.

1987 Honda CBR600 Hurricane


A cult favorite, this 1985 Yamaha RZ350 sold for just $5000.

1985 Yamaha RZ350


This 1982 Ducati 900 Supersport pulled in $17,100!

1982 Ducati 900SS


After being relisted once, this 1996 Bimota BB1 is going to sell for $5444.

1996 Bimota BB1


With one relist, this Yamaha FZR400 sold for $3450.

Yamaha FZR400


Combining items in a single auction almost never works, but in the case of this lot with a 1986 Suzuki GSX-R1100 and 1987 GSX-R50 sold for $13,100.

1986 Suzuki GSX-R 1100


Here’s an ugly duckling that sold for just $2900.

1996 Yamaha FZR600


In the Pacific Northwest, this 1990 Honda NSR250R (MC21) sold for a mere $4825.

1990 Honda NSR250R


While not a Formula, this 1999 Laverda 750S sold for just $4550.

1999 Laverda 750S


And this nearly new 2002 Ducati 998S Bayliss sold for an astonishing $19,800!

2002 Ducati 998S Bayliss


At the other end of the spectrum, this 2001 Ducati 996 with just 1100 miles sold for $7500, which I think might be the best Ducati of the month.

2001 Ducati 996


Another 1986 Suzuki GSX-R 1100, and this one sold for $5400.

1986 Suzuki GSX-R 1100

Month in Review:  June 2013 Sales Report
Honda August 24, 2010 posted by

Shrinking Economy Special-50cc Madness: GSX-R, YSR, NSR (Sorry No Kawi)

Shrinking Economy Special-50cc Madness:  GSX-R, YSR, NSR (Sorry No Kawi)

This is my tribute to our “sluggish” economy.  To go along with smaller salaries, smaller portions at restaurants and (my pet peeve) smaller tubs of ice cream: I’ve put together a few smaller bikes for sale.  A search around the internet revealed some nice low mileage bikes out there if you have a thing for cc challenged bikes.  I tried my damnedest to find small Kawasaki but with no luck.  There were a couple AR50’s out there but they were serious project bikes.

First up is a little GSX-R50 on Ebay.  It looks to be in good shape other than the lower.  It appears to have been deformed from heat.  A definite sign of some other problem as that obviously should not be happening.

This is Suzuki GSX-R50 Japanese mini-bike. The bike runs excellent and is in good shape except the bottom of fairing is distorted possibly from heat see pictures for details. Disclaimer: The bike doesn’t have an odometer so mileage is unknown. Also, I am guessing on the year of this bike. Local pickup only or buyer makes alternative shipping arrangements. Let me know if you have any questions.

is nearing it’s end so be sure to jump in soon if you have an interest.

Next up are a couple of super clean NSR50’s, well one is actually brand spankin new.  Remember the NSR’s were track only bikes; where with the GSX-R and YSR you can terrorize the neighborhood.

 Honda NSR50 imported from Japan for only one year.
Extremely rare only around 4000 imported
interested in trades for jet boats and sea doos specifically but am also interested i nquads dirtbikes other streetbikes, motards or sided by sides, maybe even a nice car or truck
price is negotiable

The seller is asking $2,500 and as above he is open to trades and offers.  Check it out on Columbus, Ohio Craigslist.

If you don’t want an NSR touched by some heathens hands then the next one is for you.

 NEW NEVER BEEN SOLD!

2004 Honda NSR50 R
Stock Number: HR10027

BUY NOW and SAVE $$$

$2,599.99 plus fees, doc, tax, and license

This one is at a dealership in California.  Check it out on Sacramento Craigslist if you are interested.

For you Yamaholics I found this tidy YSR 50 in my backyard; Atlanta.

 THIS IS A VERY RARE YAMAHA YSR 50 WITH ONLY 600 ORIGINAL MILES. ITS NEVER BEEN TITLED AND COMES WITH THE ORIGINAL MSO ! IF YOU KNOW WHAT IT IS YOU BETTER HURRY ! FIRST $2500 GETS IT.

 

If the Wayne Rainey in you wants this one, it can be found on Atlanta Craigslist.

Obviously none of these bikes are as rare as most of the bikes we post here on RSBFS but ones in good condition definitely are a rare find.  Little bikes like these were usually treated as toys and time and lack of up keep has gotten the better of them. 

 IK