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1974 Suzuki TS250

Also known as the Savage in the US (or the Hustler in Japan), the Suzuki TS250 was a dual-sport with 23 horsepower, a 5-speed transmission, and a top speed of about 80 miles per hour. Here’s a restored example in impressive condition.

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1937 Harley-Davidson UL Flathead

Discovered in the early 90s in Iowa, this bike was restored by Adolph Ogar and then spent time in a notable collection. In 1995, Harley Davidson featured this bike in their calendar in the month of June.

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$7k – 1990 Ducati 750 Sport

Let me answer your first question – no, it’s not running. But this is the cheapest I’ve seen a 750 Sport in a long time…and it could be a great purchase for a gambler.

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Di Blasi Express Folding Scooter

I’m featuring this scoot for two reasons. First, it’s hard not to appreciate the engineering required to build a vehicle that folds up into a bag. Second, the delightfully 90s website is worth checking out.

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Needs a Little Work – 1966 Matchless G15 MKII

Marketed as a bike with “slingshot acceleration”, the Matchless G15 MKII evolved from the poor effort that was the original G15. This bike featured a Norton Atlas engine and was arguably best when it was paired with a sidecar.