Last month we featured some great bikes – but did they sell? And if so, for how much?
This list will only include listings from eBay (or other auction sites). I unfortunately have no way of finding out final sale prices of bikes offered on Craigslist/Cycle Trader/Kijiji/etc. With that said, here are some highlights from last month:
Hondaline Fairing – 1982 Honda CB900F Super Sport – sold for $2,350 after 29 bids on eBay in Canandaigua, New York. Best of all, it’s gone to Bike-urious reader Walter B!
No Reserve – 2004 – sold for $13,600 after 26 bids on eBay in San Jacinto, California.
Ending Soon – 1989 Moto Guzzi Mille GT 1000 – after being relisted, this Mille GT sold for $3,700 in San Tan Valley, Arizona.
1986 Honda Z50RD “Christmas Special” – sold for $4,850 after 22 bids on eBay in Wright City, Missouri.
Ending Soon – 1948 Douglas MK3 Project – sold for $3,700 after 15 bids on eBay in Huntington Beach, California.
Titled in the US – 1984 Yamaha RZV500R – sold for $19,000 after 2 bids on eBay in Miami, Florida. However, it was immediately relisted and then sold for a BIN of $17,999.
Yellow Speed Blocks – 1976 Yamaha RD400C – sold for $4,050 after 33 bids on eBay in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
No Reserve – 1986 Honda Elite 150 Deluxe – sold for $1,751 after 23 bids on eBay in San Jacinto, California.
102 Miles – 1982 Husqvarna 430WR – sold for $5,700 after 38 bids on eBay in Tacoma, Washington.
First Husky Two Stroke – 1939 Husqvarna Model 301 – sold for the BIN of $5,695 in Carmel, Indiana.
Here’s some stuff that didn’t sell:
2-Owner Toaster – 1973 BMW R60/5 – did not meet reserve despite 41 bids up to $10,100 in Lakeville, Connecticut.
ISDT Tribute – 1965 BSA B40 Enduro Star – did not meet reserve despite 48 bids up to $3,049 in Upper Black Eddy, Pennsylvania.
1966 BSA A65S Spitfire Special MK2 – did not meet reserve despite 24 bids up to $4,550 on eBay in Topanga, California.
Born Free Best British – 1961 Triumph Bonneville by Choppahead Kustoms – did not meet reserve despite a hefty 72 bids up to $19,700 in New Bedford, Massachusetts.
Restored – 1972 Honda CT70H – did not meet reserve despite 39 bids up to $3,950 in Greenlawn, New York. Looks like the seller made the right call because he/she has relisted it and bidding is currently up to $5,300 with over 3 days left
Nice Options – 1961 BMW R69S – did not meet reserve despite 26 bids up to $12,600 in Corona, California.
100s of Spare Parts – 1998 Honda RS250R NX5 – despite 39 bids up to $12,600 on eBay, this RS250R did not meet reserve in Hayward, California.
Did anything surprise you?