Post Sale Update: This Go-Devil sold for $1,600 after 22 bids on eBay.
Built between 1964-1967, the Go-Devil was one of the nicest minibikes available at the time thanks to a 50cc 2-stroke Fuji motor, swing-arm suspension, front forks with 30 degrees of rake, and good build quality. It also folded up into a storage bag. One of my biggest complaints with listings of foldable scooters is that sellers don’t want to go through the trouble of folding their bikes up for a photo, so I have to give this seller some kudos for showing potential buyers that the folding mechanisms work:
For more on the Go-Devil, check out this story by Matt Cuddy on SuperHunky. According to the seller, this bike was in storage for 49 years inside the included travel case before being “rediscovered” in December 2018. Everything is said to work as the fuel tank and carb were cleaned and the fuel lines were replaced. The only issue seems to be with the travel case, as it needs a new zipper.
Find this Go-Devil for sale in Brewster, New York with bidding up to $610 and the reserve not yet met or a BIN of $1,600
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