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1917 Eveready Autoped

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Post Sale Update: This Eveready sold for the opening bid of $9,500 on eBay in Maggie Valley, North Carolina. Wheels Through Time is continuing their sale of exhibit bikes, and this one’s my favorite so far! Meet the Eveready Autoped, the first mass-produced motorized scooter in the US.

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Wheels Through Time Former Exhibits

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The Wheels Through Time Motorcycle Museum in Maggie Valley, North Carolina is clearing up some space for new exhibits by selling off a few machines on eBay – there’s a ’58 Harley-Davidson XLR factory racer, ’31 Harley-Davidson DL, ’65 Harley-Davidson XLCH, ’34 Indian one-off hillclimber, ’27 JAP Speedway racer, and a’34 Rudge Whitworth Speedway racer. What do you want to …

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1973 Auranthetic Charger

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Post Listing Update: This Auranthetic did not get any interest at the BIN of $1,450. A few years ago, Vy went to Chicago to film an episode of Chicago PD. I decided to join her, and while I was in town I visited a reader with an amazing collection of motorcycles. He had some incredible stuff, and I knew we’d …

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1939 Indian Sport Scout

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Post Sale Update: This Sport Scout sold for $19,600 after 43 bids on eBay in Cold Spring, New York. After the success of the legendary 101 Scout, Indian did not have much luck with the Standard Scout or Motoplane. They attempted to remedy the common complaints with the Sport Scout in 1934, which was still 15 pounds higher than the …

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Jet-Powered Trike – 2018 MTT 420RRT

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Based in Louisiana, Marine Turbine Technologies is a self-described “design, engineering and manufacturing company” that build jet-powered pumps, boats, generators, and…motorcycles. They got a bit of attention when Jay Leno acquired one of their Y2K superbikes – a $175K beast with a Rolls Royce Allison C20 engine that made 420 horsepower and 500 pound feet of torque. They use the …

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Street Legal – 1996 ATK 260LQ

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In 1995, your only option for an American-built dirt bike was ATK. So it was rather exciting when the company announced that they were debuting liquid-cooled models. The 260LQ was an interesting option, as it was a 2-stroke, street-legal enduro – this one is currently road legal in California.