Post-Sale Update: After being relisted, the BMW sold for $38,300 after 37 bids on eBay. Reader Phillip B notes that the Zundapp is still for sale, but now for $35,000 ($10k discount). For World War II, the Wehrmacht sent a proposal to both Zundapp and BMW, asking for a motorcycle that could carry 500kg, cruise at 80 kilometers/hour, and have …
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A quirky, rare 3 wheeler, the “Mud Bug” was made by MTD, a company known more for producing lawn mowers. Powered by Briggs & Stratton motors varying between 5-8 horsepower, they were designed to be fun toys that could be transported in a station wagon, back when people actually bought station wagons.
Yes, it’s based on a car, but the front end is off a bike (bonus points if you can figure out what it’s from, cause I can’t), so I’m considering this suitable enough to feature. For just $2,000, you too can have a homemade trike with the drivetrain of an automatic Fiero. Seems appropriate to post this on April Fool’s …
Built by Ford design engineer John Hickey, this reverse trike was winner of the 2010 Vetter Challenge, a competition to see if a vehicle can hit 100mpg at 70 miles per hour into a 30 mph headwind while carrying four bags of groceries.
Like the Randy Grubb Decopod but you’re looking for something cheaper? Here’s an oddball custom built off a Piaggio MP3 – and that’s pretty much all I can say about it. Find this…thing for sale in Vancouver, British Columbia for $6,000 here on Craigslist.
A seller in Michigan is offering two very rare Simson scooters, so I figured I’d combine them into one post.
Get ready for the most majestic motorcycle I’ve ever featured. Reader Jim R. simply said “Only in NC” when he submitted this find, which seems quite apt.
Here’s a different take on the usual sidecars I see – one based on a Honda CB500 Four cafe racer.
There isn’t much information on this bike/hack combo, but it’s claimed to be a ‘mostly original’ Jawa 360 with a Velorex sidecar, both in a beautiful shade of red. Find this Jawa hack for sale here on Craigslist in Reading, Pennsylvania. This bike-uriousity brought to you by David N!
After World War II, NSU found themselves with factories that had been destroyed. But they were able to persevere and in 1952 they released the Max, one of the most popular quarter-liter bikes of the 50s – 97,120 bikes were sold.
Originally a railroad equipment manufacturer, the Kalamazoo Manufacturing Company was founded in 1883 but expanded into material vehicles with the Kalamazoo Speed Truck in the 40s. They produced many variants of the Speed Truck, including this 3 wheeler (with a cute aftermarket trailer).
This adorable sidecar rig is based on a chromed out Cushman Eagle with a rebuilt engine that comes with a side “car” that’s perfect for a little kid. Find it for sale here on Craigslist in Tuttle, Oklahoma for $7,500. This bike-uriousity brought to you by Jim R!