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1998 Laverda Ghost Strike 668

In Italy, Less than 5k, Sport by Abhi4 Comments

Talk about a fantastic name for a motorcycle. The Laverda Ghost Strike is one of the many variants the Italian firm pushed out in the late 90s that were powered by either the 650 or 668cc parallel twins. Laverda actually offered a Ghost and a Strike as separate models, the former a trellis-framed naked bike, the latter a perimeter-framed naked. …

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1966 Moto Guzzi Stornello

In Italy, Less than 5k, Standard by AbhiLeave a Comment

One of the last four-stroke singles that Guzzi ever built, the Stornello (which translates to Starling) was produced in many varying models, all of which were powered by a 124cc engine. The Scrambler was specifically designed for the US market, and came with off-road styling, chunky tires, upswept exhaust, and lower gearing.

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1968 BSA A50 Royal Star

In England, Less than 5k, Standard by AbhiLeave a Comment

A semi-popular export, the BSA A50 Royal Star was an evolution of the A50 Star, which was an example of BSA’s transition to full unit construction engines. The Royal Star had a 498cc twin that pushed 33 horsepower through a 4-speed transmission. For more on the Royal Star, check out this article from Motorcycle Classics.

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1981 Yamaha Virago XV750

In Cruiser, Japan, Less than 5k by AbhiLeave a Comment

Post Sale Update: This XV750 sold for $1,136 after 10 bids on eBay. Yamaha’s first V-twin cruiser, the 750 Virago was built from ’81 to ’98, making this a first year example of a cruiser that’s become a popular platform for customization. In fact, the seller of this specific bike was planning on turning into a cafe racer but he …

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Restomodded – 1991 KTM 300/380 EXC

In Austria, Dual-Sport, Less than 5k by AbhiLeave a Comment

It performs like a new bike but looks like an almost-classic. This 1991 KTM 300EXC has been given the engine, brakes, and suspension from a 2001 KTM 380EXC, creating an interesting package. As part of the mechanical changes, this bike also got NOS plastics, graphics, seat cover, and more. Unfortunately, the front light and fender are not the original KTM …

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1969 Honda CB160

In Japan, Less than 5k, Standard by AbhiLeave a Comment

Post Sale Update: This CB sold for $4,336.25 after 22 bids on eBay. The Honda CB160, affectionately known as the Mini Hawk, featured an over-bored CB125 that produced 16.5 horsepower at 10,500rpm. Here’s your chance to snag an example that’s been ‘perfectly restored’.