Affectionately known as the “Steamer”, the first gen of the dual-sport Tiger was built between 1993 and 1998. It was a quirky option to the better known R1100GS. For more on the Tiger, check out this review from MCN. This example has 45,000 miles and is claimed to be in very good condition. The only problem is that the clock …
Post-Sale Update: This Ducati/Mototrans sold for $1,801 after 25 bids on eBay. This bike, affectionately known as “Bone Crusher”, has served as an ice racer for the last 6 years. It started life as a MotoTrans 350, which was a Spanish badge-engineered Ducati – check out BikeEXIF for another example of a MotoTrans.
Post Sale Update: This Twingle sold for the opening bid of $1,800! Also known as the Puch 250 SGS, this bike was imported into the US through Sears as the Allstate. It’s also known as the Twingle as it featured an interesting engine design where two pistons shared one combustion chamber.
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’.
Post Sale Update: After 33 bids on eBay, this K2 sold for $4,801. Normally, a 350 from Morini makes people think of the 3 1/2, but the Italian firm released the Moto Morini 350 K2 a decade later.