1972 Yamaha At2 Motorcycles for sale
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Warwick, Rhode Island
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1972 Yamaha LT2 enduro turn key very very nice clean bike runs great .Start it up and go show your friends.Inside of tank is rust free ,new seat cover ,new pet cock gaskets,new chain and sprocket,trans oil and injection oil changed .I went thought every nut and bolt on this bike the only thing it will need is tires (some dry rot tires are original) they hold air no leeks. I didn't change them because everybody likes different types if you like new tires put on that can be arranged. Chrome looks great .Front and back fender,back light was repainted and clear coated looks great. Pics tells it all one sweet bike. NO TITLE BILL OF SALE ONLY . Shipping is buys responsibility . If you need more info call 401-477-3872 THANKS
1972 Yamaha LS2. 100cc two stroke street bike. Very rare, only produced 1 year. We recently acquired this bike from a vintage Yamaha collector. This bike has only 1213 original miles. It is very nice original condition. When the bike arrived to us, it was very nice, but had been in storage for several years. We completely disassembled the carburetors and ultrasonically cleaned and reassembled them, setting everything to original factory specs. We adjusted the points and set ignition timing to factory spec. All fluids were replaced, and a new battery installed. The gas tank on this bike is very clean inside and rust free. The bike starts very easily on 1-2 kicks when cold, and 1 kick warm. It is pretty quick for a 100cc bike. It will haul a 195 lb rider on flat terrain at 55+ mph. Everything works as it should on this bike, including all lights, gauges, and switches..Stop by and check it out anytime. Williams Vintage Cycle - Xenia OH. 937-376-0424
Cedar Valley, Utah
Very nice 1972 CT2 (175cc) with low miles and very original condition and not rusted. This bike has been stored indoors all of its life and you can tell, notice how nice the shocks and instruments are. Shows 2273 miles that are believed to be original. Cables are original as are the grips. Frame and engine numbers match. Has original Yokohama tires in nice condition. Great start for a restoration since it is mostly complete and in much better than average condition. Bike runs well, usually starts with 2 kicks. New Yamaha air filter. Carb has been cleaned and the bike runs great. Several parts have been removed over the years, mostly lights that are readily available. I can source them at my cost for the buyer if needed. Needs 1 front turn signal bracket, 2 front turn signals, 2 rear signals and tail light and bracket. I have found both used and reproduction parts without much trouble so the bike could be easily completed or ridden as it is with just a rear light. The bike was tipped over on the right side so there is fairly heavy damage to the tank and the bars are tweaked a bit. Bars can be straightened without much trouble, it is right up by the grip. The pipe is in amazing condition. I have found after 40 years of working on and restoring these bikes that it pays in the long run to start with the nicest bike you can find and not a "rat". It will cost much less in the long run doing it that way. I saw a restored bike of this model and color earlier this year bring $4050, it was nice but did not have turn signals. Contact me with any questions and more photos, I have good sources for shipping anywhere in the US. Sold on a BOS.
Charlestown, Rhode Island
1972 Yamaha Xs650 , Vintage 1972 Yamaha XS-2 650 cc motorcycle. Good running condition. 24,000 miles. Very clean. Original owner. Always garaged. Clear title. Original color: red/white. Does not burn or leak oil. A real collector's item at a great price! $3,500.00 4018244300
2,000 original miles all original paint, etc. really nice time capsule $2900. For great selection of classic vintage motorcycles and scooters. Please call Terry at 352-598-7431 or evenings at 352-595-5079 for more information.
1972 Yamaha G7S Scrambler, 1972 Vintage Classic All Original G7S Yamaha Scrambler W/ Only 1276 Miles. Kept Indoors & Well Maintained. Would Be Hard To Find A Cleaner One!! Admired By All That Looks At It. If Any Questions Please Call 724-282-7278(Ext:4) & Ask For Jen.*Flawless Factory Candy Green Paint *Flawless Tires *Flawless Chrome *Original 1972 Inspection Sticker..How Fun!! *Kick Start*4 Speed*2 Stroke*Chain Drive*80CC*Collector's Piece Stop In & Leave w/Any One Of Our Used Motorcycles We Have For Sale Here At The Shop. Over 200 To Choose From & Ready To Ride.
2,000 original miles all original paint, etc. really nice time capsule $2900. For great selection of classic vintage motorcycles and scooters. Please call Terry at 855-264-6790 for more information.
1972 YAMAHA AT2 project bike. Runs but needs some TLC. New battery and fuel tap. Missing turn signals. Originally painted orange but previous owner painted blue. Have Title. Located near Brighton, Colorado.
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Very nice 1972 CT2 (175cc) with low miles and very original condition and not rusted. This bike has been stored indoors all of its life and you can tell, notice how nice the shocks and instruments are. Shows 2200 miles that are believed to be original. Cables are original as are the grips. Frame and engine numbers match. Has original Yokohama tires in nice condition. Great start for a restoration since it is mostly complete and in much better than average condition. Bike runs well, usually starts with 2 kicks. New Yamaha air filter. Carb has been cleaned and the bike runs great. Several parts have been removed over the years, mostly lights that are readily available. I can source them at my cost for the buyer if needed. Needs 1 front turn signal bracket, 2 front turn signals, 2 rear signals and tail light and bracket. I have found both used and reproduction parts without much trouble so the bike could be easily completed or ridden as it is with just a rear light. The bike was tipped over on the right side so there is fairly heavy damage to the tank and the bars are tweaked a bit. Bars can be straightened without much trouble, it is right up by the grip. The pipe is in amazing condition. I have found after 40 years of working on and restoring these bikes that it pays in the long run to start with the nicest bike you can find and not a "rat". It will cost much less in the long run doing it that way. I saw a restored bike of this model and color earlier this year bring $4050, it was nice but did not have turn signals. Call me with any questions, I have good sources for shipping anywhere in the US. Sold on a BOS, ebay makes you list the title status and doesn't have a spot for Bill of Sale. I should be able to obtain a title if needed. Contact me for more photos or information through email, text or phone Jim 801-669-3900
I am trying to sell my 2014 Honda CBR500R with ABS in gorgeous Black color with clean/clear/no-lien title. It has never been raced, abused or seen a track. It has approximately 4,546 miles, mostly stock with some really useful/tasteful upgrades and in excellent running condition. Miles will slowly go up, since I am riding it. Tires/fork seals are in excellent condition, brakes and battery are solid. Chain and sprockets are almost new too. Following things have been done to the bike and it will come with: 1-Filter and Oil Change 2-Cleaning of Air filter 3- Adjustment and cleaning/lubing of Clutch 4-Brake fluid replacement for front and rear brakes 5-Cleaning/Adjusting and Lubricating the chain 6-Frame sliders(really excellent to have) 7-R&G fender eliminator 8-Upgraded headlight bulbs and overall lights 9-2 keys for the bike, user manual and some basic tools 10-Washed and Waxed 11-Daytime running lights 12-ABS system Bike has few small scratches here and there(covered in pictures and being a used bike) but overall in excellent condition. Please see pictures and let me know if any questions. I am asking $5,000 CASH, but open to reasonable offers. Please be respectful and don't try to low ball, as you already know worth of it. ABSOLUTELY NO TEST RIDES. Please bring cash if you want to test ride it, because if you drop it you bought it. Else, I can ride and demonstrate for you. Please email or text or call me at 703-eight three one-seven236
2011 HARLEY-DAVIDSON FLSTC - HERITAGE SOF, Motorcycles of Dulles is pleased to offer this CERTIFIED PRE-OWNED 2011 HARLEY DAVIDSON FLSTC HERITAGE SOFTAIL CLASSIC in BLACK with 15,695 MILES! Warranty: The price of this motorcycle includes a 2 year/unlimited mile extended repair protection plan covering all mechanical breakdown and roadside assistance. Call your Sales Advisor for more details.This Motorcycle has completed our Certified Pre-Owned list, which includes but not limited to the following:- Oil and Filter Change- Check and Top off all Fluids- Tire Pressure Reset- Lube Chain (where applicable) and Adjust- Virginia State Inspection- Road Tested for proper operation- Accessory Power Pigtail/Battery charging lead addedFinancing and Extended Coverages:Motorcycles of Dulles can assist you with Financing, Extended Repair and Protection programs and maintenance packages, please call 703-330-1200 and ask for John.To schedule a test ride on this motorcycle or any of our motorcycles,call 703-330-1200 and ask to speak with one of our Sales Advisors!We accept all makes and models on trade, and buy well cared for previously owned motorcycles. Turn 4 wheels into 2; Motorcycle of Dulles will take your car in trade on a new motorcycle!We are conveniently located at 22890 Quicksilver Drive, Dulles VA 20166Hours of Operation: Tue 10am - 6pm Wed 10am - 6pm Thu 10am - 8pm (Extended Evening Hours) Sat 9am - 4pm Sun Closed Mon ClosedDoes your current motorcycle need service?We are an Authorized BMW and Triumph repair facility, but we work on all makes and models. We offer pickup and delivery, shuttle service within 10 miles and winter storage!Schedule your service appointment today.Call 703-330-1200 and ask for Melvin or Jake!Looking for Parts and Accessories?Call 703-330-1200 and ask for Drew or Nick!Looking for Riding Gear or Apparel?Call 703-330-1200 and ask for Drew! *Price does NOT include Taxes, Tags, Title and Fees.Mention this ad and receive a 5% DISCOUNT on service, parts, and accessories (valid for first time New or Pre-Owned Bike Purchases).
We are selling a 1972 Yamaha CS5E 200 Street. AKA, the RD200 predecessor. The "E" stands for electric start. This bike has 895 original miles, and it has been preserved or restored where necessary to excellent mechanical and cosmetic condition. It got 2nd place in the April 2014 OC Vintage bike show in Huntington Beach, CA. Everything on it works, and it runs and rides great. It is a blast to ride...light, quick, and great handling. The bike starts easily with either the electric or kick start, and shifts through the 5 gears smoothly. The brakes are excellent..the front being the same size twin-leading show as on the contemporary R5 350. The auto lube system has new lines and is properly adjusted and works as it should. Some of the highlight of the work that has been done since 2013: Engine top end, carbs, electrical system and forks rebuilt and engine tuned by Mach 1 Cycles of Costa Mesa. Machine work was by Q&E machine, Santa Ana. Paint on tins by California Cycle Design in Costa Mesa. Chrome by Orange County Plating. The paint is base/clear coat, polished to perfection. The bike has many NOS parts, and a few select repro parts. NOS parts: Tank badges, pistons, rings, pins, fork seals, fork nuts, tach cable, brake cable, speedo cable, brake and clutch levers, footpeg, shift, and kick rubbers, and the stop switch. Repro parts include air cleaner boots, seat cover, blinkers, mirrors, and the rear shocks. Most people will look at the bike and think its like brand new and perfect, but it's not. While most of the chrome has been redone, the pipes and rear fender have not, and they have some light pitting. Those familiar with these vintage bikes will understand that it is 43 years old, and there are minor idiosyncrasies with its operation. Sometimes the engine stalls when shifting from neutral to 1st when it's cold, and sometimes neutral is difficult to select when hot. There is a small oil leak on the left side from either the clutch pushrod, or the shifter seals. The generator light comes on at idle, but goes away as soon as revs reach above idle. Charging system works perfectly. Rims are original and in great shape. The bike comes with the original rider's manual, factory service manual, and parts listing. Also included is a copy of the 1972 Cycle World road test article and original magazine advertisement for the bike. Clean title. You will not be disappointed with this beauty. For more info, call John at 770.447.6945 ext.20.
Santa Monica, California
Category Sport Bikes
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Perfectly restored! 1972 Yamaha TD-3 Frame: TD3-991450 The mainstay of 250cc and 350cc class racing at national and international level for many years, the twin-cylinder two-stroke Yamaha well deserved the title of 'privateer's friend'. The 250cc TD2 arrived in 1969, replacing the TD1C, and immediately proved capable of winning Grand Prix, privateer Kent Andersson triumphing in the German round at Hockenheim that year, one of Yamaha's most significant classic victories. The giant leap forward from the TD1C had been achieved thanks to a comprehensive redesign that saw the porting and exhaust system updated, superior Mikuni carburettors adopted and the chassis, suspension and brakes greatly improved. Looking like a scaled down Norton Featherbed, the TD2's chassis was a development of that used for the RD56 works racer. Broadly similar as far as its frame and cycle parts were concerned, the 350cc TR3 differed mainly by virtue of its horizontally-split crankcases, a feature not introduced on the 250 until the TD3's arrival in 1972. The TD3 carried on the winning tradition from its predecessors. Kel Carruthers (1st), Cal Rayborn (2nd) from Don Vesco Factory Racing, and Duane McDaniels (3rd) from Twin 'K' Sports Center, all rode a TD3 at the 250 world championship at Daytona in 1971. Other successes were Rodney Gould’s World Championship win over a similarly equipped Kel Carruthers who also won the Isle of Man TT Lightweight 250 cc class aboard the diminutive Yamaha. The new over-the-counter Yamahas were smaller, lighter with greater manoeuvreability and consequently easier braking. The engines were simpler to build - but not significantly easier to maintain as four-stroke singles potentially lasted an entire season - offering a small compact unit without the height associated with overhead valves and camshafts. They announced the 'death knell' of the traditional 350cc and 500cc class single-cylinder four stroke engines manufactured to 1950s designs. The bike offered here, of 1972 vintage, was owned and raced for several years by famed motorcycle artist, Mick Ofield. Research continues, but at some point in the racing career of the bike, the frame was modified for the rear shocks to have a pick up point further forward, supposedly for far better handling. The bike is fresh from a ground-up restoration. All cycle parts were refurbished or renewed as needed. The frame was powder-coated, and to the modified pick up points, a pair of new, custom –built Works Performance shocks were installed, rated for a rider at about 160-180 pounds, give or take a few lunches. These suspend an original, rebuilt Yamaha valanced rim with stainless steel spokes and new Heidenau race spec tires. There’s a similar set up at the front, and held in place with the original TD-3 forks, fully rebuilt. New headrace bearings, chain and sprockets, and a steering damper were fitted, as well as all new rubber parts and cables. Brakes were fully rebuilt, front and rear. The engine was completely rebuilt with fresh crank, rods, etc. It runs well and feels strong. The gearbox was refurbished and shifts perfectly well. The bike sports the original aluminum gas tank, restored inside and out, and brand new Airtech fairing, ‘screen and seat unit, all beautifully painted in the traditional white with appropriate striping. NOS parts were used throughout the exhaustive restoration of this true icon of the transition of racing technology of the ‘60s and ‘70s. The result is a bike that can be successfully raced or displayed in a museum or living room setting. Offered on a Bill of Sale.
Trim Superbly restored
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1972 Yamaha DS7 250CC 2-stroke motorcycle for sale. This is a very close to complete bike that was running this past Saturday (can provide video) and is an excellent starting point for a resto. The bike is dirty but it is a great piece. Much of the chrome will clean up real easy. The bike has good compression and low mileage at 7418. This is a numbers matching 1-year bike. This was the predecessor to the RD250 but is piston port and was considered much closer to the race bikes of the period than the RD. This is a great example that will make a relatively easy restoration project. Again, overall this is an amazing starting place. The original paint on the frame appears decent shape and again just needs a wash to see what lies underneath.. I think the pipes and most of the chrome will only need a clean and polish. Tank has some dents but overall good shape. It is not a rust bucket like many of them. Cables all appear to be original and controls are in excellent shape. Many projects have loads of missing parts or damaged pieces. This is not the case here, you will not need much to get this restored. This appears to have been an Alberta bike for some time (although I am unsure of the actual history) so there are not the rust problems you see with bikes from the east and closer to the coast. The items of note that are missing are relatively minor but include the battery, tail light lenses, side stand spring and tank badges. The front fork legs have some rust which may or may not be repairable. I expect the carb boots will need to be replaced as well. The bike comes with the original seat that has a rusty pan and the foam is no good. It also comes with a RD200 seat in very good shape. Also comes with a manual in binder. VIN is DS7-121130 The bike comes with a bill of sale and I will not crate or ship to you. I am happy to help load into your truck or shipping vehicle. I will try and provide reasonable assistance if you are planning on shipping the bike. See pictures for condition and feel free to ask questions. Happy to provide phone number if want to chat. Deposit of $300 due within 24 hours and balance due within a week. Paypal or cash only.
St. Paul, Minnesota
1972 BMW R 75 , Clean vintage BMW R75/5 long wheel base. Garage stored. Last started 5 years ago. New tires with low mileage. Original seat cover split at rear, have new one. $2,500.00 6514722174