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2001 Gilera RUNNER

2001 Gilera RUNNER

$5,000

Fort Lauderdale, Florida

Year 2001

Make Gilera

Model RUNNER

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180cc water cooled 2 stroke. 25 hp 250 lbs. Malosi multivar variator.33200km. I am original owner. This was my daily rider for first 7 years, my son rode it for a couple of years and since then it's been taken for a ride about twice a month. It's been professionly maintained by Varsity Cycle and Jeff and Dick from Riva Vespa and Scooter Superstore Hollywood. This bike has a Florida tag, is registered and can be transfered to new owner. This is only one of two Gilera 180's that I know of that are Street legal.(my brother in law has the other one.) THis is a unique, very powerful, and very fast scoot. Contact Ed at 9548047622 . price negotiable for the right buyer.

2010 Harley-Davidson Heritage Softail CLASSIC

2010 Harley-Davidson Heritage Softail CLASSIC

$15,900

Norcross, Georgia

Year 1939

Make Gilera

Model SATURNO

Category Classic Motorcycles

Engine -

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Great prewar Italian sports bike with a rich racing history. Gilera Saturnos do not come up for sale often. This one is an older restoration with a nice patina. Call John for details 770 447 6945 x 20

Other Makes : Gilera 105 1961 gilera 105 project bike

Other Makes : Gilera 105 1961 gilera 105 project bike

$2,100

Santa Monica, California

Year 1961

Make Other Makes

Model Gilera 105

Category Naked Motorcycles

Engine 105

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Up for sale is a fantastic piece of Italian, post-war design. This bike wears a beautiful patina, exudes style and shows that even simple machines can be elegantly designed. I purchased this bike 4 years ago, from a man that had it on display in his office with the hope of restoring it mechanically. Life has proved too large a distraction from seeing that through. Included with the motorcycle are two petcocks, 6v bulbs, a 6v battery, and a PDF repair manual (in Italian). The good: -The engine/internals all move freely and are lubed -The brakes work -The fork is a little soft but otherwise in a good state -With the key on, power gets from the battery to the fuse box, light, and horn -Brevetti slip-on muffler The bad: -I have no idea when it was last registered and is sold with a Bill of Sale only -It does not start, just want to be clear on this -The tires are older and show cracks, I would not ride on them -Missing one of the knurled bolts that hold one of the compartments shut

1967 Gilera SS106 Sears Allstate Motorcycle

1967 Gilera SS106 Sears Allstate Motorcycle

$1,800

Topeka, Kansas

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Gilera / Sears SS106 * Manufactured in Italy 1967 Italian Gilera SS106 Motorcycle sold under the Sears Allstate Brand. 6724 Miles, Runs and Rides. 106cc four stroke motor, not a powerhouse. Four Speed Transmission (1 up, 3 down), Right foot shift. Needs a back brake light switch. A universal unit could be easily fitted. I have been looking for an original. Beautiful Blue Paint on tank. No cracks or tears in seat. Lights work, Brakes work, Petcocks don’t leak, Chain and sprockets in Good Condition. Tires have good tread but they are old and have age cracks. But you aren’t going to be going that fast on this bike. Open Ohio Title It’s not perfect, but it’s a neat bike to putt around on. More pics at link below http://s241.photobucket.com/user/bigtire99/library/SS106 Call or Text 785-249-5395

Other Makes : Gilera 106 Super Sport Vintage 1967 Gilera 106 Super Sport Motorcycle

Other Makes : Gilera 106 Super Sport Vintage 1967 Gilera 106 Super Sport Motorcycle

$985

Columbus, Georgia

Year 1967

Make Other Makes

Model Gilera 106 Super Sport

Category Standard Motorcycles

Engine 106cc

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1967 Sears Gilera 106 Super Sport. Runs Great. Brand New Tires. Brand New Cables. Brand New Points. Brand New Chain. All original. Awesome Patina. Needs gasket on head.

Other Makes Gilera 124 5V  1972  (Sears) Ducati

Other Makes Gilera 124 5V 1972 (Sears) Ducati

$2,750

Hudson, New York

Year 1972

Make Other Makes

Model -

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Engine 124

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124 cc, 5 speed transmission. Manufactured by Gilera of Arcore Italy and sold by Sears. When I purchased the bike it did not have the Sears tank badges, frame tag or painted logo on the back of the seat. It may have been one of the last Gileras sold by Sears and was made out of remaining parts from the Sears bins at the Gilera factory. The bike was parked in the previous owner's garage with 7 miles on the odometer after suffering an electrical meltdown in the headlight shell. Engine rebuilt with all new bearings and seals. New cylinder and piston (the last ones on the shelf) from DomiRacer. Other parts from DomiRacer as required. Crank rebuilt and balanced by Mr. Crankshaft. Second engine acquired for needed parts. Unused parts included with sale. Engine stand included. All new wiring. Wheels powdered coated by Brit Tech with new nipples and restored spokes. New tubes and tires. New chain, original sprocket as new. Original brakes as new. All painting done by Steve D' Angelo. All aluminum parts polished. Shop manual, parts book and owner's manual included. Photo record of rebuild and all receipts included. Moto Giro eligible. Sold on transferable New York State registration as NYS did not issue titles on bikes built before 1973. I can store bike at no charge until spring if needed. Can help with loading. I will deliver the bike to you (after payment) within 100 miles of Hudson NY at no charge. Bike for sale locally so I reserve the right to end the auction early. No Warranty. Final payment to be made before I release the bike. Jeff Rigby

Other Makes : 106 Super Sport Vintage 1967 Gilera 106 Super Sport Motorcycle

Other Makes : 106 Super Sport Vintage 1967 Gilera 106 Super Sport Motorcycle

$1,150

Columbus, Georgia

Year 1967

Make Other Makes

Model Gilera 106 Super Sport

Category Standard Motorcycles

Engine 106cc

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1967 Sears Gilera 106 Super Sport. Runs Great. Brand New Tires. Brand New Cables. Brand New Points. Brand New Chain. All original. Awesome Patina. Needs gasket on head.

Ducati : Other 1967 gilera b 300 twin rare matching numbers good quality complete barn find

Ducati : Other 1967 gilera b 300 twin rare matching numbers good quality complete barn find

$5,900

Santa Monica, California

Year 1967

Make Ducati

Model -

Category Standard Motorcycles

Engine 300

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In Barn-Find original condition! 1967 Gilera B300 Twin Engine #: 31*6061 Frame #: 31*6061 As 1952 rolled into 1953, Italy was the land of mainly single-cylinder motorcycles. A few four-cylinder machines were about, but strictly for the racetrack. Dozens of companies made scooters and little motorbikes, like the Ducati 65 and MV Agusta 98, and there were even a couple of big 500 singles, notably the Moto Guzzi Falcone and Gilera Saturno. Several small twins were on the market, such as the Rumi two-stroke Sport 125 and the Drusiani four-stroke Comet 175, but in the main, singles were in favor. They were cheaper to make and sell, for starters; Italians needed basic transportation in the 1950s, not performance. Also, the government granted a large tax break to purchasers of small-displacement (175cc and under) machines, so there was little impetus to build larger ones. However, this grated on all those Italian engineers whose motorcycles were winning races all over Europe. In 1952 Italian machines had won the 125, 250 and 500 world road-racing championships, Gilera taking the 500cc title with its DOHC in-line four. With a 500cc championship on display, Gilera decided to build a sportier utility bike. In the fall of ’52 Gilera presented its prototype of the B300, a cheerfully competent parallel twin—B for bi-cilindro, or two cylinders. Since the parallel cylinders were inclined forward 10 degrees, it could not be accused of copying the British vertical twins. The B300 used a unit-construction engine, enclosing the four-speed transmission, a much more modern notion than having a remote gearbox. A duplex primary chain ran the power from the crankshaft to the multiplate clutch, which was bathed in oil. Bore and stroke for each cylinder was 60 x 54mm, for a total of 305.3cc. A single camshaft at the front of the engine operated the four valves, with the tried-and-true nut and screw adjusters for setting tappet clearances. The pistons rose and fell side by side in the traditional 360-degree firing fashion of parallel twins. A single 20mm Dell’Orto carburetor took the gas from the four-gallon tank, mixed it with the appro­priate amount of air and fed the fuel into the cylinders, where it was compressed at a rate of 6 to 1—Italian gasoline in those post-war years was of the low-octane variety. The spent fumes passed through a pair of shiny header pipes to the rather elegant chromed mufflers. The result of all this was a claimed horsepower of 12.5 at 5,800 rpm. This was a workaday engine, intended for reliability rather than performance, and was mated to a modern chassis using what the Italians called a duplex “open” frame. Two steel tubes came down from the steering head to the front of the engine, with the two mid-frame tubes securing the rear. As we say today, the motor was a stressed member. The rear suspension used a swingarm with Sturcher shock absorbers; the front was a Gilera-made telescoping fork. Wheels were both 18-inchers, with a 3.00 tire on the front, 3.25 at the back, both having 6-inch single-leading-shoe full-drum brakes. Dry weight was a modest 303 pounds. The kickstarter was on the right side, as was the gear-shift lever. The middling-twin prototype was received so enthusiastically that Gilera apparently accelerated the production schedule—the first ones to be sold being listed as 1954 models. Styling was very Italian, with a smoothly sculpted gas tank; a sprung solo saddle added to rider comfort, and an optional passenger pad could be affixed to the luggage rack on the rear fender. However, in the spirit of togetherness a dual seat was soon available. Minor changes were made in the B300 for the 1964 model year. Nothing radical, just a little more compression, a bumpier camshaft and now 15.5 horsepower at 6,500 rpm. The B300 remained in production until 1969. The bike offered here is a good, solid numbers-matching example of this rare piece of Italian style. The odometer reads 13,373 kms or 8,291 miles and I have little doubt from the overall condition of the bike that it is the original mileage. I have not attempted to start it, though it has good compression. The gearbox shifts through the gears, brakes seem to work, rear suspension feels good, but the front will need a rebuild. The paint on the tank looks original, as does the finish on the frame and fenders. Wheels and all cycle parts seem to be original. I don't think this bike has ever been apart. The rear indicators accompany the bike. Generally, it is in good, original condition, but it will need a fair amount of re-commissioning to be a reliable rider. Sold on a Bill of Sale.

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Other Makes : 106SS Sears Gilera 106SS, red tank, black frame

Other Makes : 106SS Sears Gilera 106SS, red tank, black frame

$900

Ossining, New York

Year 1965

Make Other Makes

Model 106SS

Category -

Engine 106

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Hi i have a 1965 sears Gilera 106ss for parts or restore this is a complete bike no papers i do have access to P.O serious buyers only thanks.

Benelli : Leoncino 1956 benelli leoncino vintage ducati guzzi morini aermacchi gilera mv agusta

Benelli : Leoncino 1956 benelli leoncino vintage ducati guzzi morini aermacchi gilera mv agusta

$4,950

Upland, California

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1956 Benelli Leoncino. The Leoncino was one of Benelli's sport models, utilizing a 125cc two stroke motor and 4-speed transmission. I purchased several years ago from the person that restored the bike. It has been in my garaged covered ever since. I have not started it since. Took her for a ride and then parked it. So it has not been started in 2 years. This bike is an older, accurate restoration and has been kept in private collections through the years. The original 19 inch Borranni rims are in place, as is the Silentium tri-star muffler. Everything on this bike is correct, including the seat, handlebars, grips, levers, foot peg rubbers, right down to the original Pirelli tires that are still soft and not dry rotted. The original chrome plated fasteners are still in place. The single stage paint with hand striping is in excellent shape and glossy bright, as are all the chrome pieces with no pitting. The aluminum bits (fork legs, engine covers, chain guard, rims, hubs, and backing plates) have been properly polished. The little lion (Leoncino) proudly stands guard atop the front fender. There is no corrosion on the spokes and fasteners. It has a bright blue spark and good compression. If you're looking for a classic Italian tiddler, it doesn't get any better than this.

Other Makes : Mondial 175 1954 mondial 175 turismo vintage ducati guzzi morini aermacchi gilera

Other Makes : Mondial 175 1954 mondial 175 turismo vintage ducati guzzi morini aermacchi gilera

$12,000

Upland, California

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This is a fully restored beautiful bike. Always garaged and runs great. 1954 Mondial 175 Turismo , Few marques have achieved so fine a competition record in so short a time as Mondial, the Italian company's period at the very top of Grand Prix racing encompassing the years 1949-51, plus a gloriously successful comeback in 1957. F B Mondial was founded in the aftermath of WW2 by the Boselli family, whose first venture into powered transport had been with the F B (Fratelli Boselli) three-wheeled delivery van in the 1930s. The name 'Mondial' first appeared on a motorcycle in 1948, when the Boselli brothers introduced a revolutionary double-overhead-camshaft 125cc racer. Mondial's miniature masterpiece duly brought the Bologna manufacturer its first World Championship the following year and proved equally dominant in 1950 and '51. After a relatively lean spell, Mondial returned to Grand Prix glory in 1957, taking both the 125cc and 250cc World Championships. Not surprisingly, Mondial's passion for racing rubbed off on its road range, which was exquisitely engineered and beautifully constructed in a manner unmistakably Italian. $12,000.00 909-931-9686 This motorcycle has been fully restored and is in beautiful show room condition.

MV Agusta : CST125 1957 mv agusta turismo cst 125 vintage ducati guzzi morini aermacchi gilera

MV Agusta : CST125 1957 mv agusta turismo cst 125 vintage ducati guzzi morini aermacchi gilera

$12,000

Upland, California

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This is a fully restored beautiful bike. Always garaged and runs great. 1957 Mv Agusta CST125 , 1953 saw the introduction of a new 175 cc overhead cam model. MV Agusta produced the 175 CST and CSTL (Turismo Lusso) for street use and soon developed a sportier 175 cc version with larger carburetor, a larger cylinder head with bigger fins, aluminum wheel rims and plenty of glossy red paint. The first year version (1954) of the 175 Sport featured a beautifully sculpted fuel tank that quickly earned it the unofficial nickname "Disco Volante" ("flying saucer") as, viewed from the front, the tank shape was reminiscent of a flying saucer. Soon after, MV began offering a very limited-availability racing version 175 cc "Super Sport" for MSDS racing (production club racing) equipped with unusual Earles-design front forks. In 1955, it was superseded by a new and improved Super Sport model with radical new styling and a 5-speed gearbox. Its design earned it the nickname "Squalo" (Shark). This 175 cc racing machine was very popular in Britain in the mid 1950s, where tuners learned to bore it out to over 200 cc capacity. Racers including Micheal ORourke, Derek Minter, and Bob Keeler raced the 175 and 125 Sport Competizione around Europe with a great deal of success. The marketing strategy of "race it on Sunday, sell it on Monday" was adhered to, and it worked. MV street motorcycles enjoyed immense popularity throughout Europe. In 1958 American rider Dave Schuler, riding a borrowed and barely modified MV 175 Sport street bike, won the 175 class at the famed Catalina Island GP off-road race, in California. $12,000.00 909-931-9686 this motorcycle has been fully restored and is a beautiful show piece and rider.

Other Makes : Adler M250 1953 adler m 250 turismo vintage ducati guzzi morini aermacchi gilera

Other Makes : Adler M250 1953 adler m 250 turismo vintage ducati guzzi morini aermacchi gilera

$12,000

Upland, California

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This is a fully restored beautiful bike. Always garaged and runs great. 1953 Adler M250 Restored by a former Adler employee. Everything done, paint, engine, from top to bottom, nuts and bolts. Exactly like I bought it. It is an incredible piece of art, and it really wows people. Im sure you know them, but you can see people riding them on you-tube. Unlike other bikes of that era, it seems these are pretty quick and free-revving. Nothing to disclose except the front fender had a slight lean to one side when you look at the front. I tried to adjust it, but in doing so a small fleck of paint came off the lower mount brace. I have touch up paint. Then I was up at Pebble Beach for the Concours D Elegance and a bike just like mine was on the lawn, no doubt restored by the same person. And the front fender has the same little tilt. It has an Alabama registration, which I only have a copy of. I'm tracking down the rest of my paperwork. Serial number 202875 1953 Adler M250. One of the most stylish motorcycles to come out of Germany in the 1950's. Robust 250cc , 2 Cylinder, two stroke. This Adler was accurately restored by a former employee of Adler Werks Germany. In 2012 this Adler was judged 98 points at the Pebble Beach Concours d' Elegance and it was the only motorcycle to complete the 2012 Pebble Beach Tour de Elegance. Pebble Beach ribbon included with sale. This is a collectable motorcycle, with certified history that is as fun to ride as it is to look at. $12,000.00 909-931-9686 This motorcycle has been fully restored and is in beautiful show room condition.

2012 Piaggio FLY 150

2012 Piaggio FLY 150

$1,950

Austin, Texas

Year 2012

Make Piaggio

Model FLY 150

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PIAGGIO FLY 150Low miles!!! Only 550 miles!The Fly 150 was introduced in 2005 by Piaggio – makers of the Vespa, Aprilia, Derbi and Gilera brands. The fly 150 is classified as a freeway-legal scooter. Hopping on board the Fly, you wouldn’t know you’re on a budget-priced scoot. The dash will be familiar to you if you’ve ridden a four-stroke Vespa – the usual idiot lights, a fuel gauge, the battery-powered digital clock and conspicuously absent resettable tripmeter.Technologically advanced, the Fly 150 inherits Piaggio’s tradition of combining safety, reliability, and practicality with an eye-catching elegantly crafted design. The 2012 Piaggio Fly 150 sits on 12 inch wheels wrapped in tubeless tires which provide stability and good maneuverability even in congested traffic situations.The 12" alloy wheels and large tubeless tires also contribute to greater stability and agility in traffic, and the low seat is perfect for riders of all heights.At the heart of the Piaggio Fly 150 lies a compact 124 cc single cylinder, four stroke engine which delivers a pretty good fuel efficiently and has enough grunt to help you deal effortless with city traffic.The Fly is lightweight and agile, easy to use, simple to park, and offers excellent power-to-weight ratio for superior performance in city!An environmentally-friendly single cylinder, four-stroke Piaggio engine saves on gas!!The scooter’s 150cc air-cooled, four-stroke, carbureted engine has no probli negotiating the hills on campus roads!

1941 Harley-Davidson EL Knucklehead Military  1941 Harley Davidson EL Military Knucklehead

1941 Harley-Davidson EL Knucklehead Military 1941 Harley Davidson EL Military Knucklehead

$105,000

Ojai, California

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Engine 1000

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1941 Harley Davidson EL Knucklehead Military This is an exceptionally nice and very rare 61ci numbers matching Knucklehead with all original parts with the exception of the horn and stop light switch. All other components are stock and original. Included in the sale is a WWll attache case, a walkee-talkee, T-handled shovel with cover and WWll hatchet. These items are all date coded and original. This bike was found in Keene, NH, just outside Portsmouth Navel Ship Yard and Pease Air Force Base and was restored twenty-five years ago. Museum worthy. Ready for show or go. NOTE! We make every effort to represent this vehicle as honestly as possible. We encourage a personal inspection prior to bidding. This motorcycle is being offered up as a collectors item with all flaws and issues that come with being a used item. If you would like to discuss this vehicle or make a direct offer, please feel free to contact me direct at 805 798-1802. This motorcycle and many others can be viewed on our website at www.batorinternational.com Check out the walk around video of this motorcycle: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FBDDAxRbobQ NOTE! This motorcycle is selling with a clear title! This motorcycle is selling in "as is, where is" condition with no guarantees or warranties expressed or applied. All sales are final and we reserve the right to end the listing early as it is being advertised elsewhere. Shipping: We sell world wide and we can assist with export if requested. Delivery to the Los Angeles area can be arranged for an extra $250.00 over the sale price of the motorcycle. We can also assist with domestic transport arrangements as well. Payment: Payment in full is expected within seven days from the close of the auction. Payment can be made via bank wire transfer, direct bank deposit, company or personal check or other agreed upon forms of payment. We will also accept PayPal with NO fees applied to our account for the transfer! This motorcycle will not be released until all funds have cleared our account. Harley Davidson, Ducati, Triumph, Norton, BSA, AJS, Bimota, Yamaha, Kawasaki, Suzuki, Honda, BMW, Cushman, Cotton, Can Am, Gilera, Indian, Jawa, LaVerda, Maico, Matchless, Montessa, Bultaco, Mondial, Moto Paton, Moto Morini, Motom, NSU, Ossa, OEC, Penton, Parilla, Panther, Rickman, Triton, Ural, Victor, Victory, Velocette, Vincent, Bobber, Retro, Trackmaster, Champion, C&J, Race Parts, Race Frames, Street tracker, Ceriani, Dirt Track, Custom, Classic, Rare, Vintage, Antique, Competition, NOS, OEM,