Motorcycles

Dream Bike: 1966 Honda CA77 305 Dream

As kids, we all had that one friend who always had nicer things than we did. They had nicer clothes, a nicer house, a nicer bicycle, and even more painful, a nicer motorcycle. This 1966 Honda CA77 305 Dream… more»

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Knucklehead Survivor: 1938 Harley-Davidson EL

Despite Harley Davidson’s ongoing financial troubles, its original bikes are still pulling big numbers on eBay. This is despite the fact that it seems bikes like this vintage EL Knucklehead keep popping out of the woodwork, needing a proper… more»

Former Police Bike? 1938 Harley-Davidson UH

If originality is your thing, this 1938 Harley-Davidson UH may be the motorcycle for you. The seller indicates that this example, stored since 1977, is 99% OEM. It really resembles a prop from an old movie with its perfectly… more»

All-Original 5K Mile 1972 Honda CB350

There are certain vehicles that are just the right size, not too small, not too big. Ones that aren’t too slow, and aren’t too fast. They aren’t too… well, you get the point. This 1972 Honda CB350 is one… more»

1963 Harley-Davidson Duo-Glide FL Survivor!

This Harley has a lot going for it! Not only is it one of the more desirable models, but this example is an all-original survivor with documentation back to the original owner. And between ’62-63, a strike at the… more»

Early Sandcast Model: 1969 Honda CB750

The Honda CB750 is perhaps the most significant Japanese motorcycle ever made, and certainly among the top ten of important motorcycles, period. Combining performance, reliability, and comfort like not previously seen, the CB750 is a cherished collectible among motorcycle… more»

Production Racer: 1977 Honda MT125R

The list of motorcycle racing greats who started their careers on small-capacity machines is pretty extensive, as those machines have allowed some of the legends to hone their racing skills to a high level. This 1977 Honda MT125R is… more»

Small Bike Big Influence: 1965 Honda C100

There have been many important vehicles over the decades, but not many are so highly praised by so many different sources. This is one of the most important vehicles, not to mention the highest-production motor vehicle of all time…. more»

Really Rare Rokon! 1976 Rokon RT340 II

A lot of us get in trouble when we see a vehicle listed online and we can’t live without it, and then we act on that impulse. It’s the same way with a few of the Barn Finds writers…. more»

Triple Matching R-Series: 1967 BMW R50/2

BMW’s R50 motorcycle is a timeless design, seemingly trapped between eras as a wartime machine and one of the predominant grand touring bikes of the 1950s. Its long production span certainly contributed to that, stretching from 1955 to 1969…. more»

A Helicopter, Harley Servi-Cars And More!

Estate sales can be a very fine way to spend an afternoon, especially if the estate owner was a gearhead. Sometimes, the sale itself can be fairly boring, consisting mostly of old appliances and furnishings. But when a listing… more»

Cruise In Comfort: 1978 Harley-Davidson FLHC-1200

Summer is just around the corner, and with the warmer weather comes endless opportunities for getting out and enjoying the best that nature has to offer. A classic convertible is one option to consider, but why not consider a… more»

One Owner Widow Maker: 1974 Kawasaki H2 Mach IV

When it comes to performance cars and bikes, anything nicknamed “Widow Maker” should get your attention. Two vehicles that immediately come to mind: the turobocharged Porsche 930, and the Kawasaki H2 750 Mark IV. These bikes were part of… more»

White Lightning: 1981 Honda NCZ-50 Motocompo

We’ve seen quite a few of these tiny folding mini-motorcycles over the last few years and with it finally being springtime – at least for those of us in the upper-Midwest and Northeast where we seem to have more… more»

“Essential Use” 1944 Indian Chief

During World War II, most U.S. manufacturing was geared toward the war effort and production for civilians was very limited. Some items were able to be siphoned off if they were considered “essential use.” Basically, if a law enforcement… more»

Brand New 1977 Triumph Bonneville 750!

This really nice looking 1977 Triumph Bonneville hasn’t been restored. In fact, it is brand new and is a Silver Jubilee edition 750 with only two miles on the odometer (which the seller describes as “push miles”). It spent… more»