Posts Tagged ‘motorcycle’

1964 Allstate Sport 60 3 speed moped…this is as cool as it gets!  Hopefully, it will go to a great home because the previous owner babied it and we promised him that we would take care of it. This highly collectible machine was manufactured by Puch for Sears Roebuck and Co. and re-branded under their Allstate line of products as a Allstate Sport Moped. It is technically and legally a motorcycle but Sears marketed it as a moped so that is what we are going to refer to it as.  I guess that means that you will need a motorcycle license to operate this beautiful moped, huh?

This 60cc classic Puch with it’s traditional 3 speed transmission and clutch, fan cooled engine and light-weight chassis will propel you down the road at speeds up to 55 mph. Everything on it is original right down to the leather tank straps and Claxon manual horn. It currently runs perfect so you could ride it just as it is or do a full-out restoration on it at minimal cost because it is 100% complete. The bike was repainted by the previous owner and he did a great job but it is not a professional restoration.  Picture yourself on this bike…you look good! $1295.00 and we’ll deliver it to your garage if you are somewhere in the Mpls/St Paul/St Cloud area!

Minnesota title, new plates and 2014 tabs.  Just get on and ride!

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We also have copies of the service and parts manuals available to download free in our manual section. 

Very rare and hard to find little 2 stroke racer from 1971. It’s a gorgeous and all original Bridgestone GP100 that we picked up last summer as a non-runner. After 9 long months and many countless hours of staring at it , it is still a non-runner. It wants to be driven very badly but we just never seem to get the time to start on it.  From what we can tell, the bike is 99% complete. The engine and transmission are both very solid and we don’t believe that there are any issues with them. It will need a clutch actuator piece, carb choke and a few cables to get it back on the road. A nice Spring day spent down at Sportwheels in Jordan, MN should allow you to round-up any missing pieces.

This little rocket ship would make a great low-cost restoration project for someone.  A GP100 fully and properly restored should have a value in the end of around $2700.00-$3200.00…so do the math! It could be a great investment on top of everything else. The original factory specs on this bike claimed a top speed of 70 mph! A little port work and a custom expansion chamber exhaust will having you holding on for dear life!

Bridgestone motorcycles were short-lived but were not short on technology at the time. The Japanese 2 stroke engines were very well made and out-performed everything comparable in its class! Do some research and come out and inspect this bike. We can stare at it together for a while before you load it up!

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Sorry but this bike is sold with a Bill of Sale only. You will have to do your due diligence and work with the DMV regarding acquiring a new title.

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