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1974 BMW R90S If you know BMWs, you will recognize this bike as one of the most important motorcycles that has ever come out of Germany. The R90S represents the perfect combination of race machine and vintage sport tourer. It was essentially a custom café racer that came straight from the factory and enthusiasts were ecstatic when these bikes hit the streets in 1974. 45 years later the R90S continues to be a significant icon in among all motorcycle fans and it is still a very capable machine ready to send you speedily through a twisty canyon or transport you care-free across the country. This particular machine is very special, because it spent a significant amount of its life at the MC collection in Stockholm Sweden, one of the most revered collective displays of motorcycle history. Use this link  https://mc-collection.com/en/   to learn about the Collection. It is also a first-year production model which increases its collectible value and has the factory toolkit in addition to a vintage Swedish Medical Kit. The bike is stunning with no flaws in the body and the iconic black smoke paint scheme. The tiniest ding on the right rear muffler makes the bike human. With only 49k Kilometers (~31k miles) this machine is basically just broken in considering it’s a bulletproof airhead. If you are a beemer collector and don’t have this model this is simply THE ONE to buy.  Features: A first-year example of BMW's first factory café racer Paint and bodywork are in stunning condition Purchased from the MC Collection of Stockholm European Gauges Factory Toolkit, Air Pump, and Swedish First aid kit under seat 900cc engine Dell'Orto carburetors Ready to ride or display!

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1974 Bultaco Alpina 250 In 1971 Bultaco set out to build a do-it-all offroad bike for trials enthusiasts and enduro fanatics alike. The result was the capable, lightweight, nimble and reliable Alpina 250. This bike is an absolute joy to rdie and provides an all-around great experince as it looks great, starts easily, rides very well, and has that distinctly captivating vintage 2 stroke sound and smell. This bike is set up for trials is no trailer queen, or show winner, it is an impressive, capable Bultaco that is meant to be ridden. Original Fiberglass fuel tank/sidepanels with original tank badges Fuel tank has been coated with Caswell to stand up to modern fuels Original Amal 627 carburetor Recently replaced In Motion trials fenders front and rear Recently replaced seat cover Wassel competition handlebars Trials tires with plenty of tread Shifts of the right, rear brake on the left Rubber connecting boot for intake and exhaust have some cracking - They are available on ebay for $29.00 CA Title is processing with dealer, and is guaranteed within 30 days of Purchase  For CA buyers, selling price is subject to CA Sales Tax and $65 re-titling fee. As a registered dealer, I can transact the title for CA buyers which means you won't have to go to DMV and you will get the title in the mail Feel free to call (925) 420-4680 or message me (bill@wheelhousegarage.co) with questions, I'd love to chat with you about this fantastic motorcycle!***Special Shipping offer!! I will arrange shipping at buyers expense anywhere in the US for $650 with the most reputable motorcycle shipper in America! (Seller has full right to discuss and retract shipping offer if necessary)*** Listed by Wheelhouse Garage  CA DLR# 97404 Pleasanton, CA

$2,200

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Pleasanton, CA
1969 Triumph Trident T150   Here’s your shot at a stunning Triumph Trident in the best condition anyone could ask for… original, unrestored! The Trident marks a significant piece of Triumph history as they set out to revolutionize the industry with a 3 cylinder “superbike”. 1969 was the first model year that the Trident was available in the US. Although the bike was somewhat overshadowed by the release of the CB750 the same year, one can easily see that the Trident definitely has more soul and it is quite a fast production motorcycle for 1969 with almost 60hp of entertaining power. This bike is perfect for the Triumph collector or enthusiast that wants an unmolested original bike that’s nice enough to put on display, but not “concourse” enough that you couldn’t take it out every weekend for a 100 mile ride through a beautiful twisty canyon.  Original unrestored in stunning condition Only 8,500 original miles Starts, runs, shifts, and rides beautifully Frame #: PC01047T150T Engine #: PC01047T150T Aluminum cases and side covers are in beautiful condition Iconic “Ray Gun” exhaust in amazing shape with very minor road marks Triple well-tuned Amal concentric carbs Original Key Fob! Upgraded electronic ignition Kick Start only Small dent on front fender between forks (see image) Few fender scratches with paint-pen cover ups (see image) Tires are vintage and cracked. If you are going to ride this motorcycle, you will need to put your new tires of choice on it. Clean CA title Feel free to call or email me at any time to discuss this amazing motorcycle. I am a very reasonable guy who carefully considers reasonable offers, so please don't be affraid to reach out.Bill WheelerWheelhouse Garage CA DLR 97404bill@wheelhousegarage.co(925) 420-4680

$8,500

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Pleasanton, CA
1951 Moto Guzzi FalconeThe reputation of the Moto Guzzi Falcone Sport precedes itself. It’s iconic styling, dashing ingenuity and unforgettable engine design make it a crowd favorite. The bike draws from the past taking cues from Guzzi’s early 20’s engines while simultaneously looking to the future with ground-breaking suspension design. From the exposed flywheel nicknamed the “bologna slicer” to the friction dampers in the rear, clubman bars with integrated controls and inverted forks, the Falcone certainly holds your attention and keeps you gazing. This is a second year example of one of the finest motorcycles that has ever come out of Italy. The paint and chrome is beautifully preserved, the aluminum cases are in fantastic condition and the bike is simply stunning from front to rear. This particular motorcycle is very special because has spent a significant amount of its life at the MC collection in Stockholm Sweden, one of the most revered collective displays of motorcycle history. Use this link  https://mc-collection.com/en/   to learn about the Collection.  It’s easy to see why this bike was an integral piece of the evolution of motorcycles. The Falcone’s condition warrants an assessment of either original condition or vintage restoration.  Features: Second year model of the coveted Falcone Sport Purchased from the MC Collection of Stockholm Sweden Flat-single 500cc engine Exposed flywheel Revolutionary Inverted front suspension Superb aluminum castings and finishes Original Clubman S model handlebars with integrated controls Clear title
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Stock Number: 002
1922 Douglas B22 4HPIf you are a collector of rare antique motorcycles and are looking for the pinnacle of antique British machines, you have arrived! The 1922 Douglas B 22 4HP twin cylinder motorcycle is an essential piece of prewar motorcycle history and you simply cannot find another one in this kind of condition. It is so rare, unique and well-restored that it even won 1st place in the Antique Class at this year’s 2019 Quail Motorcycle Gathering!This amazing machine has been restored to near perfection and has even undergone period correct upgrades such as a small drum front brake which dramatically increased stopping power over the bicycle brake that was originally outfitted by the factory. The cast aluminum engine, ground-breaking oil sump, intake manifold and exhaust area all in incredible condition. Every corner of this bike has impressive mechanical aspects to enjoy. It also displays an acetylene light system with brass headlamp, exposed valves, oil flow sight glass, impressively simple carburetor and iconic flat tank. The elegant exposed flywheel, belt drive to the wheel and chain drive between the transmission and motor are great conversation starters. The hand shifter is also warrants admiration with its wood handle, and interesting linkage which passes through the center of the fuel tank.One of the best part about this motorcycle is although it is nearly 100 years old, it still runs great! There is video attached here of it starting and idling. Do not miss this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to own such a pristine piece of motorcycle history. Please give me a call to discuss the acquisition of this motorcycle further. It would be my pleasure to talk with you about such a significant work of art.As a bonus, this fine motorcycle also comes with fascinating documents adding to the story of this century old masterpiece.Features: Quail Winning antique and rare motorcycle that runs! Stunning paint and body work Beautiful brass features and metal plating Iconic early British Flat Tank Acetylene head lamp and Tail Lamp Belt-drive to rear Wheel, Chain driver from Engine Engine sits on top of the large aluminum oil sump Detachable heads Exposed Valves Tank mounted Hand Shifter
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Stock Number: 001
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