If you’re in the market for small early 1970s two-stroke, here’s a 1970 Kawasaki Samurai for sale in Mentor, Minnesota.
The Samurai wasn’t a very popular bike. There were faster bikes with better steering built when Kawasaki sold these things. But there’s still a market for these little 2-strokes, I’m just not sure about $1,400. I’d want to chop this up, so I wouldn’t go more than $1,000 for it.
If you’re looking for a really nice donor bike for your next cafe racer, check out this 1975 Honda CB360 for sale in Minneapolis, Minnesota for $750.
I’d probably offer $500, since it hasn’t run in decades, but it looks all there.
Here’s a Honda CB650 for sale in St. Cloud, Minnesota.
This bike has been cafed and looks pretty cool. I don’t know about $2,500, but it’s worth at least $2,000, if it’s as nice as it looks in photo.
I had one of these Honda SL125s when I was a kid. It was my first motorcycle. At 14, I rode the shit out of that thing. I, or my parents, paid $250 for it.
This one, the seller is asking $1,400. I saw one, in better shape, sell for $2,800. That’s crazy to me, but apparently these little bikes are super collectible. My parents shouldn’t have given mine away without talking to me first, oh well.