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.
This site doesn’t make money. I’m not doing this because I think I’m going to get rich. I like motorcycles. I have a background in journalism and I enjoy writing. I put all of that together and this website popped out.
Having said that, I would like to cover my costs and so I sell t-shirts, enhanced builder pages, and I come to you with hat in hand asking for a couple of bucks.
If you can’t afford even a dollar, don’t sweat it.