Check out these awesome 1978 Yamaha DT100 for sale in Tamworth, New Hampshire. The seller is asking $3,200, if they’re as nice as they look, that’s not wildly off-base.
The Yamaha RD400 is a noisy, unreliable hunk of awesomeness. I want one. And I really want one from MotoHangar in Vienna, Virginia. If only I had an extra $9,000 piled up in the corner collecting dust, I’d put in my order today. If I did have the cash, I think it would be totally …
Here’s a 1973 Yamaha RD350 in New York. It looks pretty nice for $2,900.
I found this 1972 Yamaha RD200 on Craigslist. It looks like it has potential, but the seller wants too much for it. The bike is all there and it sounds like it’s mechanically in good shape, but there are issues. The biggest problem is that someone painted the wheels white and basically ruined them. I …
I can’t see spending $5,500 on this bike, but it looks really clean. It’s just that in that price range there’s a lot to choose from, I don’t know if this stands out in that crowd. For me, I’d have to do some more modifications to the bike and starting at $5,500 is too much.
I don’t know if it’s worth $2,900, but if you’re looking for a custom cafe racer, here’s 1982 Yamaha Seca 650 located in Glendale, California. According to the ad, it has new tires, new litho battery and shocks.
There’s this for sale, an XS650 cafe racer for sale in Brattleboro. It looks like a Vintage Steele bike. It actually looks like this one, but with a different seat.