Ha! the GSXR50 was sold here just called the R 50 or R. Was a common variant of the most common 50cc bike here. It had gp-shifting - well the shifter points backwards... Not a real sporty bike - a kids bike with race styling.
Stock looking (80cc kit and studden tires!) for sale here for 500euros Suzuki R nyt 500 € nopein vie. 50 cm³ 1987 - Leppävirta - Mopo - Nettimoto
pretty neat! especially considering it's essentially a one-owner and has a story.
12-18-2013, 08:42 PM
2hrs to go.
Guy inherited it from his deceased father and has only ridden it to 25mph up to 3rd gear. He has not even hit the fun spot on an H1, wonder if he knows what he's missing. This is identical to the one I had.
A touring fairing is the last thing that needs to be on a bike like this. Kawasaki Other | eBay
I know where to list my bike when I'm ready to sell it. This place is crazy with their prices. That XR750 is just an XR750 with no race history with any known rider. Nowhere near worth $75K , not even close to half that. He must not want to sell it.
They say the XR1000 cost over $100K to build, BULL SHIT. I don't see how you could spend that. $20K on a frame, $25K motor, $10K for the Ceriani's, $10k each for wheels and brakes and you still have $15k to sort the rest if you were dumb enough to spend that kind of money. That ad needs to go in the "Making Fun of CraigsList."
12-21-2013, 08:41 AM
The prices are ridiculous on some of those James List bikes but they're cool bikes nonetheless and everything is negotiable. Also keep in mind James List is international and so prices must take into account the culture of haggling and the understanding that currencies have different values across the globe and certain sellers might be trying to reach non-US customers.