Bimota KB2 Laser TT for sale.
FIN: KB200032. First Registration 06/1984.
Works bike, build directly in the Bimota factory in Italy. It was sold via the german distributor to a german customer. It was lacated in Germany all the time until now.
Only 62 were made from the Laser TT, just 34 had been build from Bimota completely, this is one of them. The rest had been sold as kit's for self assembly.
From 2018-2019 this bike had been completely restaurated from a Bimota expert. Also the 550 cc engine got a complete rebuild.
The bike is now like new, is registrated here in Germany and has done just 80 km after it's restauration. Located now in our Classic Superbikes Museum Braunschweig. The best bike from this model range that is available.
Telephone Hotline after 3.00 pm and at the weekend: +49 the details below
We are est. 1989 and located in Germany. Classic-Superbikes.com is a department of Team Metisse GmbH. Our websites are - details above (here you'll find more detail pictures in full HD and all our classic bikes) and - details above
Shipping is possible in Europe with Chas Mortimer Ltd. - details above or worldwide with Shippio - details above from England. Usual 350,- to 400,- GBP from us to England.
The prices shown in the advert are calculated on the day when this advert was made. Payment has to be made in EURO 18990 by bank transfer to our account or cash when bike will be picked up here. We do not accept payments by Western Union, Paypal, Amazon Pay, etc.
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