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2/27 Craft Close, Toormina NSW Australia 2452

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  • 1974 Ducati 750 Supersport Only 401 examples of the very first Ducati Supersport were ever built in January, 1974. Better known as the ‘Greenframe”, today these are easily the world’s most desired vintage Ducati and sought-after world-wide by collectors and motorcycling enthusiasts alike. The example being offered here is in original unmolested condition and has had only 3 previous owners. The names of all owners are known and are recorded with other documentation. This SS one of only ...

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  • To celebrate the enormous popularity of the Honda Z50 Monkey, from 1997 Honda produced an anniversary model every decade, each containing styling ques harking back to the original 1967 model. For the 40th anniversary, Honda produced a stunning black & tartan theme, and this was the first model to be reintroduced into Australia by Honda Australia. As the years have passed the 40th Anniversary has grown in popularity and demand, surpassing the value of many newer models. This 40th Anniversary ...

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  • The Honda Motocompo if a unique folding scooter produced between 1981 and 1983. Originally designed and introduced as a "Boot Bike" to fit inside Honda’s range of hatch-backs (Civic, City, Today), the Motocompo was marketed in conjunction with the City’s television ads featuring British ska/2-tone band Madness. The Honda City’s luggage, or hatch area, was actually developed around the Compo. Possibly the first Transformer, the Motocompo’s handlebars, seat, and foot-pegs fold into the ...

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  • The Honda Motocompo if a unique folding scooter produced between 1981 and 1983. Originally designed and introduced as a "Boot Bike" to fit inside Honda’s range of hatch-backs (Civic, City, Today), the Motocompo was marketed in conjunction with the City’s television ads featuring British ska/2-tone band Madness. The Honda City’s luggage, or hatch area, was actually developed around the Compo. Possibly the first Transformer, the Motocompo’s handlebars, seat, and foot-pegs fold into the ...

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  • Released to the world at the 1985 Sydney Motorcycle Exhibition, Ducati’s 750 F1 was derived from their incredibly successful 750 TT of the previous year, itself an evolution of th enow famous 600 TT2 which hit the tracks 1981. Thanks largely to Mike Hailwood’s amazing on-track results, the early 80’s gave Ducati fantastic momentum and attention, guaranteeing the similarly coloured F1 Tricolre was a popular model. Producing 94hp at 10,000RPM, the 750F1 was one of the first Ducati’s to ...

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  • The world’s best known and most easily recognised minibike is the Honda Z50 Monkey. Honda's official model designations are typically Z50A, Z50J, Z50M, Z50R, and ZB50, but to the world they are simply the "Monkey" or "Gorilla", and both named after comments relating to how people looked when seen riding Honda’s first model in 1967, the Z50M. Legend has it the Monkey as a model occurred almost by accident, after Honda was commissioned by the Tama Tech amusement Park to create a small production ...

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  • To celebrate the enormous popularity of the Honda Z50 Monkey, from 1997 Honda produced an anniversary model every decade, each containing styling ques harking back to the original 1967 model. In recognition of this incredible production, in 2017 Honda produced a final 50th anniversary special edition in painfully nostalgic colour scheme. Finished in a two-tone red and white with a tartan seat reminiscent of the classic 1967 Z50M, there’s an exclusive, ornate 50th anniversary crest on the fuel ...

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  • 1994 Ducati 916 Varese The 1994 Ducati 916 is often referred to as the “Modern Greenframe”, and rightly so as this model changed forever the direction of Ducati as much as the 1974 750 Super Sport, aka Greenframe. Fate has always played a cruel hand to the tiny Bologna company, and in 1994 nothing much had changed. Saved from extinction by the irrepressible Castiglioni brothers, their first task was to commission the Michelangelo of motorbike design, Massimo Tamburini, to pencil Ducati’s ...

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  • Honda produced CY50 for the German market following the outstanding popularity of it’s the predecessor, the Dax. Less known than the Dax & Monkey, the CY50 was more functional than both with a more powerful engine and fully designed to carry a pillion. Production of the CY50 ran from 1977 to 1983, and today the model has attained cult status in Europe and a must-have for collectors and mini-bike enthusiasts. This particular CY50 has had only 2 previous owners and has never been registered. ...

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  • Although history was unkind to the 860 GT, some of its misfortune was due to unfortunate timing, like coinciding with a global slump in motorcycle sales and being only kick-start, something not favoured by the US when almost everything out of Japan offered an electric leg. As a consequence, the more European-inspired 860 GTS soon replaced it, and next was the GTE with electrical start. Today however, the 860 GT’s time has finally arrived, as modern motorcycles adopt a more hard-edged style ...

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  • 1993 Ducati 888 SP5 1993 was the final year of production for the model range that had virtually saved Ducati from extinction, the revolutionary 851/888. With 1994 planned for the release of the now famous 916, Ducati left nothing in the locker for the SP version of the final 888 SP5. The 888 SP5 was predominately based on the preceding, and now incredibly rare & expensive, 888 SPS, Ducati’s highest-ever spec WSBK racer. As a consequence, every exotic piece of equipment found on the Bologna ...

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  • This beautiful example is an Australian delivered, 1 owner that has travelled 46,222k’s and been part of a small but expensive Ducati collection. The bike has been meticulously maintained with full service records, owner’s hand-books, spare red-key, and a host of other papers & documents relating to the bike’s history. Invoices also displayed show this bike has been a well-loved item. In addition to a no-expense spared maintenance schedule, the owner has also spent over 4k on various high-end ...

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  • History of the now very loved and internationally famous Mini Moke is as interesting and varied as its ownership. Designed in the late 50’s by Sir Alec Issigonis & John Sheppard, the Moke was conceived as a lightweight military vehicle. Codenamed “The Buckboard”, by 1959 BMC had introduced working prototypes to the UK Army. The initial concept was to provide UK troops with a vehicle that could be parachuted into battle, thus giving ground forces the enormous advantage of rapid mobility. Unsurprisingly, ...

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  • Only 500 SP4’s were ever produced, and only 6 were ever sold new in Australia. The official Australian distributor, Fraser’s Motorcycles, imported the 6 SP4’s in two batches; the first consignment of 2 bikes arrived March 1992, while the last 4 arrived two months later in April. This particular SP4, build number 210, was one of the second consignment and sold by Melbourne Ducati dealer, Moto Italiano. Purchased new by its current owner, the original invoice, first registration, and all service ...

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  • 1988 Suzuki GSXR 1100 J When released in 1986, the leading US bike mag (Motorcyclist) described the GSXR 1100 as "The quickest, baddest production big-bore sports bike you can buy." It scorched down the standing quarter in 10.65sec with a 209km/h (130mph) (209km/h) terminal speed, and tripped the top speed radar at 258km/h. Given the era, it was an amazingly light at only 197kg (dry). Of all GSXR 1100 production, enthusiasts rate the 1996 to 1988 production as the most favoured, and of those ...

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  • 1988 Ducati F1750 Tricolore Owing to the popularity of Ducati in Australia, the F1 750 Tricolore made its global debut at the 1985 Sydney Motorcycle Exhibition. The F1 was a road going derivative of Ducati hugely successful 750 TT1 racer, which replaced the 600 TT2 from ’81. With the momentum and attention the Italian manufacturer garnered with the success of Mike Hailwood, the F1 was an immensely popular model world-wide, so much so that the factory produced the smaller F3 350 and 400 models ...

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  • This beautiful 350 Scrambler was restored in 2005 and has amassed only just over 5,000 k’s in the past 12 years. Although used for historic outings and Ducati functions, the bike has predominately remained on display since being restored. Presently located with our Italian agent, the advertised price includes shipping and arrival charges to Australia. For further information, more or better resolution photos, shipping, price or provenance inquiry, please feel welcome to contact RaiderMoto.com ...

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  • In the world of collectible motorcycles, no manufacturer can equal the broad-based desire of Ducati. If a list was compiled of every bike in every collection around the globe, it would come as no surprise to see Ducati as the most dominate marque, and there is no model more sought-after than the 1974 750 Supersport, better known as the Greenframe. Whilst there are many other bikes that are far rarer, and command much higher values, the Greenframe has become the ultimate trophy – no collection ...

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  • After the iconic Ducati 750 Supersport (aka Greenframe) the next most sought-after round-case is the 1974 Sport, then the 750 GT. While today a Supersport commands up to 300kAUD, Sports are nearing 100k AUD, which makes the GT’s exceptional value given they are basically the same bike (Sport). Today (2017), the highest recorded sale of a 750 GT is circa 48kAUD, which suggests the GT has some catching up to do. This particular 750 GT is truly spectacular, having undergone a complete restoration ...

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  • In the world of collectible motorcycles, no manufacturer can equal the broad-based desire of Ducati. If a list was compiled of every bike in every collection around the globe, it would come as no surprise to see Ducati as the most dominate marque, and there is no model more sought-after than the 1974 750 Supersport, better known as the Greenframe. Whilst there are many other bikes that are far rarer, and command much higher values, the Greenframe has become the ultimate trophy – no collection ...

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  • 1977 Kawasaki KZ1000 Spectacularly original 1977 build Kawasaki KZ1000 Z1R. This bike is not restored, it is patina perfect and 41 years old. Obviously well cared for throughout its life, it has for the past 5 years been part of our collection and only travelled just over 15,000 miles from new. The Z1000 as a model has an amazing history; successfully raced in Europe, Australian, American and British Superbike categories, US legend Reg Pridmore won the AMA Superbike Championship in 1977 and ...

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  • The 1974 Ducati Supersport, aka Greenframe, needs no introduction. This particular example is patina perfect for a bike that has traveled only 1,125 miles from new; that’s right, this bike has sat virtually untouched for over 40 years. Purchased new in 1975 from the Los Angeles Ducati dealer, the bike was loaded on to a truck and sat untouched in a San Diego hanger for over a decade. In 1983 it was delivered to the Ducati dealer in Chula Vista (San Diego) where it was commissioned for the first ...

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  • Early in 1962, Honda stunned the racing world by displaying its first 50cc-class works machine, the now famous RC110. Shortly after in the same year they produced a customer-spec alternative named the CR110 Cub Racing, and as a direct result of Honda's success from these two models they commenced domestic sales in June 1962. The single-cylinder CR110 featured a high-tech gear-driven camshaft, DOHC, and four valves. This amazing little motorcycle had a 10:3.1 compression ratio and would rev to ...

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