• Yamaha Badge - Reproduction and very, very nice #YS33 - DT2 250, RT2 '72-'73 Chrome/Black

  • DT1F-123043 Pearl Yellow A beautifully restored 1972 Yamaha DT2 250cc Enduro.  The quality of this bike is incredible except for a couple of items.  Handlebars replaced with accurate reproductions.  The paint on this bike has a couple of small flaws, but from a few feet away you won't notice them.  This is one of the…

  • **SOLD** 1971 Honda SL100 K1 #31. Low serial number 1971 SL100 K1 in Candy Sapphire Blue.   Ride as-is or an easy restoration project.  New cables and fork seals.  Chrome is nice on bike.  Good seat.  Running and riding bike with title work in process.

  • **SOLD** 1972 Kawasaki F7 21.5hp which was crazy for a small displacement bike at the time.   Nice light restoration on a very nice original bike.  New engine components, fresh Marblesmotors paint & Decals, many new parts and a real strong runner.  Rims/Hubs/Spokes are original.  Original luggage rack.  Hard to find in this condition.  Title…

  • SL70 K0 / K1 3 Wire Clip.  Holds the front brake switch, throttle and front brake cables together.  Reproduction item.  Free Shipping in the U.S.A.  Very limited Quantities.

  • H1F-36482 Respectable original H1 in Candy Sky Blue.  This runs and rides fantastic.   Very fast and just as uncontrollable as it was new.   Appears to have new paint, but I acquired it "as-is" and don't have any history.  All lights/horn/signals work perfectly.   Title in hand.

  • New reproduction plastic Side Cover for the SL70 K0.  And these are professionally painted in Summer Yellow.


Nori grape silver beet broccoli kombu beet greens fava bean potato quandong celery. Bunya nuts black-eyed pea prairie turnip leek lentil turnip greens parsnip. Sea lettuce lettuce water chestnut eggplant winter purslane fennel azuko.

Celery quandong swiss chard chicory earthnut pea potato. Salsify taro catsear garlic gram celery bitterleaf wattle seed collard greens nori.




  • I returned home on leave from Afghanistan almost as excited to see my Marbles Motors-restored SL70 as I was to see my family. I was not disappointed. Randy, you are truly an artist and craftsman. Thanks for making my “first” Honda look better than it did the day in 1971 that my Dad gave it to me as a birthday gift!

    Col. George Reynolds

  • Just wanted to say the paint job was, “freakin’ flawless”.  Enclosed is a picture of the finished project. Thanks again!

    Monte Labatut

  • I would be happy to offer testimonial on the AWESOME paint work you had done for me.

    SL1750-KO Customer

  • I just wanted to drop a quick line to thank you for your assistance in fixing up my original owned 1970 SL100. You helped me source a few parts and and was responsible for the paint job. I bought the bike new in June of 1970 with my own money at age 15. I paid $479.00, with tax, $502.00. It was used hard and put away for 25 years until 2003, when I spent 6 years bringing it back to this condition. I did not strip it down and start a frame-up resto. I just replaced worn parts with NOS

    Robert “Beast” Best

  • I would like to thank you for all your help and input you gave me. It was hard work and I learned a lot, thanks again Randy!

    TIm Hare

  • Randy and his team have essentially helped me ‘resurrect’ two motorcycles, and this latest project, a 1975 Kawasaki H1 is now my pride and joy.  The never popular rootbeer brown is a standout color professionally matched by Randy and his team.  Their work is incredible, perfecting even the smallest of details and I recommend them to everyone I know who loves to restore motorcycles correctly

    Brian – Las Vegas, NV

  • Perfect! Perfect paint job,thank you. Feel free to show this on your web page as well. I am currently looking for a new project (1970s 125 mx bike) You will be getting a call for paint work. If you know of a 74 Yz or74 Kx 125 let me know. Thanks again.

    Tom Cox