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  • Best carburetor on the market for SL70's and XL70's.  Comes with a complete set of jets and I've found that installing the smallest jet works well if your are running a stock engine.

  • Nicely restored 1971 Honda SL350 K1, no stone left unturned, many NOS parts including pipes.  Finished in Candy Topaz Orange, detailed and ready to ride. Approximately 50 miles put on the bike to sort out after restoration. Manuals Included. This bike is on consignment with Marblesmotors and is located in Virginia.

  • Honda / Yamaha / Kawasaki / Suzuki tie straps.  These were used to hold cables and wiring around handlebars and frame. Pack of 20

  • Honda / Yamaha / Kawasaki / Suzuki tie straps.  These were used to hold cables and wiring around handlebars and frame. Pack of 10

  • Candy Topaz Orange CT70H-148479 Beautifully restored first year, hand clutch, 4 speed CT70H. You won't find one nicer and title in hand. All lights, horn function and starts on first kick. And no, you are not seeing twins.......there are two of them.

  • Candy Topaz Orange CT70H-107371 Beautifully restored first year, hand clutch, 4 speed CT70H. You won't find one nicer and title in hand. All lights, horn function and starts on first kick. And no, you are not seeing twins.......there are two of them.

  • Scarlet Red CT90-102425 Really nice original 1968 Honda CT90.  Early version with dual rear sprockets.  Lot's of small patina, but very nicely preserved for its' age.  Title in hand.

  • Aquarius Blue SL70-1046119 Nicely restored Aquarius Blue SL70 K0 with a lot of polish and chrome work completed.   bike runs well, lights work etc.    Bill of Sale only on this one.

  • Light Ruby Red SL70-1051100 Nicely restored SL70 with NOS Hubs, Exhaust, Rims, rear shocks and many, many other parts.  Replica of the bike I had at 13 years old including the "Street Legal" kit that I put on to get my first drivers license.

  • Tahitian Red CT90-5007185 Really nice original 1979 Honda CT90.  Strap that milk crate on the luggage rack and be the hit of the swap meet.   Title in hand.

  • F8-005482 "Baby Bighorn".   Only difference between this bike and the 350 Bighorn is the color, ant engine top end.  And the biggest difference.........price.   I Restored this bike quite a few years ago and the owner put a bit over 600 miles on it and enjoyed it.   These bikes are very hard to find and even…

  • 1967 Triumph Tiger 650 TR6R DU46463 This was a very clean original Triumph that I basically took apart, cleaned and Vapor Honed practically every part.  Brand new paint from Marblesmotors paint works. I replaced the ill-working Smith's gauges with nice new EMGO, but have retained originals in a box.   Engine is very solid and runs…