Motorcycles For Sale
Thinking about selling your vintage British motorcycle but not sure where to post it? Well you post it here absolutely free. Let Classic British Spares take the pain and frustration out of selling by advertising your motorcycle for sale here on our site.
Read further down of how you can advertise your motorcycle for sale. Below you will find all makes and models of vintage British motorcycles for sale. Enjoy
What We Need
Below is all the information that we will need from you in order for us to properly post your vintage British motorcycle for sale here on this page.
- High resolution photos (no more than 2 photos)
- Send us a brief description of your motorcycle for sale
- Include you first name, location, email and/or your phone number
- Include your "firm" or "best offer" asking price
You can send all the information requested above by sending us an email to email@example.com Once we have the requested information, we will list your motorcycle for sale on this page promptly.
Please add the term "Motorcycle For Sale" in the subject line of the email you will be sending us.
We do not offer any type of guarantee on the motorcycles listed for sale below. The sale is strictly between you and the seller (owner). All emails and contact must be sent directly to the sellers. Any email sent to Classic British Spares regarding a motorcycle for sale below will not be opened. We will re-post for sale ad's for motorcycles that are "complete". Motorcycles that are in a "basket case" or "project" form will not be listed for sale here.
1971 Triumph T100R Daytona (Los Gatos, California)
|Rick Silberman||Los Gatosfirstname.lastname@example.org||(408) 315-2923||$8,000 OBO|
Much all original except for the tins , they have been painted in the original
Color and in lacquer. The bike has the original miles as far as we know speaking to the original owner.
Side mirrors, I have them in the garage w/the blinkers and a the original tool kit as well. I have the original passport that came w/the bike as well and some other documents when the bike was bought new in London. Bike starts usually on the first on second kick and runs well.
1971 BSA B50SS (California)
1971 BSA B50ss. Owned since 1974.Boyer electronic ignition,center stand, shorty 'Sportster" type silencer. Always garaged, Ran only on 100 octane leaded gas . Less than 9000 miles. $4500 firm.
1971 BSA Firebird Scrambler (California)
1971 BSA Firebird Scrambler, Less than 500 since rebuilt. Powder coated frame and fittings,Boyer ignition,dual lead coil, Tympanium regulator/rectifier. New clutch chainwheel and hub. Les Williams 7 plate clutch, Dunstall silencers. Always garaged, Ran only on 100 octane leaded gas.Geared for 4800rpms @ 75mph.19000miles. $5500 firm.
1967 BSA MARK MKIII 650 SPITFIRE SPECIAL & 1979 TRIUMPH BONNEVILLE SPECIAL 750 (LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA)
|Thomas Bernsen||Los Angelesemail@example.com||(818) 321-7156||$22,500|
Will Not Separate - Two Bikes For Sale Shipping: Buyers Responsibility
Norton Fastback MKIII ( Worcester, MA)
|Roger Gold||Worcester, MA||(205) 549-0016||$4,750 OBO|
I'm letting go of my Norton Fastback MkIII, with about 4,000 miles, Some might not consider this a show bike and some might. Nothing flashy underneath, but clean enough to slide a mirror under her for show time. No title for this as it was bought on a bill of sale.
1966 BITSA Custom (Northern, California)
|NorCal||(415) 794-3030||$8,000 OBO|
Brief? lol....'66 Bitsa Custom. Rebuilt by hand down to the last nut and bolt. Way too many mods and upgrades for this "brief description". COMPLETE rebuild with all the trimmings.
No expense spared. Write for a word doc with all the details. Featured in BIKEXIF.com and the BritBike calendar. Looking for a new home. Considering offers over $8000US. 415-794-3030 Northern California.
1947 Velocette KSS (El Dorado Hills, California)
|Rod||El Dorado Hills, CA||(310) 266-6735|
1947 Velocette KSS MATCHING NUMBERS. Vintage British Motorcycle. Restored prior to my acquisition. Accepted to the Quail Motorcycle Event in Monterey CA 2016. Mechanically sound, excellent condition.
Would be a nice addition for a serious collector. Engine: KSS 10228 Frame: 8256 Motorcycle is located in El Dorado Hills, California. No dealers or consigners. Payment by cash or in-person bank transfer at Bank of America or Wells Fargo.
1964 Cafe Racer Matchless G80CS (Helena, Montana)
|Wayne||Helena, Montanafirstname.lastname@example.org||(406) 449-6567||$17,500 OBO|
1960's Style Cafe Racer - (registered as a 1964) Norton Slim Line Featherbed Frame 1960 Matchless G80CS Motor & Trans - (both Extensively Rebuilt) Morad Alloy Rims, with Stainless Spokes and Nipples Triumph Conical Hubs, Twin Leading Shoe Front Brake Hand Made Alloy Fuel, Oil Tank and Duel Tool Boxes Many Custom Made Parts Throughout Bike (Also Have a T5GP Carb Available at Slight Additional Cost
1951 BSA C11 250cc
I have for sale 1951 BSA C11 250cc, I hate to let this beauty go, The
bike has been with my family over 30years now, it is well maintained
and service regularly, the bike is tale/rigid makes it light weight
and comfortable to ride.
1959 Triumph T110
1959 Triumph T 110 complete restoration, approx 10 miles since done, matching serial numbers. 1934 side car complete restoration, Traced back to Denmark to 1934.
1972 Triumph T100R
|Heywar Myersemail@example.com||$7,500 OBO|
You are looking at a very Rare and clean 1972 Triumph T100R Daytona. This is a numbers matching bike which means the frame number, and engine number all match. The bike starts, runs, and stops like it should. All electrical items work as they should.. ..
Exceptional condition. An excellent runner and sounds great. recently cleaned, plugs and oil recently changed.Bike has been well maintained and always garaged.
1963 BSA Rocket Gold Star Scrambler
Reluctantly selling my rare 1963 Rocket Gold Star Spitfire/Gold Star Spitfire. Based on the BSA dispatch records from two BSA owners clubs in the UK, only 266-272 were built between 1962 and 1963. They were for export only and to date only approximately 40 have been reported to the Gold Star Owners club in the UK as still existing. They are not your standard BSA A10 Spitfire. Unlike those, these use the same frame (GA10) as the Rocket Gold Stars less the pillon (passenger) loops and have Gold Star brakes. For more information go to: http://goldstarspitfires.weebly.com/ (Also see “My GSS Project” tab)
This bike was one of only 16 shipped to Canada. It was sent to Fred Deeley Ltd, Vancouver, on February 28, 1963 and recorded as a “A10 R G Star Scrambler Red”. It is a numbers matching original with a letter verifying the numbers from the Gold Star Owners Club in the UK. The current owner purchased it in Canada in 2009 and finished a total restoration in 2016. It is street legal with original period correct lighting. It won its division at the 2017 Clubman’s All British Motorcycle Show in San Jose CA.
For more information and pricing please go to: http://www.classicmotorcycleconsignments.com/motorcycles/1963-bsa-rocket-gold-star-spitfire-gold-star-spitfire
1969 BSA Rocket 3 A75R
1969 BSA for sale in excellent running condition. Matching numbers with a clean and clear title. "It's only original once" and this magnificent BSA triple is as close to 100% original as a 47 year old, perfectly running, iconic piece of motorcycling history can be. The only non-consumable parts (other than tires, tubes, spark plugs, breaker points, battery, cables, oil and air filters) that did not leave the assembly line on this motorcycle in April 1969 are the mirrors, the fork gators (originals finally separated into individual rings about six years ago) and the battery hold-down strap (suffered the same fate as the fork gators last year, buckle and retaining clips are original). Comes with complete tool kit.
|Mauricio Hernandez||Phoenix, AZ (USA)||firstname.lastname@example.org||+1(623)232-2984||$10,000 OBO|
1970 Triumph TR6R 650
I have a 1970 Triumph TR6 Tiger for sale. Name is Dan Marshall, bike is located in Reno, NV. Asking 9K for the bike. Matching engine/frame serial numbers. Major work of the following accomplished:
1. Motor and transmission overhauled all parts replaced as necessary, cylinders bored to .30 over. 800 miles since OH
2. Boyer electronic ignition
3. New wiring harness installed
4. Oil filter kit installed
5. Smith instruments overhauled
6. Primary and final drive chains replaced with new ones
7. New paint in Feb. with correct color ( spring gold and black )
8. Front forks overhauled
9. Seat recovered
This is the last year for this design and considered the best, in 1971 the design was changed.
|Dan||Reno, NV(USA)||email@example.com||$9,000 OBO|
1967 Triumph T100C 500
1. Fully restored with NOS parts.
2. Rebuilt engine with new bearings and piston rings, valve job and has less than 200 miles after restoration.
3. Repainted in original color and lacquer. (Paint was imported from England)
4. Frame power-coated with new bearings front and rear.
5 .Forks have been rebuilt.
6. New exhaust and head pipes.
7. Rims are Sun with SS spokes.
8. Rebuilt speedometer.
9. All new controls and cables.
10 .It has been converter to battery but I have original magneto points, advance and coils.
11. Lots of spare parts
|Dan||Pioneer California (USA)||firstname.lastname@example.org||209-295-4250||$7,400 OBO|
1973 Triumph X75 Hurricane
Triumph X75 Hurricane with 6596 miles on odometer. Matching numbers with a clean and clear title. Predominantly original, with some safety and reliability renovations to keep it running strong. Interior of tank is in excellent condition without rust and no need for sealant. Fuel tank unit is polished gel-coat, NOT painted.
Original Borrani rims, original Amal Concentric carbs, original irreplaceable block letter Dunlop rib front tire, original horn, Lucas headlight and taillight, etc. Crack-free durable alloy triple clamps. Some years ago I went over the bike to make sure everything inside was in good order and safe for riding. While doing that I replaced many hard-to-get-at wear parts such as the clutch plate, various internal bearings and seals, oil pump, primary chain and so on, because once I’ve sealed my cases as tight as I can get them I don't want to have to open them again. Safety and reliability renovations include new brake shoes, fork seals, Boyer-Brandsen electronic ignition, and wheel bearings.
Extra bonus features: original owners manual and Craig Vetter signed copy of "A Hurricane Named Vetter" are included.
I'll be sad to see this bike go, as it is absolutely my favorite motorcycle of all time, but I'm downsizing my material possessions due to my cancer treatment and impending retirement.
|Bill Kincaid||St. Louisemail@example.com||$26,900 OBO|