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We are only able to display approximately 150 cars at a time yet have over 400 cars in our collection (only a sample is represented on this site at this time). Thank you!

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Motorcycles

Aprilia RS-50- 2000

Aprilia RS-50- 2000

In most European countries, obtaining a driver’s license is an expensive and difficult task. Many countries allow younger people to operate scooters or motorcycles with a license as long as the displacement is less than 50cc.

BFG 1300- 1982

BFG 1300- 1982

The name “BFG” came from the company’s founders: Louis Boccardo, Dominique Favario, and Thierry Grange.

BMW Motorad Boxer Cup Replika R1100S- 2004

BMW Motorad Boxer Cup Replika R1100S- 2004

This 2004 BMWr1100s can trace it roots back to the beginning of BMW motorcycles–the 1923 boxer twin called the r32.

BMW R51-3- 1952

BMW R51-3- 1952

In 1923, the first BMW motorcycle was produced; in 1949, the first post-war bike appeared and demand for motorcycles was high.

BSA Thunderbolt-1970

BSA Thunderbolt-1970

This is a one-owner bike.  Bought by Brian Biedebach who purchased it new in California in 1970, he rode it almost everyday until 2001 when he was diagnosed with cancer.  As he lost his strength, he would only ride it on Sundays.

Carabela Oil Master 350- 1974

Carabela Oil Master 350- 1974

Mexico is not typically thought of as a “motorcycle country,” but the Acer Mex Company began building motorcycles in 1960.

Condor A250-1969

Condor A250-1969

 

Condor motorcycles began as a bicycle works, Scheffer Freres, (Scheffer Brothers) in the Jura Mountains of southwestern Switzerland in 1891. By 1904, the company was known as Condor, named after the large Andean bird, and enjoyed a brisk business with the Swiss Army and Postal Service.

 

Ducatti 996-2000

Ducatti 996-2000

In 1950 Ducati built its first motorcycle.  This bike had a displacement of 60 cc and weighed 98 pounds, and top speed was 40 mph.  By 1960 Ducati had made history by producing the fastest 250 cc road bike of the period

Eysinck Tandam Moped-1956

Eysinck Tandam Moped-1956

Eysink, the first Dutch car manufacturer, was founded by D H (Dick) Eysink in The Netherlands in 1886 as a bicycle manufacturer. Sons Menno and August saw a future in automobiles and motorcycles, and directed the company’s efforts accordingly.

Fuji Rabbit Scooter- 1968

Fuji Rabbit Scooter- 1968

Fuji Heavy Industries created Japan’s first scooter, the Rabbit S-1, in 1946.

Gas Gas TXT50- 2000

Gas Gas TXT50- 2000

From small beginnings in 1974, Gas Gas has grown into a world class Spanish manufacturer of trials, enduro, and motocross machines.

Hercules W-2000 1975

Hercules W-2000 1975

The Hercules W-2000 was the first rotary powered motorcycle offered for sale to the public through a dealer network.

Honda CB50R- 2004

Honda CB50R- 2004

In 1962, Honda stunned the racing world by displaying its first 50cc-class works machine, the RC110.

Honda City Turbo-1984

Honda City Turbo-1984

The Honda City Turbo was the brainchild of Hirotoshi Honda, founder of well-known Honda tuning firm Mugen and son of Honda’s founder Soichiro Honda. When he created the City Turbo, Hirotoshi took one of Honda's most unassuming vehicles, the City, and turned it into an aggressive JDM pocket rocket, considered to be well ahead of its time. Impressed, Honda took Hirotoshi's idea and made a production version of it.

Honda Elite- 1984

Honda Elite- 1984

The 1984 Honda Elite 125 (CH125) has a four stroke liquid cooled motor.

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