1972 MX250 stroker
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----$1,850----
1972 MX 250 stroker
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----$1,850----

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1972 MX250A Period Racer

Core Rebuilder

--$1,950--

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1976 TT535

Works Performance

Pro-Tec racer

--$9,500---

1976 TT535 Works Performance Racer
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----$9,500----
1976 TT535 Works Performance Racer
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----$9,500----
List of bikes available:
 
1970 DT1C 250 WEBCO racer MX  - VERY RARE & Tricked out DT1 CORE REBUILDER has: very rare Webco head, Webco bars, Webco pegs, Webco fork brace, Webco high front fender bracket, and ultra rare Webco cast aluminum gas cap. Has excellent cond. Hooker Headers race pipe. Comes with extra tank, front wheel, rear fender. Needs total resto but this will be a neat bike when done. Excellent compression & spark. Will be an AWESOME classic racer when completed. $1,250.00
 
1970 HT-1 90 Enduro - Matching numbers first year HT-1. As far as I can tell, the only non original items on this bike are: reproduction seat cover, reproduction front brake cable, and reproduction tank badges. These early little enduro's are super rare and this is a good one. 99% all original & 100% complete. No toolkit but tool box is intact. 3560 miles on odometer. Runs great and everything works. Needs a battery, but will run without one. If you're a Yamaha guy and don't have one of these, then your collection is incomplete. $1,950.00
 
1971 HT-1 90 MX - Matching numbers, one year only bike built by Yamaha. Very collectible. Tank & seat were restored, otherwise this is an original gem. Most of these were ridden hard and put away wet, or just blown to pieces by us kids when we raced them. This is the smallest bike that Yamaha ever produced a GYT kit for, and this was the only year that these 90 MX's were produced by Yamaha for sale to the public. Original tires, wheels, GYT pipe, etc. $2,450.00
 
1972 250 MX period racer  - This is a very unusual custom build, period racer from back in the day. Could use a resto and is considered a CORE REBUILDER bike with some awesome aftermarket bits from back in the day. A very unusual bike! Frame is numbered DT1F-(blank) has no serial numbers. Has a numbered 1971 250MX GYT engine! Has production style MX-B wheels and dished forks, Clark replica YZ plastic tank, aluminum bars, '71 DT1-M bottom end with '72 MX250 top end, Pro-Fab chromoly swing arm, Boge shocks, vintage AME stamped steel pipe & Skyway silencer, Preston Petty fenders with trick front bracket, excellent tires, original seat & original fiberglass airbox with metal side number plate: all very nice. Excellent compression & spark. This is a really cool bike with a great look, and might be considered a somewhat historic piece. Ready to be restored by you. $1,950.00
 
1975 YZ360B - Being sold as a 'core rebuilder' due to motor being stuck (has been sitting for years) and electrics needing some work. One of the fastest vintage bikes on the planet, these are super rare and were ultra trick straight from Yamaha. True works replicas of their factory OW race bikes, this particular example is a matching numbered beauty and 99.9% original and correct. There are a few dings in original paint aluminum tank. New seat cover & new reproduction plastic, etc. Very nice original pipe & silencer (ultra rare). These were expert level race bikes and your skill level should be at or near this in order to acheive this bike's full potential. These were FAST bikes! First year monoshock set the world on notice that the Yamaha YZ was the bike to beat. $4,950.00 as is.
 
1976 TT535C 'Works Performance - PRO-TEC Privateer'- Matching numbered, full 'works' style motocross racer. Has all the vintage stickers still on it from back in the day and appears to have been a Works Performance Canoga Park sponsored race bike. Original paint on orig. aluminum tank is very nice. This bike has been extensively modified with: re-valved 38mm YZ forks and dual leading shoe front brake, lightweight YZ wheels, Works Performance finned shocks, Pro-Fab aluminum swingarm, Pro-Tec aluminum chain tensioner, custom open megaphone exhaust pipe is just beautiful, K&N filter, K&N chromoly bars, ultra rare vintage E-Line Magnum flat slide carb, vintage DeCoster grips, Preston Petty plastic, YZ controls, etc. This engine is a heavily modified factory PRO-TEC big bore kitted motor with high lift cams, valve mods & porting, ignition timing, manually activated compression release, etc. I have all the engine specs available to anyone who is seriously interested. This bike came out of SoCal and looks suspiciously similar to the bike Rex Staten rode back in the day when he was competing on 4 stroke TT's. Fully restored with rebuilt and restored suspension (shocks & forks completely rebuilt & restored), new tubes, newer tires, new chain, original controls, etc. TITLED $9,500.00

1977 YZ400D -DG-FOX- Hannah Replica - This started out as a mint condition and very low hour 400D and then we added some very cool parts. Perfect DG 2" extended length swingarm, very rare & rebuilt Fox-Air mono-shox, '79-YZ modded forks, XYZ titanium wide pegs, NOS vintage Pirelli tires. All original plastic, seat, bars, controls, bolts, etc. is all extremely nice. Bike is rocket ship fast and looks incredible. $5,500.00
 
1979 YZ400F - This bike has been updated with 43mm SHOWA forks in YZ triples, and DLS (dual leading shoe) front brake. Has All NEW: seat cover-plastics-DG pipe & silencer-chain buffers-grips-OEM kill button-fork wipers-Uni filter. The forks and shock were being completely rebuilt with all new seals & oil. Newer tires and new tubes. Original tank restored along with new vintage DG race graphics. Excellent & well sorted to be very competitive GP1 'racer' quality. Nice bike, very fast, looks good, handles great.  $2,500.00
 
1980 YZ465G core rebuilder - Matching numbers bike in pretty good shape. Needs cosmetics like seat cover, and carb/throttle are missing. Otherwise this is a really good core bike that won't take much to restore. $1,500.00
 
1983 TT600K - Exceptionally clean, all original bike. Other than a Super-Trap silencer installed along with new grips & tank graphics, this bike is ALL ORIGINAL down to it's Bridgestone tires. Super low mileage showing with minimal to non-existant boot rub marks on frame rails above pegs. Perfect wheels, forks, plastics, seat, bars, fork boots, controls, etc. Has Yamaha's superb dual leading shoe (DLS) front drum brake, and excellent 43mm KYB forks & rear shock. No leaks detected from anywhere. Bike has not been repainted or touched up in any way. Excellent condition time capsule bike. True collector quality. TITLED $2,500.00
 
1986 TT600 Factory PRO-TEC racer - Purchased from ex-factory racer/employee/and son of Pro-Tec founder Skip Clark, this bike sports some extremely trick and one of a kind pieces. Built for competition and testing in '86 this bike has: one off works aluminum airbox with twin K&N filters, works exhaust including large diameter TITANIUM twin header with SuperTrapp alum. silencer, Pro-Tec hi-performance cam & larger valves w/S&W springs, 610cc kit including Pro-Tec high compression piston (has manually operated decompression release instead of production automatic version), ATK style aluminum twin roller chain guide system (keeps contant tension on chain w/no lash), original LEATHER Pro-Tec seat cover in great shape. Lots of special Titanium & aluminum bolts were found during resto. Top secret Pro-Tec internal fork & shock mods were installed applied to produce improved race damping and longer suspension travel. This bike sits about 3" taller than a stock TT. Has vintage Answer chromoly bars & new Renthal grips. Ohlins rear shock and KYB forks have been valved & sprung for PRO LEVEL motocross (very stiff). Includes an almost new vintage Metzler front and new Dunlop rear knobby. You'll never find another one because original owner I bought it from (John Clark) stated that this was the only bike that Pro-Tec built that year like this. Many of these parts were developed for testing and evaluation prior to production, and the airbox and header system were considered 'not-viable for production' due to the exorbitantly high costs to produce them. Bike has NO numbers anywhere on frame or motor. John stated that many of the internal bits were Yamaha 'works' pieces made out of billet aluminum and titanium. This is the twin brother to the bike Ricky Johnson raced on and won with during the 4-Stroke Nationals in the mid 80's. A truly awesome piece of motocross race history. Photos at right. $9,500.00 
1977 Yamaha YZ400D Hannah-DG-Fox replica
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-----$5,500-----


1970 HT-1 90 Enduro all original
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-----$1,950-----
1970 HT-1 90 Enduro all original
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-----$1,950-----
1983 TT600K all original NICE
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-----$2,500-----
1974 250MX Racer
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-----SOLD-----
1975 YZ360B core rebuilder
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-----$4,950-----
1975 YZ360B core rebuilder
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-----$4,950-----

1979 YZ400F
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----$2,500----

1979 YZ400F
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----$2,500----

1977 YZ400D -DG-Hannah-MX-FOX
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----$5,500----

1986 Pro-Tec TT600
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----$9,500----

1986 Pro-Tec TT600
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----$9,500----

Rick Johnson competing on similar TT600
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