Motorcycles for sale in Gilmanton, New Hampshire

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1987 Honda MAGNA V45 SUPER

$9,500

Gilmanton, New Hampshire

Year 2006

Make Harley-Davidson

Model ELECTRA GLIDE CLASSIC

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Engine -

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Divorced, original owners, taken excellent care of. Warm storage, all maintenance kept current. Low original miles (12,670). Extras: Detachable luggage rack, relocation of radio antenna, detachable backrest; all new, still in box.

Custom Built Motorcycles : Other Board track Racer, 1909 Indian replica, Indian, Harley, Super X

$2,200

Gilmanton, New Hampshire

Year 2015

Make Custom Built Motorcycles

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Category -

Engine 66cc

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I'm selling a hand built, custom replica of an Indian board track racer. All of the motorcycles of this time period were experimental machines. Automobiles were a new thing, airplanes were being designed and experimented with. Motorcycles were being put together by hundreds of bicycle shops by this time. Names like Yale, Henderson, Harley Davidson, Indian, Pope,Thor and many more, many gone by the depression. These bikes were raced in motordromes, oval, wood, steep banked tracks, that were built in major cities all over the country. These machines were stripped down, bone shakers, that had to be pushed to start and had no brakes. In 1909, Indian's rider set a speed record for a 1,000 miles of 22 hours, 20 minutes and 59 seconds at Hendee's motordrome in Springfield Ma. on a diamond framed bike similar to this. Harley wasn't even competition yet! I hand build these frames, one at a time, making a very authentic and rideable machine. Every part is brand new, made to look old. The new frames are chopped and mig welded to fit the designs of the originals. The motors are 66cc, two stroke motors that get about 100mpg. The fuel tank is hand fabricated from 4" steel tube. The handlebars are bent from cadmium plated steel to match the racing bars from that time period. This one is detailed to look like an older restoration, some defects, some rust, etc. Most of the bike is custom with details like braided plug wire, copper and brass, wherever possible. For the faint of heart, I do add a rear coaster style brake. I ride these bikes for several hours to make sure that if there are any bugs, they are worked out. It gives the new motor a chance to break in. You pedal it to start it, dump the hand clutch and hang on! These bikes will go 30-35mph, enough to make you wonder "Why am I doing this?" They are as uncomfortable as riding a park bench but you look good! They are a Blast to ride! You really get the feel of what it was like to ride one of these bone shakers over 100 years ago. Everywhere you go, people will gather and ask questions and you'll enjoy conversation about the old days. Thirteen of my custom, hand built machines have been shipped all over the U.S. This is #14. Who knows, because of their rarity, they may be very valuable collector's items in 100 years! One of the bikes recently spent several days hanging out at the Boardwalk at The Weirs, for Laconia Bike Week. People walked by some very expensive choppers, to look at my replica, not even knowing it wasn't authentic until I told them! You can own one of these for much less than originals. The shipping is about $200.00, anywhere in the states. I partially disassemble them, crate them and send them by FedEx. You will need some basic skills and tools to put it back together, but no problem, I will be of assistance whenever needed. I require a $500.00 deposit at the end of the auction and the balance before I ship the bike. I'm a one man shop, in business for over 35 years and I take a lot of pride in my work! I've enjoyed working on, restoring and hot rodding several 30's & 40's vintage shop trucks and built bikes like a Norton Atlas, Yamaha bobbers and even a '48' hardtail Harley 'EL' pan. If you have any questions, don't hesitate to call me and speak to me personally, Dan Adel, Adel Signs, 603-267-1800. Buyer is responsible for shipping costs. I can crate it and ship it by FedEx just about anywhere in the US for about $200.00, in addition to the cost of the bike. If you're interested, I can build one specifically for you! Just give me a call with any questions!

2005 VICTORY ARLEN NESS SIGNATURE SERIES KINGPIN

$13,000

Gilmanton, New Hampshire

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ORIGINAL SENIOR OWNED BIKE is now here at summer home Bar Harbor Area..Special hard bags were painted to match bike when new as they were not available. Low Miles 7322.This is a beautiful bike and turns heads.Now ladies take a look this is a nice handling bike.Any questions please call or email.

Other Makes Antique 1910 boardtrack racer replica Excelsior Indian Harley

$4,000

Gilmanton, New Hampshire

Year 2014

Make Other Makes

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Category -

Engine -

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I'm selling a hand built, custom replica of an Excelsior board track racer. All of the motorcycles of this time period were experimental machines. Automobiles were a new thing, airplanes were being designed and experimented with. Motorcycles were being put together by over 300 bicycle shops by this time. Names like Yale, Henderson, Harley Davidson, Indian, Pope,Thor and many more, many gone by the depression. These bikes were raced in Motordromes, oval, wood, steep banked tracks, that were built in major cities all over the country. These machines were stripped down, bone shakers, that had to be pushed to start and had no brakes. In 1912, Excelsior's factory rider was the first to reach a speed of 100 m.p.h., recorded by a sanctioning organization. The Excelsiors were running neck and neck with Indian, Harley wasn't even competition yet! I build these frames, one at a time on a jig, making a very authentic and rideable machine. Every part is brand new, made to look old. The new frames are chopped, stretched and mig welded to fit the designs of the originals. The motors are 66cc, two stroke motors that get about 100mpg. You pedal it to start it, dump the hand clutch and hang on! These bikes will go 30-35mph, enough to make you wonder "Why am I doing this?" They are as uncomfortable as riding a park bench but you look good! Everywhere you go, people will gather and ask questions and you'll enjoy conversation about the old days. They really are a blast to ride! I put a lot of effort into distressing the paint to make it look 100 years old. Most of the bike is custom fabricated, from the fuel tank made from 4" truck exhaust pipe, right down to the rear stand and hanger bracket, with details like braided plug wire, copper and brass, wherever possible. Five of my custom, hand built machines have been shipped all over the U.S. This is #6. Who knows, because of their rarity, they may be very valuable collector's items in 100 years! One of the bikes recently spent several days hanging out at the Boardwalk at The Weirs, for Laconia Bike Week. People walked by some very expensive choppers, to look at my replica, not even knowing it wasn't authentic until I told them! You can own one of these for much less than originals. The shipping is about $140.00, anywhere in the states. I partially disassemble them, crate them and send them by FedEx. You will need some basic skills and tools to put it back together, but no problem, I will be of assistance whenever needed. I require a $500.00 deposit at the end of the auction and the balance before I ship the bike. I'm a one man shop, in business for over 35 years and I take a lot of pride in my work! I've enjoyed working on, restoring and hotrodding several 30's & 40's vintage shop trucks and built bikes like a Norton Atlas, Yamaha bobbers and even a '48' hardtail Harley 'EL' pan. If you have any questions, don't hesitate to call me and speak to me personally, Dan Adel, Adel Signs, 603-267-1800.

1999 Harley Davidson FXDX Superglide Sport - One Owner/Garage Kept

$8,250

Gilmanton, New Hampshire

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1999 harley Davidson Superglide Sport (FXDX), one owner, 22,738 miles.  This is the first year for the 88 cubic inch motor and the FXDX model.  Top end of the 95 cubic inch conversion kit installed, all that’s needed is cam soto make it truly pop.  Many extras: Vance & Hines Short Shot exhaust, oil cooler, removable windshield, Kuryakyn pegs, Corbin seat with backrest, aftermarket mirrors, sissy bar and backrest, dynajet in carb, tail light brightness conversion, SAC bags for sissy bar, new battery, good rubber on tires.  Normal wear and tear on the bike.  It's been garage/trailer stored, never outside.  Some polish and elbow grease will make it shine like new.

1999 Harley Davidson FXDX Superglide Sport - One Owner/Garage Kept

$8,250

Gilmanton, New Hampshire

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1999 harley Davidson Superglide Sport (FXDX), one owner, 22,738 miles.  This is the first year for the 88 cubic inch motor and the FXDX model.  Top end of the 95 cubic inch conversion kit installed, all that’s needed is cam soto make it truly pop.  Many extras: Vance & Hines Short Shot exhaust, oil cooler, removable windshield, Kuryakyn pegs, Corbin seat with backrest, aftermarket mirrors, sissy bar and backrest, dynajet in carb, tail light brightness conversion, SAC bags for sissy bar, new battery, good rubber on tires.  Normal wear and tear on the bike.  It's been garage/trailer stored, never outside.  Some polish and elbow grease will make it shine like new.