I Bought 14 Motorcycles at Auction and its NOT GOOD

Bikes and Beards
8 Mar 202426:24

Summary

TLDRIn this video, the narrator recounts his experience purchasing 14 motorcycles at an auction in Las Vegas, only to find that most of them don't run. With the help of Craig, a skilled mechanic, they embark on a journey to restore the bikes. The narrator shares his excitement and disappointments as they assess each bike's value and condition, revealing the highs and lows of his impulsive buy. From a rare 1986 BMW R80 GS to a 2004 Yamaha M1, each motorcycle tells a story, and the video is punctuated with humor and the unexpected challenges of dealing with a broken-down trucking company. The video concludes with the reveal of the narrator's most anticipated bike, the Honda Rune, and a contemplation on starting his own auction platform for motorcycles.

Takeaways

  • 🏍️ The narrator purchased 14 motorcycles at an auction in Las Vegas, but only two initially ran.
  • 💰 The narrator paid $4,000 for a 1986 BMW R80 GS, which is valued between $12,000 and $17,000.
  • 🏍️ A 2013 Road King 10th anniversary bike was bought for $8,000 and is valued around $14,000.
  • 🚗 The narrator and Craig, a skilled mechanic, work together to get the bikes running.
  • 💸 The narrator spent $7,000 on a 2004 Yamaha M1, which is a rare model not released in America.
  • 🏍️ A 1986 Honda Z50 Christmas special was bought for $10,000, with similar models selling for up to $225,000.
  • 🛠️ The narrator and Craig encounter various issues with the bikes, such as missing parts and non-functioning clutches.
  • 📦 The narrator had a negative experience with a shipping company called Thrasher Trucking, which led to additional costs and delays.
  • 🔍 The narrator considers starting his own auction platform with clear fees and detailed descriptions of motorcycles.
  • 🏍️ The narrator is excited about a Honda Rune, a unique motorcycle he has been looking for a long time.
  • 🤔 The narrator contemplates the idea of starting an auction with curated motorcycles and transparent information.

Q & A

  • How many motorcycles did the narrator buy at the auction in Las Vegas?

    -The narrator bought 14 motorcycles at the auction.

  • How many of the purchased motorcycles were initially running?

    -Only two of the motorcycles were running when they first arrived.

  • What is the narrator's profession or hobby related to motorcycles?

    -The narrator seems to be involved in buying, restoring, and possibly selling motorcycles, as they discuss the value and condition of the bikes.

  • What is the value range of the first generation BMW R80 GS motorcycles?

    -The value range for first generation BMW R80 GS motorcycles can be as low as $10,000 and as high as $35,000, depending on the miles and condition.

  • How much did the narrator pay for the 1986 BMW R80 GS?

    -The narrator paid $4,000 for the 1986 BMW R80 GS.

  • What was the auction price for the 2013 Road King 10th anniversary bike?

    -The auction price for the 2013 Road King 10th anniversary bike was $8,000.

  • What is the estimated value of the 2004 Yamaha M1 sport bike?

    -The narrator estimates the value of the 2004 Yamaha M1 sport bike to be around $8,700, considering the fees and expenses.

  • Why was the narrator excited about the 1986 Honda Z50 Christmas special?

    -The narrator was excited because the 1986 Honda Z50 Christmas special is a rare and valuable bike, with similar models selling for up to $20,000 or more.

  • What was the narrator's total expense for the Honda Rune after fees and everything?

    -The narrator's total expense for the Honda Rune was around $5,000 after fees and everything.

  • What issue did the narrator encounter with the rotary engine motorcycle?

    -The narrator encountered several issues with the rotary engine motorcycle, including a lack of fuel, a dry engine, and various parts not being put together properly.

  • What is the narrator's plan regarding motorcycle auctions?

    -The narrator is considering starting their own auction with clear fees, descriptions, and curated motorcycles with videos showing their condition and operation.

Outlines

00:00

🏍️ Auction Motorcycles: A Risky Purchase

The narrator describes his impulsive purchase of 14 motorcycles at an auction in Las Vegas, which turned out to be a gamble. Only two of the bikes were running initially, and he enlists the help of Craig, a skilled mechanic, to assess the value and condition of each bike. They begin with a 1986 BMW R80 GS, which is in excellent condition despite high mileage, and a 2013 Road King 10th anniversary bike, both of which seem to be good deals. The narrator also mentions the lack of information provided by the auction, which made the purchase a significant risk.

05:00

💸 Valuing the Bikes and First Impressions

The narrator and Craig continue their assessment of the motorcycles, focusing on a 2004 Yamaha M1, a rare and valuable bike that was previously owned by Corbin, a seat company. They also discuss the challenges of valuing such unique bikes. The narrator reveals his excitement for a 1986 Honda Z50 Christmas special, which, despite its small size, has a surprisingly high value due to its rarity and condition. The segment also includes a humorous moment where the narrator struggles to start the Z50 due to its tiny carburetor.

10:02

🛠️ Mechanics and Mishaps

The video script details the narrator's experiences with various motorcycles, including a Gorilla Z50, which has a unique design, and a two-stroke bike with an interesting cooling system. The narrator encounters a few setbacks, such as flat tires and a leaking bike, but also has some successes, like getting a few bikes running. The segment highlights the unpredictability of the motorcycles' conditions and the narrator's mixed feelings about the value and potential of his purchases.

15:11

🏍️ Disappointments and Excitement

The narrator expresses disappointment with the Honda V45 Interceptor, which did not meet his expectations despite its attractive appearance. He also discusses a trials bike that he is excited about, despite its non-functional clutch. The segment includes a humorous anecdote about the narrator's desire to learn how to ride trials and his enthusiasm for the bike's potential. The narrator also shares his frustration with a shipping company, Thrasher Trucking, which failed to deliver the motorcycles as promised, leading to additional costs and delays.

20:12

🤔 The Rotary Bike and Auction Reflections

The narrator's excitement for a rotary engine bike is dampened by its poor condition, which is revealed to be a disappointment. He shares his thoughts on starting his own auction, emphasizing the importance of clear fees, descriptions, and transparency. The narrator also mentions a secret bike under a tarp, which he is very excited about, and plans to reveal in the next video. The segment ends with a teaser about a 1929 Harley-Davidson and a Honda Rune, which the narrator has been looking for a long time.

25:13

🎉 The Honda Rune Reveal

The narrator concludes the video script with the reveal of the Honda Rune, a bike he has been searching for and is very excited about. Despite its dusty and worn appearance, the bike starts, and the narrator shares his positive experiences with it in the past. He expresses his anticipation for the next video, where he will further explore the bike and possibly address the issues with the rotary bike.

Mindmap

Keywords

💡Motorcycles

Motorcycles are the central focus of the video, as the narrator discusses purchasing and attempting to restore a collection of them. They are two-wheeled vehicles powered by engines, often used for transportation or recreation. In the context of the video, the motorcycles represent both a potential investment and a challenge to repair and restore to their original condition.

💡Auction

An auction is a public sale where goods or property are sold to the highest bidder. In the video, the auction is the venue where the narrator acquires the motorcycles. It is a place of excitement and risk, as the condition and value of the items are not always fully disclosed.

💡Restoration

Restoration refers to the process of repairing and returning an item to its original condition. In the video, the narrator's goal is to restore the non-functioning motorcycles to a state where they can be ridden again. This involves various mechanical skills and often requires a deep understanding of the specific make and model of the motorcycle.

💡BMW R80 GS

The BMW R80 GS is a specific model of motorcycle produced by the German manufacturer BMW. Known for its off-road capabilities, it is a popular choice among adventure riders. In the video, the narrator owns a first-generation R80 GS, which he values highly due to its condition and rarity.

💡Road King

The Road King is a model of motorcycle produced by Harley-Davidson. It is a touring motorcycle known for its distinctive styling and comfort. The narrator mentions a 2013 Road King 10th-anniversary edition, which he considers a good deal due to its low mileage and excellent condition.

💡Yamaha M1

The Yamaha M1 is a sport bike known for its powerful engine and racing capabilities. The narrator owns a 2004 model, which is not commonly found in America. The bike's unique availability and the narrator's excitement to ride it add to the video's narrative of motorcycle discovery and adventure.

💡Honda Z50

The Honda Z50 is a small motorcycle, often referred to as a 'Christmas special' due to its popularity as a gift. The narrator owns a 1986 model, which he paid a significant amount for, given its rarity and the recent high sale prices of similar models.

💡Gorilla Z50

The Gorilla Z50 is a variation of the Honda Z50, with a taller sitting position. It is part of a series of small motorcycles that includes the Z50 and the Monkey. The narrator's experience with this bike highlights the challenges and surprises of motorcycle restoration.

💡Honda Rune

The Honda Rune is a unique motorcycle known for its six-cylinder engine and unconventional design. The narrator is particularly excited about this bike, as it has been a long-sought-after model for him. The Rune represents the culmination of the narrator's efforts and the potential reward of his investment.

💡Shipping and Logistics

Shipping and logistics involve the coordination and management of the movement and storage of goods. In the video, the narrator encounters difficulties with a shipping company, which leads to additional costs and delays. This aspect of the video highlights the challenges of acquiring and transporting motorcycles, especially in large quantities.

💡Rotary Engine

A rotary engine is a type of internal combustion engine that uses a different mechanism to convert fuel into power compared to traditional piston engines. It is known for its smooth operation and unique design. The narrator discusses a rotary motorcycle, expressing excitement about its potential performance.

Highlights

Purchased 14 motorcycles at an auction in Las Vegas.

Only two motorcycles initially ran.

Hired Craig, a skilled motorcycle mechanic, for assistance.

1986 BMW R80 GS was bought blind for $4,000 and is in good condition.

2013 Road King 10th anniversary bike was bought for $8,000.

2004 Yamaha M1, a rare bike not released in America, was bought for $7,000.

1986 Honda Z50 Christmas special was bought for $10,000, a high price for a small bike.

The Z50 has never been ridden and is in pristine condition.

The Z50 Gorilla, a taller version of the Z50, was bought for $3,000.

A mysterious two-stroke, air-cooled bike was bought for $850.

The Honda V45 Interceptor was a disappointment, bought for $1,500.

A trials bike was bought for $1,400, but the clutch doesn't work.

The 350 BW, a rare bike, was bought for $1,300.

A rotary engine bike was bought for $3,750, but it had numerous issues.

A 1929 Harley-Davidson was also purchased, potentially a significant investment.

The Honda Rune, a long-sought-after bike, was bought and is in poor condition but has potential.

Considered starting an auction with clear fees and detailed descriptions.

Transcripts

00:00

so a couple weeks ago I bought 14

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motorcycles at an auction in Las Vegas

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and it took a couple weeks honestly this

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might have been a huge mistake but they

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finally showed up and to my surprise

00:11

only two of them actually run we're

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going to figure out on a bike by bike

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basis that I make a good purchase or an

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awful purchase and we're going to try to

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get all these bikes running today but

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first I'm going to need some

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help hey

00:33

you behind the wall you know anything

00:35

about

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motorcycles little bit come on I need

00:39

your help I'll pay you 30 bucks for the

00:41

day yeah come we'll see if this guy can

00:43

help us out I mean sometimes you just

00:44

need a warm body to the pick up and move

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stuff and I need a good uh assistant you

00:49

know what I mean a gopher okayy go get

00:51

that wrench hi I'm

00:52

Craig that's here well I need I need an

00:55

assistant to help me with these bikes oh

00:58

wow got a lot of motorc Mes in

01:01

here you guys might recognize Craig from

01:04

the bearded mechanic he is the best

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motorcycle mechanic out there actually

01:09

we do have a little bit of History

01:10

together we met once

01:12

before yeah we jumped in the clous and

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went to the store to get a bunch of

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stuff that we might need but probably

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don't you

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good

01:31

just like old times and then I show

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Craig the one of only two bikes that

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actually run from the auction my very

01:38

amazing gen 1 1986 BMW r80

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GS so this is the last bike I bought and

01:51

I kind of bought it blind paid $4,000

01:54

for it and these first gen GS bikes can

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sell for as low as $10,000 and I've seen

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them as high as like $35,000 and that

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just depends on the miles and the

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condition now mine's got 32,000 Mi on it

02:06

but it's in really good condition the

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problem is I didn't know it had 32,000

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Mi on it because meum auction they

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barely show anything at best you might

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see two pictures that looks like they

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were taken with an etra sketch and most

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of the time they wouldn't even tell you

02:18

how many miles were they wouldn't tell

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you how many miles were on the bike they

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wouldn't tell you if it ran they you had

02:22

no information about these bikes this

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one's actually one of the toughest ones

02:24

to appraise because not that many first

02:26

gens have sold in this condition I would

02:29

value it somewhere between 12 and maybe

02:33

177,000 if we had to nail it down let's

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go conservative let's put a number at

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$12,000 and I got to admit it looks good

02:40

and runs good

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too now this is my 2013 Road King 10th

02:45

anniversary bike and like the last bike

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I had zero information I didn't know the

02:50

condition I never saw it before and I

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didn't even know the miles on it and I

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stole it for the auction price of

02:58

$8,000 and when I went and saw for the

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first time the bike is beautiful it's in

03:02

perfect shape has 7600 M on it really

03:05

low miles but I would value this bike at

03:07

around 14,000 bucks making this thing a

03:09

killer deal if we can actually get it to

03:13

start because when you turn on so did we

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buy everything we needed except

03:17

batteries uh no I have I have

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batteries I thought I saw you bend it

03:28

out okay we have more than we

03:32

did okay let's pop the uh we just need a

03:36

jump just find a ground

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anywhere

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oh

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on oh

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go we need

03:51

um we need

03:53

more cowbell yes we need probably more

03:58

volts to be firing the fuel injection if

04:01

we threw a new battery in

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there it'll run we need a

04:06

battery they would have them at a riy

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would they I believe so yes yes this is

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right

04:15

now we spent 3 hours on the the

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potentially the easiest bike we had to

04:20

get running it just needed two batteries

04:22

well we got lunch too we got lunch to

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all

04:28

right all right

04:30

two down 12 more to go oh man that bike

04:34

feels

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good did you say I'm getting 30 bucks

04:42

per day or 30 bucks per bike 30 bucks

04:45

per day oo I should have kept walking

04:47

now this is the other bike that showed

04:49

up actually running it's a 2004 yamal M1

04:53

1700cc v twin yamal sport bike which is

04:56

super cool and never released in America

04:58

and it was previously owned by by Corbin

05:00

the seat company which might explain how

05:02

they got this thing into the United

05:03

States cuz I think they used some type

05:04

of Trade Show loophole of how they were

05:07

able to get it in here but now that it's

05:08

here it's perfectly legal to own I could

05:10

not have got this thing into the United

05:12

States and I cannot wait to ride this

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thing all we have to do is bleed the

05:14

front brakes and it should be good to go

05:17

now I paid $7,000 for this thing which I

05:19

think is a pretty good deal with fees

05:20

and all my expenses I was somewhere

05:22

around 8,700 bucks it's a tough bike to

05:25

Value but I think at least on a

05:27

conservative mark it's worth 8,700 bucks

05:31

no break it's a very very interesting

05:33

bike this is a 2004

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M1 it's a nak Street Fighter bike with a

05:38

1700 CC v twin really really cool bike

05:42

not that cool if you're from Canada cuz

05:44

apparently they they got this how did

05:45

Canada get anything that we didn't get I

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don't

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know Pur this was Corbin's bike they

05:56

bought this bike so they can put they

05:58

can build this thing in the seat which I

06:00

think looks good Awful this is the ug

06:02

dumbest thing ever so you can put a

06:04

sandwich back there looks like someone

06:06

actually rode the thing aop pic exhaust

06:10

carbon fiber Wheels it was done up very

06:11

nicely I would love to find a original

06:13

seat for this get this ugly thing off

06:15

there and really cool bike it's got

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baringer brakes and clutch which the uh

06:20

this brake is smoked let's put it back

06:22

let's get the next one running now this

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is the bike this is the 1986 Honda Z50

06:27

Christmas special born the same year I

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was born this one has never been ridden

06:32

not sure if it ever fired up and I paid

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$10,000 for it hold on hold on I know

06:39

what you're thinking that number is

06:41

insane for a little tiny child's bike I

06:44

can ride that bike I fit on that bike

06:46

but that that's an insane number for a

06:47

little tiny child's bike well in the

06:49

past 6 months two of them have just sold

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for

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$225,000 so it might not be as insane as

06:56

you thought it was but let's see if it

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runs I think it's it's the coolest

06:59

looking bike ever this one's nicer and

07:01

it apparently has no no miles no hours

07:03

let's see if we can get this guy running

07:05

this bike is Cherry it is really really

07:08

nice I mean we still have Nubs on tires

07:10

yeah pretty easy super clean you could

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have got a bike like this yeah Christmas

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day I was that kid too like every

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Christmas I'd wake up thinking like one

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of these years there's going to be a

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bike under the tree yeah there never was

07:25

no there never is I can't get my finger

07:27

in there I was going to try have some

07:30

spark plugs now I'm getting a little

07:31

concerned maybe this thing's not as a

07:34

spring chicken as we thought it was well

07:36

you know what if this thing was sitting

07:39

the that carburetor is so tiny it's very

07:41

small we're not getting any fuel it's

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crazy because if you looked up a Z50

07:46

anywhere on Craigslist Marketplace

07:48

whatever they're not worth very much

07:50

maybe 700 bucks maybe 1,200 bucks if you

07:53

look up this one the 86 Chrome Christmas

07:56

special seen these things sell as high

07:58

as $20,000

08:00

and that wasn't a fluke I think more

08:01

than one it's happened multiple times

08:04

yeah so there's no way that like I said

08:06

that that idle circuit is so small that

08:09

I don't think

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we'll I

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don't

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wow might be the most this bike ever ran

08:32

yeah that is so cool I will say this

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that is that's oil from a bike that's

08:38

never been ran or R

08:43

Ren that's straight up Dino

08:46

juice well that's amazing I love it that

08:50

is a great bike if there's any bike that

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I bought that might have just saved the

08:54

whole the whole lot it's that bike paid

08:58

$10,000 for it next is a motorcycle that

09:01

we never got in in America and that is

09:03

the uh this is called the gorilla the

09:05

Z50 gorilla and it's pretty much the

09:08

same thing as the uh as the Z50 and the

09:12

monkey and all those bikes except for it

09:14

just sits up taller see we get this

09:15

thing going to fire

09:17

up oh this has a lot more compression

09:21

that sounds good

09:27

too that could be a thing that could be

09:29

a thing yeah and then you could adjust

09:31

the Bars by turning this and the whole

09:32

bars come off you can put them in or out

09:34

or that might be less for adjustment and

09:36

more for uh storage purposes so the

09:39

buyer fees what's uh buyer's premium 10%

09:44

that's not horrible minimum I just paid

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133% oh your auction kleinfelder yeah I

09:50

bought a bike for a buddy last night and

09:52

it 13% where'd you get them a Java moped

09:56

oh cool Oh it's leaking

09:59

God gum tap it Craig give it a tap tap

10:01

tap it's really

10:04

leaking still

10:06

leaking yep yep should I try to start it

10:09

um I'm going kick it yep now we're

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good hey

10:18

hey nice look at that we have

10:26

her so I paid $3,000 for this

10:29

and after fees and all my expenses I'm

10:32

in this thing for around 4,300 bucks but

10:35

it's not really in the shape that I

10:37

thought it was in it's the wheels don't

10:39

really match but it does run really

10:41

really good and I'm pretty sure it's

10:43

streight legal so I'm going to say it's

10:45

worth at least 4,000 bucks to the right

10:48

buyer which still keeps me ahead of the

10:50

game but I'm not sure how long that will

10:52

last because I got some pretty big

10:55

mistakes coming

10:58

up hey I'm riding a

11:02

gorilla oh oh stay rotting stay rotting

11:06

I got two flat tires that is awesome

11:08

this is a neat bike yep all right so the

11:10

next bike and I don't I'm going to be

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honest with you I don't know why I

11:13

bought it actually it's awesome uh it's

11:16

two-stroke isn't it maybe it looks like

11:18

a little flat Flathead well it's air

11:20

cooled no fourstroke because it doesn't

11:23

have any sort of expansion chamber on

11:25

here yeah right and this here's um

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there's proba yeah there's like little

11:29

fan blades in there you see that it's

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like a little squirrel cage fan oh yeah

11:34

so that's blowing oh

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wait oh okay so then that creates air

11:40

and that's pulling air in and and

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putting it across the the motor okay

11:45

throwing out an idea we know it's very

11:47

simple it's very

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basic is there no transmission in it is

11:52

it just like you you just start it on

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the stand pull the clutch in and like a

11:57

moped yeah yeah maybe that's how a moped

12:01

is you start you start it

12:05

up well that's very no

12:09

compression what if you pull the clutch

12:19

in this thing sounds like a little

12:21

Ripper

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does okay well you want to be in the

12:26

center there it is

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wow that's a two stroke is it that's a

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two

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stroke oh it smells so good cool cool

12:41

this is such a cool little bike I paid

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$850 for it with fees and shipping I was

12:47

in it for about 2,000 bucks but in

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reality it's probably worth maybe at

12:51

most 1,500 bucks it is really really

12:54

cool though and it it's possible it

12:55

might has it might have a really

12:56

interesting backstory which I have not

12:59

discovered yet but it is Italian like

13:00

Ferrari and Lamborghini so maybe that's

13:03

maybe that's a thing this next bike

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looked really good from

13:06

stage in person was a completely

13:09

different story and the next bike we're

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going to do is the big beautiful V45

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Honda Interceptor it's a 4 cylinder V

13:20

configuration and it's a very very cool

13:24

bike going to let it waft

13:27

waft I think this whole bike has been I

13:30

think the whole bike has been painted

13:32

yeah that's not that's awful looking I

13:35

may have uh I may have jumped the gun

13:37

when I bought this I think it was it was

13:39

way it seemed way too

13:42

cheap of course we don't know if it runs

13:44

I'm well let's uh hook up to a jump box

13:46

and yeah let's see what we got give it

13:48

the old cgic

13:49

try thing on the thing will light

13:53

up when that turns we should see some

13:57

lights

13:59

okay that's good news something back

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here that's a thing that could be a

14:07

thing that choke

14:16

mhm if there's any one of these bikes

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maybe with the exception of the BMW

14:20

maybe even the Harley you're like Sean I

14:21

want to buy that bike off you shoot me

14:23

an email this is dripping fuel that's

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funny oh that's look yeah starts yep so

14:28

getting fuel oh it's nasty fuel though

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man I don't know if it's going to run on

14:33

that

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stuff all right go

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ahead

15:10

that might be running off the

15:24

gas which ones aren't

15:27

running

15:29

did it did it bike is

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fixed call me a mechanic for sale only

15:36

ridden on Sundays totally for sale all

15:39

it needs is a mirror ready to ride the

15:42

V45 was a huge disappointment I paid

15:46

1,500 bucks for it on stage when all

15:48

said and done I was in it for about

15:49

2,900 bucks I think it's worth at least

15:51

1,500 bucks to the right person maybe

15:53

it's for parts but it it was not it was

15:57

not that good looking of a bike 20t away

15:59

it looks pretty good though now let's go

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to the next bike which I'm sure you're

16:02

going to see why I'm so excited about

16:04

this thing as long as it actually works

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trials bike heck yeah the Alp I'm

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excited about this also I've been

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tossing around the idea of me and Craig

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going to like a trial School M learning

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how to trials ride I'd love to learn how

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to trials ride it has a um

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odometer speedometer that goes up to

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120 right 12

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at this final drive ratio yeah that's

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not going to happen got super cool

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vintage

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aars

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sticker dude that much compression got a

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lot of

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compression

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heyy ah look there's no clutch oh no

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clutch okay the clutch doesn't work so

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we're going to go this way

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go so the master the clutch cylinder the

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master cylinder is shot uh so we

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couldn't get it in gear for just to pull

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out but a little

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push yeah get that stance look all

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Z this is fun I kind of wish I had a

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clutch I would feel a little more uh

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conf Craig jump on

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it there's no

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seat I forgot there's no seat I love

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that bike let's put it back in let's get

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the next one running at first glance I

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stole this thing

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$1,400 for a trials motorcycle and with

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fees and everything I'm in it for around

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2500 bucks which I thought was I thought

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I was doing pretty good but trial's

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bikes aren't that valuable it is cool

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though but just not that valuable I

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think in reality it might be worth

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14,500 bucks but I might be saved by

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this bike the next bike is possibly one

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of the coolest bikes I got for the

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cheapest price I think I paid 1,300

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bucks for it the 350 BW is a very hard

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bike to find they're awesome and it

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looks like this thing was being ridden

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recently so the 350s were pretty

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rare yeah and they are

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awesome ain't dumb if it works

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right that's why I flew all the way down

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here it's like a warrior

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engine oh corers like it's on

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Rails I imagine that's what it's like

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driving like the Batman bike the back

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tire is so wide pretty

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cool kids choose your friends wisely and

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choose your shipping company even more

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wisely the first shipping company I