Just wanted to say, Great Site! My buddy always loved my T3/V7, and so when he saw the T3/V7 Sport at the show and purchased it thru MotoAuct He was very excited, and had great things to say about Jason and the site. I got a chance to see his purchase and not only did he get a great buy, he got a beautiful bike!
That's a good looking V7! Looks like a nice rider. I was watching the one that was posted on here. I wish I had the money for it. Beautiful bike.28-12-2017 04:18:25
I spotted an Enfield twin in your video! I own a true barn find '67 Interceptor. Unrestored mostly original condition. I am not currently buying or selling motorcycles but I would be very interested in buying and selling vintage motorcycle parts. I currently have extra parts for 650 Triumph, Wards Mojave and Cagiva Alazurra.
Good eye on spotting the Enfield in the video. It’s a full mechanical restoration by Mickey Peters. As far as parts go, we are working on a parts page that will soon be added to the site. Thanks for sharing! ~The Motoauct Team14-12-2017 15:45:15
This week, Motoauct was given this sad old 1978 Honda CB750. It had been living among the trees outside in the elements. It was last registered in 1987. Stay tuned for more updates...I think we will document a full restoration of this bike right here on this site. This old CB is the perfect blank canvas. Not sure what platform it should take in its new life. Maybe some feedback from the community?
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I enjoy building, buying, and collecting motorcycles. I am excited about this new motor auction site and hope it continues to grow. The bidding is much more fair than that of eBay and the mandatory registering of a credit card insures that there are no false bidders. I look forward to bidding on and buying classic bikes from this site.......
Nice Bikes!09-12-2017 23:50:02
We built this site for you! Thanks for the kind words. Jason and Jason~ The Motoauct Team09-12-2017 08:08:19
Nice Little collection of bikes! That BMW is beautiful! Feel the same way about this site. Looking forward to watching it grow.09-12-2017 02:33:50
Just completed our first purchase with "Motoauct". We had met Jason at the IMS show at Long Beach and viewed the website for new listings. This resulted in our purchase of a beautiful Moto Guzzi. The bidding and closing transactions were seamless. Looking forward to doing business with "Motoauct" in the future. Thanks again Jason. Steve and Dana
Just joined the group and I'm excited to see how things go with this site. These are a few of my bikes. I enjoy the usual and unusual and currently working on a couple of 1973 Suzuki GT550's which one will need to go. I hope being in Canada does not deter folks from considering bikes from here as we have a lot of winter and many nice examples that sit in storage 6 to 7 months a year. Importing them is a breeze as we have don't have title issues as our bill of sale document is considered title for our government. The 1970 CT70's I did the restoration on them.
Nice little line up of bikes there! Nice job on the CT70's. Gonna be Selling that Hercules any time soon?04-12-2017 00:34:49
Good looking set of twins!24-11-2017 02:12:08
Hey! Canada loves old bikes too! Welcome to the family.24-11-2017 02:11:23
Welcome! Thank you for joining our community!23-11-2017 16:30:47
Motoauct is attending the 2017 International Motorcycle Show. More pics and videos to come. Hope to see you there!
I would love to have been there! Hope you guys did well.18-11-2017 14:04:45
I'd like to add to this social page. This was my 1977 Ducati 900 GTS. I purchased this bike in Simi Valley, CA from a dealership of all places. It showed an amazing 6500 original miles on the clock. It needed a thorough going through after I purchased it. Someone had replaced the ignition system with an Lucas Rita system. It had failed at some point, which is why, I'm guessing it was for sale. Parts are nearly impossible to source for these odd ball Italian beauties. The carbs suffered from years of sitting with old fuel leaking into them from the lacquered tank and inoperative fuel valves. The tires were cracked and flat-spotted from sitting in one place for a decade. Despite all of that, the bones were there. After stripping that ugly seat, and sourcing a new ignition system, in addition to so many other things on the list, this bike owes me a ton of money. No matter. It will never be sold. It rides like a dream. Endless hours of carving the twisties and some long range touring have made this bike among my favorite on the short list of bikes I think everyone should own. As they become increasingly more rare, I'd advise scooping one up in any condition when you see one.
Oh, the things we choose to part with. This was a 100% original 1969 Norton Commando 750 S. I bought it from the original owner who said he never got along with it, so chose to ride his 69 Triumph instead. I found this years ago, sitting in a shed, next to his old, clapped out Triumph. I wasn't going home without it. These old 750s made immense power for the day. Museum quality in every way...sadly I let it go. Reflecting back on all of the bikes I've let go over the years, this one should have remained. Maybe in the next life!
Isn't that the way it goes! You never fully appreciate them until they are gone. Reminiscing gets me every single time.15-10-2017 19:52:23