At some point he came to disagreement with other senior director Pere Permanyer about withdrawing from racing, which leaded even to founding new company. Here is the boss before going to my welder. All bearings cleaned and greased or replaced. These bikes are becoming rare and have always been very desirable. Due to industrial unrest and market pressures, Bultaco production closed in 1979. Again, For the last several of decades+. Fresh assembly grease throughout was a nice tip off to good things to come.
Note to new bidders:Bidders with fewer than 10 transactions must contact me before making a bid to verify your seriousness about purchasing. On March 24, 1959 Bultaco held a press day and launched its first bike, the road-going 125cc Bultaco Tralla 101, named after the Spanish word for whiplash. As an economy measure, Permanyer the majority shareholder felt that the company should withdraw from racing. Please ask any questions before bidding. I dropped off the cases today with my friend for the welding and hopefully I'll get my list of parts and crank back next week or so.
Perhaps the most famous Bultaco model is the Sherpa T, a trials bike, which revolutionised the sport in the 1960s. Please contact me for more info or to come see it. To get a Very Fair Deal on Shipping. The smaller one part 144. I am trying to remember. It is sold on a bill of sale no title. The bikes were initially named Bultaco Sherco's, then in 2000 the bikes became 'Sherco by Bultaco' and in 2001 the Bultaco name was dropped altogether.
Category - Engine 125 Posted Over 1 Month This is a beautifully restored 5 speed, 125cc Sherpa T. Frame still has the original stickers!! He was a friend and a great person. . You need to get the quotes yourself. Please ask any questions before bidding. That is probably the worst thing on the whole motorcycle.
Bike is missing the headlight and taillight but complete besides that. Excellent parts availability keeps them at the front of the pack still today. Has never been raced - only ridden on a few practice tracks. Type Swinging arm with hydraulic dampening 2. This bike will draw attention at your next vintage event! Buyer responsible for shipping - I can assist - but will not travel too far with the bike. The very friend I bought it from suggested I put a 125 motor in it since I was telling him I should have bought a 125 since I really like riding them and it would be fun for the club events. Think About it , if You pass this Baby Up.
As soon as the left side shift came out 1974 everyone gravitated to it and the right side shift was forgottten. I will not arrange shipping. Bike is located inSan Juan Capistrano California and is available for inspection by appointment. The kids are grown, so it is time to get them rolling again. These bikes dominated the racing circuits in the 80's and are still a force to be reckoned with by their innovative design and durability. They are undrilled, and normally require trimming for length and component clearance.
Think About it if You pass this Beauty Up. Spanish Post-war Road and Racing Motorcycles. To do this properly, Get as Many Competitive Rates as you can so you will know when a fair rate presents it'self. Next I will move to the buffing wheel to get a good polish. I would get as many Quotes as possible. Category - Engine - Posted Over 1 Month I have for sale a Model 100 non matching numbers Bultaco 125 Pursang.
If you look through the big hole in the case you'll notice the shift arm that hooks to the other linkage pieces. Her Excellent Balance of this Wonderful Bike. Bultaco motorcycles were mainly powered by single-cylinder, air cooled, two stroke engines, but they also made water cooled versions. At that time trials was almost exclusively a British sport using big heavy machines. But if you are shopping it would ship from a business address with a fork lift it makes shipping cheaper. Bike is Located in Oregon City, Oregon 97045 Trim Model 125 Category - Engine - Posted Over 1 Month Great looking bike! So I guess the vintage races does not include a separate class and event for 125cc bikes with right side shifting.
Just to give you some Perspective on how little use this bike has experienced. Lots of 600 grit sanding with an omni-directional sander, hand sanding with 320 to get rid of the bigger scratches uncovered then wet sanding with 600 grit again. Earlier this year I bought an awesome 1975 Bultaco 250 Pursang from a friend. Again, a very simple task but since I don't have the shifter or the finished hole through the case I'm not 100% sure I took enough off. Very nice fenders with a huge range of applications. If you just want to Vintage Race this bike. It's in awesome condition so it's literally a remove and replace sort of thing, except for the chain and sprockets.