This bike has a title.
asking $4,500 but willing to entertain offers
Bought this 1952 DB202 out of Elgin Ill. It is very complete, but needs a new wiring harness. New harness is provided with bike. Lost tactile sensation in my finger tips and can't install it myself. This little bike has a title soo long that it carries two pages of signatures. One of the signers\ owners of this bike was Buzz Walneck of Walneck Cycle Trader. Asking $4500. The leather saddle bags are period authentic, but are getting a little bit dry. No dents in the sheet metal. Looks like someone incorporated an oiler, kinda like one finds on a tractor, to add oil to the gas rather than having to mix oil and gas together. Doesn't appear to hurt anything but can easily be removed. Not positive that paint is original though it is period correct. Motorcycle is a 1952 DB202. First titled in 1953 in Ohio.
All prices subject to discussion. Don't like my prices make an offer. The worst that can happen is you might get turned down. Prefer personal check or Postal money order(s), or bank wire transfer for motorcycle sales. Once all banks give me their OKs on check payments then the buyer can pickup or make arraignments for shipping.
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