Selling my '65 Sears/Puch Sabre

I just don't have the time for this project. Though it's really not

much of a project. It needs a new primary gear (there's one for sale

on ebay right now, and they're out there in general), and the header needs

to be tweaked a little to mate with the cylinder a little better. You're looking at a

couple hours or work, maybe.

There is some light surface rust in the tank, but nothing one night in

a gallon of vinegar wont clean up completely. It has perfect, giant

blue spark and is in great shape aside from that gear. It does run and

will run. This is a three-speed manual-shift 50cc motorcycle. Small

enough that you could probably get away with a moped sticker, but I

also had a friend do the Maine title-runaround, so this has all the

paperwork that you need to have it titled here in Mass or most anywhere else.

Has the stock 19mm Bing and pipe. Stock this will do mid to high 40s

(but manual shift means as much torque as you want). A new pipe and

you'll be in the 50s.

$600 OBO

This will be a super fun and reliable summer ride. More power

than a moped, smaller than a motorcycle.

Re: Selling my '65 Sears/Puch Sabre

so gorgeous.

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I would perfer that over my 60"s Honda Sport 50 c110...Nice Puch

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Should be a 4 speed gearbox.

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you're right. my mistake.

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I think I sold ya the tool boxes.

And free bump.

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did you have this registered as a motocycle already or moped?

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it is currently not registered in mass. but it comes with its previous registration from maine, which, since its an antique and not required to be titled, is good enough to register anywhere with no problems.

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Trade for these? Mobys

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was it previously registered as a motorcycle is what im trying to find out, i would liketo register it as a class c moped :) but that would be impossible if it was already done as Class A

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yeah, it was registered as a motorcycle. i guess you could just pretend that registration never existed, and maybe that would be good enough. i dont know how things work in your state, though.

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also thanks, but not really interested in trades.

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previous registration makes alot of headaches go away, but no paper means notorized bill of sale, and alot of forms......i might be able to be done but prob not worth the hassle or risk. they give a temporary title then do a search up in albany, not sure if the vin# would pop up in the system, if it does then im stuck

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oh well, probably for the best. it really is a motorcycle by most states definition.

it never had plates in maine. whether that makes any difference, i dont know.

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maine doesnt title bikes under 300cc so the maine registration is the title for another state that requires titles

all you do is take that reg and bill of sale(signed with the name thats on the reg) to the dmv pay the ridiculous fees and its done and the title will be in the mail

i do it all the time its not hard

jay m good luck with the sale its a sweet bike it should sell fast

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it really is nice. im only selling it because im in a temporary financial pinch. if i can recover and still have the bike i'll do the full restore. which basically means i will install that replacement gear and repaint.

and that is indeed correct about the maine thing. the bike is now fully titleable in any state. also, it is so insanely cheap to register a motorcycle in maine that it blew my mind.

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yeah same in NH its like $35 for any bike over 15 years old

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