Bikes For Sale at Scottie's Workshop

SOLD! 1965 R60/2 Duchess Restoration in Turf green - $22500
Restored to Duchess standard by Scottie's Workshop in 2014 - about 1000 miles since restoration
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SOLD!  Harry's very clean R60/2  -- $11,500
Partially restored over 20 years ago and never assembled. The engine, transmission and final drive were built by my mentor, Joe Groeger, but never run....just put on a shelf for the restoration project that got postponed and postponed. The frame and bodywork were painted and striped and joined the powertrain on the shelf. On the shelf it sat for many years. The owner of the bike decided a year or two ago to put the bike together and brought us the bike for assembly and finishing. The motor starts, easily, runs quietly. The transmission shifts well and the new pipes have a good sound. Good new brake shoes and new Metzeler tires. Rides straight and makes good power. Idles good. Everything works. Clean CA title. Very good near-flawless paint. Matching numbers. It is a very pretty machine and it must be sold!

SOLD!  BMW R60/2 with Meier 6 gallon Sporttank - $11000
This well loved R60/2 starts and runs well, has a lovely patina and needs practically nothing except a new seat cover. Rare and desirable Meier 6 Gallon "Sporttank" for more than 200 miles of range. Second Denfeld "tractor" seat.

SOLD! 1966 BMW R60/2. "Randy" - $11500 
Matching numbers. Motor and transmission built by Joe Groeger about 20 years ago, but sat on the shelf, never run. Chassis was powdercoated decades ago but has some scratches due to long term storage. Same with bodywork. New brakes and tires, lots of new hardware and rubber items. This past winter the bike was sent to Scottie's Workshop and we built the bike and tuned it. It runs great and is really a wonderful rider.

1962 R69S  "Cranston" - $12500
61 Production date, Formally owned by late Jim Cranson, a long time MOA member who took good care of this machine for the many decades  he owned and rode it. Tuned and serviced by Scottie's Workshop. Runs like a soaring eagle, and needs nothing. Triple matching numbers.  Recent addition: dual seat removed and replaced with a brand new Denfeld solo tractor seat. Dixie pipes have been removed and replaced with factory chrome "S" pipes. Would make a great summer ride!

R69S Non Matching bike with Enduro bags and Dixie pipes - $12500
A non matching R69S, formally owned by the late Rick Rosenlund, who used the bike to tour Europe with his wife. The bike has a deep patina but runs extremely well and makes a wonderful rider. Has original Enduro luggage with all the original Zeus fasteners intact. Dixie pipes sound wonderful. Electrical items all working, as well as the transmission and brakes working well.

SOLD!  1967 R69S - $12500 
This matching R69S has 80k well cared for miles. At 67,000 the heads were rebuilt by Capital Cycle and new 2nd over pistons.  New stainless mufflers and chrome headers at 75,000 mi. Additional photos at

R60/2 Non Matching "The Gray Ghost" - $15000
This Scottie's Workshop custom machine was built as "The Ultimate Vintage Touring Machine". It all started when Scottie's realized he had a full set of Wixom Ranger touring fairings and bags. We scoured the Workshop for parts and found an R60/2 frame and clean title.  The luggage was refurbished with new seals, hinges and locks; the frame and bodywork was painted Bristol gray. We rebuilt a crank, married it to a motor block using new KS pistons, refurbished cylinder heads, new Powerdynamo electronic ignition and 12v 180w charging system, GPS travel computer, a shop-built heavy duty sub frame (which holds the luggage, trunk and rear fender - the entire rear section easily removes to permit rear wheel removal!), Denfeld seating was recovered in Mercedes Benz heavy duty vinyl upholstery with white piping, Koni shocks, Yamaha XJ900 dual front disc brakes with new stainless lines and BMW 14mm master cylinder, BMW /6 handlebar controls, LED lamps, ceramic coated Hoske pipes, Avon tires, and much more! Are you looking for a strange and unusual /2 that is a blast to ride and really turns heads?  Look no further.

1975 BMW R90S - $15000
Scottie's Workshop purchased this 21k mile R90S from the original owner's son-in-law with all records and a lovely set of Krauser luggage with keys, all the factory keys, all the original manuals, original tool kit, and service records since zero miles. It was treated to a disassembly and major service by Scottie's Workshop: electrical system overhaul, replaced weathered connectors and a new Odyssey battery. Also, Service II, Glasurit Daytona paint and stripes by Scottie's Workshop, Gustaffsen screen, rebuilt gauges by Palo Alto Speedometer and a new reproduction unit gauge cluster housing and glass lenses and rubber hoods. VDO oil pressure and temperature clusters. Scottie has been riding this bike regularly for the past year or two.  Excessive oil consumption prompted Scottie to send the original pistons and bores to Boretech for nikasil and honing to 0.0015". New complete Keihan stainless steel exhaust system, Corbin seating, and much much more!  This machine is king of the road in so many ways. If you have been looking for a solid R90S to show, daily ride or take on adventures, this is your next bike.

Scottie's CB750F - $12500
A custom cafe racer build by Scottie's Workshop with many handmade parts and upgrades including: rebuilt motor and transmission featuring Wiseco 836cc pistons, Goldwing forks and rear swingarm (2" stretch), 680 chain and sprocket set, handmade rear sets, handmade triple tree by Scottie's Workshop, front and rear air suspension, custom bodywork by Scottie's Workshop. This CB750 is entirely over the top! 

SOLD! 1983 R65LS - $1750 or best offer
Very tastefully modified: frame strengtheners, larger center stand, larger sidestand, windshield, headlamp modulator, performance shocks, new battery. Runs but has low compression LHS.