Rascal's PowerSports Plus
13 Stafford Road
Holland, Michigan-01521, USA

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It is a Model 104 and is a 350cc 2 stroke. This bike has had a complete frame and motor restoration, many updates and modifications to make it a race ready and effective bike. It has sleeved motor cases, cylinder clean up and porting, barnett clutch, custom paint and powder coating, anodized sun rims and stainless spokes and nipple sets, the wheel hubs have also been relined for better performance. It also has proggressive suspension shocks, updated fork springs and mods, Left hand shift, and right brake modification, wide footpegs, as well as renthal vintage bars, all new contols and cables, chain and sprockets, cadium plated hardware, twin air air filters, Coated exhaust system, tumbled finish head, and numerous polished items as well as hours of updates and finish work. This is a proven national winner bike.
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This is a bike I bought back in 1998, it was in rough shape but was a good core to start with. It has a frame up restoration including complete engine rebuild, with steel sleeved motor cases, rebuilt crank, resleeved cylinder with first over wiseco piston, barnett clutch, new primary chain, all new brgs, gasket and seals. The paint is fresh and perfect, it is not the original red color but has original decals and checker board design, it has proggressive suspension shocks, all new controls and cables, new rear brake mastercylinder and rotor, and updated r-caliper mount and steel braided line. It also has a 38mm mikuni carb, K&N Air filter, Jemco coated exhaust, and this bike rips! Another option about this model is it will take a 360cc top end. There is still a list of other goodies and updates which are available upon request, but all I can say is this is a proven winner of a bike, and is AHRMA legal. Thanks for looking. Rascal
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This is a 1974 CZ400, this bike was built by my uncle Bob Bertrand, Bob has been a welder and fabricator for 30 plus years, he is the best and does all our welding needs and then some. Bob has been out of racing for a good 20 yrs or so and we got him intersted in the vintage again. Once the bike was purchased, look out. This bike also has extensive mods to it, the list grew as Bob owned it. It has a custom alloy tank that just looks killer, it has a cylinder reed conversion, mikuni carb, electronic ignition, snail pipe, YZ front wheel and brakes, titanium hardware, custom made chromalloy swingarm, proggressive shocks, and a ton of hours and detail. I got to ride this bike and I will tell you it is only a 4 speed but that is more than enough, it runs awesome, handles great, and is one light weight vintage bike. I believe he weighed it at just over 200lbs. The only problem I had with it, was keeping the front wheel on the ground. Love the bike, keep up the good work Bob. Thanks again for looking.
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This is a 1971 Honda SL175, the owner of this bike is Kurt Siegmund. I became friends with Kurt a few years ago and after working on a few of his beautiful group of collectible Hondas this is the newest addition. Kurt has a collection of various CB, CL, CT, SL, XL, and probably a few other super rare and nice Honda motorcycles. This SL was brought to me a couple of seasons ago in a couple of plastic totes, with the motor remains of 2 bikes. We then began the process of picking the best parts, processing items, and the re-assembly of the motor. At the completion of the engine I received the rolling chassis to finish the project. It has been a long painful journey for Kurt to build this bike, as he has resourced every NOS item for this bike, and it is a show stopper, and work of art. It has been a challenge for me as well but the final product makes me smile and the family and friend behind this bike is what makes what we do worth while. Thanks Kurt for all your support, it is appreciated. Thanks for looking.
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This bike was built during the first year of the Reed valve Magnesium engine, and other magnesium chassis and motor parts, It is a full restoration with numerous upgrades, footpegs, Billet triple clamps and swingarm, fork internal update, tapered Bars, Custom paint work, New front and rear fenders, Black Sun Rims, HD Moose tubes, Trellborg tires, New stainless spoke and nipple sets, new sprockets and chain, brakes, PVL Ignition, Six speed engine transmission conversion along with big clutch update. The engine also had crank rebuild, wiseco piston and fresh bore, new main Brgs, all gaskets and seals replaced, also a Vintage Iron pipe, all new control cables, Throttle, grips, kill switch, new style Magura split perch lever assemblys, Mikuni carb conversion, new Uni air filter. Labor on this bike involved numerous hours of custom Mods, hardware change and upgrades, and many coffee and patience breaks to keep me going. These bikes known as the Husky Mags are very collectible and also a very competitive vintage race bike, they where supposed to be a copy of the bike Ridden By Heikki Mikola in 1973, who in 1974 was world champion for Husqvarna. My advice for the people in the Market, by one ready to ride unless you really have alot of time and money, and enjoy the building of the bikes.
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This bike is a 1974 Husqvarna CR450 Husqvarna. It is a bike we purchased in super nice condition and did some final preporations to make it race ready as well as some beneficial competition updates. Progressive Suspension Shocks, Footpeg Modifications and Relaced wheel assemblys, and Mikuni Carb update. We call it the torque Monster, and it is fun.
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A 1974 CR400 Husqvarna we purchased out of Colorada from VMX-Pert, the Manufacturer of the Billet Swingarm (shown on the Husky CR250 Mag in our list of Vintage bikes. This CR400 has had a few modifications such as Betor Aluminum triple clamps, Progressive Suspension Shocks, Circle-F Exhaust, Mikuni Carb and Air filter Modifications, (for more Leg clearance) Renthal Vintage High Bars, Aluminum Fuel tank, and a few days worth of Comp tuning by me, to make it Racers beware Ready! This is not the prettiest bike we run, but it is fast and the holeshot Monster. Its nickname is the Jailbird, and thats another whole story in itself. It will be getting a cosmetic restore later in the 2004 season.
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This is a 1976 Montesa Cota 348 trials bike. This is a bike I took in trade on a modern trials bike I had for sale at the shop. I should have taken photos of the core as it was in pretty rough shape and did not look like this. The frame has had a footpeg modification, been repainted, the tank and seat unit have been repainted, aftermarket front and rear fenders. It has a mikuni carb update, renthal bars, all new controls and cables, radial tires, and an aftermarket silencer that was on the bike. After countless hours of cleaning, painting and detail work, here is the bike. As far as the motor on this bike it ran perfectly, shifted great and as usual the Montesa quality made this a great bike, we have pulled the top end just to check, the piston was still in new spec! after 28yrs, not bad is it Put in some fresh rings and gasket and it runs like a top. It was purchased last year by Craig Robbins of Mass, and has competed at a few vintage events, and done very well. Craig hopes to ride more in Vintage events in 2004. VIVA Montesa. Thanks for Looking.
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This bike was built and restored for the recent 30th Reunion ride for the ISDT Veterans and friends. It has various engine updates including Rod conversion update (stronger bigger item) wiseco piston and fresh bore, and all crank and transmission shafts have been shimmed to improve shift operation and performance. This bike has also had all paint and polish work done, all new cables and controls, brakes, chain and sprockets, lights and wiring, also updated to 12volt. It also has updated footpegs and mounts, and all motor gaskets, seals, brgs, and clutch were replaced. There was over a 100 hours of time put into this bike restoration so a price is tough to say, but it ran great at the ISDT ride and another beautiful classic bike will live to see 30 more years of use. Thanks for looking.
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This is a 1977 Ossa ST-1 dirt track bike that is owned by my Dad. It came stock with a champion chrome frame, and fiberglass, and a tuned GP motor. Back in the mid 70's when I started dirt track racing (on a Honda XR75) here in New England only a few of these bikes were around. The Importer for Ossa, John Taylor was auctually located here in Upstate NY and they were the Hot items, as the 80's came and the Japanese took over the offroad and competition markets from most of the Europeons. Our rides and minds changed especially mine being 17 and wanting to win races more than anything. The vintage bug did not get me until I was 35. Now it is 25 plus years later and after dozens of bench racing stories about wishing we had gotten one of these bikes, the right deal came through. We got this bike out of NH. Some of its updates are a carillo rod, coated piston, mikuni carb, auctual hydraulic rear caliper and a few little tweaks here and there. It is an awesome bike and beautiful to look at, and every time Dad gets the chance to let this baby rip, whether it is at a AHRMA national 1/2 mile, or a local short track, the smiles and good times are better than any trophy or money could buy, (P.S. but winning is good too!). And the one thing we are finding out now is the old saying, "the older I get the faster I was". Thanks for looking. Take care,
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This is a 1974 Suzuki TM400. The owner and builder of this bike is our Polisher Bill Renaud, he does super quality work and is a great friend. I helped with the purchase of the core bike, it did not look like this when we got it, and also with the purchase of some parts, and relacing the rear wheel. Other than that Bill is the proud builder and owner of this awesome bike. This bike has so much detail work to it I don't know where to start. Bill is the polish king of the world, and this bike shows it, the aluminum on this bike looks like chrome as well as all the custom graphics, cleaning and paint detail, and extreme qaulity to detail. This is the original tank and paint, frame has been painted as well as footpegs modified, swingarm mod, vintage iron pipe, vintage suzuki fenders, mulholland shocks, skid plate. Bill is another friend that is new to the Vintage world and has fallen victim to the old bike syndrome, it's great. He did not get to compete with the TM in 2003 as it was being built, we did get one test day at the end of the season, and it was sweet. It has a flywheel weight and we are trying to get it geared right, but next year look out, the holeshot king will be back. Awesome job Bill keep up the great work. Thanks for looking.
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Built 1974-1975. Really none of the other Japanese manufactures ever made a mini trials bike, these bikes were super tough and alot of fun. Beat up junk when we received it, it has a full restoration including motor rebuild and cosmetic detailing. Alot of work goes into restoring these old bikes and you wonder why you do it, but when I think about the 8 year old boy that is going to get it and it is his first real dirt bike, it makes it all worth while, remembering what it was like for me to see one back in 1974. Enough of that as it makes me remember how old we are getting! Thanks for looking. Rascal.
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