Collection for Classic Motorcycle Investments – With the development of the era of classic motorbikes, they also have rapid price developments, with that many investors have made classic motorbikes as material for investment.
Classic motorbikes do not die. Even though new motorbikes with contemporary designs continue to appear, classic motorbikes remain captivating. That’s why the classic motorcycle market is never empty of enthusiasts.
Some classic motorbikes are still being targeted at used motorcycle exchanges. The everlasting design, high durability, and historical value make these bikes the target of collectors.
1. Yamaha L2 Super
Before the RX King became the king of the streets in the 1990-2009 era, Yamaha had produced a two-stroke L2 (series) motorbike. This 92 cc engine motorbike officially paved to the country at the end of 1976. At that time it was still originally assembled from Japan.
L2 has adopted the autolube lubrication system technology, aka the side oil is separate from the fuel tank. Just like the Kawasaki Ninja 2 not. While the transmission is 3 speed with a headlamp, stop lamp and round turn signal.
The success of the L2 led Yamaha to launch the latest versions in the early 1980s, namely the Yamaha L2G and L2 Super. At that time, the L2’s toughest rivals came from the Honda S90 (4-stroke) and the Suzuki A100 (2-stroke).
2. Yamaha DT 100
Yamaha DT 100 is still the belle of classic motorcycle lovers. This trail motorbike is equipped with a 100cc engine. Yamaha launched this motorbike starting in the 70s and until now it is still a target.
Anyway, this motorbike is increasingly popular after appearing in several big screen films to become a trail bike icon at that time. Now the DT 100 motorbike can still be found on online buying and selling sites for Rp. 15 – Rp. 25 million.
3. Honda CB 100
This Honda motorbike is also still at the top of the hunt for classic motorbikes in Indonesia. Especially when it appeared in the film Dilan, making this motorbike more and more hunted by classic motorcycle lovers.
The Honda CB 100 entered Indonesia around the 70s. A very simple and minimalist design is the main strength of this motorbike. For those of you who want to own this motorbike, get ready to spend IDR 10- IDR 20 million.
4. Kawasaki Binter
The Kawasaki KZ200 or often called the Kawasaki Binter Merzy is one of the legendary motorbikes that are still in demand today. Including the luxury motorbike of its time. Kawasaki Binter began circulating on the streets of the country since 1980.
Even though it only lasted six years of sales, the Kawasaki Binter still has enthusiasts to this day. Because this motorbike is usually used as a cutom motorbike, because its 200cc engine is famous for being stubborn. Currently the Kawasaki Binter has a market price of around Rp. 15 million – Rp. 30 million.
5. Vespa PX 150
The presence of scooter matic in Indonesia did not make classic scooters lose their prestige. Scooter lovers are definitely no stranger to this one motorbike, yup the Vespa PX 150 is one of the best-selling PX series. Even though there was a new version of this series in 2012, the classic version of the PX 150 is still a game.
This Vespa PX 150 has been a legend in Indonesia since the 80s. Having an everlasting design, the PX series is considered to be the most perfect by lovers. The price of the Vespa PX 150 is currently priced at around Rp. 10 – Rp. 20 million.