Classic is almost worthless today, and there is no good reason for that. It is maybe a way of the world now. For example, classic motorcycles from 1980’s cost pretty, especially if we compare their maintenance with modern bikes. Some vintage Harley Davidsons reach the shocking price of $40,000 to $50,000. Those rare rides are definitely pricey, and they should be. The names like Honda, Triumph or Norton are synonymous for high quality, but many of the owners give up on these valued machines. Someone can think that they are worthless today, but these motorcycles will never be the garbage and people that love bikes will always adore them. Many of them are pretty cheap right now and seem valueless, but who knows better than real two-wheel fans.
16. SUZUKI GS 750
This is the first of the Suzuki’s GS Series motorcycles, and it packs a four-cylinder engine. The GS 750 was released in November 1976 being the first four-stroke machine that was made by Suzuki. Many models of this bike became well respected in the world of racing, especially in the AMA Superbike Championship. It was produced between 1976 and 1987 and was really pricey for that period. Now, this model goes for $2,500, and this is a shockingly low price for a classic bike such as this one.