Hi Scott. I've bought and sold a lot of bikes, so I have some experience in replying to this. The hot bed for classic bikes is eBay, and it has been for some time. A lot of highend bikes are on there, and even the prototype Sandcast CB750 sold on there. Project bikes also do well. Just make sure you have good keywords in your title so buyers will find the bike (for instance, if the way 99% of people spell it is KZ750 rather than "spectre 750" then spell it the common way). That'll help increase the view count, and that is what matters. If the bike is immaculate then it might be accepted by one of the online auction companies now like Bring a Trailer. That is always worth a shot. You can wing it and do a no reserve auction, but make sure your pictures are perfect and highlight the bike. Online buyers want to minimize their risk and unknown, and the best way to do this is not have photos leave anything to the imagination.
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