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1967 Gilera 106SS


#1

I picked up this classic motorcycle this spring and it has been nothing but a pain in the butt, yet I still seem to really enjoy it. Not sure if that makes me crazy or not!

It’s not a factory correct bike but it sure is fun to ride after learning the intricacy of right side shift and a GP style shift pattern.


#2

I have a 1966 106CC Sears also. Lusted over them bad as a kid. Finally got my hands on one as an adult 25 years ago. Finally retired and its been sitting waiting for me to bring it back to life. Its next on my restoration projects.


#3

How much work does your need?

This one needs some basic items, top of the list being a brake light switch.


#4

LOL allot.
I was about 30 miles from home and saw an old man throwing stuff out of his garage. I spotted the tail light of the Sears (that’s how bad I wanted one). I turned around and said to the guy (tired of the mess?) Yep I’m cleaning it out. What about the Sears? its going too. How much? $50. I said sold and brought it home. Mostly all there. Rough but restorable. I’m working on my 1950 Harley Hydra Glide now so the Sears is still waiting.