2005-06-09 at 3:31 am #11142
November 12, 2002
Looking for a 67sear Gilera parts, it is a 106 i need a gasget set valve points and a flywheel puller — athaaar at mail.fortschools.org2005-06-09 at 3:33 am #12972
November 10, 2002
Sitting quietly in the corner of my garage is a 1966 106 SS. I purchased it new in ’66 as a replacement for the first one I had, which met with a tragic end. It still runs and everything is functional though it doesn’t look very pretty any longer.
My question is: does it have any value, other than a momento, and would it be worth restoring? Again maybe it would only be of value to me. I have the original owners manual and the original title (for whatever that’s worth). I discovered your site today, trying to get info on the 106SS. I’d be happy to hear from anyone else that has a 106 and would like to share their thoughts on the subject. — Cary — RetToMN04 at aol.com2005-06-09 at 3:34 am #12973
October 29, 2002
I have 3 Sears 106’s, and one 124, all were made by Gilera. I am looking for a set of SEARS tank badges or decals, also need speedo cable, and seat or seat cover along with many other parts. Any response will be appreciated. I have an original manual for the 106, and it is very detailed, if interested, I will send a copy to you for just the postage cost, Thanks, Ken Pittman 1227 Pendleton Drive, Altamonte Springs, Florida 32714 — kpittman4 at cfl.rr.com
October 29, 2002
I have a 1965 Sears 106, and need a brake light switch desperatly, also a speedometer cable housing, any one out there have any laying around? any response would be greatly appreciated, thanks, Ken Pittman 407-682-1836, in Florida — kpittman4 at cfl.rr.com2005-06-09 at 3:37 am #12974
December 15, 2000
I have more Gilera 106cc items I will swap or sell and a good working knowledge for these bikes.
Woody — woodystephenson at hotmail.com2005-06-09 at 3:38 am #12975
November 26, 2001
I have an old Sears 106 motorcycle that I would like to sell. It could be restored or used for parts. It turns over and has compression. It is missing the rear shocks and a muffler. The tank is in good shape. — Clyde Gorman — cgorman at artaban.com2005-06-09 at 3:39 am #12976
November 9, 2000
I have the original Sear’s 106SS manual and parts listing. I also have an extra parts bike with some things I may part with (especially engine components except a piston).
A recent addition is a montogomery wards 125cc motorcycle. I don’t plan to restore this and It would be a good candidate for it, let me know if this interests you.
woodystephenson at hotmail.com2005-06-09 at 3:41 am #12977
November 6, 2000
I’m an editor at Cycle World magazine, and I’m looking for SoCal owners of a pristine, show-quality Gilera 106SS or SR124. Both were sold by Sears during the late 60s. I’m doing a story, and might need studio photos of one or both of the bikes. Can anyone help?
Thanks for your time,
Wendy Black — wblack at hfmmag.com2005-06-09 at 7:23 am #12978
February 15, 2000
Our family owns several 106ss. My father and each of his siblings bought one one when sears sold them in the 60’s. Hopefully my sons will be able to keep the tradition. But parts or scarce. We are in need of piston and rings. Any help would be appreciated.
chris clmoody at isp.com Thanks.
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November 3, 1999
I have 5 Sears 106SS bikes. My best one is showroom (like new ) condition and my worst one is complete and ready for restoration. I need to sell one bike to make room in my garage. — Carl — CWatts2955 at aol.com2005-12-19 at 3:47 pm #12980
I have some very nice 124 parts available,and want to locate a
few 106 pieces as well.
765-342-96892012-11-16 at 3:55 pm #12981
Hello in the prcess of restoring a 1967 gilera 106ss and i need a head gasket a speedometer cable also a throttle cable so let me know if anyone has one
contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org and title the subject gilera
or at 4402812648 thankyou2012-11-18 at 1:37 am #129822012-11-27 at 1:03 pm #12983
Thank you will check it out
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