H&H Classics | An Auction of Classic Motorcycles & Vintage Scooters

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An Auction of Classic Motorcycles & Vintage Scooters

12th July 2023, National Motorcycle Museum

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1949 Vincent HRD Black Shadow

One of only 41 ‘HRD’ series C Shadows

Estimate: £55,000 - £65,000*

• Thought to be one of only 41 HRD Series C Shadows

• Includes a recently issued VOC dating certificate

• Copy of original works build sheet and a current V5C

Find out more on page 160

*All hammer prices are subject to a Buyer’s Premium of 15% plus VAT

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Notes for intending purchasers

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In the case of Commission, Telephone and Online Internet bidding, the following increments will apply.

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Premium

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Motorcycles 15% (minimum of £50)

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H&H is acting as the agent of the Seller in offering his lot for sale by auction. We cannot and do not inspect each lot in detail to verify the Seller’s description - often we only see it shortly before the Sale. Therefore, we cannot and do not take responsibility for the condition of the lot or the accuracy of its description. This is the reason for our very specific terms as to roadworthiness (Condition 19.1) and absence of warranties (Condition 12.1), which intending purchasers should read carefully.

Commission / Telephone Bids

We will make reasonable efforts to execute commission and telephone bids when instructed provided they are received by 5pm the day before the Sale. Lot(s) will be bought as cheaply as is allowed by other bids and reserves. Where more than one commission bid is submitted at the same winning amount, the commission bid submitted to the Auctioneer first will be the winning bid. We reserve the right to request a refundable deposit of approximately 10% of the intended bid amount.

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Payment

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Vehicle Identity and Competition History

Any motor vehicle is sold as a collector’s item and not as a means of transport. Buyers are specifically warned that any vehicle sold as such may well have had parts replaced and paint renewed or be made up of parts from other vehicles the condition of which may be difficult to establish. The Auctioneer has to rely on information as to the date, condition and authenticity provided by the Seller and does not provide its own description, and does not and cannot undertake its own inspection of vehicles or other Lot and it is the responsibility of the Buyer to ensure that the Lot conforms to the description in the catalogue.

The Auctioneer cannot check or verify the authenticity of the frame or engine number under which a vehicle is offered, but relies on the Seller’s description. Buyers should take particular care to verify in advance the authenticity of a vehicle that

is claimed to have important racing, rallying or ‘ex-works’ history as it was common in period for a competition vehicle of a single identity to have more than one frame, body or other mechanical components. This may have happened several times, both in a vehicle’s ‘works’ career and thereafter in private owner hands. Sometimes ‘works’ vehicles were fitted with different registration plates, so that a vehicle could meet a particular event’s start date deadline. These historical factors may lead to there being in existence multiple and competing claimants to the same vehicle identity.

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Auction Information

Auction Venue National Motorcycle Museum

Coventry Road, Bickenhill, Solihull, West Midlands B92 0EJ

Schedule Wednesday 12th July

Viewing: 12th Jul, 2023 09:00

Auction:

Scooters - Lot: 1 to 46 - 12th Jul, 2023 11:00

Motorcycles - 100 to 300 - 12th Jul, 2023 13:00

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The Vintage Scooter Auction

Lots 1 - 46

1954 Lambretta LD 125

No Reserve* Reg No: Unregistered Frame No: 012142

CC: 125 Engine No: 015470

MOT: Exempt

• Manufactured in and imported from France

• Attractive colour

• Correct numbers

In 1952 production started of French built LDs and these had a variety of differences from the Italian models. These changes were mainly due to French regulations. The choke, fuel filler and fuel taps were moved to arguably a more convenient location (something Innocenti later copies on subsequent Italian models). Societe Industrielle de Troyes produced almost 200,000 scooters and 10,000 three-wheelers in its scooter production time. This example is has been restored some time ago in an attractive Baby Blue colour. It is complete but needs some attention. The scooter has not been used for some time. Many of the important parts including original lights, speedometer, frame plate, front badge are present. There are also, nowadays, a number of performance kits for LD’s which include new carburettors and it could be possible that this example is a good candidate for customisation. It could also be displayed as a static ‘objet d’art’. Our vendor is selling only due to ill health. It is offered with ‘no reserve’.

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1964 Lambretta GT / TV 200

Estimate: £13,000 - £15,000*

Reg No: FVS 233B Frame No: 531352

CC: 200 Engine No: 533155

MOT: Exempt

• Well known machine on the UK Scooter Scene

• Impeccably maintained

• Documented UK History with period racing upgrades

Requested specifically for the UK Market by Lambretta Concessionaires the GT200 fulfilled demand for a higher capacity model than the TV175. With a comprehensive history file this GT200 was originally built in 1963 and first registered in Greenock, Scotland under the registration number ‘FVS 233B’ in June of 1964. The machine then changed hands in 1971, with an owner who was inspired by the 1960s racing Lambrettas, built by the likes of Arthur Francis, and set about building a version of his S-Type dealer-special, which is how the machine remains today with it’s dazzling paint intact from that period. However, in 1973 the owner placed the machine in storage where it gathered dust for over 40 years.

It was then recommissioned. having been subject to a comprehensive rebuild, this GT200 doesn’t leave a lot to be desired, having had a full engine rebuild with a new Amal Carburettor. It appears to be in excellent working order with a fine matching patina.

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1951 Vespa Douglas Rod Model

Estimate: £3,000 - £4,000*

Reg No: MOD 812 Frame No: Not visible

CC: 125 Engine No: 0711199

MOT: Exempt

• Extremely original with buff log book

• Very rare early model, dated at July 1951*

• Extensive history

Vespa Douglas Rod models were produced from April 1951 and 1954. It is believed only around 100 survive. This very original early example, number 1199, produced in the first four months of British Vespa manufacture, has never left the Torbay area since new. Registered new on July 11th, 1951, to a John Corp of Torquay. He sold it in January 1954 to a Monica Whitehouse of Paignton who sold it to Gwendoline Leigh also of Paignton. It was purchased by a Christopher Dent of Paignton in 1963, who sold it to our vendor for the princely sum of £2 in 1964. It has been with the current owner for 59 years.

The scooter is very complete, and we noticed that most of the very hard to find parts are all still present. In our opinion this is a superb basis for restoration. Original parts are available with patience and good replacement parts are also really available. Possibly then repainted in the correct metallic green one would have a very rare, desirable and extremely valuable machine. V5C and desirable transferable registration number are present.

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c1958 Lambretta Privateer Racer

Estimate: £3,000 - £4,000*

Reg No: Unregistered Frame No: 125Li789824

CC: 150 Engine No: 150Li671951

MOT: Exempt

• Just imported from Italy in 2021

• Unique machine, built by Federico Costanzo

• No documents present

This unusual machine built in the spirit of a Milan Taranto racer, was built in Italy by Federico Costanzo who at age 92 has called this one his last one, hence its name ‘Ultima’. He has built dozens of Lambrettas and Vespas in Italy and is famous for his restorations and incarnations. La. Ve. Co. Stands for Lambretta Vespa Costanzo. Certainly something different for the upcoming rallies. No documents are present.

Using what we believe to be a Lambretta Series 1 frame it was only created recently. This machine has been seen running and its features include: 150cc engine; 100km clock with precision bezel; Siem headlight; Bolt on fire dampers; Narrowed stand; Franconi motorcycle silencer; Modified kick start; Motorcycle tank with twin taps; Inline spare wheel holder; Chequer plate floor; P range horn cast with St Christopher.

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1971 Lambretta DL200 Electronic

Superb restored example

Estimate: £13,000 - £15,000*

Reg No: OEU 162J Frame No: 22/2/258850

CC: 198 Engine No: SX200/259220

MOT: Exempt

• Rare Electronic version of the design icon by Nuccio Bertone

• Exceptional standard of restoration

• Only 1 mile since restoration

The DL200 was the last of the great Lambretta scooters. The Bertone design was more streamlined than its predecessors. The electronic version went even further with a 6v electronic Ducati ignition and CDI unit and these today are extremely collectible.

This 1971 manufactured DL200 Electronic was imported from Italy by Lambretta Museum owner Nigel Cox in 1997 and first registered in the UK that year and he has verified this as a genuine electronic. The restoration was carried out by Martin Watts, who is well known in the south of England for his quality work. Mileage on the new MPH speedometer, shows only 1 mile. The vendor has never used it since restoration . The paint is in the correct Ochre colour, vibrant and deep and appearing ‘as new’.

Our consultant was able and had time to check the frame welds behind the CDI unit to physically demonstrate that this is a genuine ‘electronic’. The lot is supplied with every MOT and tax disc from 1997 to 2015. We have seen the scooter running and all is functioning extremely well. V5C for immediate use on the road.

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1961 Lambretta Li150 Series 2

Dual Control

One of only 2 known survivors

Estimate: £7,000 - £8,000*

Reg No: HAS 838 Frame No: 150Li 878302

CC: 150 Engine No: 150Li 878064

MOT: Exempt

• Original livery from the era

• One of only two Series 2 dual control ‘trainers’ known to survive

Provenance correct with full known history

The Lambretta Li150 Series 2 was launched in October 1959. It had an engine based on the Li150 Series 1 but with an increased stroke and several other small modifications all over the scooter that made it the bestselling Lambretta of all time. In Great Britain in the early 1960’s the market for scooter riding was still on the increase and one idea to help new riders learn to ride was the creation of a range of dual-control Lambrettas on which an instructor would sit giving instructions from behind. The scooter also had a complete set of ‘schoolteacher’ cable controls from behind that would allow a second clutch, rear brake and kill button mounted on a set of handlebars.

These machines were created in a short run by Lambretta Concessionaires the importer of Lambrettas for Great Britain and it is unknown how many they adapted for the purpose. It is understood only two of the Series 2 versions have survived. This scooter captures and defines an important moment in the history of British scootering.

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1970 Lambretta GP150

London Registered From New

Estimate: £5,000 - £6,000*

Reg No: ELC 20J Frame No: 212540

CC: 150 Engine No: 212654

MOT: Exempt

• Original London (UK) Registered Lambretta

• Buff log book

• Comprehensively restored in 2007

The GP series designed by Bertone was the final Lambretta model to be made. Offered with either a 125cc, 150cc or 200cc engine mated to a 4-speed gearbox, they were marketed as the ultimate machine for both long-distance riding or commuting. This very presentable GP150 was first registered to a Mr Arthur Robert Tipper of Highgate, North London on the 23rd of September of 1970. The machine remained in London and the South East of England, receiving an extensive restoration in standard form to original specification in 2007 before being purchased by our vendor in 2009.

The paintwork, although still looking bright and fresh, is showing some signs of age but is overall very useable. The panels appear to fit well and it features the original Black plastic horn grille and toolbox which are noticeably original. The scooter features its original Veglia 70mph speedometer. The seat is an original Giuliari “coffin” seat that has been fitted with a remade seat cover. V5C and ready for the road.

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1967 Lambretta 125 Special

Mechanically overhauled

Estimate: £4,000 - £5,000*

Reg No: YHR 678E Frame No: 874262

CC: 186 Engine No: 874438

MOT: Exempt

• Complete mechanical overhaul done

• V5C and ready for the road

• Original paint

Lambretta revised the Li Series 3 for the third time in late 1965. Already more elegant and better designed than the earlier Li the SX range aimed to be more sporting and performance based. The tuned engine and closeratio gearbox made for a faster machine with much-improved acceleration than earlier 125cc versions.

Here we present a very original in appearance 125cc Special in the desirable Metallic Blue. The scooter has had a full mechanical overhaul which included new parts used all over the machine. The brakes, cables, tyres, clutch, gearbox and electrics were renewed and converted to 12v. The engine was converted to a more sporty 186cc Mugello top end with Scootopia 2/22 carburettor and a big bore exhaust and new silent blocks. The scooter then went in for a second finishing with Magpie Scooters recently who adjusted the gears using a 150 gear cluster for a more balanced performance to match the engine. The speedometer is the original KM version. The scooter comes with a rare Metalplast 702 scooter basket in excellent condition and accessory comfort grips. Our consultant knows this scooter which rides extremely well.

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1968 Lambretta SX200

British registered from new

Estimate: £12,000 - £14,000*

Reg No: FMA 761G Frame No: SX200 849334

CC: 198 Engine No: SX200 849644

MOT: Exempt

• British registered from new in Manchester

• Original Green log book

• In excellent condition

Many regard the SX200 to be the finest scooter Innocenti produced, and possibly regarded as the best scooter ever made. This very late production example was sold by Salford Scooters and first registered on the 5th of August 1968. It appears to have remained in the Manchester area its whole life. It was discovered and restored some 17 years ago and this is how long the current owner and vendor has had it. Over the years the vendor has maintained it well and made some small adjustments to suit regular use. In 17 years he has only done 446 miles on it. This is supported by the MOTs that come with the lot. There is a V5C for use on UK roads

Believed to be the 119th last Italian SX200 off the production line it therefore has the very late features of push-in buffers in the forks, rectangular horn cast badge and GP-style wheels. The Black switch and late rear frame badge are original as are all of the keys which are all present. The electronics are 12v. The scooter has new tyres and is ready to go!

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1956 Lambretta LD150 Mk 2

Professional restoration

Estimate: £3,500 - £4,500*

Reg No: TOX 993 Frame No: 150LD194357

CC: 150 Engine No: 150LD205944

MOT: Exempt

• British registered from new

• Original buff log book

• Fully restored and in full working order

The LD Mk2 had a number of improvements. The rear brake was now cable controlled and the gears used a single teleflex cable and there was also a small luggage box that housed the optional speedometer. The whole ride experience was much improved.

This extremely presentable example was first registered new on 26th November of 1956, by Austin Auto Motors of Aston Road Birmingham and has remained in the West Midlands its entire life. The scooter was fully restored around 4 years ago to a very high standard by Disco Dez Scooters using the original or quality parts wherever necessary, the engine was also overhauled. Renewed all over, the Off-White paintwork is fresh and has a deep shine and the correct detail has been applied with the rubbers and chrome work. The panels all fit very well on the scooter. Our consultant was able to see the scooter running extremely well the time of consignment. In our opinion this level of restoration would come at a price and this scooter, ready to be accessorised represents a good value in relation to the estimate. With a V5C, it is in running order and ready to be enjoyed.

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1966 Lambretta SX225 ‘BelAir 2’

One of only 2 BelAirs produced by Rimini Lambretta Centre

Estimate: £22,000 - £24,000*

Reg No: PUA 626D Frame No: SX200 832064

CC: 225 Engine No: SX200 830622

MOT: Exempt

• Full restoration 2013 with by RLC proprietor Dean Orton ‘hands on’

• Impressive original accessories

• V5C stating 225cc for use on UK roads.

Many regard the SX200 to be the finest scooter Innocenti produced. Rimini Lambretta Centre was formed in Italy in 1994. With a professional team trained to apply fastidious attention to detail RLC has set the global bar for quality in the marque.

The BelAir 1 concept was first on the drawing board following the request of a British customer who was very specific in his demands. A 5-speed engine with left-hand exhaust exit and side-hinging custom seat amongst a myriad of required innovations. BelAir 2 was based on an early SX200 and used an original 1970s 225cc kit with an original Asso piston to power the motor and a genuine Royspeed sourced Amal Mk1.5 30mm carburettor. With 180W Ducati 12v ignition and the custom-built left-hand exit 42mm reverse coned exhaust with clover leaf pipe detail. The gearbox was an original 60s 5 speed box with a competition clutch. A Chronometric Smiths speedometer was fitted into the handlebars. The rev counter positioned attractively on the Ulma style leg shield tool box incorporated a curved and sculpted cut-out on the toolbox lid and the cable enters the side of the polished crankcase in the style of the old ‘Rallymaster’ Lambrettas. The handlebar gear lever features 5 hand carved gear positions. The original

disc brake utilised a more efficient reverse-pull system. It possesses a side opening custom adapted Everest seat. All over the scooter the attention to detail is impressive with standard Innocenti parts put back to ‘new’.

Decoratively the quality paint is Industrial Green base with Metallic Black overlays and Corallo Red inner parts. Green pinstripes overlay the chromed original Innocenti wheels. The custom made SX225 badge is based on the original and the Bel Air side panel badges compliment the model. The running in decal is a unique 5-speed version. The original accessories were chosen to compliment the style of the scooter and include Super footboard extensions, original double leg shield trim, sprint rack and original Indix fuel gauge. A Rimini Lambretta Centre custom restoration of this kind would come with an extremely challenging price tag and we believe that this scooter has a very sensibly priced estimate.

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1962 Lambretta Lambro FLi Mk2

Estimate: £3,500 - £4,500*

Reg No: Unregistered Frame No: T41/472431

CC: 175 Engine No: FLI175 432908

MOT: Exempt

• Imported from Italy in c.2015

• Correct numbers

• Desirable Mk2 version

This Lambro was manufactured in January 1962 according to amended records supplied by www.thelambro.com. This straight example appears to have last been on the road in Italy in 1975, according to the tax certificate found in the cab. It has survived remarkably well and on inspection the only corrosion, other than surface rust, could be seen on the tipper flap. The floor is also solid and there are no signs that we could see of any previous welding repairs. The doors closed nicely and the door quarter lights worked as they should. The passenger seat and back rest appear in good original condition.

We were unable to see the vehicle running, however, in terms of being complete, it appears to have everything necessary to restore except the rear cab canvas back which are now available as a re-manufactured product. It will still need to be registered for UK. An ideal base vehicle possibly for conversion to a number of commercial uses or mobile catering.

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1952 Lambretta D125 Mk1

With PAV41 trailer

Estimate: £3,500 - £4,500*

Reg No: Unregistered Frame No: Unclear

CC: 125 Engine No: 125D 113136

MOT: Exempt

• Early restored example

• In running condition

• Complete with PAV41 trailer and accessories

The Lambretta Model D Mk1 was first introduced in 1951 as a successor to the Model C as a 125cc scooter. This example is a nice specimen and has been subject to a restoration some years ago. We understand that the previous owner performed the restoration and exhibited the scooter regularly at Beaulieu and Goodwood and we could see the entry labels on the handlebars to substantiate this.

We noted that the scooter is fitted with a number of interesting accessories. The optional Veglia speedometer appears to be original. Also supplied are: Super style spare wheel holder, picnic hamper, period Smiths 6-day clock, and period style fly screen. We noted that many original parts have been retained including possibly the control switch. The PAV41 trailer is in excellent condition and comes with its locking key. Also supplied is the wiring kit needed to wire the lights to a scooter. We were able to see the scooter start and run.

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1969 Lambretta SX150 Special

Restored using mainly original parts

Estimate: £4,000 - £5,000*

Reg No: PHR 318F Frame No: SX150 768712

CC: 150 Engine No: Not visible

MOT: Exempt

• Authentically restored 1969 SX150 Special

• Supplied with some original Italian documents

• UK registered and supplied with a current V5C

Ferdinando Innocenti had an engineering background having established his first workshop at the age of 18. Following the end of WW2, he, like many of his contemporary Italian industrialists required a product that would enable him to rebuild his shattered company based in the Milanese suburb of Lambrate. Therefore, the inspiration for the creation of the first Lambretta scooter can be found, like that of the rival Vespa, in the devastation that afflicted Italy following the Second World War and the country’s desperate need for affordable transport.

The SX models superseded the TV range, retaining the three flashes on the side panels and featuring a large ‘X150’ over the ‘Special’ badge on the leg shield with the rear frame badge reading ‘Lambretta Innocenti’ together with a few engine tweaks. This 1969 example has spent most of its life in Italy and comes supplied with some original documents and service information. Restored in 2010 by Marco Guida using mainly original parts, it is presented in authentic and standard condition and comes supplied UK registered with a current V5C.

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c.1950 Lambretta 8 x Open Frame Chassis

No Reserve* Reg No: Unregistered Frame No: Various

CC: N/A Engine No: N/A

MOT: Exempt

• 8 x Lambretta 1950s open frame chassis

• No documentation

• Good for creating racers

Believed to be in a good and solid condition.

Chassis: 150D

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1978 Vespa (Douglas) Rally 200

Extremely original

Estimate: £8,500 - £9,500*

Reg No: VUF 519S

Frame No: VSE1T 0037456

CC: 200 Engine No: VSE1M 0038605

MOT: Exempt

• British registered from new on 15th March, 1978

• Extremely original including paint

• Full known history and only 2 owners from new.

The Vespa Rally 200 made between 1972 and 1979 is much sought after by collectors due to its excellent and powerful performance coupled with attractive lines and was produced in a range of vibrant colours in tune with the fashions of the 1970s. ‘VUF 519S’ is a late example with the desirable Ducati electronics. It was bought new by a Mr Albert Warner from Redhill Motors Brighton on 15th March 1978. The scooter is believed to have featured on BBC TV’s Top of the Pops with the band Saint Etienne. The mileage displayed, 24,073 miles, is believed credible.

Our vendor informs us that ‘Delilah’ rides superbly. The engine has never been dismantled it has never needed to be. There is some localised surface rust on the edges but for the age it is not far off the day Mr Warner picked her up. The scooter is supplied with every tax disc from new until 1996 and still has the original tool roll with tools and original handbook in English. The V5 is present for use on UK roads.

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1965 Lambretta TV200

Estimate: £9,000 - £11,000*

Reg No: FKJ 467C Frame No: 552933

CC: 198 Engine No: 547751

MOT: Exempt

• Only 689 miles since restoration

• Good numbers and a late TV200*

• Well presented

*Information from the LGTOC records

The larger engined TV200 quickly followed the TV175 slim style in early 1963 at the specific request of the British importer, Lambretta Concessionaires, who wanted an even more powerful model to satisfy their customer base. Genuine TV200 Lambrettas were instantly recognised as the GT200 to differentiate them from the TV175 models.

This late example is, by all accounts, in the last 100 known TV200s to have been produced. It was purchased by our vendor in 2014 as a freshly restored scooter. It presents very well, and our consultant was able to ride it some distance and reports that it drove superbly. Being a battery tray model and almost certainly originally a British-sold scooter. The scooter is now on 12v electrics, and it starts easily with bright lights. The standard 200cc engine has been rebuilt and sports an attractive polished side casing. It is in our opinion very well presented and the estimate is set extremely realistically as it has been gifted to our vendor’s son who doesn’t wish to ride it. V5 present.

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1962 Lambretta Li150 series 3 (SX200)

Estimate: £4,000 - £5,000*

Reg No: 271 UYW Frame No: 150Li628164

CC: 198 Engine No: SX200 835908

MOT: Exempt

• Restored and with low use since

• Genuine Italian SX200 engine upgrade

• V5 present

The Lambretta Li Series 3 range replaced the extremely successful Series 2 and with sleek lines and performance upgrades was also a huge success. This very presentable example in our opinion was restored we are told by an aeronautical engineer in his spare time 2 years ago.

We noted that the engine is a genuine SX200 engine, and we are told is a standard specification. We noted that some care has been taken in the restoration and small details are considered. Many parts have been reused effectively including the badges. The engine sounded very good to us. The carburettor is correct SH20 for SX200 and the scooter has an Ancillotti big bore exhaust. The new speedometer is showing 3,105 miles, which we are told is all it has covered since being restored. We noted that the headlight rim is original as are many features around the scooter. Overall, this is an attractive scooter with great performance. With a genuine SX200 engine which has a high value in itself. Ready for immediate use on the road.

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1984 Lambretta Serveta Li125

7km from new Estimate: £3,500 - £4,500*

Reg No: Unregistered Frame No: 211336

CC: 125 Engine No: 211336

MOT: Exempt

• Only 7km from new

• Completely original

• NOVA present for UK registration

The previous owner, we are told, stored this scooter in Italy for 37 years and never used it. Imported into Italy, ironically from Spain by Lambretta Italia Srl. The accompanying documentation shows the dealer information. Our vendor bought this at a previous H and H scooter auction when it had 3km on the speedometer, but as a motorcycle rider, has only done 4km on it on his country lane and did not yet get it UK registered. He now wishes to sell it and concentrate on his motorcycles.

Featured in Scooter Nova magazine, edition 30 (March/April 2022), ‘Original brand new Spanish Lambretta found in Italy’, and more details about it can be found there. Our consultant was able to see that the compression was excellent and under the floor shows as if a new scooter. Offered with original tools in a bag, it does run, but will need some fuel commissioning as it hasnt covered much mileage.

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1967 Lambretta SX150 Special

Extremely original

Estimate: £4,500 - £5,500*

Reg No: MRH 112E Frame No: SX150 754109

CC: 150 Engine No: SX150 754574

MOT: Exempt

• Original paint in very good, preserved condition

• Good running condition

• 12v conversion

The SX150 first appeared in October 1966 and replaced the 150 Special. The tuned engine and close-ratio gearbox made for a faster scooter. In three years of production there were 31,238 produced and production of the SX150 ceased in January 1969.

Here we present a mid-production SX150 completely original in appearance. Imported into the UK and now fully registered for UK road use. The vendor tells us she ‘purrs like a kitten’ and rides extremely well. On examination we can original parts all over including; cable outers, brake adjusters, rear frame badge, the Black switch must be an early one as it appears original, speedometer showing 31,806km, front badges and keys. Some expenditure has been made and these are for parts to ensure performance. We note that the electrics are now 12v and that the exhaust is new. There are original Cavalli accessory fork covers. One would be had pushed to find an original SX150 with better paint. The original dealer sticker is also still in place. A V5C is present.

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1960 Lambretta TV175 series 2

British registered from new Estimate: £7,500 - £8,500*

Reg No: 689 MMA Frame No: 175TV2*214518

CC: 175 Engine No: 175TV2*123063

MOT: Exempt

• Restored and ready for the road

• Running very well and used occasionally by the vendor

• Original buff log book confirming numbers

The Lambretta TV175 Series 2 was launched in October 1959. It had an engine based on the Li150 Series but with an increased capacity and the crankshaft, barrel, piston and gearbox ratio were changed. Often referred to as the ‘Tourer’ or ‘Sportsman’s scooter’ it had superb performance at the time and coupled with beautiful styling and has been hugely sought after for many years by collectors.

This extremely presentable mid production example was first registered in Northwich on 8th November, 1960, and has been completely restored in the original paint colour of ‘Avorio’. This scooter represents a great example of the best early 1960s Lambretta and wants for nothing. Close attention to the quality of the paint and the details show that care has been taken in its preparation. The scooter comes with a fair amount of original documentation and information. The original RF60 buff log book, Green continuation log book and some MOTs. There are also a number of photographs pre-restoration which show the scooter in a Blue-Gold colour. The history shows that the original number was regained. A V5 is present.

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1956 Lambretta Model D Mk3

Restored by Casa Lambretta

Estimate: £4,000 - £5,000*

Reg No: 812 XVF Frame No: 28541

CC: 150 Engine No: 29018

MOT: Exempt

• Complete quality restoration by Casa Lambretta Milan

• On the ASI historical register

• Completed the London to Brighton ride 2022

The Lambretta model D was first introduced in 1951 as a successor to the model C. The ride experience was much improved and it was a very popular model. By the time of the Mk3, the rear brake was cable controlled, there was a fan on the flywheel forcing air onto the cylinder for improved engine cooling. The gear system now used 2 teleflex cables and there was a rear shock absorber on the rear end. With its larger 150cc engine, the Mk3 is sometimes referred to as the ‘sports’ model and was often used for trials and other races.

This example has been professionally restored to the extremely strict level of quality required by the ASI historical register in Italy. On examination the paint is unblemished and all over the machine we can see that attention has been paid to all aspects of the scooter. Of note, we can see several attractive and useful accessories, notably a very rare Elmer steering lock, Veglia MPH speedometer, Pittoti style passenger foot rests and helmet hook. The ‘butty box’ has its key. A V5C is present.

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1950 Lambretta Model C125

Estimate: £2,500 - £3,500*

Reg No: YWG 651 Frame No: 50855

CC: 125 Engine No: 125LC50274

MOT: Exempt

• Nicely presented example

• V5C for use on UK roads

• Correct numbers.

The Lambretta versions C and LC were introduced just 2 years after Innocenti began full scale manufacture and represented a completely revised design after the models A and B. The C was aimed at lower budgeting customers while the LC was marketed to a higher-end clientele, with its covered panels and elegant overall specification. The frame comprised of a single large section tube onto which al of the mechanical components were attached. The engine was similar to the preceding Model B. The C was a popular model and the total production was 87,500 units.

This well presented example, in an attractive Blue, was previously owned by collector Craig Robinson, known for his attention to detail in all matters of Lambretta. It is completely standard as far as we can see. The engine is running and we are informed was in full running order, whilst some attention needs to be made to adjust the teleflex gear cables to use it. The scooter has V5C for use on UK roads.

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1957 Vespa Douglas 92L2

Moto Baldet Ultra

Estimate: £3,500 - £4,500*

Reg No: 664 XVL Frame No: 02737644

CC: 125 Engine No: 02737644

MOT: Exempt

• Very original appearance

• Most original parts retained throughout

• Running with V5 present for use on UK roads

Andre Baldet was Frenchman who settled in England. He began selling Vespas and was famed for his exploits on 2 wheels to promote the business. Calling the business Moto Baldet, and later Glanfield Baldet, he became very well known for modifying Vespas and Lambrettas. The 42L2 and 92L2 models were a new design and a departure from the previous Douglas Vespa models; There were a number of special editions by Douglas, of the 92L2 in 1957, to help sales. One of these was the Ultra and they were supplied in a number of colours, with windscreen, dual seat and a mudguard crest.

We present here a rare Ultra in the Regal Red colour. We understand it was discovered in a garage clearance before our vendor. The original number has been lost but the scooter does have a V5C on an age-related plate. The patina of this very rare colour Vespa is desirable and shows much character with the original Moto Baldet dealer slide still visible.

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1979 Honda NF75 Hondamatic

No Reserve*

Reg No: YHR 170T Frame No: NF75-1005132

CC: 71 Engine No: NF75E-1004874

MOT: Exempt

• Rare Moped

• In good running condition

• V5C present

The Honda NF75 is an extremely rare machine to be seen in the UK. Honda reportedly only imported 28 of these into the UK. The 71cc engine gives a comfortable and leisurely ride and a fairly ‘peppy’ performance. With an extremely reliable reputation and with incredible fuel economy, these rare machines create a real talking point. Many of the parts are derived from the Honda Express which ensures spares are fairly easy to obtain.

This extremely original example appears to be in full working order and we were able to see it running and functioning well and all working, including the indicators. It has had a replacement tank. It also has a helmet lock and key still present. Showing 7,992 miles on the speedometer, believed genuine, the plastic leg shields look to be in very good condition. Offered with ‘no reserve’.

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1961 Moto Rumi Formichino Tipo Sport

Estimate: £3,000 - £4,000*

Reg No: 4877 MT Frame No: 32099

CC: 124 Engine No: 27120

MOT: Exempt

• British registered from new

• With a copy of the buff log book

• V5C for use on UK roads

These where the quickest 125cc factory produced scooters of the time and were available in Standard, Sport and Bol d’or versions. With an enthusiastic international following, Rumi scooters are very collectible today.

This Tipo Sport, formerly owned by the chairman of The Moto Rumi Club, appears to be in original and very good condition. Originally sold new by the famous Stephen’s Scooter Mart in West London it comes with a good amount of historical provenance and was, until recently, owned by the chairman of the Moto Rumi Club, Paul Stokes. Our vendor was able to regain the original two-letter number plate using these documents. Verified and documented by the Rumi Club. The mileage of 16,466 seems credible. We were able to see the scooter running and sounding ‘very sweet’ by use of an external fuel supply.

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1971 Lambretta DL200 Electronic

Estimate: £11,000 - £13,000*

Reg No: KWE 989J Frame No: 22/2/258828

CC: 198 Engine No: SX200/259100

MOT: Exempt

• Rare Electronic version of the design icon by Nuccio Bertone

• Correct numbers only 272 apart

• V5C for immediate use on the road

The DL200 was the last of the great Lambretta scooters. The Bertone design was more streamlined than its predecessors. The electronic version went even further with a 6v electronic Ducati ignition and CDI unit. It is said that less than 1000 electronic versions were produced.

This 1971 manufactured DL200 Electronic was imported from Italy and first registered on 22nd September, 1998. Restored c.2000, the paint is still vibrant and the scooter is well presented. To our mind, we can see the correct original parts in place or high standard remade parts only. Although originally Ochre (Yellow) and now in a correct Red Lechler Lambretta Red colour of 1970. We have seen the scooter running and all is functioning, however, due to the fact that the scooter has been resting in a collection and is seldom used, we recommend a service. This is a very rare opportunity for the most serious collector of Lambrettas. With this specification and, in our opinion, high quality condition of a model that is in demand, we expect significant interest in this scooter, which is estimated realistically.

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1958 Lambretta LDA Mk3 AVV Electric Start

Estimate: £5,500 - £6,500*

Reg No: VXW 926 Frame No: 307753

CC: 150 Engine No: 315288

MOT: Exempt

• Original British sold Electric start LDA

• Restored in Coffee and Cream colours

• In excellent working order

The AVV electric start 150cc version is a very rare scooter anywhere but particularly in Great Britain. The price of this ‘luxury model’ was as high as the TV Series 1 when it was introduced in 1957. One of the sales strategies at this time was to paint the scooters in unusual but stylish colours of the day and ‘Coffee and Cream’ was applied to limited numbers of both the last LDs and the new Series 1 Lambrettas.

It was restored by the vendor’s friend, an engineer, and restored over a period of about 10 years. The scooter is supplied with some attractive accessories including original period tartan waterproof saddle covers and an original Wistonia sliding rear ‘trombone’ rack. The AVV, being 12v, is also supplied with a Smiths electric 12v glovebox clock, although this was disconnected to save the battery. We were able to see the scooter working and it started easily by way of the electric start. This scooter might well be entirely suitable for someone who wishes to ride a classic scooter without the necessity to operate a kick start.

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1964 Laverda Mini Scooter

Extremely rare scooter

Estimate: £1,500 - £2,000*

Reg No: BDU 910B Frame No: 604943

CC: 60 Engine No: 604943

MOT: Exempt

• British registered from new, with extensive history

• With copy of buff log book

• Believed only one of a handful of survivors

Laverda scooters are almost unknown as the production of their Mini scooter was extremely limited. We present here possibly the only surviving Mini scooter in a Pistachio ice-cream colour.

The paintwork is believed original all over. The tyres are the original 9 inch tyres which are still usable, however, a full set of brand new tyres are supplied with the lot. The fuel tank has been kept dry and looked clean and usable. The seat is in astonishing original condition with the tassels looking good. There are delightful small details all over, including the Laverda branded grips which are original and the original Laverda air tyre pumps. There are a number of common Italian components including CEV lights and switches. The badges are all present and original. The exhaust is the original one with a few well-done repairs. The cable ends even still have the original cable tidy rubber and the tyres the old style valves. We were able to see the scooter functioning and the lights also all worked fine. V5C present, and the aforementioned tyres.

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1968 Lambretta SX200

Estimate: £9,500 - £11,500*

Reg No: PKE 162F Frame No: SX200 849192

CC: 198 Engine No: SX200 836481

MOT: Exempt

• Still on 6v points and largely original parts re-used in restoration

• Standard SX200 presented in excellent condition

• One owner last 23 years

Many regard the SX200 to be the finest scooter Innocenti produced, and possibly regarded as the best scooter ever made. This late production example was restored at the time of import by JD Classics of Gillingham, Kent circa year 2000. Our vendor tells us that in this time it has only travelled 400 miles and this can match with the mileage recorded on the speedometer. With correct late production features including rectangular badge, SH1/20 carburettor and grey plastic toolbox, the scooter appears to be presented in excellent condition.

At the time of restoration the vendor changed the wheels to chrome versions although the original set of 3 White Innocenti wheel rims are supplied with the lot. The scooter started easily and appeared to be working well at time of consignment although we would recommend a basic service due to the fact the scooter has seldom been used. All keys are present with the tools and tool roll. The sale is due to poor health and the owner’s helmets are also included along with an SX200 instruction book. V5C for use on UK roads currently on SORN.

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1971 Lambretta Eibar Li150 Special

One of only 2 known of the NYPD Eibar version to survive

Estimate: £7,000 - £8,000*

Reg No: Unregistered Frame No: 150Li315232

CC: 186 Engine No: 150Li315232

MOT: Exempt

• Winner of the Quail Award 2017 for Best Scooter

• Impressive restoration by 2nd Avenue Scooters

• Large collection of NYPD memorabilia with ‘Scooter Joe’ signed scooter helmet

The New York Police Department, the largest force in the world, had been using scooters for patrol duties in various ways since 1964. In 1971 the NYPD wanted more Lambrettas and re-approached Innocenti who by then were in the ownership of BMC who had closed down the scooter side of the business. The inquiry was directed to the Spanish factory of Eibar who were making Lambrettas under license. A 1972 article in the NYPD inhouse magazine ‘Spring 3100’ discusses these first Spanish Lambrettas and how happy they were with them.

This genuine 1971 Eibar NYPD Lambretta number 195, one of the first version Spanish Lambrettas and the rarest with only 2 known to survive from this era. It was professionally restored by Eric Lussier of 2nd Avenue Scooters and was treated to a full 100 point restoration. The lot comes with a very impressive amount of memorabilia including a full NYPD ‘scooter cop’ uniform with equipment.

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1968 Lambretta Li150 Special

Believed one of only a handful of NYPD Innocentis to survive

Estimate: £3,000 - £4,000*

Reg No: Unregistered Frame No: 150Li3 743191

CC: 150 Engine No: SX150 72386

MOT: Exempt

• Recently imported by a collector into the UK

• Large haul of original NYPD scooter literature

• Rare correct accessories including original NYPD scooter helmet

The New York Police Department had been using scooters for patrol duties in various ways since 1964. In 1968 the NYPD ordered 274 Italian Innocenti Lambrettas and more again in 1969. These very late Italian models were painted in the White and Green livery as were all NYPD vehicles at the end of the 1960s. It is widely known that the Green paint was due to the strong contingent of Irish officers in the NYPD.

The NYPD Lambrettas have been immortalised over the years by ‘The Incredible Scooter Cops’ Joe Willins (Scooter Joe) and Kenny Kaufman with a book and and a new film is in production of their exploits. Here we present in our opinion a genuine 1968 Innocenti NYPD Lambretta. It is also one of the last versions of the Italian made Li range. The scooter is presented in extremely original condition albeit with an amateur overpaint. The lot also comes with a large amount of NYPD Police memorabilia.

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1986 Vespa (Douglas) PK125

Elestart S3

Formerly belonging to Italian gangster Valerio Viccei

Estimate: £5,000 - £6,000*

Reg No: D614 EYY Frame No: VMX5T000003003670

CC: 125 Engine No: VMX5M31417

MOT: Exempt

• 1997 ‘Knightsbridge safety deposit box robbery’ connection

• Viccei’s criminal life told through this scooter lot

• Original purchase receipt and only 205 miles from new

We present here an extraordinary lot consisting of a most original, and almost new condition, example of this scooter plus an astonishing haul of crime memorabilia centred around Valerio Viccei’s life as an international armed bank robber. The scooter itself was later impounded after his capture, along with Viccei’s Ferrari and still sports the police impound label. It has also not been cleaned since being released. A large amount of memorabilia of the robbery and comprehensive material is supplied with this lot. It includes: The original bill of sale of the scooter; The original catalogue of the 1992 Christies auction of the unclaimed, recovered proceeds of the robbery and includes the Vespa in the lots; The original V5 with Umberto Zoppi as registered keeper at Vicceis address in St. Johns Wood High Street and a parking ticket issued there; The original handbook and tools with tool roll.

It is in our opinion a substantial historical package. The scooter was seen to be in fine running condition at the time of consignment, although a new battery will be required. Co-incidentally, the date of our sale lands on the 36th anniversary of the ‘Knightsbridge safety deposit box robbery’ on 12th July, 1997.

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1965 Lambretta GT200

Genuine Isle of Man Speed Trial racer

Estimate: £22,000 - £24,000*

Reg No: Unregistered Frame No: 551835

CC: 198 Engine No: 553974

MOT: Exempt

• Running as new after major recent conservation

• Full original keys for ignition, steering lock and tool box

• Impressive originality with racing modifications

• The story of this racers Isle Of Man participation told through the scooter

• Running as new after major recent conservation

The Manx Grand prix for amateur motorcycle riders began in 1923 on the roads of the Isle Of Man, and the famous TT races, that had started in 1907. These annual festivals of motorcycling were firm fixtures in the motoring calendar. With the boom of scooters in the late 1950s came ‘Scooter Holiday Week’ (1957-1976). The scooter version of racing became very competitive and rankings were earned in the tough races and speed trials. This astonishing 1965 example of a GT200 was owned by a Mr. A. J. Kaye of London and we understand that he was the only owner. It appears that he raced it from new at the Isle of Man Scooter Holiday Week each year from 1965 to 1969, also at Brands Hatch and Snetterton. It then seems to have been put away and remained undiscovered until his sad passing in 2022. We can deduce from the information in the Isle of Man Holiday Week programmes that he progressed from number 105 to number 31 in 1968, and in 1969 he was number 21. The scooter is showing 33,000 miles on the original MPH speedometer.

The scooter also tells its own story by way of the stickers and badges all over the bodywork.

On examination of the scooter, there is much to highlight and the full description can be seen on the H & H auction website. The scooter has been the subject of an extensive conservation for a client at Disco Dez Scooters and has been meticulously dismantled and almost all original parts carefully put back into place. The engine is completely original as a TV200. We have seen the scooter running in excellent mechanical condition.

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1950 Lambretta LC125

Extremely original

Estimate: £2,500 - £3,500*

Reg No: Unregistered Frame No: 69922

CC: 125 Engine No: 125LC413674

MOT: Exempt

• Extremely original early example

• Fully mechanically working after professional overhaul

• Correct numbers.

In its 2 year production period, the LC frame numbering started at 50000 and we can deduce from that this example was produced in the first year of production. Around four years ago the scooter underwent a full mechanical overhaul by Disco Dez Scooters, with a completely rebuilt engine with all cables, brakes and everything mechanical treated to a sympathetic conservation.

The originality has been retained all over. The patina and colour is attractive and there is still the original dealer transfer on the horn cast. There are no visible touch-ups anywhere, that we could see, and the scooter is very pure. The side panels fit well. The saddles still with original leather two tone top on the rider’s seat, are usable as they are. There is a GEV rubber floor mat and original Ulma side panel air scoop embellishers. Despite the fact that the scooter had not been started since the conservation some years ago, we were able to see the scooter start up and it appeared to be in full running order at time of consignment.

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1966 Lambretta SX200 (230)

Estimate: £9,500 - £11,500*

Reg No: KVK 625D Frame No: SX200 836575

CC: 230 Engine No: SX200 836593

MOT: Exempt

• British registered from new with full history

• Original Green log book stating 225cc

• V5C for use on UK roads

Many regard the SX200 to be the finest scooter Innocenti produced, and possibly regarded as the best scooter ever made. This early production example was sold new by Ken’s Motorcycles of Newcastle on July 12th, 1966 (co-incidentally on the 57th anniversary of the day date of this auction). It is also interesting to see that the original Green log book has an amendment stating that the engine was a 225cc machine. Using the original engine the scooter has been substantially upgraded for performance and is now powered by an RT230 top end using a JB crank with adjusted 4-speed gear ratios and a 30mm carburettor.

The whole mechanicals were recently tuned and balanced by John Balcombe and the scooter currently has a reported power output of 17hp and rides smoothly. The electrics have also been upgraded to a 12v (80W) BGM quality system. The scooter is presented well with the original ‘Ken’s Motorcycles’ dealer plate and, in our opinion, in an attractive colour scheme. The original airbox is also supplied should the new owner wish to revert back to standard type carburation.

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1960 Vespa (Douglas) GS VS5

Impressive history file

Estimate: £6,500 - £7,500*

Reg No: 5177 MK Frame No: 066294

CC: 150 Engine No: V9M21546

MOT: Exempt

• Featured in the 2022 Queen’s Jubilee and in publicity for the King’s 2023 Coronation

• Original British registered with buff log book

• Rich history file

The first GS (Grand Sport) production started at the beginning of 1955 and the ‘Vespone’ or big wasp was a tremendous success. The VS5 was the last incarnation of the GS150 and features included re-designed wheel rims and better brake cooling, comfortable Blue dual seat, a new style cylinder head and the carburettor changed to a more efficient 23mm Dellorto version.

This VS5 is supplied with a very large history file from first owner to the present day with extensive information of its restoration and re-registration, bills, a film appearance in ‘The Empire of Light’ and Jubilee participation plus Coronation advertising. The scooter is well known in the VVC (Veteran Vespa Club) has been in ownership of members since 1991. It has been well loved and only due to the age of the vendor has it even been considered for sale. As far as we can see from the documentation we believe that somebody could trace many of the owners. First registered on July 20th, 1960, by Liddamore Motors in North London. The scooter was part of the televised procession that approached Buckingham Palace for the Queen’s

Jubilee last year and was chosen by Hamptons estate agents as a main image for their Coronation presentation in the window displays of all 92 of their offices this year.

Still on 6v points with a gel battery we were able to see the scooter start easily and run well at time of consignment. Original parts on the scooter include: control switch, speedo, Siem keys, Siem headlight and lens, horn cover, mudguard crest, wheels to name just some. The seat is believed to be a recovered original in the correct Blue colour. The scooter is adorned with a number of period accessories, including: Fabbri side saddle foot rest, a unique rear rack and back rest combination with wicker basket, original Diamanté 60s floor mat, period style leg shield trim, Vigano wheel disc on the spare wheel, Cavalli passenger foot rest, and a period style side mirror. The scooter also comes with two sets of spare keys.

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1967 Lambretta SX200

One owner from new

Estimate: £9,500 - £11,500*

Reg No: KKT 283E Frame No: SX200 844167

CC: 198 Engine No: SX200 844167

MOT: Exempt

• Purchased new from Eddy Grimstead in 1967 by our vendor

• Exact matching numbers

• V5C for use on UK roads

Many regard the SX200 to be the finest scooter Innocenti produced, and possibly regarded as the best scooter ever made. Eddy Grimstead was an East London scooter dealer and was one of the best in the 1960s at marketing scooters producing several types of dealer specials with bold paint designs and accessories. We are told by the vendor that this midproduction example was spotted by him, an original Essex Mod, in Eddy Grimstead’s shop in East Ham, London, brand new in 1967, when he was 17 years old. He purchased one of these ‘Imperials’ with its chrome side panels and front mudguard with pin striping and special paint design.

Having owned the scooter for 56 years our vendor has finally decided to part with it. The scooter has been regularly started periodically over the years and is still in good running condition.

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1972 Vespa Rally Custom

‘Hot Wheels’

Impressive customisation

Estimate: £6,500 - £7,500*

Reg No: KVK 625D Frame No: VSD1T 0025728

CC: 210 Engine No: VSE1M 0070630

MOT: Exempt

• UK registered from new Rally 180 chassis

• Fully running scooter

• Customisation by Martin Murray

The Rally also known as the queen of Vespas was a large performance step up from the earlier models of the 1960’s. With classic lines, the Rally is considered to be the last of the ‘real metal’ large engined Vespas. This customisation was created by Martin Murray, known for his impressive show-winning scooters. The scooter chassis is a genuine Rally 180 first registered in the UK on 26th September 1972. The engine is an early P200 engine, almost identical to the late Rally 200 engines. The remarkable Blue Metalflake paintwork and graphics were done by Pageant and the chromed engraving by Pete Robinson. The innovative hollow stitched seat which doubles up as the fuel tank was made and supplied by PLC Corse.

We were able to see the scooter running and our consultant rode it for some distance, with full working functionality, at time of consignment. Needless to say a customisation of this standard, together with the original parts used, would come with a substantial price tag and the generous estimate represents superb value in our opinion. V5C and ready to go.

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c.1960 Lambretta Li125(225)

Karslake Special

Estimate: £6,000 - £7,000*

Reg No: 597 XUV Frame No: Li125285286

CC: 225 Engine No: [SX200 586347

MOT: Exempt

• British registered from new

• Karslake family owned from new

• V5C for use on UK roads

This historical family provenance of this vehicle needs no introduction for most people involved in the British scooter scene. Mike Karslake was a founder member of the British Lambretta Owner’s Association In the 1980’s Mike Karlsake relocated to Devon with his wife and family and started the world’s first Lambretta Museum. However, shortly after setting up the museum, Mike sadly passed away and his entire collection was sold at auction, except for a few items including this scooter. We understand that this scooter was purchased new by Mike ‘Mr Lambretta’ Karslake and has remained in the family ever since. The V5s that accompany the scooter show 3 generations of Karslakes only, as the owners from new, starting with Mike, then Paul and finally Edward.

Restored by Mike’s son Paul many years ago, in the same style and colours, as Mike often used on his famous touring scooters. The scooter was seen to start easily and perform well at the time of consignment.

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1971 Lambretta GP200 Electronic

Extremely original with history

Estimate: £19,000 - £21,000*

Reg No: KUL 428K Frame No: 22/2 259186

CC: 198 Engine No: SX200 259295

MOT: Exempt

• British registered from new with green VE60 log book

• Original all over including paint (except side panels)

• Much provenance

This very late numbered 1971 manufactured GP200 Electronic is in a state of almost pure originality. First registered on 4th October 1971 by Lamba Scooters of Carshalton, Surrey, it is offered in the original and rare Red. We could not see any evidence of touching-up of paint anywhere on the scooter and this can be clearly seen by careful examination of the photographs online. Evidentially, from the photographs, the GP200 displays with much originality, and on such a rare scooter.

The side panels have been painted, but it would be fairly easy to find GP panels in original Red paint patina to complete an absolutely pure Electronic. In terms of originality, it is probably the best we have ever seen, we understand that scooter is in fine running condition. This is a very rare opportunity for the most serious collector of Lambrettas. In this original condition, of a model that is in demand, we expect significant interest in this scooter.

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1968 Lambretta SX200

ex Paul Weller’s own scooter

Estimate: £19,000 - £21,000*

Reg No: PNV 814F Frame No: 847329

CC: 198 Engine No: 847658

MOT: Exempt

• Large history file confirming provenance

• British registered from new

• V5C for use on UK roads

Some may regard the SX200 to be the finest scooter Innocenti produced, and Paul Weller to be the finest singer-songwriter to grace the pop charts. Famed as front man of The Jam, then The Style Council and then several incarnations as a solo artist, ‘The Modfather’ is a legend and this lot falling into the ‘cool’ category to boot.

Bought by himself in 1991, at the time Paul Weller was working on his second solo album. He saw this one in The Scooter Shop in Woking. It has featured in several private ‘behind the scenes’ photographs and in his biography. It also features on the inside cover of his second solo album ‘Wildwood’ and he can be seen riding three up with drummer Steve White and bassist Marco Nelson. Most famously, it can also be seen in the official pop video for ‘Friday Street’ where Paul Weller is seen riding it. He very kindly donated it to the Sun newspaper campaign in aid of the Teenage Cancer Trust in 2002. It did, however, go to auction once again, very soon after in the Christies pop memorabilia auction a year later on April 30th, 2003. It then appeared for sale online and was snapped up by a genuine Weller fan and kept in a collection for almost 20 years.

A large amount of memorabilia and provenance documents accompany this lot including:

• Scootering Magazine from January 1992 with Paul and the scooter on the front cover and exclusive article inside with Paul explaining why he bought the scooter

• A picture of him at The Scooter Shop in Woking where he bought it

• Old Blue V5 with Paul’s real name on the log book and the date he bought it

• The biographical book by Paolo Hewitt ‘Days Lose Their Names and Time Slips By’ with a double page of Paul and his son and friend on the scooter at their home

• Copy of Scootering magazine from May, 2000, with an interview with Paul explaining that he would never sell his White SX200

• Copy of press from The Sun newspaper as they praise him for donating the scooter to their Teenage cancer Trust campaign

• Full correspondence from Christies auctioneers from when it was included in their pop memorabilia sale in 2003. Lot information and auction tag

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1952 ACMA 125 V51

Extremely original

Estimate: £7,000 - £8,000*

Reg No: 32966 Frame No: 32966

CC: 125 Engine No: 13350

MOT: Exempt

• Very rare model in the UK

• Extremely original including paint

• NOVA for V5 for UK registration

The V51 was first introduced in March,1951, with the characteristic ‘bug eye’ headlamp as a ‘Tringle’ (rod-geared model) and production ran until September, 1952. It is believed that there are less than a handful in the UK.

This example is one of the last V51 models produced and is in an extremely original condition. First registered on 11th July, 1952, and sold by the dealer, E. Antras from Muret near Toulouse, we can see by the vehicle declaration document that it was owned by a farmer, Mr Julia in the Haute Garonne region of southern France, since at least February 1958. The ACMA V51 is regarded highly in collectors circles. The absolute replication of the early Italian models but with the unique headlight set up was a one-off design that was never repeated. This is a rare opportunity to acquire an in-demand model that seldom comes up for sale.

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1954 Vespa VL1T custom

M244 Quattrini

Estimate: £7,000 - £8,000*

Reg No: 309 XVU Frame No: VL1T6560

CC: 200 Engine No: VSE1M0293036

MOT: Exempt

• An impressive custom creation by Claudio Cattaneo

• Only 300 miles recorded since restoration

• V5C is present

We present here an intriguing custom vintage incarnation based on an early 1954 example of an Italian VL1T ‘Struzzo’ and a performance 244cc Quattrini engined conversion of a VSE1M Rally 200 engine it now has 25hp with possibility to upgrade to 40hp.

This project, commissioned by the vendor, took 18 months to complete and was carried out by renowned Italian customiser and restorer Claudio Cattaneo. Many original parts were retained. The new and customised items were extensive and carefully designed to fit with the brief. Finished in Pearl Olive Black paint this M244 Quattrini is currently set up at around 25hp but with the ability to be tuned up to 40hp we are informed. Our consultant was able ATC to ride the scooter and in his words, ‘it was very quick’. In very presentable condition this scooter is registered for the road with V5C.

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1963 Lambretta TV175 series 3

Estimate: £5,500 - £6,500*

Reg No: KGW 621A Frame No: 514345

CC: 175 Engine No: 501520

MOT: Exempt

• Restored by Scootopia

• Recent mechanical rebuild

• V5 present

The Lambretta TV175 Series 3 was launched in March 1962 and it was the first scooter supplied with an internal disc brake. It had a very good reputation as a smooth and well-balanced scooter with great handling attributes. This very presentable example in our opinion was imported from the USA around 2010. It was then treated to a full restoration in 2012 by the much revered ‘Scootopia Danny’ Hodgkins at Scootopia as a standard TV175 but with Casatronic 12v ignition well hidden inside the rectifier box (a standard Scootopia innovation at the time). The scooter was painted in standard TV Series 3 White with attractive Black and Red panels and with Candy stripe beading.

It appears to have been well maintained since restoration. In recent times our vendor has had the entire engine rebuilt with a Mark Broadhurst RT195 Road tour top end, BGM big bore Clubman exhaust and a 25mm Dellorto carburettor. We are informed by the vendor that this scooter has been his rally scooter and he has made several long-distance journeys over the past two years with no issues.

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1979 Vespa (Douglas) Rally 200

Completely original with full history

Estimate: £8,500 - £9,500*

Reg No: UBN 759T Frame No: VSE1T 0037374

CC: 200 Engine No: VSE1M 0037758

MOT: Exempt

• UK registered from new on 1st April 1979

• 4000 verified miles from new with full history

• Believed ‘completely original’, including paint

The Rally 200 made between 1972 and 1979 is much sought after by collectors due to its excellent and powerful performance coupled with attractive lines.

This very late example was registered new on the 1st April 1979. The first Blue registration V5 document is present, noting both of the previous owners. On examination the scooter presents in a truly remarkable ‘original’ untouched condition. We were able to see the scooter start easily on the first kick, but would recommend a basic service to optimise performance. There are a number of supplied documents, including the original Blue registration V5 document from 1979, a tax disc from 1984 and a large number of MOTs that support the mileage verification. As an in-demand model, with low owner history, such low mileage and in such unmolested original condition we expect significant interest in this scooter.

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Previously sold with H&H at the NMM 1973 MV Agusta 750 S Sold for £98,900* in December 2022 *inc Buyer’s Premium of 15% plus VAT An Auction of Classic Motorcycles & Vintage Scooters 15th November 2023, The National Motorcycle Museum sales@HandH.co.uk | 01925 210035 | HandH.co.uk *All hammer prices are subject to the following Buyer’s Premium | Motorcycles & Scooters 15% plus VAT

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An Auction of Classic & Collector Motorcycles

c.1958 Ariel 4G MkII

No Reserve*

Reg No: VXM 672 Frame No: CGM1784

CC: 997 Engine No: CNML1893

MOT: Exempt

• Owned for the last 30 years

• Mostly a complete restoration project

• Old style V5 on file

Edward Turner, devised the Square Four engine in 1928. The “Cammy” engine gained a reputation for overheating the rear cylinder heads, so in 1936 the engine was completely redesigned, emerging as the 1937 OHV 995cc model 4G. In 1953, the ‘four pipe’ 997cc Ariel Square Four MkII was released, with separate barrels, a re-designed cylinder head with four separate exhaust pipes from two cast-aluminium manifolds and a rocker-box combined with the inlet manifold. A redesigned frame provided clearance for the high-mounted, tall, car-type, SU carburettor.

On offer is a c.1958 Ariel Square Four 4G MkII. It has not moved for many years and the late vendor purchased it in approximately 1993. A very worthy project once completed and the fuel tank and front mudguard accompany the machine. It appears to be an original machine and it’s offered with an old-style V5.

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c.1994 Kawasaki KZ1000 P

No Reserve*

Reg No: Unregistered Frame No: JKAKZCP29RB511855

CC: 1000 Engine No: Not visible

MOT: TBA

• Purchased by the vendor over 20 years ago

• A restoration project complete with panniers

• Not run for many years

• Import document from 2000

The KZ1000P was built as a police specification machine. Made famous as the featured California Highway Patrol (CHP of ‘CHiPs’) motorcycles used in the US TV series ‘CHiPs’ from 1977 to 1983, they were, and still are, used with law enforcement agencies and as parade escort motorcycles across the USA. The earlier versions wore a simple front screen whereas later versions had a full fairing, as seen in the film ‘Terminator 2 - Judgement Day’.

Believed to be a 1994 model (recorded on the import papers) of the Kawasaki KZ1000P, this example was purchased by the late vendor in Malaysia when he was out there and then imported into the UK in 2000 as a project, but sadly the vendor never got around to starting it. It’s a fairly complete machine and has a fairing and a new-old-stock screen. It is accompanied by an import document from 2000 and will need to be UK registered.

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1968 Norton 650 SS

Older restoration

Estimate: £3,000 - £4,000*

Reg No: NHE 397F Frame No: 119721

CC: 650 Engine No: 119721

MOT: Exempt

• Owned for the last 25 years

• Older restoration to a good standard

• Some recommissioning required

Norton was founded by James Lansdowne Norton in Birmingham in 1898 and began building motorcycles with French and Swiss engines in 1902.

In 1907 a Norton with a Peugeot engine won the first Isle of Man TT race starting a long tradition of sporting excellence. Developed for their Manx Norton race bikes, the legendary ‘featherbed frame’ eventually made its way onto the road in 1953 housing the 500cc twin-cylinder engine in the Dominator 88. Further development increased the engine size and the introduction of the 650 SS in 1962 formed the ultimate expression of the Dominator range and when coupled with Norton’s Roadholder forks became one of the most sought-after ‘cafe racers’ in the 1960s.

The 1968 Norton 650 SS on offer was purchased by the late vendor some 25 years ago. It has had an extensive restoration in that time and has not been used much since completion. The Norton will need recommissioning before use due to having been in storage. It is offered with an old-style V5.

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1961 Gilera Rossa Extra

Restored

Estimate: £1,500 - £2,500*

Reg No: Unregistered Frame No: T9463

CC: 125 Engine No: 1015673

MOT: Exempt

• Fully restored Gilera Rossa

• Been on display in the house

• Import paperwork on file

Throughout the 1950s the Gilera name was synonymous with racing. From the publicity surrounding that era of success, the sales of road bikes brought the money in. Most of their machines were lightweight affairs with a 125cc engine, moving up to 150cc and 175cc OHV singles. Expensive outside their Italian home market, the Gilera motorcycles were a rare sight elsewhere. Launched in 1957, the Rossa Extra was a deluxe version of the 175 Sport.

This 1961 Gilera Rossa Extra was purchased by the late vendor over 20 years ago and displayed in the house since. It turns over with compression and would make a nice little lightweight machine, once recommissioning has been completed. It comes with an import document and will need to be UK registered.

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1923 Triumph Ricardo

Ex Brighton Museum

Estimate: £9,000 - £11,000*

Reg No: NK 5622 Frame No: 330140

CC: 500 Engine No: R89464

MOT: Exempt

• Owned for over 40 years

• Been on display in the house ever since

• Handsome vintage machine

Named after engine designer Sir Harry Ricardo a replacement for the aging Triumph side-valves, it featured an innovative four valve head design and was capable of over 70 mph, set three world speed records and won a gold medal in the 1923 International Six Day Trial (ISDT). The engine achieved over 20bhp the same as a 1500cc car engine of the time. The cycle parts were based on Triumph’s well-proven Triumph Model H side-valve. The ‘Riccy’ continued in production as a sports model until 1928.

This 1923 Triumph Ricardo on offer was purchased from the Brighton Museum around 1980. The vendor placed it in his house and that is where it has resided since. The bike was kicked-over regularly and appears to have good compression and selects in all gears. A truly time warp machine, and with a little recommissioning will come back to life. It comes complete with a continuation RF60 log book from 1925, and an old-style V5.

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1996 Ducati 900SS

Only 2 owners from new Estimate: £2,500 - £3,500*

Reg No: N248 GHG Frame No: 021116

CC: 900 Engine No: 031367

MOT: April 2024

• Standard and original 900SS Desmodue, recently recommissioned

• Serviced with new belts, carbs cleaned and a top-end overhaul

• A future classic supplied with a long MOT and a current V5C

In response to the demand for larger capacity bikes, Ducatis chief engineer Fabio Taglioni designed the classic V-twin bevel drive engine first used in the 1971 GT750. This proved to be an immediate success, helped considerably by Paul Smart’s win in the 1972 Imola 200 race. This started a tradition of race-winning V-twins that have gone on to dominate World Superbike racing over the years.

This standard and original 900SS Desmodue has only had two owners from new, bought by its second owner in 2018. The bike had been stood for a few years, so the vendor has since replaced the fork seals and the rear disc. A top-end overhaul has been carried out with the heads polished, valves lapped in and re-shimmed together with new timing belts. The carbs have been vapour blasted, ultrasonically cleaned and all seals replaced. It recently passed an MOT with no advisories. A fast-appreciating classic that can still hold its own in modern day road conditions supplied with a current V5C.

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1979 Honda XL 250

Estimate: £1,500 - £2,000*

Reg No: DDL 18V Frame No: LS505018107

CC: 249 Engine No: LS250E5018377

MOT: Exempt

• Fully rebuilt engine 2020

• Advised it is running very well

• The ideal lightweight off roader

This Honda XL 250 has recently been owned by an enthusiast who sadly now needs to part with it due to ill health. The engine was rebuilt by Sapphire Motor Cycles of Kendal, Cumbria in 2020, and has yet to be run in, though has been started at regular intervals. It benefits from new chains and tyres and the vendor has advised us the engine and five-speed gearbox as ‘excellent’, the suspension as ‘good’, the Red paintwork as ‘average to good’, and the frame as ‘average’. The machine comes complete with electric start and some history, including invoices for the engine work.

Famed for the quality and innovation of its multi-cylinder engines, Honda took the motorcycle world somewhat by surprise when it produced the single-cylinder four-stroke 250cc unit used for the XL250, which therefore became not only the first modern four-stroke enduro bike, but the first mass-produced four–valve motorcycle. Production of the popular 24hp Honda began in 1972 and, courtesy of regular tweaks to the specification continued throughout most of the ‘80s.

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1943 Norton 16H

Restored example

Estimate: £4,000 - £5,000*

Reg No: GXN 681

Frame No: 75173

CC: 498 Engine No: AS19184 (Not visible)

MOT: Exempt

• Low ownership from new

• Restored example with a rare panel tank

• Rarely used since completion of restoration

The 16H was first released in the early 1930s and was a popular model during WW2, with most production going to the armed forces where it earned an enviable reputation for reliability and durability. The model was one of the first civilian bikes built by Norton after the ending of hostilities and in 1947 it received its final modification with telescopic forks improving handling.

Understood to have been manufactured c.1937, but registered in June 1943, it has previous ownership since 1971 and only two owners from new. It was laid up in 1972 following a front tyre blow out. Restored in 2017 to a very good standard and with very little use since completion, it has a modern 6v battery housed in the original cover, a period rear light, unusual example having clocks mounted on the fuel tank. It comes complete with a Green continuation log book, an owner’s handbook and current V5C.

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1982 Honda GL1100 Gold Wing

A very original machine

Estimate: £4,000 - £5,000*

Reg No: OMK 766X Frame No: SC022200569

CC: 1099 Engine No: SC02E2221191

MOT: Exempt

• A nicely presented Honda Gold Wing

• Very original machine

• Correct numbers

The Honda Gold Wing is a series of touring motorcycles manufactured by Honda. Gold Wings feature shaft drive and a flat engine. Mooted by the press in September of 1974 as “The world’s biggest motor cycle manufacturer’s first attack on the over 750cc capacity market..” It was introduced at the Cologne Motorcycle Show in October of 1974.

This 1982 Honda Gold Wing has been enjoyed by the current vendor since he purchased it. In his ownership he has had the following work carried out: Cambelt changed within the last 1000 miles, two new tyres, a new battery and a recent full service. The Honda is running very well and is used on a regular basis, mainly for local runs to the shop and vintage club-night events. The condition of the machine is very good for its age, showing some age to it. It is offered with 11 old MOT certificates, supporting the displayed mileage, and there is a current V5C.

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1967 Triton

Registered as a Triton from 1967

Estimate: £5,500 - £6,500*

Reg No: JHR 109 Frame No: J1254655

CC: 650 Engine No: 010368 6T

MOT: Exempt

• A well-restored Triton

• Registered as a Triton from 1967

• Only 165 miles since the restoration

One of the classic images of the 1960s heyday of British motorcycling is the Triton, a perfect blend of the legendary Norton Featherbed frame and the Triumph twin engine. Unfortunately, the original Norton engines were not as reliable, so the stronger and more readily available Triumph twin was often used.

This 1967 Triton has been registered from new as a ‘Triton’ and has been fully stripped and blasted and repainted in its striking Red. The forks have been completely stripped and fitted with new springs. The headstock has been checked with new bearings, clip-ons and leavers. The wheels are the original items from new, which have been refurbished, and new tyres and tubes fitted. The engine was stripped cleaned and refurbished where necessary and fitted with +40 pistons. It benefits from a Norvil charging system at the time of rebuild and is fitted with a maintenance-free Mottablott battery. We have been advised the Triton is running well and ready for its new owner. It is offered with its original RF60 log book and a current V5C.

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1977 Motobécane Velosolex Type 5000

No Reserve* Reg No: WFE 82R Frame No: 9049322

CC: 49 Engine No: 5320164

MOT: Exempt

• Very original Motobécane Velosolex

• A large box file full of information

• A considerable amount of spares

Motobécane was a French manufacturer of bicycles, mopeds, motorcycles, and other small vehicles, established in 1923. “Motobécane” is a compound of “moto”, short for motorcycle; “bécane” is slang for “bike.” For many years Motobécane was France’s largest manufacturer of motorcycles. The Velosolex/Solex motorised bicycle was conceived during World War II and marketed in 1946, with 8 million being sold between 1946 and 1988 in France and internationally, having been marketed in some 70 countries. The French design ceased production in 1988. From 1971 the 5000 was an upgraded version of the popular 3800 model preceding it.

This 1977 Motobécane Velosolex Type 5000 was one man’s passion, he collected enough spares with the bike for another two machines. Most of the spares seem to be new-old-stock and the other components have been refurbished to a good standard. There is a large box file full of handbooks, information about the marque, and many receipts. It is offered complete with a current V5C.

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2009 Triumph Bonneville 865 SE

One owner from new Estimate: £2,000 - £3,000*

Reg No: CN09 BNU Frame No: SMTTJ9107G9398771

CC: 865 Engine No: 394500

MOT: Exempt

• One single owner from new

• In very good order throughout

• Very well looked after machine

The mid to late 2000s Bonneville strongly resembled the earlier models in style and basic configuration, but with modern engineering. At the debut the new version was given a 790cc parallel-twin engine, with the up-spec T100 receiving an 865cc engine from 2005. The Bonneville SE, with 865cc, was introduced in 2009. The uprated model still had the Black engine, cast alloy wheels and upswept megaphone exhaust silencers, but with a traditional metal tank badge, polished alloy engine covers and ‘shortie’ mudguards. Available with two-tone colour scheme

On offer is a 2009 Triumph Bonneville 865 SE, it has been in single ownership since new. The owner was always keen to keep it nicely presented and always maintained. Displaying just over 35,000 miles from new and still holding up well, it is offered with a current V5C. Please note: This machine is a Category N Insurance Loss. No Structural Damage and Repairable - Insurer Decided Not to Repair. We have been informed it was damaged because of a topple-over by the owner. The only damage was to a silencer and some smaller items which have since been replaced.

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1998 Ducati 750SS

Includes front and rear paddock stands

Estimate: £2,000 - £2,500*

Reg No: R192 YLK Frame No: DM750SC-010546

CC: 750 Engine No: 013481

MOT: None

• Standard and original Ducati 750SS Super Sport

• Original owner’s manual, service book and two keys

• A future classic supplied with a current V5C

Ducati was established in 1926 by Antonio Ducati and his sons and by the 1960s had become associated with performance bikes selling a range of sporty 250 and 350 singles. In response to the demand for larger capacity bikes chief engineer Fabio Taglioni designed the classic V-twin bevel drive engine first used in the 1971 GT750. This proved to be an immediate success, helped considerably by Paul Smart’s win in the 1972 Imola 200 race. This started a tradition of race-winning V-twins that have gone on to dominate World Superbike racing over the years.

This 750SS, presented in standard and original condition, has been part of an enthusiast private collection for the last couple of years. Presented in standard trim and still fitted with its original ZDM-B10 exhaust system, it has not been run since July 2021 so will need recommissioning before use. The bike comes supplied with front and rear paddock stands, an owner’s manual, a service manual, lots of receipts and old MOTs, 2 keys and a current V5C.

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1961 Greeves Hawkstone 250

Registered for use on the road

Estimate: £1,750 - £2,250*

Reg No: 457 XUM Frame No: 61/2115

CC: 250 Engine No: 532B 10990

MOT: Exempt

• Villiers engined Greeves Hawkstone scrambler model

• Authentically restored in silver and blue to a good standard

• Supplied with a spare parts manual and a V5C

Greeves Motorcycles was founded by Bert Greeves in 1951 and produced a range of road machines and later competition mounts for trials, scramblers and road racing machines. Utilising Villiers supplied engines they went onto great success in off road competition including Dave Bickers’ wins in the 1960 and 1961 European Scrambler World Championship. The 250 Hawkstone was named after the motocross track in Shropshire and is easily distinguishable by Greeves trademark leading link forks and cast alloy frame.

This 1961 Hawkstone 250, in classic Greeves colours of Blue frame and Silver petrol tank, has been part of an enthusiast private collection of off-road bikes for a number of years and is offered in authentically restored condition. Fitted with a Villiers engine and sporting Greeves patented leading link front forks and alloy frame member it is registered for use on the road. The bike has not been run for a few years so will need recommissioning before use and comes supplied with a spares manual, a few old MOTs and a current V5C.

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1960 Velocette 350 Viper Clubman

Velo Owners Club dating letter

Estimate: £3,750 - £4,500*

Reg No: 840 XVC Frame No: RS 14031

CC: 350 Engine No: VR 2628C

MOT: Exempt

• Clubman Viper with cutaway tank and alloy rims

• 2LS front brake, tachometer, clip-ons and rear sets

• Supplied with maintenance manual and a V5C

Velocette is the brand name of motorcycles made by Veloce Ltd in Hall Green, Birmingham between 1904 and 1971. Renowned for the quality of its products, the company was “always in the picture” in international motorcycle racing from the mid 1920s through to the 1950s, culminating in two 350cc World Championship titles and its legendary, and still-unbeaten, record of averaging over 100mph for 24 hours on a Venom 500cc single cylinder machine.

This Clubman Viper has been part of an enthusiast private collection and has the Thruxton style cutaway fuel tank and 2LS front brake with air scoop together with its rear set footrest, alloy mudguards, clip on handlebars, alloy rims and tachometer. The bike comes with a dating letter from the Velo Owners Club confirming it was manufactured in February 1960 on its existing frame and engine numbers and has a later Amal carb to aid starting and running. Not run for a number of years it will need recommissioning before use and comes supplied with a maintenance manual and a current V5C.

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1960 LE Velocette

Fully enclosed water cooled twin

Estimate: £1,000 - £1,500*

Reg No: EBW 403A

Frame No: 2941-34

CC: 200 Engine No: 29413

MOT: Exempt

• Authentically restored LE Velo ‘Noddy’ bike

• Water-cooled 2 stroke twin cylinder engine

• Supplied with a workshop manual and a V5C

The LE Velocette was manufactured by Veloce Ltd, a company more famous for its bigger performance bikes, from 1948 up to the late sixties. With its horizontally opposed water-cooled twin-cylinder engine and all enclosing bodywork, it was designed to answer criticism that motorcycles were noisy and dirty and to a large extent it was successful. At first offered with a 150cc engine, its initial performance was somewhat pedestrian so the motor was eventually increased to 200cc and it found favour with over 50 police forces around the UK. Police riders of the day were expected to nod to senior officers whilst riding past and the bike became known affectionally as the ‘Noddy’ bike to the general public.

This 1960 200cc model has been part of a private collection for a number of years and has been authentically restored keeping a good degree of originality. The bike has not been run for a few years, so will need recommissioning before use and comes supplied with a workshop manual and a current V5C.

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1959 Ariel Leader

Fitted with optional panniers and screen

Estimate: £2,000 - £2,500*

Reg No: XOK 350 Frame No: T1001A

CC: 250 Engine No: T1001A

MOT: Exempt

• Distinctive fully enclosed 1960 Ariel Leader 250

• Fitted with an original optional set of Ariel panniers

• Supplied with workshop and owner’s manual and a V5C

Like a lot of British motorcycle companies, Ariel began producing bicycles in the late 1800s eventually progressing onto motorcycles in 1902.

Designed by Val Page and Bernard Knight, the Ariel Leader featured a 250cc two-stroke engine suspended from a monocoque frame fabricated from pressed steel panels. The fuel tank was hidden inside this structure and accessed by lifting the hinged seat and a dummy petrol tank was used for storage large enough to fit a crash helmet. The fully enclosed bodywork, first developed by Phil Vincent, for the innovative Vincent Black Prince, was the most prominent feature with none of the working parts of the motorcycle in view

This 1959 Leader has been part of an enthusiast private collection and is fitted with the original optional colour matched pannier set and tall screen and what appear to be aftermarket indicators. The bike has not been run for a while so will need recommissioning before use and comes supplied with a new workshop manual, an original owner’s manual and a current V5C.

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1958 Velocette Venom 500

Fitted with ‘Thruxton’ style tank, seat and half fairing

Estimate: £4,500 - £5,500*

Reg No: 114 UYO Frame No: RS 10756

CC: 500 Engine No: VM 3453

MOT: Exempt

• ‘Thruxtonised’ Venom with sports seat and fairing

• Alloy rims, tachometer, clip-ons and rear sets

• Supplied with maintenance manual and a V5C

Velocette is the brand name of motorcycles made by Veloce Ltd in Hall Green, Birmingham between 1904 and 1971. Renowned for the quality of its products, the company was “always in the picture” in international motorcycle racing from the mid 1920s through to the 1950s, culminating in two 350cc World Championship titles and its legendary, and still-unbeaten, record of averaging over 100mph for 24 hours on a 500cc single cylinder machine. This was achieved on a Venom in 1961 cementing its reputation as one of the best sports bikes of its day.

This Venom has been part of an enthusiast private collection and has been ‘Thruxtonised’ with a cutaway fuel tank, sports seat, rear set footrest, clipon handlebars, alloy rims and a tachometer all finished off with a top half fairing with built in headlight. Not run for a number of years, it will need recommissioning before use and comes supplied with a maintenance manual and a current V5C.

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1957 Greeves Scottish

Leading link forks with alloy frame

Estimate: £1,750 - £2,250*

Reg No: 896 UXR Frame No: 8057/TA

CC: 200 Engine No: 625B3577

MOT: Exempt

• Villiers engined Greeves Scottish trials model

• Authentically restored to a good standard

• Supplied with various manuals and a V5C

Greeves Motorcycles was a British motorcycle manufacturer founded by Bert Greeves which produced a range of road machines and later competition mounts for observed trials, scrambles and road racing. The company produced motorcycles from 1952, funded by a contract with the Ministry of Pensions for their Invacar, a three-wheeler for disabled drivers.

The Greeves Scottish was named in honour of Jack Simpson’s class win in the 1957 Scottish Six Days Trial and for many years it was the clubmans favourite mount. The bike went through a few updates during its eightyear production span but was distinguished by its alloy frame section and leading link forks.

This 1957 Scottish in classic Greeves colours of Blue frame and Silver petrol tank has been part of an enthusiast private collection of trials bikes for a number of years and is offered in authentically restored condition. Fitted with a Villiers Type 9E engine, it has not been run for a few years so will need some recommissioning before use and comes supplied with a couple of manuals and a current V5C.

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1955 Royal Enfield 350 Bullet

Featured in the Oct ‘07 issue of ‘The Classic Motorcycle’

Estimate: £1,750 - £2,250*

Reg No: 304 DMK Frame No: 35680

CC: 350 Engine No: G2/35680

MOT: Exempt

• Genuine 350 Bullet Trials according to RE Owners Club

• Set up for road use with 19” rims, road tyres and gearing

• Supplied with buff log book, V5C and a magazine feature Part of an enthusiast’s private collection, according to the RE Owners Club this Royal Enfield left the factory as a ‘Trials Bullet’ on the 28th January, 1955, with matching engine and frame numbers 35680. It was dispatched to E R Fisher Motors Ltd and first registered by them on the 1st February and on its current registration number ‘304 DMK’. After passing through various hands it was discovered by the previous owner who carried out an in-depth restoration, documented in a feature in the October 2007 issue of ‘The Classic Motorcycle’. He decided to set the bike up for road use, so fitted 19” rims with road tyres, a luggage rack and altered the gearing to suit whilst keeping the original Lucas competition mag.

The bike has been stood for a few years now, so will need recommissioning and comes supplied with lots of paperwork, old MOTs, an original buff log book and a current V5C together with a copy of the magazine it is featured in.

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1955 DOT 197 Trials

‘Devoid of Trouble’ DOT trials bike

Estimate: £1,750 - £2,250*

Reg No: WAS 703 Frame No: H550047

CC: 200 Engine No: 069B/42971

MOT: Exempt

• Authentically restored 197 trials model

• Includes various books and manuals

• Supplied with a few old MOTs and a V5C

The DOT Cycle and Motor Manufacturing Company was established by Harry Reed in Manchester in 1903 as a cycle manufacturer and by 1906 they had built their first motorcycle using a Peugeot engine. In 1932 control of the company passed to a young Burnard Scott Wade who, together with his family, ran the concern until its closure, the DOT factory building still exists at Ellesmere Street and has become something of a landmark in Manchester. Famous for their slogan ‘Devoid of Trouble’ they mainly produced small capacity two strokes for competition use.

Part of an enthusiast’s private collection, this 1955 197cc trials model, featuring a Villiers engine and DOT’s own Earles type front fork, has been nicely restored back to its original condition. The bike has not been run for a few years so will need recommissioning before use and comes supplied with various workshop and spares manuals and even a copy of Ted Hardy’s book ‘Devoid of Trouble’, documenting the history of the marque as well as a few old MOTs and a current V5C.

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1953 Norton 500T

Genuine 500T trials model

Estimate: £4,500 - £5,500*

Reg No: NAS 219 Frame No: J3T 53526

CC: 500 Engine No: J3T 53526

MOT: Exempt

• Norton’s rare 500cc factory built trials model

• Thought to be only 24 made in late 1953 for 1954 season

• Supplied with workshop manuals and a current V5C

Norton was founded by James Norton in Birmingham in 1898. In 1907 a Norton with a Peugeot engine won the first Isle of Man TT race starting a long tradition of sporting excellence. More renowned for their exploits on the track, the 500T, introduced in 1949, was made for use in trials events and employed a modified 16H frame, special fork yokes that brought the fork legs back to the steering column, a sump guard and Roadholder telescopic forks fitted with a 7” front brake.

This 1953 model, thought to be one of only 24 made for the 1954 season, was part of an enthusiast’s private collection of mainly British trials bikes, and is offered in authentically restored condition. A good-looking bike, with its all-alloy top engine and doll’s head gearbox, it has not been run for a few years so will need some recommissioning before use. It is offered supplied with a VMCC dating letter, some old MOTs, workshop manuals and a current V5C.

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1977 Honda CB 550 K2

Estimate: £3,000 - £4,000*

Reg No: TRJ 344R Frame No: CB550K2014350

CC: 544 Engine No: CB550E/2020223

MOT: Exempt

• A ‘ride or restore’ machine

• New exhaust and silencers fitted

• Runs well

The Honda CB550 was made from 1974 to 1978. It had a four-cylinder 544cc SOHC air-cooled wet sump engine. The first version, the CB550K, was a development of the earlier CB500, and like its predecessor, had four exhaust pipes, four silencers and wire-spoked wheels, a rear drum brake and a front disc brake. Compared to Honda’s 1969 dry sump CB750, both the CB500 and the CB550 were much smaller and lighter. The CB550K shared some visual similarities with the CB750, and it fitted into Honda’s four-cylinder range as its mid-capacity bike.

This 1977 Honda 550 K2 is a ‘ride or restore’ machine. We have been advised that it is running well and certainly can be used as it is. Ideal for an easy restoration to a ‘show standard’ machine. It benefits from a complete, fairly newly fitted exhaust system at great expense. It comes complete with a current V5C.

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1975 BMW R90S

Estimate: £11,000 - £13,000*

Reg No: JYL 758N Frame No: 4082007

CC: 350 Engine No: 4082007

MOT: Exempt

• Nicely presented R90S

• In its striking colour Daytona Orange

• Running well

Popular with classic enthusiasts and ‘born again bikers’, the luxury German flat twins offer workmanship and reliability second to none. With the powerful 898cc power unit, the R90S can still hold their own with modern counterparts.

This 1975 BMW R90S on offer has been carefully looked after by its previous owner, with its sticking Daytona Orange colour, certainly stands out from the crowd. We have been advised it is running well with no known faults. It comes complete with a current V5C, an original owner’s manual, a BMW Europa service book, and some old MOT certificates.

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1963 BMW R69S

Estimate: £12,000 - £13,000*

Reg No: 879 SVO Frame No: 655228

CC: 600 Engine No: 655228

MOT: Exempt

• Lovely BMW R69S

• Original RF60 logbook

• An older restoration

BMW introduced the range-leading R69 in 1955 to universal praise. The new machine was able to approach the best of the British twins in terms of outright performance with the 594cc horizontally opposed overhead valve engine delivering 35bhp at 6,800rpm, sufficient to propel the machine to 102 mph, but more importantly, was able to sustain its pace almost indefinitely. 1960 witnessed the release of an improved version typed the R69S which developed more BHP (42 at 7,000rpm) without compromising the machines outstanding reliability.

An iconic 1963 BMW R69S, this machine has been cared for by its previous owner during his ownership. The engine has been changed some time ago and replaced with an engine built by an ex BMW specialist and side care racer using Kayser cylinders and FATH valve springs, it is not known when this was changed. We have been informed that the BMW runs very well. It is offered complete with its original RF60 logbook, current V5C, some old MOT certificates, receipts from Tintern Garage, Monmouthshire, relating to ‘879 SVO’ and also receipts for parts. A very interesting machine with a nice history. The engine has been changed from 655228 to 21056DD.

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1913 Triumph Model H

No Reserve* Reg No: BF 4189 Frame No: 252477

CC: 500 Engine No: 26457

MOT: Exempt

• A Pioneer eligible machine

• Current owner for the last 15 years

• An older restoration

At the start of the First World War in 1914 the British Government needed effective communications with front line troops and replaced messengers on horses with motorcycles. A number of models were tested, with the Triumph Model H was selected. The Model H was fitted with a 499cc aircooled four-stroke single-cylinder engine. It was also the first Triumph not to be fitted with pedals, so was a true motorcycle.

This 1913 Triumph Model H was purchased by the current vendor in 2008. He has used it on many VMCC events including the Pioneer run. Restored approximately 17 years ago it has now mellowed with age. The current vendor took it off the road to replace the magneto, but sadly due to other commitments has not had the time to refit it. It comes with its magento, sprockets, chain, and timing cover. This may be fitted before the sale if the vendor has time. An ideal veteran machine once recommissioned for the road. We have been advised that the engine is 1913 and the frame is 1914, it comes complete with a pioneer certificate and current V5C.

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1935 Triumph 5/5

No Reserve*

Reg No: JR 3822 Frame No: 54218

CC: 500 Engine No: 5/S6/3042

MOT: Exempt

• Very rare 1935 Triumph 5/5

• Restored a few years ago

• Part of a private collection of Triumphs

The predecessor of the Tiger 90, this 1935 late vintage Triumph 5/5 500cc OHV Twin Port was registered on the 30th of December of 1935. This is a very rare and early Triumph model, restored a number of years ago, and in its distinctive original colour scheme of Violet and chrome tank. An original machine with just 3 previous keepers from new. Not run for a couple of years, due to other commitments, it will require light recommissioning before use.

It is offered with its original Green card log book, old and current V5‚ original distinctive registration number, and a marvellous ‘mileage and work carried-out’ log.

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1960 Triumph 6T Thunderbird

60 years of ownership

Estimate: £5,500 - £6,500*

Reg No: 2804 HX Frame No: D15278

CC: 650 Engine No: 6TD15278

MOT: Exempt

• Purchased by the late vendor in 1964

• Used for work at RAF bases

• In oily rag condition

In 1937 the Edward Turner designed 500cc Speed Twin was released launching a range of Triumph twins that went on to epitomize British motorcycles in the post-war years. From 1960, the Thunderbird acquired Turner’s rear fairing nicknamed the ‘bathtub’ on account of its shape. This unpopular feature, dropped quickly in the USA market, remained in everabbreviated forms for the home market until disappearing altogether for the final year of production,

On offer is a 1960 Triumph Thunderbird, previously purchased by the late vendor in 1964 to use as his transport from RAF base to RAF Base. It was eventually dismantled and stored due to his work. Every component was labelled at the time and when he finally got time and space he put it back together and used it as he did before. It has some paintwork done whilst in his ownership, the Triumph will need to be recommissioned before use, due to being stood for a number of years. It is offered with its RF60 logbook and an old V5 and without a key.

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1971 Yamaha XS 650

Estimate: £3,200 - £4,200*

Reg No: WWT807J Frame No: S650112114

CC: 650cc Engine No: S650112114

MOT: Exempt

• Displaying just c.27,039 miles

• Sought after ‘classic Yamaha’

• Will require a check over before use

The Yamaha XS650 is a mid-size motorcycle made by Yamaha Motor Company. The standard model was introduced in October 1969, and produced through 1979. The XS650 began with the 1955 Hosk SOHC 500 twin. After about 10 years of producing 500 twin, Hosk engineers designed a 650cc twin. Later, the Hosk company was acquired by Showa Corporation, and in 1960 Yamaha had bought Showa with Hosk’s early design of 650cc twin. When the Yamaha XS 650 was launched in October 1969, it had one of the most advanced engines in its class of large parallel twin motorcycles.

Finished in Red with Black, the XS650 is reported by the vendor to be in good running order, however it will require a check over before use. It’s a tidy example of an increasingly sought after ‘classic’ Yamaha and displays just c.27,039 miles.

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1972 Triumph Trident

Estimate: £7,000 - £9,000*

Reg No: GWD 427K Frame No: HE01506

CC: 750cc Engine No: HE01506

MOT: Exempt

• UK supplied machine

• One keeper from new and unmolested

• Still fitted with ‘ray guns’

Triumph is one of the most iconic and revered names in the history of motorcycling. Established in Coventry in 1885, by the start of the 1900s the company had made its first motorcycle beginning a continuous run of production under various ownership until its eventual closure in 1983. In 1937 the Edward Turner designed Speed Twin was released, thus launching a range of Triumph twins that went on to epitomize British motorcycles in the post-war years. The 3 cylinder 750cc Trident was essentially one and a half 500cc twins and proved to be the last success story for the company, with the bike going on to dominate the early years of the Formula 750 race series.

Finished in a Mauve/Purple colour, iconic in the 1970s, this is a UKsupplied machine that is being offered for auction. With only one registered keeper from new, this machine presents as an original and unmolested example, still fitted with original ‘ray guns’ and correct in having been supplied with a twin disc front-end from new. It’s in running order but will require recommissioning before use. There is a history file with a quantity of invoice, paperwork and an original Triumph service manual. twin disc front end from new.

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1976 Honda Chaly

Estimate: £2,000 - £3,000*

Reg No: LOP 271P Frame No: CF70-2011720

CC: 72cc Engine No: CF70E-211756

MOT: Exempt

• Unmolested, UK supplied Chaly

• Low mileage and owners

• ‘Good running order’

A similar design to Honda’s Dax, which first saw the light of day in 1969, the Chaly was introduced in 1972 as a development of simple-to-use, small machines, that traced their roots back to the famous Z100 of 1963. Originally powered by a 50cc single overhead camshaft four-stroke, capacity was increased to 70cc in the early 1970s. It’s lightweight made for spritely performance. In production until 2000, the model is renowned for being compact, making it the ideal companion to use with a boat or motorhome.

Offered here is a desirable little machine from Honda. This CF70 ‘Chaly’ was originally UK supplied and currently presents as a low mileage machine with a low number of previous owners. Described by the vendor to be in ‘good running order’, it is in an unmolested condition, however, it is advised it should receive a check over before road use.

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1977 Kawasaki Z 1000

Estimate: £5,000 - £7,000*

Reg No: VPV915S Frame No: KZT00AO22681

CC: 1015cc Engine No: KZT00AE034909

MOT: Exempt

• Micron exhaust fitted

• Some ‘desirable’ fittings

• In ‘running order’

The Kawasaki Kz1000 or Z1000 is a motorcycle made in Japan by Kawasaki, manufacturing commenced in September 1976 for the 1977 model year.

The Z1000A1 was an upgraded model to replace the 1976 Kawasaki KZ900 (Z900), which in turn replaced the Z1 launched in 1972 in the Z series. It has an inline-four cylinder engine and a 5-speed transmission, in a ‘one down and four up’ configuration. Producing about 90hp, it was one of the fastest production motorcycles of the era.

Offered here is a 1977 Z1000 in Green and Black. Described as a ‘Street Fighter’, it has some upgrades which include a Micron exhaust and other desirable fittings. The vendor describes the machine as being in ‘running order’, however, it will require a check-over before use.

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c.1926 Triumph Model P

No Reserve*

Reg No: Unregistered Frame No: 023885

CC: 500 Engine No: 209862

MOT: Exempt

• Restored to a good standard

• Not used since his ownership

• This machine is not registered

Introduced in 1925, the Model P succeeded in achieving Triumph’s aims of under-cutting its rivals, selling for £42 17s 6d, a figure that only BSA could approach with their 493cc “3 ½” at £44. The new machine was entirely conventional with a side valve engine, three speeds and chain drive, although the early contracting band front brake was unusual and somewhat marginal in performance, it was replaced when the second batch of machines was produced, the first 20,000 having been built at the rate of 1000 a week during 1925.

This c.1926 Triumph Model P was purchased as a restoration project by the current vendor. Since his ownership, he has restored it to a good standard. Not used since completion it has formed part of a private collection of Triumph motorcycles. Due to other commitments, the machine has stood for a couple of years and will need to be recommissioned before use. The Model P has not been registered and will need to be registered for road use.

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c.1929 Triumph NSD

No Reserve*

Reg No: Unregistered Frame No: Not visible

CC: 500 Engine No: 300415

MOT: Exempt

• Part of a private collection of Triumphs

• Restored a few years ago and then not used

• No documents with this lot

In the late 1920s, it was considered that you needed an extra 50cc to haul a sidecar, so Triumph added 10mm to the stroke of a Model N to get a 550cc for the 1929 model year. The Model NSD was added to the range in April 1928. About 4,450 of these were produced. The 5.49hp engine featured adjustable tappets, a decompressor on the right-hand side of the crank case, a cable operated exhaust valve lifter, an aluminium piston, full floating gudgeon pin, and a roller-bearing big end. You could buy the machine on a ‘Pay-as-you-ride’ plan with the basic model requiring an £11/19/6 deposit and twelve monthly payments of £3/15/-.

This c.1929 Triumph NSD has been restored by the current vendor some years ago. It has formed part of a collection of Triumph motorcycles through the ages. Not used in the last few years due to other commitments, the NSD will need to be recommissioned before use. This lot does not have any documentation with it, so registration will need to be applied for. An ideal Vintage machine.

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1971 Honda CB500K0

Fitted with genuine 4 into 4 exhaust system

Estimate: £6,000 - £8,000*

Reg No: WWU 641J Frame No: CB500-1003494

CC: 500 Engine No: CB500E-1003807

MOT: Exempt

• Early CB500 K0 model, restored at great expense

• Fitted with a genuine Honda HM323 exhaust system

• Supplied with numerous receipts and current V5C

This Honda was purchased in 2019 by a retired Engineer with over 50 years experience who has a passion for mechanical engineering and vehicle restoration. This is the latest project from a line of restorations that include several motorcycles and cars. This original K0 variant had been imported from South Dakota, USA, and required a full restoration. The odometer shows just over 12,000 miles which is believed to be accurate based on the fact that there was very little wear to the engine. The bike was stripped down with all parts examined, restored or replaced with a huge library of receipts amounting to thousands of pounds from reputable retailers and Honda specialists.

The renovation has been completed to the original US spec., such as retaining the slightly higher handlebars so that it remains true to its original specification (the K0 was not originally imported to the UK). The bike has completed roughly 200 miles since and the vendor is planning to ride the bike to the auction. Supplied with numerous receipts and a current V5C.

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1988 Honda ST50 Dax

One previous owner

Estimate: £1,500 - £2,500*

Reg No: F616 OWK Frame No: AB232000064

CC: 49 Engine No: AB22E1007655

MOT: Exempt

• One previous owner from new

• Very low mileage

• Used as a pit bike on racing circuits

Honda launched the ST50, ST70 and CT70 in August 1969 and production ran into 1981. A key feature of the ST50 is the T-bone pressed steel frame that distinguishes it from the Gorilla and the Monkey-bike. As a general description, the ST-series bikes have a bench-style saddle, small fat tyres, and folding handle bars. They have an air-cooled 4-stroke engine with either a 3-speed semi-automatic transmission with an automatic centrifugal clutch or a 4-speed manual gearbox.

This 1988 Honda ST50 Dax left the Suzuka factory in 1988 and was purchased by its first UK owner as a pit bike for his classic racing. Stored for many years after use, it was purchased by the current vendor to use once it was recommissioned. Last used for the Distinguished Gentleman’s Rise in 2019, the fuel system has been flushed out of the oil system recently. A genuine low-mileage Honda Dax, offered with a current V5C.

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1929 Triumph CTT

No Reserve* Reg No: VC 1368

Frame No: 809796

CC: 500 Engine No: 130172

MOT: Exempt

• A handsome Vintage machine

• Restored approximately 7 years ago

• Current V5C on file

The CTT first appeared at the end of the 1920s, and was marketed as Triumph’s top of the range sports motorcycle of the time. These days surviving examples of the CTT are rare and it offers the enthusiast something very interesting amongst the plethora of pre-war Triumphs.

The 1929 Triumph CTT on offer, was purchased by the current owner as an addition to his Triumph collection. Restored to a very good standard around 7 years ago, it has been enjoyed by the previous owner until the current vendor purchased it. Not run for a couple of years, it will require some light recommissioning before use. A fast and very usable Vintage machine for many VMCC events in the future. It is offered with a V5C.

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1919 Triumph Model H

No Reserve* Reg No: 5351 MU Frame No: 303786

CC: 550 Engine No: 80259YRT

MOT: Exempt

• Part of a collection of Triumph motorcycles

• Owned for the last ten years

• An older restoration

By the outbreak of the Great War, Triumph’s reputation for quality and reliability was well established, At the start of the First World War in 1914 the British Government needed effective communications with front line troops and replaced messengers on horses with despatch riders on motorcycles.

A number of models were tested for suitability and the Triumph Model H was selected. With the rear wheel driven by a belt, the Model H was fitted with a 499cc air-cooled four-stroke single-cylinder engine. It was also the first Triumph not to be fitted with pedals, so was a true motorcycle.

The current owner purchased this 1919 Triumph Model H to go into his collection of Triumph motorcycles. Purchased as a restored example, it has had little use since. The Triumph will need light recommissioning before placing back on the road. It is offered with a current V5C.

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1972 Benelli 125 Sport Special

Rare 125cc Sports Special

Estimate: £3,500 - £4,500*

Reg No: EKP 989K Frame No: DCM84090MN1442722

CC: 125 Engine No: Not visible

MOT: Exempt

• Horizontally opposed single cylinder 125

• Typically sporty early 1970s Italian style

• UK registered and supplied with a current V5C

Benelli was established in Pesaro, Italy in 1911 making it one the oldest of Italian motorcycle manufacturers still in operation. The company was purchased by the Italian-Argentine industrialist Alejandro de Tomaso, who was undoubtedly one of the most controversial and powerful figures in Italy in the ‘60s, ‘70s and ‘80s having founded De Tomaso Automobili in Modena and making his own series of road and racing cars, later acquiring a number of Italian companies such as Maserati, Innocenti, Ghia and Vignale and then, in 1971, Benelli and its competitor Moto Guzzi.

The Sport Special was a result of the merger of Benelli with Motobi in the early 1960s and features a 125cc four stroke engine with an horizontal cylinder and a five speed gearbox. A very sporty looking bike in Benellis trademark Metallic Green racing colours, it is fitted with typically Italian good quality brake and suspension components. Recently imported having spent most of its life in Bari, it is offered in excellent condition and is UK registered on a current V5C.

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1972 Fantic Ti

Ti (Turismo Internazionale) TX120

Estimate: £2,250 - £2,750*

Reg No: EKP 990K Frame No: 00968361

CC: 50 Engine No: Not visible

MOT: Exempt

• Authentically restored by Giovanni of Venice

• Fitted with a Proma expansion chamber

• UK registered and supplied with a current V5C

Fantic Motor is a relatively young Italian manufacturer that began producing bikes in 1968. The company has always used motorsport to promote its products, especially in off-road events, and in the 2023 season, Fantic Motor are competing in the Moto2 World Championship as the main sponsor of the Valentino Rossi’s VR46 Racing Team with its two riders, Celestino Vietti and Borja Gómez. One of its more popular models in the 1970s was the Fantic T.I., which quickly gained popularity with its Italian styling peaky Minarelli 49cc engine, stories of the T.I. reaching 70 mph were perhaps an exaggeration but over 50-55 mph could be achieved in the right conditions.

This 1972 50cc TX120, presenting in an excellent and authentic condition, has spent most of its life in Italy and has enjoyed a full restoration by Giovanni of Venice. Hardly run since the restoration, it still needs a good running-in and is UK registered and supplied with a current V5C.

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1973 Moto Guzzi Tuttuterreno

Rare Guzzi ‘All terrain’ trail bike

Estimate: £2,250 - £2,750*

Reg No: FWW 14M Frame No: MC1748

CC: 125 Engine No: Not visible

MOT: Exempt

• Excellently presented and rare Guzzi trail bike

• Restored back to authentic original condition

• UK registered and supplied with a current V5C

Moto Guzzi was established in 1921 by three friends from the Italian Air Corps and is Europes oldest motorcycle manufacturer, based in the same factory in Mandello del Lario ever since. Always innovative, they were very successful in Grand Prix racing with products as diverse as the 350cc horizontal single that won five world championships in a row to the incredible 500c V8. Whilst renowned for their large capacity four strokes Guzzi also produced a range of smaller two strokes in conjunction with Benelli, to satisfy demand on the home market, with very few being seen in the UK.

The Moto Guzzi Tuttuterreno, Italian for ‘all terrain’, was a result of Guzzis tie-up with Benelli during the De Tomaso years. A rare bike in the UK, its basically half the Benelli 250 2C twin and was also sold as the Benelli 125 Trail. This 1973 model is presented in excellent condition having undergone an extensive restoration back to original, standard condition. Registered in the UK, it comes supplied with a copy of the owners manual and current V5C.

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1976 Honda CB550/4

Mostly original

Estimate: £3,500 - £4,500*

Reg No: ORR 287P Frame No: CB550-1249943

CC: 544 Engine No: CB550E-1087656

MOT: Exempt

• A very original Honda 550/4

• Running well on the original engine

• All correct numbers machine

The Honda Motor Company was founded by Soichiro Honda in 1937, initially producing piston rings for Toyota. They made their first motorcycle in 1949 and within 10 years had become the biggest motorcycle manufacturer in the world. They have gone on to produce over 400 million two-wheelers as well as millions of other power products. The legendary CB750/4 was launched in 1969 to great acclaim and laid down the blueprint for the modern day superbike and beginning a range of SOHC Honda fours ranging from 350cc upwards. The 500 model followed shortly after the 750, eventually growing to 550cc.

The Honda CB550/4 on offer is a very original machine, the silencers have been changed due to bad corrosion, but apart from that it has mellowed well over the years. It has a few marks here and there but overall it’s a very presentable machine for its age. The current vendor has not used it much since the purchase due to other commitments. It comes complete with a current V5C and a folder with paperwork.

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1977 Suzuki GT 500A

Very low mileage

Estimate: £4,500 - £5,500*

Reg No: OHR 577R Frame No: 102197

CC: 493 Engine No: 102197

MOT: Exempt

• Just 3,873 miles from new

• Previous long-term ownership

• UK registered from new

The GT series is a series of two-stroke marketed by Suzuki for model years 1972-1977. We have been informed that this 1977 Suzuki GT500A was purchased by its first owner Mr. Wallington from Comerfords of Swindon, at the cost of £610.00 (receipt on file), he had it delivered directly to his house where he took it out of the packing box and put it together himself and used it for work. Its first MOT certificate is on file showing just 1,923 miles at that time. Not long after that, it was put away and never used until he sold it to his friend who recommissioned it and placed it back on the road. At that time, it appears that the paintwork was redone. The current owner purchased the machine, but due to not riding now, has decided it needs to go to a new home.

It is being offered with its original bill of sale, packing box label - which states the frame number, setting-up booklet, Suzuki owner’s manual, Suzuki service book, a technical bulletin and a current V5C.

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1933 Calthorpe Major

A running machine

Estimate: £4,500 - £5,500*

Reg No: UF 9350 Frame No: M1/1628

CC: 499 Engine No: M1/620

MOT: Exempt

• Wonderful old rider’s machine

• Long-term ownership over 50 years

• Some spares with this machine

Calthorpe cars and motorcycles were built by Minstrel and Rea in Birmingham. Motorcycle output was mainly light- to middle-weight until, in 1929, a 500 OHC machine was listed. In the recession-hit ‘30s, Calthorpes were exclusively retailed by the prominent London retailers Pride and Clarke.

Purchased by the current vendor way back in 1972, it was used on countless journeys by the owner, from trips to Wales and Scotland. The Calthorpe has very rarely left his side in all the years he has owned it. Despite its barnfind-look, it is running and comes complete with many spares including the panel for the tank and the original frame. It is not known why the frame has been changed, but the owner purchased the machine and the spares as one lot in 1972. The Calthorpe is offered with a current V5C, continuation RF60 log book, and spares.

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1982 Yamaha RD 350 LC

Beautifully restored

Estimate: £8,000 - £9,000*

Reg No: URM 489X Frame No: 4L0-200734

CC: 350 Engine No: 4L0-200734

MOT: Exempt

• Restored using NOS parts where possible

• Truly an iconic 1980s machine

• Very little use since completion

The Yamaha RD350LC was a two-stroke motorcycle produced by Yamaha between 1980 and 1983. Although it immediately succeeded the larger RD400, the RD350LC was powered by a smaller 347cc parallel twin twostroke engine which actually had the same bore and stroke as the older RD350 (64 x 54mm). However, Yamaha added liquid cooling and made other modifications in porting and exhaust to comply with ever-tightening emissions regulations.

This beautifully restored Yamaha RD350LC was restored during 20172018, when it was purchased by the current vendor. The current vendor purchased this machine in 2018 and since, in his passion, has covered just a handful of miles. It is presented in very good condition, having covered just 43 miles since its restoration. The restoration was a labour of love for the owner at the time. This beautiful machine is offered with a V5C document. and with an original owner’s handbook.

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1913 BSA Model D TT

Thought to have been ridden in the 1913 Senior TT

Estimate: £13,000 - £17,000*

Reg No: EP 350 Frame No: 5418

CC: 500 Engine No: TT4910/13

MOT: Exempt

• Authentically presented and Pioneer Run eligible Model D TT

• Possibly one of the BSA Works bikes used in the 1913 TT

• Used on numerous vintage runs throughout the ‘70s and ‘80s

This authentically restored Model D is thought to have been one of the works bikes entered into the 1913 Senior TT, ridden by Kenneth Holden, but unfortunately a crash at Bradden caused his early retirement. There is no definitive proof of this story, but intriguingly its date of first registration is 4th of June, the Wednesday of TT week. As the race was run on open roads, bikes had to show a registration plate so it supports the theory that it was pressed into service at the last minute.

In 1983 it gained a Silver medal in the re-enactment of the 1910 ISDT Land’s End to John o’ Groats rally, as well as winning the VMCC South Western championship 20 times and completing in many Pioneer Runs. Now fitted with a rubber ‘V’ belt for reliability, it comes supplied with an alternative front pulley and copies of technical information, old MOTs and a current V5C. The bike has been stored for a number of years so will need recommissioning before use.

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1972 Suzuki GT750J

Extensive restoration by JMC

Estimate: £8,000 - £10,000*

Reg No: MCY 554K Frame No: GT750 30651

CC: 750 Engine No: GT750 30737

MOT: Exempt

• Early drum braked version of the classic GT750

• Extensive recent £10K restoration by JMC

• Supplied with various receipts and current V5C

This GT750J in the infamous Candy Lavender colour scheme spent the early part of its life in the USA before being imported into the UK in 2018. In quite a state when it arrived, the vendor sent it to renowned Suzuki GT specialist JMC Restorations who carried out an extensive rebuild costing around £10,000.

Works included the all important crankshaft overhaul with new seals, a water pump overhaul, new water and SRIS hoses, engine rubber mounts, clutch plates with the cases cleaned and repolished and reassembled with new gaskets. The carbs have been overhauled with a new ‘box to carbs’ rubber, a new wiring loom, the clocks refurbished and the fitting of an Accent electronic ignition. The cosmetics have been treated to new paint, many items re-plated, including the original rims, a new seat, chain and sprockets, rear shocks and new tyres. Fitted with a set of expansion chambers, the original system including the tail cones is included in unrestored condition The bike has only done a few miles since its extensive restoration and is supplied with various receipts and a current V5C.

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1967 Velocette Thruxton

Ex 24 hour Bol d’Or machine

Estimate: £16,000 - £18,000*

Reg No: BBD 56E Frame No: RS19311

CC: 499 Engine No: VMT558

MOT: Exempt

• Believed to be the ex 24 Bol d’Or Velocette

• Previous owner Mick Hemmings

• Exported to France for the Bol d’Or 05/07/67

Produced by Velocette between 1965 and 1971, the Thruxton was revealed at the 1964 Earls Court Show as the final development of Velocette’s antiquated pushrod single, the Venom. Sometimes referred to as the Venom Thruxton or simply Thruxton. Due to the high values involved and possibility of fakes, a register was established by a member of the Velocette Owners Club.

Believed to be the very machine that was exported to France for the 1967 Bol d’Or 24 hour endurance race, it was purchased by Mick Hemmings from Charles Maillard of Strasbourg, France, in early 1990, and then restored and displayed in many classic events until he sold it to the current vendor. Partly converted back to road use, it still retains its original fuel tank and fairing, as pictured. Ivan Rhodes has confirmed the machine details; a photocopy is on file. A very interesting machine for the Velocette world. It comes complete with a current V5C, an old MOT certificate from 1989/90 with an insurance document stating Mick Hemmings and a dating certificate from Ivan Rhodes and import paperwork from 1990.

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1983 Triumph T140 TSS

No Reserve*

Reg No: YRS 484Y Frame No: KEA34328

CC: 744 Engine No: KEA34328

MOT: Exempt

• Current owner for the last ten years

• Formed part of a private collection of Triumphs

• Full recommissioning will be required

The T140 TSS was the last motorcycle model made by Triumph Engineering at their Meriden factory. Designed to appeal to the US market, the TSS had an eight-valve Weslake Engineering cylinder head developed by Triumph following 1960s designs for the 650cc twins by the Rickman Brothers. Launched in 1982 with an electric starter as standard, the all-new top end of the engine featured Cooper rings sealing the 8-valve cylinder head to the barrel. Only 112 TSS bikes were actually exported by Triumph, as on 26 August 1983 the factory at Meriden went into voluntary liquidation. It is calculated that 438 TSS units were made in total.

This 1983 Triumph T140 TSS was purchased by the current vendor some ten years ago. It has formed part of his collection of Triumphs. It is an all correct numbers machine that will require full recommissioning before use due to being stood for a while. We have been advised it last ran a couple of years ago.

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1947 Triumph 3T

No Reserve* Reg No: LFF404 Frame No: TC3344

CC: 350 Engine No: 473T79639

MOT: Exempt

• Formed part of a private collection of Triumphs

• Owned for the last five years and restored some years ago

• An early post war machine

As Triumph production reverted to civilian machines immediately after the end of World War II, the company announced the new 3T, a 350cc companion to Edward Turner’s 500cc 5T Speed Twin. The 3T was similar in many respects to the Speed Twin, but also borrowed features from the TRW and 3TW military motorcycles. The basic engine design followed the 5T, but featured rocker boxes incorporated into the iron cylinder-head casting and a built-up crankshaft with one-piece connecting rods. The punchy, vertical twin developed 19bhp and was timed by Motor Cycling testers at 74mph on the top end. Ridden normally, the 3T returned fuel economy approaching 80mpg and was warmly received by economyminded buyers.

Purchased by the current vendor some five years ago, in order to form part of his collection of Triumphs, it has not been used since purchased, but we are told it did run last year. An older restoration, and now showing signs of use, due to not being used, light recommissioning will be required before use. An ideal lightweight machine for local club runs and shows.

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2000 Kawasaki ZZR600

Rare standard and original ZZR

Estimate: £1,000 - £1,500*

Reg No: W774 HDX Frame No: JKAZA600EEA062704

CC: 600 Engine No: XZ600DE089621

MOT: July 2023

• Standard and original ZZR600 sports bike

• Still fitted with ‘KHI K 328’ 4 into 2 exhaust

• Credible 13,500 miles with partial service history

In the early 1970s, Kawasaki’s four-stroke four-cylinder Z1 was initially developed as a 750cc to compete with the new Honda SOHC 750, but Kawasaki held the bike back until it could be increased in capacity to set a new benchmark for superbike performance. Finally released in 1973, with its DOHC 900cc engine offering a top speed of over 130mph, it easily became the fastest mass-produced bike in the world and started a long tradition of high-performance Kawasakis, with the launch of the GPz600 in 1985 ushering in the 600 sports bike bracket.

This 2000 ZZR600 is presented in good original condition with the speedo showing just 13,500 credible miles. Not many will have survived in such standard trim, still wearing its standard ‘KHI K 328’ four into-two exhaust system, clear screen and both keys. It was MOT’d in July of last year but has only done about 70 miles since, so it will need some recommissioning before use. Still a very usable bike, it comes supplied with a partial service history and a current V5C.

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c.1972 Honda CB350 Race Bike

CRMC registered

Estimate: £3,000 - £4,000*

Reg No: Unregistered Frame No: Not visible

CC: 350 Engine No: CB250E-5003388

MOT: N/A

• Honda CB350 K0/4 based Class 4C classic racer

• Omega pistons, Megacycle cams, Kibblewhite valves

• Classic Racing Motorcycle Club registered

The Honda Motor Company was founded by Soichiro Honda in 1937, initially producing piston rings for Toyota. They made their first motorcycle in 1949 and within 10 years had become the biggest motorcycle manufacturer in the world, going on to make over 400 million two-wheelers as well as millions of other power products. The CB350K0/4 sold in vast numbers around the world, especially in the USA, and has become the favourite donor bike for converting into a classic racer for CRMC events.

This c.1972 race bike, previously prepared by Dave Gawthorpe, is built around a standard frame fitted with 400/4 front forks with Maxton internals and a disc front brake together with Hagon rear shocks running on alloy rims. The bodywork sports a 1960s ‘works’ style alloy tank, fiberglass seat and fairing. The engine has been tuned with Omega pistons, Megacycle cams and Kibblewhite valves and springs, being fed by a pair of Mikuni VM32 carbs. The bike has been started regularly but not raced for about 3 years so will need some recommissioning before use.

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c.1976 Norton ‘Seeley’ Race Bike

850 Commando engine in Seeley replica frame

Estimate: £5,500 - £6,500*

Reg No: Unregistered Frame No: None

CC: 829 Engine No: 326469

MOT: N/A

• Seeley Replica Commando 850 race bike

• Belt primary drive conversion, RH4 cylinder head

• Ideal classic racer or parade bike

The Commando model launched in 1967 as a 750cc carried on this theme culminating in Peter Williams’ victory in the 1973 Formula 750 TT. Colin Seeley has a fascinating history of involvement in motorsport encompassing being a successful sidecar racer, motorcycle shop owner, involvement in Formula One and team management. After retiring from competition in the late 1960s, Seeley concentrated efforts on designing and constructing Seeley-framed racing motorcycles, setting new standards for handling and quality.

This Norton Commando engined Seeley replica, has a frame reputably made Andy Sidlow with a John Tickle top yoke and billet bottom yoke, the frame has been left unpainted so you can fully appreciate the quality of the brazing. The wheel rims are Akront alloys fitted with Avon Road Rider tyres and the bodywork is finished off with an alloy tank, racing seat and a half fairing. The engine has an RH4 cylinder head and 32mm inlet ports driving through a belt primary-drive conversion. Not run or ridden since being built, it will need some finishing and recommissioning work, but will make an interesting classic racer or parade bike.

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1960 BSA DBD 34 Goldstar

26 year ownership

Estimate: £11,000 - £13,000*

Reg No: VVS 489 Frame No: CB328876

CC: 500 Engine No: DBD34GS4678

MOT: Exempt

• Purchased by the vendor in 1997

• Used very little in his ownership

• Some recommissioning before use

The Birmingham Small Arms factory was established in the Small Heath area of Birmingham 1861 and as the name suggests manufactured weapons. Around the turn of the century, they started making bicycles and progressed onto motorcycles a few years later. BSA went on to be one of the world’s largest producers of motorcycles up until its demise in the early 1970s. Probably the most sought-after models produced by BSA are the Gold Star range of 350 and 500cc singles and the rare Rocket Gold Star 650cc twin of the late ‘50s early ‘60s.

This 1960 BSA DBD 34 Gold Star was purchased by the vendor in 1997 and was only used for a short time before placing on display. The BSA has been kept in good order and turned over regularly. It was fully restored by the previous owner to a very high standard. Due to being stood and not on the road for some time the usual recommissioning will be required before use. It comes complete with a V5 from 1997.

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1934 Norton International Model 30

Estimate: £8,000 - £9,000*

Reg No: MSJ 754 Frame No: D1024944R

CC: 500 Engine No: 9147

MOT: Exempt

• Current owner for the last 12 years

• Rebuilt as purchased completely in parts

• Receipts for complete engine work £2,000

1930 had not been a spectacular year for the Bracebridge concern, so chief designer, John Carroll, undertook a complete redesign and by the time of the Ulster Grand Prix the new machines were meeting with considerable success. Although a few machines, fitted with the new engine, emerged from the factory for purchase in 1930, it was not until 1931 that the new engine became officially available replacing the Moore engines in the CS1 and CJ models.

This Cammy Norton was purchased completely in bits around 1992 by the previous owner, he then set about having the engine and gearbox completely overhauled by Norman Francis in that year, with receipts on file. The engine was completely overhauled at a cost of over £2,000 in 1992. It was also fitted with a Norton single-sided magnesium front brake. Used most years since, in the current vendor’s hands, he has enjoyed using it. Offered with a current V5C, an old tax disc and receipts for work carried out on the engine.

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1933 Douglas D33 Greyhound

A rare model

Estimate: £5,000 - £6,000*

Reg No: APH 256 Frame No: YF 2480

CC: 600 Engine No: 6/E136

MOT: Exempt

• A rare survivor today

• Very limited numbers produced

• Original purchase receipt

Douglas motorcycles were manufactured between 1907–1957 in Kingswood, Bristol and were especially known for their twin-cylinder engined bikes, initially fore and aft and eventually in an across-the-frame layout.

This rare Douglas D33 Greyhound has been used and enjoyed by the current owner since his ownership. We have been advised it is running well. A rare model with not many known to the Douglas club. Some nice features are present, such as the cast ribbed aluminium sump and inlet manifold. A continuation RF60 log book is on file from March 1947, also on file is a purchase receipt from G.D Brown in Surrey, from 1933. Ready for its new owner, the Douglas D33 is offered with its current V5C.

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1922 Sunbeam 3 1/2hp

Standard model

Estimate: £8,000 - £9,000*

Reg No: R 9498 Frame No: 16528

CC: 500 Engine No: 176/ 12151

MOT: Exempt

• Current owner for over 20 years

• Used on many VMCC events in his time

• Correct numbers machine

Sunbeam Cycles made by John Marston Limited of Wolverhampton, made motorcycles from 1912 to 1956. Many John Marston Sunbeam motorcycle models were produced. The first was a 350 cc in 1912 followed by a range of 500 cc singles and some V-twins. In 1924, a new model numbering system was introduced; Sunbeam Models 1 through 11. Other highernumbered models were produced in later years. The majority had singlecylinder engines developing relatively low power, though winning the TT races often, the last time in 1929.

This very charming 1922 Sunbeam 3 1/2hp Standard model has been with the current vendor for over 20 years. It has been used almost every year in his ownership, completing many VMCC events in that time. The current owner does not have a car license and always rides to events on a motorcycle of sorts that he owns. A correct numbers machine that has graced the vendor well over the years and is described as a rider’s machine. The Sunbeam comes complete with RF60 logbook from 1932 and a current V5C.

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1919 Sunbeam 3 1/2hp

Long term ownership

Estimate: £8,000 - £9,000*

Reg No: SV 8733 Frame No: 6824

CC: 500 Engine No: 6295

MOT: Exempt

• Currently owned for over 20 years

• In good running order with correct numbers

• Current V5C on file

Sunbeam Cycles made by John Marston Limited of Wolverhampton, made motorcycles from 1912 to 1956. Many John Marston Sunbeam motorcycle models were produced. The first was a 350 cc in 1912 followed by a range of 500 cc singles and some V-twins. In 1924, a new model numbering system was introduced; Sunbeam Models 1 through 11. Other highernumbered models were produced in later years. The majority had singlecylinder engines developing relatively low power, though winning the TT races often, the last time in 1929. A hallmark of all Marston Sunbeams was the superb quality and finish in black with gold-leaf pinstriping.

This 1919 Sunbeam 3 1/2hp has been in partnership with the vendor’s 1922 model and again has formed part of his life and riding to many VMCC events and other rallies. The vendor informs us that it has always been a pleasure to ride and has given him many happy memories along the way. Restored over 30 years ago and holding up well. We have been advised the Sunbeam is running well. It comes complete with a current V5C and a VMCC dating certificate.

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1950 Douglas Mk 4

Estimate: £4,000 - £5,000*

Reg No: 262 XVY Frame No: S8.7141

CC: 500 Engine No: S8-11429

MOT: Exempt

• 1 of just 100 examples known

• Older restoration by the previous owner

• Great restoration history file of bills

Although the new T35 proved to be quick for its class, it was underdeveloped when it arrived in showrooms during 1946, suffering from excessive side to side shake, a tendency to cut to one cylinder and poor quality control. These faults were addressed by Erling Poppe, Walter Moore and Freddy Dixon. The result was released in 1949 and typed the Mk3, quickly followed by the Mk4 which differed from the Mk3 in respect of the front mudguard which was no longer sprung and the introduction of cast alloy toolboxes. Two different styles of exhaust were offered, one utilizing slightly upswept tubular silencers, the other retaining the cast alloy “woofle box” under the engine.

This Douglas Mk4 was previously featured in ‘Classic Bike’ magazine in 1998. We have been informed that this bike is possibly one of only 100 left. This example was restored to a very high standard. It comes complete with various MOT certificates, handwritten letters, and invoices for parts and works, also included is the bill of sale from 1982, for £382.50, and ‘before’ restoration photos. There is a current V5C.

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2001 Harley Davidson Night Train

Owned by popular TV bike expert

Estimate: £8,500 - £9,500*

Reg No: RK51 OLX Frame No: 1HD1BTY182Y038642

CC: 1450 Engine No: BTY2038642

MOT: T.B.A

• Owned By Guy Willison aka Skid from TV’s ‘Shed & Buried’ and ‘Junk & Disorderly’

• Very well presented Harley

• MOT up to 24/05/2024

This motorcycle is owned by Guy Willison (Skid) and has appeared in many TV series with Skid, Henry Cole and Allen Millyard. These include, ‘Find it, Fix it, Flog it’, ‘Shed & Buried’, ‘The Motorbike Show’ and ‘Junk & Disorderly’. The photograph is from the recent series of ‘Junk & Disorderly’. This motorcycle is in great original condition and has not been refurbished and is the last of the carb models, Stage 1 tuned.

Extras include: Straight shot exhaust, ‘bagger’ panniers (easily removed), light oak wooden handlebar grips, footboards (original forward controls included in sale). Burley handlebars, one-off air cleaner cover with K&N filter, original Harley Gunfighter seat, Leather Harley Davidson tank pad, upgraded Harley Davidson mirrors and levers and an analogue clock fitted to steering stem nut. It also has brass pillion footrests made by Allen Millyard and a chrome rear fender rack. This motorcycle has always been maintained to the highest standard as you can imagine, being Skids’ own personal transport. It comes complete with a current V5C.

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Triump T25T Trail Blazer

No Reserve*

Reg No: Unregistered Frame No: T25TEE11074

CC: 250 Engine No: T25TEE11074

MOT: Exempt

• Fully restored machine, then not used

• Part of a large collection of Triumph Motorcycles

• No documentation with this lot

The Trail Blazer was a 250cc single-cylinder unit model T25T (Trail), mainly built for the USA market, whereas the T25SS (Street Scrambler) was built mainly for the UK market. Main differences were the size of the front brake, trials tyres (road tyres on the SS model), and a high set front mudguard. There are a couple of other minor differences but not obvious to the unknowing. These also include an alloy fuel tank and folding rider footrests. The colour was described as Tangerine.

Purchased by the vendor some years ago as a complete project, since in his ownership the machine has had a full restoration to a high standard. On its completion, the machine has been run but not used. Light recommissioning will be required before use. There is no documentation with this lot.

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c.1960 Bob McIntyre

G50 Replica

Estimate: £20,000 - £22,000*

Reg No: N/A

Frame No: N/A

CC: 500 Engine No: N/A

MOT: T.B.A

• Bob McIntyre hallmark features

• Original exhaust system has been retained with the machine

• Will require checks and some recommissioning

We are grateful to the vendor for the following: “I purchased the bike as a basketcase in the 1980s with the intention of riding it in The CRMC and other historic events. As it happens the rebuild took longer than I anticipated and as a consequence of advancing years - yes you have heard it before! I never managed to finish the restoration before I retired from racing. My aborted plans to race the machine elicited a number of minor but reversible changes made during the restoration. The original exhaust system has been retained with the machine.

An admirer of Bob Mac, I do believe that this is one of his original bikes and this would appear to be further supported by the detailed descriptions of his bikes in Mick Walker’s book “Bob McIntyre - The Flying Scot”. Although there is no documentary evidence to support this. The machine is in the pristine condition that it would have left the Glasgow workshop of Bob, Alex Crummie, and Joe Potts. The usual checks will have to be done before running the machine up again.”

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1976 Triumph T160

Owned for 33 years

Estimate: £8,000 - £9,000*

Reg No: NMF 793P Frame No: EK04320

CC: 741 Engine No: EK04320

MOT: Exempt

• Current owner for the last 33 years

• A very much cherished machine

• Rare period 3-spoke CMA wheels

The current vendor purchased this T160 after a full restoration, he has owned this White with Sunflower flashes T160 for 33 years and it has been in continuous use throughout. It has been fitted with a L.P Williams double disc conversion with drilled iron discs, upswept Campbell’s ‘ray gun’ silencers and Norman Hyde pattern seat. Additionally, there is Lucas Rita ignition, Hagon shock absorbers, stainless steel rear master cylinder, down pipes and collector box, chromed oil tank/side panel, yokes, engine plates, chain guard and rear caliper cover.

The bike is fitted with extremely rare period 3-spoke CMA wheels in Gold, with excellent Avon V-rated Road-Rider tyres (18” rear). This machine appears in the ‘Beezumph 1’ DVD from 1991 and has travelled extensively from Barcelona to John O’Groats during ownership. There’s a brand new Yuasa battery with a 12 month guarantee (atoc). There are also new carburettor needles and small jets, a chrome-plated starter motor cover, fork yokes, rear brake arrestor arm and foot rest mounting plates. Offered with both keys, a full MOT history up to 2019, an original workshop manual, handbook and full documentation.

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1978 Suzuki GT380

Rare 1978 model, the last of the GT380s

Estimate: £5,000 - £7,000*

Reg No: CFW 923T Frame No: 101325

CC: 380 Engine No: 121551

MOT: Exempt

• A rare ‘last of the line’ 1978 Suzuki GT380B/C UK model

• Authentically restored retaining many original parts

• Supplied with a restoration photographic record, handbook, and V5C

This beautifully restored GT380 is a rare late 1978 model that was officially imported into the UK as one of the last versions of the 380, distinctive with its flush-fitting filler cap, Satin Black side panels, headlamp shell and brackets . Owned by the vendor since 2012, he restored it in 2014 keeping the bike as original as possible, most of the chromework, including the distinctive 3 into 4 exhaust system, is original and in very good condition. The engine was rebuilt including a first oversize re-bore, a full crank rebuild with new rods, bearings etc. and a full carb rebuild.

An authentic restoration, getting the bike back to very near factory condition, nothing is over-polished and all fasteners are the original type including the original style engine cover screws and original Suzuki ‘S’ stamped bolts. The bike starts and rides as expected and has been ridden to events on good weather days.The electrics work well, including the gear indicator, and it comes supplied with a genuine Suzuki handbook, restoration file and a current V5C.

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1955 NSU Super Lux

Very rare 2 stroke

Estimate: £2,000 - £3,000*

Reg No: 393 YUN Frame No: 1761442

CC: 200 Engine No: 3015774

MOT: Exempt

• Only a handful of NSU Super Lux known

• A rare 1950s produced NSU two-stroke

• Fully restored a few years ago, with photos

The first NSU motorcycle appeared in 1901 followed by the first NSU car in 1905. WWII left NSU’s factories completely destroyed, but they resumed production of their pre-war models in 1946 and introduced the Max in 1953. By 1955 NSU had become the largest motorcycle producer in the world and was said to have inspired Soichiro Honda in his early designs.

The 1955 NSU Super Lux on offer has been fully restored by the previous owner to a very good standard. It is believed that the machine had seen very little work before the restoration was started. It was sorted for many years, unused until the restoration began. The current owner purchased the NSU from his friend and completed a few minor jobs on the machine. Since his ownership, the machine has been enjoyed at many events and club meets. This is possibly an NSU that was built under license at the famous Stevenage Vincent factory in the mid-1950s. A file with a current V5C and original NSU Super Lux instruction book comes with the machine.

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1963 AJS 16C Competition trials machine

Estimate: £4,000 - £5,000*

Reg No: 843 VKP Frame No: 10483

CC: 350 Engine No: 63/16/2331

MOT: Exempt

• Very rare AJS 16C competition trials

• Original engine and frame and RF60 log book

• History file on record

AMC built a small number of competition singles for the 1946 season, totalling 100 machines, evenly split between Matchless and AJS. Differences between the standard machine and the competition singles were limited to items such as swept-up exhaust, alloy mudguards, a 21 inch front wheel and a four-inch section rear. With production being the primary concern changes over the next three years were limited, however, for 1950 the competition singles became more focused. The engine became all alloy and the wheelbase was reduced.

The 1963 AJS 16C on offer has been with the vendor for the last five years, in his ownership he has completed many jobs on the machine and it is presented very nicely and running well, with an addition from standard of an aluminium oil tank. The machine has correct numbers from new, as per the original RF60 log book. There is a file full of receipts and paperwork relating to the machine, with an original RF60 log book current V5C and workshop manual.

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1980 Triumph T140

No Reserve* Reg No: FYH 299V Frame No: GB27228

CC: 750 Engine No: GB27228

MOT: Exempt

• Purchased by the current owner from new

• Mostly an original machine

• Correct numbers T140 Bonneville

The second generation T140 can be very appealing in ownership, they’re typically cheaper than the T120 and they have some quality upgrades: 100 more CCs of displacement, a front disc brake, and an additional gear in the transmission. This was Triumph’s way of combating the onslaught of advancements from Japan, however, it turns out that Triumph was arguably a bigger obstacle to their own success than Honda, Suzuki, et al, as workers at the Meriden factory held a sit-in to protest the announced closure of their plant.

This 1980 Triumph T140 was purchased by the current owner from new, a Triumph man through and through, and since last on the road has formed part of a collection of Triumphs. The vendor has fitted two new silencers. Showing just 5,418 miles in his ownership. Not used for a few years, it will need to be recommissioned before placing back on the road. A current V5C is on file.

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1954 Triumph T20 Cub

No Reserve*

Reg No: HSU 461 Frame No: T2019815

CC: 200 Engine No: T2019815

MOT: Exempt

• Part of a large collection of Triumphs

• Restored to a good standard

• Not run since completion

Triumph is one of the most iconic and revered names in the history of motorcycling. Established in Coventry in 1885, by the start of the 1900s the company had made their first motorcycle beginning a continuous run of production under various ownership until its eventual closure in 1983. The Tiger Cub 250cc single was one of their more popular models and was many future enthusiast’s first taste of motorcycling.

Currently on offer is a 1954 Triumph T20 Cub, purchased by the current vendor a few years ago as a complete restoration project. Restored by him to a good standard. Sadly, due to a busy work schedule, the vendor has not run it since completion. The side panel is included in the sale, the vendor removed it to and never placed it back on. It comes complete with a current V5C. Please note that the frame number does not match the V5, it is in fact the casting number on the frame lug, the machine is indeed matching numbers.

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1994 Ducati 900SS

Original & standard 900SS

Estimate: £2,400 - £2,900*

Reg No: M512 HPA Frame No: 012973

CC: 900 Engine No: 017855

MOT: None

• Standard and original 900 Super Sport

• Still fitted with genuine ZDM B04 end cans

• Supplied with a Haynes manual and a V5C

In 1971 Ducatis’ renowned chief engineer Fabio Taglioni designed the classic vee-twin bevel drive engine and this proved to be an immediate success, helped considerably by Paul Smart’s win in the 1972 Imola 200 race. The air-cooled SS models were intended to be sporting Ducatis for the masses, providing an unmistakably Italian motorcycle that didn’t carry the usual Ducati steep price tag and expensive maintenance requirements.

This 900SS has been part of a large collection of bikes ranging from the 1980s up until the early 2000s. The vendor has enjoyed searching out examples of more or less all of the bikes he either owned or wanted in the day, but after amassing over 30 assorted models, from a Honda MT50 through to a couple of Bimotas, he’s decided to downsize his collection. The bike is presented in standard and original condition, still fitted with its genuine Ducati ZDM B04 end cans, last run in 2018, it will need recommissioning before use and comes supplied with a Haynes manual, an original sales catalogue, tool kit and a V5C.

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2000 Yamaha YZF-R1

Original & standard R1

Estimate: £1,650 - £2,150*

Reg No: W476 AAN Frame No: JYARN041000008625

CC: 1000 Engine No: N503E0009830

MOT: None

• Early R1 in original and standard condition

• Still fitted with its genuine Yamaha end can

• Supplies with numerous old MOTs and a V5C

Yamahas first bike was the YA-1 in 1953, like the BSA Bantam a copy of the German DKW RT125, but in typical Japanese fashion this was soon improved upon with the arrival of the YA-2 in 1957. Keeping the theme of constant improvement the launch of the R1 in 1998 set a new benchmark for Superbike performance with David Jefferies winning 3 races at the IOM TT.

This 2000 R1 has been part of a large collection of bikes ranging from the 1980s up until the early 2000s. The vendor has enjoyed searching out examples of all of the bikes he either owned or wanted in the day, but after amassing over 30 assorted models he’s decided to downsize his collection. The bike is offered in original condition, a rare thing for a model that was made to be used to the limit, including its genuine Yamaha end can and comes with a single-seat converter. Last run in 2018, it will need recommissioning before use and comes supplied with quite a few old MOTs and a current V5C.

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1993 Kawasaki ZXR400

Original and standard condition

Estimate: £2,250 - £2,750*

Reg No: M678 EAG Frame No: ZX400L-023225

CC: 400 Engine No: ZX400GE-034018

MOT: None

• ZXR400 Ninja presented in standard condition

• Still fitted with its original ‘KHT K 283’ end can

• Supplied with lots of receipts, old MOTs and a V5C

The ZXR750 was developed in answer to Suzuki’s trendsetting GSXr750 race replica, with a 400 version following soon after, aimed at the Japanese domestic market but small numbers made it to the UK providing crisp and precise handling with a high-performance engine.

This ZXR400 has been part of a collection of bikes ranging from the 1980s up until the early 2000s. The vendor has enjoyed searching out examples of more or less all of the bikes he either owned or wanted in the day, but after amassing over 30 assorted models from a Honda MT50 through to a couple of Bimotas he’s decided to downsize his collection. It’s rare to find a Ninja 400 in standard and essentially original condition, still fitted with a genuine ‘KHI K 283’ stamped end can, as most of them ended up on the race track. Finished in Kawasaki superbike race team colours of the day, it was last run in 2022 so will need recommissioning before use and comes supplied with lots of old MOTs and receipts and a current V5C.

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2000 Honda VTR1000F

Fitted with Quill end cans

Estimate: £2,250 - £2,750*

Reg No: W446 MWB Frame No: JH2SC36A5MX202280

CC: 1000 Engine No: SC36E2204226

MOT: None

• Original condition Honda VTR1000F V-twin

• Fitted with Quill Tri-Oval end cans

• Supplied with a few old MOTs and a V5C

Honda made their first motorcycle in 1949 and within 10 years had become the biggest motorcycle manufacturer in the world going on to produce over 400 million two-wheelers as well as millions of other power products. The V-twin VTR1000, introduced in 1997, was launched to compete with Ducati in the showroom and on the race track, going on to win two World Superbike Championships for Colin Edwards in 2000 and 2002.

This VTR1000F has been part of a large and fascinating collection of bikes ranging from the 1980s up until the early 2000s. The vendor has enjoyed searching out examples of more or less all of the bikes he either owned or wanted in the day, but after amassing over 30 assorted models, from a Honda MT50 through to a couple of Bimotas, he’s decided to downsize his collection. The bike is offered in standard and original condition, fitted with a pair of Quill Tri Oval stainless end cans. Last run about 3 years ago it will need recommissioning before use and comes supplied with lots of old MOTs and current V5C.

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2000 Aprilia RSV Mille

Aprilia’s vee-twin superbike

Estimate: £1,500 - £2,000*

Reg No: W308 UJB Frame No: ZD4ME0010YS100670

CC: 1000 Engine No: Not visible

MOT: None

• RSV Mille presented in original condition

• Aftermarket end can, original included in sale

• Supplied with a current V5C

Aprilia always had a strong motorsport connection, beginning with motocross racing and then a multiple world championship-winning road racing programme with riders such as Valentino Rossi and Max Biaggi.

With a 998 cc 60-degree V-twin engine built by the Austrian company Rotax, the RSV Mille was the first large displacement motorcycle made by Aprilia, who had previously only made smaller capacity bikes.

This RSV Mille has been part of a large and fascinating collection of bikes ranging from the 1980s up until the early 2000s. The vendor has enjoyed searching out examples of more or less all of the bikes he either owned or wanted in the day, but after amassing over 30 assorted models from a Honda MT50 through to a couple of Bimotas he’s decided to downsize his collection. The bike was last run in 2019 and has been stored since so will need some recommissioning before use. Offered in original condition and fitted with an aftermarket carbon look end can, the original stainless one is included in the sale as well as a current V5C.

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1999 Suzuki TL1000R

Second generation TL1000R

Estimate: £2,500 - £3,000*

Reg No: V782 DBB Frame No: JS1AM111300101401

CC: 1000 Engine No: T504-110049

MOT: None

• Alloy framed Suzuki TL1000R 1000cc V-twin

• Standard condition with Micron carbon cans

• Supplied with a current V5C

Japan had a need for cheap and reliable transport after WWII, so Suzuki was established to produce clip-on engines for pushbikes. An immediate success by the early 1960s, Suzuki was second only to Honda for manufacturing motorcycles. The TL1000S was Suzuki’s entry into vee-twin sports bike market in the late 1990s.

This TL1000R has been part of a large and fascinating collection of bikes ranging from the 1980s up until the early 2000s. The vendor has enjoyed searching out examples of more or less all of the bikes he either owned or wanted in the day, but after amassing over 30 assorted models from a Honda MT50 through to a couple of Bimotas he’s decided to downsize his collection. The second generation of the V-twin TL1000, it featured a twin-spar alloy chassis and Hyabusa styling. This example is presented as ‘standard’ and essentially original trim, fitted with a pair of Micron carbon end cans. Last run a few months ago, it may need some recommissioning before use and comes supplied with an owner’s manual and a current V5C.

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1999 Ducati 996

Classic Massimo Tamburini design

Estimate: £4,000 - £5,000*

Reg No: T751 MBD Frame No: ZDMH200AAWB00397

CC: 996 Engine No: ZD996W4006668

MOT: None

• Classic Massimo Tamburini designed 996 Ducati

• Presented in standard and original condition

• Supplied with an owner’s manual, old MOTs and a V5

Ducati has a long tradition of race-winning V-twins that have gone on to dominate World Superbike racing over the years. The 996 was the continuation of the iconic Massimo Tamburini designed 916, sporting the same looks but with a bigger and torquier engine.

This 996 has been part of a large and fascinating collection of bikes ranging from the 1980s up until the early 2000s. The vendor has enjoyed searching out examples of more or less all of the bikes he either owned or wanted in the day, but after amassing over 30 assorted models from a Honda MT50 through to a couple of Bimotas he’s decided to downsize his collection. One of the jewels of the collection, the 996 is still one of the best-looking bikes ever designed and is presented in standard and original condition, including the genuine ‘ZDM B14’ stamped end cans. Last run in 2018, it will need some recommissioning before use and comes supplied with a few old MOTs, the original owner’s and service books and a current V5C.

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1999 Aprilia RS125

GP Replica in Valentino Rossi colours

Estimate: £2,250 - £2,750*

Reg No: V368 JEG Frame No: ZD4MPB000XS003060

CC: 125 Engine No: R0681600

MOT: None

• RS125 GP Rossi Replica presented in original condition

• Not many survivors of this ‘headbangers’ favourite

• Supplied with a current V5C

Aprilia always had a strong motorsport connection, beginning with motocross racing and then a multiple world championship-winning road racing programme with riders such as Valentino Rossi and Max Biaggi. The two-stroke water-cooled RS125 was a close replica of the GP bike, giving road riders a taste of race track handling and performance.

This RS125 has been part of a large and fascinating collection of bikes ranging from the 1980s up until the early 2000s. The vendor has enjoyed searching out examples of more or less all of the bikes he either owned or wanted in the day, but after amassing over 30 assorted models from a Honda MT50 through to a couple of Bimotas he’s decided to downsize his collection. A stunning-looking bike in Valentino Rossi Aprilia team colours, not many of these race replicas will have survived in this standard and original condition. Last run earlier this year, it may need light recommissioning before use and comes supplied with a current V5C.

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1998 Triumph T595 Daytona

Triumph’s first modern day sports bike

Estimate: £1,850 - £2,350*

Reg No: R388 LUT Frame No: SMTTE502LGW060977

CC: 1955 Engine No: 061135

MOT: None

• Daytona T595 presented in standard and original condition

• Triumph’s entry into the late 1990s sports bike market

• Supplied with lots of receipts and a current V5C

Reviving one of Triumph’s classic names from the 1960s, the three cylinder Daytona T595 was launched in 1997 as an all out sports model to compete with the likes of GSXRs and Firelades, putting out around 128bhp with 75 ft/lbs of torque at 9500rpm.

This Daytona T595 has been part of a large collection of bikes ranging from the 1980s up until the early 2000s. The vendor has enjoyed searching out examples of more or less all of the bikes he either owned or wanted in the day, but after amassing over 30 assorted models, from a Honda MT50 through to a couple of Bimotas, he’s decided to downsize his collection.

The T595 was the true inheritor of the famous ‘Daytona’ name offering more sports orientated performance than previous Triumphs. Presented in standard and original condition, including its carbon end can, this bike will surely become a future classic. Last run about 3 years ago it will need some recommissioning before use and comes supplied with lots of old receipts, a couple of MOTs and a current V5C.

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Triump TR5T

‘Brand new’. Never registered No Reserve* Reg No: Unregistered Frame No: Not visible CC: 500 Engine No: Not visible MOT: Exempt

• This Triumph TR5T is in ‘new-old-stock’ condition

• Never registered for the road

• Will need to be UK registered

The name ‘Trophy’ came from the three ‘specials’ that Triumph built for the Italian International Six Day Trial (ISDT) in 1948, which went on to win three gold medals and the manufacturer’s team trophy. The Trophy name was extended to the TR6 Trophy and resurrected for the Trophy 500 (T100C) in 1971, which in turn was replaced by the Trophy Trail (TR5T) in 1973.

This Triumph TR5T is a time warp machine that has been stored since it was new, showing just 5 miles on the clock. It still has its sales ticket on the handlebars, showing a retail price of just $1,425.00 Not used or started since ownership, it has formed part of a collection of Triumph motorcycles. Certainly one for the collector. This machine would need to be registered for use on the UK roads if intended for use. The current vendor purchased this machine from a UK resident over 10 years ago.

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1998 Suzuki GSXr600W

Fitted with a Micron end can

Estimate: £1,750 - £2,250*

Reg No: R997 GEV Frame No: JS1AD111400102057

CC: 600 Engine No: N714-112996

MOT: None

• GSXr600 SRAD in classic Suzuki Blue and White colours

• Original condition fitted with a Micron end can

• Supplied with a current V5C

The Suzuki Motor Co. was established in 1909 to produce machinery for the cotton industry. The oil-cooled GSXr750 was launched in 1985 and revolutionized the sports bike market, the range eventually increasing to include race replicas from 250cc to 1100cc models. By the early 1990s the bikes became water-cooled to comply with noise regulations but the ‘Gixxer’ range kept its reputation as the headbangers choice.

This GSXr600 has been part of a large and fascinating collection of bikes ranging from the 1980s up until the early 2000s. The vendor has enjoyed searching out examples of more or less all of the bikes he either owned or wanted in the day, but after amassing over 30 assorted models, from a Honda MT50 through to a couple of Bimotas, he’s decided to downsize his collection. Finished in classic Suzuki Blue and White race colours, it’s rare to find an SRAD 600 still in essentially standard and original condition, fitted with a Micron end can. Run earlier this year but may need recommissioning, it comes supplied with a current V5C.

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1997 Kawasaki ZX7-R

Kawasaki’s race replica Ninja 750

Estimate: £1,750 - £2,250*

Reg No: R484 FOJ Frame No: JKAZX750PPA021886

CC: 750 Engine No: ZX750NE019070

MOT: None

• A ZXR750 (ZX7-R) Ninja presented in standard condition

• Still fitted with its original ‘KHT T 350’ end can

• Supplied with lots of receipts, old MOTs and a V5C

In the early ‘70s, the four-stroke four-cylinder Z1 was launched, setting a new benchmark for superbike performance, offering a top speed of over 130mph. The ZXR750 first appeared in 1988 in answer to Suzuki’s trendsetting GSXr750 race replica beginning a long run of models in various capacities.

This ZXR750 (ZX7-R) has been part of a large collection of bikes ranging from the 1980s up until the early 2000s. The vendor has enjoyed searching out examples of more or less all of the bikes he either owned or wanted in the day, but after amassing over 30 assorted models, from a Honda MT50 through to a couple of Bimotas, he’s decided to downsize his collection. It’s rare to find a Ninja 750 in standard and essentially original condition, still fitted with a genuine ‘KHT T 350’ stamped end can and an aftermarket tinted screen. It’s not been run for about 5 years so will need recommissioning before use and comes supplied with lots of old MOTs and receipts, owner’s and service manuals and a current V5C.

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1997 Bimota SB6R

Beautiful and rare Suzuki engined Bimota

Estimate: £5,000 - £7,000*

180

Reg No: P275 DEP Frame No: ZESSB6000TR000200

CC: 1100 Engine No: T.B.A

MOT: Exempt

• Suzuki GSXr1100 oil-cooled motor in Bimota alloy frame

• Perfect combination of Italian and Japanese technology

• Supplied with a current V5C

Because of the poor state of frame design in the 1970s, Bimota concentrated initially on building high-quality motorcycle chassis around existing engines and chassis kits for road and race bikes, initially basing their bikes on manufacturer’s top models. As standard frame design improved, Bimota offered exclusive hand made bikes for riders who wanted to stand out from the crowd with one of their most successful models being the SB6, built around the classic Suzuki GSXr1100 oil cooled engine.

This SB6R has been part of a collection of bikes ranging from the 1980s up until the early 2000s, but after amassing over 30 assorted models, he’s decided to downsize his collection. The bike is offered for sale in good standard and original condition with a high quality selection of components from suppliers such as Brembo and Paioli, a beautifully engineered alloy frame and typically stylish bodywork. A perfect blend of Italian style with a ‘bullet-proof’ Suzuki GSXr1100 motor, the bike has not been run for about 4 years, so will need some recommissioning and comes supplied with a current V5C.

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1996 Triumph Daytona 1200

Triumph’s 150 BHP Sports Tourer

Estimate: £2,000 - £2,500*

Reg No: M658 XER Frame No: SMTTC354CRP010608

CC: 1200 Engine No: C010735

MOT: None

• Daytona 1200 4-cylinder sports tourer

• Presented in standard and original trim

• Supplied with a current V5C

The British bike industry collapsed in the 1970s and by the early 1980s Triumph went into receivership. British businessman John Bloor bought the name and manufacturing rights with his “new” Triumph company restarting production in the early 1990s. They are now re-established as one of the world’s best-selling brands. Reviving one of the classic names from the 1960s, the four cylinder Daytona 1200 was launched in 1993 as a comfy sports tourer but still putting out around 150bhp.

This Daytona 1200 has been part of a large and fascinating collection of bikes ranging from the 1980s up until the early 2000s. The vendor has enjoyed searching out examples of more or less all of the bikes he either owned or wanted in the day, but after amassing over 30 assorted models, from a Honda MT50 through to a couple of Bimotas, he’s decided to downsize his collection. The bike is presented in good standard and original condition fitted with colour matched single seat converter. Last run about 5 years ago it will need some recommissioning before use and comes supplied with a current V5C.

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1993 Honda CBR600

Honda’s best selling 600 sports bike

Estimate: £1,500 - £2,000*

Reg No: L707 LWF Frame No: PC25 2205924

CC: 600 Engine No: PC25E 2214504

MOT: None

• CBR600 presented in standard and original trim

• Fitted with a Venom carbon fibre end can

• Supplied with a current V5C

Honda made their first motorcycle in 1949 and within 10 years had become the biggest motorcycle manufacturer in the world. The CBR inlinefour-cylinder sports bike range was launched in the late 1980s and has gone on to win many world championships and TT races in production based series.

This CBR600 has been part of a large and fascinating collection of bikes ranging from the 1980s up until the early 2000s. The vendor has enjoyed searching out examples of more or less all of the bikes he either owned or wanted in the day, but after amassing over 30 assorted models, from a Honda MT50 through to a couple of Bimotas, he’s decided to downsize his collection. Its quite rare to find an CBR600 still in good and essentially standard original condition, just fitted with a Venom carbon end can, as many were used and abused on the race track. Last run about 2 years ago it will need some recommissioning before use and comes supplied with a current V5C.

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1996 Bimota YB11

Beautifully engineered thoroughbred

Estimate: £4,500 - £5,500*

Reg No: N342 HSF Frame No: ZESYB1100TR000092

CC: 1000 Engine No: 4SV

MOT: None

• Rare YB11 presented in standard and original condition

• Perfect combination of Italian and Japanese technology

• Supplied with a current V5C

Bimota is a manufacturer of exclusive sports motorcycles that epitomise Italian flare and engineering excellence. Because of the poor state of 1970s frame design, Bimota concentrated on building a high-quality motorcycle chassis around existing engines and chassis kits for race bikes, basing their bikes on manufacturers’ top models. The YB11 used the Yamaha Thunderace engine in a beautiful twin spar frame surrounded by top quality European chassis and brake components.

This YB11 has been part of a large and fascinating collection of bikes ranging from the 1980s up until the early 2000s. After amassing over 30 assorted models, from a Honda MT50 through to a couple of Bimotas, he’s decided to downsize his collection. The bike is offered for sale in good standard and original condition with a high quality selection of components from suppliers such as Brembo and Paioli, a beautifully engineered alloy frame and typically stylish bodywork. A perfect blend of Italian style with Japanese quality, the bike has not been run for a couple of years so will need some recommissioning and comes supplied with a current V5C.

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c.1960 BSA Bantam D14/4

No Reserve*

Reg No: T.B.A Frame No: D14B5172

CC: 175 Engine No: D14B5172

MOT: Exempt

• Restored BSA Bantam D14/4

• Unusual in Black

• No paperwork found

The BSA Bantam is a two-stroke unit construction motorcycle that was produced by the Birmingham Small Arms Company (BSA) from 1948 (as a 125cc) until 1971 (as a 175cc). Exact production figures are unknown, but it was over c.250,000 and some estimates place the number closer to half a million.

This BSA Bantam D14/4 has had a great deal of money spent during its restoration. Unusual in Black, and restored to a good standard, it has not been used since completion due to other commitments. No documentation has been found at the time of our visit. It would need to be registered before placing on the road. The usual checks will be required before use.

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1995 Yamaha FZR600

Not many survivors in original condition

Estimate: £1,500 - £2,000*

Reg No: N78 EMA Frame No: 4JH 032686

CC: 600 Engine No: 4JH 032686

MOT: None

• FZR600 presented in standard and original condition

• Fitted with alloy/stainless aftermarket end can

• Supplied with lots of receipts, owner’s manual and a V5C

The Yamaha FZ/FZR range was launched with the FZ750 in 1985 in answer to Suzuki’s trendsetting GSXr750. The FZR600 Genesis first came to market in 1989 and has since gone on to win numerous Supersport races including the last few World Supersport Championships.

This FZR600 has been part of a large and fascinating collection of bikes ranging from the 1980s up until the early 2000s. The vendor has enjoyed searching out examples of more or less all of the bikes he either owned or wanted in the day, but after amassing over 30 assorted models, from a Honda MT50 through to a couple of Bimotas, he’s decided to downsize his collection. It’s quite rare to find an FZR600 still in good and essentially standard original condition as many were used and abused on the race track. Last run about 3 years ago it will need some recommissioning before use and comes supplied with lots of receipts, an owner’s manual and a current V5C.

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1995 Laverda S650

Rare Laverda 650 twin

Estimate: £2,250 - £2,750*

Reg No: N970 BSX Frame No: 1170

CC: 650 Engine No: 1170

MOT: None

• Beautifully engineered 650 sports bike

• Lots of high quality Italian chassis parts

• Supplied with current V5C

The roots of the Laverda Motorcycle company go back to 1873 when Pietro Laverda began producing agricultural equipment in Breganza in North-East Italy. Popular in the 1970s with models such as the Jota and the Montjuic, the brand was relaunched in the 1990s with new 650 twins fitted with Weber-Marelli electronic fuel injection and a modern beam frame together with lots of top-quality European brake and suspension components.

This 650 Laverda has been part of a large and fascinating collection of bikes ranging from the 1980s up until the early 2000s. The vendor has enjoyed searching out examples of more or less all of the bikes he either owned or wanted in the day, but after amassing over 30 assorted models, from a Honda MT50 through to a couple of Bimotas, he’s decided to downsize his collection. The bike, quite rare in the UK, is presented in good standard and original condition. Last run about 2 years ago, it will need some recommissioning before use and comes supplied with a current V5C.

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1995 Honda VFR400 NC24

Single sided rear swinging arm

Estimate: £2,250 - £2,750*

Reg No: D516 CFV Frame No: NC24 1005294

CC: 400 Engine No: T.B.A

MOT: None

• Standard and original VFR400 NC24 sports bike

• Still fitted with a genuine Honda HM MLO K exhaust

• Supplied with a current V5C

Honda made their first motorcycle in 1949 and within 10 years had become the biggest motorcycle manufacturer in the world. The VFR400, first seen in the late 1980s was essentially a scaled-down version of the larger capacity VFR models of the day and was mainly developed for, and sold in, the Japanese domestic market.

This good looking example has been part of a large and fascinating collection of bikes ranging from the 1980s up until the early 2000s. The vendor has enjoyed searching out examples of more or less all of the bikes he either owned or wanted in the day, but after amassing over 30 assorted models, from a Honda MT50 through to a couple of Bimotas, he’s decided to downsize his collection. It’s rare to find a NC24 that has survived in original and standard condition, still fitted with a genuine ‘HM MLO K’ exhaust. The bike was last run in 2019 and has been stored since so will need recommissioning before use and is supplied with a current V5C.

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1995 Ducati Monster 900

Fitted with Termignoni end cans

Estimate: £3,500 - £4,000*

Reg No: M824 YRN Frame No: 004268

CC: 900 Engine No: 017317

MOT: None

• 900 Monster presented in original and standard condition

• Fitted with Termignoni end cans, originals included in sale

• Supplied with an owner’s manual, old MOTs and a V5C

Designed in 1992, by Miguel Angel Galluzzi, the Ducati Monster became an immediate success and has gone down in history as the bike that saved Ducati due to its popularity and cheap development costs, with over 300,000 having been produced.

This 900 Monster has been part of a large collection of bikes ranging from the 1980s up until the early 2000s. The vendor has enjoyed searching out examples of more or less all of the bikes he either owned or wanted in the day, but after amassing over 30 assorted models, he’s decided to downsize his collection. The bike is presented in standard condition just fitted with a pair of Termignoni end cans, but the original Ducati ones are included in the sale and it comes supplied with a belly pan, not currently fitted. Last run a couple of years ago it will need some recommissioning before use and comes supplied with an owner’s manual, a number of old MOTs and a V5C, once the personal plate has been transferred. Please note - personal plate will be removed before sale.

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1996 Honda CBR900RR

Honda’s second generation 919cc Fireblade

Estimate: £1,850 - £2,350*

Reg No: N337 XTZ Frame No: JH29C33A6TM001339

CC: 900 Engine No: SC2002948

MOT: None

• CBR900RR in standard and original trim

• Fitted with a stainless-steel oval end can

• Supplied with current V5C

With the launch of the four-cylinder CB750 in1969 Honda ushered in the ‘superbike’ boom in the 1970s and the arrival of the CBR900 Fireblade in 1992, set a new benchmark for sports bike performance. Now past its 30th Anniversary year, the very name ‘Fireblade’ still sets hearts racing.

This CBR900 has been part of a large and fascinating collection of bikes ranging from the 1980s up until the early 2000s. The vendor has enjoyed searching out examples of more or less all of the bikes he either owned or wanted in the day, but after amassing over 30 assorted models, from a Honda MT50 through to a couple of Bimotas, he’s decided to downsize his collection. A trendsetting bike in its day this 919cc Fireblade is presented in essentially standard trim fitted with a stainless steel end can and passenger grab rail. Stood for a few years, it will need some recommissioning before use and comes supplied with a current V5C.

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1992 Suzuki GSXR750WN

The first of the water cooled GSXr750s

Estimate: £1,500 - £2,000*

Reg No: J691 XWC Frame No: GR7BA-101230

CC: 750 Engine No: R720101459

MOT: None

• Presented in standard and original condition

• Still fitted with genuine ‘17E1’ stainless exhaust

• Supplied with a service book, a few MOTs and a V5C

The oil-cooled GSXr750 was launched in 1985 and revolutionized the sports bike market offering race track performance for the road, the range eventually including race replicas from 250cc to 1100c. By the early 1990s the bikes became water-cooled to comply with noise regulations but the ‘Gixxer’ range kept its reputation as the headbangers choice.

This GSXr750 has been part of a large and fascinating collection of bikes ranging from the 1980s up until the early 2000s. The vendor has enjoyed searching out examples of more or less all of the bikes he either owned or wanted in the day, but after amassing over 30 assorted models, from a Honda MT50 through to a couple of Bimotas, he’s decided to downsize his collection. The bike is presented in rare standard trim, still fitted with its original genuine Suzuki stainless exhaust stamped ‘17E1’. Stood for a few years, it will need some recommissioning before use and comes supplied with a few old MOTs and a current V5C.

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1990 Ducati 906 Paso

Massimo

Tamburini designed Paso

Estimate: £2,750 - £3,250*

Reg No: H329 TYC Frame No: 001569

CC: 904 Engine No: 001574

MOT: None

• Distinctive standard and original Ducati Paso 906

• Fitted with aftermarket ‘Contis’, originals included

• Supplied with a workshop manual and a current V5C

Ducati have a long tradition of race-winning vee-twins that have gone on to dominate World Superbike racing over the years and the Massimo Tamburini-designed Paso range was launched in 1986 with its distinctive enclosed bodywork, initially with a 750cc engine but uprated to the 904cc motor in 1989. It is thought only about 1800 906 Pasos were ever made.

This 906 Paso has been part of a large and fascinating collection of bikes ranging from the 1980s up until the early 2000s. The vendor has enjoyed searching out examples of more or less all of the bikes he either owned or wanted in the day, but after amassing over 30 assorted models, from a Honda MT50 through to a couple of Bimotas, he’s decided to downsize his collection. The bike is presented in standard condition, fitted with a pair of Conti silencers but the original Black chrome ones are included in the sale. Not run for a number of years, it will need recommissioning before use and comes supplied with a genuine Ducati workshop manual and a current V5C.

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1985 Kawasaki GPZ900R

The first 150mph superbike

Estimate: £1,750 - £2,250*

Reg No: C671 XPO Frame No: ZX900A-025495

CC: 900 Engine No: ZX900AE-033904

MOT: None

• Early GPZ900 presented in standard and original condition

• Still fitted with genuine Black chrome 4 into 2 exhaust

• Supplied with an owner’s manual and a current V5C

In the early ‘70s, Kawasaki’s four-stroke four-cylinder Z1 was launched, setting a new benchmark for superbike performance, offering a top speed of over 130mph and its successor, the water-cooled GPZ900 continued this trend, being the first mass-produced bike to top 150mph.

This GPZ900R has been part of a large and fascinating collection of bikes ranging from the 1980s up until the early 2000s. The vendor has enjoyed searching out examples of more or less all of the bikes he either owned or wanted in the day, but after amassing over 30 assorted models, from a Honda MT50 through to a couple of Bimotas, he’s decided to downsize his collection. The bike is presented in good standard and original condition still sporting its Black chrome 4 into 2 exhaust system and fitted with a sports rear carrier. Last run in August of 2022, it will need some recommissioning before use and comes supplied with an original owner’s manual and a current V5C.

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1939 Triumph T100

No Reserve* Reg No: DOT 530 Frame No: TF1911

CC: 500 Engine No: 9T10022699

MOT: Exempt

• Iconic Pre-war Triumph T100

• Part of a private collection

• Correct numbers machine

The T100 (Tiger 100) was a standard motorcycle first made by the British motorcycle company Triumph in 1939. With the sales success of the Triumph Speed Twin, Edward Turner, Triumph’s motorcycle designer, looked further into developing the potential of the new parallel twin motor. The lighter and more powerful T100 was developed as a sports enthusiasts’ machine, and as with previous models the “100” referred to its claimed maximum speed in miles per hour (mph). Production ceased when the Triumph factory was destroyed by German bombing in 1940 during World War 2, but recommenced in 1946. Several variants were manufactured until 1973.

This 1939 Triumph T100 has been with the current vendor for a few years and has formed part of a collection of Triumph motorcycles. A correct numbers machine, one of Triumph’s most iconic pre-war machines, it has not been used for the last couple of years due to other commitments and will need to be recommissioned before use. It is offered with a current V5C.

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1984 Honda VF750FD

First of the Honda Vee Four 750s

Estimate: £1,750 - £2,250*

Reg No: A999 DNE Frame No: RC15 2009045

CC: 750 Engine No: RC07E 2116468

MOT: None

• Early VFR presented in standard and original condition

• Still fitted with its original Black chrome 4 into 2 exhaust

• Supplied with a current V5C

Honda made their first motorcycle in 1949 and within 10 years had become the biggest motorcycle manufacturer in the world. They have gone on to produce over 400 million two-wheelers as well as millions of other power products. After setting new standards with the legendary inline four CB750 in 1969, they launched the water cooled vee four VF750 in 1983, beginning a long line of V4-engined sports bikes such as the RC30.

This VFR750F has been part of a large and fascinating collection of bikes ranging from the 1980s up until the early 2000s. The vendor has enjoyed searching out examples of more or less all of the bikes he either owned or wanted in the day, but after amassing over 30 assorted models, from a Honda MT50 through to a couple of Bimotas, he’s decided to downsize his collection. The bike is presented in essentially standard and original condition, still sporting a Black chrome 4 into 2 exhaust system. Last run about 3 years ago, it will need some recommissioning before use and comes supplied with a current V5C.

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1984 Honda NS250R

Two stroke vee-twin GP replica

Estimate: £2,500 - £3,000*

Reg No: A864 YEP Frame No: MC11 1006062

CC: 250 Engine No: MC11E 108321

MOT: None

• Rare in the UK NSR250 presented in standard condition

• Still fitted with its original exhaust system

• Supplied with a current V5C

Honda made their first motorcycle in 1949 and within 10 years had become the biggest motorcycle manufacturer in the world, going on to produce over 400 million two-wheelers. The NS250R, Honda’s entry into the fiercely contested 250cc race replica market, was a water-cooled, 45bhp, ninetydegree vee-twin housed in a GP replica aluminium frame. Quite rare in the UK as it was never officially imported.

This NS250R has been part of a large and fascinating collection of bikes ranging from the 1980s up until the early 2000s. The vendor has enjoyed searching out examples of more or less all of the bikes he either owned or wanted in the day, but after amassing over 30 assorted models, from a Honda MT50 through to a couple of Bimotas, he’s decided to downsize his collection. A rare bike that was never officially imported into the UK, this NS is presented in essentially standard trim, still sporting its original exhaust system. Last run about 3 years ago, see our website video, it will need some recommissioning before use and comes supplied with a current V5C.

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1983 Yamaha RD250LC

The classic 1980s ‘learner’ bike

Estimate: £3,500 - £4,000*

Reg No: FLE 563Y Frame No: 4L1 401778

CC: 250 Engine No: 4L1 401778

MOT: Exempt

• A 250 ‘Elsie’ presented in classic ‘Mars bar’ colours

• Standard condition still fitted with its original exhaust

• Supplied with current V5C

The arrival of the RD range cemented Yamaha’s reputation for highperformance two strokes and the launch of the LC 250 and 350 models in 1980 revolutionised medium capacity motorcycling.

This RD250LC has been part of a large and fascinating collection of bikes ranging from the 1980s up until the early 2000s. The vendor has enjoyed searching out examples of more or less all of the bikes he either owned or wanted in the day, but after amassing over 30 assorted models, from a Honda MT50 through to a couple of Bimotas, he’s decided to downsize his collection. In its day, learners could still ride 250cc bikes and the performance of the LC encouraged the authorities to bring that down to 125cc for safety reasons. The bike, in classic ‘Mars bar’ colours is offered in good original condition, a rare thing for a model that was made to be used to the limit, very often on the race track. Last run a couple of years ago, see our website video, it will need some recommissioning before use and comes supplied with a current V5C.

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1983 Suzuki RG250WD

First version of the game changing RG250 Gamma

Estimate: £3,500 - £4,000*

Reg No: GEL 835Y Frame No: GJ21A-122566

CC: 250 Engine No: J201122463

MOT: Exempt

• Early RG250 Gamma presented in standard and original condition

• In classic Blue and White colours and still fitted with genuine exhaust

• Supplied with a current V5C

The RG250 revolutionized the sports 250 market in 1983 producing over 45bhp but weighing in at only 130kg. The Gamma was the first massproduced motorcycle to have a lightweight aluminum frame and it went on to dominate production racing over the next few years.

This RG250 Gamma has been part of a large and fascinating collection of bikes ranging from the 1980s up until the early 2000s. The vendor has enjoyed searching out examples of more or less all of the bikes he either owned or wanted in the day, but after amassing over 30 assorted models, from a Honda MT50 through to a couple of Bimotas, he’s decided to downsize his collection. The bike is offered in original condition, a rare thing for a model that was made to be used to the limit, very often on the race track, including standard ‘1670’ stamped silencer boxes and is fitted with a single seat converter. Last run a couple of years ago, see our website video, it will need some recommissioning before use and comes supplied with a current V5C.

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1983 Honda MT50

Many future enthusiasts’ first bike

Estimate: £1,500 - £2,000*

Reg No: NHW 606Y Frame No: AD01 5032794

CC: 50 Engine No: AD01E 5032843

MOT: Exempt

• Standard and original Honda MT50 Sports Moped

• Rare to have survived in this condition including owners manual

• Supplied with manuals, a few old MOTs and a current V5C Hondas MT50 was sold in the UK as a ‘Moped’ allowing 16 year old riders to start motorcycling on a bike with the same controls as bigger machines they aspired to.

This MT50 has been part of a large and fascinating collection of bikes ranging from the 1980s up until the early 2000s. The vendor has enjoyed searching out examples of more or less all of the bikes he either owned or wanted in the day, but after amassing over 30 assorted models, ranging from this Honda MT50 through to a couple of Bimotas, he’s decided to downsize his collection. The bike has survived in essentially standard trim, a rare thing for a sports moped, and I am sure will stir up happy memories of many riders first taste of motorcycling. Last run a couple of years ago it will require some recommissioning before use and comes supplied with an owner’s manual, a Haynes workshop manual, some old MOTs and current V5C. `

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1980 Kawasaki KX125

Air-cooled single shock motocrosser

Estimate: £2,250 - £2,750*

Reg No: Unregistered Frame No: DGB91041153

CC: 125 Engine No: KX125AE006936

MOT: Exempt

• KX125 two-stroke motocross bike

• Surprisingly original condition for age

• Run recently by the vendor

After taking over the ailing Meguro Motorcycle Company they began manufacturing motorcycles under the Kawasaki name in the early 1960s, first continuing development of the K1 BSA A10 copy, but soon moving on to build a reputation for high-performance 2-stroke twins and triples. In the early 1970s Kawasaki joined the other major Japanese manufacturers in producing race-ready off-road models such as the KX125 for sale to the general public, going on to be a mainstay of amateur and semi-professional motocross.

This KX125 has been part of a large and fascinating collection of bikes ranging from the 1980s up until the early 2000s. The vendor has enjoyed searching out examples of more or less all of the bikes he either owned or wanted in the day, but after amassing over 30 assorted models, from a Honda MT50 through to a couple of Bimotas, he’s decided to downsize his collection. Presented in amazingly original condition for a bike that was made to be raced, I am sure this KX will stir up happy memories for many motorcyclists of a certain age.

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1980 Honda XL250R

Twin shock trail bike

Estimate: £2,500 - £2,750*

Reg No: Unregistered Frame No: MD01 5200660

CC: 250 Engine No: XL250S 1341623

MOT: Exempt

• Honda XL250R 4-stroke trail bike

• Offered in nice original condition

• Supplied with US Title and NOVA

Honda have produced over 400 million two-wheelers since being founded by Soichiro Honda in 1937being. The XL range of four-stroke trail bikes was Honda’s answer to the growing demand for enduro style road bikes, available in all capacities from 50cc through to 750cc.

This XL250S has been part of a large and fascinating collection of bikes ranging from the 1980s up until the early 2000s. The vendor has enjoyed searching out examples of more or less all of the bikes he either owned or wanted in the day, but after amassing over 30 assorted models, from a Honda MT50 through to a couple of Bimotas, he’s decided to downsize his collection. The XL spent the first 20 years of its life in the state of Ohio before being imported into the UK in 2000, and whilst not registered it comes supplied with a US Title and a NOVA Ref. No. 21E147263. Presented in good original trim, it’s rare to find one that has not suffered years of offroad use and abuse.

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1961 Triumph T120R Bonneville

Matching numbers early ‘60s ‘Bonnie’

Estimate: £7,500 - £9,500*

Reg No: XVE 552 Frame No: D8190

CC: 650 Engine No: T120R D8190

MOT: Exempt

• Matching numbers Bonnie T120R in Sky Blue and Silver Sheen

• Fitted with the correct 120mph speedo and 10,000rpm tacho

• Supplied with an owner’s manual, a buff log book and a current V5C

In 1937 the Edward Turner-designed 500cc Speed Twin was released to the public, launching the iconic range of Triumph twins. Many believe the 650cc T120 Bonneville, first seen in late 1958, to be the ultimate version of the classic British vertical twin and is now one of the most sought-after bikes of the era.

This Bonneville has been known to the vendor from new and is thought to have had only 3 owners, having spent all of its life in the UK. Restored by him in 2015, the wheels were rebuilt and the engine was given a good overhaul including a rebore using 9.1 pistons. The cosmetics were restored at the same time, with the paintwork being carried out by a Bentley car specialist. The bike comes supplied with a continuation Green log book, an owner’s manual, numerous old MOTs, receipts for work carried out, some from famous ex-racer Charlie Sanby, together with a current V5C.

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1949 Vincent HRD Black Shadow

One of only 41 ‘HRD’ series C Shadows

Estimate: £55,000 - £65,000*

Reg No: KXE 965 Frame No: F10AB/1B/2549

CC: 1000 Engine No: RC44498

MOT: Exempt

• Thought to be one of only 41 HRD Series C Shadows

• Includes a recently issued VOC dating certificate

• Copy of original works build sheet and a current V5C

This magnificent bike is 1 of only 41 to have been positively identified as Series C ‘HRD’ Black Shadows before the company changed to using the ‘Vincent’ name. The engine and frame numbers are believed to be correct, according to factory records supplied by the VOC, that show it was despatched on the 14th September, assembled by T Hampshire and tested by a Mr Waugh, to dealers Conways and the UFM and RFM are stamped RC4449B that matches the original records.

At some time it has had a miss match of frame members but luckily they were reunited during the restoration, the UFM came with the bike and the RFM was rediscovered with the help of the VOC. In 2000 a restoration commenced with a well-documented engine rebuild in 2005, including electronic ignition, refurbished speedo and lots of stainless steel. A centre stand has been fitted together with a five gallon petrol tank. This bike is supplied with copies of the works order and engine specification sheets, a VOC dating certificate issued in April 2023, some old MOTs, some receipts, a current V5C.

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1965 Triumph Tiger 90 ‘500’

Estimate: £4,000 - £5,000*

Reg No: EAT 795C Frame No: 36889

CC: 500cc Engine No: 36889

MOT: Exempt

• Under c.10,000 miles from new

• Vendor describes as ‘in very good condition

• Current owner since 2012

In the Meriden Triumph tradition, the touring models were subsequently joined by sporting variants, the first to undergo the ‘sports’ treatment being the 5TA which was joined by the first unit construction Tiger 100, the T100A during 1959. The equivalent 350 did not make its debut until October 1962 when the Tiger 90 arrived. The ‘baby’ Tiger looked smart, with styling reflected the larger Tiger and went well too, top speed under favourable conditions being a genuine 90mph.

The vendor has described this Tiger 90 as ‘in very good condition throughout’. A correct numbers UK machine, it is reported to be in very good condition and in good running order. It has been upgraded to 500cc and fitted with a Morgo ‘piston’ oil pump. In present ownership since 2014 and in regular use, there is a paperwork file with old MOTs etc.

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1980 Benelli ‘Josef Vontor’

Quattro Race replica

Estimate: £8,500 - £10,000*

Reg No: Not Registered Frame No: 10811

CC: 495 Engine No: 010979

MOT: Exempt

• CRMC registered machine

• Stalled project

• Engine out of the machine

Benelli was established in Pesaro, Italy in 1911, which possibly makes it the oldest of Italian motorcycle factories in operation. Benelli fours need no introduction and were tremendously significant machines during what many consider to be the golden era of motorcycle racing and this machine is a tribute to the men and their achievements.

In very good condition and campaigned by present owner until a valve failure initiated an engine rebuild, which has stalled – the plan being to replace the Benelli motor with a period Honda 500 which is remarkably similar and understood to be interchangeable - a Honda engine was acquired and the photos show the two engines partially dismantled as they are today. The valve failure caused minimal damage to an otherwise sound engine so a rebuild of the original motor should be a relatively straightforward option and the Honda route may be a consideration. Photos show the machine both in track trim and ‘as is’ with respect to the chassis and the two motors (exhausts, fairing and sundry parts are in good condition and of course included). It is a CRMC registered machine, thought to have been created by Czechoslovakian maestro ‘Josef Vontor’ using a 1974 donor ‘Benelli 500 Quattro.’

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1994 Ducati 888

Estimate: £9,000 - £11,000*

Reg No: T.B.A Frame No: DM88851002371

CC: 888 Engine No: 002509

MOT: None

• Very good condition throughout

• Under c.10,000 miles from new

• Original PDI and warranty sheets, ownership history

The Ducati 888 was an upgrade to the Ducati 851. The earlier 851 had introduced liquid cooling, computerised fuel injection and four-valve heads to the company’s two-cylinder motors. In 1991 Ducati increased the capacity of the 851 to 888 cc to create the 888. Both engines featured the Desmoquattro valvetrain concept, in which a four-valve per cylinder motor was given desmodromic valve actuation, with cams both opening and closing the valves. Ducati’s desmodromic system reduces the frictional penalty from conventional valve springs.

Described as in very good condition throughout, with little use since the pandemic lockdown, this machine is thought to have covered well under 10,000 miles from new with 5 previous owners and current ownership since 2012. The paperwork file includes original PDI and warranty sheets, ownership history, old MOTs, invoices, service book, Datatag and Datatool information etc. The last major specialist service occurred in May, 2019, included a timing belt change. There are various additional parts including speedometer (km – 10,140,) a pair of Ducati cans, rear pegs etc. Please Note: A cherished registration number transfer in progress.

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1977 Kawasaki Z1000 A1

Beautifully restored

Estimate: £10,000 - £12,000*

Reg No: UAL 417R Frame No: KZT00A003244

CC: 1015 Engine No: KZT00AE004049

MOT: Exempt

• Restored to a very high standard

• Running as it should and ready to go

• A correct numbers machine

The vendor has said: This bike has just been beautifully restored and is ready for the next 50 years of life. Runs and rides excellent. All areas of the bike have been either been rebuilt or replaced. Beautifully repainted bodywork with hand-painted pinstripes. Presents as close to perfect, without a scratch visible, as if the bike was brand new. It presents in its original 1976 paint scheme.

The list of new parts on this bike is many and includes; 630 QR chain, intake boots, cables, battery, blinker assemblies, headlight ring, grips, seat, original Kawasaki mirrors, wiring harness, right and left-hand handlebar switches. Wheels are re-spoked, rims are rechromed and not aftermarket, new sealed wheel bearings, front hub powder-coated and rear hub polished. All of the chrome has been re-done and is fresh, this includes both fenders. The fenders are not cheap reproductions. The battery box is original and uncut, hard to find today. Correct engine and VIN numbers are present. Offered with a V5C at the sale.

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1977 Kawasaki Z900 A4

Beautifully restored

Estimate: £12,000 - £14,000*

Reg No: UAL 418R Frame No: Z1F515171

CC: 903 Engine No: Z1E138568

MOT: Exempt

• Beautifully restored to a high standard

• All correct numbers machine

• Comes complete with a current V5C

The vendor has described the machine as follows: This bike has just been beautifully restored and is ready for the next 50 years of life. Runs and rides excellent and does not leak or burn oil. Every piece on this bike has either been rebuilt or replaced as part of an extensive restoration. There is beautifully repainted bodywork with hand-painted pin stripes. It presents just like the bike had done when it was brand new and in its original 1976 paint scheme.

The engine has been extensively rebuilt. The cylinder head has new exhaust guides, springs and Viton seals with valves re-seated. It has the original 900 “903” cylinder block that has been bored out to 70mm “1015”, new rings were installed using stock Kawasaki 1000 pistons. Gaskets and seals are all new on the rest of the engine. Second gear has been re-cut on the transmission. The list of new parts on this bike is many, and includes; 630 QR chain, intake boots, cables, battery, blinker assemblies, headlight ring, grips, seat, original Kawasaki mirrors, wiring harness, right and lefthand handlebar switches.

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c.1936 Excelsior

Manxman 4-valve

Extremely rare ‘mechanical marvel’

Estimate: £34,000 - £38,000*

Reg No: Unregistered Frame No: Not visible

CC: 250 Engine No: Not visible

MOT: Exempt

• Believed, one of just 3 known to exist

• Running very well and recently used

• Very iconic race machine from the 1930s

Offered here is a very rare Excelsior Manxman 250cc OHC “Four Valve” machine as produced by Excelsior, initially to contest the 1936 Lightweight TT and Grand Prix races. The four-valve cylinder head configuration is one of, it is believed, only three 250s originally manufactured in this form. It has been in single ownership since the completion to original specification in 1999.

The machine here wears a cylinder head stamped number “5”, which is detailed in Excelsior works’ mechanic Tom Wildman’s notebook as being that fitted. Tyrell Smith’s machine which was lying second to Omobono Tenni’s Moto Guzzi in the 1937 Lightweight TT, when having consumed the contents of its gallon oil tank on lap 5 (6, according to the factory notes), it threw a rod, handing over second place to Ginger Wood on the remaining four valve Manxman at 74.5 mph. Displayed inside the house since then, it has been run occasionally, the last time whilst being demonstrated at the Bicester Heritage “Flywheel” event on Saturday, June 17th, 2023.

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1971 Triumph Blazer T25SS

Very original No Reserve*

Reg No: AAX 620J Frame No: CE0802023

CC: 250 Engine No: CE0802023

MOT: Exempt

• All original and correct numbers

• Running condition

• Current V5C on file

The Trail Blazer T25SS (Street Scrambler) was mainly built for the UK market with the T25T being mainly for the US market - the only real differences being the front brake and mudguard. The bike itself handles well and is a lot of fun to ride - and received a positive press at the time it was released. This very charming Triumph T25SS Blazer was purchased new in Monmouthshire by the current owner’s brother. It has never left the county in all its years. He used it until 1975, when he fell off it (at a slow speed), and decided it was not for him anymore. It was parked up for the next 45 years. The current owner purchased it from his brother, as he did not want it to sit there anymore. Once he got it home he set about getting it running again and it was bought back into life with ease. Last run a couple of months ago, it is in a very original condition for its age. It comes complete with a current V5C.

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1922 Sunbeam Model 7

Family owned for 60+ years

Estimate: £7,500 - £8,500*

Reg No: AX 4655 Frame No: 42606A

CC: 599 Engine No: 166/19374

MOT: Exempt

• Family owned since the early 60s

• Restored over 40 years ago

• Always been in Monmouthshire

The first motorcycle to be produced at the Wolverhampton workshops of Sunbeam proprietor John Marston, who had been a manufacturer of high-quality enamel item, pedal cycles and, from 1912, automobiles. It was at the 1921 French GP that the marque’s soon to be famous long-stroke side-valve engine clocked up a debut win for rider Alec Bennett. Powering Sunbeam road machines, this legendary motor was then to remain in production until WW2.

This 1922 Sunbeam Model 7 has been in the same family for over 60 years. It was fully restored over forty years ago and used and enjoyed since its completion. It has competed in countless VMCC events over the years and many Banbury runs since the 1960s. Not run for a while, and dry stored, it will need to be recommissioned before use. It has good compression and would not take too much to get it running and fit for the road. It comes complete with a current V5C. There is a BMS photocopy of the handbook, a couple of old pictures and offered complete with the overcoat and helmet used by the vendor’s father.

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1979 Honda CB550F

Excellent quality authentic restoration

Estimate: £4,000 - £5,000*

Reg No: BRJ 383T Frame No: CB550F 2111221

CC: 550 Engine No: CB550E 1150472

MOT: Exempt

• Nicely presented Honda CB550F Super Sport

• Restored with a good degree of originality

• Supplied with a current V5C

The Honda Motor Company was founded by Soichiro Honda in 1937, initially producing piston rings for Toyota. They made their first motorcycle in 1949 and within 10 years had become the biggest motorcycle manufacturer in the world. They have gone on to produce over 400 million two-wheelers as well as millions of other power products. The legendary CB750/4 was launched in 1969 to great acclaim and laid down the blueprint for the modern day superbike and beginning a range of SOHC Honda ‘fours’ ranging from 350cc upwards. The 500 model followed shortly after the 750, eventually growing to 550cc in the late 1970s.

This good looking CB550F in Metallic Blue with Gold stripes, has been authentically restored back to its original condition keeping as many genuine parts as possible. UK supplied from new, it’s the later ‘Super Sport’ version with its 400/4 style siamese 4 into 1 exhaust system and flatter handlebars to satisfy the demands of European motorcyclists, enjoyed by the vendor for summer runs, it comes supplied with a current V5C.

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BSA Ve Vetter Rocket 3

‘X-75 Hurricane Prototype’

X-75 Hurricane Prototype

Estimate: £28,000 - £32,000*

Reg No: EBW 172J Frame No: VR2

CC: 750 Engine No: A75RNE00193

MOT: Exempt

• An extremely rare and iconic Craig Vetter machine

• Verified by the BSA Club as the works’ prototype

• Long-term ownership since 1982

The X-75 ‘works prototype’ being offered here is a unique machine and is only being offered to a new custodian, due to the passing of John Simmonds. John lived and breathed this machine, it was interwoven with his life. Vetter created the Triumph Hurricane in the summer of 1969, and in October 1969 he unveiled the prototype with “BSA” on the tank as the new ‘Rocket 3’.

Offered here, this 1971 machine is currently the only road-going ‘BSA Vetter Rocket 3’. The provenance on file, includes the BSA Owners’ Club Dating Certificate. It is thought that this Umberslade prototype, was badged as a Triumph and sold off in a factory clearance sale, with no importance attached to its status as a prototype. Classic Bike magazine told the story in a 2001 feature. The prototypes differ from the production machines in a number of ways. They include: Different dimensions - Triumph Hurricane items will not fit the BSA Vetter; Brackets project the headlamp further forward; The machine is being offered with the original V5 (TKX 33M) on file and a current V5C (EBW172J).

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1981 Triumph 750 Tiger Trail Homage

No Reserve*

Reg No: TDU 863W Frame No: T140V JB27513

CC: 750 Engine No: TR7 RV JB27513

MOT: Exempt

• Part of a collection of Triumphs

• A nice homage to a Tiger Trail

• V5C will need to be applied for Triumph is one of the most iconic and revered names in the history of motorcycling. Established in Coventry in 1885, by the start of the 1900s the company had made its first motorcycle beginning a continuous run of production under various ownership until its eventual closure in 1983. In 1937 the Edward Turner-designed Speed Twin was released launching a range of Triumph twins that went on to epitomize British motorcycles in the post-war years. By the early 1980s, after a failed merger with Norton Villiers, Triumph twins were still being made by the workers’ co-operative in Meriden. One of the last new models to be launched before its eventual demise was the Tiger Trail, a model aimed squarely at BMWs R80GS largecapacity trail bike.

The 1981 Triumph Tiger Trail homage on offer has been with the current vendor for many years. Part of a large collection of Triumphs that the vendor had, this is a very original machine that is showing some signs of age. This machine has not run for a couple of years and will need to be recommissioned before use. A V5C will need to be applied for.

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c.1990 Matchless G50

George Beale-built machine

Estimate: £19,000 - £21,000*

Reg No: N/A

Frame No: N/A

CC: 500 Engine No: N/A

MOT: T.B.A

• A George Beale machine, from a collection

• Original nose cones and low level exhaust with the machine

• Needs recommissioning

The current owner owns the three wonderful machines that are on offer. These machines are a matching pair. Both the 7R and the G50 are sympathetic and detailed reproductions of the last models made by AMC.

They were built by George Beale and purchased by him around 1991. This G50 was ordered by the current owner and only ever ridden by him it has never been dropped or crashed in his ownership- a very average rider (as CRMCC records will confirm!) they are in excellent condition throughout. Deviations from the standard AMC specifications are the GP carburettors, Newby Belt Primary Drives, and Interspan Ignition. Five-speed gearboxes are also specified on both machines.

Currently fitted with period Kirby fairings and high-level exhausts, period nose cones and low-level original exhaust systems are included with the machine. The machines have been meticulously kept in good order in the vendor’s ownership at all times. Not run recently and will need the usual checks before running again.

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1979 Honda CBX1000

No Reserve* Reg No: Unregistered Frame No: CB1 20003620

CC: 1047 Engine No: Not visible

MOT: Exempt

• One of the few six-cylinder motorcycles ever produced

• Standard condition fitted with a JAMA replica exhaust

• Fitted with crash bars, fork brace and an Ohlins steering damper

The CB750 ushered in the ‘Superbike’ era and Honda’s crowning glory was the amazing six-cylinder CBX1000, one of few 6 cylinder motorcycles ever produced.

This CBX1000, being offered at no reserve, has been part of a private collection in Finland, owned by a former chairman of the Finnish VJMC. The more desirable early twin shock model, it is presented in good standard condition fitted with its original FVQ rear shocks and a JAMA chrome 6 into 2 exhaust system. The vendor has used the bike regularly and it comes fitted with engine crash bars, an alloy fork brace and an Ohlins adjustable steering damper.

PLEASE NOTE. This bike has been brought in from Finland on a temporary basis. If it is to stay in the UK when sold it will need to get a NOVA Certificate, details on the DVLA website. This normally involves paying 5% VAT on the total sale price and about £125 in customs declaration paperwork, our shipping partner (shippio.com) can help with this process. Please check these details and bear this in mind when bidding.

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1999 Honda CB1300 X4 Turbo

No Reserve*

Reg No: Not registered Frame No: SC38-1201397

CC: 1300 Engine No: SC38E-1021395

MOT: None

• Rare machine, now fitted with a Holsett Turbo

• Lots of bespoke modifications to engine and chassis

• Supplied with a Dyno chart showing 233bhp

The CB1300 X4 was developed by Honda as a competitor to Yamaha’s Vmax. The vendor of this X4, being offered at no reserve, is a former chairman of VMCC of Finland who has long experience in restoring and customising Japanese motorcycles. Now fitted with a turbo and lots of bespoke modifications, the attached dyno chart shows linear and smooth power delivery all the way up to its full power of 233 hp with 227 Nm torque at 6400 rpm. An incredible specification for what must be a unique bike now producing more than double its stock power.

*PLEASE NOTE. This bike has been brought in from Finland on a temporary basis. It was imported into Finland from the UK (original UK reg. no.W167XAA) in 2020 and if it stays in the UK when sold it will need to get a NOVA Certificate, details on the DVLA website. This normally involves paying 5% VAT on the total sale price and about £125 in customs declaration paperwork, our shipping partner (shippio.com) can help with this process. Please check these details and bear this in mind when bidding.

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c.1974 Triumph Trident Metisse

Rickman framed cafe racer

Estimate: £9,000 - £10,000*

Reg No: Q92 REU Frame No: SABTVR03720113160

CC: 850 Engine No: NK 44835

MOT: None

• Metisse framed, Trident engined cafe racer

• Norman Hyde 850cc top end and camshaft

• Marzocchi suspension and Spondon calipers

Rickman Motorcycles was independent motorcycle chassis constructor established by brothers Derek and Don Rickman in the late 1950s. Both successful scrambles riders, they initially made frames for their own use, but before long their competitors realised how much better the brothers’ bikes handled and limited production was set up to build more for sale.

This stunning-looking bike is built around a c.1974 Triumph Trident three-cylinder engine fitted with a Norman Hyde 850cc big bore kit and cams. Originally built as a race bike and used up to the late 1980s, it was converted for road use and registered in 1991. The bodywork is finished in British Racing Green and the frame and the box section swinging arm are nickel plated in true Metisse style. The front forks and rear shocks are Italian Marzocchis and the front disc brakes are provided by Spondon together with a conical rear hub mounted in alloy rims. The bike is finished off with Laverda-style adjustable handlebars, a half fairing and a bespoke 3 into 1 exhaust system and is supplied with receipts for the engine work and a current V5C.

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c.1992 Honda GB500TT

Sought after ‘TT’ model

Estimate: £3,000 - £4,000*

Reg No: Unregistered Frame No: JHPC1603KA002102

CC: 500 Engine No: TBA

MOT: None

• Honda’s stylish take on the classic 1960s British big single

• 500cc version with sports seat, electric start and alloy rims

• Not registered in the UK, but supplied with German papers

The Honda Motor Company was founded by Soichiro Honda in 1937, initially producing piston rings for Toyota. They made their first motorcycle in 1949 and within 10 years had become the biggest motorcycle manufacturer in the world. They have gone on to produce over 400 million two-wheelers as well as millions of other power products. The GB500TT was a Japanese domestic market model designed to re-create the classic British single, like the BSA Gold Star, but with modern-day reliability, disc front brake, 12v lighting and an electric starter.

This striking-looking model is the more sought-after ‘TT’ version with its single seat and low handlebars. This bike is the natural successor to the BSA Gold Star featuring a Honda’s RVFC radial four-valve head and most importantly, an electric starter. A perfect combination of Honda’s legendary build quality with the character of a 1960s British cafe racer. Bought by the vendor in 2018 and never registered in the UK, he has ridden it each summer on its German documents that come supplied with the bike.

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c.1973 Triumph Trackmaster

US style flat-tracker

Estimate: £7,000 - £8,000*

Reg No: Unregistered Frame No: 0015

CC: 750 Engine No: EH33160

MOT: None

• Triumph T140V engine in a Trackmaster frame

• Ceriani forks, Koni shocks and Lester alloy wheels

• Supplied with US title and proof of import in 2005

In 1967 the USA Triumph importers approached race tuner Ray Hensley to build custom frames as “official” factory replacements. As a factory listed option, it bypassed AMA dirt-track rule and what Trackmaster developed was an improved version of the basic 1965 Bonneville chassis.

This Trackmaster, built around a c.1973 T140V engine in frame number 0015, was bought by the vendor from JD Classics in 2010 and has since been used by him in DTRA and Malle Mile flat track events and even a few cheeky runs on the road. Not much is known of its history in the US but the graphics on the panels mention Ted Evans of Venice, California, a well-known dealer back in the 1970s, who was involved in off-road sport. Intriguingly the name ‘Hinely’ has been welded onto the headstock, possibly a previous rider or even the person who put the frame together. Not registered in the UK, it is offered with its American title and Pre NOVA ‘HMCE C&E 389’ import documents from 2005, when imported by JD Classics.

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1947 AJS Model 18

A worthy project

Estimate: £2,000 - £3,000*

Reg No: GSU 803 Frame No: 18578

CC: 500 Engine No: 47/184336B

MOT: Exempt

• Recently unearthed from its resting place

• Attached to a Steib S250 single-seat sports sidecar

• Paperwork going back to the 1980s

Almost identical to the Matchless G80 , both were produced in the same Associated Motor Cycles (AMC) London factory from 1945 to 1966, the AJS Model 18 was developed from a design from the 1930s, despite which it was still being manufactured 30 years later. The 18 was updated when a springer frame rear suspension was made available for 1949, to become the Model 18S.

Due to workload, this 1947 AJS Model 18 on offer has been stored in the corner of the garage for a few years. Sadly, the late vendor was working on the AJS but didn’t manage to get it back on the road. It comes attached to a Steib S250 single-seat sports sidecar. This 18 will need to be fully recommissioned before placing back on the road. A worthy project, it is offered complete with an old-style V5, various paperwork back to the 1980s, photocopies of handbooks and lots of additional information with regards to the model.

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1972 Triumph X-75 Hurricane

Estimate: £14,000 - £18,000*

Reg No: XJB 450L Frame No: PH01150

CC: 750 Engine No: PH01150

MOT: Exempt

• Craig Vetter-designed iconic 750cc triple

• Only 1,152 were built, styled with America in mind

• Recently discovered in a shed with the prototype

The Triumph X-75 Hurricane was a ‘factory special’ motorcycle designed by fairing specialist Craig Vetter. The motorcycle is credited with creating a new class of motorcycle, the cruiser. It was ultimately released as a Triumph model in 1973, the BSA factory having closed its doors in late 1972. Vetter was commissioned by BSA’s US distributor to customise the BSA Rocket 3 to appeal more to American tastes.

This 1972 Triumph X-75 Hurricane has recently been discovered in a shed with the X-75 Hurricane prototype. It was purchased by the late vendor back in the late 1990s. It was restored to concours condition and then used and very much loved over the years. The late vendor used to show this machine with his other X-75 Hurricane (the prototype) together at many shows and events. Both machines were his love and he lived for the marque. Not used since the vendor sadly passed away, the Hurricane will need to be recommissioned before placing back on the road. A correct matching numbers machine, it is offered complete with a current V5C registration document. A great opportunity to own a rare motorcycling icon.

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1951 Norton Big 4

Authentic unrestored condition

Estimate: £2,750 - £3,500*

Reg No: LVU 817 Frame No: FY 38145

CC: 663 Engine No: FY 38145

MOT: Exempt

• Norton’s large capacity 663cc SV single

• presented in original ‘oily rag’ condition

• Supplied with a buff log book and V5C

Norton was founded by James Lansdowne Norton in Birmingham in 1898 and began building motorcycles with French and Swiss engines in 1902. In 1907 a Norton with a Peugeot engine won the first Isle of Man TT race starting a long tradition of sporting excellence. The Model 1, more commonly known as the Big 4, was made between 1907 and 1954 in various forms, its 633cc engine was the largest and most powerful sidevalve engine in the model range and with plenty of low-end torque was mostly used to haul sidecars.

This 1951 example looks to has spent all of its life in the Lake District and is presented in authentic and original ‘oily rag’ condition. Retaining plenty of character, the bike has not been run for a number of years, it will need recommissioning before use and comes supplied with its original buff log book and current V5C.

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1940 Royal Enfield JS 500 Bullet

Authentic unrestored condition

Estimate: £3,000 - £4,000*

Reg No: 607 UXK Frame No: 28886

CC: 500 Engine No: J28512

MOT: Exempt

• Rare pre-war OHV Twin Port 500 Bullet

• Authentic and original ‘oily rag’ condition

• Recent tyres and chains, supplied with a V5C

The first Royal Enfield motorcycle was built in 1901 by the Enfield Cycle Company of Redditch, having previously manufactured bicycles, lawnmowers and stationary engines. Under various ownership, the brand has continued through to the present day, making it one of the longestlasting names in motorcycling. The Bullet holds the distinction of being the world’s longest running production motorcycle having been built in various capacities from 1933 to the present day. The pre-war models were aimed at the sporting rider with an overhead valve twin port engine.

This pre-war Bullet JS500 was probably one of the later bikes made before production was concentrated on machines to support the war effort. It appears to have spent its early years in India, being repatriated in the 1970s. Presented in authentic and original ‘oily rag’ condition, it has been in recent use by the vendor who reports ‘it smokes a bit on start up but soon clears’. It has had new tyres, both chains, clutch plates, electronic voltage regulator and a new gel battery fitted recently and comes supplied with a current V5C.

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1948 Triumph 5T

No Reserve* Reg No: CST 853 Frame No: TF23940

CC: 500 Engine No: 48-5T-85331

MOT: Exempt

• An older restoration and used since

• Recommissioning will be required

• Current V5C on file

Triumph is one of the most iconic and revered names in the history of motorcycling. Established in Coventry in 1885, by the start of the 1900s the company had made its first motorcycle, beginning a continuous run of production under various ownership until its eventual closure in 1983. In 1937 the Edward Turner-designed Speed Twin was released launching a range of Triumph twins that went on to epitomize British motorcycles in the post-war years.

This 1948 Triumph 5T has formed part of a collection of Triumph machines. Restored many years ago, it has been used since completion. The current vendor, sadly, has not the time to use the machine. The carburettor is included in the sale and the vendor may have it refitted before the sale. Recommissioning with be required before use. It comes complete with a current V5C.

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1980 Yamaha DT175

One owner from new Estimate: £1,750 - £2,250*

Reg No: KNT 725W Frame No: 2K4 0026643

CC: 175 Engine No: 2K4 26643

MOT: Exempt

• Presented in original and unrestored condition

• ‘One owner’ displaying just 1,277 miles

• Supplied with an owner’s manual, service book and a V5

The Yamaha Motor Co. was formed in 1955 and the first bike produced was the YA-1, like the BSA Bantam a copy of the German-made DKW RT125 but in typical Japanese fashion this was soon improved upon with the launch of the YA-2 in 1957. In 1971 Yamahas launch of the RT360 invented a new genre of motorcycle, the trail bike, soon all other manufacturers were copying the concept and in the 1970s Yamaha had a full selection of twostroke singles from 50cc up to 400cc. One of the most popular models was the DT175 with its combination of a lightweight 125 chassis and a more powerful 175 motor.

This 1980 model, showing just 1,277 miles on the speedo, has only had one owner from new and is presented in standard and original condition. The bike has been dry stored for the last 20 years so will need recommissioning, but the engine turns over on the kickstarter. It comes supplied with an owner’s manual, service book, original sales catalogue and a V5.

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1952 BMW R25

No Reserve* Reg No: MLV 907* Frame No: 250115

CC: 250 Engine No: 250115

MOT: Exempt

• A rare and original BMW R25 single

• A UK supplied bike from new in 1952

• Only 4 owners, last one since 1966

BMW was established in the early 1900s as a manufacturer of aircraft engines and produced their first motorcycle in 1923, the R23, already sporting the flat twin boxer configuration they have now become synonymous with. Introduced in the early 1950s, the R25 BMW model was a single-cylinder 250cc with shaft-drive and plunger rear suspension.

This 1952 BMW R25, being offered at no reserve, is typical of German bikes from the era exuding quality and solid engineering. According to its original RF60 log book it was supplied new by The Bee Motorcycles in Liverpool in February 1952 and has only had 4 owners since, the last one buying the bike in 1966. Used by its enthusiast owner as part of a collection of European bikes, it has been stood for a number of years but the engine turns over and it seems to be complete and original apart from a missing headlamp.

*Please note, the bike comes supplied with its original RF60 Green log book and a V5, however, the registration number seems to have disappeared from the DVLA database.

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c.1955 Horex Regina 400

No Reserve*

Reg No: 185 MOL Frame No: 68969545

CC: 400 Engine No: 68969545

MOT: Exempt

• Rare in the UK, Horex 400cc twin port single

• Only 4 owners since being imported in 1964

• Supplied with its original Green log book and a V5

Horex was a German motorcycle manufacturer, founded in 1923 by Fritz Kleemann in Bad Homburg vor der Höhe in Hesse, the brand name originating from the first letters of Homburg, supplemented by the Rex trademark of his parents canning glass company. Horex motorcycles were rarely exported and only a few are thought to survive outside Germany.

This c.1955 Regina 400, part of a deceased estate and being offered at ‘no reserve’, is typical of German bikes from the era exuding quality and solid engineering. According to its original green RF60 log book it came into the UK in 1964 and has only had 4 owners since, the last one buying the bike in 1977. Used by its enthusiast owner as part of a collection of European bikes, it has been stood for a number of years but the engine turns over on the kickstart and it seems to be complete and original. The bike comes supplied with an owner’s manual, some old MOTs, the original RF60 Green log book and a V5.

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1955 Norton Model 7

Estimate: £5,000 - £6,000*

Reg No: 272 XVY Frame No: K1261617

CC: 500 Engine No: K1261617

MOT: Exempt

• An older restoration

• All matching engine and frame numbers

• Running very well

The Model 7 Dominator was a 500cc vertical twin motorcycle built by Norton between 1949 and 1955, before being superseded by the Model 88. It was the first of Norton’s Dominator range of motorcycles with an engine designed by Bert Hopwood and was a departure from Norton’s previous practice of producing single-cylinder machines. Successful in its day, the bike was even used by the Japanese police force in the 1950s.

‘272 XVY’ was registered on the 26th July of 1955, with matching engine and a frame number of K1261617. The subject of a long-term extensive no expense spared restoration which has included an engine rebuild and a recent gearbox rebuild. As can be seen from the photographs, or by viewing the bike, it is in very good condition throughout with many new parts. Unfortunately, there is a small blemish on the fuel tank where the chrome has lifted. This could be rectified, but apart from that, the bike looks absolutely lovely. We’ve been informed the engine is sweet. This is a fine Norton that would grace any collection whilst being a pleasure to take out and ride.

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1969 Velocette Thruxton

Estimate: £15,000 - £16,000*

Reg No: PFJ 455G Frame No: RS19841

CC: 500 Engine No: VMT907C

MOT: Exempt

• All correct numbers machine, and a copy of the works record card on file

• Really nicely presented Thruxton

• It comes complete with a current V5C

The Velocette Thruxton was a sporting motorcycle produced by Velocette between 1965 and 1971. Revealed at the 1964 Earls Court Show, it was the final development of Velocette’s antiquated pushrod single, the Venom. Sometimes referred to as the Venom Thruxton or simply Thruxton, some surviving examples could be ‘upgraded’ replicas based on the Venom or Viper, as many parts in the range were interchangeable. Due to the high values involved and possibility of fakes, a register was established by a member of the Velocette Owners Club.

This Velocette Thruxton was restored around 8 years ago. An all correct numbers machine it has a copy of the works record card on file. The older restoration holds up well since completion. Recent cylinder head work has been carried out. This motorcycle is accompanied by a current V5C.

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1948 Triumph Tiger 100

Estimate: £8,500 - £9,500*

Reg No: TXS 220 Frame No: T.F20811

CC: 500 Engine No: 48T100097287

MOT: Exempt

• Restored to a good standard

• A good usable machine

• Running well with good oil pressure

In 1937 the Edward Turner-designed 500cc Speed Twin was released launching a range of Triumph twins that went on to epitomize British motorcycles in the post-war years. The Tiger 100 was the sports version of the Speed Twin and marketed as the ‘supreme mount for the sportsman’. ‘The Motor Cycle’ described the model as a ‘thoroughbred sporting 500 calculated to inspire pride of ownership both on account of its magnificent all round performance and its handsome appearance’.

This 1948 Triumph had a restoration around five years ago to a good standard. Many new parts fitted in that time. We have been advised that the Triumph is running well and ready for its new owner. An early post-war Triumph T100 with instruments in the tank. A current V5C is on file.

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1963 Triumph 21

Original Registration Number

Estimate: £2,500 - £3,500*

Reg No: 419 GWA Frame No: 3TA H28079

CC: 350 Engine No: 3TA H28079

MOT: Exempt

• A charming Triumph Twenty-One

• Restored some time ago

• Original registration

Triumph is one of the most iconic and revered names in the history of motorcycling. Established in Coventry in 1885, by the start of the 1900s the company had made their first motorcycle beginning a continuous run of production under various ownership until its eventual closure in 1983. In 1937 the Edward Turner-designed Speed Twin was released launching a range of Triumph twins that went on to epitomize British motorcycles in the post-war years. The 350cc 3TA was the first unit construction twin from the Meridan factory and was more generally called the ‘21’, possibly to celebrate 21 years since the formation of Robert Sangsters Triumph Engineering Co, they also became known as ‘Bathtubs’ due to the distinctive fully enclosed rear end.

Restored many years ago to a good standard, and now with some signs of use, this Triumph 21 ‘Bathtub’ is an ideal lightweight machine to ride or take to shows. We have been advised that it is running well and still retains its original registration number. It comes complete with a current V5C.

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1960 BSA A7SS Shooting Star 500cc

No Reserve*

Reg No: 110 AFH Frame No: GA7 5988

CC: 500 Engine No: CA7SS 7356

MOT: Exempt

• Pre unit BSA A7SS 500 twin cylinder

• A few nice extras for use on runs and rallies

• Supplied with a current V5C

The Birmingham Small Arms factory was established in the Small Heath area of Birmingham 1861 and as the name suggests manufactured weapons. Around the turn of the century they started making bicycles and progressed onto motorcycles a few years later. BSA went on to be one of the world’s largest producers of motorcycles up until its demise in the early 1970s. The ‘A’ range of twins, initially pre-unit, was launched in the late 1940s to compete with Triumph’s Speed Twin and stayed in production until the early 1970s.

The A7 models continued in production with various modifications until 1961/2 when they were superseded by the new unit-construction A50 model. A previous owner of this BSA A7SS has modified the bike to make it better for use on vintage runs and rallies by fitting extra lights, indicators for safety, a period Craven top box and a touring screen. An attractive bike in traditional BSA Metallic Green, it has not been run for a couple of years, so will need recommissioning before use. Supplied with a current V5C.

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1970 BSA Rocket 3

From long term ownership

Estimate: £7,000 - £9,000*

Reg No: EPL 964J Frame No: GD00128A75R

CC: 750 Engine No: GD00128A75R

MOT: Exempt

• From long term ownership

• Lots of paperwork on file

• Mostly original machine

The BSA Rocket 3, alongside the Honda CB750, and later the Kawasaki triples, brought a new level of sophistication to street motorcycles, marking the beginning of the superbike era. The Rocket 3/Trident was part of Triumph’s plan to extend the model range beyond their 650cc parallel twins. It was the last major motorcycle developed by Triumph at Meriden, West Midlands, created to meet the demands of the US market. Although BSA experienced serious financial difficulties, 27,480 Rocket 3/Tridents were produced during its seven-year history.

This 1970 BSA Rocket Three has been with the late vendor for many years. It was his pride and joy and went to many events all over the country. There is a great history file with the machine and a full set of panniers which were purchased new for the machine (receipt on file) Sadly due on sale due to the late vendor. The BSA will need recommissioning before use.

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1970 Triumph TR6C

Estimate: £7,500 - £8,500*

Reg No: BHY 390H Frame No: CD45664TR6C

CC: 500 Engine No: CD45664TR6C

MOT: Exempt

• Purchased by the current owner as a project

• Restored to a good standard

• All correct numbers machine

Triumph is one of the most iconic and revered names in motorcycling. Established in Coventry in 1885, by the start of the 1900s the company had made its first motorcycle beginning a continuous run of production under various ownership until its eventual closure in 1983. In 1937 the Edward Turner-designed Speed Twin was released launching a range of Triumph twins that went on to epitomize British motorcycles in the post-war years. The single carb Trophy was considered to be the best all round model and proved very popular in the USA, especially in the upswept exhaust ‘Desert Race’ specification.

The current vendor purchased this 1970 Triumph TR6C as a restoration project some years ago. Following the purchase, the vendor went right through the machine to assess the work required to recommission and replaced or rebuilt all components needed. We have been advised by the vendor that the machine is running well. A few upgrades have been fitted during the restoration process. The TR6C is offered at the sale with some bills for parts and work carried out along with a current V5C.

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1971 BSA Spitfire Scrambler

Estimate: £4,500 - £5,500*

Reg No: BAX 216J Frame No: A65FSHE12008

CC: 650 Engine No: A65FSHE12008

MOT: Exempt

• Restored a few years ago by the current vendor

• Purchased as a complete machine as a restoration project

• Restored to a good standard and enjoyed since

Many of these models were fitted with the requisite raised handlebars, small capacity fuel tanks etc. and supplied to the North American market. Known as the ‘Power Egg’ for obvious reasons, The investment in these modifications will provide a useable performance motorcycle well up to standards required on today’s roads.

This 1971 BSA A65 Spitfire Scrambler was purchased by the current vendor a few years ago as a complete machine needing restoration. In his ownership, it has been stripped down and all components were either restored or made new, where possible. He has enjoyed it since its completion, this machine is offered to the new custodian complete with a current V5C and various paperwork.

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1978 Triumph T140V

Long term ownership

Estimate: £4,000 - £5,000*

Reg No: UBX 890T Frame No: CP81585

CC: 744 Engine No: CP81585

MOT: Exempt

• Purchased in 2009 with very low mileage

• A fairly original machine with correct numbers

• Much loved by the current vendor

The second generation T140 (Bonneville) can be very appealing in ownership, they’re typically cheaper than the T120 and they have some quality upgrades: 100 more CCs of displacement, a front disc brake, and an additional gear in the transmission. This was Triumph’s way of challenging the onslaught of advancements from Japan, however, it turns out that Triumph was arguably a bigger obstacle to their own success than Honda, Suzuki, et al, as workers at the Meriden factory held a sit-in to protest the announced closure of their plant.

The current owner of the 1978 Triumph T140V has enjoyed it since he purchased it in 2009. It was purchased as a very original machine with low mileage. The vendor has kept it up together and advises us that it is running very well and stops well too. He has always maintained it and kept it going in his ownership. It comes complete with a current V5C and some old MOT certificates and other paperwork.

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1980 Honda CBX

Very nicely presented

Estimate: £8,500 - £9,500*

Reg No: CFR 104V Frame No: SC032000073

CC: 1000 Engine No: SC03E2000057

MOT: Exempt

• Restored to a high standard and presents very well

• Lots of bills amounting to many £1,000s pounds

• Running very well and much cared for machine

The Honda Motor Company made their first motorcycle in 1949 and within 10 years had become the biggest motorcycle manufacturer in the world, going on to make over 400 million two-wheelers as well as millions of other power products. The launch of the four-cylinder CB750 in 1969 ushered in the ‘Superbike’ boom in the 1970s and Honda’s crowning glory of the era was the amazing six-cylinder CBX1000, still one of the few 6 cylinder motorcycles ever produced.

The Honda CBX1000 on offer has had many thousands of pounds spent on the restoration with many new parts, this is backed up with a file of receipts including David Silver Parts. The paintwork is of good quality and in striking Jet Black. The restoration was carried out by Rising Sun Restorations at a great cost. We have been advised the CBX is running very well and is ready for the new owner to enjoy. It comes complete with a current V5C, file of paperwork and a large number of old MOT certificates, and tax discs.

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1996 Aprilia

Paul Stark Design

Estimate: £3,000 - £4,000*

Reg No: N220 VEC Frame No: ZD4MH0000TN051949

CC: 650 Engine No: 65AP6211255

MOT: Exempt

• Very original and unrestored

• Limited edition Philippe Starck designed Aprilia

• Current V5C on file and some old receipts

This Striking Aprilia was purchased by the current vendor in 2016, it has seen very little use since it was purchased. A very original machine that is currently running well.

Aprilia approached famous French designer Philipe Starck to envisage a city bike that would appeal to bikers and non-bikers alike. Based on their Pegaso trail bike, the 650cc Rotax engine was slightly detuned for the city and fitted to Starck’s striking smooth panels and curvy reinvention of a motorcycle frame. Introduced in 1995, the limited edition machine was produced for only two years. In 1999, however, the machine was briefly put back into production, before being dropped once more, in 2002.

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c1980 Yamaha TZ250

Ex Bob Jackson race bike

Estimate: £4,000 - £5,000*

Reg No: Not registered Frame No: SP* YC/5/749

CC: 350 Engine No: Not visible

MOT: Exempt

• Raced by Bob Jackson in the late 70s and early 80s

• Possible Spondon frame with Spondon forks and brake

• Offered as last raced with a good history

Yamaha has a long tradition of achievement in motorcycle sport that goes on to this day in Moto GP. The introduction of Yamahas over the counter race bikes in the late 1960s revolutionized racing allowing anyone to buy a race ready bike capable of winning TTs and GPs. The water cooled TZ250 and 350 models must be the most successful racing bikes ever produced.

This TZ250 was raced by Bob Jackson and is thought to be the bike he won the North West 200 on and finished on the leaderboard at the TT and the Ulster Grand Prix. Like most race bikes it was constantly evolving and is offered with what is possibly a Spondon frame, forks and front brake and fitted with a 250 engine. The bike looks to be as it was last raced and has been stored in one of Bob’s sponsors’ private collection for a number of years, so will need recommissioning before use. A very original and interesting bike with a good history.

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c1935 Velocette 350 Mac

Race Bike

Unused since full restoration

Estimate: £4,500 - £5,500*

Reg No: Unregistered Frame No: Not visible

CC: 350 Engine No: MAC22492

MOT: Exempt

• Mid 1930s classic racer based on a Velocette 350 MAC

• Fitted with a BTH Racing mag and an Amal GP carb

• Striking bike for classic racing or parading

Velocette is the brand name of motorcycles made by Veloce Ltd between 1904 and 1971. One of several motorcycle manufacturers in Birmingham, Velocette was a family owned firm selling almost as many hand-built motorcycles as the mass-produced machines from the likes of Triumph and Norton. Renowned for the quality of its products, the company was “always in the picture” in international motorcycle racing from the mid 1920s through to the 1950s, culminating in two 350cc World Championship titles and its legendary, and still-unbeaten, record of averaging over 100mph for 24 hours on a 500cc single cylinder machine.

This stunning looking 350cc racer is built around a c.1936 MAC and has been part of an enthusiast private collection of mainly Velocettes for many years. Unused since its full restoration, it is fitted with a BTH Racing mag and an Amal GP carb, as well as many other modifications to make it suitable for the track. Not run for a few years, it will need recommissioning but will make an eyecatching bike for classic racing or parades.

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c1935 Velocette MOV

Early MOV OHV 250

Estimate: £2,750 - £3,750*

Reg No: Unregistered Frame No: 2234

CC: 250 Engine No: M1308

MOT: Exempt

• Authentically presented pre war Velocette MOV

• Trademark Velocette large fishtail silencer

• A relatively lightweight bike for runs and rallies

One of several motorcycle manufacturers in Birmingham, Velocette was a family-owned firm selling almost as many hand-built motorcycles as the mass-produced machines from the likes of Triumph and Norton. While small, they were a great innovator and many of its patented designs are commonplace on motorcycles today, including the positive-stop foot shift and swinging arm rear suspension.

Whilst many Velocette designs were OHC, especially their race bikes, in 1933, the decision was made to develop a cheaper to produce OHV engine and the first model was the 250cc MOV. This 250cc MOV, presented in authentic condition, has been part of an enthusiast’s private collection of mainly Velocettes. It appears to have originally been sold in Ireland with a transfer on the fuel tank, suggesting it was at some time, supplied by famous Irish racer and Velocette works rider Stanley Woods Motorcycles in Dublin. The reg. plates show a Northern Irish registration number of CZ8898, that would have been issued in Belfast, but unfortunately, it does not appear on the DVLA database. Not run for a few years it will need recommissioning before use.

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1967 Velocette Viper

Vee Line Engine cover model

Estimate: £2,750 - £3,750*

Reg No: ORB 253E Frame No: RS19221

CC: 350 Engine No: VR4555

MOT: Exempt

• Viper 350 from the later years of Velo production

• Still fitted with its ‘Vee Line’ fibreglass engine covers

• Supplied with its original green log book and a V5C

One of several motorcycle manufacturers in Birmingham, Velocette was a family-owned firm selling almost as many hand-built motorcycles as the mass-produced machines from the likes of Triumph and Norton. Veloce, while small, was a great technical innovator and many of its patented designs are commonplace on motorcycles today, including the positivestop foot shift and swinging arm rear suspension. Renowned for the quality of its products, the company was “always in the picture” in international motorcycle racing from the mid-1920s through to the 1950s, culminating in two 350cc World Championship titles.

This 350cc Viper, presented in authentically restored condition, has been part of an enthusiast private collection of mainly Velocettes. Supplied new by Bill Lomas Motorcycles of Clay Cross in February,1967, it is still fitted with its fibreglass ‘Vee Line’ engine covers, often discarded in the day, together with a period rear carrier, alloy mudguards and a front crash bar. Not run for a few years, it will need recommissioning and comes supplied with its original Green log book and a current V5C.

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1965 Zundapp KS75

No Reserve*

Reg No: ELD 807C Frame No: 6003524

CC: 75 Engine No: 4593591

MOT: Exempt

• Presented in original unrestored condition

• Rare in the UK 75cc 4-speed two-stroke

• Supplied with original tyre pump and a V5C

Zündapp was a German manufacturer founded in 1917 in Nuremberg by Fritz Neumeyer together with the Krupp AG and the tool manufacturer Thiel as a producer of detonators. In 1919 Neumeyer became the sole proprietor of the company and two years later he diversified into the construction of motorcycles. The company’s early tradition of large capacity motorcycles began in 1933 with the K-series that formed the basis of many military vehicles during WW2. In the post war years Zundapp concentrated on go to work bikes and scooters but as sales declined the company went bankrupt and closed in 1984.

The KS75 showed typical German heavy duty construction with a good specification but proved to be too expensive to compete with Japanese bikes in the 1960s, making it a rare model in the UK. This example has been part of an enthusiast private collection and has survived in very original condition, including its alloy wheel rims and even its underseat tyre pump. The bike has not been run for a number of years, so will need recommissioning and comes supplied with a current V5C.

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1955 Velocette MAC 350

‘Veloce’ tele forks and S/A rear suspension

Estimate: £2,000 - £3,000*

Reg No: OGB 580 Frame No: RS6327

CC: 350 Engine No: MAC23665

MOT: Exempt

• Authentically restored 350cc Velocette MAC

• Fitted with a few clever hand made extras

• Supplied with some old MOTs, buff log book and a V5C

Velocette is the brand name of motorcycles made by Veloce Ltd in Hall Green, Birmingham between 1904 and 1971. Veloce, while small, was a great technical innovator and many of its patented designs are commonplace on motorcycles today including the positive-stop foot shift and swinging arm rear suspension with hydraulic dampers. Renowned for the quality of its products, the company was “always in the picture” in motorcycle racing from the mid 1920s to the 1950s, culminating in two 350cc world championship titles and its legendary, and still-unbeaten, record of averaging over 100mph for 24 hours on a 500cc single cylinder machine.

This 350cc MAC, presented in authentically restored condition, has been part of an enthusiast private collection of mainly Velocettes. Supplied new in April 1955 it is fitted with few nice little home made additions such as the touring screen, passenger grab rails and a clever lever to help put the side stand down. Not run for a few years it will need recommissioning and comes supplied with its original buff log book, a few old MOTs and a current V5C.

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1960 Velocette Venom

Fitted with Thruxton tank and seat

Estimate: £2,750 - £3,750*

Reg No: JFO 771 Frame No: RS 13629

CC: 500 Engine No: VM 3666

MOT: Exempt

• Authentically restored Venom

• Thruxton style tank and seat with Mikuni carb

• Supplied with a few old MOTs and a current V5C

One of many motorcycle manufacturers in Birmingham, Velocette was a family owned firm selling almost as many hand-built motorcycles during its lifetime as the mass-produced machines from the likes of Triumph and Norton. Veloce, while small, was a great technical innovator and many of its patented designs are commonplace on motorcycles today including the positive-stop foot shift and swinging arm rear suspension with hydraulic dampers. Renowned for the quality of its products, the company was “always in the picture” in motorcycle racing from the mid 1920s to the 1950s, culminating in two 350cc World Championship titles and its legendary, and still-unbeaten, record of averaging over 100mph for 24 hours on a 500cc single cylinder machine.

This 500cc Venom, presented in authentically restored condition, has been part of an enthusiast private collection of mainly Velocettes and has been partly ‘Thruxtinised’ with a cutaway fuel tank making room for a more modern Mikuni carb and a hump backed sports seat. Not run for a few years it will need recommissioning and comes supplied with a few old MOTs and a current V5C.

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1958 BMW R50

No Reserve* Reg No: 34 RMG Frame No: 558907

CC: 500 Engine No: 558907

MOT: Exempt

• Authentically presented R50, only 1 owner in the last 63 years

• Supplied with its original sales receipt from 20th February 1960

• Numerous tax disc, old MOTs and a V5 registration document

In 1955 BMW created its ‘R’ series of models fitted with swinging fork rear suspension for the first time and most distinctively, ‘Earles’ type front forks.

This 1958 R50, part of a deceased estate and being offered at ‘no reserve’, is typical of German bikes from the era exuding quality and solid engineering. Bought by the previous owner from AFN Ltd in Isleworth for the princely sum of £274 in February 1960, the original sales receipt is included in the sale. He used the bike extensively for touring holidays around the UK and Europe in his long term ownership. It’s not clear if the bike has ever been restored, but it is presented in very authentic and original looking condition. The bike has not been run for a number of years, however, the engine turns over in the kickstart and it comes supplied with its 1960 sales receipt, a few old MOTs, lots of old tax discs and a V5 registration document. Unfortunately, the keys have not been found.

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c.1938 Victoria Aero 250

No Reserve*

Reg No: HBG 641N* Frame No: 132725

CC: 250 Engine No: 132725

MOT: Exempt

• A rare in the UK pre-war Victoria Aero 250

• Authentic restoration carried out in the mid 1970s

• Supplied with its original German registration book

Victoria was initially a bicycle manufacturer based in Nürnberg, Germany that also made motorcycles from 1901 until 1966. The factory was destroyed in 1945 and they mainly concentrated on small capacity models afterwards until their closure in the mid-1960s.

This c.1938 Victoria Aero 250, being offered at ‘no reserve’, exudes German quality and solid engineering. It appears to have been imported in 1975 and put on a ‘N’ registration plate although it is obviously a good deal older. Restored by the previous owner, he used it extensively on vintage runs and rallies, always attracting a lot of attention, and frowning upon anyone who trailered their bikes to events! It is offered with its original ‘Kraftfahrzeugbrief’ registration document, stamped up in Third Reich-era Germany. The restoration has stood up well but it had not been run for a number of years, so the engine does not turn over and has probably dry seized. *Please note, the bike comes supplied with a V5 and an old MOT but the registration number seems to have disappeared from the DVLA database.

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1977 MZ 250 Supa 5

No Reserve*

Reg No: UPD 566S Frame No: 3682255

CC: 250 Engine No: 2321255

MOT: Exempt

• Authentically presented and original MZ 250 Supa 5

• Solidly built example of this East German classic

• Supplied with a current V5C

Motorrad und Zweiradwerk was an East German motorcycle manufacturer located in Zschopau, Saxony better known as MZ. Established early in the last century they were at the forefront of two stroke development in the 1950s with their renowned engineer Walter Kaaden developing concepts copied by the Japanese in later years. His understanding of gas flow and resonance enabled him to make the first engine to achieve 200bhp/litre with his 1961 125cc racer. During the communist era they typified solid reliable Iron Curtain transport and by 1983 the two millionth motorcycle had rolled off the conveyor belt. Not many have survived in original condition in the UK.

This standard and original 250 Supa 5, part of a deceased estate and being offered at ‘no reserve’, was bought by the vendor in 2007 and has not seen much use since. Not run for many years, the points cover is loose and it looks like some attention was being given to the points area in recent times so some recommissioning will be needed. It comes supplied with a current V5C.

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1953 Sunbeam S8

Estimate: £3,500 - £4,500*

Reg No: TXS 276 Frame No: 7541/4B

CC: 350 Engine No: 7541/4

MOT: Exempt

• A nicely mellowed Sunbeam S8

• Restored a few years ago

• Running well

The Sunbeam S7 and S8 are British motorcycles designed by Erling Poppe with styling loosely based on the BMW R75 designs that were acquired as war reparations by BSA (full rights to the Sunbeam brand had been acquired from AMC in 1943). The S8, without altering the basic design, incorporated slimmer wheels of then standard sports machine sizes and had narrower mudguards to suit. The lighter weight and improved handling revealed what a good machine the S8 really was and sales quickly improved.

The Sunbeam S8 on offer was restored a few years ago by the previous owner who used it since its completion. We have been informed that it is running well and rides as it should. It comes complete with a current V5C.

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1960 Royal Enfield Constilation

Estimate: £4,000 - £5,000*

Reg No: TXS 331 Frame No: 9531

CC: 600 Engine No: 10207

MOT: Exempt

• A nice old Royal Enfield Constellation

• Appears to be a fairly original machine

• Correct numbers machine

The first Royal Enfield motorcycle was built in 1901 by the Enfield Cycle Company of Redditch having previously manufactured bicycles, lawnmowers and stationary engines. Under various ownership, the name has continued through to the present day making it one of the longestlasting names in the two-wheeled world. The 700cc Constellation was one of the last British-made models produced in the Redditch factory before its eventual closure in the mid-sixties. The large capacity parallel twin design has recently made a comeback with the Indian made 650, proving very popular with a new generation of riders.

This Royal Enfield Constellation has a great patina to it, and we have been advised it is mostly original. A correct numbers machine that was used until the end of last year, the usual checks would be advised before use, due to the bike coming from short-term storage. This Constellation has been fitted with a Royal Enfield Interceptor engine. Offered with a current V5C.

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1937 AJS Model 26

Estimate: £8,500 - £9,500*

Reg No: TSX 331 Frame No: 5523

CC: 350 Engine No: 46385

MOT: Exempt

• A handsome late Vintage AJS

• Older restoration

• Correct number machine

AJS was acquired by the London-based Collier Bros. (AMC) in 1931. Production was shifted to Plumstead Road and the AJS was produced alongside the Matchless motorcycles. Under AMC the AJS badge may have been put on the “bread and butter” Matchless motorcycles, but the Colliers were mindful of the AJS racing heritage, and used the name on some innovative racing machinery. These racing bikes kept the AJS name alive.The Model 26 was a semi-sports 350 model.

We have been informed that this AJS Model 26 was owned and restored by the AJS Club secretary, it was used by him for many years and he had enjoyed it in his ownership. The restoration has a nice patina to it now and still presents well. An ideal VMCC-eligible machine for many events. It’s offered complete with a current V5C.

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c.1973 Moto Guzzi Nuova Falcone

No Reserve*

Reg No: LNV 255M Frame No: NF03FG

CC: 500 Engine No: A13588

MOT: Exempt

• Thought to be ex-military Nuova Falcone 500

• Presented in authentic and original condition

• Supplied with numerous old MOTs and a V5C

Moto Guzzi was established in 1921 by three friends from the Italian Air Corps and is Europe’s oldest motorcycle manufacturer in continuous production, based in the same factory in Mandello del Lario overlooking Lake Como ever since. The Moto Guzzi Nuovo Falcone is a very useable 500cc horizontal single-cylinder design manufactured from 1968 until 1974 as a tough and durable military motorcycle, featuring a low revving reliable engine with solidly “over-engineered” frame and cycle parts.

This c.1973 model, is part of a deceased estate and being offered at ‘no reserve’. It appears to be an ex-military bike that was imported into the UK in 2002. Supplied by North Leicester Motorcycles this Falcone has been enjoyed by its enthusiast owner as part of a collection of European bikes, it has been stood for the last few years but the engine turns over on the kickstart and it seems to be complete. It’s thought to be original paint. It comes supplied with numerous old MOTs, old tax disc and a current V5C.

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2003 Honda VFR 800 A3

Estimate: £2,500 - £3,500*

Reg No: BG03 AZP Frame No: JH2RC46C73M500586

CC: 781 Engine No: RC46E2505795

MOT: Exempt

• c.17,000 miles displayed

• Fully stamped service book

• Two sets of keys

Produced since 1998, the Honda VFR800 (Interceptor) is a ‘sport touring’ successor to the VFR750F and shares the V4 engine configuration with the Honda VF and VFR series. The sixth generation VFR was introduced in 2002. It featured dual underseat exhausts, optional ABS, DCBS linked brakes, and optional hard luggage. It featured chain-driven cams rather than the gear-driven cams of earlier VFRs, and VTEC valve actuation.

Displaying just a mere c.17,111 miles, this machine has 5 former keepers recorded. It is offered with its full luggage, a recent front tyre, and a full service at 16,000 miles by Kestrel Honda, Coventry, costing £597.36 (bill on file). The original owner’s pack, including manual and service booklet with a full set of stamp entries and two sets of keys, accompany the machine.

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c.1963 Ariel Pixie

No Reserve* Reg No: AFB 34B Frame No: P589

CC: 50 Engine No: P589

MOT: Exempt

• A very original ‘ride or restore’ Ariel Pixie

• Very rare to have panniers fitted

• It last ran earlier this year

The appropriately named ‘Pixie’ joined Ariel’s advanced motorcycle line up in 1963. Another of Val Page’s innovative designs, it used a version of the BSA Beagle’s four-stroke motor scaled down to 50cc, although its original design had incorporated an OHC unit. The use of pressed steel for the frame followed the practice used in its larger siblings the Leader and the Arrow, the tiny machine getting an advanced form of rubber suspensionWho said the British bike industry was behind the times? Dropped when the Ariel brand was ‘killed-off’ by parent company, BSA, in 1966.

This c.1963 Ariel Pixie has been sitting in a dry shed for many years. It was discovered and it was taken upon by the vendor to get it going which he successfully did. The Pixie comes complete with a very rare set of panniers which are in good condition. Sadly, there is no paperwork for this machine and a log book will need to be applied for.

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1952 Velocette MAC 350

Estimate: £2,750 - £3,500*

Reg No: MOC 570 Frame No: 11778

CC: 350 Engine No: 18077

MOT: Exempt

• Velocette’s sporty OHV 350 single

• Older restoration in authentic condition

• Supplied with a green log book and a V5C

Velocette is the brand name of motorcycles made by Veloce Ltd in Hall Green, Birmingham between 1904 and 1971. Veloce, while small, was a great technical innovator and many of its patented designs are commonplace on motorcycles today, including the positive-stop foot shift and swinging arm rear suspension with hydraulic dampers. Renowned for the quality of its products, the company was “always in the picture” in international motorcycle racing from the mid-1920s through to the 1950s, culminating in two 350cc World Championship titles.

The first version of the Velocette MAC was launched in 1933 and was developed from the overhead valve Velocette MOV 250. A reliable single-cylinder design, the MAC coped well with the low-grade post war petrol and was a popular all-rounder amongst motorcyclist in the 1950s. This example is an older restoration presented in authentic and original condition, featuring Velos trademark fish-tail silencer. The bike has been stood for a while so it will need recommissioning before use and comes supplied with a continuation Green log book and current V5C.

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1936 AJS 250

OHV Model 12

Estimate: £2,250 - £2,750*

Reg No: BFD 86 Frame No: 3402

CC: 250 Engine No: 2336

MOT: Exempt

• Rare pre-war overhead valve 36/12 250

• Rigid frame with girder forks up front

• Supplied with a Green log book and a V5C

A.J. Stevens & Co Ltd produced motorcycles from 1897 and soon developed their own engines including parallel twins and vee twin designs sold under the more recognisable AJS name. Success in racing soon followed with Eric William’s win in the 1914 TT, the firm also taking second, third, fourth and sixth places beginning a long line of sporting achievements. An amalgamation with Matchless in 1931 formed Associated Motor Cycles which continued until the group’s closure in the mid-60s.

The AJS Model 12 from 1936 was a smaller version of the 350cc Matchless Model 35/G3 with an upright cylinder and a low-level exhaust. Quite a sporting model in its day featuring overhead valves, when most 250s were still side-valves, matched to a Burman gearbox and rigid chassis with girder forks. This example is an older restoration that has been stood for a while so will need recommissioning. It comes supplied with a continuation green log book and a current V5C.

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1964 BMW R27

Fully restored

Estimate: £6,500 - £7,500*

Reg No: YCV 292B Frame No: 380632

CC: 245 Engine No: 380632

MOT: Exempt

• ‘No expense spared’ on the restoration

• Old Cypriot log book on file

• V5 on file

Based largely on the R26, in 1960 the R27 added rubber mounts for the engine and boosted power. The engine pumped out 18hp, the highest ever for a shaft-drive BMW single. BMW manufactured 15,364 R27 models over the production years of 1960 to 1966. BMW did things differently from other manufacturers. This is evident in the R27. Its enclosed shaft final drive is rare for a single-cylinder motorcycle. But it also had a triangulated Earles front fork (named after English designer Ernest Earles).

This 1964 model year BMW R27 was purchased as a complete machine needing little work. The late vendor decided it would make a very presentable machine if restored to a high standard. It was entrusted to a specialist for restoration at great expense and many of the original parts were retained and refurbished during the restoration. Since its completion, it has not been used due, sadly, to the vendor passing. Turned over regularly and kept well, this BMW will need very light recommissioning before use. It comes complete with a current V5 and the old Cypriot log book.

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1936 Rudge Special

An old workhorse

Estimate: £7,000 - £8,000*

Reg No: UXS 934 Frame No: 56434

CC: 500 Engine No: 52306

MOT: Exempt

• Purchased as a basket case in 2017

• Lots of work was carried out to get it back on the road

• Mervyn Stratford built the engine

The Rudge name was made famous by Graham Walker’s victory in the 1928 Ulster Grand Prix. The bike, especially the bronze head Ulster replica became the mainstay of road racing in the day with even Enzo Ferrari running a race team in Italy using Rudges. This racing heritage gave the Rudge name a lot of credibility but unfortunately works supported racing and the supply of race machinery ended around the mid-thirties with the death of Rudge-Whitworth principle and driving force J.V. PUGH.

The Rudge Special on offer was purchased in 1997 as a basket case and needed plenty of work. The current vendor did not want to do a concourse restoration and decided to restore it as a shed discovery. The engine was sent to Mervyn Stratford for a complete overhaul. Since the Rudge has been enjoyed very much by the vendor and has never let him down since. It comes complete with a number of spares including front and rear mudguards, a current V5C, a large file with Rudge paperwork, and the advert from where it was purchased.

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1969 Triumph Bonneville

Beautifully restored

Estimate: £6,000 - £7,000*

Reg No: TOR 249G Frame No: BC11672

CC: 650 Engine No: BC11672

MOT: Exempt

• Restored to a very high standard

• Many hours spent on the restoration

• Current V5C on file

In 1937 the Edward Turner-designed Speed Twin was released launching a range of Triumph twins that went on to epitomize British motorcycles in the post-war years. Many believe the T120 Bonneville, first seen in late 1958, to be the ultimate version of the classic British vertical twin and is now one of the most sought-after bikes of the era.

This 1969 Triumph T120R Bonneville was purchased as a complete machine but in need of full restoration. The current vendor has gone into great detail to source the correct parts where possible during the restoration. The paintwork is of a very high quality with all brightwork rechromed. The engine has been fully rebuilt with new pistons, rings, crank, valves, guides, etc. All the wheels were rebuilt by Brickwood wheel builders in Salisbury. The Triumph has not been used in the last three years but has been stored well and kicked over regularly. It will need light recommissioning before use and is offered with a current V5C, VMCC dating certificate, and other paperwork.

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2010 Triumph Thunderbird 1700

Fitted with every possible optional extra

Estimate: £8,000 - £10,000*

Reg No: TR10 BRD Frame No: SMTTNB1197A422333

CC: 1700 Engine No: 425120

MOT: June 2023

• Fitted with every available optional extra including a TomTom ‘sat nav’

• Official Triumph 1700cc big bore kit and custom ‘Gulf’ racing paintwork

• Supplied with all of its manuals, and an appropriate registration number

When purchased new in 2010, the vendor chose just about every optional extra listed by Triumph including a QD screen, saddle bags, chrome crash bars and ‘sissy bar’, touring seat, fog lamps, running boards and numerous chrome embellishments. Also included is a TomTom satnav and a Bluetooth headset.

Most importantly, the bike was fitted from new with Triumph’s official big bore performance kit, taking the capacity out to 1700cc. It was then treated to a high-quality respray in the famous Gulf race colours of Blue and Orange. Altogether the extras list runs to over 50 items at a cost of c.£8250, almost doubling the price for the bike when first supplied. It is only showing a credible 500 miles and is presented in excellent condition. Offered with the original manuals, battery charger, an itemised list of the extras fitted and a current V5C showing the appropriate ‘TR10 BRD’ number. Last MOT’d in June of 2021, it’s been carefully stored in a private collection since but has been run recently with a new battery fitted.

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1985 MZ 250ETZ

No Reserve*

Reg No: B746 TBA Frame No: 2128893

CC: 250 Engine No: 1138679

MOT: None

• Offered at No Reserve from a deceased estate

• From a collection of Eastern European bikes

• Has been stood, but the engine turns

Motorrad und Zweiradwerk was an East German motorcycle manufacturer located in Zschopau, Saxony better known as MZ. Established early in the last century they were at the forefront of two-stroke development in the 1950s with their renowned engineer Walter Kaaden developing concepts copied by the Japanese in later years. His understanding of gas flow and resonance enabled him to make the first engine to achieve 200bhp/litre with his 1961 125cc racer. During the Communist era they typified solid reliable Iron Curtain transport and by 1983 the two millionth motorcycle had rolled off the conveyor belt, an ETZ 250 with disc front brake and 12v electrics.

This 1985 250, part of a deceased estate and being offered at no reserve, is the later ETZ model. Used by its enthusiast owner as part of a collection of European bikes, it has been stood for a number of years but the engine turns over on the kickstart and it seems to be complete and original. The bike comes supplied with an owner’s manual, some old MOTs and a V5C.

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1962 Norton 650SS Race Bike

Owned and raced by vendor since 1971

Estimate: £9,000 - £11,000*

Reg No: 556 DXP Frame No: P678930

CC: 650 Engine No: 18-100250

MOT: Exempt

• Classic race bike based on a 1962 Norton 650SS Dominator

• Seeley double-sided front brake and Shaftleitner 5-speed box

• Supplied with BHR racing papers, buff log book and a V5

This 1962 650SS Dommie was bought by the vendor in 1971 and used on the road before being raced by him between 1972 and 1976. Put into storage, it was then put back on the road in the mid-1980s for 3 exciting trips to the IOM TT before again being mothballed for a number of years. The vendor then started classic racing in 2009, so the bike was recommissioned and raced with the BHRC for another 4 years.

Heavily modified for race use, the engine has been tuned by Jim Bougham with HC pistons and 30mm Concentrics. The gearbox is an AMC shell with a Shaftleitner 5-speed gear cluster. The chassis is finished off with a Lyta alloy fuel tank and a Manx-style central oil tank and seat. Maintained by Pete Lovell Developments it comes supplied with a paddock stand, a BHRC registration document, the original buff log book and a V5. A very well tuned bike with a great history for either track use or the ultimate cafe racer for the road.

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1963 Triumph Thunderbird 650

Estimate: £2,250 - £3,250*

Reg No: HVS 443 Frame No: DU 5541

CC: 650 Engine No: 6T DU5541

MOT: Exempt

• Part of a deceased estate, only one owner since 1992

• Early unit construction semi-bathtub Thunderbird 6T

• Maintained by ex-pilot enthusiast owner, supplied with a V5C

In 1937 the Edward Turner designed 500cc Speed Twin was released launching a range of Triumph twins that went on to epitomize British motorcycles in the post-war years. Along with the rest of the 650cc model range, the 1963 6T Thunderbird used Triumph’s new unit-construction powerplant and uprated frame and running gear. The new unit construction machines were simpler and easier to produce providing a lighter, more compact and more powerful machine.

This Thunderbird 650, part of a deceased estate, was bought by the enthusiast owner in 1992. A former pilot, he maintained the bike himself and used it sparingly on summer vintage runs and rallies. A good-looking bike presented in authentic and standard condition, its still wearing its ‘Bikini’ bathtub and deeply balanced front mudguard that many owners removed in the day. The engine turns over on the kickstarter, but the bike has been stood for a couple of years so will need some recommissioning and comes supplied with a current V5C.

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c.1988 AJS 7R

George Beale-produced machine

Estimate: £19,000 - £21,000*

Reg No: N/A

Frame No: N/A

CC: 350 Engine No: N/A

MOT: T.B.A

• Currently in excellent order and owned since 1991

• Raced by Roger Munsey 1989/90

• George Beale-produced AJS 7R replica

We are grateful to the vendor for the following description:

“These machines are a matching pair. Both the 7R (this machine) and the G50 are sympathetic and detailed reproductions of the last models made by AMC. They were built by George Beale and purchased by him around 1991. The G50 was a new build machine directly for me, whilst the 7R was built around 1988 and retained by George Beale until my purchase.

With the exception of Roger Munsey on the 7R, it was only ever ridden by myself - a very average rider (as CRMCC records will confirm!) they have never dropped and are in excellent condition throughout. Deviations from the standard AMC specifications are the GP Carburettors, Newby Belt Primary Drives, and Interspan Ignition. Five-speed gearboxes are also specified on both machines.

Currently fitted with period Kirby fairings and high-level exhausts, period nose cones, and low-level original exhaust systems are included with both machines. The machines have been meticulously kept in good order in the vendor’s ownership at all times. Not run recently, it will need the usual checks before running again.”

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c.1976 Triumph TR6P

Ex Metropolitan Police Special Escort Group

Estimate: £4,500 - £5,500*

Reg No: LYP 979P Frame No:AG.46713

CC: 650 Engine No: AG.46713

MOT: Exempt

• Restored by the current owner

• Used by the Metropolitan Police

• Complete with its Blue light and a V5C

So what’s a TR6P ‘Saint’? Originally, it was a kind of hotted-up 6T Thunderbird, but the specification changed gradually over the years and the 1970s version was a slightly cooled TR6 Trophy. Different forces may want different things and so one can’t be specific about the ‘Saint’s’ general specifications. But in Britain, it usually has a 7.5-to-1 compression ratio (as compared with 9-to-1 on the Trophy) and an alternator specially modified to produce a high output at low-ish RPM, so taking care of twoway radio and other electrical extras.

This Triumph TR6P, colloquially referred to as the ‘Saint’, is 1 of 2 issued to the Metropolitan Police Special Escort Group. First registered with the DVLA in 1976, it appears to be an earlier January, 1972 specification machine. The 2 machines were un-faired and only used on standard patrol units. Originally, it came with a very low gearbox 1st/ 2nd/ 3rd for very slow riding, but since its restoration some years ago, it has been converted back to a standard box. It is believed that the other machine resides in the Catford police vehicle museum in south-east London. Light recommissioning will be required before use. Offered with a V5C.

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1958 Norton Dominator

Estimate: £5,000 - £6,000*

Reg No: WSL 275 Frame No: N1478479

CC: 600 Engine No: N1478479

MOT: Exempt

• Current owner for 22 years and not used much

• Some light modifications

• Comes complete with a V5C

Norton was founded by James Lansdowne Norton in Birmingham in 1898 and began building motorcycles with French and Swiss engines in 1902. In 1907 a Norton with a Peugeot engine won the first Isle of Man TT race starting a long tradition of sporting excellence. Developed for their Manx Norton race bikes, the legendary Featherbed frame eventually made its way onto the road in 1953 housing the 500cc Dominator twin-cylinder engine. By the later 1950s the engine had grown to 600cc fitted into the classic Featherbed frame matched to equally iconic Roadholder forks.

The Norton Dominator on offer has resided with the current owner for the last 22 years. In his ownership it has been rebuilt to a good standard with some slight changes from a standard machine. We have been informed that the machine performs well and is now a little too quick for him to ride. It comes complete with a V5C and some old MOT certificates. Some light recommissioning will be required before use.

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1954 Triton

Estimate: £3,500 - £4,500*

Reg No: 574 BMG Frame No: J122 56420

CC: 500 Engine No: T10043956

MOT: Exempt

• Owned for some time by the current owner

• Built many years ago

• Old continuation RF60 log book present

One of the classic images of the 1960s heyday of British motorcycling is the Triton, a perfect blend of the legendary Norton Featherbed frame and the Triumph twin engine. The ‘Cafe Racer’ style is still popular today with most modern-day manufacturers including one in their range. Unfortunately, the original Norton engines were not as reliable so an obvious answer was to replace them with the stronger and more readily available Triumph twin, starting a whole cottage industry in handmade specials.

We have been informed this Triton was created many years ago, was rebuilt just a few years ago and has not been used much since completion. The current owner, now in his 80s, has decided to let it go due to his age. Last run at the end of last year, light recommissioning will be required to place it back on the road. It is offered with a continuation RF60.

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1924 Motosacoche

Very rare survivor

Estimate: £9,000 - £11,000*

Reg No: SV 4583 Frame No: G913

CC: 350 Engine No: 1C14H494599

MOT: Exempt

• A rare model in the UK

• Many Banbury runs completed

• V5C and old MOTs on file

The Swiss Motosacoche concern were at the forefront of motorcycle development throughout the pioneer, vintage and post-vintage periods. British enthusiasts will be aware of their proprietary engines, marketed under the MAG name that were used by firms such as Brough Superior. The firm was founded in 1899 by Armand and Henry Dufaux, initially producing “clip-on” engines before moving on to the production of complete machines with engines ranging in capacity from 247cc to 996cc V-twins. The company’s success was such that they were able to establish branch factories in Lyon and Milan and in addition licensed Royal Enfield in England and Triumph in Germany to manufacture the engines.

This 1928 Motosacoche has resided with the current vendor for a few years and has completed many vintage events including the Banbury run. He tells us that it has never let him down in his ownership. A rare survivor in the UK, with only a handful of this model are known to exist. We have been advised by the current vendor the machine is ‘very lively’ and is ‘running well’. It is offered with a current V5C and some old MOT certificates.

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c.1957 BSA DBD34 Gold Star

Race trim

Estimate: £9,000 - £11,000*

Reg No: N/A Frame No: 6660

CC: 500 Engine No: DBD34 GS 6268

MOT: Exempt

• One of the most sought after BSA models

• Race trim, currently not registered for road use.

• Dating letter from VCMC

The Birmingham Small Arms factory was established in the Small Heath area of Birmingham in 1861 and as the name suggests manufactured weapons. Around the turn of the century, they started making bicycles and progressed onto motorcycles a few years later. BSA went on to be one of the world’s largest producers of motorcycles up until its demise in the early 1970s. The most sought-after model produced by BSA was the Gold Star culminating in the DBD34 of the late 50s / early 60s.

This unregistered, and in full race trim, DBD Goldie 500 comes fitted with a Lucas racing mag, Bing carb, SC T gearbox and a Lyta alloy tank. A letter from the VCMC suggests it’s a 1957 frame fitted with a 1961 engine. Used in classic parades and competition in recent years, until the vendor could no longer get an ACU licence. A dating letter from VCMC suggests it’s a 1957 frame fitted with 1961 engine. It should just need a quick recommissioning before use.

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1983 BMW R65

Low mileage

Estimate: £4,000 - £5,000*

Reg No: NNV 964Y Frame No: 6316389

CC: 650 Engine No: 6316389

MOT: Exempt

• Owned for many years

• Very low mileage for the year

• Very original machine

BMW introduced the R65 650cc twin in 1978 together with a smaller 450cc version, the R45. Both machines employed a horizontally opposed twincylinder, air-cooled engine with two valves per cylinder and were equipped with a five-speed gearbox, single dry plate clutch and shaft final drive. Designed to appeal to riders who sought a machine with the long-distance touring ability of BMW’s larger twins, but found the bulk intimidating, the new model featured a compact frame and lighter weight weighing 205K kg in comparison to the contemporary R75/7 at 215 kg. During the model’s seven-year production life 29,454 examples were produced with only detail changes being made to the machine, a twin front disc system replaced the early models single front disc and electronic ignition was adopted in 1981.

This 1983 BMW R65 was purchased by the current owner some years ago, having been used sparingly in his ownership. Apart from the exhaust pipes the machine is very original and is in very good order. It comes complete with its tool kit and lots of old MOT certificates and a V5C.

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2000 MV Agusta F4

Only 2 owners from new Estimate: £7,500 - £8,500*

Reg No: W292 RHO Frame No: ZCGF401BAYV001707

CC: 750 Engine No: Not visible MOT: May 2024

• Beautiful Massimo Tamburini designed early F4 750

• Recommissioned by Moto-Vation Racing UK in 2022

• Supplied with a V5C and an MOT until May 2024

MV Agusta is one of the most famous names in motorcycling having won 270 GPs and 38 World Championships with legendary riders such as Agostini, Hailwood, Read and Surtees. Count Agusta had a passion for racing and much like Ferrari, produced motorcycles just to fund the racing efforts and MV’s road bikes became the most desirable and expensive bikes available. Motorcycle production ceased in 1977 to concentrate on the helicopter division, only restarting in 1999 after the Castiglioni restarted production, starting with the F4 750.

The F4 was created by legendary motorcycle designer Massimo Tamburini following his work on the Ducati 916. This originally presented MV has only had 2 owners from new, the first owner putting on 5,000 miles in its first 5 years and then storing the bike until it was bought by the vendor in 2018. He had it recommissioned by Moto-Vation Racing UK in September 2022, with the speedo now reading 5,878 miles. The bike is MOT’d until May 2024 and comes supplied with its original owner’s manual, service book, spare key and a current V5C.

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1957 Norton Dominator Model 99

No Reserve* Reg No: TGA 880 Frame No: Not visible

CC: 600 Engine No: M14 73761

MOT: Exempt

• 600cc Model 99 with Featherbed frame and Roadholder forks

• Stood in the previous owner’s house for many years

• Bodywork finished in classic Norton ‘Polychromatic Grey’ Norton began in 1898 and started building motorcycles with French and Swiss engines in 1902. In 1907 a Norton with a Peugeot engine won the first Isle of Man TT race starting a long tradition of sporting excellence. Developed for their Manx Norton race bikes, the legendary Featherbed frame eventually made its way onto the road in 1953 housing the 500cc Dominator twin cylinder engine. By the later 1950s the engine had grown to 600cc fitted into the classic Featherbed frame matched to equally iconic Roadholder forks.

This 1957 Dominator Model 99, being offered at ‘no reserve’, is part of a deceased estate. Not much is known of its history, but it had been stored in the previous owner’s dining room for a number of years. It appears to be more or less complete and the engine turns over on the kickstarter with all the bodywork, finished in the classic Model 99 Polychromatic Grey, in solid condition. The bike is fitted with Borrani alloy rims and a period rear carrier and comes supplied with a V5C registration document.

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c.1993 Harley Davidson

Moo Glide

Part of a private collection showing only 13 miles

Estimate: £10,000 - £12,000*

Reg No: Unregistered Frame No: 1HD1BNL16PY024202

CC: 1340 Engine No: BNLP024202

MOT: None

• Rare limited edition Heritage Softail ‘Moo Glide’

• Part of a private collection showing only 13 miles

• Supplied with a US Title and proof of import VAT paid

The Harley Davidson FLSTN Heritage Nostalgia Softail, more generally known as the ‘Moo Glide’, was a limited edition model produced for just 1 year. Easily distinguished by its cowhide seat cover sourced from Wisconsin, only 2,700 of these special edition bikes were built. Powered by the 80ci V-twin powerplant, with its classic looks and laid-back riding position, this bike was a collector piece in the making.

This stunning-looking ‘Moo Glide’ has been part of a small private collection since being imported in 2007 and is number 2411 of the 2700 produced, showing just 13 delivery miles. Presented in excellent standard condition, it has not been run for a number of years, so it will need recommissioning and registering before use. It comes fitted with the optional saddle bags with matching cowhide leather panels, its original New Jersey USA Title and a copy of an email from DVLA stating all VAT duties paid at the time of import. A very rare model in the UK and surely a good investment for the future.

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1996 Aprilia Moto 6.5

Philippe Starck designed 650 single

Estimate: £2,500 - £3,000*

Reg No: N397 MCW Frame No: S0051210

CC: 650 Engine No: R0435099

MOT: March 2024

• Rotax 5 valve engine fitted with electric start

• Distinctive Philippe Starck design classic

• Supplied with an MOT until 30-03-24 and a V5C

Aprilia is an Italian motorcycle manufacturer founded immediately after World War II in Noale Italy by Alberto Beggio. Initially concentrating on small capacity bikes and component manufacturer for other companies, they now produce a large range of models from scooters through to superbikes. Aprilia always had a strong motorsport connection, beginning with motocross racing and then a multiple world championship winning road racing program with riders such as Valentino Rossi and Max Biaggi. They are still at the forefront of Moto GP to this day.

Philippe Starck is a French industrial architect and designer known for his wide range of work from interiors to motorcycles. In 1995 Aprilia commissioned Philippe Starck to design the 6.5 Motò, based on the 650 Pegaso, and the resulting bike was such a distinctive design it was displayed in New York’s Modern Art Museum. This 1996 example presented in standard trim is supplied with an owner’s manual, an MOT until 30-03-24 and a current V5C. Please note - the vendor reports that the speedo is not working and needs attention.

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1967 Triumph Thunderbird

Estimate: £6,500 - £7,500*

Reg No: RYO 409E Frame No: 016520

CC: 650 Engine No: 6T1159N

MOT: Exempt

• Restored to a good standard

• Many subtle upgrades

• Running very well

The instigation for the Thunderbird’s development is commonly attributed to the demands of the North American market; however, Edward Turner’s deep understanding of the motorcycle market suggests that a 650cc twin was, to a degree, inevitable following the success of the Speed Twin and Tiger 100.

This 1967 Triumph Thunderbird special has had many upgrades whilst it was being restored. It was built with the intention to be a rider’s machine. It was completely stripped down, the crank is a one-piece unit modified to suit, it was on 11-1 pistons but since has been changed back to 9-1 it benefits from a 9-stud head with 30mm carbs, the rocker gear has been lightened, as with the cams and timing pinions. All the electrics have been converted to 12v, the front brake is a later 8” twin leading shoe, most of the fastenings and fittings are stainless steel, with new ally rim spokes and tyres with tubes. The exhaust system is all stainless steel. Believed to be running well, it is offered with a current V5C and a small amount of paperwork.

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c.1980 Montesa Cota 200

No Reserve*

Reg No: Unregistered Frame No: 29MO2477

CC: 200 Engine No: MO2477

MOT: Exempt

• Very original early 1980s Montesa 200cc trials model

• Ideal for competing in twin shock, air-cooled events

• Being offered at ‘no reserve’

Montesa was formed in Barcelona 1944 by Pedro Permanyer and Francisco Xavier “Paco” Bultó with their first model based on a French Motobécane. They soon began to produce their own engines and saw the advantage of competing in sports events to promote the brand. In 1958 chief designer Bultó left, starting his own company under the Bultaco brand name, beginning many years of fierce competition between the two companies. Together with another Spanish firm Ossa they went on to dominate trials events in the 1970s/80s/90s, with Montesa alone winning numerous world championships.

This very original early 1980s Cota 200 is being offered at ‘no reserve’ and would make an ideal bike for competing in twin shock and air-cooled events. The bike runs but the vendor reports it needs a new intermediate kickstart gear. Being designed for off-road use only, there are no documents included in the sale.

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1938 Triumph T80 Tiger

Long term ownership

Estimate: £4,500 - £5,500*

Reg No: XG 6261 Frame No: TL5812

CC: 350 Engine No: 8-T80-10927

MOT: Exempt

• Longer term ownership

• Used on a visit to the Isle of Man in 2001

• An older high-quality restoration

Turner recognised the soundness of the Page-designed singles and used them as a basis to create a new range of glamorous sporting machines. Existing models were fitted with the sports specification engine and exhaust. The engine cases were polished and the petrol tanks were chromed and painted with Silver Sheen panels lined in Blue, endowing the motorcycles with startling looks. The new Triumphs were given names that reflected their character and hinted at their performance, with the models being announced to the world as the Tiger 70, 80 and 90 for the 250, 350 and 500 variants respectively.

This 1938 Triumph Tiger 80 was restored around 2000 and has been enjoyed in many events in the first few years of completion. The late owner used it on a visit to the Isle of Man in 2001 and it never let him down and did a lap of the island. Due to the workload, the Triumph was stored and not used for a few years and will need the usual checks before placing back on the road. It comes with an old-style V5, various paperwork and some copies of handbooks.

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c.1926 BSA S26

Bought by the last owner in 1976

Estimate: £3,500 - £4,500*

Reg No: Unregistered Frame No: G3698

CC: 500 Engine No: M2386

MOT: Exempt

• Authentically presented Banbury eligible 500cc 4.98hp single

• Part of a deceased estate, bought by the late owner in 1976

• Stood for a number of years but engine turns over and gears select

The Birmingham Small Arms factory was established in the Small Heath area of Birmingham 1861 and as the name suggests manufactured weapons. During the 1920s BSA proudly boasted that ‘One in four motorcycles is a BSA’ and that their bikes were ‘The most popular motorcycles in the world’. This authentically presented c.1926 BSA S26 was part of a deceased estate and was bought by the late owner in 1976 and for many years used as window display. An attractive bike finished in classic BSA colours of Green and Cream, it has a nice patina as befits a bike that is almost 100 years old. The engine and frame number match a 1926 model but the bike is no longer on the DVLA computer so would need re-registering before use. It was last ridden in 2000 and has been stood since but the engine turns over and the gears select, once recommissioned and registered it will make an ideal mount for vintage and veteran events such as the Banbury Run.

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2001 Honda VTR1000 SP1

Estimate: £5,000 - £6,000*

Reg No: VX51 FVS Frame No: JH2SC45A8YM004494

CC: 999 Engine No: SC45E2006696

MOT: T.B.A

• A fast road machine built by Honda

• Sold new from Knotts of Stratford

• 3 owners from new

The Honda RC51 VTR1000 SP-1 was at the time a state-of-the-art racing motorcycle with all the characteristics of a Honda Racing machine with all its Corporation decals.

This striking Honda VTR1000 SP1 was purchased by the current owner in 2017 and has been used sparingly since. It was sold through Knotts Of Stratford, Warwickshire, on 07/09/2001. It has had just 3 owners from new and comes complete with it’s warranty book, owner’s manual, and 13 old MOT certificates to support the mileage, receipts for service parts and a current V5C. We have been advised the SP1 is running well.

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1965 BSA Thunderbolt

Long term ownership

Estimate: £3,500 - £4,500*

Reg No: WRF 82C Frame No: A50B7445

CC: 650 Engine No: CE06123A65T

MOT: Exempt

• Purchased by the late vendor in 1994

• Always maintained and enjoyed

• 6 owners from new with history from DVLA

BSA’s 654cc unit-construction parallel twins were launched in 1962 as the A65 Star model with various improvements introduced throughout the decade. The Lightning version sported twin carbs but the single-carb Thunderbolt was a more usable all round.

This BSA Thunderbolt was sold to the Jordanian Embassy originally and was purchased by the late vendor in 1994 (a receipt on file), he traced all the previous owners from new through the DVLA. He purchased a larger petrol tank for longer journeys and the original is still with the machine when purchased. It benefits from a full set of Craven panniers (purchase receipt on file) as well as a good history file with receipts and details of work carried out. It has had a replacement engine from a 1971 A65 sometime in its life. Light recommissioning will be required before placing back on the road.

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1935 Rudge Special Combination

From a 27-year ownership

Estimate: £9,000 - £11,000*

Reg No: CPK 235 Frame No: 55289

CC: 500 Engine No: 1732

MOT: Exempt

• Owned for 26 years by the late vendor

• Purchased as a fully restored machine

• Will need recommissioning before use

Rudge motorcycles were produced from 1911 to 1946. The firm was known for its innovations in engine and transmission design, and its racing successes. Their sales motto was “Rudge it, do not trudge it.”. Steib Metallbau, later trading as Josef Steib Spezialfabrik für Seitenwagen, were a company from Nuremberg in Germany that manufactured sidecars. The firm was founded in 1914 by Josef Steib Senior and began making sidecars in 1928 following a commission from the motorcycle manufacturer Ardie. The company closed in 1957.

This 1935 Rudge Special and Steib sidecar combination was purchased by the late vendor as a fully restored machine in 1996. He did not use it much in the beginning of his ownership and sadly, due to his health, it has been tucked away in his garage. The restoration was of a very high standard, but now showing some signs of wear and tear. It will require recommissioning before placing back on the road. It is offered complete with a continuation RF60 logbook from 1946 and an old-style V5.

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1928 AJS K9

Lovingly restored

Estimate: £10,000 - £12,000*

Reg No: BF 5616 Frame No: K1-99956

CC: 500 Engine No: K9-130136

MOT: Exempt

• Restored to a High by Baz Stapleford

• Running very well and is a fast vintage machine

• Upgraded gearbox to constant mess

Commencing in the motorcycle business in the late 1800s, by 1914’s Junior TT, a magnificent first and second place was scored by AJS. From 1925 onwards, prefixes were used, with the numbering system being H for 1927 and K for 1928. Introduced a few years earlier, the 500cc side-valve succeeded an AJS range that had consisted of only of 350cc singles and 800 V-twins.

This charming Vintage AJS has had much money spent on the restoration. It was completely stripped and re-bored with a new piston and rings, valves & springs, and all-new bearings. The tank has been professionally made, as the old tank was shot, and all fastenings and fittings have been made out of a stainless nickel. There is also a new stainless exhaust system with the machine, with all the tinware and frame completely stripped and painted to a high standard. Since its completion the AJS has been used and the current vendor has enjoyed it never letting him down. It comes complete with a current V5C, Bruce Main Smith handbooks, and some DVLA correspondence.

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1993 Honda CB1000 Super Four

‘The Big One’

Estimate: £2,500 - £3,500*

Reg No: K263 FAW Frame No: SC30-1003367

CC: 1000 Engine No: T.B.A

MOT: None

• Rare CB1000 only produced between 1993 and 1995

• Classic mid 1990s retro style muscle bike

• Supplied with a current V5C

The Honda Motor Company was founded by Soichiro Honda in 1937, initially producing piston rings for Toyota. They made their first motorcycle in 1949 and within 10 years had become the biggest motorcycle manufacturer in the world. They have gone on to produce over 400 million two-wheelers as well as millions of other power products. The legendary CB750/4 was launched in 1969 to great acclaim and laid down the blueprint for the modern day superbike. The CB1000 Super Four, generally known as the ‘Big One’ was Hondas entry into the 1990s retro bike market reprising the look of the earlier in line fours. With nearly 100bhp and 62 ft/lbs of torque at 6000 rpm from its DOHC water-cooled 16 valve engine it justifies its reputation as a muscle bike.

This CB1000 Super Four has been enjoyed by the vendor for the last few years for weekend pleasure runs, and is presented in good original condition. A fast-appreciating future classic, that is still very usable in modern day road conditions, it is offered with a current V5C.

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1981 Honda CB250N Superdream

Many future enthusiasts’ first bike

Estimate: £1,000 - £1,500*

Reg No: WWW 654Y Frame No: 11778

CC: 250 Engine No: 18077

MOT: Exempt

• Mostly original and standard CB250N Superdream

• Recently fitted new exhaust and mirrors

• Run recently and supplied with a V5C

The Honda Motor Company was founded by Soichiro Honda in 1937, initially producing piston rings for Toyota. They made their first motorcycle in 1949 and within 10 years had become the biggest motorcycle manufacturer in the world and have gone on to produce over 400 million two-wheelers as well as millions of cars and other power products. The CB250N Superdream was one of the best selling bikes of the seventies giving many learner motorcyclists their first taste of a riding a bigger bike on a typically well built and reliable Honda.

The later version of the Superdream, with the reverse Comstars, this 1981 model is presented in mostly original and unrestored condition and is a tidy bike for its age. The bike has had a new exhaust, mirrors, speedo cable and flasher relay fitted and has been ridden recently by the vendor. Whilst large numbers were sold in the day not many have survived. Currently on SORN it comes supplied with a current V5C.

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1925 Norton 16H

Long-term ownership

Estimate: £10,000 - £12,000*

Reg No: PU 7112 Frame No: 16600

CC: 500 Engine No: 6730

MOT: Exempt

• Long-term ownership

• Purchased in July 1971

• Restored and used since purchased

The sporting 16H is as desirable today as it was when new, displaying, as it does, the best attributes of vintage motorcycle design. The model’s specification placed it at a considerable advantage to many of its rivals, an advantage that was enhanced further by the reliability and build quality of the machine.

This charming 1925 Norton 16H was purchased by the current vendor in 1972, he then swapped it in 1975, for an Austin Chummy. In 1980 the opportunity came up for him to purchase it back, by which time it had broken a conrod and the engine was changed (details on RF60). It was restored by the vendor and has been used since its completion. The 16H will need recommissioning before use due to being stored for a few years. It is offered at auction complete with a current V5C, 1958 continuation RF60 logbook, a host of old MOT certificates, tax discs, and various paperwork.

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1965 NSU 250 Supermax

No Reserve* Reg No: CFY 10C Frame No: 1842855

CC: 250 Engine No: 3236520

MOT: Exempt

• A rare and original UK supplied NSU 250 Supermax

• Only 4 owners from new, the last one since 1977

• Supplied with its original Green log book and a V5C

In the 1950s NSU was the largest motorcycle producer in the world and was said to have inspired Soichiro Honda in his early designs. Introduced in 1953, the NSU Max had some very innovative features including a monocoque frame made from pressed steel which was later inherited by the Supermax.

This Supermax, part of a deceased estate and being offered at no reserve, features the unique Ultramax connecting link for its single overhead camshaft and full-width alloy hubs. An expensive bike new and built with typical German quality, it could out-perform many larger machines. This example was supplied new by George Leigh Motorcycles, Southport in 1965, and has only had 4 owners, the last one buying it in 1977. Used by its owner as part of a collection of European bikes and thought to be original paint, it has been stood for a number of years so will need recommissioning before use. Offered with numerous old MOTs, its original RF60 log book, 1977 bill of sale and a current V5C.

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1934 Velocette KTT Evocation

Estimate: £10,000 - £12,000*

Reg No: 459 UXC Frame No: KTL 5005

CC: 350 Engine No: KTT 414

MOT: Exempt

• A fast late-vintage machine

• The engine is believed to be from a 1932 TT machine

• Fully rebuilt engine and gearbox by Chris Odling

The first production KTT racers were sold to the public in 1928 when two machines were sold, effectively replicas of the works machine that had secured Velocette’s second TT win in the 1928 Junior race. The model was produced in its original form with only detail alterations until 1932 when the MkIV was introduced.

This Velocette KTT was sold by Premier Motors Co Birmingham in 1932. A Velocette dating certificate supplied suggests it was one of a batch of machines for the 1932 TT. The frame has been changed from 4245 to 5005, likely explaining the 1934 dating. There is no paperwork to indicate why this has been changed, but clearly it was done very early in its life. The current vendor purchased the machine as a restoration project and completed the restoration in 2005. Chris Odling overhauled the engine and gearbox for this machine. We have been advised the Velocette was running extremely well until it was laid up in 2014. It comes complete with a current V5C, VMCC and Velocette Owner’s Club certificates. Recommissioning will be required before use.

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1948 Scott Flying Squirrel

Portion of proceeds to go to Blood Bike charity

Estimate: £6,500 - £7,500*

Reg No: LHW 259 Frame No: 5042

CC: 600 Engine No: DPY 5327

MOT: Exempt

• Current owner since 2007

• A well-sorted and rider’s machine

• Part of the proceeds go to the Derby Blood Bike Charity

The Squirrel name was used for Scott motorcycles since 1921, however, with the death of the founder Alfred Angas Scott in 1923, the unorthodox Scott two-stroke motorcycles began to become more conventional. Development of the three-speed Scott Flying Squirrel began in 1922 as the company was in severe debt and faced receivership. Launched at the 1926 Earls Court motorcycle show, the Flying Squirrel was expensive - nearly twice the cost of a sporting four-stroke motorcycle of the time. Updated versions were later produced.

The current owner purchased this Scott in 2007 as a project and was then rebuilt by him with a 12v electric conversion. Since completion, the Scott has been used solely by the vendor on many events and is described as a ‘well-sorted’ machine. At the time of our visit, the machine started up well and settled to a nice idle, with that distinctive exhaust note. The Scott is offered with a current V5C, a large file of paperwork and correspondence regarding the machine. Part of the proceeds of this machine will be going to the Derby Blood Bike Charity.

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1959 Velocette Venom

Estimate: £6,000 - £7,000*

Reg No: 437 UYP Frame No: RS 12104

CC: 500 Engine No: VM-6339

MOT: Exempt

• Extensively rebuilt by a Velocette enthusiast

• Running very well and has been reliable

• Not used since autumn 2022

Renowned for the quality of its products, the company was “always in the picture” in international motorcycle racing through to the 1950s, culminating in two 350cc World Championship titles and its legendary, and still-unbeaten, record of averaging over 100mph for 24 hours on a 500cc single cylinder machine. This was achieved on a Venom in 1961 cementing its reputation as one of the best sports bikes of its day.

This Velocette Venom was purchased from an ex-Velocette racer and fully restored by the current owner, a Velocette racer and enthusiast. Extensively rebuilt or new where possible, the machine has had a new big end, barrel, piston, valve’s bearings. The wheels are stainless rims and all rebuilt by Devon rims, it also benefits from a new uprated clutch which had been sourced from the Velocette Club. The electrical system has also been overhauled, including the magneto. Since its completion, the machine has been running very well and is only being sold due to lack of use. It is offered with a current V5C, Velocette Dating Certificate and a host of receipts from Groves.

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1979 Yamaha XT500

Recent restoration

Estimate: £4,500 - £5,500*

Reg No: BCV 957T Frame No: 3H6-000711

CC: 500 Engine No: 3H6-000711

MOT: Exempt

• Recently restored by the current owner

• Extensive top-end overhaul

• New electrical upgrades by Rex Speed

With the launch of the YA-2 in 1957, Honda had immediate success, starting a long tradition of achievement in all branches of motorcycle sport. The XT500 launched in 1975 and was their first large capacity four-stroke trail bike, dominating the early Paris-Dakar rallies, winning in 1979 and 1980.

This 1979 Yamaha XT500 has been restored by the current owner and has benefitted from a top-end overhaul with new pistons and rings vales, etc. All that was needed was replaced or refurbished to a good standard. Rex Speed has done most of the electrical work, which has included an uprated coil pack and a new CDI unit. All receipts for parts and work carried out are on file. It has new tyres and tubes and much more. We have been advised by the vendor that the machine runs very well. It is offered with a current V5C, a file of paperwork and 2 keys.

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1929 AJS Model M4 Deluxe Sport

Estimate: £3,500 - £4,500*

Reg No: UH 6094 Frame No: 127186

CC: 350 Engine No: 127186

MOT: Exempt

• Older restoration, part of a private collection for a few years

• Pre 1930 3.49hp hand-change M4 Deluxe 350cc model

• Supplied with copies of manuals, old MOTs and a current V5C

A.J. Stevens & Co Ltd produced motorcycles from 1897 and soon developed their own engines including parallel twins and ‘V-twin’ designs sold under the more recognisable AJS name. Success in racing soon followed with Eric Williams’ win in the 1914 TT, the firm also taking second, third, fourth and sixth places beginning a long line of sporting achievements. An amalgamation with Matchless in 1931 formed Associated Motor Cycles which continued until the group’s closure in the mid-1960s. The 1929 M4 was the first year of the saddle tank model and due to its lightweight and powerful engine is considered to be one of the earliest ‘sports’ machines.

An older restoration, this 1929 3.49hp De Luxe M4 is Banbury eligible and presented in ‘oily-rag’ condition. It has been part of a small private collection and has not run for a number of years, so will need some recommissioning before use, but will make an interesting bike for vintage runs and rallies. It comes supplied with copies of manuals, some old MOTs and a current V5C.

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1957 AJS Model 30

Estimate: £3,000 - £4,000*

Reg No: 403 UXL Frame No: A57116

CC: 600 Engine No: 57/3004933

MOT: Exempt

• An original barn find before purchased

• The engine was stripped and overhauled

• Used by the vendor since purchased

Following their first AJS side-valve motorcycle, in 1909, the company went on to produce one of the first British overhead-valve engined machines, a 350, and a 500 OHV bike was also offered from 1925. In depressed 1931, however, the Stevens Bros were forced to sell AJS to the Collier Bros., owners of Plumstead-based Matchless, AJS production being moved to the same London manufacturing site. In the following years, the marques shared many components. The range of models consisted of parallel twins and singles. The Model 30 and its 600cc engine was said to provide a smooth ride and was reliable relaxed and economical for its size.

This AJS Model 30 had been a ‘barn find’. In ownership since, the engine was stripped and overhauled and is now described by the vendor as ‘running well’. With that recommissioning work, and with BTH electronic ignition, the vendor has been able to use the machine, offering any new owner the benefit of a ‘ride and restore’ example of a Model 30. Accompanying, is a current V5C and sundry receipts relating to work carried out thus far.

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2000 Triumph 900 Thunderbird

Estimate: £2,750 - £3,250*

Reg No: X623 UYA Frame No: SMTTC339JMX083312

CC: 900 Engine No: 083498

MOT: None

• Low mileage Thunderbird 900 presented in original and standard condition

• Classic Triumph Gold and Green paintwork fitted with a few nice extras

• Supplied a genuine screen, centre stand, spare exhaust, manuals and a current V5C

Triumph is the largest surviving British motorcycle manufacturer. The entire British bike industry collapsed in the 1970s and by the early 1980s Triumph went into receivership but after a few years of legal wrangling, British businessman John Bloor bought the name and manufacturing rights with his “new” Triumph motorcycle company re-starting bike production in the early 1990s. They are now re-established as one of the world’s most desirable and best-selling motorcycle brands and have cleverly revived some of the classic model names from the 1950s.

Owned by the vendor since 2005, this 2000 900cc Thunderbird is fitted with Oxford heated grips, a stainless steel centre stand, chainguard and master cylinder covers together with chrome luggage rails and radiator guards. Included, is a Triumph screen, a pair of ‘loud’ exhausts, a spare front wheel, an optimate charger and a colour-matched Baglux tank cover and tank bag. On SORN since 2018, it is supplied with 2 keys, a parts list, a workshop manual and a current V5C.

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1963 Royal Enfield Bullet 350

Stainless steel rims & 12v electrics

Estimate: £1,500 - £2,500*

Reg No: KSL 743 Frame No: 45243

CC: 350 Engine No: 218430

MOT: April 2024

• Genuine British Bullet in regular summer use by vendor

• Fitted with stainless steel wheel rims and 12v electrics

• Recently MOT’d, supplied with a spares kit and a current V5C

The first Royal Enfield motorcycle was built in 1901 by the Enfield Cycle Company of Redditch having previously manufactured bicycles, lawnmowers and stationary engines. Under various ownership, the name has continued through to this day making it one of the longest-lasting brands motorcycling with the single-cylinder Bullets being the most produced model in the world.

This British-built 1963 350cc model has been enjoyed by the current owner for the past 7 years, riding it in the summer months only. Though it no longer needs an MOT, he has kept it up for safety reasons and peace of mind, the last one being carried out in April. The bike is fitted with Hagon rear shocks, stainless steel rims shod with Avon tyres and the electrics have been converted to 12v with a Halogen headlamp. It comes with a spares kit, an original RE instruction book, a repro workshop manual and a spares book. With the subtle upgrades, this good-looking Bullet will make an ideal bike for summer runs and rallies.

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c.1985 Honda XR80 Sidecar

No Reserve*

Reg No: Unregistered Frame No: Not visible

CC: 80 Engine No: Not visible

MOT: Exempt

• A professionally built kids sidecar motocross special

• Based on a mid-1980s Honda XR80 4-stroke single

• Has provided lots of fun for the vendor’s grandchildren

The Honda Motor Company was founded by Soichiro Honda in 1937, initially producing piston rings for Toyota. They made their first motorcycle in 1949 and within 10 years had become the biggest motorcycle manufacturer in the world and have gone on to produce over 400 million two-wheelers, as well as millions of cars and other power products. As the Honda adverts have proudly stated in the past, “Don’t you wish you could have had a motorcycle like this when you were starting out?”

This professionally built kids bike, based on a mid 1980s four stroke Honda XR80, with clutch and gears, is unique in having a motocross style sidecar platform attached to the side. The vendor reports it has provided years of fun for all of his family to use, especially the grandchildren, who have now outgrown it.

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2008 Harley Davidson

105th Anniversary Edition

Estimate: £10,000 - £12,000*

Reg No: MV57 HXG Frame No: 1HD1JD5458Y032331

CC: 1584 Engine No: JD58032331

MOT: None

• 105th Anniversary Limited Edition of the Softail

• Number 907 of only 2,500 manufactured

• Only 10,130 miles from new and presents excellently

Built to commemorate 105 years of Harley production from 1903, featuring Twin Cam 96B balanced engine and six-speed Cruise Drive transmission. The example offered was supplied new to the United States, being acquired by the vendor directly from its first owner in Texas in 2010, with the vendor importing the Harley into the United Kingdom. Number 907 out of 2,500, the Anniversary has covered 10,130 miles on the clock and presents excellently.

Featuring its original 105th Anniversary extras in place, such as the windscreen, embossed seats, side panniers, and commemorative tank and other badges, ‘MV57 HXG’ is finished in the delightful colour combination of Anniversary Copper Pearl with Vivid Black, set off against plenty of chrome. It comes supplied with the original Anniversary wallet and key fob, ‘MV57 HXG’ is also accompanied by the owner’s manual, workshop manual, previous service invoices and MOTs, a current MOT until May 2024 (with no advisories) and a current V5C.

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c.1962 BSA Bantam D7B

No Reserve*

Reg No: TBA Frame No: D7.44991

CC: 150 Engine No: ED7B24289

MOT: Exempt

• An ideal lightweight project

• Some work has been carried out, so it’s incomplete

• No documentation with this lot

The Birmingham Small Arms factory was established in the Small Heath area of Birmingham in 1861 and as the name suggests manufactured weapons. Around the turn of the century they started making bicycles and progressed onto motorcycles a few years later. BSA went on to be one of the world’s largest producers of motorcycles up until its demise in the early 1970s. Their best selling model was the Bantam first seen in 1948 as a 125cc and in fact became the best selling British made bike of all time.

This c.1962 BSA D7B is a stalled restoration project. A good basis to complete with a good spares back-up to complete. Sadly all that you can see in the picture is all of the machine. There is no documentation with this machine.

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1964 Royal Enfield Turbo Twin

No Reserve* Reg No: CTN 635B Frame No: 68805

CC: 250 Engine No: 701E907

MOT: Exempt

• A Royal Enfield’s finest 2-strokes

• Restored some time ago

• Continuation RF60 and V5C

The first Royal Enfield motorcycle was built in 1901. The Enfield Cycle Company is responsible for the design and original production of the Royal Enfield Bullet, the longest-lived motorcycle design in history. This models futuristic name was an unusual choice which was either inspired by the American market or meant to evoke the silent, super smooth, almost turbine-like power offered by the rubber mounted Villiers engine.

On offer here is a 1964 example of the futuristic sounding Turbo Twin. This machine has been with the late owner for a few years and in that time he had enjoyed it until he had to stop riding. Not used for a short time, it will require some light recommissioning before use. It comes complete with a current V5C and a continuation RF60 logbook from the early 1970s.

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1964 Triumph TR20 Tiger Cub

Estimate: £3,250 - £4,250*

Reg No: MCY 519B Frame No: TR2095280

CC: 200 Engine No: TR2095280

MOT: Exempt

• Supplied new by Alan Jefferies

• Nice pre-‘65 trials machine

• Recent work carried out

• Matching numbers machine

Triumph is one of the most iconic and revered names in the history of motorcycling. Established in Coventry in 1885, by the start of the 1900s the company had made their first motorcycle beginning a continuous run of production under various ownership until its eventual closure in 1983. The Tiger Cub 250cc single was one of their more popular models and was many future enthusiast’s first taste of motorcycling.

Offered here is a 1964 Triumph Tiger Cub TR20 works replica trials. Currently owned for the last 5 years, it benefits from matching engine and frame numbers. Road registered with an age-related plate ‘MCY 519B’, it is in very good order and we have been informed ‘runs well’. The Engine has been rebuilt and a new exhaust fitted along with electronic ignition. A Tiger Cub Owners Club dating certificate shows it was first sold in April 1964 to Allan Jeffries of Shipley. There is minor (rippled) damage to the front mudguard. It comes complete with a current V5C.

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1971 Triumph T150 Trident

Estimate: £6,000 - £7,000*

Reg No: BPA 218K Frame No: BG01329T150

CC: 741 Engine No: T150BG01329

MOT: Exempt

• 1972 Triumph Trident T150 USA spec.

• Returned to the UK in the mid-1980s

• Restored since back in the UK

The Triumph Trident and the doppelganger BSA Rocket 3 were technically advanced, high-performance roadsters made by Triumph Engineering and BSA (both companies part of the Birmingham Small Arms Company) from 1968 to 1975, and sold under both the Triumph and BSA marques. Alongside the Honda CB750, and later the Kawasaki triples, it brought a new level of sophistication to street motorcycles, marking the beginning of the superbike era. It was the last major motorcycle developed by Triumph at Meriden, West Midlands, created to meet the demands of the US market. Although BSA experienced serious financial difficulties, 27,480 Rocket 3/ Tridents were produced during its seven-year history.

This Very striking T150 has been restored since it came back to the UK in the 1980s, with its very striking colour scheme. We have been informed by the vendor ‘it runs very well and benefits from electronic ignition’. An extensive history file is on hand with the machine. It has been fitted with new tyres (Avon Roadriders). There are two tiny dabs of paint on the tank covering stone chips. A current V5C is on file.

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Terms & Conditions of Auction Sale

These conditions apply to all sales held by H&H Classics Limited in England and Wales to the exclusion of all other Terms and Conditions and no alteration or modification to these Conditions will be binding on H&H Classics Limited unless accepted in writing by them. Your attention is specifically drawn to the “Notes for Intending Purchasers” published in the catalogue.

Definitions

In these Terms and Conditions the following words and expressions shall unless the context otherwise requires have the following meanings:

Auctioneer means H&H Classics Limited whose Registered Office is at 8 Eastway, Sale, Cheshire UK M33 4DX; company number 02852199 and Auctioneer means its representative who actually conducts the sale.

Bidders Registration Form means the form to be completed by each bidder pursuant to Condition 12.5.

The Buyer is the only person whose bid is accepted by the Auctioneer to conclude the contract for the purchase of a Lot.

Buyer’s Commission shall have the meaning given in Condition 14.

Catalogue includes any advertisement, brochure, estimate, price list and other publication generated or published by or on behalf of the Auctioneer in relation to a sale.

Contract means the contract formed pursuant to these Conditions between any of the Seller, the Buyer and the Auctioneer.

Entry Form means the form to be completed by the Seller as to each separate Lot pursuant to Condition 1.1.

Estimated Value means the value given by the Seller in the Entry Form as the Estimated Value of the vehicle and if more than one value is given, the higher of those values.

Expenses in relation to a Lot means the Auctioneer’s charges and expenses for illustrations, special advertising, packing, freight, transport, storage and any other charges and expenses of that Lot (other than the commission) plus VAT on any of them.

The charges for uplifting an item, either sold or unsold, into storage, with charges, are as follows:

Motor Cars

Uplift - From £175

Storage - £10 per day for the first fourteen days or part thereof and £30 per week or part thereof thereafter (subject to change without notice).

Motorcycles

Uplift - From £100

Storage - £5 per day for the first fourteen days or part thereof and £12 per week or part thereof thereafter (subject to change without notice).

Bicycles

Uplift - £20

Storage - £3 per day for the first fourteen days or part thereof and £8 per week of part thereof thereafter (subject to change without notice).

Automobilia/Motobilia

Charges for these items are determined by size and weight:

‘A’ - the standard charge and will not be marked in the sales catalogue - £8 uplift and £1 per day storage (subject to change without notice).

‘B’ - larger items and marked * in the sales catalogue - £20 uplift, £2 per day storage (subject to change without notice).

‘C’ - the largest items marked ** in the sales catalogue - £50 uplift, £5 per day storage (subject to change without notice).

‘R’ - items needing to be ‘Referred’ for individual quotations marked ‘R’ in the sales catalogue (subject to change without notice).

Hammer Price means the price in £ sterling at which a Lot is knocked down by the Auctioneer to the Buyer at the fall of the hammer.

Lot means any item or items consigned with a view to its or their sale at auction.

Premises means the place at which the Auctioneer are conducting that particular sale.

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Reserve means the minimum Hammer Price (if any) agreed between the Auctioneer and the Seller at which the Lot may be sold.

The Sale means the auction sale in respect of which the Lot is consigned for sale.

Sale Proceeds means the net amount payable by the Auctioneer to the Seller being the Hammer Price less the sum of the commission, the expenses, the entry fee (if not already paid) and the VAT chargeable on any of them.

Seller means the person who offers the Lot for sale whether or not he is the true owner.

Seller’s Commission means commission payable by the Seller pursuant to Condition 6.

Stated rates means the usual rates of Commission, Entry Fees and any other charges for the time being plus the VAT chargeable on any of them. The current rates are as follows:

Motor Cars

12.5% to the Buyer, 5% to the Seller (minimum £150 to both parties)

Entry Fee - £100 for a Standard Catalogue entry

£200 for a Premium Catalogue entry

£400 for a Deluxe Catalogue entry

Motorcycles

15% to the Buyer, 10% to the Seller (minimum £50 to both parties)

Entry Fee - £50 for a Standard Catalogue entry

£100 for a Premium Catalogue entry

£150 for a Deluxe Catalogue entry

Registration Numbers

15% to the Buyer, 15% to the Seller (minimum £50 to both parties)

Entry fee - £50

Bicycles

15% to the Buyer (minimum of £10) Seller’s charges available on application

Automobilia/Motobilia

15% to the Buyer (minimum of £5) Seller’s charges available on application

Total Amount Due means the Hammer Price in respect of the Lot sold plus the Buyer’s commission and additional charges and expenses due from a defaulting Buyer under these Conditions plus VAT chargeable on any of them expressed in £ sterling.

Payment can be made by bank transfer using our bank account details as follows:

Nat West, 23 Sankey Street, Warrington, Cheshire

WA1 1XH

Account Name: H&H Classics Client Account

Account No: 58868984

Sort Code: 01-09-17

BIC: NWBKGB2L

IBAN: GB20NWBK01091758868984

Usual Charges means the total of the Commissions, Entry Fees and any other reasonable costs and expenses plus VAT payable thereon.

VAT means UK Value Added Tax at the prevailing rate from time to time.

Conditions mainly concerning Sellers & Consignors

1.1 An Entry Form in respect of each Lot must be completed fully and accurately, with an honest description of the Lot, signed and dated by the Seller and accompanied by the Entry Fee, when the Lot is entered. The Auctioneer may at any time ratify an incomplete form.

1.2 Any documentation pertaining to the Lot must be sent with the Entry Form to the Auctioneer’s office, or in any event delivered with the Lot to the Premises. The Contract between the Seller and the Auctioneer will be formed when the Auctioneer receives a signed Entry Form for the Lot, whether by hand, post, fax, email or by any other means, and whether or not the Entry Fee for that Lot has been paid, and whether or not the Form has been signed by the Auctioneer.

1.3 All relevant matters pertaining to the Lot such as a financial encumbrance, serious accident damage or other factors affecting value which are known to the Seller must be stated on the Entry Form. If a sale is lost because of the failure of the Seller to disclose to the Auctioneer all information which may reasonably be expected to affect the provenance, title, value or any other aspect of the Lot, the Auctioneer will charge and the Seller must pay the stated rates (both to Seller and Buyer) plus VAT.

Vehicles includes, where appropriate, incomplete vehicles.

1.4 If the Seller wishes to retain the registration number of a Lot, it is the Seller’s responsibility to notify the Auctioneer in writing on the Entry Form. It is the Seller’s responsibility to take all necessary steps to ensure that the current registration number is retained and a new number allocated prior to the Lot being sold. If the Seller does not do so, the Auctioneer shall not be responsible for any loss

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or damage whatsoever and howsoever arising out of the Seller’s loss of the right to the registration number following the sale of the Lot.

2.1 The Auctioneer shall have absolute discretion whether or not to accept any Lot for sale and shall be entitled to select the auction place, date, catalogue placement and photographs for the Lot.

2.2 The Seller gives the Auctioneer full and absolute right to photograph and illustrate any Lot placed in its hands for sale, and to use such photographs and illustrations as are provided by the Seller at any time at its absolute discretion (whether or not in connection with the Sale), with indemnity against copyright infringement.

2.3 The Seller is wholly responsible for the factual accuracy of, and for any judgments or opinions expressed in, the catalogue description of each Lot entered by him, and for any error, misstatement or omission of information in that description. Whether the description has been prepared by the Auctioneer or the Seller, a copy of the typed text will be provided to the Seller within a reasonable time prior to the Auction, and unless the Seller reacts with comments or changes prior to the Auction, the Auctioneer may treat that description as accepted by the Seller.

3.1 The Seller warrants to the Auctioneer and to the Buyer either that he is the true owner of the Lot or that he is duly authorised to sell the Lot by the true owner, and is able to transfer or procure transfer of good and marketable title to the Lot free from a third party claims or encumbrances.

3.2 In the event of an unsettled hire purchase, finance agreement or any other charge or lien

affecting the Lot, the Auctioneer reserves the right to settle the amount due of such charges not exceeding the Sale Proceeds and if the Sale Proceeds are less than the charges outstanding the Seller will be responsible for the settlement of the balance forthwith. There will be a charge of £75 plus VAT for this service.

4.3 Where no Reserve has been placed on the Lot the Auctioneer shall in no way be liable should the Lot be purchased for a price below the lowest estimated selling price. In any event, any written or oral estimate of likely selling price given by the Auctioneer is an expression of opinion only and may not be relied upon by the Seller nor give rise to any claim.

3.3 Each Lot, in the condition as described on the Entry Form, and with all keys, spare or extra items and documents shall be delivered to the Premises at the expense of the Seller. The Seller of a Lot not held by the Auctioneer at the Premises or under its control warrants and undertakes to the Auctioneer that the Lot will be made available and in a deliverable state at the time stated by the Auctioneer.

3.4 The Seller shall indemnify both the Auctioneer, its Employees and Agents, and the Buyer separately, against all payments, costs, expenses, demands, or any loss or damage whatsoever and wheresoever incurred or suffered by any of them in respect of any breach of these Conditions on the part of the Seller.

4.1 The Seller shall be entitled, prior to the sale to place a Reserve on any Lot, this being the minimum Hammer Price at which the Auctioneer is authorised to sell that Lot and to make its usual charges. A Reserve once placed by the Seller shall not be changed without the consent of the Auctioneer.

4.2 The Auctioneer may, at its option, sell the Lot at a Hammer Price below the Reserve but in any such case the Sale Proceeds to which the Seller is entitled shall be the same as if the sale had been at Reserve.

4.4 If a Reserve is placed by the Seller in a currency other than Pounds Sterling, such a Reserve shall be calculated and converted into Sterling at the spot rate of exchange quoted to the Auctioneer by the National Westminster Bank Plc at close of business on the last banking day prior to the date of the Sale. The certificate in writing of the Auctioneer as to such rate shall be conclusive.

4.5 Where a Reserve has been placed, only the Auctioneer may bid on that Lot on behalf of the Seller. Should the Seller buy in his own Lot, the Seller must pay to the Auctioneer its stated rates (both Seller and Buyer) before the Lot is removed.

5.1 The Seller may by notice to the Auctioneer withdraw the Lot from the Auction. If the Seller does so he shall be liable to pay the Auctioneer the stated rate of the Seller’s and Buyer’s commission calculated on the estimated value of the Lot that the Auctioneer would have received had the Lot been sold for the estimated value. For the purposes of this clause the estimated value shall be the higher of:-

(a) the Seller’s estimate of value as previously notified to the Auctioneer or if more than one figure the highest figure or if none;

(b) the value estimated in the catalogue or if more than one figure is given the highest figure, or if none,

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(c) the Auctioneer’s reasonable estimate of its value;

(d) plus VAT on such fee in either case and expenses;

5.2 In the event that the Seller withdraws the Lot from the Auction the Seller shall arrange for the collection/removal of the Lot at his own expense within 2 working days after the date of withdrawal provided that the Seller may not collect the Lot unless or until any withdrawal fee payable under Conditions 5.1 shall have been paid in full and any storage charges have been met by the Seller.

6. The Seller authorises the Auctioneer to deduct from the Hammer Price commission at the Stated Rate subject to the relevant minimum commission for each Lot, plus Expenses and VAT on both. The Seller acknowledges the Auctioneer’s right to charge and retain the Buyer’s Premium also in accordance with Condition 14.

7. The Seller of a Lot which is a road going means of transport warrants and undertakes to the Auctioneer that, as at the date of the Sale, either:

(a) the Lot will be VAT paid in the EU and registered in the UK, will be lawfully usable on the public road, complying with the provisions of current Road Traffic Legislation and all relevant regulations made thereunder and any statutory modifications thereof, and there is or will be in force an MOT Certificate required in relation to such use; or (alternatively)

(b) the Seller has notified the Auctioneer that the Lot does not or will not meet these requirements, and cannot legally be used on the road.

8. The Seller hereby agrees to indemnify the Auctioneer, its Agents and Employees against any

and all claims, liability or damage and all related costs and expenses arising out of the proper execution by the Auctioneer of their obligations to the Seller under these Conditions, and in particular against any liability or claim which may be incurred by the Auctioneer as a result of any defect in the Lot, whether proving dangerous to human life or health or otherwise giving rise to a claim against the Auctioneer, or as a result of any default by the Seller or any breach of any of the warranties or undertakings herein by the Seller.

9.1 Where any Lot fails to sell, the Auctioneer shall notify the Seller accordingly. The Seller shall make arrangements either for the Auctioneer to re-offer that Lot for sale, or forthwith to collect the Lot and to pay the Expenses. If such arrangements are not made:

(a) by 1pm on the day following the date of the Sale, the Seller shall be responsible for the costs of any removal, storage and other expenses related to that Lot;

(b) within 3 months after formal notification by the Auctioneer to the Seller, the Auctioneer shall have the right (pursuant to the Torts (Interference with Goods) Act 1977 or any legislation that re-enacts or replaces it) to sell the Lot by private treaty or at public auction without reserve and to deduct from the Hammer Price or price received any sum owing to the Auctioneer including (without limitation) removal, storage and insurance expenses, the Expenses of both auctions, Commission at the Stated Rate on the sale and all other reasonable expenses, before remitting the balance to the Seller; or if he cannot be traced, placing it in a bank account in the name of the Auctioneer on behalf of the Seller.

its exposure at the auction the Auctioneer will be entitled to their normal commission. In any event the Auctioneer will be entitled to try and effect a sale as the Seller’s agent within 14 days after the date of the auction (that time limit does not apply to a sale by the Seller). If the Auctioneer does so sell the Lot, they will also be entitled to their normal commission.

10.1 Where a Lot is sold, the Auctioneer shall initiate payment, by bank transfer, of the Sale Proceeds to the Seller 14 days after the Auctioneers have received in cleared funds the Total Amount Due from the Buyer. Should no bank details be provided by the seller, the Auctioneer will effect payment by sending its cheque, drawn in favour of the Seller, 14 days after receipt of cleared funds, by first class mail at the Seller’s risk.

10.2 If before the Total Amount Due is paid by the Buyer (whether or not because the Auctioneer has given credit terms to the Buyer) the Auctioneer pays to the Seller an amount equal to the net Sale Proceeds, title in the Lot shall pass from the Seller to the Auctioneer.

10.3 In the case of overseas Sellers, the Sale Proceeds will be paid to the Seller either in Sterling or in such other currency available to the Auctioneer as may have been agreed in writing between the Seller and the Auctioneer before the date of the Sale. The Auctioneer shall calculate the rate of exchange for the Sale Proceeds by reference to the spot rate of exchange quoted by the National Westminster Bank Plc at close of business on the date of the Sale, whichever is more favourable to the auctioneer.

9.2 If the Seller later sells the Lot as a result of

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10.4 If the Auctioneer receives notice of any dispute related to a sold Lot before the Sale Proceeds have been remitted to the Seller, the Auctioneer may withhold payment from the Seller until it thinks fit or until the Dispute is resolved, whichever is earlier.

10.5 The Auctioneer retains the right to withhold partial or total payment for any Lot if items committed to the Sale by the Seller and sold as part of the Lot, including any relevant documents, have not been delivered by the Seller.

10.6 The Seller shall maintain their insurance of the Lot until they are in receipt of the Sale Proceeds

11.1 If the Buyer fails to pay the Auctioneer the total Amount due within 21 days after the Sale, the Auctioneer will notify the Seller and take the Seller’s instructions as to the appropriate course of action. So far as in the Auctioneer’s opinion it is practicable, the Auctioneer will at the Seller’s expense assist the Seller to recover the Total Amount Due from the Buyer, but the Auctioneer shall be under no obligation to institute proceedings in its own name.

11.2 If circumstances outside the Auctioneer’s control do not permit the Auctioneer to take instructions from the Seller, the Seller hereby authorises the Auctioneer, at the Seller’s expense, to agree special terms for payment of the total Amount Due; to remove, store and insure the Lot sold; to settle claims made against the Buyer or the Seller on such terms as the Auctioneer shall in its absolute discretion think fit; to take such steps as are necessary to collect the monies due by the Buyer to the Seller; and if necessary to rescind the sale and refund money to the Buyer.

Conditions mainly concerning the Buyer

12.1 Any motor vehicle is sold as a collector’s item and not as a means of transport. Buyers are specifically warned that any vehicle sold as such may well have had parts replaced and paint renewed or be made up of parts from other vehicles the condition of which may be difficult to establish. The Auctioneer has to rely on information as to the date, condition and authenticity provided by the Seller and does not provide its own description, and does not and cannot undertake its own inspection of vehicles or other Lot and it is the responsibility of the Buyer to ensure that the Lot conforms to the description in the catalogue. The Auctioneer cannot check or verify the authenticity of the chassis or VIN number under which a vehicle is offered, but relies on the Seller’s description. Buyers should take particular care to verify in advance the authenticity of a vehicle that is claimed to have important racing, rallying or ‘ex-works’ history as it was common in period for a competition vehicle of a single identity to have more than one chassis, body or other mechanical components. This may have happened several times, both in a vehicle’s ‘works’ career and thereafter in private owner hands. Sometimes ‘works’ vehicles were fitted with different registration plates, so that a vehicle could meet a particular event’s start date deadline. These historical factors may lead to there being in existence multiple and competing claimants to the same vehicle identity.

12.2 The Buyer shall be the person making the highest bid at or over Reserve (if any) that is accepted by the Auctioneer, and the Contract shall be concluded at the fall of the hammer. The Auctioneer shall have the absolute discretion to settle any dispute related to bidding at the Sale. All

sales are deemed not to be sales in the course of a business, unless notified to the contrary.

12.3 Every bidder shall be deemed to act as a principal unless the Auctioneer has, prior to the auction date, acknowledged (either by acceptance of the Bidder’s Registration Form which discloses the true principal, or otherwise in writing) that the bidder is acting as agent on behalf of a disclosed principal.

12.4 The Auctioneer may in its absolute discretion refuse to accept any bid, advance the bidding as it may decide, withdraw or divide any Lot, combine any two or more Lots, and in the case of dispute may put up any Lot for auction again.

12.5 A prospective bidder should register his intention to bid for a Lot by completing fully and signing a Bidder’s Registration Form prior to executing his bid. If this has not been completed before the fall of the hammer, the Buyer shall forthwith complete the Bidder’s Registration Form. The Bidder shall also provide photographic identification. Failure to do so shall not invalidate the sale, unless the Auctioneer, in its absolute discretion, so decides.

12.6 Any bid which fails to reach the Reserve may be submitted by the Auctioneer to the Seller and if the Seller accepts that bid, the Lot will be deemed to have been sold to the Buyer at the sum bid at the fall of the hammer and the normal Terms and Conditions will apply to that sale.

13.1 Where a Lot is illustrated by a photograph, in the case of a vehicle with a registration number visible, that number will not be transferred with the vehicle to the Buyer unless the registration particulars appear in the written part of the

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description and the transfer has been authorised by the Seller. If the vehicle is sold to the Buyer before the formalities of the allocation of a different registration number to that vehicle are completed with the DVLA, the Buyer accepts that he will take all steps necessary to co-operate with either the Seller or the Auctioneer to have the number retransferred to the Seller or as may be, and will take no steps to register the vehicle with the number in his name.

13.2 Whilst the interests of prospective Buyers are best served by personal attendance at the Sale, the Auctioneers will if so instructed execute bids on their behalf. Neither the Auctioneer nor its Employees or Agents will be responsible for any error or default in doing so or in failing altogether to do so. Where the Auctioneer executes bids on behalf of an absent bidder, each Lot will be bought as cheaply as is allowed by other bids and any relevant Reserve.

14. The Buyer shall pay to the Auctioneer in respect of each Lot the Buyer’s Commission calculated on the Hammer Price at the stated rates as set out above.

15. Where a Lot is described in the Catalogue or announced at the time of Sale as being subject to VAT on import, VAT will be payable in addition to the Hammer Price (which VAT may or may not be refundable by HM Customs & Excise on proof of export).

16.1 Upon the sale of a Lot, the Buyer shall:

16.2 Unless he has already done so, complete a Bidder’s Registration Form as in Condition 12.5 above;

16.3 Pay to the Auctioneer the total amount due, at latest by midday on the day after the Sale, notwithstanding that where the Buyer wishes to export the Lot, an export licence may be required which must be obtained by the Buyer at his own cost;

16.4 Accept that any payments received by the Auctioneer from a Buyer may be applied by the Auctioneer towards any sums owing from that Buyer to the Auctioneer on any account whatsoever, without regard to any directions of the Buyer or his agent, whether express or implied.

17.1 Until the total amount due has been received by the Auctioneer:

(a) title in a Lot shall not pass to the Buyer but the risk shall;

(b) no Lot may be taken away by or on behalf of the Buyer.

17.2 The Buyer shall be responsible for any removal, storage and insurance charges and any other Expenses on any Lot not paid for and taken away from the by 1pm on the day following the day of the sale.

17.3 If the Lot remains under the vendor’s control for any reason, either at their property or a thirdparty one, then the Buyer must remove it within ten days of the sale. Failure to do so will result in the Lot being uplifted to secure storage at the Buyer’s expense.

18.1 If a Buyer fails either to pay for or to take away any Lot, the Auctioneer may without further notice to the Buyer, at its discretion and without prejudice to any other rights or remedies it may have, exercise

one or more of the following rights or remedies, as may be relevant, in relation to any and all remedies for non-payment that the Auctioneer may choose to exercise. The Buyer will pay to the Auctioneer all legal and other costs borne by it on a full indemnity basis.

18.2 To charge interest at a rate not exceeding 3% per month over Natwest Bank’s base rate on so much of the total amount due as remains unpaid after the date and time referred to in condition 16.3 for the first two months. After that period of time to charge interest at a rate not exceeding 1.75% per month over Natwest Bank’s base rate on so much of the total amount due as remains unpaid after the date and time referred to in condition 16.3.

18.3 To issue proceedings against the Buyer for payment of the total amount due and/or for damages for breach of contract. If the Seller decides to sell the Lot elsewhere, the Auctioneer may proceed against the Buyer for the Commission which it would have earned both from the Seller and the Buyer together with VAT on both had the Buyer paid for the Lot in accordance with these Conditions.

18.4 To rescind the sale of that or any other Lots sold to the same Buyer at this or any other Sale, in respect of which title has not passed.

18.5 To resell the Lot or cause it to be resold by public or private sale, such that any deficiency in the total amount due resulting from such resale (after giving credit for any payment) together with the full costs incurred in connection with the Lots shall be paid to the Auctioneer by the Buyer; any surplus in excess of the Sale Proceeds of that resale shall belong to the Seller.

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18.6 To store the Lot at the sole expense of the Buyer and to release the Lot only after payment in full of the total amount due, together with the accrued cost of the removal, storage and insurance and all other expenses incurred in connection with the Lot.

18.7 To retain that or any other Lot sold to the Buyer at the same or any other auction and to release the same only after payment of the total amount due.

18.8 To apply by way of set-off any Sale Proceeds of any Lot then due or at any time thereafter becoming due to the Buyer towards settlement of the total amount due and expenses and the Auctioneer shall be entitled to a lien on any property of the Buyer which is in the Auctioneer’s possession for any purpose.

18.9 To reject or ignore any bids made by or on behalf of the defaulting Buyer at any future sales or insist upon a cash deposit before accepting any bids in future.

19.1 All Lots are offered as seen with all faults and defects without any guarantee or warranty attaching thereto as to condition, roadworthiness or otherwise and with all faults and defects whether apparent upon examination or not.

19.2 In any event, neither the Seller nor the Auctioneer shall be liable for any indirect or consequential loss whatsoever, and the maximum liability of the Auctioneer together with its Employees and Agents, in the event of any claim against them arising from the sale of any Lot shall be limited to the Hammer Price plus Buyer’s Premium in respect of that Lot.

General Conditions

20. The Auctioneer in all respects acts and will be treated as agent for the Seller (except where the Auctioneer is expressly stated to be selling as principal), and is not responsible for any default by the Seller or the Buyer to the other party.

21. The Auctioneer will not accept any liability for damage sustained to a Lot that is attributable to members of the public or non-Auctioneer operatives during the Sale or any removable items left within lots during the same period. Any claims for damage and / or lost items must be submitted to the Auctioneer in writing no later than 3 working days after the date of the Sale and include a valid quote for repair or replacement and digital photographs where applicable.

22. The Auctioneer shall be under no liability for any injury, damage or loss sustained by any person while on the Auctioneers premises (including any premises where a sale may be conducted or where a Lot, or a part of a Lot, may be on view from time to time) except for death or personal injury caused by the negligence of the Auctioneers or its employees and agents in the course of their duties to the Auctioneers.

23. The Auctioneer shall have the right, at its sole discretion, without assigning any reason, to refuse any person admission to its Premises or attendance at any of its Sales, or to view any Lot.

24. The Auctioneer shall keep and use any data relating to the Buyer and the Seller in accordance with the provisions of all relevant data protection legislation. The Buyer and the Seller consent to such data being kept and used for appropriate

purposes, including informing the Buyer and the Seller of any offers or other matters of interest from time to time.

25. The copyright in all written matter and illustrations relating to Lots shall remain at all times the absolute property of the Auctioneer, and any person wishing to use such materials, or any part of them, shall require the prior written consent of the Auctioneer.

26. If any Condition or part of a condition in these Terms shall be held to be invalid or unenforceable, the validity or enforceability of the remaining Conditions will not thereby be affected.

27. These Conditions shall be governed by and construed in accordance with English Law. All transactions to which these Conditions apply and all matters connected therewith shall also be governed by English Law. Each of the Auctioneer, the Seller, the Buyer and any bidder hereby submits to non-exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of England and Wales.

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Motorcycles and Scooters in today’s sale

43 1952 ACMA 125 V51

165 1963 AJS 16C

256 1936 AJS 250

264 c.1988 AJS 7R

282 1928 AJS K9

220 1947 AJS Model 18

251 1937 AJS Model 26

292 1957 AJS Model 30

291 1929 AJS Model M4

Deluxe Sport

238 1996 Aprilia

274 1996 Aprilia Moto 6.5

175 1999 Aprilia RS125

172 2000 Aprilia RSV Mille

100 c.1958 Ariel 4G MkII

116 1959 Ariel Leader 254 c.1963 Ariel Pixie

204 1980 Benelli ‘Josef Vontor’ Quattro Race replica 138 1972 Benelli 125

Sport Special 180 1997 Bimota SB6R 183 1996 Bimota YB11 226 1952 BMW R25 257 1964 BMW R27 246 1958 BMW R50 270 1983 BMW R65 124 1963 BMW R69S 123 1975 BMW R90S

161 c.1960 Bob McIntyre G50 Replica

278 c.1926 BSA S26

235 1971 BSA Spitfire Scrambler

280 1965 BSA Thunderbolt

143 1933 Calthorpe Major

120 1955 DOT 197 Trials

155 1933 Douglas D33 Greyhound

158 1950 Douglas Mk 4

112 1998 Ducati 750SS

205 1994 Ducati 888

105 1996 Ducati 900SS

168 1994 Ducati 900SS

191 1990 Ducati 906 Paso

174 1999 Ducati 996

188 1995 Ducati Monster 900

208 c.1936 Excelsior

Manxman 4-valve

139 1972 Fantic Ti

103 1961 Gilera Rossa Extra

113 1961 Greeves Hawkstone 250

118 1957 Greeves Scottish

296 2008 Harley Davidson

273 c.1993 Harley Davidson

Moo Glide

159 2001 Harley Davidson Night

Train

122 1977 Honda CB 550 K2

283 1993 Honda CB1000

Super Four

216 1999 Honda CB1300 X4 Turbo

284 1981 Honda CB250N

Superdream

151 c.1972 Honda CB350

Race Bike

134 1971 Honda CB500K0

141 1976 Honda CB550/4

211 1979 Honda CB550F

182 1993 Honda CBR600

189 1996 Honda CBR900RR 237 1980 Honda CBX

215 1979 Honda CBX1000

130 1976 Honda Chaly 218 c.1992 Honda GB500TT 108 1982 Honda GL1100 Gold Wing

198 1983 Honda MT50 25 1979 Honda NF75 Hondamatic 195 1984 Honda NS250R

135 1988 Honda ST50 Dax

194 1984 Honda VF750FD

253 2003 Honda VFR 800 A3

187 1995 Honda VFR400 NC24

279 2001 Honda VTR1000 SP1

171 2000 Honda VTR1000F

106 1979 Honda XL 250

200 1980 Honda XL250R

295 c.1985 Honda XR80 Sidecar

227 c.1955 Horex Regina 400

192 1985 Kawasaki GPZ900R

199 1980 Kawasaki KX125

101 c.1994 Kawasaki KZ1000 P 131 1977 Kawasaki Z 1000 206 1977 Kawasaki Z1000 A1

207 1977 Kawasaki Z900 A4

179 1997 Kawasaki ZX7-R

170 1993 Kawasaki ZXR400 150 2000 Kawasaki ZZR600

8 1967 Lambretta 125 Special

15 c.1950 Lambretta 8 x Open

Frame Chassis

13 1952 Lambretta D125 Mk1

5 1971 Lambretta DL200

Electronic

27 1971 Lambretta DL200 Electronic

31 1971 Lambretta Eibar Li150 Special

7 1970 Lambretta GP150

41 1971 Lambretta GP200

Electronic

2 1964 Lambretta GT / TV 200

34 1965 Lambretta GT200

12 1962 Lambretta Lambro

FLi Mk2

35 1950 Lambretta LC125

1 1954 Lambretta LD 125

10 1956 Lambretta LD150 Mk 2

28 1958 Lambretta LDA Mk3 AVV Electric Start

40 c.1960 Lambretta Li125(225)

Karslake Special

6 1961 Lambretta Li150 Series

2 Dual Control

18 1962 Lambretta Li150 series 3 (SX200)

32 1968 Lambretta Li150 Special

23 1950 Lambretta Model C125

22 1956 Lambretta Model D Mk3

4 c1958 Lambretta

Privateer Racer

19 1984 Lambretta Serveta Li125

14 1969 Lambretta SX150

Special

20 1967 Lambretta SX150

Special

9 1968 Lambretta SX200

30 1968 Lambretta SX200

38 1967 Lambretta SX200

42 1968 Lambretta SX200

36 1966 Lambretta SX200 (230)

11 1966 Lambretta SX225

‘BelAir 2’

21 1960 Lambretta

TV175 series 2

45 1963 Lambretta

TV175 series 3

17 1965 Lambretta TV200

272
D
Rocket 3
232 1960 BSA A7SS Shooting Star 500cc 184 c.1960 BSA Bantam D14/4 297 c.1962 BSA Bantam D7B 153 1960 BSA DBD 34 Goldstar 269 c.1957 BSA DBD34 Gold Star 145 1913 BSA Model
TT 233 1970 BSA
No. Lot No. Lot No. Lot No.
Lot

TL1000R

160 Triump T25T Trail Blazer 177 Triump TR5T 109 1967 Triton

201 1961 Triumph T120R

Bonneville

166 1980 Triumph T140

148 1983 Triumph T140 TSS

236 1978 Triumph T140V

300 1971 Triumph T150 Trident

162 1976 Triumph T160

167 1954 Triumph T20 Cub

176 1998 Triumph T595 Daytona

277 1938 Triumph T80 Tiger

275 1967 Triumph Thunderbird

260 2010 Triumph

Thunderbird 1700

263 1963 Triumph

Thunderbird 650

230 1948 Triumph Tiger 100

203 1965 Triumph Tiger 90 ‘500’

299 1964 Triumph TR20 Tiger Cub

234 1970 Triumph TR6C

265 c.1976 Triumph TR6P 219 c.1973 Triumph Trackmaster

129 1972 Triumph Trident

217 c.1974 Triumph

Trident Metisse

221 1972 Triumph X-75 Hurricane

c1935 Velocette 350 Mac Race Bike

37 1960 Vespa (Douglas) GS VS5

33 1986 Vespa (Douglas) PK125

Elestart S3

16 1978 Vespa (Douglas)

Rally 200

46 1979 Vespa (Douglas)

Rally 200

24 1957 Vespa Douglas 92L2

3 1951 Vespa Douglas

Rod Model

39 1972 Vespa Rally Custom ‘Hot Wheels’

44 1954 Vespa VL1T custom M244 Quattrini

212 BSA Ve Vetter Rocket 3 ‘X-75 Hurricane Prototype’

247 c.1938 Victoria Aero 250

202 1949 Vincent HRD

Black Shadow

225 1980 Yamaha DT175

185 1995 Yamaha FZR600

144 1982 Yamaha RD 350 LC

196 1983 Yamaha RD250LC

239 c1980 Yamaha TZ250

128 1971 Yamaha XS 650

290 1979 Yamaha XT500

169 2000 Yamaha YZF-R1

243 1965 Zundapp KS75

273
1964 Laverda
Scooter 186 1995 Laverda S650
1960 LE Velocette 214 c.1990 Matchless G50
c.1980 Montesa Cota 200
c.1973 Moto Guzzi Nuova Falcone
1973 Moto Guzzi Tuttuterreno
Rumi Formichino Tipo Sport
1977 Motobécane Velosolex Type 5000 268 1924 Motosacoche 271 2000 MV Agusta F4 248 1977 MZ 250 Supa 5 261 1985 MZ 250ETZ 152 c.1976 Norton ‘Seeley’ Race Bike 107 1943 Norton 16H 285 1925 Norton 16H 121 1953 Norton 500T 102 1968 Norton 650 SS 262 1962 Norton 650SS Race Bike 222 1951 Norton Big 4 266 1958 Norton Dominator 272 1957 Norton Dominator Model 99 154 1934 Norton International Model 30 228 1955 Norton Model 7 286 1965 NSU 250 Supermax 164 1955 NSU Super Lux
1955 Royal Enfield 350 Bullet 294 1963 Royal Enfield Bullet 350 250 1960 Royal Enfield Constilation 223 1940 Royal Enfield JS 500 Bullet 298 1964 Royal Enfield Turbo Twin
281 1935 Rudge Special Combination 288 1948
Flying Squirrel 156 1922 Sunbeam
1/2hp
1919 Sunbeam
1/2hp
1922 Sunbeam
249
178
190
29
Mini
115
276
252
140
26 1961 Moto
110
119
258 1936 Rudge Special
Scott
3
157
3
210
Model 7
1953 Sunbeam S8
1998 Suzuki GSXr600W
1992 Suzuki GSXR750WN 142 1977 Suzuki GT 500A 163 1978 Suzuki GT380 146 1972 Suzuki GT750J 197 1983 Suzuki RG250WD 173 1999 Suzuki
1954
231
Triumph 21 149 1947 Triumph 3T 126 1935 Triumph 5/5 224 1948 Triumph 5T 127 1960 Triumph 6T Thunderbird 213 1981 Triumph 750 Tiger Trail 293 2000 Triumph 900 Thunderbird 209 1971 Triumph Blazer T25SS 259 1969 Triumph Bonneville 111 2009 Triumph Bonneville
SE 136 1929 Triumph CTT
1996 Triumph Daytona 1200
Triumph Model H
Triumph
H
c.1926
c.1929
1923 Triumph Ricardo
1939
267
Triton
1963
865
181
125 1913
137 1919
Model
132
Triumph Model P 133
Triumph NSD 104
193
Triumph T100
114
1934 Velocette KTT Evocation 244 1955 Velocette MAC 350 255 1952 Velocette MAC 350 241 c1935 Velocette MOV 147 1967 Velocette Thruxton 229 1969 Velocette Thruxton 245 1960 Velocette Venom 289 1959 Velocette Venom 117 1958 Velocette Venom 500 242 1967 Velocette Viper
240
1960 Velocette 350 Viper Clubman 287
No. Lot No. Lot No.
No.
Lot
Lot
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Articles inside

1965 NSU 250 Supermax

1min
pages 246-247

1981 Honda CB250N Superdream

1min
pages 244-245

1993 Honda CB1000 Super Four

1min
page 243

1928 AJS K9

1min
page 242

1935 Rudge Special Combination

1min
page 241

1965 BSA Thunderbolt

1min
page 240

c.1980 Montesa Cota 200

3min
pages 236-239

1996 Aprilia Moto 6.5

1min
pages 234-235

1924 Motosacoche

5min
pages 228-233

1958 Norton Dominator

1min
pages 226-227

c.1976 Triumph TR6P

1min
page 225

c.1988 AJS 7R

1min
page 224

1962 Norton 650SS Race Bike

1min
pages 222-223

1985 MZ 250ETZ

1min
page 221

1936 Rudge Special

2min
pages 218-220

1936 AJS 250

1min
pages 216-217

c.1963 Ariel Pixie

1min
pages 214-215

c.1973 Moto Guzzi Nuova Falcone

1min
pages 212-213

1960 Royal Enfield Constilation

1min
pages 210-211

1977 MZ 250 Supa 5

1min
pages 208-209

1958 BMW R50

1min
pages 206-207

1965 Zundapp KS75

2min
pages 203-205

1967 Velocette Viper

1min
page 202

c1935 Velocette MOV

1min
page 201

c1980 Yamaha TZ250

1min
pages 199-200

1996 Aprilia

1min
page 198

1978 Triumph T140V

1min
pages 196-197

1970 Triumph TR6C

1min
pages 194-195

1960 BSA A7SS Shooting Star 500cc

1min
pages 192-193

1969 Velocette Thruxton

2min
pages 189-191

1948 Triumph 5T

4min
pages 184-188

1972 Triumph X-75 Hurricane

2min
pages 181-183

1947 AJS Model 18

1min
page 180

c.1973 Triumph Trackmaster

1min
page 179

c.1992 Honda GB500TT

1min
page 178

c.1974 Triumph Trident Metisse

1min
page 177

1999 Honda CB1300 X4 Turbo

1min
page 176

1979 Honda CBX1000

1min
page 175

c.1990 Matchless G50

1min
page 174

BSA Ve Vetter Rocket 3

1min
pages 172-173

1971 Triumph Blazer T25SS

2min
pages 169-171

c.1936 Excelsior

1min
page 168

1949 Vincent HRD Black Shadow

5min
pages 162-167

1961 Triumph T120R Bonneville

1min
page 161

1980 Honda XL250R

1min
page 160

1983 Suzuki RG250WD

2min
pages 157-159

1983 Yamaha RD250LC

1min
page 156

1984 Honda NS250R

1min
page 155

1984 Honda VF750FD

1min
page 154

1985 Kawasaki GPZ900R

1min
pages 152-153

1992 Suzuki GSXR750WN

1min
pages 150-151

1996 Honda CBR900RR

1min
page 149

1995 Ducati Monster 900

1min
page 148

1995 Laverda S650

1min
pages 146-147

c.1960 BSA Bantam D14/4

1min
pages 144-145

1993 Honda CBR600

1min
pages 142-143

1997 Bimota SB6R

1min
pages 140-141

1998 Suzuki GSXr600W

1min
pages 138-139

1998 Triumph T595 Daytona

1min
pages 136-137

2000 Aprilia RSV Mille

3min
pages 132-135

1994 Ducati 900SS

3min
pages 128-131

1980 Triumph T140

1min
pages 126-127

1955 NSU Super Lux

1min
pages 124-125

1976 Triumph T160

1min
pages 122-123

c.1976 Norton ‘Seeley’ Race Bike

8min
pages 112-121

c.1972 Honda CB350 Race Bike

1min
page 111

1983 Triumph T140 TSS

2min
pages 108-110

1972 Suzuki GT750J

1min
pages 106-107

1977 Suzuki GT 500A

3min
pages 102-105

1973 Moto Guzzi Tuttuterreno

1min
pages 100-101

1972 Benelli 125 Sport Special

1min
pages 98-99

1929 Triumph CTT

1min
pages 96-97

c.1929 Triumph NSD

2min
pages 93-95

c.1926 Triumph Model P

1min
page 92

1955 DOT 197 Trials

9min
pages 80-91

1955 Royal Enfield 350 Bullet

1min
page 79

1959 Ariel Leader

2min
pages 76-78

1998 Ducati 750SS

3min
pages 72-75

1982 Honda GL1100 Gold Wing

3min
pages 68-71

1979 Honda XL 250

1min
pages 66-67

1923 Triumph Ricardo

1min
pages 64-65

c.1994 Kawasaki KZ1000 P

2min
pages 61-63

c.1958 Ariel 4G MkII

1min
page 60

1963 Lambretta TV175 series 3

1min
pages 56-59

1954 Vespa VL1T custom

1min
page 55

1952 ACMA 125 V51

1min
page 54

1968 Lambretta SX200

1min
pages 52-53

c.1960 Lambretta Li125(225)

1min
pages 50-51

1972 Vespa Rally Custom

1min
page 49

1967 Lambretta SX200

1min
page 48

1960 Vespa (Douglas) GS VS5

1min
pages 46-47

1950 Lambretta LC125

1min
pages 44-45

1965 Lambretta GT200

1min
pages 42-43

1968 Lambretta Li150 Special

1min
pages 40-41

1968 Lambretta SX200

1min
pages 38-39

1964 Laverda Mini Scooter

1min
page 37

1961 Moto Rumi Formichino Tipo Sport

2min
pages 34-36

1979 Honda NF75 Hondamatic

1min
page 33

1957 Vespa Douglas 92L2

1min
page 32

1956 Lambretta Model D Mk3

1min
pages 30-31

1967 Lambretta SX150 Special

1min
pages 28-29

1984 Lambretta Serveta Li125

1min
page 27

1962 Lambretta Li150 series 3 (SX200)

1min
page 26

1978 Vespa (Douglas) Rally 200

1min
pages 24-25

1969 Lambretta SX150 Special

1min
pages 22-23

1966 Lambretta SX225 ‘BelAir 2’

3min
pages 18-21

1968 Lambretta SX200

1min
pages 16-17

1970 Lambretta GP150

1min
pages 14-15

1971 Lambretta DL200 Electronic

1min
pages 12-13

c1958 Lambretta Privateer Racer

1min
page 11

1951 Vespa Douglas Rod Model

1min
page 10

1954 Lambretta LD 125

1min
pages 8-9

Notes for intending purchasers

4min
pages 4-7
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