Results – February 2019 Bike Sale

Lot No
Hammer Price
Lot Description
12400A 1990 BMW R80/7, registration number G162 ALH, black. This lady owned
BMW will need recommissioning having been dry stored since its last MOT
expired in September 2012. Displaying a believed genuine 35000 miles on the
odometer, this R80 will be offered for auction with panniers and some service
history. V5C, no MOT See illustration
21100A 1957 Velocette LE, registration number 864 ANK, frame number 24796,
engine number 200/26298, grey. Nicknamed the Noddy bike by the police riders
who used them in the 1950s having to nod at senior officers as they rode
passed them, the LE would remain in production until 1970. This example has
been barn stored for many years and will require recommissioning. Finished in
the traditional grey the Velocette has had four previous keepers prior to our
vendor and is believed to have a low recorded mileage. The LE will be offered
for auction with previous MOTs and an owner's handbook. V5, V5C, MOT and tax
exempt See illustration
31100A 1949 BSA C11 project, registration number LYA 820, frame number
ZC107751, engine number XC11555, chrome/blue. This C11 has formed part of a
private collection of motorcycles awaiting restoration. Unfortunately due to
other more pressing projects occupying our vendor's time, he has taken the
decision to sell the BSA. Now requiring full restoration, the worthwhile
project will be offered for auction with DVLC correspondence. V5, MOT and tax
exempt
4450A 2018 single axle triple bike trailer. Constructed by our vendor, this
trailer has seen very little use and is said to be in good condition by our
vendor.
5340A BTH KD1 TT magneto, for road racing or other competition use, condition
unknown
6180A BTH KC2 magneto and two others, condition unknown (3)
7360Assorted motorcycle spares, including JAP timing covers, BSA alloy
barrels, valve covers, and other similar items (3 boxes)
8300A BTH KDC magneto, and two others, condition unknown (3)
90A Robert Bosch ZU14 magneto, and another, condition unknown (2)
10260A Rudge single cylinder engine bottom end crank case and piston, mounted
on a plinth, with a cylinder head and valve gear (2)
11340A 1952 Cyclemaster, registration number ASV 220. This Cyclemaster has not been fitted to a
bicycle and is said to have never been used.
V5C, MOT and tax exempt
125500A 1933 Sunbeam Model 8, registration number TH 3713, frame number C9427,
engine number KK4245, black. This very original and matching numbers Sunbeam
had one previous owner a Mr Albert Emlyn Davies prior to our vendor
purchasing the motorcycle in April 1973. Our vendor used the motorcycle for
only two years including continental tours of France, Spain, Germany, Belgium
and Ireland before putting the Sunbeam into storage. Now having the most
unspoilt appearance, this Sunbeam would make an excellent candidate for
preservation rather than a full restoration and will be offered with a
history file containing photographs, RF60 continuation, VMCC registration and
its last MOT which expired in April 1975. Opportunities to purchase a machine
with such low ownership and originality are seldom, so this chance should not
be missed. RF60 continuation, V5, MOT and tax exempt See illustration
130A 1991 Triton café racer, registration number Q120 BAU, aluminium/blue.
Tritons are a marriage of Norton frames and Triumph engines and create some
of the best handling and sporting machines. This example comes direct from a
private collection and has been constructed to a high standard. It utilises a
1971 Triumph Bonneville T120R 650cc engine rebuilt to race specification
incorporating new pistons, big ends, exhaust valves, etc. The spark is
supplied by Boyer ignition with a rebuilt alternator. The 1961 Norton
slimline frame has recently been powdercoated in blue and has been fitted
with a new alloy top yolk, Borroni alloy rims with new tyres and refurbished
Roadholder forks. Both the fuel and oil tanks are constructed from aluminium
and the front brake is a trick four leading shoe example. This beautifully
presented café racer will certainly turn heads when out on the road. V5C, no
MOT See illustrations
14160A 1987 Yamaha Passola SA50E, registration number D879 MYB, frame number
2T4 278068, engine number 2T4 278068, red. This Passola was supplied by
Hillman's Motorcycles, Weston-super-Mare, to its first owner, a lady from
Cheddar, who kept the moped until 2013. Having covered just over 1400 miles
from new, it has been in storage since its last MOT expired in October 2015.
Now requiring re-commissioning, the Yamaha is offered with its original Terms
& Conditions of Warranty and Service Log. V5, V5C, no MOT
15130A 1988 Honda SH50-H, registration number E809 UYC, frame number
SH506004090, engine number SH50E-B2001827, blue. This Honda requires
reconditioning having been in storage since its last MOT expired in April
2017. The Honda will be offered for sale with a history file. V5C, no
MOT
16550A 1951 Cyclemaster, registration number LFF 636, green. This Cyclemaster has been fitted to a
Triumph bicycle and has formed part of a private collection. Having been on display for some time it may
require some light recommissioning.
V5C, MOT and tax exempt See
illustration
173500A 1955 BSA C11G, registration number KVS 733, frame number 14515GL,
engine number BC11G19649, maroon. The overhead valve C11 was introduced in
1939 alongside its sidevalve C10 stable mate. The C11 originally had girder
forks which were superseded in 1946 with the much improved telescopic units.
From 1954 further improvements followed in the form of alternator electrics
and four speed gearbox. This example was restored by a previous owner prior
to coming in to the collection of our vendor. This plunger framed C11 will be
offered for auction with a history file containing receipts, service sheets,
spares catalogues and sundry paperwork. V5C, MOT and tax exempt See
illustration
181400A 1968 BSA Bantam D14-4, registration number LMW 31F, frame number
D14/B4478, engine number D14/B4478, black/chrome. Introduced in 1968 the D14
was the last incarnation of BSAs very successful lightweight motorcycle. They
featured the more powerful 12 bhp engine, four speed gearbox, swinging arm
rear suspension and telescopic front forks. This smart example was restored
by a previous owner prior to being purchased by our vendor to add to his
collection. The BSA will be offered for auction with a history file
containing a workshop manual (photocopy), one expired MOT, a history of the
model, an original handbook and sundry paperwork. V5C, MOT and tax exempt See
illustration
19820A 1956 BSA Dandy, registration
number RAA 456, frame number DS127, engine number DSE287, green. The Dandy was BSAs answer to the
increasingly popular moped market of the 1950s. The Dandy was somewhat
overengineered and incorporated some ingenious ideas, such as the two stroke
engine forming the right hand side of the swinging arm and the two speed
preselect gearbox. This charming and original Dandy, started easily on our
inspection to take the catalogue photographs. ***V5C to follow***, MOT and
tax exempt See illustration
Please note: There is no service history to accompany the bike.
207000EXTRA LOT: A 1975 Triumph T160
Trident, registration number LFM 738N, frame number T160BK02036,
red/white. Triumph's handsome 750
triple was a short lived model being only available for one year. They featured electric start, a first for
Triumph, and were marketed to take on the large Japanese sports machines,
which ultimately they failed to achieve.
This smart example was imported from America and registered in
2018. V5C, MOT and tax exempt See illustration
210EXTRA LOT: A 1973 Triumph TR5T
Trophy, registration number EVN 783L, frame number TR5TPH20287, yellow. This Triumph Trophy was originally exported
to America. It was repatriated and
registered in the UK in December 2018.
V5C, MOT and tax exempt See
illustration
220EXTRA LOT: A 1972 Triumph T100C,
unregistered, bronze and black. This
well presented T100C has recently been repatriated from America. It still requires registering and will be
offered for auction with its original Certificate of Title. Unregistered, MOT and tax exempt See illustration
231500EXTRA LOT: A 1986 Suzuki VS750
Intruder, registration number D491 FPW, maroon/black. The cruiser styled Intruder was introduced
in 1985 and would remain in production until 2005. The
Intruder was available in various engine sizes and was very popular in
America. This 750 example has covered
a believed 6700 miles from new but there is unfortunately insufficient
paperwork to warrant the mileage. V5C,
MOT to January 2020 See
illustration
240A 1961 Velocette Venom, registration number 836 PKM, engine number
VM5291, frame number RS4349C black. Introduced in 1956 the Venom would remain
available until 1971. They are beautifully engineered bikes and represent the
very best of the British sports single tradition matching anything offered by
its contemporary competition. This example was originally supplied through an
Exeter dealer and has remained in the area ever since. The Venom was restored
by the previous owner between 2002 and 2004 with receipts on file for parts
and works carried out. At the time the recorded mileage was recorded at 48083
miles and the current odometer reading is just over 50000 miles. The Venom
features its original alloy wheel rims and is fitted with aluminium mudguards
front and rear. On inspection to take the catalogue images the motorcycle
started with a little persuasion as they always do and sounded healthy. The
Velocette will be offered for auction with a history file containing
receipts, previous MOTs, manuals and detailed notes on the rebuilt engine set
up. V5C, MOT and tax exempt See illustrations
250A 1966 Triton special, registration number FRV 820D, black. Coming direct
from a private collection this fully rebuilt Triton is well presented. The
Triton is constructed with a 1955 pre-unit 650cc Triumph T110 engine, which
has been rebuilt to race specification with new main bearings, big ends, oil
pump, light alloy comrods, pistons and rings, Nourish fast road/race cams,
Dynamix cam balance, valves, guides and springs. A new carburettor and clutch
have been fitted along with a refurbished magneto and new Alton 12V generator
and electrics. The fuel and oil tanks have been resprayed in black and the
Norton slimline frame has been newly powdercoated. The frame has been fitted
with refurbished Roadholder forks, new rear shock absorbers, alloy top yolk, Borroni
rims, stainless steel spokes and TT100 tyres. Our vendor advises us that the
list of new parts used goes on and on with every part either being replaced
or reconditioned. Now said to be running well, this Triton is ready to be
used on road or track. V5C, MOT & tax exempt See illustration
262100A 1955 Peugeot Triporteur, unregistered, grey. This rare three wheeler is
one of a series of practical vehicles manufactured by Peugeot both pre and
post WWII. They found favour with small businesses, the French postal service
and country estates. This example was formerly part of a French museum
display prior to being imported in 2016. The vehicle started regularly on our
visit to take the catalogue photographs. ***The Peugeot does not come to
auction with a history file, the French documentation will follow.***
Unregistered See illustration
271800A 1971 BSA B25 SS Gold Star, registration number ARY 643K, blue. The
BSA/Triumph revamped range for 1971 included the SS (Street Scrambler) 250cc
single which featured an 8 inch front brake and highlevel exhaust. The 250
model remained in production until August 1971 making them one of the rarer
250 variants and highly collectable today. This B25 SS has seen considerable
expenditure recently including full engine rebuilt (receipts on file for
approximately £2000) and new fork seals and headstock bearings. The BSA ran
well on our inspection to take the catalogue photographs and will be offered
for auction with a history file. V5C, MOT and tax exempt See
illustration
283800A 1961 Triton 650cc roadster, registration number 849 UYO, engine number
GT 45856, black. Tritons are the happy marriage of the best performing frames
and engine in period. They featured the peerless Norton featherbed frame and
Triumph's twin engines. This example has been constructed using a Norton ES2
frame and Triumph Thunderbird 650cc twin engine. Recently rebuilt to a high
standard, works included a rebuilt engine with big bearing crank and iron
head, new carburettor, new primary and secondary chains, new clutch,
refurbished Roadholder forks with new springs, rebuilt wheels with stainless
steel spokes and new tyres and stove enamelled frame. Now looking very
purposeful in its black livery, 849 UYO started readily on our inspection to
take the catalogue photographs and is being offered for sale with a history
file. V5C, MOT and tax exempt See illustration
290A 1954 BSA M21, registration number 897 UYX, red/black. The large
sidevalve BSA was reintroduced to the public market in early 1946. It found
favour with the sidecar market, lugging large family outfits. We are advised
that this teleforked plunger framed example has formed part of a private
collection and is presented in unrestored condition. We are informed that the
BSA is running and has been fitted with new tyres and tubes and the electrics
have been rewired. V5C, MOT & tax exempt See illustration
30480A 1958 Velocette LE200 Mk 3 project, registration number TFK 922, frame
number 1580/34, grey/blue. Having formed part of a private collection of
motorcycles, this LE will require full restoration, having been in dry
storage for a number of years. Our vendor has come to the conclusion that
this Velocette is too far down the line of other projects awaiting his
attention so has taken the the decision to sell the motorcycle. RF60
Continuation , MOT and tax exempt
311800A 1959 BSA C15 trials replica, unregistered, frame number 5456, engine
number 3831 IH, alloy. This trials replica has been constructed from a C15
framed machine, despatched to La Lima SCRL on 14th April 1959 and C15 engine
which was originally in a machine delivered to GBR Motors Ltd, Colchester on
11th February of the same year. The trials special features an aluminium
petrol tank, oil tank, chain guard, wheel rims, silencer and mudguards. It
further benefits from a Boyer CDi style ignition and cutout switch. The BSA
is accompanied to auction by a VMCC dating letter and photographs and offers
an affordable entry into pre65 twin shock trials. No paperwork See
illustration
321100A 1955 BSA C10L project, registration number LRP 46, frame number BC10LS
3440, engine number BC10L 4249, grey/blue. This C10L was purchased by our
vendor in 1980 from St Michael's Motors (Stamford) Ltd as a project. He
subsequently fitted a new wiring loom,
but unfortunately no further works were carried out. The BSA has been in dry
storage for nearly 40 years and now requires restoration and would make an
excellent candidate for preservation. The accompanying history file contains
the last MOT, which expired in April 1979, the bill of sale from St Michael's
Motors, instruction manual, service sheets, DVLA correspondence and a gasket
set. RF60, MOT and tax exempt See illustration
333000A 1959 Velocette Valiant, registration number SFF 672, engine number
V20012009, black. One of only approximately 1600 ever made, the Valiant
featured a 192cc OHV boxer engine, shaft drive, cradle frame with telescopic
front forks and cowling over the engine for a sporting look. This particular
Valiant comes from a private collection and is presented in restored
condition. V5C, MOT and tax exempt See illustration
34360EXTRA LOT: A 1996 Kawasaki KDZ 200 field bike, registration number Q554
HBV, green. Incomplete V5C, no MOT
35500EXTRA LOT: A 1993 Kawasaki KDX125 field bike, registration number K548
KYD, blue. V5C, no MOT
36620EXTRA LOT: A 2001 Royal Enfield Shooting Star, registration number Y581
VEU, black. Been off the road since 2011. No V5C, no MOT
37780EXTRA LOT: A 1958 AJS CR250, registration number ADM 646A, blue. In
restored condition. No V5C, MOT and tax exempt
382800EXTRA LOT: A 1957 Norton Model 50, registration number YYA 587, silver.
Our vendor informs us that the engine and gearbox have been recently
recommissioned, along with the magneto, dynamo and control box. V5C, MOT and
tax exempt
391600EXTRA LOT: A Norton 750 Atlas project, with featherbed frame, engine and
wheels
404200A 1970 Triumph Tiger T100S, registration number CUK 598J, frame number
D35662T100S, engine number XD3562T100S, red/silver. From the last year of
production, this 500cc twin is a well presented older restoration which has
formed part of a private collection since 2011. Having been in storage for
the last couple of years it will need some light recommissioning and the
usual safety checks before taking to the road. V5C, MOT and tax exempt See illustration
417200A 1976 Kawasaki Z900, registration number LBP 652P, green/gold/black. The
big Zs first broke cover in 1972 with the launch of the ground breaking Z1.
Featuring a 900cc DOHC inline four engine, they were endowed with
scintillating performance with a top speed approaching 130 mph. For 1976 the
large Kawasaki saw some mild revisions which included twin front disc brakes
and 26mm carburettors and was renamed Z900. From the first year of production
this well presented example comes direct from long term enthusiast ownership.
Displaying a believed low mileage of just under 29000 miles on the odometer
this iconic 1970s superbike will be offered for sale with a history file. Few
bikes have had such an impact on the motorcycle world as Kawasaki’s big Zs,
and today all versions of this landmark model are highly sort after. V5C, MOT
to March 2019 See illustration
420A 1964 Royal Enfield Turbo Twin Sports, registration number AYO 802B,
frame number 68569, engine number 287, red. The Turbo Twin featured the
Villiers 4T engine and Crusader frame to create a great handling light weight
machine capable of 70 mph performance and found a ready market within the new
250cc restricted learner rider. This example has been restored by the
previous and current owners. There are numerous receipts for works carried
out, photographs, an original owner's handbook, the original RF60, a tax disc
from 1973 and sundry paperwork contained within the history file. RF60, V5C,
MOT and tax exempt See illustration
430WITHDRAWN: A 1974 Norton Commando
850, registration number JVG 202M, frame number 314962, engine number 314962,
black. Norton’s Commando models have
always been immensely popular both on the home market and abroad especially
in America where they had a cult following. To emphasise their popularity
they won Motor Cycle News Machine Of The Year Award every year between 1968
and 1972. Quite an achievement! This particular machine is an export model
which was repatriated in 1990. This matching numbers example has formed part
of a small private collection consisting of all Triumphs apart from the
Commando. Our vendor has taken the decision to sell the Norton and continue
to collect Triumphs because he hasnot bonded with the Norton. The Commando
will be offered for auction with a history file containing past MOTs and
receipts. V5C, MOT and tax exempt See illustrations
440A 1958 AJS Model 31 650 twin, registration number ADM 646A, frame number
A64828, engine number 31LX7297, blue. Introduced in 1958 the new AJS Model 31
was produced alongside its Matchless G12 stablemate. They were made to
capitalise on the lucrative American market, which they did very
successfully. In Britain they found favour with the ton-up boys and the new
cafe racer culture. This example which has been restored, has been finished
in CSR colours which suits the motorcycle. There, unfortunately, is not any
paperwork detailing the restoration but it is obvious when viewing the AJS
that a great deal of time and dedication has been lavished upon it. V5C, MOT
and tax exempt See illustration
450WITHDRAWN: A Norton road racing
sidecar combination project, unregistered, silver. This interesting
combination is constructed from a 1951 Norton Manx frame which has been
extensively modified and fitted with a Norton Atlas 750cc twin engine fed by
twin Amal carbs. The combination is fitted with a Triumph front wheel and
brake, and passenger foot pegs but lacks a fuel tank, gearbox and fairing.
The combination how offers an excellent opportunity to finish what should be
a very exciting ride. Unregistered, no MOT See illustration
46820EXTRA LOT: A 1980 Honda CB100N,
registration number MGY 941W, frame number CB100N1014426, engine number
CB100NE1014426, orange. Having been in
a small private collection since 2012 this CB100 is said to be in running
order, but may require some light recommissioning having been in storage
since its last MOT expired in September 2017.
The Honda will be offered with a history file and is only coming to
sale due to our vendor giving up riding.
V5C, no MOT See
illustration
472700EXTRA LOT: A 1958 BSA B31,
registration number EM 7915, frame number FB312000, engine number GB311509,
green/black. This matching numbers B31
was purchased by our vendor in 1997 from a Palmer Snell auction. The BSA is said to be in running order and
will be offered for auction with a history file containing past tax discs
(oldest December 1969), previous MOTs, the receipt from Palmer Snell and
SORNS. Now only being offered for
auction due to our vendor giving up riding.
V5, V5C, MOT and tax exempt See
illustration
481200EXTRA LOT: A 1970 BSA 25 Starfire,
registration number CYA 32J, frame number JD14125B25S, engine number
JD14125B25S, blue. This Starfire has
been with our vendor since 1995. The
BSA is said to be in running order and will be offered for auction with a
history file containing previous MOTs tax discs (oldest dated April 1996) and
SORNS. Now only being offered for sale
due to our vendor giving up riding.
V5, V5C, MOT and tax exempt See
illustration
492600EXTRA LOT: A 1962 Ariel Arrow
Super Sports, registration number 707 KUO, frame number T25934G, engine
number T25934G, gold/white. The Super
Sports was the ultimate performance version of the two stroke Ariel
Arrow. This example has been restored
and will be offered for auction with a history file. RF60, V5C, MOT and tax exempt See illustration
5057000A 1949 Vincent HRD Black Shadow Series C, registration number FWV 663,
upper frame number RC4158B, lower frame member retrospectively stamped
RC4158B, engine number F10AB/1B/2258, black. Vincent's HRD Black Shadow
offered performance that most motorcycles could only imagine in the 1950s
with a top speed of 125 mph and handling to match, courtesy of its cantilever
rear suspension and Girdraulic front forks. They were made to exacting
standards commensurate to the models cost, which was nearly double that of
any of its contemporaries. This Black Shadow has had three previous owners
and was purchased by our vendor direct from the third owner a Mr Vincent
Roethling from Wimbledon, London in a dismantled state requiring full
restoration in October 2008. A full and exacting restoration was then carried
out with some photographs on file. The restoration was completed in December
2009 and a new MOT was issued. Since then the Vincent has only been run a
couple of times on the vendor's drive, and has been displayed for the
majority of the time in the vendor's drawing room. Due to the length of time
that the Vincent has been on static display she will now require some light
recommissioning before taking to the road once again. The Vincent HRD Owner's
Club member, who is in his 80's has taken the decision to sell his beloved
Black Shadow because he feels that his motorcycling days are over. V5C, MOT
and tax exempt See illustrations
510A 1956 Triton café racer, registration number TFF 450, aluminium/nickel.
This well presented and purposeful looking café racer comes direct from a
private collection. The Triton has been constructed to a high standard and
specification. The Norton wideline frame is nickel plated and fitted with
refurbished Roadholder forks, aluminium fuel and oil tanks, aluminium top
yolk and Borroni rims with new tyres. The Triumph T100 all alloy engine is
fitted with a featherweight clutch, slickshift gearbox and Lucas electronic
ignition. Now said to be running well, this aggressive looking café racer is
ready for the road or track. V5C, MOT & tax exempt See illustration
520A 1960 Triumph Tiger T110, registration number OPR 223, frame number
D3405, engine number T110/D3405, gearbox number 116498, black/white. The T110
with the duplex frame and enclosed bath tub tin work was only available for
two years 1960/61, making it one of the rarer models. OPR 223 was, according
to Triumph records, dispatched to the supplying dealer, Homestead Garages
Ltd, Parkstone, Dorset on 4 March 1960. Little is known of the motorcycle's
earlier history before being purchased by our vendor as a restoration project
in 2006. Since then, the motorcycle has been rebuilt to a high standard after
many years of hunting for genuine parts to complete the rebuild in 2012. Over
the last six years, the Triumph has seen a very low annual mileage and still
presents well. The T110 is only for sale due to our vendor giving up
motorcycling and will be offered for auction with a dating certificate and
sundry paperwork. V5C, MOT and tax exempt See illustration
531700A speedway competition motorcycle, unregistered, black and yellow. This
speedway bike comes direct from a private collection of competition machines.
The bike is constructed with a Jawa frame and Jawa two valve engine which has
been stripped, checked and had a new counter shaft, clutch, coil and
reconditioned magneto fitted. No paperwork See illustration
541700A speedway competition motorcycle, unregistered, blue. This speedway bike
comes direct from a private collection of competition machines. It is
constructed with a Godden frame and Jawa four valve engine. The bike has been
fully checked over and a reconditioned magneto fitted. No paperwork See
illustration
551700A speedway competition motorcycle, unregistered, red and yellow. This
speedway bike comes direct from a private collection of competition machines.
It is constructed with an Antig frame and GM engine. The bike has been fully
stripped and checked over and a new Interspan electronic ignition has been
fitted. This bike was ridden at Exeter speedway. No paperwork See
illustration
560A 1981 Yamaha DT175 MX, registration number YGK 727W, frame number
DK460261, engine number DK40060261, white/red, Yamaha's enduro and trail
bikes have a long heritage tracing their lineage back to the CT1 of the late
1960's. The mono-shock frame series of
bikes were introduced in 1977 and have remained in production ever since in
various revised forms. This particular
DT175 has been restored to a good standard by a previous owner and has formed
part of a private collection in recent times.
V5C, ***MOT to January 2020***
See illustration
572200A 1970s AJS Stormer 250cc twin shock scrambler, unregistered, orange. The
AJS Stormer was available in three engine sizes 250, 370 and 410. They are
very popular in classic twin shock scrambling and still have an excellent
spares back up from AJS Motorcycles Andover. This example comes direct from a
private collection and is said to be in running order but will require some
light recommissioning. No paperwork See illustration
580A pre 65 Francis Barnett 197cc trials, unregistered, silver and green.
This restored trials bike comes direct from a private collection. Our vendor
advises us that the machine is in running order but will need some light
recommissioning before resuming competition duties. The bike a four speed
example has been developed for competition in today’s pre 65 twin shock
trials. No paperwork See illustration
591300A 1980 Honda CB250N Super Dream, registration number YAA 970V, frame
number JHMCB250N2194644, engine number CB250NE210645, silver. The 250cc Super
Dream was manufactured between 1978 and 1986. They were immensely popular
with learner riders who were allowed to ride 250cc machines from the age of
seventeen on L plates alongside other 250cc bikes until 1983 when the size of
leaner legal machines was reduced to 125cc. With over 70,000 bikes sold they
are one of Hondas most successful sellers. This example comes direct from a
small private collection. The Honda has been in storage since our vendor's
father who collected the Honda passed away and will require some
recommissioning and the usual safety checks before taking to the road. V5,
V5C, no MOT See illustration
602200A pre 65 DOT Demon 250cc twin
shock scrambler, unregistered, silver and red. This well presented DOT has
formed part of a private collection of competition bikes. It features a
square alloy barrel, alloy wheel rims and mudguards. Our vendor advises us that
the bike is running but will require some light recommissioning before taking
to the track.
No paperwork See illustration
6180EXTRA LOT: A Bultaco engine and gearbox, and assorted spares
62300EXTRA LOT: A BSA B31 350 trials engine, number ZB31 19165, internal
condition unknown
630EXTRA LOT: A 1981 Suzuki GP100, registration number GAM 701W, blue. This
rare retro bike has been restored. V5C, no MOT
644500EXTRA LOT: A 1970 Triumph Daytona
500cc, registration number ANM 512H, black. This Calfornian import is in
original condition. V5C, MOT and tax
exempt
651100A 1940 James Autocycle 98cc, registration number DUY 594, black/bronze.
The autocycle came into being just before WWII with James being one of the
first companies to feature them in their range of machines. After the war
they sold in great numbers to commuters and people looking for a frugal and
reliable form of transport. This very early and now quite rare James is
offered for sale direct from a private collection. We are advised that the
James is in running order but will require some light recommissioning. ***V5
(not V5C)***, MOT and tax exempt See illustration
66500A 1973 Jawa 90 Roadster
restoration project, registration number UJT 138L, blue and white. This
restoration project has formed part of a private collection. The engine and
ancillaries have been removed from the frame in readiness. This Jawa is know
a rare lightweight worthy of restoration.
V5C, MOT and tax exempt See illustration
67400A circa 1950 Sun 98cc restoration
project, registration number ESL 509,
maroon. This Sun features the Villers 98cc two stroke engine and two
speed gearbox. Having formed part of a private collection it is now ready to
be restored to its former glory. V5C, MOT and tax exempt See
illustration
68620A 1952 Cyclemaster, registration number VTW 443, black. This Cyclemaster has been fitted to a
Humber bicycle and has formed part of a private collection. V5C, MOT and tax exempt See illustration
690WITHDRAWN: A 1993 Ducati 888
Superbike, registration number L187 SWU, frame number TBA, engine number TBA,
red. Having had over 300 man hours lavished upon its restoration and
refurbishment, this exotic Italian superbike is said to be in excellent
condition. Originally registered in Holland, it was imported in 2012 and has
been in our vendor’s ownership for the last five years. The list of parts
used In the extensive restoration is too long to list here, but a taste of
what has been undertaken includes the fitting of an aluminium rear sub frame,
clutch casing machined as Corse with Ducati quarter clutch basket fitted, new
full 50 mm header SIL Motor Racing exhaust system, new bespoke swing arm
bobbins, new AFAM chain and sprockets (titanium nuts on rear) bespoke side
stand extended, and lengthened, engine rebuild by Ducati mechanic, new Ohlins
rear shock, plus numerous other components. There is a full detailed list of
all components used and the Ducati will be offered with a history file. V5C,
MOT See illustrations
708500A 1924 Triumph SD, registration number BF 8770, frame number 337021,
engine number 979830GH, green/black. The revised 4hp sidevalve Triumph was
introduced in 1914 and saw sterling service in the Great War with some 30,000
machines being despatched to the Allied forces. In 1920 the Triumph became
known as SD standing for spring drive, it would later form the basis of the
four valve Ricado model. This SD remained unused for over 40 years before
being purchased by our vendor. There followed a painstaking restoration which
took two years to complete (photographs on file of pre and post restoration).
The works carried out were extensive which included a fully rebuilt engine,
stove enamel frame, overhauled forks, new wheel rims, spokes, tyres and inner
tubes, new saddle, handle bars, chain, exhaust and silencers, fully repainted
fuel tank, and numerous other items associated with a restored motorcycle.
The SD is a matching numbers bike which was assembled at the factory in March
1924 and was subsequently registered at Essex County Council on 19th July
1924. Unfortunately because of the length of time the SD was off the road and
the loss of the original logbook the Triumph had to be re-registered with an
age related number. The Triumph will be offered for auction with an operating
manual, spares list (both photocopies) and sundry paperwork. It is only being
offered for sale due to the vendor now reaching the age of 85 and he is now
unable to ride the machine. V5C, MOT and tax exempt See illustrations
710A 1972 Norton Commando 750 Interstate, registration number FAA 72K,
silver. This matching frame and engine number Commando has had three previous
owners prior to our vendor. It was originally supplied by Ken Heanes, Fleet.
The second owner resided in Ottery St Mary, Devon. The third custodian a
friend of the vendor purchased the Norton in 1974 and our client acquired it
from him in 2007. Prior to our vendor's involvement the Norton went through
several incarnations including café racer, roadster and Interstate. The
Commando was stripped in readiness for a rebuild in the 1980s. The Norton
remained in this state being transported around in several boxes surviving
several house moves before the restoration commenced in 2007 with completion
in 2018 when it was fired up for the first time in May after 35 years in
hibernation. Since then the Norton has done approximately 500 shake down
miles without any major issues. There is an accompanying file of history
detailing the restoration including an engine and gearbox rebuild by Norman
White Norton, Thruxton with full detailed data sheet and parts list and a
list of restoration and parts used in the frame. Other new parts include the
electrical system, wheels, tank, tin work, and numerous other items, but suffice
to say approximately £7000 was spent to achieve the example you see today.
The Commando will be offered for auction with a complete documented history,
including manuals, receipts and spare parts removed or purchased during the
build. ***There are no genuine S high level exhausts with this lot.*** V5C,
MOT to August 2019, tax exempt See illustrations
720A circa 1952 DMW 197cc twin shock scrambler, unregistered, blue. Dawson’s
Motorcycles of Wolverhampton (DMW) manufactured competition and road machines
between 1950 and 1967 incorporating Villiers engines of various capacities.
This DMW which features Earle’s leading link front forks has formed part of a
private collection of off road competition bikes. We are advised that the DMW is in running
order but will require recommissioning before taking to the track. No paperwork
See illustration
730A Montesa Cota 315R trials, unregistered, red. This Montesa is said to be
running and well used. It offers the next owner an inexpensive entry into
trials competition. No paperwork See illustration
741000A BSA Victor B441 scrambler project, comprising a frame, alloy fuel tank,
engine crank cases, barrels, cylinder heads, Ceriani forks, gearbox, wheels,
seat, side panels, a BTH Type KD1 magneto and other spares (qty
751300A Greeves/BSA scrambler project, frame number 36MX4C148, this project
consists of a Greeves and BSA modified frame, BSA 350cc engine, Norton
gearbox, BTH Type KD1 magneto, wheels, forks, barrels, and various other
components (qty)
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806600A 1958 Triumph TR5 Trophy, registration number MSK 833, frame number
27153 NA, engine number T100C 39826, silver and black. This rigid frame
Trophy has formed part of a small private collection since being acquired by
our vendor in 2011 from the widow of a friend who had owned the Triumph since
2001. Presented in good condition the Triumph has recently been fitted with a
fully restored/rebuilt magneto, new magneto drive cog, handle bar and
footrest rubbers and an oil change. This well presented example will need a
check over before taking to the road and will be offered for sale with some
history. V5C, MOT and tax exempt See illustrations
817500A 1969 Triumph Trophy TR6R, registration number MFX 243G, frame number
HC23945, engine number HC23945, red/black. Originally exported to America
this matching numbers Trophy returned to these shores in 2000. Since then it
has had one previous owner before joining a private collection in 2007. The
Triumph has been fully restored. Having been unused and in storage for the
past couple of years the Triumph will require some light recommissioning and
the usual safety checks before taking to the road. This well presented
example is just waiting to roar into life. V5C, MOT and tax exempt See
illustrations
821600A 1989 Honda Z50 Daytona monkey bike, registration number F309 HAK,
red. Having formed part of a private
collection, this monkey bike is presented in good condition and is currently
on SORN. Not having been used and
having been on display for some time it would benefit from some light
recommissioning. V5C, no MOT See illustration
831600A 1971 Honda Mini Trail, registration number ODH 157J, blue/white. Having formed part of a private collection
this monkey bike is presented in good condition and is currently on
SORN. Having not been used and having
been on display for some time it would benefit from some light
recommissioning. V5C, no MOT See illustration
841700A 1972 Honda Trail 70, registration number BRU 469K, green. Having formed part of a private collection
this Trail 70 is presented in good condition and is currently SORN. Having been on display for some time it
would now benefit from some light recommissioning. V5C, no MOT See illustration
851400A 1959 Moto Parilla 125 Super Sport, Italian registered, frame number
811859, dark green/white. This classic lightweight Italian sports bike has
recently been imported from Italy where it formed part of a private
collection. The bike is an older restoration which is said to be mechanically
sound but will require recommissioning and the usual safety checks before
being taken on the road. Italian paperwork, MOT and tax exempt See
illustration
860A 1970 Triumph Trophy TR6, registration number FMK 779J, green. This
matching numbers UK supplied bike is fitted with a full Avon fairing. It has
had two previous owners plus the supplying dealer. The last keeper having
owned the Triumph since May 1980 has recently retired from riding. The
recorded mileage is just over 62000 miles, which is believed to be genuine.
The Triumph will be offered for sale with MOT history and original Lucas
headlamp shell and unit to revert back to original if the fairing is removed.
V5C, MOT and tax exempt See illustration
873900A 1977 Kawasaki Z650R, registration number TNT 306R, cola. This Z650 has
been restored to a very high standard. The Z featured the rare and desirable
Z1 style fuel tank and engine cover logos which were available for only one
year. The list of new parts used in the restoration is extensive and includes
Delkevic four into one exhaust, Koni dial a ride shocks, resprayed cola
metalflake paint with tangerine/gold pinstriping, stainless steel fastenings,
Moriwaki ignition, CNC drilled discs, steering head taper bearings and
numerous other components, which are listed. The Kawasaki will be offered for
auction with a history file. V5C, MOT to July 2019 See illustration
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890EXTRA LOT: A 2005 Honda C50 Super
Dream, registration number DS55 LJZ, frame number AA011504104, engine number
AA01E 1304132, blue. This well presented C50 was originally manufactured in
2005. The Honda will be offered for auction with a letter from Honda
confirming the build date, NOVA paperwork, its first MOT which expired in
2018 and DVLA correspondence. V5C, no MOT See illustration
902700EXTRA LOT: A 1964 Ariel Arrow
Super Sports, registration number 175 XUX, frame number T33284G, engine
number T33284G, gold/white. Having
performed part of a private collection this Super Sports which was the
ultimate performance version of the two stroke Ariel Arrow has been restored
and will be offered for auction with a history file. V5C, MOT and tax exempt See illustration
913700A 1980 Kawasaki Z900, registration number GHT 108W, engine number
ZE1535226, green. This Z900 was
re-built by a previous owner with a Z1000 frame in 1980. It has been previously registered as GCM
48V and also on a private plate prior to receiving the current
registration. This now iconic super
bike is finished in period green, has twin front disc brakes and an after
market four into one exhaust system.
Said by the vendor to be running and riding but will require light
re-commissioning before MOTing having been in storage. V5C, no MOT
See illustration
923600A circa 1980 BMW R80/7, unregistered, frame number 6133160/R80 TIC17,
engine number 6030914, blue. This beautifully restored and built R80 has been
constructed with a police supplied frame and non-matching engine. There are
receipts on file for nearly £11000 from marque specialists, which cover all
aspects of the build. Now awaiting registration the BMW is offered for
auction with VMCC registration application forms, receipts and some spares.
Finished to a high standard, this R80 would grace any collection and is being
offered for auction at a fraction of the build cost. No paperwork See
illustration
934000A 1959 BSA A7 Shooting Star, registration number 768 YUR, frame number
FA7 11756, engine number CA7SS 2517, green. BSAs pre-unit overhead valve
vertical twin is capable of a top speed of just under 90 mph and remained in
production from just after WWII until 1962. Finished in a period shade of
green, this A7 has formed part of a private collection and is presented in a
generally good restored condition. In 2014 works carried out included a
reconditioned magneto, reconditioned cylinder head and new tyres and valves,
and the wheels have been rebuilt with stainless steel spokes and wheel
bearings. The well presented A7 will be offered for with a history file
containing receipts and sundry paperwork. V5C, MOT & tax exempt See
illustration
943800A 1959 Norton Model 50, registration number 931 FYA, frame number
R13184696, engine number R13184696, green. The Model 50's final revision took
place in 1958 when the model was upgraded with the introduction of the
Featherbed frame. It would remain in this configuration until 1963 when
production ceased. This example is a local Somerset bike which still retains
its original registration number. An older restoration which has mellowed
nicely and still presents well. V5C, MOT and tax exempt See illustration
9510500A 1985 Ex Georges Jobé works Kawasaki GP500 Moto-Crosser, frame number
TB257910, engine number TBC, green. Georges Jobé was a legend, he was nine
times Belgian National Champion and five times World Champion, twice on 250s
(being the youngest ever champion when he won the 250 title in 1980) and
three times 500 champion. These achievements put him right up there as an all
time great with the likes of Roger DeCosta, Graham Noyce, Dave Thorpe and
Andre Malherbe. He is also known for his spectacular jump over Malherbe at
the 500 GP competed at Hawkstone Park in 1984, which must be one of the most
reproduced images in moto-cross history. This works moto-crosser we have the
pleasure in offering for auction is one of three works bikes supplied by the
Kawasaki for Jobé to contest the 1985 season. This is a very special bike
with numerous trick bits including works suspension, special reinforced
frame, swing arm, aluminium fuel tank, aluminium radiator, magnesium engine
casings and even the saddle is signed by Jobé. Since being purchased by our
vendor approximately 25 years ago, the works machine has been on display in
his home. Now requiring careful recommissioning, this works machine offers
the next custodian the opportunity to purchase a piece of moto-cross history.
No paperwork See illustrations