Results – February 2018 Bike Sale

LotNo
Hammer
Description
11500Assorted motorbike engines, petrol tanks and spares, including a BSA single (qty)
2240A Draper hydraulic motorbike lift/ramp
3150A single axle motorbike trailer
4240An hydraulic motorbike lift/ramp
550Harley Davidson clothing, including a full set of lady's medium leathers to include chaps, jacket, waistcoat, boots and other items (qty)
650Harley Davidson clothing, including a full set of lady's large leathers, including chaps, jacket, waistcoat and boots and other clothing (qty)
750Assorted motorcycle clothing, including helmets, jackets and various items (qty)
860A motorbike lift/ramp PLEASE NOTE: It is not hydraulic
9180A hydraulic motorbike lift/ramp
102000A 1958 AJS Model 20, frame number A51289, black. From deceased estate, this Model 20 AJS has been in storage since its last MOT expired in 2016 which it passed without any advisories. The AJS was purchased by the last owner from Yeomans in 2013 (receipt on file). It would appear to have been restored at some point (no documentation) and now requires re-commissioning and the usual safety checks and should offer a straightforward and rewarding project for the next owner. No accompanying paperwork, MOT and tax exempt See illustration
111100A 1962 Greeves 25 DCX Sportsman project, frame number 25DCX191, engine number 718D13607, blue/yellow. From deceased estate, this rare two stroke Greeves is believed to be one of only one hundred built in 250cc capacity. The bike has been stripped and re-built to a large extent but requires final assembly. The frame has been re-painted and is in rolling form with refurbished wheels and new tyres fitted. The bottom end of the engine is fitted into the frame but requires the barrels and cylinder heads fitting. It is understood that all parts are still there to finish the final assembly but it is advised that any potential purchaser satisfy themselves to the extend of parts present to complete the restoration as the Greeves will be sold strictly as seen. No accompanying paperwork, MOT and tax exempt See illustration
12750A 1960 Greeves 25DB Roadster project, frame number 60/3646, blue. From deceased estate, this 25DB Roadster has been dismantled in readiness for a full restoration. It is advised that any potential purchaser satisfy themselves to the extent of all parts present as the Greeves will be sold strictly as seen. This rare Roadster once having completed its restoration will be a great addition to any collection. No accompanying paperwork, MOT and tax exempt
13620A 1959 James Captain project, registration number MPR 851, frame number AK7-1791, maroon, from deceased estate. This James Captain has been stripped and partially restored. The frame and tin work have been re-sprayed but it would appear that all other components require restoration. It is advised that any potential purchaser satisfy themselves to the state of all components as the motorcycle will be sold strictly as seen. RF60, no MOT
14780A 1967 BSA Bantam D10 restoration project, blue. This Bantam is a true barn find having been stored in a Cornish farm barn for several decades. Now requiring a full restoration, the vendor advises us that the engine turned freely and ran when put away. The new owner will have to apply for a new log book as the original was lost in a fire. No accompanying paperwork, MOT and tax exempt
15800A 1958 AJS Model 14 restoration project, black/chrome. This AJS is a true barn find having been stored in a Cornish farm barn for several decades. Now requiring a full restoration, the vendor advises us that the engine turned freely and ran when put away. The new owner will have to apply for a new log book as the original was lost in a fire. No accompanying paperwork , MOT and tax exempt
162400A 1955 BSA C10L, registration number UTC 959, green. When the C10 reappeared after the WWII, its oil was no longer contained in a fuel tank compartment but in a separate tank bolted to the saddle tube. The girder forks were replaced by a telescopic items in 1946 and part way through 1949 an alloy cylinder head was adopted. The model ran on as an updated C10L, with alternator electrics, plunger rear suspension and four speed gearbox until its production demise in 1957. This charming C10L is presented in good condition and has been well maintained and improved by the current owner. This has included rebuilding the carburettor, replacing the clutch and numerous other consumables. The machine will be offered for auction with a history file. V5C, MOT and tax exempt See illustration
174000A 1960 BSA A10, registration number YYJ 454, frame number GA 79766, engine number DA10 8675, chrome/black. This BSA is an older restoration which still presents well and has covered less than 500 miles in the last five years with the current owner. The BSA has been fitted with some desirable performance upgrades including an aluminium cylinder head (small chip to one fin), twin leading shoe front brake and Acront aluminium rims. The BSA is now for sale due to a lack of recent use and will be offered for auction with sundry paperwork. V5C, MOT to Oct 2018, tax exempt See illustration
182700A 1980 BMW R100 RS, registration number LDF 414V, frame number 6097443, engine number 6097443, silver and blue. This BMW is being offered for sale from a small collection by the widow. The BMW has been in dry storage since it's last MOT expired in September 2016 and now requires light recommissioning. Prior to going into dry storage the motorcycle had a top end cylinder rebuild with new gaskets, O-rings, liners and stud seals. The BMW is currently fitted with stainless steel exhausts, bikini fairing and sports saddle, but will be offered for auction with the original saddle, fairing, panniers, other spares and a history file with sundry paperwork. V5C, no MOT See illustration
191900A 1957 Norton Model 50 restoration project, registration number YYA 587, frame number 71431-M13, engine number 71431-M13, silver. This Norton has formed part of a private collection and comes direct from the deceased estate. The Norton will require full restoration and will be offered for auction without reserve. RF60, V5C, MOT and tax exempt See illustration
204200A 1949 Scott Flying Squirrel, registration number VYJ 184, frame number 5282, engine number DPY 5348, black. Having formed part of a private collection this Scott is an older restoration which still presents well. From a deceased estate, the Scott has been in storage for a number of years with its last tax disk expiring in March 2010. It will now require recommissioning and the usual safety checks before taking to the road and will be offered for auction without reserve. V5C, MOT and tax exempt See illustrations
216200A 1974 Triumph T150 V Rickman Metisse cafe racer, registration number WMM 51M, engine number T150V KJ05971, blue/chrome. From a deceased estate, this beautifully built Rickman Metisse was in the registered keeper's possession since 1979. Exquisitely built with a legendary Rickman Metisse nickel chrome 531 tube frame, incorporating Marzocchi front forks with Brembo twin front disc brakes, Pat French disc brake swing arm conversion and Hagon rear shocks. The petrol tank is an aluminium item and there is a bikini fairing fitted with twin head lamps. Power is supplied by a T150 V-triple fitted with an 850cc kit, gas flowed cylinder heads, standard camshaft, Norman Hyde primary drive and hydraulic clutch. The vendor has enjoyed this exhilarating café racer including trips to the Isle of Man TT twice and winning the Sammy Miller best engineered bike amongst other trophies. V5C, MOT to June 2018 See illustrations
22500A 1983 Honda 650 XL restoration project. This large trail bike requires restoration and once completed will be quite a beast. Our vendor informs us that the Honda has a good spark which should help with starting the bike. No accompanying paperwork
230A 1981 Suzuki FZ50 restoration project, registration number GJR 966W, blue. The barn find will require full restoration after being in store for a number of years. This Suzuki will be offered for auction with a owners manual, service booklet, past MOTs and some receipts. ***V5 (no V5C)***, no MOT
245200A 1966 Norton Atlas Special, registration number JKE 463D, frame number 118130, engine number 50-E12-29506, red. This example has been restored by a previous owner incorporating an earlier engine (circa 1950) with receipts and detailed list of parts used for over £4,000 on file. Still presented in good condition the Atlas will be offered for auction with a large history file, VMCC dating certificate and its current MOT which it passed in March 2017 without any advisories. The Atlas has not been used since its last MOT and has been in storage so it is advised that the new owner carry out the usual safety checks before taking to the road. V5C, MOT to March 2018 See illustration
255500A 1930 Triumph CSD, frame number 809544, engine number 448/602926 WRM, blue. This rare 549 cc Triumph has formed part of a private collection and is offered direct from the deceased estate. It is an older restoration which still presents well and will require recommissioning and the usual safety checks before taking to the road. The Triumph will be offered for auction without reserve and has an accompanying history file with RF60 bearing the registration number TK 4469, DVLA vehicle licensing application form, owners manuals (photocopies) and cycle and sidecar brochure (photocopy). RF60, MOT, tax exempt See illustration
262600A 1978 BMW R80/7, registration number XDF 850S, ***frame number 6026207 (not 602607)***, engine number 6026207, blue. This BMW is being offered for sale from a small collection by the widow, and has been in dry storage since it's last MOT expired in March 2016. It will now require recommissioning before taking to the road. Displaying a believed genuine mileage of less than 37,600 on the odometer, this BMW will be accompanied to auction with a history file containing past MOTs and sundry paperwork. V5C, no MOT See illustration
272200A 1958 Velocette Valiant, registration number 808 YUX, frame number 1130/33, engine number V200/2361, green. One of only approximately 1600 ever made the Valiant featured a 192cc OHV boxer engine, shaft drive, cradle frame with telescopic front forks, a sportier engine cowl and swing arm rear suspension. This particular Valiant comes from a private collection. V5C, MOT and tax exempt See illustration
281000A 2004 Suzuki Van Van 125, registration number CN54 DAA, green. This low mileage Van Van has seen little use in recent times and has formed part of a private collection. We are advised that the bike runs but will require some light re-commissioning due to its time in storage. V5C, no MOT See illustration
292000A 1993 BMW K75, registration number L23 BEL, grey. This BMW K75 was purchased by our client from a previous Charterhouse auction (April 2008) has formed part of a small private collection. The BMW with 20,000 miles from new, is fitted with BMW panniers, top box and sprint fairing. Our vendor advises us that the motorcycle has recently been fitted with a new battery. V5C, MOT to Dec 2018 See illustration
302500A 1979 Yamaha DT175 MX, registration number YFO 939T, blue. In 1978 Yamaha uprated their top selling mid-range trail bike to monoshock suspension. It was an instant success and they went on to sell millions. Very few have survived as they became formidable contender for enduro, off road racing and green lane riding. Today these machines are in high demand by the very people that enjoyed them in period. This example has covered a believed genuine 7800 miles from new and has had some light restoration work. The engine, which has recently been rebuilt, has only covered approximately 300 miles so will require final running in. V5C, *** MOT to January 2019*** See illustration
312200A 1980 Yamaha DT50M, registration number SYB 484W, frame number 2M90202251, engine number 2M90202251, red. With 11,000 miles and one family owned from new, this DT50M has resided in Somerset with its two owners (brothers) with the second purchasing it direct from the first in 1983. The Yamaha is in remarkably original condition with original features throughout including the tool kit with its spare spark plug still present. The Yamaha is running and riding but having emerged from several decades in storage further fettling may be required. It will be offered for auction with two expired MOTs (December 1984 at 3,964 miles and March 1990 at 10,735 miles) and V5. V5C, no MOT See illustration
325000EXTRA LOT: A 1989 Honda GB500, registration number SIB 3424, frame number JH2PC1815KK000117,engine number PC16E-2001341, black. This extremely low mileage (approx 280 miles from new) GB500 was manufactured in 1989 and first registered on 24/6/1991 with the registration number F519 PJB, which changed to SIB 3424 in 1992. Our vendor purchased the Honda in California still in its original crate and had it shipped to the UK. Our vendor has made three subtle changes from standard, the clip-ons have been lowered to below the top stanchion; the exhaust has been changed for a more authentic (thumper) sound and the front mudguard has been replaced with a chrome example which matches the rear. All of these changes are easily reverted back to standard should the new owner wish (all original parts supplied). The Honda will be offered for auction with a 1989 Honda certificate of origin, the original invoice dated 29/3/1991, and an expired MOT dated 9/11/2001 showing zero miles on the clock and the original wallet containing owners manual and service manual. The GB500 will come to auction with some useful spares including an unused catalytic converter full length exhaust, front mudguard, toolkit, and other items. Having been made for only two years this rare Honda offers an excellent opportunity to purchase a low mileage example which would be worthy of any collection. V5C, no MOT
33320EXTRA LOT: A 2012 Yamaha YQ50 Aerox moped, registration number VO12 AOD, white. Its last MOT expired in June 2017 and will now require recommissioning. V5C, no MOT
347800A 1969 Triumph Bonneville T120, registration number VTG 95G, frame number CC14766T120, engine number CC14766T120, red/silver. This T120 was manufactured on 21 March 1969, and was dispatched to its supplying dealer Phil Jones & Sons Ltd, Rhondda, Glamorganshire, on 22 March 1969. In the current ownership, the Triumph has been extensively restored and is presented in good condition in all respects. The Triumph will be offered for auction with an accompanying history file containing a Triumph Owners Club dating certificate. V5C,***MOT to January 2019*** See illustrations
350A 1952 Douglas 80 Plus, registration number GSK 130,***frame number 11437/80 (not 11437), engine number 11437/80 (not 11181/80)****, gearbox number 80/401, maroon. This rare matching numbers Douglas is believed to be one of only 268 produced making it a desirable model. Our vendor advises us that the Douglas has recently been rebuilt with the engine having a reconditioned crank, rebore and new Honda pistons. The wheels have been rebuilt with new spokes, the headlight and saddle are new items and the magneto, dynamo and speedo have all been reconditioned. The accompanying history file contains letters from the owners club detailing that the original supplying dealer was W Coombes of Allrington who took delivery on 27th August 1951, DVLA history showing previous owners since 1991, various tax discs and sundry paperwork. V5C, MOT and tax exempt See illustrations
366200A 1958 Norton ES2 Clubman café racer, registration number GSK 816, black/aluminium. This Norton Clubman café racer has been built by Somerton Motorcycle Engineering to a high standard, incorporating a Mike Pemberton of Pushrod Performance rebuilt engine. Further performance goodies include a twin leading shoe front brake, BTH magneto, Mikuni carburettor, aluminium central oil tank, aluminium Sprint fuel tank, fly screen, aluminium primary chain guard, Norton Commando clutch, aluminium wheel rims with Avon tyres, rev-counter plus numerous other items associated in the comprehensive build. All of this work has certainly paid off as this machine has been used in various Vintage Motorcycle Club events including the Isle of Man closed road lap where it achieved an unofficial time of 39 minutes 42 seconds at 57 miles per hour. Coming to auction direct from the builder, this exciting and competitive café racer offers tremendous value at the guide price when compared to creating a similar specification Norton from scratch. V5C, MOT exempt, tax exempt See illustration
370A 1988 Gilera Nuovo Saturno 350cc, registration number E228 NTC, No 17, yellow. This rare Italian sporting single is one of the original batch of 50 imported. By simply owning a Saturno you immediately join a select batch of riders. The Italian/Japanese designed singe featured a DOHC engine, Dell-Orto carboration and Brembo brakes. Finished in yellow this Saturno has been in store for the last three or four years but has been regularly started and run up and down the client's drive to keep everything moving, and will be offered for auction with a spare seat unit (new) and screen. V5C, no MOT See illustration
380A 1960 Gilera Rossa Extra 124, registration number XSL 261, red and white. Gilera have an illustrious racing pedigree, but it was the sale of their road bikes which paid the bills. They were a rare sight on British roads in period due to their cost compared to the British contemporaries. The majority sold were lightweight sports machines similar to the Rossa Extra we have the pleasure in offering for auction, which has been restored by a previous owner and is presented in excellent condition. V5C, MOT and tax exempt See illustration
391600A circa 1948 BSA B33 restoration project, engine number YB 33 2559, black. This B33 has formed part of a private collection and is offered for auction direct from the deceased estate. It will require full restoration, and will be sold without reserve. No accompanying paperwork, MOT and tax exempt
40650A 1964 Phillips Panda, registration number CAD 28B, red. This charming moped is said by the vendor to start easily from hot or cold. He also informs us that all of the tin work is original and has been partially re-painted, all lights and electrics are currently in working order. The Panda is currently on SORN and will be MOT exempt from 2018. V5C, ***MOT to July 2018***
41580A 1983 MZ TS125, registration number A507 VMH, red. This learner legal 125 is said by the vendor to start easily hot or cold and has recently had new piston rings fitted. V5C, MOT to July 2018
42620A 1980 Honda 250 scrambler restoration project. No accompanying paperwork
433000A 1977 Suzuki GS 750, registration number YEL 542S, engine number GS750-43873, frame number GS750-33283, ***red (not blue)***. In 1976 Suzuki launched their new 750 onto the world market. It was a departure from their usual two strokes and featured a DOHC four cylinder engine which as they said in their launch publicity 'Superbike Performance, Road Race Handling And They Won't Suspect Til You Show 'Em'. This example has covered a less than 19000 miles from new and was originally an American supplied machine. Our vendor says that the Suzuki is generally in original condition but has benefited from some refreshing including a respray of the tank and side panels, replacement of the headlamp, saddle covering and the fitting of non standard indicators. The exhaust down pipes are the original items which are now extremely rare. Large Japanese sports bikes from the 1970s have now become extremely collectable and desirable with enthusiasts and collectors and this example with its low mileage should appeal to both. V5C, MOT to September 2018
446200A 2014 Harley Davidson DYNA Switchback sidecar combination, French registered, frame number 5HD1GZMC2DC330226, red. With one owner and 300 km from new, this Harley sidecar combination was originally purchased by our client when he resided in South Africa from Harley-Davidson Cape Town (original purchase receipt on file). Since then both he and the Harley have moved to France. Now living on a barge the decision was taken to move the combination to England for sale as the sidecar position makes the combination road legal for British roads which it is not in France and other Continental countries. Having only covered a low mileage, the combination will still need running in. The Harley will be offered for sale with a copy of its South African certificate of registration, French documentation, original bill of sale, service receipt and DataDot certificate. French registered, no MOT See illustrations
450A 1976 Triumph Bonneville T140V, registration number TRJ 349R, frame number T140V NP78143, engine number T140V NP78143, maroon/cream. According to records taken from the Triumph Owners Club dating certificate this Bonneville was manufactured on 27th October 1976 and was dispatched on 1st March 1977 to Triumph Motorcycles America IN. The Bonneville was re-imported in 1994 and remained in storage until our vendor purchased and registered the motorcycle earlier this year. During his ownership he has recommissioned the Triumph (receipts on file) and the Triumph was MOT'd which it passed without any advisories. Now ready to be enjoyed the Triumph will be offered with an accompanying history file. V5C, MOT to September 2018 See illustration
460A 1955/6 Gimson 65 Sport, ***not UK registered***, bronze and cream. This rare Spanish light weight is one from the company's second generation of production between 1955 and 1982. This particular example has been fully restored by the vendor, a motorcycle engineer, to a high standard. It features a two speed gearbox, pressed steel frame and 65cc two stroke engine of their own design. Now ready to be enjoyed by the next owner, it will be an enviable addition to any collection. ***No V5C only an old Spanish paperwork***, MOT and tax exempt See illustration
473500A 1960 AJS Model 20, registration number OSJ 798, frame number A75878, engine number 52664, blue. Introduced in 1948 Associated Motor Cycles AJS model 20 and sibling Matchless G9 followed the established style of traditional parallel twin engines but were unusual in having a third central crankshaft main bearing. This 1960 example was not registered until 1962 carrying the registration number 500 LRD and was supplied by WW Waters & Sons, Welwyn Garden City, Hertfordshire to its first registered owner. Our vendor acquired the AJS in 1998. The motorcycle was checked over and the engine was stripped but found to be in good condition, which in turn meant that no major works were required. Now presented in honest original condition, this AJS has been used for club runs and tours, even venturing onto the continent on one occasion. This AJS will be offered for auction with a history file containing receipts, past MOTs and dating certificate. RF60, V5, V5C, MOT to June 2018 See illustration
482000A 1960 Vespa Douglas L2 125, registration number 210 YUT, frame number DA20865, engine number DA20865, Powder blue. This Vespa has been fully restored by our vendor down to the very last nut and bolt and has only covered an extremely modest four miles since. As can be seen from the catalogue image, the Vespa has been pride of place in the vendor's sitting room and very handsome it looks too. The Vespa is offered for auction with a history file including a dating certificate and some useful spares including an engine. V5C, no MOT See illustration
498100A 1970 Triumph TR6 Trophy, registration number AVK 271H, frame number GD 54826 TR6, engine number GD 54826 TR6, Spring gold. Triumph Trophy was the first purpose built street scrambler both capable of being used on America's desert tracks or equally at home on the daily commute. With its single carburettor engine many people feel that it is more desirable than it's sibling Bonneville. This Trophy is presented in restored condition in the very distinctive colour of Spring gold. A Europian specification model, it was originally exported to the supplying dealer Stokvis and Zonen, Rotterdam, Holland on 26th June 1970. Our vendor has decided to dispose of the Triumph because he feels that it is too good for him to use. V5C, MOT to August 2018 See illustrations
505500A 2007 Harley Davidson Road King, French registered, frame number 5HD1FBW166Y690174, blue. With 11,000 km from new, this Harley Davidson Road King has formed part of a small collection of Harleys and was purchased and registered by our client in South Africa before moving to France. Since relocating to France our client now resides on a barge so the decision was made to sell his collection of Harleys in Britain. The Road King will be offered for sale with a history file containing a copy of its South African certificate of registration, French documentation, receipts and bill of sale from Harley Davidson Cape Town. French registered, no MOT See illustrations
513400A 1968 Lambretta Li 150 Special, registration number NOW 84F, bronze. This Lambretta is a little different from the norm. This older restoration has been breathed upon by the well respected scooter tuners Taffspeed and features a hot 225 TSI engine with a racing crankshaft, 34mm Amal carburettor and racing expansion exhaust. The vendor advises us that the scooter has only covered 600 miles since the engine rebuild, and is somewhat rapid having seen 90 mph on the speedo on one occasion. Other noteworthy improvements include a 12 volt electrical system. The Lambretta is offered for auction with a history file and offers tremendous performance and exclusivity to the next scooter enthusiast. V5C, no MOT See illustration
521900A 1998 Honda Blackbird CBR1100, registration number R65 FRO, special order blue with 20,000 miles from new, this Blackbird has formed part of a small private collection and has had one previous owner, prior to being purchased by our vendor. It has service history and previous MOTs to substantiate the very low mileage. The Honda was specially painted at a cost of £600 by the supplying dealer for the first owner. It has Autocom, GIVI luggage and Garmin sat nav fitted, which the vendor says has made the Honda a great touring bike. Now offered for auction with the history file containing service receipts, original brochure, purchase receipt, handbooks and two sets of keys, the vendor advises us that the Honda was last serviced on the 10 May 2017 and is ready to be enjoyed by the next owner. V5C, MOT to May 2018 See illustration
533000A 1958 Gilera 175 Sport, registration number 5620 WB, frame number 189/3592, engine number 189/3592, red. This Moto Giro eligible Gilera has formed part of a private collection. A previous concours winning example (trophies included) is still presented in good condition. ***The Gilera will be offered for auction with an original owners manual (in English) and parts manual (in Italian)*** and sundry paperwork. V5C, MOT and tax exempt See illustration
543800A 1979 Harley Davidson FLH-80 Electra Glide (Shovelhead) project, French registered, frame number 3G52598H9, black. This Electra Glide project has formed part of a small private collection of Harley Davidson's and was purchased by our vendor in South Africa prior to relocating to France. The Electra Glide has had considerable works already carried out including an engine re-build by Harley Davidson Cape Town with Jacobs crankshaft, chromed wheels and hubs, Harley Davidson springer front forks, new tyres, re-chromed and brass plated engine components, new shock absorbers, new seals, new brake pads, new high performance coil and HT leads, new indicators, new tank caps, new filters, new fuel lines, new stainless steel shrouding for wiring and fuel lines, pannier pegs and various other components. Now ready for re-assembly and final completion to the next owners liking this classic Harley will be offered for sale with a history file containing French documentation, a copy of it's South African certificate of registration and general correspondence. French registered, no MOT See illustration
551500EXTRA LOT: A 1989 Yamaha FJ1200, registration number F505 EYC, black. This sports bike will be offered for with past MOTs. V5C, MOT to April 2018
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590A 1957 BSA A10 Super Rocket Goldstar replica, registration number 272 XUW, frame number EA7 10903, ***engine number CA10R 4798 (not CA10R 4768)***, aluminium/black. This Goldstar replica was originally despatched in original guise as a Super Rocket to Hap Alzina California USA on 7th June 1957. It is now presented as a Goldstar replica and has been upgraded with an aluminium cylinder head, clip ons, rear sets, aluminium fuel tank and Superleggera top yoke. In the current ownership the BSA has recently had a top end engine rebuild with new pistons and valves, the wheels have been rebuilt with stainless steel rims and spokes and new tyres and tubes have been fitted. This purposeful café racer is offered for auction with BSA dating certificate and sundry paperwork. V5C, MOT and tax exempt See illustrations
603800A 1977 Triumph Bonneville T140V, unregistered, maroon and white. This very original Bonneville has recently been imported from the USA by the vendor. It is presented in very original condition and displays just over 16000 miles on the odometer which could be correct when one views the overall condition. The Triumph has had a general check over but will require further fettling and checks before obtaining its first MOT and being registered with DVLA. The vendor advises us that all paperwork is in order to register the motorcycle. No accompanying paperwork, no MOT See illustrations
610A 1996 Harley Davidson Heritage Softail Classic sidecar combination, French registered, frame number 1HD1BJL43KY015257, blue and cream. With 13,000 miles from new, this classic Harley Davidson combination has formed part of a small collection of Harleys. Previously registered in South Africa prior to our vendor relocating to France. Our client who lives on a barge, has made the decision to sell his collection in England due to the combination being road legal in Britain which it is not in France or other Continental countries. This low mileage Softail will be offered for auction with both South African and French documentation, receipts, and general correspondence. French registered, no MOT See illustrations
626500A 1952 Ariel Square Four restoration project, registration number OYA 731,***frame number SV 881 (not SB 881)***, engine number TM 900, maroon. This 1000cc post war Square Four has formed part of a private collection and is offered for sale direct from a deceased estate. It will require full restoration having been in storage for a number of years. It will come to auction with some spares including an incomplete engine and will be offered for auction without reserve. RF60, V5C, MOT and tax exempt See illustration
63850A circa 1950 AJS M18/Matchless G80 restoration project, ***engine number 47/G80L5274 (not A7/G80L5274)***, red. This Associated Motor Cycles (AMC) project formed part of a private collection and is offered for auction direct from a deceased estate. It will be offered without reserve. No accompanying paperwork, MOT and tax exempt See illustration
643600A 1979 Honda CB400/Four, registration number FRP 945T, frame number CB400F2-1087437, ***engine number CB400F-E-1083259 (not CB400F-E-1083258)***, red. The Honda 400/Four was many a school boys dream machine in the late 1970s with their ground breaking design. With 500cc performance in a 250cc size frame they handled brilliantly and had style featuring the innovative four cylinder engine, rear set foot rests and a cool four into one exhaust. This particular F2 example comes direct from a private collection and the vendor advises us that the Honda has been restored and is offered for auction with a run of MOTs. V5C, no MOT See illustration
656800A 1964 Royal Enfield Interceptor Mk I, registration number DRC 95B, chrome/red. For 1962 Royal Enfield introduced their all new 736cc parallel twin which was installed in the all new 750 Interceptor. Built to satisfy the North American market's insatiable appetite for ever larger engines, the Interceptor was closely based on the Constellation but with added refinement of a dynamically balanced crankshaft. Although it sold in relatively small numbers when compared to the more popular BSA and Triumph twins, the big Interceptor had a character all of its own and today it commands a loyal following. This example has been fully restored by the vendor to high standard, and has seen relatively few road miles since completion. Now being sold due to the vendor finding it more difficult to kick over the large twin and with its relatively heavy weight he is finding it harder to ride. The Enfield will be offered for auction with a history file and would be an enviable addition to any collection. V5C, no MOT, tax exempt See illustration
666500A 1964 Triumph TRW, registration number 961 KAC, frame number 28984NA, silver. Ex Royal Signals White Helmet Display Team. The TRW was developed in the immediate post war WWII years to fulfil the demands of the British Military Contracts for a no nonsense and robust work horse motorcycle. They followed traditional lines with a side valve parallel twin 500cc displacement engine, telescopic front forks and rigid frame. Many were subsequently offered to the general public at the end of their service life. This particular TRW was supplied on loan by Triumph to the world famous Royal Signals White Helmet Display Team. The vendor advises us that the Triumph received a new works replacement engine when the bike was returned for service after the first season. It still retains this engine today and carries the original engine number. He further advises us that the motorcycle is presented in good older restored condition. The Triumph will be offered for auction with a copy of the works record confirming its White Helmet Display Team status, photographs of the bike in action, an original white helmet and miscellaneous items. Coming direct from the serviceman, who rode this bike in period, it offers the next custodian an opportunity to own a piece of motorcycle history. V5C, MOT to April 2018, tax exempt See illustrations
677800A 1978 Cotton 250cc LCRS ex junior TT road racer, unregistered, red. This rare Cotton works bike is one of three that competed at the 1978 Isle of Man TT races where it finished 38th in the junior TT ridden by Ron Haslam finishing in a time of 2 hours 8 minutes and 55.4 seconds at an average speed of 87.79 mph. The bike was subsequently sold to John Baker who rode the road racer until the mid 1980s where upon the machine went into storage. It was purchased by our vendor in 2004. On acquiring the Cotton it was found to be in a sorry state and a full restoration was carried out, including a rebuild of the water cooled Rotax engine and six speed gearbox. Since completing the restoration the vendor has used the Cotton on various parade laps at classic motorcycle meetings where it has always been admired. No accompanying paperwork See illustrations
689000A 1983 Ducati Darmah 900, registration number APD 941Y, frame number 950635, engine number 904423, red and white. With less than 24,500 kilometres from new, this beautifully presented low mileage Ducati has been in the current enthusiast ownership for the last ten years. Over that time the mileage has risen from 23362 km to 24257 km. Finished in red and white with a single seat (pillion saddle supplied) and bikini fairing, it looks every inch the Italian thoroughbred and on our inspection to take the catalogue photograph it started easily from cold and sounded fantastic. Having recently been fitted with a new clutch, new front and rear discs and pads, this exciting sports machine is ready to go and will be offered for auction with a history file containing hand books, previous MOTs and receipts. V5C, MOT to June 2018 See illustrations
697000A 1935 Cotton JAP 25J restoration project, frame number 12245, engine number KO/2/D41287S, maroon and black. The Gloucester based Cotton motorcycle manufacturer made its reputation in the 1920s with a string of racing successes including the Isle of Man TT junior event with its finest achievement being the 250 lightweight race in 1926 where it finished first, second and third. This rare twinport OHV 500 JAP engine single comes from a deceased estate and appears in original condition. The Cotton has formed part of a collection of unrestored motorcycles and will be offered for auction without reserve. The Cotton requires full restoration and is accompanied to auction with it's original RF60 logbook bearing the registration number ART 710. RF60, MOT and tax exempt See cover and other illustration
703400A 1964 Triumph Tiger 90, registration number BSV 957, frame number H36236, engine number H36236, blue. According to the Triumph Certificate of Authenticity and Science Museum Library letter (dated 11th February 1987), this Tiger 90 was assembled at Merridon on 16th September 1964 and was dispatched to the supplying agent Jones, Ronnda on 25th September 1964) whereupon it was sold to a Mr R C Corrie on 28th December 1964. Mr Corrie would register the Triumph on 1st January 1965 carrying the registration number CTX 81C. Believed to be a low mileage example with matching frame and engine numbers, it has recently had an engine rebuild and other replacement parts including cables, front wheelbearings, new headlight and tune up. The vendor now advises us that the Triumph is running well and is ready to be enjoyed. An accompanying history file contains the aforementioned certificate and letter, a list of previous owners, club magazines and expired MOTs. V5C, no MOT, tax exempt See illustration
710A 2007 Triumph Bonneville T100 scrambler, registration number WA07 AYS, white and red. This very low mileage (1,100 miles from new) Bonneville was originally supplied by Total Triumph, Wellington, Somerset to it's original owner a Mr Geoffrey Wood from Cullompton, Devon. Mr Tooze (deceased) purchased the Triumph in 2015 from Treen Motors Crediton, with ownership passing on to Mr Tooze's widow who registered the Triumph in her name on 19/3/2016. The T100 has been in dry storage since September 2016 and will require recommissioning, but having such a low mileage and previous good upkeep hopefully this should prove straightforward. The Triumph is currently fitted with low level exhaust pipes but the standard high level pipes and heat shields are present should the next owner wish to fit them. The T100 is offered for sale with its original dealer pack, bill of sale, pre-delivery inspection form, SORNs and sundry paperwork. V5C, no MOT See illustration
720A 1968 Bridgestone 350GTR, registration number SDM 267F, frame number 64913, engine number 04994, blue. When was the last time you saw one of these? The super rare 350GTR was a highly regarded middle weight in period with its disc-valve induction, parallel twin engine and high quality construction. Very few were imported into Britain meaning they are one of the rarest two strokes seen on British roads. This example is beautifully presented and comes direct from a private collection. The Bridgestone was restored in 2000 and has seen little road use since. Having had only three owners and covering a low mileage of 16,898 miles in total (speedo change at 12,264 miles) it must be one of the best examples available. The Bridgestone will be offered for auction with a history file containing previous MOT's, hand books and sundry paperwork. It should be noted that the vendor has numerous spares for the motorcycle which can be purchased by the new owner if they so wish. V5C, MOT to June 2018 See illustration
730EXTRA LOT: A 1999 ex White Helmets Display Team Triumph TR7V 750cc, registration number Q194 GPR, black/maroon. This Triumph, as an ex White Helmets Display bike, which was first registered for the road in 2001. Having been in storage since its last MOT expired in April 2007 it will require recommisioning and the usual safety checks before obtaining a new MOT. With the White Helmets being decommissioned in 2017 this Triumph offers and excellent opportunity to purchase a piece of British motorcycling history. V5C, no MOT
743600EXTRA LOT: A TriBSA Triumph T110 Trials combination, registration number Q583 RAE, red/aluminium. This Alan Brown framed combination was built with a T110 650cc engine, AMC gearbox, and Norton front forks. Alan was a well known builder and competitor in the Bristol and wider area with his machines having a good reputation for being competitive and well built. V5C, no MOT
75780EXTRA LOT: A 1988 Honda CBR600F, registration number E415 CAO, red and black. This sports bike will be offered for with past MOTs. V5C, MOT to September 2018
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785000A 1946 Velocette MAC 350, registration number FF 6359, black. This beautifully restored rigid frame MAC has formed part of a small private collection. The engine has recently been rebuilt and all other items including frame, wheels and chrome work have seen a similar attention to detail. The Velocette is now only for sale due to our vendor finishing his motorcycling career. The Velocette will be offered for auction with a history file. V5C, MOT and tax exempt See illustration
790A 1990 Honda CB450 DX, registration number H994 FLK, red. This low mileage CB450 has been owned by a mature VMCC member. The Honda has been well maintained and has covered just over 12,000 miles from new. V5C, MOT to March 2018 See illustration
800A 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
811800A 1980 Honda C90, registration number NLC 324V, red. With less than 8000 miles from new, this original C90 has had four owners from new. Our vendor says the overall condition and in particular the original paint work is of note. There is however, a dent/crease on the rear tail light bracket. The Honda has its original tool kit, lots of documentation including owners handbook, service book, old tax discs and copy of the original vehicle registration document. Originally supplied to its first owner who resided in Ealing, London, most of the recorded mileage would appear to have been completed by the first owner. The vendor was advised by the widow of the original owner that the bike was discovered in the basement when clearing out the house and sold back to the original supplying dealer. The dealer sold the Honda to the third owner in March 2012 and our vendor purchased the bike direct from him in June 2017 in non-running condition. With fresh fuel and a recharged battery the bike was up and running and sailed through its MOT which it passed with flying colours. V5C, MOT to July 2018 See illustration
822600A 1973 Honda CB450 K6, unregistered, black. This very original CB450 has recently been imported by our vendor from Florida. The motorcycle is in remarkable original condition with a believed genuine mileage (less than 6000 miles) that is commensurate with the overall condition of the motorcycle, it still even has its original Japanese front tyre fitted. The vendor informs us that the Honda has been cleaned and had a general check over but will require some further fettling and commissioning before obtaining its first MOT and registration. He further advises us that all VOSA paperwork and documentation is in order. No accompanying paperwork, no MOT See illustration
831750A 2007 Royal Enfield Bullet 350, registration number OU07 HHA, black. This 350 Royal Enfield has been in dry storage for some time and will require some light re-commissioning and MOTing before taking to the road. V5C, no MOT See illustration
840A 1981 Suzuki RV90, registration number UUB 301W, blue. This low mileage RV90 has seen little use in recent times forming part of a private collection. It will require light re-commissioning and MOTing before taking to the road. V5C, no MOT See illustration
854800A 1977 Honda 400/Four, registration number PVJ 907R, frame number CB400F-1066425, engine number CB400F-E-1062222, yellow. The Honda 400/Four offered a ground breaking package during the 1960s. With 500cc performance in a 250cc size frame, they handled brilliantly and had style-a-plenty with the innovative four cylinder engine, rear set foot rests and cool four into one exhaust. They would become many a school boy's dream machine. This 400/Four comes direct from a private collection and has been restored by the vendor. The Honda passed its last MOT without any advisories and will be offered for auction ****without a history file (not with a history file)***. V5C, MOT to July 2018 See illustration
862200A 1963 Ariel Leader, registration number 944 TYD, frame number T32320B, engine number T32320B, red/white. This Ariel Leader was supplied by Wyverns of Bridgwater, with its first registered keeper being a Mr Brian Spencer Bell. All of the following owners have resided in Somerset and it was with the last for over 30 years. Having been in storage for several decades, this original and unmolested example will require recommissioning and fettling, but the vendor informs us that the engine turns freely with good compression. It is believed that the odometer reading of 38,063 miles is genuine, as the last keeper bought the Ariel with the intention of it being his first road bike but never found the time to get it road ready. This Ariel, with a transferable registration number, will be offered with a history file containing the original RF60, a continuation logbook, V5, an MOT issued in 1976 (38,004 miles), original spares list, owner's guide, owner's club literature and general information. V5C, no MOT, tax exempt See illustration
876183.75A 1976 Honda 750/Four, registration number PKO 251R, frame number CB750-2578474, ***engine number CB750E-2468272 (not CB750E-2466272)***, red. Honda's CB750/Four is highly sought after and regarded by collectors today for their trend setting design and technical achievements in a production motorcycle. With their inline four cylinder engine, disc front brake, five speed gearbox, electric start and distinctive four silencer exhaust system. This instantly made the opposition look obsolete overnight and are truly an iconic design. This 750/Four has formed part of a private collection and it's presented in restored condition. Our vendor advises us that the Honda has recently been fitted with a new battery and passed its last MOT without any advisories. The Honda will be offered for auction with a history file containing previous MOTs, tax discs, and photographs. V5C, MOT to July 2018 See illustration
881800A 1969 Honda ST50, registration number BGU 819G, red. This iconic 60s Honda will require light re-commissioning having been part of a private collection and seeing little use in recent times. V5C, no MOT See illustration
893200A circa 1938 Levis SP5, unregistered, engine number HT491 32078, black. During their short production life (1911-1940) the Levis company gained an enviable reputation for quality and performance. They had significant successes during the 1920s in the Isle of Man TT races taking 1st, 2nd and 3rd in the 1920 Junior TT amongst other noteworthy successes. From a deceased estate this late 1930s example has been restored to a great extent but still requires final fettling including the fitting of a headlamp and painting of the petrol tank. Unfortunately there is no accompanying paperwork except an owner's handbook and so any prospective purchaser will have to apply for a new registration document from DVLA. No accompanying paperwork See illustration
901500A 1996 Honda CBR1000F, registration number N698 MFC, black with 10,000 miles from new, this sports tourer has been maintained to a high standard by its three registered keepers. Originally supplied by Abingdon Motors, Oxfordshire at a cost of £7,072.20 (original bill of sale on file). It passed its most recent MOT in July 2017 without any advisories. Now being offered for sale with its original bill of sale, warranty and service booklets, a run of MOTs verifying the mileage and receipts. V5C, MOT to July 2018 See illustration
911100A 1979 Suzuki SP400 classic racing/parade motorcycle, not registered, red, from deceased estate. This racing motorcycle has been built as a classic road racer or parade bike and is eligible for CRMC Group 2 Period 3 racing. The built specification is comprehensive and includes the following amongst numerous modifications and special tuning items: A lightened frame with RX swinging arm (to allow wider tyre width), Hagon shocks, Akront aluminium rims, uprated brakes with EBC racing pads, lightened front disc brake, AP CP3125 adjustable front brake master cylinder, adjustable Tomaselli handlebars, Showa forks, Scitsu electronic taco, replica Vic Camp glass fibre seat with integral engine breather/catch tank, glass fibre fuel tank and Meadspeed RG500 Mk III fairing. The engine has been bored and stroked to increase the capacity to 493cc, the cylinder head has been rebuilt with new (larger) Nucleus valves, valve springs, seats, guides, and the ports have been gas flowed, with reshaped combustion chamber. There is a new Newman camshaft fitted and the carburetor is a 40mm Amal Mk II fitted with K&N filter with alloy bellmouth, plus other numerous items. The Suzuki will be offered with some spares including an engine and starter rollers. No accompanying paperwork See illustration
928800A 1967 Triumph Bonneville T120, registration number RBP 320E, frame number T120-DU-43620, engine number T120-DU-43620, orange and white. This beautifully restored home market Bonneville has formed part of a small private collection. Having seen little use in recent times and the imminent loss of it's storage site, the decision has been made to sell the Triumph, which will be offered for auction with an accompanying history file. V5C, MOT and tax exempt See illustrations
937000A 1939 Velocette GTP, registration number DCY 5, black, from deceased estate. Velocette's 250cc 2 stroke appeared on the market in 1930 and was the ultimate expression of their 2 stroke models. It wasn't a built to a price utility model but was a lightweight sporting motorcycle which incorporated some advanced design features such as coil ignition and pumped lubrication control by the throttle. This example comes direct from a deceased estate. It still retains its original transferable registration number and has been in storage since its last MOT expired in 2011. Now requiring recommissioning this original example offers and opportunity to acquire a rare Velocette. V5C, MOT and tax exempt See illustration
945600A 1968 Norton Atlas, registration number WWA 104F, frame number 20111916, ***engine number 202125664 (not 20/125664/P)***, red and black. This beautifully restored Norton has formed part of a private collection. During the restoration the opportunity was taken to improve the specification including the fitting of electronic ignition, belt primary drive, stainless steel wheel rims and spokes, a front disc conversion, a micro oil cut out switch, stainless steel handlebars and fittings throughout and a folding kickstart. The last MOT expired in 2016 and since then the Norton has been in storage. The Norton will be offered for sale with an accompanying history file. V5C, no MOT See illustration
954500A 1958 BSA A10, registration number 133 XUN, frame number FA7-1163, engine number DA10-1058, red. Having formed part of a small private collection this A10 has been restored by the vendor to a high standard. Having seen little use recently and the imminent loss of its storage site the decision has been made to sell the BSA, which will be offered for auction with an accompanying history file. V5C, MOT and tax exempt See illustration
961800A 2001 Royal Enfield Bullet 500, registration number OE51 HSD, silver. With less than 1500 miles from new, this Bullet is the more unusual 500cc variety (much rarer than its 350cc sibling). The motorcycle is said by the vendor to be in good condition and running. V5C, MOT to February 2018 See illustration
974500A 1959 BSA A10, registration number 239 LHA, ***frame number GA7684 (not GA7 884), engine number DA109498 (not DA109496)***, black. Having formed part of a small private collection this A10 has been restored by the vendor to a high standard. Having seen little recent use this and the imminent loss of its storage site the decision has been made to sell the BSA which will be offered for auction with a history file. V5C, MOT and tax exempt See illustration
9824500A 1940 Indian Chief, registration number MMK 9, red. Is there a more iconic shape in American motorcycle history than the fully skirted Indian Chief. They are instantly recognisable and very collectable today. They even appealed to movie stars with the one and only Steve McQueen owning a 1940s example for many years. This Chief, we have the pleasure in offering for auction, has been restored to an excellent standard by Nick De Bidaph (the son of Sybil and Michael who founded the Indian Riders Club (GB)). It still retains its original and valuable registration number which was issued in 1946. Having formed part of a private collection the vendor has taken the decision to dispose of the Indian because he feels it is not getting the use it deserves. This iconic American beast will be accompanied to auction with a history file and offers the next custodian an opportunity to purchase a fully restored example which is ready to be shown or ridden. V5C, MOT and Tax exempt See illustration