Results – August 2018 Bike Sale

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Hammer
Description
11000A 1978 Fantic 200 twin shock trials, red. We are advised by the vendor, that this twin shock trials is running and is in original condition. Having formed part of a small collection, the Fantic has not seen much competition use recently. No accompanying paperwork See illustration
23000A 1935 Ariel Red Hunter VN SP 500cc, unregistered, frame number Y8607, engine number KA1273, red/silver. This Red Hunter is being offered for auction by the widow of the gentleman who restored it. The Ariel still requires final assembling but during the restoration the engine and gearbox have been rebuilt, the frame has been refurbished and repainted as have the other items of tinwork, the wheels have been rebuilt, a new exhaust has been fitted, the petrol tank has been repainted and numerous other components have been replaced. Components that still require replacements are the handle bar grips, primary chain case, headlamp, pillion seat, fish tail exhaust, rear back light and cables. The Ariel will be offered for auction with a history file containing numerous receipts for parts purchased, dating certificate, parts list, photographs of the motorcycle pre and post restoration and magazines. Now requiring final assembly this 500cc Red Hunter offers an excellent opportunity to stamp your own identity on one of the best looking pre-war models See illustration
3850A 2000 Honda CBR 600F, registration number W357 TDV, West racing colours. This CBR was originally supplied by Honda main agents Bridge of Exeter. Having covered less than 35,000 miles from new, the Honda had been in storage since its previous MOT expired in June 2016 but has recently been recommissioned and MOT'd. The Honda is offered for sale with an accompanying history file containing its original warranty and service book, receipts and previous MOTs. V5C, MOT to May 2019 See illustration
41500A 1960 BSA A7 500cc, South African Military issue, registration number 276 YUT, green. This A7 was part of a military contract to supply motorcycles to the South American Army in Pretoria. The BSA has formed part of a private collection, and is presented in good condition with matching numbers. The A7 will be offered for auction with a history file. V5C, MOT and tax exempt See illustration
52500A 1946 BSA C11, registration number XBV 422, frame number XC10T 9227, engine number BC11 4130, silver/black. The BSA 250cc C11 was introduced in 1939 and would remain in production until 1956. It would be continually developed through its production with the biggest change coming in 1951 when the plunger rear suspension became available. This rigid rear frame C11 has recently been restored and features a later engine. The history file contains a dating certificate stating that the frame was despatched on 31st October 1946 to Mr G Ray from Bournemouth and the engine is from a machine despatched to Fosters (Motors) Ltd, Chorley on the 2nd February 1953, photographs and DVLA documentation. V5C, MOT and tax exempt See illustration
61200A 1956 BSA B31, registration number 275 YUT, red. The B31 was the first new model introduced after WWII by BSA. They featured a 350cc engine, rigid frame and telescopic forks. The model continuously developed through its production life. This B31 comes direct from a private collection. It is a full swing arm model which has been uprated with a GB33 500cc engine to create a B33 to all intents and purposes. The well presented machine will be offered for auction with a history file. V5C, MOT and tax exempt See illustration
7920A 1952 Bown 98cc 1F, registration number NFJ 415, red. The Bown marque was made in Llwynpia Tonypandy in South Wales in the 1950s as a revised version of the Aberdale autocycle initially utilising Villiers 98 and 125cc engines, until the mid 1950s when the company changed to Fichtel & Sachs power units. This rare early Villiers engine machine is presented in original condition and has been in the vendor's possession for many years. The Bown comes to auction with a history file and spare dismantled engine. V5C, MOT and tax exempt See illustration
8450A 1992 Kawasaki ZR750 Zephyr, registration number J95 UUK red. Coming direct from a collection, this ZR750 Zephyr has been in storage since its last MOT expired in April 2018. It is said to be running but now requires some light re-commissioning before obtaining a new MOT and taking to the road. V5C, no MOT See illustration
90A 1980 BMW 100 RS café racer, registration number PRY 99W, R90S colours. This beautifully presented café racer is a homage to the legendary R90S BMW top of the range sports bike of the early 1970s. This café racer has had thousands of pounds spent to create this machine with a folder full of receipts and history. The bike has covered a believed 41,000 miles from new, with every part on the bike either powder coated or polished stainless steel. This BMW really is a credit to its builder and our vendor says that the bike runs and sounds great and attracts a good deal of attention. V5C, no MOT or tax See illustrations
104750A 1983 Triumph Bonneville T140W TSS, registration number FAD 269Y, black/red. Launched in 1982 the TSS was Triumph's last model to leave the Meriden factory. Aimed at the US marked, the Triumph featured an 8 valve cylinder head and electric start. With only 438 being made, this is one of the rarer variants and survivors. This example is presented in original condition and has had four owners from new including the vendor. The Triumph was last MOT'd in 2010 and will now require some recommissioning before taking to the road. It is also believed that the motorcycle has covered only 9200 miles from new. The TSS comes direct from a private collection and will be offered for auction with a history file. V5C, MOT and tax exempt See illustrations
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161500A 1959 Norton Jubilee, registration number 689 XVA, frame number 85944, engine number 85944R17, red/white. Launched at the 1958 Earls Court Motorcycle Show, the new 250cc Jubilee was named after the 60th anniversary of Norton. Aimed at the new learner law rider who could only ride a motorcycle up to 250cc on L plates, they became very popular and were Norton's only lightweight offering. This example is running and has had some works carried out. The engine has been stripped and reassembled after inspection without any significant work being needed, the tinwork has been repainted except for the tank which would benefit from respraying and the exhaust and wheels are in good condition. The Norton will be offered for sale with a history file. V5C, MOT and tax exempt See illustration
17500A 1979 Honda CB200E, registration number CLA 604T, red. This once plentiful commuter bike is now rare and collectible. Presented in original condition, it has passed its most recent MOT (June 2018), without any advisories and will be offered for sale with a history file containing previous MOTs. V5, V5C, MOT to June 2019 See illustration
183200A 1959 Triumph 3T Twenty One, registration number CCU 114, frame number 119457, engine number H13880, blue. This original 3T Twenty One has recently been recommissioned after being in storage since its last MOT expired in 2013. The Triumph will be offered with a history file containing previous MOTs, DVLA MOT history and SORNs. V5, V5C, MOT and tax exempt See illustration
192300A 1961 BSA A10 Gold Flash, registration number 750 KRL, chrome and black. This A10 comes direct from a private collection of BSAs and Triumphs. A rare alternator and dynamo model (one off approx. 500) was originally registered to the Cornish Police Force. It is a matching numbers machine which still carries its original registration number. The BSA will be offered for auction with a history file. V5C, MOT and tax exempt See illustration
204000A 1946 BSA M20, registration number OFF 736, silver. The BSA M20 saw its debut in 1937. The large side valve engine 496cc M20 and 596cc M21 were both dependable high torque sloggers suited to sidecar use and during the WWII period many a despatch rider used a M20 as their mount. Available initially with a rigid frame, girder forks and a hand change three speed gearbox, they went through various upgrades until production ceased in 1955. This particular M20 is a rigid frame, girder fork example with foot change gearbox which has been in the current ownership for over 20 years. Presented in good condition the M20 has been well maintained over that time, including an engine overhaul (1998), new front and rear brake shoes, oil filter spin off conversion and Mag/Dynamo overhaul (2008); complete strip down repainted frame, rewire with thin wall cable, new headlamp unit, rebuilt wheels with new spokes, kick start bush/pawl etc. (2009) and a new battery (2017). The oil, filter and spark plug are changed every year on 29th May (vendor's birthday) along with all his other bikes. Since the engine overhaul and strip down the BSA has only covered a few thousand miles. The M20 will be offered for auction with a history file with receipts, MOTs and details of a speedometer/odometer overhaul in 2000 when the odometer was set at 0. V5C, MOT and tax exempt (new MOT to August 2019) See illustrations
210A BSA M20 engine, with loose barrel and cylinder head and believed overhauled bottom end, mounted on a wooden plinth for display
220Assorted BSA spares, including a toolbox and workshop/spares list
23130A 1994 Honda CB250R, registration number L860 ULY, red. This CB250R was originally supplied by Rex Judd Ltd London. We are advised that the Honda is running, but is being sold as a project, having been in storage for the last eight years. The Honda is offered for auction with previous MOTs and service book. V5C, no MOT
240A 1987 Yamaha YZ80 school boy scrambler, white. This YZ80 has been checked over by the vendor and is said to be running. The new owner will have to replace the front mudguard and one side panel. Once these are replaced, the YZ will be ready for use and make an excellent entry level machine for a young boy or girl. No accompany paperwork
250A galvanized trailer, suitable for motorbikes or go-karts
262300A 1978 Suzuki RM250 twin shock scrambler, yellow. For many people, the Ole Petersen design RM is considered the best production 250 motocrosser of the mid 1970s. In the hands of the legendary Roger De Coster, the RM was the machine to beat because of that, they are exceedingly popular in classic twin shock events today. We are advised that this particular RM is in original condition. The RM has formed part of a collection and it is advised that the motocrosser has a general check over before being used in anger. No accompany paperwork See illustration
270A 1958 BSA A7 Shooting Star, registration number 768 YUR, frame number FA7 11756, engine number CA7SS 2517, green. BSA's pre-unit overhead valve vertical twin was capable of a top speed of just under 90 mph and remained in production from just after WWII until 1962. This example was purchased by our vendor a little over a year ago to add to his collection. Finished in a period shade of green and presented in generally good condition. The BSA was believed to have had some restoration work carried out by the previous owner including an engine rebuild with a bottom end overhaul by Cox & Turner Engineering, new camshaft, new pistons (7.25:1), barrels plus 20,000, Hepolite piston rings, new inlet/exhaust valves, guides and springs, competition magneto (overhauled), rebuilt wheels with stainless steel spokes and new wheel bearings. The well presented A7 will be offered for auction with a history file containing receipts and other paperwork. V5C, MOT and tax exempt See illustration
283800A 2008 Suzuki GSXR 1000 K8, registration number WD08 KBY, black/gold limited edition colours. This top of the range GSXR has had only one owner and covered a very low 2,000 miles from new. Presented in original condition and unmodified in any way, this 180 mph super bike is described by our vendor as being virtually a new bike. The Suzuki has formed part of a private collection and has just passed its recent MOT (14 August 2018) without any advisories and will be offered for auction with a history file. A great collector's bike for the future, this GSXR offers tremendous value. V5C, MOT to August 2019 See illustration
290A 1973 AMF Harley-Davidson Z90, unregistered, black. Harley-Davidson's lightweight two stroke models were manufactured by the Italian Aermacchi company under the AMF(American Machine and Foundry) parent company which owned Harley-Davidson at the time. Introduced in 1973 the Z90 was Harley-Davidson's answer to the Japanese invasion of small two stroke engine motorcycles and featured a two stroke pump lubricated engine with three speed gearbox. This very original example still requires registration and was purchased by our vendor approximately a year ago in Britain. Being an early example it features the rarer small speedo. The machine retains other original features such as the rubber handle bar grips and other rubber items with Harley-Davidson branding. Now running well (started second kick when the catalogue photographs were taken) after recommissioning and replacement of parts including a new oil pump, speedo cable, indicators, front mudguard, headlight and service items. This very genuine Z90 will be offered with a history file containing original sales brochure, handbook, parts catalogue and sundry paperwork See illustration
301200A 1962 BSA C15, registration number 352 XVB, frame number C1535984, engine number CSS2437, red. This C15 was registered on the Isle of Man (logbook on file). The BSA has formed part of a private collection in recent times and presents well. There are receipts on file for replacement parts including stainless steel wheel rims (Devon Rim Company 2016), headlamp and handle bars. The BSA is offered with a history file containing the Isle of Man logbook, C15 manual and parts lists on disc, and receipts. V5C, MOT and tax exempt See illustration
3119250A 1997 Honda RVF 750 RC45, registration number R10 RVF, frame number RC45-2100095, engine number RC45E 410026, red/white/blue. Hand built on a special assembly line at the Honda Racing Corporation, the exotic RC45 was an homologation limited edition special built to allow Honda to win the World Superbike Championship. A development of the previous RC30, the new 45 was developed in all areas with scarcely a component carried over from the previous model. The RC45 was and still is a very exclusive model and cost a not inconsiderable 50% more than the contemporary Ducati 916. This two owner example has been with the current second owner since 1999. A very original example, which has covered approximately 11,000 km from new with approximately 5,000 of these being added by our vendor. The RC45 has been on SORN since it's last MOT expired in October 2017 but will be newly MOTd and serviced before the auction. The Honda is fitted with an after market immobiliser with Micron racing can (road legal) otherwise the RC45 is in standard specification. The history file contains the owner's manual, stamped service book, receipts and previous MOTs and the RC45 will be accompanied to auction with a spare key and paddock stand. The Honda started readily when viewed to take the catalogue photographs and appears in very good condition in all respects commensurate with its low mileage. Now only available for sale for the third time in 21 years this homologation special would grace any collection. V5C, MOT to August 2019 See illustrations
320EXTRA LOT: A 1961 Norton Jubilee, registration number WSU 732, silver. This lightweight Norton has been dry stored for some years. We are advised that it is running but some recommissioning work will be required before the motorcycle takes to the road. V5C, MOT and tax exempt See illustration
330EXTRA LOT: A 1983 Honda CX650 TCD, registration number A398 JDB, white. The 650 turbocharged V-Twin was submitted for an MOT on 28th August and failed due to the shock absorber having a fluid leak nearside front. The bike will be offered for sale with and fork seals and other spare parts. V5C, MOT due
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360A 1966 Royal Enfield 350cc, unregistered, maroon. This 350 Bullet was restored by a Royal Enfield agent in India and was imported in 2015. We are advised that the engine, gearbox and cycle parts were restored and new wheels, tyres, exhaust, mirrors, etc. were added and a full respray was completed. The 350 Bullet will be offered for auction with spares, tools and manuals. The new owner will be required to register the motorcycle with DVLA and we are advised that all duties have been paid. No accompanying paperwork See illustration
370A circa 1952 Poirier Voiturette XW5 (cycle car), French registered, green. Here is something you don't see everyday! Except in this case we have two for sale. A little like buses you don't see one for ages, then two come along at once. The quirky three wheeled Poirier was made to fill a niche in the market in post WWII France, and only a couple of thousand were made. They featured a Ydral 125cc two stroke engine with a three speed gearbox and dicky occasional rear seat. This example is being offered as an easy project and appears in original condition but is currently not running. It is being offered for auction with its French documentation and will require registering in this country by the new owner. See illustration
387800A 1937 Sunbeam Model 8, registration number BNP 512, frame number 24/687, engine number 24/302, black. This charming Model 8 is one of the last Wolverhampton built Sunbeams and was first registered on 7th May 1937. An older restoration that still presents well, it has been in the current ownership for the last forty years. It still retains its original tinware and Dunlop wheel rims. Our vendor advises that the Sunbeam is in full working order and is only being sold due to ill health and age. The Sunbeam will be offered with a history file. RF60, V5, V5C, MOT and tax exempt. See illustration
393000A 1961 BSA A10 Super Rocket, registration number 478 UYY, blue. This Super Rocket was originally exported to the USA. It has formed part of a private collection. The engine has been rebuilt as has the scrambles specification gearbox. Further improvement include the overhaul of the rev counter and speedometer. The rims are alloy, the exhaust is the Siamese type and new, and the electrics have been uprated to twelve volts. Our vendor advises that the BSA could be used as is or improved by painting the tank and tinwork. V5C, MOT and tax exempt See illustration
400A 1970 Triumph TR25W Trophy, registration number BYD 73J, frame number AC10656TR25W, engine number B25B2131, red/black. Produced for only two years, the 250 Trophy was Triumph's answer to the Japanese street scramblers, which were becoming evermore popular. Intended to replace the Tiger Cub in the catalogue, they featured high level exhausts and handle bars. This example is an older restoration which still presents well. It passed its last MOT in July 2017 without any advisories and has been in storage since forming part of a collection. The Triumph will be offered for auction with previous MOTs. V5C, MOT and tax exempt See illustration
410A 1987 Honda VT250FD, registration number D97 EBP, black. This rare and very original low mileage VT250 has recently formed part of a collection and has been MOT'd after a period of dry storage (previous MOT expired 2015). V5C, MOT to May 2019 See illustration
420WITHDRAWN: A 1957 BSA B31 350, registration number 484 FTN, frame number FB311298, engine number GB31992, green. The B31 was introduced to BSA's range post WWII based on pre WWII designs. They incorporated a 348cc four stroke single in a rigid frame with telescopic front forks. The B31 was continuously developed with the introduction of a plunger rear suspension and full rear swing arm suspension from 1954. This example, we have the pleasure in offering for sale, is one of these later swing arm BSAs. The vendor acquired the B31 in 2005 and has used the motorcycle every year since attending local shows and road runs. The vendor advises us that the engine has been reconditioned with new rings and modern indicators have also been fitted for safety. V5C, MOT and tax exempt See illustration
433000A 1999 Yamaha R1 XV, registration number T811 VFL, metallic blue. First seen in 1998 the R1 is becoming a true collector's bike. They were available in two colour schemes, the traditional red and white and the deep metallic blue, which this particular machine is finished in. Having covered a believed low mileage of 22,000 miles, this R1 is presented in good original standard condition. The R1 has just been serviced and offers tremendous performance at the guide price. V5C, MOT to June 2019 See illustration
4410000A 1929 Phelon & Moore Panther Redwing Sports 600, registration number DV 5018, green/chrome. Phelon & Moore (P&M) was formed in 1904 between Joah C Phelon & Richard Moore after the death of the original partner Harry Rayner in 1903. The P&M models were extremely innovative and incorporated the slope engine as a stressed member in the frame. The new Panther range introduced in 1922 at the Olympia show incorporated the new Granville Bradshaw 500cc overhead valve engine, which would be subsequently enlarged in size. The Panther name would subsequently be extended to the entire model range, in the proceeding years. This 1929 600 model was first registered in 1930 and has been with the vendor for many years. The Panther was professionally restored in 1985 and has been kept in a heated workshop for the proceeding thirty odd years. Still presented in good condition this now rare Panther would grace any collection will be offered for auction with old exhaust pipes (s/s fitted), tax discs and a replica pillion seat. V5C, RF60, MOT and tax exempt See illustrations
450A circa 1952 Poirier Voiturette XW5 (cycle car), French registered, green. Here is something you don't see everyday! Except in this case we have two for sale. A little like buses you don't see one for ages, then two come along at once. The quirky three wheeled Poirier was made to fill a niche in the market in post WWII France, and only a couple of thousand were made. They featured a Ydral 125cc two stroke engine with a three speed gearbox and dicky occasional rear seat. This example is being offered as an easy project and appears in original condition but is currently not running. It is being offered for auction with its French documentation and will require registering in this country by the new owner. See illustration
460A 1972 Suzuki TM250 twin shock scrambler project, yellow. This TM has come out of long term storage and requires full restoration. We are advised that the engine is running but further work will be required before the motocrosser is ready for action. No accompanying paperwork See illustration
472800A 1959 Triumph T100 special, registration number YFD 18, blue. This Triumph comes direct from a private collection of BSAs and Triumphs. This particular machine is a little different, as it has been built from a believed pre unit T100. The engine fitted is a T110 uprated to T120 specification. It also benefits from a needle roller bearing gearbox and racing magneto. Not one for the purest! The T100 is nevertheless an entertaining and enjoyable riding machine. V5C, MOT and tax exempt See illustration
480A 1963 Triumph 5TA 500cc, registration number ANH 246A, frame number 5TA 431650, engine number 5TA H31650, blue/silver. This 5TA has recently been recommissioned after a period of storage (2007-2017) and passed an MOT in August 2017 with one advisory (rear suspension bush has slight play). Now running well our vendor advises us that the Triumph can be used as is or offers scope to improve as funds allow. V5C, MOT and tax exempt See illustration
490A 1949 Vincent HRD Black Shadow Series C, registration number FWV 663, upper frame number RC4158B, lower frame member un-numbered, 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 125mph 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 85th year 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 cover and other illustrations