There are 200 lots of classic & vintage motorcycles along with spares in the Charterhouse auction at Haynes on 26th October.
“From winter restoration projects to show bikes there is something for everyone.” Commented George Beale. “With a viewing day on Wednesday 25th October and on the morning of the auction it’s looking busy already.”
The eldest bike in the Charterhouse auction is a 1912 Humber estimated at £8,500-9,500 and the youngest a 2022 Norvin 1,000cc bike built by JMC Classic estimated at £30,000-35,000.
In addition, there are many bikes being sold without reserves with the three top lots being a 1937 Brough Superior SS80 at £64,000-68,000, a 1951 Vincent Black Shadow £42,000-45,000 and a 1997 Ducati 916 with just 185 miles from new for £25,000-28,000.
All the bikes, along with online bidding, are on www.charterhouse-auction.com
George Beale and the Charterhouse Team can be contacted for advice and valuations at The Long Street Salerooms, Sherborne, 01935 812277 or via email@example.com
1997 Ducati 916 with 185 miles £25,000-28,000
1937 Brough Superior SS80 £64,000-68,000
1951 Vincent Black Shadow £42,000-45,000