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Motorbikes over the past 100 years at auction

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Classic and vintage motorcycles from over the past 100 are entered into the Charterhouse specialist motorbike auction on Wednesday 5th October.

“There is a fabulous selection of motorbikes from most decades over the past 100 years.” Commented Richard Bromell. “There are show bikes, race bikes, restoration projects and daily riders with estimates from under £1,000 to £30,000.”

The earliest bike in the auction is a 1925 Douglas TS. From a collector in Wales this early bike is estimated at £6,000-7,000. Moving forward to the 21st century and a Harley-Davidson made into a Bobber in 2015 sounds fabulous and is ready to hit the road estimated at £8,500-9,500.

The auction, on Wednesday 5th October, is being held at the Haynes International Motor Museum. Viewing for all the bikes at Haynes is on Tuesday 4th 10am-4.30pm and on the auction day from 10am with all lots also available to be looked at on where live internet bidding is available

Richard Bromell and the team at Charterhouse can be contacted for valuations at The Long Street Salerooms, Sherborne 01935 812277 where they are taking late entries for this auction and their classic car sale on 12th October.

1925 Douglas TS £6,000-7,000

2015 Harley-Davidson Bobber £8,500-9,500