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 www.charterhouse-auction-auction.com 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 firstname.lastname@example.org 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