Jump to content


Photo

Vintage motorcycle pricing


  • Please log in to reply
2 replies to this topic

#1 cabianca

cabianca
  • Member

  • 641 posts
  • Joined: September 00

Posted 03 February 2006 - 21:21

Anyone have any idea what the biggest motorcycle sale at auction was. I know ex-Ago or Surtees MVs have been in the US$250,000 range, but it would seem something must have gone for more than that.

Advertisement

#2 Doug Nye

Doug Nye
  • Member

  • 8,305 posts
  • Joined: February 02

Posted 03 February 2006 - 22:12

This might not help your specific query re outright record holder v. much but at least it gives a sense of real sale prices realised during the past year via Bonhams auction house between willing buyers and willing sellers, REAL money in return for real machinery - well, it might be a liddle bit new-made but you know what I mean...

The ex-J A Worswick, Manx Grand Prix, 1937 Excelsior Manxman 250cc Racing Motorcycle, Sold Stafford, April, for £13,500

* 1998 Norton 'Planx' Manx, sold Stafford, April, for £22,600

* 1963 Honda 125cc CR93 Racing Motorcycle, sold Stafford, April, for £29,400

* The ex-Carl Fogarty, Michael Rutter, Northwest 200-winning, 1993 Ducati 888 Corsa, sold Stafford, April, for £23,500

* The ex-Les Graham, Swiss Grand Prix-winning, 1948 Velocette 348cc KTT MkVIII Racing Motorcycle, sold Stafford, October, for £39,750

* 1928 McEvoy-JAP 8/45hp, sold Stafford, October, for £67,600

* The ex-Works, George Brown, 1947 Vincent-HRD 498cc 'Cadwell Special' Racing Motorcycle, sold Stafford, October, for £35,200

* 1937 Brough Superior SS-100, sold Los Angeles, November, for $137,000

* 1939 Vincent-HRD Series A Rapide restoration project, sold Los Angeles, November, $120,000

* The ex-Steve McQueen, 1933 Matchless 592cc Silver Hawk, sold Los Angeles, November, for $46,000

DCN

#3 Twin Window

Twin Window
  • Nostalgia Host

  • 6,609 posts
  • Joined: May 04

Posted 03 February 2006 - 22:17

Was your enquiry as a result of reading about the one-and-only Ferrari motorcycle by any chance, cabianca?

I'd never heard of the thing! Looks great, though...