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75 quality vintage motorcycles will be in our Pebble Beach tent for a 3 day internet auction. You are welcome to bid online or visit us in Pebble Beach and place your bid in person. Info 651-633-9655

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2008 Keeway Flash

Lot # 00

This 49cc brand new scooter sold with Manufacturer's Certificate of Origin. 100% of proceeds to benefit the Pebble Beach Company Foundation, the philanthropic arm of Pebb...morele Beach Company. Founded in 1975, the Foundation has continuously invested where it can make the most significant impact—in the youth of Monterey County. Over the years the Foundation has given more than $2.8 million in grants to support and enhance educational programs. It has also provided college scholarships to individual youths and in the future will provide scholarships for students pursuing degrees in fields related to the many passions of Philip Toll Hill, Jr. (1927-2008), the first American to win the Formula 1 world driving championship. Fr# LBBTABSA18B335659

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1953 Harley Davidson Hummer

Lot # 02

Instant Buy: $7,500. Fully restored, all options including seat on rear fender; front and rear lights. Sold on a Bill of Sale....more

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1955 BSA C11G OHV

Lot # 03

Instant Buy: $4,200 This bike has been recently restored and is in lovely condition in perfect running order with no faults. It has covered less than 100 miles since bei...moreng restored and benefits from many new original parts and the addition of electronic ignition for ease of starting and increased reliability. This bike is relatively lightweight and was very popular as a commuter bike in the 1950's. Fitted with the 4 speed box and effective brakes it makes for a lovely machine to ride. Sold on a Bill of Sale/Import Papers. Fr#BC1155917 Eng#BC11G20020

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1917 Indian Powerplus

Lot # 04

This is a great example of an early Indian in excellent condition. A 1917-1918 type N-18 Indian Powerplus Big Twin motorcycle that has been completely restored by a well ...moreknown North Carolina professional restoration shop. All components have been rebuilt or restored to new condition including the complete motor, carburetor, etc. All that is needed is to complete the rear brake band and linkages. The seller has a complete documented history of the restoration that will accompany the motorcycle. The fluids have been drained as this special piece of history has been on display in the owner's home for many years. Sold on a Bill of Sale.

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1950 circa Vincent Lightning Re-Creation

Lot # 05

**Please note: This motorcycle will not be onsite in Pebble Beach due to an International shipping delay. Bidding will continue and if sold the motorcycle will arrive in ...morethe United States approximately September 1st. ** This bike has been built to Lightning specs using only the best original parts and new parts where necessary. New engine parts were fitted and were sourced from traditional Vincent specialists. The bike was built by engineers who were highly skilled and very knowledgable about the specifications of the original Lightnings. The engine and frame numbers are Rapide and are the only telltale that the bike is not an original Lightning. The front brake is fitted with alloy brake plates for safety but the original magnesium ones will be given to the new owner. The engine is fitted with GP1 racing carbs and a racing Lucas magneto with competition Lucas HT leads. Speedometer and rev counter are the large Smiths Lightning/Shadow clocks. Most of the fastenings are stainless steel, machined to original dimensions and specification. The petrol tank fitted is Lightning/Shadow fitment but for the forthcoming show the bike will be fitted with a tank made by Vincent for Montlerry world speed record attempts. Seller has been told that the tank was made for Ted Davies the Works test rider. Sold with a bill of sale/import papers. Fr#RC3963 Eng#F10AB/1/565

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1978 Honda CR250

Lot # 06

Instant Buy: $7,000. From the era of the first long travel motocross bikes at which Honda excelled. Originally these were all red and were called the "Red Racers". This i...mores the bike builder's interpretation of what he thought this bike "should" look like and the seller agrees. This Honda has been on display in a personal collection for the last few years and kept in excellent condition. The engine has original bore with new piston and rings. Sold on a Bill of Sale. Fr#CR250R-2001991 Eng#CR250RE1002029

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1959 Triumph Bonneville T120

Lot # 07

Complete restoration by Jim Hiddleston. Zero miles on bike. Has not been started since restoration. Fr# 024634 Eng# T120024634...more

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1978 Harley Davidson XLCR 1000 Racer

Lot # 08

This is an excellent example of a rare bike designed by Willie Davidson. It was to compete in the newly created Café Racer Class, very successful already for Japanese and...more European manufacturers. It is sleek, appears fast and sinister, black on black. With its signature Siamese exhaust system, it performed well, with sub-13 second quarter mile times. Unfortunately it did not sell well and was discontinued after only one and one-half production years. Seller restored in 1992, repainting the frame and rebuilding the upper end of the engine. It runs and looks great. Included in the sale are the original factory service and shop manuals. In addition the seller has numerous spares, including a fuel tank and fender. Second owner since 1982 and has a bit over 14,000 miles on the odometer. It continues to draw a crowd wherever it goes. Please note: Missing portion of rear chain guard; Solenoid rubber cap needs minor repair - original part in spare parts box provided by owner, battery tie-down broken off, needs repair - also included in spare parts box; divots in front spokes due to loose brake caliper bolt; missing right rear view mirror; few dents in exhaust pipes. Fr#/Eng#7F16482H8

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1950 BSA B31 Plunger

Lot # 09

Instant Buy: $8,000 Restored some time ago to a very good standard, this B31 has done approximately 1,000 miles since then and is a very pleasant ride. The B31 was one o...moref BSA's mainstay models. It was made in rigid plunger and swing arm form. This plunger model epitomizes early 1950's motorcycling and shares its heritage with the iconic Gold Star. Sold with a bill of sale/import papers. Fr# ZB3158559 Eng# ZB3114461

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1969 Norton P11

Lot # 11

Instant Buy: $11,500 This late production model Norton P11 was built October/November 1968 but it is titled as a 1969 in California. This is a great running, very complet...moree example of a late production P11. It appears to be a P11A but it is a Ranger 750 by serial number. This was the last variant in the P11 series that ceased production in November 1968. For every 22 Commando's there is only one P11, so they are actually very scarce, particularly in this condition. These P11s are now known as hybrids as they were made during AMC ownership of Norton and utilized the light weight racing frame of the Matchless G85CS, made of 531 Reynolds tubing (chromoly) and the mighty Atlas 750 engine and transmission. Eng# 129013 Fr# P11/129013

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1988 Ducati 851 Kit Bike

Lot # 12

1988 Ducati 851 Tricolor Kit Bike. Fifty imported for racing. Titled and street legal. 2,900 miles. Original equipment. Fr#ZDM3HB6T6JB850034...more

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1957 Harley Davidson FL Police

Lot # 14

Nice example of a correctly restored original police bike from the Washington, DC area. Complete with all the police items, including lights, working siren, first aid box...more, hand lock speedometer, air-cooled generator, billy club and other original police items as shown. Fr#/Eng#57FL4207

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1956 BSA DB34 Gold Star Clubman

Lot # 15

This bike has been totally rebuilt to a very high standard with original parts. This bike has only had 600 gentle miles put on it since being restored and is now nicely b...moreed in and running extremely well and ready for the road. This bike has the RRT gearbox and GP carb and has the benefit of a ventilated front brake. Sold with a bill of sale/import papers. The crankcase has been previously modified for racing purposes. The spacer was used to return it to DB34 specs. Fr#CB328793 Eng#DB34GS687

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1953 Indian Chief Roadmaster

Lot # 16

Instant Buy: $40,000. Seller purchased in 1988 from an elderly gentleman in Ludlow, MA, near Springfield, home of the Indian Motorcycle Co. factory from 1901 until 1953. ...moreOne of 300 Chiefs built the year they went out of business in May. This motorcycle shows signs of that “end.” When the company was failing, they would build bikes out of whatever parts they could find on the shelf as new manufacturing had all but stopped. Hence the dealer catalogs would show an Amal carburetor and handlebars just like those found on British bikes (with the choke “wheel” mounted on the bar), but not all bikes were made as such. Earlier Indians had larger differently shaped bars and Linkert carburetors. This bike has the latter with a “352” code on the carburetor meaning 3 for Chief and 52 for 1952. This was standard and correct for this bike. Another interesting feature is the small cutout on the lower left side of the rear fender. This shows that the motorcycle was used by a police department for the siren “rub wheel” would be pulled up to contact the rotating rear wheel and actuate the siren! If you are old enough, you may have had exactly the same kind of siren on your bicycle… This motorcycle was completely restored in 1989 and was entirely apart down to the frame on a milk box in the living room. Painted parts were sent out for paint and the engine went to Randy Zorn of Island Restorations in Long Island, NY. All other parts were rebuilt, rechromed, or replaced with original NOS parts, very good used or reproductions (such as tires, tubes, spokes, bearings, etc). Seller has pictures of himself on this bike in 1988 when bought with a funky paint job from an ad in New England’s Motorcyclist Post. Sold on a Bill of Sale/Alabama Registration. Fr#/Eng#CS61014

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1949 Norton Manx SOHC Re-Creation Racer

Lot # 18

Instant Buy: $18,000. This re-creation Manx Norton features the last year with the "Garden Gate Frame" and long stroke engine. Constructed to high standards. Sold on a Bi...morell of Sale. Fr#D11M20136 Eng#D11M20136 11148-9

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1965 Harley Davidson FL Police

Lot # 19

Instant Buy: $26,000. Issued in 1965 to an Arizona Highway Patrol officer who purchased it from the department and put it into storage in 1977. Still in storage in 1998, ...morethe seller purchased this Police Special from the family after the officer's death. Bike has been updated to run on unleaded fuel. Very complete and clean. Even the red lights and siren are working. Eng#65FL3023

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1967 Triumph Bonneville T120R

Lot # 20

Instant Buy: $14,500. Frame off restoration. Frame and all black parts powder coated. Engine rebuilt by Baxter Cycle. New paint on gas tank. Wheels, tires, fenders, seat,...more handlebars, and more are new. Approximately 50 test mils since restoration was completed. 100% ready to ride or show. A nice example of the classic 1960s Triumph Bonneville. Runs, rides, and handles like new! Fr#T120RDU60945 Eng# T120RDU60943

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1935 Sunbeam 16 OHV

Lot # 21

Instant Buy: $8,000 Sunbeam motorcycles, during the period 1910-1937, were made by John Marston and Company of Wolverhampton, England, famous for their superb bicycles a...morend immaculate and hard wearing paint finishes. It is felt that they were, at the time, the best finished motorcycles and the best the Marston Company had engineered. The seller believes the 1935 and 1936 model are extremely similar. This 1936 250 has been imported as a 1935. The motorcycle has the sporting 250 long stroke engine and then new Burman 4 speed gearbox and clutch which was a great advance on earlier gearboxes. This motorcycle has the patina of age but still runs nicely and is a great representation of a mid-1930s gentleman's motorcycle. Includes British Registration. Sold on a Bill of Sale/Import Papers. Fr# 165320403 Eng#165312433

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1952 BSA A7

Lot # 22

Instant Buy: $8,800 Previous restoration with 1,000 miles since completion. Built to a very high standard with all original parts. This 500cc variant of popular BSA Twin...mores runs very well and is a nice easy starter, the smoothness of the motor and well spaced 4 speed gearbox make for an enjoyable ride. The A7s spanned the period from BSA's rigid bike through to the swing arm motorcycle model's plunger suspension and brought BSA into a more modern era. These motorcycles are very collectible as they are not as plentiful as the later bikes and provide a reliable and enjoyable ride. Sold on a Bill of Sale/Import Papers. Fr#BA7S1127 Eng#BA7355

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1912 Indian Belt Drive

Lot # 23

Instant Buy: $45,000. This extremely rare 1912 Indian Belt Drive has been totally restored by Yellow Spear Restoration. These motorcycles were only made for two years, 19...more11-1912 and only a handful exist today. Seller has owned the bike for the past five years and has been on many rides. The bike runs and drives great. Sold on a Bill of Sale.

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1959 Simson 425 T Gespann w/side car

Lot # 24

Instant Buy: $11,400. Total restoration completed in Germany. Starts, runs, and rides great. New battery, carpet, seats, and bra and cover for side car. Will run out at 4...more5 mph. Topic of conversation everywhere you go. Copies of original German title. Fr# E74714 Eng# M10

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1950 Vincent Comet

Lot # 25

Instant Buy: $38,000. All numbers matching bike. Full documentation from new including original handbook and tool roll. All fasteners of original type. Documented mileage...more from new, 25,886 miles. The cylinder bore was standard size and is now first over size. Set up miles only. Ronnie Moore, the 1954-1959 World Speed Way Champion was the registered owner of this motorcycle in 1951-1952 and Hugh Anderson in 2000-2004. The most collectible Vincent Comet in the world. Sold on a Bill of Sale. Fr# RC16255 Eng# F5AB2A4355

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1961 Triumph Bonneville T120R

Lot # 27

Instant Buy: $17,500. In 1956, Texan Johnny Allen built a fiberglass cigar around a 650cc T110 ‘Tiger’, and flew through the timing lights at Bonneville at 214 mph, claim...moreing the World Motorcycle Speed record. His streamliner subsequently made a victory tour of Triumph dealers around the world, while Edward Turner, the legendarily egotistical boss of Triumph, snatched the ‘Bonneville’ name for his newest model for 1959, the T120. Essentially a dual-carb version of the old T110, the ‘Bonnie’ had a host of other go-faster improvements, including the hot E3134 camshaft, and a stronger clutch to handle the power. The machine lived up to is ‘120’ designation, according to road tests of the day, and the legend of the model was established. With a winning combination of styling flair (courtesy the pencil of Mr. Turner himself), a reasonable price, and high performance, the Bonneville became a best seller and remains so to this day. This 1961 T120R is among the last of the pre-unit construction Bonnies, which are considered the most collectible of all variants in the long production life of the model. It is certainly among the prettiest of the line as well, with its silver and sky-blue paint and ‘mouth organ’ tank badge. Beautifully executed renovation of this hallmark year model. A specialized design to meet the wishes of the all important U.S. market. 1961 was the year the Bonneville took off. Own a Jim Hiddleston meticulous restoration. Sold on a Bill of Sale/Import Papers. Fr#D13188 Eng#T120RD13188

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1965 Harley Davidson FLH

Lot # 28

Here is a 1965 FLH one owner bike, with 11,000 actual miles. This unit was purchased new by an Air Force colonel who had this bike flown to wherever he had been stationed...more throughout the world during his duty. This is the last year of the Panhead engine and the first year of the electric start feature. The bike has been repainted to the correct Hi-Fi blue and birch. Correct 1965 saddlebags and correct Goodyear tires. The bike has been meticulously maintained and is a fine example of this year and model and has no issues. Eng# 65FLH3675

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1954 BSA DB34 Gold Star Touring

Lot # 29

This 1955 is imported as a 1954 and is in touring specifications; completely restored to the highest specification using only the best original parts. Benefits from havin...moreg done less than 500 gentle miles since being built. This bike is a joy to ride and has excellent road manners. Fitted with road ratio gears as per factory specification. The 1955 DB34 is the first of the big fin iconic Gold Stars which could be ordered in Clubman racing, touring, and scrambles specification. This bike has touring cycle parts, a sports specification motor and scrambles specification gearbox which offers an excellent spread of ratios which are between a standard gearbox and close ratio RR Clubman's gearbox. The scrambles ratios are considered to be the best combination for a sports touring motorcycle. Ready with a small amount of recommissioning to give its new owner a taste of BSA's glory days! This Gold Star has a replacement block from the BSA factory; it is an original period casting as supplied by BSA, & not a new repro item. Sold with a bill of sale/import papers. Fr#CB32-572

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