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Lot # 00 (Sale Order: 1 of 158)
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Lot # 1 (Sale Order: 2 of 158)
Two owner Camaro that you can drive and be proud of.
Lot # 2 (Sale Order: 3 of 158)
Cushman Super Eagle with many extras. Sold with a Bill of Sale.
Lot # 3 (Sale Order: 4 of 158)
This Pony is fully and authentically restored. One of the sharpest on the road. Sold with a Bill of Sale.
Lot # 4 (Sale Order: 5 of 158)
This model is the last development of the AJS 350 single and incorporated the best engineering design that motorcycles could muster. Extremely nice to ride. Restored to a high standard and has been finished as a road and trail motorcycle. AJS was famous in the 1950's for the off road competition motorcycles that were extremely successful. This bike has been built to capture that style. British Registration guaranteed. Sold on a Bill of Sale. Import Papers.
Lot # 5 (Sale Order: 6 of 158)
One owner family motorcycle. Still has original manual. Runs and drives great. Frame is stamped CL 175-7017681. Title does not include CL 175 on VIN.
Lot # 6 (Sale Order: 7 of 158)
This is a Florida car that came to Minnesota in 1979. Since then it has always been garaged. It is an original car with an engine date tag, rocker date stamp and the trunk and body date stamp. It also has a new top, springs and shocks, radiator, fuel pump, and water pump. It runs and drives well. Rare power steering option but the pump has been removed (pump included). Pony interior, power top, remote mirror, original AM radio with an FM converter installed. Other than paint this car is really a virgin convertible.
Lot # 7 (Sale Order: 8 of 158)
Seller purchased this BSA in the United States and transported to New Zealand where no miles were put on the bike. Seller checked spark, tappets, and timing. Cleaned the carbs, filled the oil and got the bike running. Everything is in working order. Sold with import papers.
Lot # 8 (Sale Order: 9 of 158)
This C11G came from the United States and was transported to seller's home in New Zealand. Seller has not put any miles on the bike. Spark, points, timing and tappets have all been checked. Everything in working order. Sold with import papers.
Lot # 9 (Sale Order: 10 of 158)
Seller purchased this KZ400 for his wife to enjoy. Seller believes actual mileage to be 5,400. In excellent condition. All original great runner. Minor rust spot on chrome. Left muffler has battery acid discoloration.
Lot # 10 (Sale Order: 11 of 158)
Arizona car with a 383/325 hp. Original paint with 54,000 miles.
Lot # 11 (Sale Order: 12 of 158)
Very complete and solid with the odometer showing 60,000. Original interior is in very nice condition. Starts and runs well. Still has the Pontiac factory optional storage compartments behind the seat. Running boards included. It is extremely rare to find a business coupe in this nice original unaltered condition. This 1940 Pontiac Business Coupe is being sold to settle the estate of the owner, Mr. Michael Tracey, Detroit, Michigan. New battery, carburetor cleaned, and freshening completed.
Lot # 12 (Sale Order: 13 of 158)
Ducati 904 motor and Ferracci exhaust. Great handling and awesome power. Upright seating position for long comfortable rides. Includes Cagiva owner's manual.
Lot # 13 (Sale Order: 14 of 158)
Nice example of Reed valve dirt bike. Extra chrome and lots of power. Includes technical data sheet. Sold with a Bill of Sale.
Lot # 14 (Sale Order: 15 of 158)
Many of you remember Jerry 'Flywheel' Stageberg, a local Minnesota motorcycle racer. This was his personal race bike that he used to challenge anyone in his class to a race - track or street! He did not lose many. There are a lot of great stories about this nice old Ariel that his friends will share with the new owner. Sold with a Bill of Sale.
Lot # 15 (Sale Order: 16 of 158)
A very solid survivor with the original untouched 428 Super Cobra Jet engine still under the hood. Factory 4-speed; bench seat. Newer paint. Runs and drives well. No disappointments with this Cobra.
Lot # 16 (Sale Order: 17 of 158)
A very original Cougar with guaranteed actual miles of 34,382. This car was purchased new by a New Ulm, Minnesota school teacher who owned it until 2005. All original except for paint. 351 Windsor V8 2BBL carb. Starts, runs, drives, and stops excellent. History known back to selling dealer and will be supplied to new owner. You will not be disappointed by the quality of this two owner Cougar.
Lot # 17 (Sale Order: 18 of 158)
1995 Honda VFR750, from Reg Pridmore's personal collection, Track Day Magazine project bike built by John Ethell in 1998. Less than 2 hours on engine, Powder coated frame and swing arm, Brembo Brakes, Italian floating discs, Barnet clutch, competition valve springs, Hi-compression pistons, web cams, barber bearings, Lindemann Engineering front suspension, AirTech body work, Yoyodyne Titanium pieces, Woods read sets and AFAM sprockets. Very fast!
Lot # 18 (Sale Order: 19 of 158)
This 1993 Honda XR200 has approximately 10 hours of easy use. These are very easy to ride models. Great bike to enjoy off rode riding. Excellent factory stock condition with only Bark Busters attached to the hand grips. It is being sold to settle the estate of the original owner. Clear title. Ran like new when put into storage last fall.
Lot # 19 (Sale Order: 20 of 158)
Seller purchased this Honda Mini-Trail CT70 one year ago from an estate auction. This mini-trail has only 825 original miles. The bike started when seller purchased, but would die-out under a load. This mini-trail will need a new battery, and a complete fuel system cleaning. The parts, including the seat and tires, are all original. This Honda Mini-Trail is the 3-speed automatic version, and was manufactured in August 1971. Sold with a Bill of Sale.
Lot # 20 (Sale Order: 21 of 158)
Seller purchased this Honda Mini-Trail from the original owner 25 years ago. Bike has 2,848 original miles. Some repair is needed on the front headlight and the butterfly on the choke inside the throat of the carburetor is missing. This bike will need a complete fuel system cleaning and a new battery. Bike has not been started for five years. This Honda Mini-Trail 70H is the 4 speed clutch version and was manufactured in December 1970. Sold with a bill of sale.
Lot # 21 (Sale Order: 22 of 158)
Seller purchased this motorcycle here in the United States and since then the motorcycle has been in New Zealand. The seller has not put any miles on the motorcycle. Fuel tank, plugs, and carbs have been cleaned. New fuel lines have been fitted. Front guard has been re-chromed. Ignition timing has been checked. Everything works well. Sold with import papers.
Lot # 22 (Sale Order: 23 of 158)
Now has new handlebars, paint, fuel taps, air cleaner, rear fender, rear light, and seat cover. This bike runs and pulls strong. A matching numbers motorcycle.
Lot # 22.1 (Sale Order: 24 of 158)
This Honda sport bike has performance engine work including pistons, heads, and carbs. New tires, throttle cable, battery, and windshield. Bike is extremely fast and recently serviced. Bike has 12 inch extension, chrome package, custom paint, and polished frame.
Lot # 23 (Sale Order: 25 of 158)
Seller has owned this original TR-6 with 4-speed transmission, since September 1990. The car has always been garage kept and never driven in the winter. Seller has complete ('New in the Box') interior, seat covers, and boot items which he purchased from Moss Motors. You can drive this vehicle anywhere.