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Auction 2018-08-20T14:44:23+00:00

Auction

Auction: August 31st, 2018

Charterhouse Auctioneers & Valuers

The Charterhouse Auction will be held on Friday, August 31, with bidding starting at 1pm. Take a look at the lots under the hammer this year…

The 1935 Ariel Red Hunter VN SP has been restored but requires final fettling from the new owner. It is estimated to fetch around £3500-£3800 at the Charterhouse auction.

The 1937 Sunbeam Model 8 has been in its current ownership for 40 years and is expected to fetch around £4500-£4800.

The 1947 BSA C11 has been recently restored and has had little use since its restoration. This motorcycle is estimated to go for around £2800-£3200.

The 1949 Vincent HRD Black Shadow Series C has been fully restored and has been on display at the owner’s home. It is predicted to make around £60,000-£70,000 at auction. The Vincent Black Shadow, when new, was sold as the world’s fastest production motorcycle and tested to 125mph. They were known for their design innovation, engineering excellence and high performance. They had adjustable controls, twin front brakes, rear suspension and the engine is a stressed frame member. When new the cost was almost double that of competitors and was a rare sight on the roads, just as it is today.

“The Vincent Black Shadow is a thumping great machine. With its 1000cc engine it would take its owners to 125mph at a time when most family saloon cars would struggle to go half as fast,” said Charterhouse classic motorcycle expert Matthew Whitney. “They always have been, and always will be, one of the most sought-after motorcycles and this is a rare opportunity for a buyer to acquire a beautifully restored Black Shadow.” Read more about this sought after motorcycle on the Charterhouse website.

The 1980 BMW R100RS café racer is a beautifully recreated and is presented in homage to the R90S and is expected to fetch around £6000-£8000.

The 1998 Yamaha R1 4XV is a 175mph superbike with just 22,000 miles on the clock. This bike is expected to fetch between £2500-£3000.

The 1956 BSA B31 with GB33 engine is from a private collection and is estimated to go for between £2500-£3000.

The 1960 BSA A7 South African issue was dispatched to Pretoria as part of a contract to supply bikes to the Army and is estimated to fetch £3500 at the auction.

The 1961 BSA Super Rocket is an American export with a rebuilt engine and gearbox. This motorcycle is expected to go for around £3800-£4200.

The 1959 Triumph 3T Twenty One has been recently recommissioned after long term storage and is set to fetch around £3300-£3500.

The 1961 BSA Gold Flash alternator model was originally registered to the Cornish Police Force and is estimated to go for between £4500-£5000.

The 1983 Triumph TSS 8-Valve model is from a private collection with around 10,000 miles on the clock. This motorcycle is expected to fetch around £6000-£6500.

The 1997 Honda RVF750 RC45 is a rare homologation special with about 11,000km on the clock from new. This motorcycle is expected to fetch between £20,000-£22,000.

The 1946 BSA M20 has matching numbers and has been owned since 1998 and is expected to go for £5000-£5500.

The 1952 Bown 98cc comes with a disassembled spare engine from long-term ownership. This motorcycle is expected to fetch £1000-£1500.

The 1929 Phelan and Moore Panther Redwing Sports 600 has had two owners from new and is estimated to go for £12,000-£15,000.

The 1994 Honda CB250 is a project which is running but requires recommissioning and is set to go for around £200-£400.

The 2000 Honda CBR600F has been recently recommissioned from long-term storage and is expected to fetch around £600-£800.

The 1970 Triumph Trophy is an older restoration which is still presenting well. This motorcycle is estimated to go for £3300-£3500.

The 1963 Triumph 5T 500 has been recently recommissioned after long term storage and is expected to go for £3500-£3800.

This 1959 Triumph T100 pre unit will also be under the hammer at Netley.

The 1973 AMF Harley Davidson Z-90 is very original and includes Harley rubber hand grips. This motorcycle is estimated to go for £2000-£2200.

The 1959 Norton Jubilee is running after a partial restoration and is expected to fetch £1800-£2200.

The 1958 BSA A7 Shooting Star is an older restoration which is still presenting well and is estimated to go for between £4800-£5200.

The 1972 Suzuki TM250 twin shock scrambler project is running, but requires recommissioning. This bike is estimated to go for £700-£900.

The 1987 Yamaha YZ80 school boy scrambler has been recently recommissioned but requires finishing, it is expected to fetch around £500-£700.

The 1978 Suzuki RM250 twin shock scrambler is in super original condition and is estimated to go for £4000-£5000.

The 1978 Fantic 200 twin shock trials is still in its original condition and has been recently recommissioned. It is expected to go for £1000-£1200.

The 1962 BSA C15 is an older restoration which has been recommissioned from long term storage. This bike is estimated to go for £1800-£2000.

The 1987 Honda VT250FD is a low mileage commuter bike which is expected to go for between £1000-£1200.

The 1979 Honda CB200E is a rare commuter bike which has been recently recommissioned. It is estimated to fetch between £1000-£1200.

The 1992 Kawasaki ZR750 is an inexpensive retro classic which is estimated to fetch £700-£900.

The circa 1952 Poitier Voiturette Monoto XW5 cycle car is a rare and unusual French project which is expected to go for between £3000-£3500.

The 1957 BSA B31 350 is in its original condition after being in long-term enthusiast ownership and is expected to fetch £2000-£2500 at the auction.

The 2008 Suzuki GSXR 1000 K8 has done 2000 miles from new and is estimated to be worth £4000-£4500.