The Las Vegas Motorcycle Auction

Bonhams London
Las Vegas, Caesar's Entertainment Studios Caesar's Entertainment Studios 4165 Koval Ln Las Vegas NV 89109 Tel: +1 415 391 4000 Fax : +1 415 391 4040 [email protected]

Date of the auction: 23.01.2020

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Freddie Spencer, Kenny Roberts and Eddie Lawson, 21" x 30", close inspection advised. (3

Lot #: 1

Estimate: US$300 - US$500

Date: 23 Jan 2020

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comprising of a Series D spares catalog, various advertising prints and other miscellaneous items, close inspection advised. (Qty

Lot #: 2

Estimate: US$300 - US$400

Date: 23 Jan 2020

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depicting Libero Liberati winning the 1957 Italian Grand Prix to win the 500cc World Championship, 48" x 60", oil on canvas

Lot #: 3

Estimate: US$1,500 - US$2,000

Date: 23 Jan 2020

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depicting Vincent test rider and record holder George Brown at speed, 46"x57", oil enamel on wood panel

Lot #: 4

Estimate: US$1,500 - US$2,000

Date: 23 Jan 2020

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depicting Steve McQueen riding for the U.S.A. 1964 I.S.D.T. team 36" x 54", canvas print numbered 7 of 25

Lot #: 5

Estimate: US$1,000 - US$1,500

Date: 23 Jan 2020

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depicting Carlos Checa and Ducati winning the 2011 World Super Bike Championship, 36" x 54", canvas print numbered 3 of 25

Lot #: 6

Estimate: US$1,000 - US$1,500

Date: 23 Jan 2020

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depicting a BMW R69S at the 1969 Isle of Man T.T. 36" x 54", canvas print numbered 3 of 25

Lot #: 7

Estimate: US$1,000 - US$1,500

Date: 23 Jan 2020

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depicting Paul Anderson's 1925 world record attempt in France, 36" x 54", canvas print numbered 8 of 25

Lot #: 8

Estimate: US$1,000 - US$1,500

Date: 23 Jan 2020

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close inspection advised. (Qty

Lot #: 9

Estimate: US$500 - US$700

Date: 23 Jan 2020

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comprising a upper and rear frame (RD12838/F), bodywork, forks and other sundry components, condition and completeness unknown, close inspection advised. (Qty

Lot #: 10

Estimate: US$6,000 - US$8,000

Date: 23 Jan 2020

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condition and completeness unknown, close inspection advised

Lot #: 11

Estimate: US$800 - US$1,200

Date: 23 Jan 2020

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condition and completeness unknown, close inspection advised. (2

Lot #: 12

Estimate: US$1,200 - US$1,600

Date: 23 Jan 2020

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condition and completeness unknown, close inspection advised. (4

Lot #: 14

Estimate: US$400 - US$600

Date: 23 Jan 2020

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believed suitable for Series-D models, condition and completeness unknown, close inspection advised

Lot #: 16

Estimate: US$300 - US$500

Date: 23 Jan 2020

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1972 Yamaha 100cc LS2

During the 1970s and the Japanese supremacy on the market, the 'Big Fours' were engaging fights on all segments of the market, from the lightweights 50cc bikes to the heavyweights going to 1000cc. Representing the entry market, the lightweight bikes battle was probably one of the most interesting

Lot #: 101

Estimate: US$1,000 - US$2,000

Date: 23 Jan 2020

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1968 Benelli 250

'In the 250cc category Benelli offers a unique machine that has to be ridden to be believed. The lay-down single-cylinder engine delivers performance that has the rider wondering if it really is only a 250.' – Petersen's Motorcycle Buyer's Guide, 1968. Although badged as a Benelli, the machine that

Lot #: 102Ω

Estimate: US$2,500 - US$3,500

Date: 23 Jan 2020

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1963 Norton 750cc Atlas

The first Atlas was announced in 1962 as the 750SS but by the time it appeared later that year the 'SS' had gone to be replaced with 'Atlas.' Essentially it was a development of the Featherbed-framed, Bert Hopwood designed 600/650 Dominator, the parallel twin enlarged out to 745cc. The thought

Lot #: 103

Estimate: US$11,000 - US$14,500

Date: 23 Jan 2020

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1969 Norton 750cc P11 Ranger

This iconic, late model, street-legal 'Norton twin in a Matchless frame' is very rare, and in this fully restored condition, 'drop dead rare.' Norton-Villiers developed the first P11 from the Featherbed street-focused Norton Atlas as an export model for the growing sport of desert racing. Prototyped

Lot #: 104

Estimate: US$16,000 - US$20,000

Date: 23 Jan 2020

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As built by NYC Norton,1973 Norton 750 Commando Roadster

• Motor Cycle News 'Machine of the Year' for five years in the UK • Nut-and-bolt restoration • Rebuilt by Kenny Cummings - NYC Norton in Jersey City • 'The Perfect Norton' As the 1960s wound down, Norton had a problem. To battle rivals BSA and Triumph, the company's parallel twin had been taken out

Lot #: 105

Estimate: US$11,000 - US$13,000

Date: 23 Jan 2020

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1970 Triumph 650cc T120R Bonneville

• Nicely finished machine • Desirable oil-in-sump model • A classic café racer The café racers' favorite since its launch, thanks to lusty acceleration and a top speed approaching 120mph, the Bonneville arrived at what aficionados consider its ultimate specification with the launch of the 1968

Lot #: 106

Estimate: US$8,000 - US$10,000

Date: 23 Jan 2020

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c.380 miles from new, 1982 Triumph 744cc Bonneville 750 Electro

One of the last made at Triumph's historic Meriden factory near Coventry, England, the machine offered here represents the Bonneville in its ultimate specification, featuring Bing carburettors, Bosch turn indicators, Magura switchgear, Marzocchi shock absorbers, Veglia gauges, disc brakes, electric

Lot #: 107

Estimate: US$4,500 - US$6,500

Date: 23 Jan 2020

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1965/1968 Triumph 650cc Bonneville/TR6 Trophy Special

Also known as the 'Competition' or 'Scrambler' model, the T120C boasted a more purposeful, stripped-down look, being equipped with smaller fuel tank, 'dirt' tires and high-level exhaust system. This T120C comprises a 1968 single carburetor TR6 motor installed in a 1965 'twin carburetor' T120C frame

Lot #: 108

Estimate: US$4,500 - US$6,000

Date: 23 Jan 2020

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1958 Gilera 175 Rossa Extra

Throughout the early 1950s, it was Gilera's racers that grabbed the headlines, taking six individual World Championships and five manufacturers' titles. Although racing generated valuable publicity, it was sales of road bikes that paid the bills. The majority of machines sold were lightweights based

Lot #: 121

Estimate: US$6,000 - US$8,000

Date: 23 Jan 2020

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1985 Ducati 1,000cc Mike Hailwood Replica

• Fantastic example of the highly desirable Mike Hailwood Replicas • Dry stored in the vendor's living room 'In 1984, motorcycle production at Ducati was in steep decline... After producing almost 7,000 motorcycles in 1981, Ducati production in 1984 reached fewer than 2,000 bikes. 'The causes were

Lot #: 122

Estimate: US$20,000 - US$25,000

Date: 23 Jan 2020

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1967 Velocette 499cc Thruxton

• Extensive restoration • Landmark model As a family owned motorcycle manufacturer for nearly three quarters of a century, Velocette had a lot to be proud of. Starting out as one of the pioneer manufacturers, mating a Belgium-made Kelecom engine to their chassis under the Veloce name, the company

Lot #: 123

Estimate: US$25,000 - US$35,000

Date: 23 Jan 2020

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1979 Honda CBX1000

Honda came to the forefront of Grand Prix motorcycle racing in the mid-1960s, first with the unveiling of their 250 cc 6-cylinder machine piloted by Phil Read and Mike Duff at Monza. Later in 1966, the great Mike Hailwood won the 250 championship on a Honda Six, winning every race entered. This 1979

Lot #: 124

Estimate: US$7,000 - US$9,000

Date: 23 Jan 2020

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1974 Honda CB750 K4

Forty-plus years on, it is hard to imagine the impact the Honda CB750 had on the world when it was unveiled to a stunned public at the Tokyo Motorcycle Show in October 1968. True, there had been plenty of four-cylinder motorcycles before, but these had been built in relatively small numbers and

Lot #: 125

Estimate: US$5,000 - US$7,000

Date: 23 Jan 2020

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1970 Honda SL350 K0 Motorsport

In 1968 Yamaha shook up the dual-purpose market with its DT1 Enduro. Suddenly, warmed-over street scramblers would not get the job done—buyers wanted more dirt, less asphalt in a bike's makeup. Honda's XL series would eventually answer that call in 1974, but in the meantime something more serious

Lot #: 126

Estimate: US$7,500 - US$9,500

Date: 23 Jan 2020

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1970 Honda CL350

From the 1950s on, scrambler-style motorcycles with their high-mounted exhaust pipes, cross-braced handlebars and go-anywhere attitudes have been a favorite of American riders. In 1968, Honda followed up their popular 305 Scrambler with the CL350, powered by the new-style 325cc twin-cylinder motor

Lot #: 127

Estimate: US$5,500 - US$6,500

Date: 23 Jan 2020

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1973 Honda CL350 'Flying Dragon'

· Little-known, super-rare factory Custom Paint Set option · Museum-worthy presentation by Vintage Motorcycle Rescue · Many NOS parts, including exhaust and seat · Just over 7,000 miles from new The term 'museum piece' is rarely used in conjunction with Honda's CL350, a ubiquitous 1970s street

Lot #: 128

Estimate: US$10,000 - US$12,000

Date: 23 Jan 2020