On June 23rd, Bonhams will be auctioning off 323 lots (with no reserve!) from the collection of Den Hartogh. 49 of those lots are motorcycles – here are my 3 favorites.
Mecum’s June auction in Vegas has come and gone, and 271 out of 402 bikes found new owners. Over $3 million changed hands last weekend – let’s take a very quick look at the 10 highest sale prices:
This weekend, Mecum is coming back to Vegas to sell some motorcycles. There are 402 lots, so let’s see what’s in store. This time around, I’m just going to feature a few weird ones, and a few aren’t even really motorcycles:
On August 4th, J Wood and Company will be auctioning off what seems to be the entire inventory of Raber’s Parts Mart – they estimate that it is $2.5 million “(retail value) of unavailable new and used parts unseen for years!” In addition to 15,000 square feet of parts that have been accumulated in 6 feet of shelves, there are …
In the beginning of June, Profiles in History is auctioning off some “Icons & Legends of Hollywood”. Normally I wouldn’t care about something like that, but there’s a few motorcycles that are on offer. Let’s check ’em out!
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Reader David N went out to Ocala, Florida to check out the J. Wood & Co auction of Earl’s Cycle Center inventory (I previewed it here) and took the time to share his experience with all of you:
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After 40 years of operation in Ocala, Florida, Earl’s Cycle Center is shutting down. The remaining inventory is approximately 1,800 bikes strong – not to mention plenty of parts and even some cars – and it’s all about to be auctioned off by J. Wood & Company in what they claim might be the largest single consignor motorcycle auction ever. …
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11-13-17 Update: Readers John G and Jim B note that this is a good time to update this post as the auction is happening this weekend. They’ve finally categorized everything so you can see what’s available. Larry Klein was the owner of GT Motors in Lansing, Michigan, a well-known Moto Guzzi dealership – but he may have been even better …