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When seen in the flesh/metal it Looks a lot like a Harley.https://www.ebay.com/itm/2001-Vincent-Black-Eagle/192727912737?hash=item2cdf7a9121:g:7qsAAOSwtxlb8Lik&vxp=mtr
Wow! There was only one built.
Tim, are you sure about that. I saw these "new" Vincents in a museum in Qld in 2010. None of them appealed to me at all as they were all bastards. Neither Honda nor Vincent. The first prototype used a Terry Prince RTV motor and looked worthy of the name.What a waste of a fine engine I have ridden a Honda in racing trim with that engine on an RAF station before it closed using the runway and taxi ways. It was very very fast but its spread of power ment it was very forgiving when you piled into a corner in the wrong gear
This 'Vincent' sold for $26K in 2010 at Bonhams in US with this note:
This motorcycle is a prototype built for research purposes, and is not intended for use on public roads. It is offered on a Bill of Sale only.
It says sold on the 2010 entry so I dont understand why the seller now claims
I purchased this bike plus the other bikes from this Vincent project in 2005 following the death of Bernie Li and the closing of the project
anyway he is aiming for a good profit on 2010
Yep pretty certain it was the prototype from the eagles nest...Tim, are you sure about that. I saw these "new" Vincents in a museum in Qld in 2010. None of them appealed to me at all as they were all bastards. Neither Honda nor Vincent. The first prototype used a Terry Prince RTV motor and looked worthy of the name.