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Auction Results

petermb998

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1934 Brough Superior 996cc SS100 Frame no. R1040 Engine no. 41230/S

Sold for £131,300 inclusive of Buyer's Premium

1938 Brough Superior 982cc SS80 Motorcycle Combination Frame no. M8/2013 Engine no. 4714

Sold for £43,300 inclusive of Buyer's Premium

1949 Vincent 998cc Black Shadow Series C Frame no. RC4169B Engine no. F10AB/1B/2269

Sold for £68,600 inclusive of Buyer's Premium


The sole factory prototype,1955 Vincent 499cc Victor Series D Frame no. RD 12538 Engine no. F5AB/3A/10638

Sold for £107,100 inclusive of Buyer's Premium


Vinnylonglegs – one owner and just 721,703 miles!,1955 Vincent 998cc Black Prince Frame no. RC/1/11492/B Engine no. F10AB/2B/10913
Estimate: £35,000 - 40,000, € 40,000 - 45,000, $ 56,000 - 64,000


sale price £28000.00 did not reach reserve

1955 Vincent 998cc Black Knight Frame no. RD12698F Engine no. F10AB/2/10798

Sold for £38,900 inclusive of Buyer's Premium

1951 Vincent-HRD 998cc Rapide Series C Frame no. RC7682 Engine no. F10AB/1/5782

Sold for £32,200 inclusive of Buyer's Premium

c.1950 Vincent-HRD 998cc Rapide Frame no. RC/1/4714 Engine no. F10AB/1/5941

Sold for £23,000 inclusive of Buyer's Premium

1952 Egli-Vincent 636cc Comet Project Frame no. EV77 Engine no. F5AB/2A/8801

Sold for £5,750 inclusive of Buyer's Premium


1952 Vincent 998cc Rapide Series C Frame no. 11634 Engine no. F10AB/1/9734

Sold for £23,575 inclusive of Buyer's Premium


1952 Vincent 499cc Comet Frame no. RC/1/9331/E Engine no. F5/AB/2A/7431

Sold for £14,950 inclusive of Buyer's Premium

1951 Vincent 499cc Comet Project Frame no. RC 8227 Engine no. F5/AB/2A/6327

Sold for £9,200 inclusive of Buyer's Premium

1952 Vincent 49cc 'Firefly' Cyclemotor Frame no. 82386 CJ Engine no. T05AB-156459

Sold for £1,380 inclusive of Buyer's Premium


regards Peter
 

mercurycrest

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107,100GBP is what you can buy a house for in the States.. I hope this doesn't take the Victor off the road, like is happening with so many A Rapides.
Cheers, John
 

Alan J

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107,100GBP is what you can buy a house for in the States.. I hope this doesn't take the Victor off the road, like is happening with so many A Rapides.
Cheers, John
John, it is only a Comet with "D" type fairings, why it fetched so much beats me!! Sorry Stuart's bike did not go! the market is "mad"!!
 

b'knighted

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107,100GBP is what you can buy a house for in the States.. I hope this doesn't take the Victor off the road, like is happening with so many A Rapides.
Cheers, John

The last owner bought it in 1961 and, although he told me that that he used to ride it when he first bought it, the auction write-up suggests that he never registered it in his name. That would mean that it hasn't been legal for road use for at least the last 40years
 

Peter Holmes

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I am sure I saw either this complete machine or parts of this machine undergoing a restoration job at the premises of Furness & Searle, Vincent engineers of Cromer near Stevenage, I am sure I remember Jack or Alf showing me a Victor transfer they had commissioned or acquired for the front mudguard cowl, it is a guess but I would say that was around 1985.
 
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