The Carole Nash MCN London Motorcycle Show

Auction Details

Address

ExCeL London
Western Gateway
Royal Victoria Dock
London
E16 1XL

Date 17 Feb 2018
Time 2:00PM
Viewing

Friday 16th February from 10.00am to 5.00pm
Saturday 17th February from 9.00am to the start of the sale

Location London, UK
Admission Admission by Catalogue (Admits Two)

The Carole Nash MCN London Motorcycle Show 2018 LOT LIST

1952 Triumph 250 TWN

ESTIMATE £4,000-£6,000

In 1886, Siegfried Bettmann founded the Triumph bicycle factory in Coventry, England, and in 1896 he founded a second bicycle factory in his native Nuremberg, Germany, under the same Triumph name. Both factories branched out into making motorcycles:...

1989 BMW K75S

ESTIMATE £16,000-£22,000

The three-cylinder BMW K75 was developed alongside the K100, but was introduced a year after the K100 as a marketing strategy. The K75 engine had the same bore and stroke as the K100, yielding a displacement of 740 cc....

1978 Bultaco Sherpa 350 T

ESTIMATE £2,300-£3,200

The origin of the Bultaco motorcycle company dates back to May 1958. Francesc 'Paco' Bultó was a director of the Montesa motorcycle company founded in 1944. After several years of steady growth and road racing success, in 1957 Montesa...

1981 Suzuki RV-90

ESTIMATE £3,000-£4,000

Suzuki first introduced the ‘RV’ series of ‘all terrain’ motorcycles in 1971, commencing with the RV-90. Distinguished by its 10-inch-wide balloon tyres, the RV looked like a 2-wheeled dune buggy, but in truth it was more of a...

1976 Laverda 3CL

ESTIMATE £7,000-£11,000

During the late 1960s and early 1970s Laverda faced intense competition, not just from the Japanese makers with their flashy multi-cylindered superbikes, but also from more local rivals like Benelli, Ducati and Moto Guzzi. So, in 1968, and while...

1969 Hercules K125 GS

ESTIMATE £4,000-£5,000

Sachs was the largest European manufacturer of 2-stroke motorcycle engines from the 1950s to the 1970s and its engines were used by many motorcycle manufacturers, the German maker Hercules being the most important. In the late 1950s Hercules...