The Carole Nash MCN London Motorcycle Show

Auction Details


Excel Centre
Royal Victoria Dock
1 Western Gateway
London E16 1XL

Date 18 Feb 2017
Time 2:30PM

Friday 17th February from 9.00am to 5.00pm
Saturday 18th February from 9.00am to 2.30pm

Location Excel Centre, London, UK
Admission Admission by catalogue only (admits two to auction)
Collection Terms Terms & Conditions of Business


Coys MCN London Motorcycle Show Auction

An Important Auction of Classic Sports And Racing Motorcycles

The Carole Nash MCN London Motorcycle Show 2017 RESULTS

c1948 Brockhouse Corgi

From the Hitchcock’s Motorcycle Collection


The Corgi was a civilian version of the Welbike collapsible runabout made for paratrooper use during World War II, and appeared in 1945. The overall designer was Lt-Col J.R.V. Dolphin, with the Spryt engine designed by the Excelsior...

1931 Scott Light Squirrel

From the Hitchcock’s Motorcycle Collection


The Scott Flying Squirrel was a British motorcycle made by The Scott Motorcycle Company between 1926 and the outbreak of World War II.

The Squirrel name was used for Scott motorcycles since 1921 but with the death of...

1986 Honda Z50RD


Honda’s iconic Z series of mini motorcycles first became available in 1969, they became known as ‘Monkey Bikes’ and although the original Z50A stopped production in the mid 1970’s various versions on the original design continued to be...

1965 Lambretta J50


After a year of prototype development, the large industrial concern Innocenti started manufacturing Lambretta scooters in 1947. The first was the 125cc model A which sported little in the way of protective bodywork. This was followed by the...

1977 Honda CB400 Four  



In 1975 Honda unveiled its new addition to the CB class. Developed from the previous Honda CB350 the 400 Four included upgrades such as a newly developed six-speed gearbox and a revised cylinder head bringing the capacity up to 408cc....

1974 Moto Morini 3½ Sport


Founded by Alfonso Morini in Bologna in 1937, post war Fabbrica Italiana Motocicli Morini produced a range of lightweight 2-stroke bikes. Morini’s single-cylinder 4-stroke models achieved racing success from the late 1940s through to the early 1960s, and...

1961 BSA A7


The original A7 was launched post War in 1946 and featured a 495cc version of their twin  cylinder engine producing 26 bhp it was capable of 85 mph, It was revised in 1950 with an improved 497 cc version capable...