This is not an everyday occurrence. A bike auction of this size of BMW bikes. It is happening Oct 5, I believe. Looks like many desirable models. Quoted from the advertising; There are close to 20 BMW motorcycles currently ready for auction and more may be added: 1951 R51/3 # 525918 (matching numbers, rolling basket case) 1964 R26/R27 # 382192 (black, bench seat, mismatched frame/motor) 1973 R60/5 # 943229 (black, toaster, much work done already) 1975 R90/6 # 961035 (blue, big tank, Windjammer fairing, custom seat) 1979 R100RS # 089482 (gold, starts, runs, decent cosmetics) 1981 R80GS # 362112 (1000cc kit, clock, tach, sidestand, cyl guards, bag mounts & rack) 1984 R80ST # 270834 (red, all there, bags & mounts, off road last several years) 1985 R80 # 480339 (black, S fairing, VG cosmetics, BMW bags) 1985 K100RT # 050043 (burgundy, cosmetically poor, some rust) 1985 K100RS # 042079 (black, high miles, Pichler fairing, bags, trunk) 1985 K100RT # 041951 (crash damage, no fairing, great for parts) 1986 K100RS # 043168 (crash damage, no fairing, great for parts) 1988 K75C # 132341 (white, off road several years, good cosmetics) 1990 K75S # 152229 (blue, one owner, 110K, ran well when parked) 1991 K100RS # 493618 (pearl white, many extras, luggage) 1991 K100RS # 493474 (pearl white, one owner, very low miles, perfect cosmetics) 1995 K75 # 135861 (red, just arrived, no details yet) 2003 K1200LTC # D79516 (silver, needs service, all proceeds to RFK) All bikes are subject to prior sale and most will have a minimum reserve. I'm tempted to go just to watch but I have no money or any place to put another bike so just my luck I would have to come home with another bike. Here's a link to Bob's flyer on this event. http://www.bobsbmw.com/20130927-upcoming-project-bike-auction/ BTW, I don't work at Bob's or have any interest in this or any other sales events at the place. I do shop there and know Bob's as a reputable dealer of all things BMW.