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Discussion in 'Old's Cool' started by Curvy, Oct 29, 2006.
The Vintagent just posted on Facebook about the Bonhams auction in Vegas.
2 circa 1910 Pierce singles.
1 unrestored (and it looks it) sells for $130K
1 restored older restoration bids to $38K and does not sell.
Do the math.
So you are saying I should have left the Triumph alone?
Damn, I never was very good at math.
'56 A-10 BSA. Some friends and I put this together in the '70s.
Just completed a makeover of my 1936 Panther.
The bike has been working hard over the past couple of years, so i repainted, powder coated the frame, polished the motor, etc. new cables and many other things...
Very nice job on the Panther. What's the big roll chart holder for ?
The Orginal GPS map box I guess. . Roll your map down as you go to find your way.
Worlds Fastest Indain at Jacob Javits Motorcycle Show yesterday. This is the real bike not a prop or repro. Unfortunately my DSLR is in for service and the pos isn't a DSLR. Don't let anyone tell you that they are..
just a tooth bigger on the front that's all. :eek1
2 more antiques spotted at Jacob Javits.
Four of my mom's brothers on a Famous James.
Thanks, just watched the utube video and tried to freeze it to see this side of the bike better and it just didn't workout.
Got anymore shots of Burts bike?
Get your DSLR fixed
I waited till after the MX season ended and I still miss it every weekend. should be back this week. Burts bike looked pretty solid I was expecting it to look real cobbed together. I had a nice chat with the owner. He say's it's about 960-980 cc's, it really did about 180 (did the movie show over 200?) and it did 160 ish unfaired. the bike never left the US after it came here. his family has owned it for about 30 years. He gave me his card which has the bike on it, Tom Hensley is the owner. I got the impression he isn't hurting for money....
Need I remind you?
sorry it was a moment of weakness.