Motorcycles, Registrations & Motor Cars 2008-04-16 Auction - 85 Price Results - H&H Sales Limited in uk
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Appleton, Cheshire, United Kingdom
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Motorcycles, Registrations & Motor Cars

An auction of collectors Motorcycles, Registrations & Motor Cars.
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1952 ARIEL SQUARE FOUR COMBINATION: When The Motor Cycle" tested an example of the Ariel Square Four Mark II in April 1953 they found that the machine was capable of just shy of 100 mph describing it as being "a unique high-performance
1001: 1952 ARIEL SQUARE FOUR COMBINATIONEst. £5,000-£6,000Lot Passed
YAMAHA TZ350D: During the 1972 Yamaha's works riders campaigned machines in the 250 and 350cc classes that utilised liquid cooling and which acted as prototypes for the following seasons production racers. The
1002: YAMAHA TZ350DEst. £6,000-£7,000Lot Passed
SPARTON-SUZUKI 500: Sparton frames were manufactured by Barry Hart together with other racing related accessories. Early versions were built to house Yamaha 125cc twins and he was also responsible for triples 350 and
1003: SPARTON-SUZUKI 500Est. £9,000-£10,000Lot Passed
1985 HONDA RS250: Honda's very public failure to secure results with the radical four stroke NR500 was to have a profound affect on both the companies racing and road bike programmes. The realisation that a two-stroke
1004: 1985 HONDA RS250Est. £11,000-£13,000Lot Passed
SUZUKI RG500 MK1: During the first half of the Seventies Suzuki's efforts in the 500cc class had been focused on machines utilising a twin cylinder two stroke engine developed from the road going T500 powerplant. In
1005: SUZUKI RG500 MK1Est. £11,000-£13,000Lot Passed
1991 BIMOTA TESI 1D: The Tesi was in development for seven years, during which time five prototypes were built. The model departed from conventional motorcycle design in respect of the suspension/steering arrangement
1006: 1991 BIMOTA TESI 1DEst. £12,000-£14,000Lot Passed
BIMOTA SB1 RACING MOTORCYCLE: According to Giorgio Sarti the SB1 came about following a direct request from Suzuki Italy for a road racing machine that could be marketed through the Italian Suzuki sales network to privateers.
1007: BIMOTA SB1 RACING MOTORCYCLEEst. £13,000-£15,000Lot Passed
TRIUMPH TRIDENT: The howl of a BSA or Triumph triple in competition is as familiar to classic enthusiasts today as it was to racing enthusiasts at the beginning of the seventies, however, our familiarity with the
1008: TRIUMPH TRIDENTEst. £13,000-£15,000See Sold Price
SUZUKI RG500 MK2: The introduction of the RG500 during 1976 had an immediate impact on the class, providing privateers who had previously been starved of competitive machinery with an effective mount to campaign at
1009: SUZUKI RG500 MK2Est. £13,000-£15,000See Sold Price
1967/8 BENELLI RACING REPLICA: Benelli returned to the 250cc Grand Prix Class in 1959, having won the 1950 250cc World Championship in 1950 with Dario Ambrosini, with a revised version of their well proven, although slightly dated
1010: 1967/8 BENELLI RACING REPLICAEst. £40,000-£50,000See Sold Price
1983 SUZUKI XR40: The opening three rounds of the 1981 500cc World Championship served as a further reminder to Barry Sheene (not that he needed one) of the performance gulf between 'privateer' and 'Works' Yamaha
1011: 1983 SUZUKI XR40Est. £60,000-£70,000See Sold Price
1984 SUZUKI XR45: Although, Sheene was to end his 500cc Grand Prix career as he had begun it - on a Suzuki, the relationship between manufacturer and rider was rarely peaceful. Their first season together in the Blue
1012: 1984 SUZUKI XR45Est. £70,000-£80,000See Sold Price
1979 HONDA RS1000 ENDURANCE: Motorcycling equivalent of the Le Mans 24 Hour race, the Bol d'Or, was, up until the early seventies the preserve of the European manufactures. Laverda established their large capacity sporting
1013: 1979 HONDA RS1000 ENDURANCEEst. £80,000-£90,000See Sold Price
1982 HONDA RS1000: William Joseph Dunlop MBE OBE competed in his first TT during 1976 and the following year secured victory in the Schweppes Jubilee TT riding a TZ750, following this with a victory in 1980 Classic TT
1014: 1982 HONDA RS1000Est. £90,000-£100,000See Sold Price
Registration Number 281 JUP: Cherished number plate 281 JUP with retention certicate.
2001: Registration Number 281 JUPEst. £350-£450See Sold Price
Registration Number FTG 771: Cherished number plate FTG 771 with retention certicate.
2002: Registration Number FTG 771Est. £700-£900See Sold Price
Registration Number PTD 96: Cherished number plate PTD 96 with retention certicate.
2003: Registration Number PTD 96Est. £1,000-£1,500See Sold Price
Registration Number 292 ACR: Cherished number plate 292 ACR with retention certicate.
2004: Registration Number 292 ACREst. £1,400-£1,800See Sold Price
Registration Number RK 7013: Cherished number plate RK 7013 with retention certicate.
2005: Registration Number RK 7013Est. £1,500-£2,000See Sold Price
Registration Number CEE 492: Cherished number plate CEE 492 with retention certicate.
2006: Registration Number CEE 492Est. £1,500-£2,000See Sold Price
Registration Number CR 4639: Cherished number plate CR 4639 with retention certicate.
2007: Registration Number CR 4639Est. £2,000-£2,500See Sold Price
Registration Number PAD 665: Cherished number plate PAD 665 with retention certicate.
2008: Registration Number PAD 665Est. £2,200-£2,600See Sold Price
Registration Number AD 6019: Cherished number plate AD 6019 with retention certicate.
2009: Registration Number AD 6019Est. £2,200-£2,600See Sold Price
Registration Number KJ 160: Cherished number plate KJ 160 with retention certicate.
2010: Registration Number KJ 160Est. £2,400-£2,800See Sold Price