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Harley-Davidson 1975 XRTT 748cc 2 cyl ohv 2909
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Harley-Davidson 1975 XRTT 748cc 2 cyl ohv 2909 € 95.000

Harley-Davidson ca. 1975 XRTT 748 cc V-twin OHV production racer engine # 1C 1004 H5 The AMA Grand National Championship Class C rules, introduced in 1933 and revised in 1954, had an equivalency formula limiting side valve, engines to 750 cc displacement, while more modern overhead valve engines could be a maximum of only 500 cc. Over time, this displacement advantage kept the older side valve technology on the track and discouraged a broader field of competitors. At least 200 homologated examples of a model had to be built and made available to the public. The side valve Harley-Davidson KR series had dominated Class C racing, but by the lat ...

€ 95.000 3 maanden+ Nederweert, LB
REX 1920 Model 77 550cc 1 cyl sv 2908
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REX 1920 Model 77 550cc 1 cyl sv 2908 € 22.950

Rex 1920 “Model 77” 4 HP 550 cc side valve single engine # F 1924 Harold Williams (sales manager) and his brother Billy (managing director) had been with Rex from the early years and their advertising talents and salesmanship had made a profound effect on the company’s success. In 1910 the brothers both left the firm after a boardroom row and with them went a lot of the company’s prestige. Billy Williams developed his own brand of motorcycle, the Williamson, powered by a specially made water-cooled Douglas flat twin. Rex production soldiered on till the outbreak of World War one. At the Olympia Show in November 1919 Rex was present wi ...

€ 22.950 3 maanden+ Nederweert, LB
Ariel 1932 VB 557cc 1 cyl sv 2908
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Ariel 1932 VB 557cc 1 cyl sv 2908 € 13.500

Ariel 1932 “VB 32“ 557 cc side valve single with “Swallow” launch sidecar frame # C2249 engine # C753 The Great Depression had a huge effect on economic activities in the United Kingdom. Between 1929 and 1933 Britain’s world trade fell by half, the output of heavy industry fell by a third, employment and profits plunged in nearly all sectors. At the depth in summer 1932, registered unemployed numbered 3.5 million, and many more had only part-time employment. The Ariel parent Company Components Ltd. was one of the firms that were on the brink of bankruptcy but Jack Sangster was able to buy up most of the production machinery and contin ...

€ 13.500 3 maanden+ Nederweert, LB
Neracar 1922 model A 211cc 1cyl ts 2909
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Neracar 1922 model A 211cc 1cyl ts 2909 € 16.500

Neracar 1922 “Model A” 221 cc two stroke Frame # 2402 engine # 1681 This out-of-the-box design was the brainchild of American Carl A. Neracher. He figured that a motorcycle should be clean, easy to operate, stable, comfortable and reliable. He came up with an unusual machine that was constructed more like a car than like a motorcycle; it had no frame but a chassis made of beams, 221 cc two stroke engine, friction drive with a selection of 5 speeds and hub-centre steering. This rather unique means of transport was aptly named the Ner-a-Car. First the British market got its own Neracar: In 1919 Neracher signed an agreement with the British ...

€ 16.500 3 maanden+ Nederweert, LB
Indian 1939-41 741 Sport Scout 2909
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Indian 1939-41 741 Sport Scout 2909 € 26.500

Indian ca. 1939 741 B in Sport Scout trim ca. 640cc side valve V-twin frame # 639 10173 engine# GDA 15203 This model of the famous Indian make was designed in 1939 to be used in the US army and the armies of its allies. The configuration is much like that of its bigger brother the 750 cc Military Scout (model 640 B), but the 741 is built lighter as regards to both frame and engine. There are also many differences in detail. The production ran for about 6 years till 1944. In that period no significant changes were made in the 741’s specification. Ignition is by battery and coil, (the B in the model designation points to battery /coil ignitio ...

€ 26.500 3 maanden+ Nederweert, LB
Triumph 1929 CN 498cc 1 cyl sv 2909
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Triumph 1929 CN 498cc 1 cyl sv 2909 € 9.950

Triumph 1929 “C.N.3” 498cc side valve frame # 807150 engine # 704715 Triumph rode out the mid-‘20s depression only by the introduction of its very successful Model P, and followed this up with variations on the theme with the Models N, NP and N de Luxe. However, by the late 1920s Triumph were being overtaken by the competition, and it was definitely time for something different. Announced in the motorcycling press at the beginning of October1928, the C.O. (348cc OHV) , C.N. (498cc SV) & C.S.D. (550cc SV) were an entirely new range of “c-series” machines. There were a number of features that were new for Triumph and the models w ...

€ 9.950 3 maanden+ Nederweert, LB
HRD 1949 Rapide 998cc 2 cyl ohv 2909
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HRD 1949 Rapide 998cc 2 cyl ohv 2909 € 64.500

HRD 1949 “Series-B Rapide” 998 cc OHV v-twin frame # R 4041 engine # F10AB/1/2141 Ever since the Series A’s arrival in 1937, the Vincent v-twin has been synonymous with design innovation, engineering excellence and superlative high performance. From Rollie Free’s capture of the ‘world’s fastest production motorcycle’ record in 1948 on a tuned Series-B Black Shadow to the final, fully enclosed Black Knight and Black Prince, Philip Vincent’s stress on appearance and performance is legendary. The outbreak of WW2 in 1939 brought production of all Vincent’s Series-A models to a halt, and when production was resumed at the war’s end it was with ...

€ 64.500 3 maanden+ Nederweert, LB
BSA 1935 J35 498cc 2 cyl ohv 2910
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BSA 1935 J35 498cc 2 cyl ohv 2910 € 37.500

BSA ca. 1935 J 35-12 498 cc ohv V-twin frame # E 15295 engine # D 15136 At the 1933 Olympia show BSA displayed a 14-model range; more than 60 machines were showed an one of the newcomers was a handsome 498 cc (63×80 mm) OHV v-twin, the model J 34-11. The machine was actually not a complete newcomer: it was based on a design specially prepared for the War Office a year or so earlier. After extensive tests the military authorities were satisfied with its performance and between 1933 and 1936 some 700 machines were ordered by the Army, War Office and RAF: the model J was for some years the standard British Army motorcycle. At Olympia it created ...

€ 37.500 3 maanden+ Nederweert, LB
Rex 1906 ca 500cc 1 cyl sv 2910
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Rex 1906 ca 500cc 1 cyl sv 2910 € 28.500

Rex 1906 ca. 500 cc 3 3/8 HP “The Silent Rex” frame # 17663 engine # 3054 Rex was one of the first and foremost manufacturers of motorcycles in Britain. Their advertising slogan read “ The King of British motors”, and the firm was a true market leader in design and development. From 1902 the engine was positioned vertically in the frame, and all parts were made – so claimed the makers- at their own works. At the 1904 Show no less than 50 Rex machines were on display and the firm offered a generous exchange policy “to relieve motorcyclists of their troublesome or unsatisfactory mounts in exchange for the light, low Rex, the ever re ...

€ 28.500 3 maanden+ Nederweert, LB
Imme 1950 R100 99cc 1 cyl ts 2910
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Imme 1950 R100 99cc 1 cyl ts 2910 € 7.950

Imme ca. 1950 “R100 “ 99 cc two stroke single frame & engine # 10541 During World War 2 Norbert Riedel had designed a two stroke starter engine for the first Luftwaffe jet fighters. After the war he moved into motorcycle design, His first design was the Riedel R100. The American army desperately wanted his jet starter engines, so they gave him the production tools and equipment which could be used for motorcycle production. The first test drives were made around X-mas 1947. In1948 Riedel found a production factory in IMMESTADT (Bavaria). IMME is a German word for Bee, hence the logo and name for Riedel’s brainchild. The R100 was des ...

€ 7.950 3 maanden+ Nederweert, LB
S.I.A.M.T. 1910 Corsa 262cc 1 cyl ohv 2910
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S.I.A.M.T. 1910 Corsa 262cc 1 cyl ohv 2910 € 34.950

S.I.A.M.T. 1910 “Corsa” 2 ¼ HP 262 cc OHV single frame # 302 engine # 5036 SIAMT was a cycle components and motorcycle manufacturer that was active in Turin from 1905 to around 1957. The company name was an acronym of Stabilimento Italiano Applicazioni Meccaniche Torino and it was founded by Luigi Semeria. The firm started to produce bicycles and components in 1905 and soon started experimenting with the application of internal combustion engines. In 1907, the SIAMT 2¼ HP was presented, equipped with a single-cylinder 262 cc 4-stroke engine with direct belt drive. Soon Semeria’s machines were available in “Tipo Corsa” versions for pri ...

€ 34.950 3 maanden+ Nederweert, LB
Indian 1929 402 1265cc 4 cyl sv 2910
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Indian 1929 402 1265cc 4 cyl sv 2910 € 110.000

Indian 1929 “ Series 402” 1265 cc IOE inline four frame & engine # EA 254 Early in 1927 Indian bought the entire assets of the famous ACE motorcycle corporation. Indian proceeded to manufacture the Indian –ACE until 1928 when the Indian Four took its place. The 1265 cc engine has overhead inlet valves and side exhaust valves and delivered in the late twenties form about 30 HP. About ten years later this had grown to about 40 HP and tuned examples were known to put out some 50 HP! But with output also the weight grew: a 1929 4 would weigh about 455 lb, a 1942 model (the last year of manufacture) weighs 568 lb. The Indian Four of 1929 ...

€ 110.000 3 maanden+ Nederweert, LB
Triumph 1961 TR6SS 650cc 2 cyl ohv 2902
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Triumph 1961 TR6SS 650cc 2 cyl ohv 2902 € 14.950

Triumph 1961 TR6 SS 650cc OHV twin frame # D16339 engine # TR6 SS D16339 International Six Days Trial successes in the late 1940s prompted Triumph to adopt the ‘Trophy’ name for their off-road-styled twins. The genesis of the model came with the introduction of the 650cc Thunderbird Model in 1950. This was released to meet the demand for higher-capacity motorcycles, particularly from the United States, Triumph’s largest export market. In 1954, the T110 model was introduced, a higher performance version of the Thunderbird. The success of these models and the 500cc TR5 Trophy led to the creation of a 650cc TR6 Trophy model. The TR6 was develope ...

€ 14.950 3 maanden+ Nederweert, LB
Harley Davidson 1917 17F 998cc 2 cyl ioe 2910
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Harley Davidson 1917 17F 998cc 2 cyl ioe 2910 € 49.950

Harley Davidson 1917 “17F” combination 989 cc IOE V-twin engine # 17T 14484 In 1917, the first year of war for the U.S., olive green became the standard colour for all Harley Davidson machines. The twin could be ordered with magneto ignition (“F”) or battery and coil ignition (“J”). Changes to the valve gear led to extended valve overlap, resulting in significantly more power. The output now was 14 HP @ 3,200 rpm. Compression ratio was relatively low at 3.75:1 and the unladen weight of the solo machine amounted to 150 kg. The 1917 catalogue was by no means shy about the engine’s performance: ““ Pep” is the one word which b ...

€ 49.950 3 maanden+ Nederweert, LB
Indian 1940 model 440 1265cc 4 cyl ioe 2911
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Indian 1940 model 440 1265cc 4 cyl ioe 2911 € 99.500

Indian 1940 Model 440 1265 cc inline IOE four frame # 440793 engine # DDO 793 Early in 1927 Indian bought the entire assets of the famous ACE motorcycle corporation. Indian proceeded to manufacture the Indian –ACE until 1928 when the Indian Four took its place. The 1265 cc engine has overhead inlet valves and side exhaust valves and delivered in the late twenties form around 30 HP. About ten years later this had grown to about 40 HP and tuned examples were known to put out some 50 HP! But with output also the weight grew: a 1929 4 would weigh about 455 lb, a 1941 model weighs 568 lb. For the model year 1938 a new engine was presented. The c ...

€ 99.500 3 maanden+ Nederweert, LB
Velocette 1932 KTT 348cc 1 cyl ohc 2911
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Velocette 1932 KTT 348cc 1 cyl ohc 2911 € 28.500

Velocette ca. 1932 KTT 348 cc OHC frame# X 3709 engine # KTT 426 The firm of Veloce Ltd. was formed in 1905 by Johann Goodman. It was a family business that concentrated on sound motorcycle engineering principles. Their first machines were lightweight four strokes; after that a line of top-class 250 cc two strokes was brought out. In 1924/ 25 Percy Goodman designed the 350 cc overhead camshaft model K, a machine destined to win many TTs and other races, starting with the 1926 Junior TT that was won by Alec Bennett, who finished ten minutes ahead of the second placeman with an average speed of 66.7 mph. A remarkable feat, since the Velocette b ...

€ 28.500 3 maanden+ Nederweert, LB
Triumph 1972 Bonneville 549cc 2 cyl ohv 2911
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Triumph 1972 Bonneville 549cc 2 cyl ohv 2911 € 7.450

Triumph ca. 1972 T 120 R “Bonneville” 649 cc ohv twin frame and engine # NG 37753 The Bonneville owes its creation to the 1937 Triumph Speed Twin, designed by Edward Turner. This breakthrough design served as a blueprint for future classic British motorbikes. Public demand for more power increased every year and in 1949, Turner upgraded the bike to become the 1950 6T Thunderbird. During the 1950s, Triumph racked up a number of victories on the Bonneville Salt Flats in the US. For example, in 1955, Johnny Allen rode his Triumph streamliner to 193.30 mph, setting the record for the world’s fastest motorbike. The next year, he outdid his r ...

€ 7.450 3 maanden+ Nederweert, LB
ACE 1921 1265cc ioe four cyl 2911
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ACE 1921 1265cc ioe four cyl 2911 n.o.t.k

ACE 1921 1265 cc 4 cylinder IOE engine # A 2366 William Henderson created the fabulous Ace after he left the Excelsior Company in 1919. With growing discontent he had witnessed that the Excelsior engineers added more weight to the four between 1917, the year of the Henderson takeover, and 1919, without really working on better engine design or tuning. So he left and with financial backing of bicycle maker Max Sladkin he designed a faster, lighter and more graceful machine than the Henderson had grown into. The Ace was an instant success, so much even that the company went almost bankrupt from a shortage of cash to finance the enormous growth ...

n.o.t.k 3 maanden+ Nederweert, LB
Motosacoche 1929 Model 413 500cc 1 cyl ioe 2911
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Motosacoche 1929 Model 413 500cc 1 cyl ioe 2911 € 9.950

Motosacoche 1929 “Tourisme Type 413” 498 cc MAG IOE single frame# 17182 engine#1C9 K10 603114 In 1899 the brothers Henri and Armand Dufaux from Geneva, Switzerland, designed a little four-stroke engine. This compact unit could be bolted into the frame of any ordinary pushbike: The “Motosacoche” -which approximately means “engine-bag”- was born! Very soon the quality and practical utility of the invention became known even far beyond the Swiss territory. Gradually the engines became bigger and more powerful, twin cylinders were produced and the initial idea of a motorized pedal-bike was given up. The factory built complete motorbikes under ...

€ 9.950 3 maanden+ Nederweert, LB
Sunbeam 1932 Lion 492cc 1 cyl sv 2911
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Sunbeam 1932 Lion 492cc 1 cyl sv 2911 € 11.500

Sunbeam 1932 “Lion Longstroke” 492 cc side valve single frame # B12066 engine # J6024 Sunbeam’s first overhead-valve engines were introduced in the mid-1920s but early successes were achieved with sidevalve-engined machines, most notably the 492cc (3½hp) ‘Longstroke’, which secured a debut win at the 1921 French Grand Prix ridden by Alec Bennett. In road-going form this remarkable engine with bore x stroke dimensions of 77 x 105.5 mm remained in production right up until WW2. In June 1930 the Longstroke model was restyled, it got bought-in welded steel petrol and oil tanks. It was designated “ Lion” because the Lion was one of the IC ...

€ 11.500 3 maanden+ Nederweert, LB
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