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Great start to the season for H&H Auctions

The National Motorcycle Museum’s auction partner, H&H Classics, had a strong first sale of the season at the end of March, with more than £800,000 of sales. Highlights included a 1951 Vincent Rapide which sold for £31,050, a 1917 Sunbeam 8hp V-twin at £10,580 and a 1979 Honda CBX1000 six, which made £10,350.

“After pulling together such a fantastic catalogue of scooters and motorcycles, we’re very proud and delighted to achieve a remarkable sales rate of 88% in our first two-wheel sale of the year,” said Mike Davis, head of department, H&H Classics. “As always, there was a great atmosphere in the packed sale room with some spirited bidding battles that helped vendors achieve some amazing results. I’d like to thank everyone who entrusted us with one of their motorcycles or scooters, and I offer my congratulations to those successful bidders who are riding off with a new addition to their collection.”

H&H Classics’ next motorcycle and scooter sale will be held at the National Motorcycle Museum, Solihull, on 3 July.

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