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museum sale is biggest yet for H&H

H&H Classics motorcycle sale on 30 July is its biggest yet, with 312 machines estimated to raise £1.8million. A highlight at the auction, to be held in the national Motorcycle Museum in Birmingham, will be a £150,000 1932 Brough Superior 680 Black Alpine.

About 20% of the bikes will be sold with no reserve. There are also barn find collections and restored classics dating from the First World War to 2016. Roughly one-third of the bikes for sale are Japanese so there is something for everyone.

Mark Bryan of H&H Classics motorcycle department says: “Here at H&H we are going from strength to strength. The museum venue is proving to be a popular choice for people selling their bikes but also for the buyers.”

As well as the Brough Superior 680 Black Alpine, restored to look unrestored, the sale also offers a highly collectable single-owner 1955 Vincent Black Knight estimated at £40,000 to £45,000. 


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