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05271403 St Vincent Sc 1425-1449 Football/super Bowl Imp Set Of 25 1991 Cv$60.00 on ns1.2040-motos

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Colfax, Washington, United States

Colfax, Washington, United States

Vincent All description

Set of 25 Imperf sheets. History of Super Bowl

Vincent All for Sale

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Video: 180bhp N2O injected Vincent

Tue, 21 Feb 2012 00:00:00 -0800

The Greek God Epithemeus - the name of this three-wheeled, 180bhp Vincent record breaker - was the brother of Prometheus. Epithemeus (meaning afterthought) was the creator of many dangerous, ill thought-out beasts. Unlike his dilligent brother, Epithemeus was a bit of a f**kwit who threw everything at his powerful new animal creations with little thought of the consequences. A perfect name, then.

Brough Superior Fetches $427k At Bonhams Auction

Mon, 28 Apr 2014 00:00:00 -0700

The ex-George Brough, Brough Superior SS100, which was projected to sell in the neighborhood of $235k – $300k, actually brought in nearly half a million dollars Sunday. Registered in 1939, the motorcycle was campaigned by George Brough himself in the London-Edinburgh Trial that same year.The grand final tally for the Bonhams Stafford Sale of Pioneer, Vintage, and Collectors’ Motorcycles & Memorabilia totaled $3,419,981. “We are delighted with the results achieved for this long and well-established sale.

Classic Japanese Bikes Highlight Bonhams’ Next Auction

Mon, 07 Oct 2013 00:00:00 -0700

Bonhams’ annual fall auction, the Classic Motorcycle Mechanics Show, at Stafford County Showground is scheduled for October 20, 2013. Included in the auction is the above pictured 1974 Kawasaki H1-RW 500cc triple. Expected to sell for approximately $96,000 to $112,000, the Japanese works Grand Prix racer is one of only two machines built by the factory for the French Kawasaki importer SIDEMM for use in the 500cc World Championship. The bikes were ridden during the 1974 season by the French endurance racing specialist Christian Léon and French-Canadian Formula 750 star Yvon Duhamel.