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    Re: 2020 Vegas auctions

    I like the 63 KRTT and the 41WR Hill Climber
    1938 WLDR
    1940 WL (Race Bike)
    1944 WL
    1948WR
    19545KHK

    http://1944WL.webs.com

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    Re: 2020 Vegas auctions

    Quote Originally Posted by Buzz_Kanter View Post
    I have decided I have many more motorcycles than I want or have the time to care for.

    After long discussions with both Mecum and Bonhams I will be offering a number of very nice and rare classic motorcycles in Las Vegas through Bonhams.

    A lot of old racebikes and a few others. Still finalizing which ones to let go and which ones to keep.
    Im curious what made you pick one auction over the other? Less fees, better results, higher reserves. Less leg work for the seller. I would think for you. It would be better to do a full page add in AIM.

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    Re: 2020 Vegas auctions

    Thanks Buzz. Looking forward to hear what you're letting go.
    Steve

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    Re: 2020 Vegas auctions

    Quote Originally Posted by Buzz_Kanter View Post
    I have decided I have many more motorcycles than I want or have the time to care for.

    After long discussions with both Mecum and Bonhams I will be offering a number of very nice and rare classic motorcycles in Las Vegas through Bonhams.

    A lot of old racebikes and a few others. Still finalizing which ones to let go and which ones to keep.
    You don't have to sell them Buzz. I can store, & maintain a few of them for you, no charge...
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    60 VW TRIKE-HOMEMADE
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    Re: 2020 Vegas auctions

    Quote Originally Posted by rob View Post
    Im curious what made you pick one auction over the other? Less fees, better results, higher reserves. Less leg work for the seller. I would think for you. It would be better to do a full page add in AIM.
    Mecum is offering a lot of bikes and will do a good job on high volume. Bonhams is going with fewer but more interesting machines.
    Buzz Kanter
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    Re: 2020 Vegas auctions

    Harley-Davidson NOS Us Navy Big Twin Front Forks In Original Box
    https://www.mecum.com/lots/LV0120-40...-original-box/


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    Re: 2020 Vegas auctions

    1940 Crocker Big Tank V-Twin
    Engine no. 40-61-114
    • Formerly owned by Crocker employee Elmo Looper
    • From the last two years of Crocker motorcycle production
    • One of fewer than 30 Big Tanks built
    • Engine and transmission overhaul by Mike Lange
    https://www.bonhams.com/auctions/258...gth=127&page=1


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    Re: 2020 Vegas auctions

    1918 Harley-Davidson 60.33ci Model 18J
    Engine no. L18T17150A
    • Perhaps the finest 'original paint' 1918 Harley Twin in the world
    • With mild re-commissioning it should start and run
    • 1918 – Harley-Davidson were already building a reputation for reliability
    https://www.bonhams.com/auctions/258...gth=127&page=1



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    Re: 2020 Vegas auctions

    https://www.bonhams.com/auctions/258...gth=127&page=1
    1929 Brough Superior 680 OHV Project
    Frame no. H18 (see text)
    Engine no. GTOY/S 40676/S
    • Believed to be a matching numbers Brough 680
    • A rare, near-complete Brough project
    • One of the nicest riding Broughs of them all


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