The next H&H Classics
Live Auction Online on June 24th includes a number of great barn find project bikes. Each would be the perfect opportunity to keep you busy and happy working in your garage until we are all free of lockdown.
If youve found boredom a problem this might be the answer. Most of these bikes, hauled out of barns and garages across Britain by Mark Bryan of H&H Classics Motorcycle Department offers the keen engineer hours of happy tinkering. And at the end of the day you will have a wonderful machine to ride and show with the satisfaction of knowing you have saved a piece of motorcycling heritage and with parts readily available online, whats stopping you? A lot of the bikes will be sold with No Reserve.
Included in the June 24th sale are a private collection of NSUs from the 1950s/60s. Expensive in the day and noted for their engineering, its unusual to see them at auction, let alone six in one sale!
Another notable rarity is the 1952 Norman B2C Trials bike, trialed in period and stored up for the last 40 plus years. Estimate: £2,000 - £3,000.
So if you are currently looking to buy a classic motorcycle there is only one place to be on June 24th the H&H Classics Live Auction Online, and bidding could not be easier. From the comfort of your own home you can phone in a bid or make a bid online.
Among the bikes in the auction that would keep you occupied for many happy weeks and months are:
1971 Honda CB750 K1 - £2,000 - £3,000.
1956 NSU OSB 125 Superfox - £1,500 - £2,500.
And finally a 1966 BSA A50 Royal Star project and a 1960s Velocette LE.