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Lot 200 - 1977 Suzuki GT550 ‘Indy’

Estimate: No Reserve
The Suzuki GT550 is a two-stroke, air-cooled, three cylinder 1970s-era motorcycle in Suzuki's ""Grand Touring"" GT series. Even though total production of the... 
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£1,680

Lot 201 - 1966 Velocette LE

Estimate: £800 - £1,300
Velocette  is the name given to motorcycles that were made by Veloce Ltd, in Birmingham. One of several motorcycle manufacturers in Birmingham, Velocette was a... 
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£1,848

Lot 202 - 1965 BSA A50 Royal Star

Estimate: £1,000 - £3,000
The BSA Royal Star is a British motorcycle that was a radical new design for BSA that paved the way for a whole range of very successful unit construction twins. As... 
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Lot 203 - 1965 Royal Enfield Continental GT 250cc

Estimate: £2,250 - £2,850
The Royal Enfield Continental GT, the dream bike of every learner rider of the mid-1960s. Seen as the saviour of an ailing Royal Enfield company from the massed... 
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Lot 204 - 1961 BSA A7 Shooting Star 500cc

Estimate: £6,200 - £7,200
Designed by Val Page, Herbert Parker and David Munro, the BSA A7 was the first of the BSA twin-cylinder motorcycles and was ready for launch in 1939, but the... 
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Lot 205 - 1978 Honda TL125 Trails Motorcycle

Estimate: £2,000 - £2,500
Honda seriously began work on the Trials Bike competition model in 1974 with one of the most important persons on the Honda Trial Bikes History: Sammy Miller.... 
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Lot 206 - 1959 BSA A10 Golden Flash 650cc

Estimate: £5,500 - £6,750
So it was with BSA in October 1949 when the firm announced the 650cc A10 Golden Flash which would be on sale for the 1950 season. Triumph was at the root of BSA's... 
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Lot 207 - 1939 BSA 500cc Competition

Estimate: £4,000 - £5,000
The Birmingham Small Arms Company, (BSA), was formed in Birmingham in 1861. The premises were located in an area of the city called ""the Gun Quarter"" and the... 
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Lot 208 - 1961 Ducati Elite 200

Estimate: £5,500 - £6,750
Prior to the launch of the Elite in 1958, Ducati's biggest home-grown bike was a 175cc single cylinder. As the company's racing campaign flourished at the end of the... 
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Lot 209 - 1951 BSA ZB32 Goldstar 350cc

Estimate: £5,900 - £6,900
At the 1948 Motorcycle Show, BSA announced their new ZB32 Goldstar ready for the 1949 season. Intended as a sporting machine capable of competing in virtually all... 
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