Mike Corbin Selling Steve McQueen 1940 Indian Scout Motorcycle

Steve McQueen owned about 200 motorcycles. His family auctioned 166 motorcycles in Las Vegas in 1984. Now just a few "trickle out” onto the market each year. May 3rd, during the California show called "Legend of the Motorcycle, International Concoursd’Elegance”, auctioneer Bonhams will take bids on a McQueen’s 1940 Indian Scout motorcycle that he restored for competitions. The sporty red motorcycle, restored by the late actor may fetch as much as $80,000, the auction house says. It is being sold by motorcycle-seat maker Mike Corbin. Bonhams will auction the Indian Scout (which comes with a letter from McQueen’s children certifying that it belonged to their father) with other motorcycles belonging to Corbin at the Ritz-Carlton hotel in Half Moon Bay, California. 

2 Responses to “Mike Corbin Selling Steve McQueen 1940 Indian Scout Motorcycle”

  1. 1 Greg Mar 17th, 2008 at 7:59 pm

    Unfortunately, above my bidding limit.

  2. 2 Nicker Mar 18th, 2008 at 1:28 am

    If only “money was no object”…………….. 🙁


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