Vintage Festival And Motorcycles Auction

vintagemotorcyclefestivalSome of the finest motorcycles available for sale from the US and imported from England, Italy and Japan. About 150 very rare bikes like Ariel, Velocette, D.O.T., Indian, and many other brands from around the world. As a seller, buyer or vintage motorcycle enthusiast, a very interesting event in Birmingham, Alabama during the 5th annual Barber Vintage Festival October 9-11th. The event is held in conjunction with an air show, racing activities and a swap meet. Auction preview day is Friday, October 9, from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Details at Bator Auctions. Check also the Barber Museum

1 Response to “Vintage Festival And Motorcycles Auction”

  1. 1 Grayhawk Sep 20th, 2009 at 6:44 am

    This is one motorcycle event that is for most if not all that love the sport, races of type, meets,museum, etc. and appreciate the path that has been taken. Take the time to click thru the website. I have been to the festival all but the first year and it gets better each year.

    The museum at about 100,000 square feet over several floors is second to none and is expanding to double the size. George Barber is as good a host as is out there and one amongst us that has truly given/continues to give back to motorsports for all to enjoy. They add more too it each year and the rolling hills of Alabama are not a bad ride around.

    George,”The Milkman Barber” is just a good ole down to earth guy with a bit of class and thoughtful of those that attend , for one small instance of reference last year at the swapmeet that goes on during the festival they had a bit of rain one of the days and unlike most swapmeets the roads/walkways between vendor spots where shoppers/parts hunters walk are asphalt paved not too shabby for a swapmeet for sure on its own but as George was walking around and saw a low spot in front of a vendors spot he called for a vacuum pump truck to come and pump the low in the area of ponding pavement dry. Now I have been to a lot of swapmeets over the almost 45 years I been looking for treasures at meets but that was a first.

    The vintage festival has a bit for all that enjoy bikes.

    Makes one think a few of you custom guys should be thinking about if your not already about a permenant place/museum of own for a custom/chopper specific museum of class.

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