Two Important Antique Motorcycle Auctions In The Next 2 weeks

pierce1First, Domi Racer Distributors Auction is June 11 in Cincinnati, OH. It includes $10+ million of vintage and NOS European Motorcycle Parts, 10+ bikes, and a great collection of motorcycle memorabilia collected by Bob Schanz. Second, Melvin Motorcycle Museum Auction is June 19 in Oscoda, MI. It includes a Massive collection of Memorabilia from The Indian Motorcycle Factory, Harley Davidson, Excelsior Henderson, Honda, and more. It also includes 10+ bikes including a 1909 Pierce Arrow 4 Cyclinder which may “possibly” be the first know in existence.  Info on both Sales is available on Liquid Assets Partners Website.
pierce2

Zipper's

3 Responses to “Two Important Antique Motorcycle Auctions In The Next 2 weeks”


  1. 1 Fritz Jun 6th, 2013 at 12:00 pm

    There is just something about an inline 4…….

    Of very great beauty about most motorcycles is the guts are open to atmosphere and to the critical eye of all. Everyone appreciates the visual beauty of mechanical parts and how they are coupled together to bring great joy and purpose to the rider. This bike is over 100 years old but just sitting at the curbside still takes your breath away.

    That bike is sooooooo beautiful……..

  2. 2 fuji Jun 6th, 2013 at 1:06 pm

    One great looking bike and with the inline.

    Who was the first ingenious inventive, cunning , clever person that developed the fuel and oil tank in frame. Looks like this may have been the first one.

    Arlen Ness did it in the 80’s with his digger bikes

    I assumed someone else of late [ 90’s [ clamed fame of it . Pays to do patent reserch..

  3. 3 Barry Brown Jun 7th, 2013 at 6:24 am

    All of Bob Schantz’ desirable bikes were sold in Los Angeles shortly after his death years ago, only the dregs remain.
    When you comment “the first know in existence” did you mean “the earliest example extant”? Too bad it has suffered from a “Pebble Beach” restoration.

Comments are currently closed.
S&S
Crusher
S&S
Barnett
S&S

Subscribe

Socialize

Facebook Google+ Twitter