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​Coys Motorcycle Auction at the MCN London Show

Article By Ministry of Bikes

Posted on 10 Feb 2017

Coys Motorcycle Auction at the MCN London Show

Heading to the MCN London Motorcycle Show next weekend? Coys are hosting a motorcycle auction on Saturday the 18th February at the show in the main hall. If you fancy bidding on one of the bikes up for sales, then you’ll need to purchase a catalogue which admits two people. There are set to be 130 bikes up for sale and although we couldn’t possibly show you them all, we’ve picked out some of our favourites for you to look at. If you would like more information, or want to check out any of the other models up for sale, you can visit the Coys website here: Coys Motorcycle Auction

Lot 211: 1999 Harley-Davidson FLSTC Custom


This 1999, 1340-cc Evo engined Harley was customised by an Italian styling house and is known as the Shotgun special due to the Japanese writing and the rising sun motif painted in golf leaf on the fuel tank. Many features including the seat, rear bodywork, fuel tank and exhaust are all one-off creations for this bike. It is estimated to go for £8000-£10000. More information: 1999 Harley-Davidson

Lot 215: 1964 Norton Dominator 88

Norton Dominator

The 1964 Norton Dominator 88 was a popular bike choice for the café racer bikers in the 60’s and this particular bike was then purchased in 2001 as part of a restoration project and did not get much use, so is in excellent condition. It is estimated to go for £5000-£7000. More information: 1964 Norton

Lot 253: 1949 Moto Guzzi Motoleggera 65B Guzzino

1949 Moto Guzzi

The Motoleggera 65 was the first new model to come out of the Moto Guzzi factory after World War II. The bike is powered by 2 bhp and features a 63.7-cc, 2-stroke engine and has a top speed of 31 mph. The Moto Guzzi is estimated to go for £3,500-£4,500. More information: 1949 Moto Guzzi

Lot 293: 1973 Yamaha TD3/RD350

1973 Yamaha

The 1973 Yamaha features an air cooled parallel twin, six speed gearbox reed valve engine and was one of the earliest two stokes to have auto lube, which is an automatic oil injection system relieving the user from the need to pre-mix fuel with two stroke oil. The model is reported to be in good condition. However, may be in need of some recommissioning before use. The bike is estimated to go for £3,500-£5,000. More information: 1973 Yamaha