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ThE auction and viewing is to be held at Shed 5. 90 Wellesley Street. . Webb’s is pleased to provide intending buyers with condition reports on any lots. The condition of items are not generally detailed in this catalogue.19TH OCTOBER 9AM .3PM OTHERWISE BY APPOINTMENT CONTACT NEIL CAMPBELL: 021 875 966 FRONT COVER GInger Molloy navigating the Ulster in 1968 at high speed on the Bultaco TSS Works (refer lot 78) INSIDE FRONT COVER Detail of formidable 1975 Suzuki RG500 XR14 (refer lot 92) INSIDE BACK COVER Detail of 1968 Bultaco TSS Works (refer lot 78) IMPORTANT NOTE: A buyer’s premium of 15% will be charged on all lots in this catalogue. Auckland Wednesday 19 Oct 2011 6. top deck.30PM PREVIEW: FRIDAY 07 OCTOBER 6PM – 9PM DAILY VIEWING: FROM THE 8TH . Buyers must satisfy themselves to the condition of lots they bid on and should refer to clause 6 in the Conditions of Sales for Buyers printed at the back of the catalogue. GST is payable on the buyer’s premium only.

to the Grand Prix Bultaco (refer Lot 78) direct from Ginger Molloy’s lifetime collection and the ground-breaking RG500 XR14 (refer Lot 92) there are some truly historic works of industrial design.” Fay Taylour. comes to the open market. she need not lose her femininity over the job. thankfully. But it merely shows her adaptability. 1920s Champion speedway competitor and exquisite 1927 DT5 pilot. She can be just as normal in the leather gear of a speed merchant as she is in a billowy evening frock. It you have a moment. Another brilliant 1930’s piece of kit is the formidable Rudge Ultser (refer Lot 57) which offers great New Zealand race provenance and is in tremendous condition. CLASSIC motorcycles AND CARS OF THE DAY lot FOREWORD 5 . Webb’s “If a woman is strong enough and enjoys the thrills. Once again it has been a complete pleasure working with the current custodians of these remarkable machines. Refer Lot 54. The 1930s are also well represented with the iconic OK Supreme bronze head race bike (refer Lot 61) gracing the catalogue. which offers its original purchase receipt and three generations of family history. The cars in the catalogue were selected on the basis of romantic histories. I am sure it offers to many (including our visitors from across the commonwealth) lovely memories of growing up in Mum’s car. The same might be said of the 1960’s Holden FB Ute which celebrates Australia’s car industry coming into its own. We look forward to sharing a fine Moa beer or a dram of whisky with you on the night. The selection of veteran Triumph’s is also remarkable as they hail from one of New Zealand’s better known and long term restorers. Although the 1969 Morris 1300 (refer Lot 81) may not have the pedigree of the immaculate 1961 SL190 Roadster (refer Lot 75). They reflect period innovation and the 20th century’s fascination with combustion technology and its application to spirited travel and intrepid velocity. On the rarity front. Webb’s is also proud to be offering the late Don Gordon’s collection of vintage motorcycles which reflects a man who loved riding fine bikes with good people. The 1912 Bradbury (refer Lot 46) is an ode to an extremely talented generation of people who.The machines offered here span more than 100 years of New Zealand motorcycling history. Fresh stock from this period rarely. if she can take to the sport as the men do. search youtube to see its recent maiden voyage after more than 90 years in the docks. she is in for a good time. I know there are people who think that there is something abominable about a woman on the dirt-track. one of the world’s greatest period restorers. A personally favorite is the 1927 Douglas DT5 which is a New Zealand new example of the first purpose built speedway machine that was notoriously associated with the wonderfully talented and at time controversial speedway merchant Ms Taylor (see right). You will also note a well-defined selection of definitive post-classic’s. The collection of immaculate and exemplary late 1960’s and early 1970’s Honda’s will no doubt attract a great deal of attention. if ever. the circa-1912 Calthorpe (refer Lot 45) is thought to be one of only four in existence in the world. Nevertheless. Thank you and good luck! Neil Campbell Managing Director. recognised the value of this period of engineering long ago. This particular machine being restored by none other than England’s Hughie Handcox. for it is easier for her to overdo things. From the remarkably original 1905 Minerva (refer Lot 43). But she has to exercise greater care. So too will the pristine examples of mid-seventies Triumphs.

nz | +64 21 510 876 Colin McCahon Comet F11 acrylic on jute canvas signed and dated ‘74 920mm x 620mm $160.lot IMPORTANT WORKS OF ART 6 DECEMBER 2011 ENTRIES NOW INVITED CONTACT: Sophie Coupland 6 .000 .$220.


Zhang Xianyong works and lives in Shanghai. His work is humorous. confronting and conceptually +64 21 496707 8 . Xianyong belongs to a new generation of young Chinese photographers who engage with both traditional Chinese storytelling and Western modes of representation. contact Renée Tanner rtanner@webbs.lot ZHANG XIANYONG 4 – 18 NOVEMBER PREVIEW 3 NOVEMBER Webb’s is pleased to announce an exhibition of photographic work by Zhang Xianyong. For further enquiries. Xianyong’s sprawling works are generally composed of a myriad of cultural references juxtaposed visually against one another. they are aimed at shining a light on a modern China that is torn between its past and its future. His works form a carefully staged tableau that reflects on the rapid pace of China’s economic development and the radical cultural shift that it has brought about in Chinese society.

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MON 31 OCT 2011
Further entries
now invited

This sale will feature fine New Zealand
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Champagne, First Growth Bordeaux,
premium Burgundy and a selection of
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Suitable entries are now invited. The
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“As soon as we heard about the newly formed
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Circa 1960s $80 . “Bezza Chopper” by Britains Ltd (with box).$140 9 Toy Cycle 10 Tin Extremely rare and original Tin Toy Cycle Original pressed tin toy horizontally opposed twin.000 .$140 Rare and original pressed tin toy depicting “Racer No 7” by Lincoln. $80 . $50 . Circa 1960s. Maker unknown.$80 lot Two Dispatch Riders Two Dicing Speedway Riders “Dicing Speedway Riders” by Britains Ltd (with box). made in West Germany. $50 . $50 . Circa 1960s.$2. $80 .$140 pressed tin toy depicting early vertical twin with high-mounted fishtail exhaust and spooky carnival rider. Circa 1960s.000 . Circa 1960s $80 . 1971 “Chopcycle” by Mattel (no box). $80 .$140 Tin Toy Cycle Rare and original pressed tin toy depicting sophisticated race machine of the period.$80 lot Two ‘Speed Twin’ riders Chopper by Britains Ltd (no box).$140 4 2 lot 5 lot lot 16 3 “Speed Twin’ by Britains Ltd (with box). Circa 1960s. $80 . $50 . Made in Japan.$80 7 8 Original pressed tin toy depicting horizontally opposed twin.$80 10 3 lot lot 2 lot Toy Choppers lot 1 1 9 8 lot 5 lot 6 11 “BLUE VW” PERSONALISED PLATES $1. Circa 1960s. Made in England.MEMORABILIA 7 4 Tin Toy Cycle 6 Tin Toy Cycle “US Dispatch Rider” by Britains Ltd (with box). “German Dispatch Rider” by Britains Ltd (with box).$140 Tin Toy Cycle Original pressed tin toy depicting “Racer No 15”. made in West Germany.

$1200 A Military Issue 16 BENRUS. $100 .$4.$400 A Gentleman’s 17 ETERNAMATIC. sweep second and date window. $100 .As new with original box and papers showing purchase in NZ 16/02/08 $3. Stainless Steel Cased `Kontiki’Wristwatch. Coated titanium case.$200 Medal 18 17 lot Badge 11 AA AA Badge. $300 . This badge MUST be returned when membership ceases 77973.B. Dickson. Matt black face with Arabic 24 hour numerals.000 CLASSIC motorcycles AND CARS OF THE DAY . Triple registers. Described by the makers as a high-tech racing watch with formula one form. S/N 044569. E.J.11A 15 lot London Exeter London 13 1911 Motorcycling Club Gold Gold Medal engraved “26th and 27th December 1911. Secretary.” $100 . Brushed grey stainless case. original pressing A engraved “Property of the lot 13 lot 12 lot lot 11A 16 14 17 . Jenkins”.$200 Speed Judging Bronze 12 1910 Medal Bronze Medal marked “Dobson Piccadilly” and engraved “October 1st 1910.$200 lot brushed stainless steel case. A Gentleman’s TT3 18 ORIS. Trials Hon. London” and engraved “The Motor Cycling Club. London S. $100 . Motorcycle. Black crocodile strap. New Zealand. Original owner’s name inscribed on reverse. Wristwatch. GS-00S-54524. Brooklands Race Meeting. rose gold finish to various elements. Verso kontiki raft motif on gold insert. $300 .W. March 1965.000 . Black face with polished batons. London”. Motorcar F.$200 Club Pin 14 Motorcycling Club Pin marked “Collins. carbon fibre dial.$400 Brooklands Race 15 1913 Meeting Silver Cup Silver Cup marked “Harrods. 1913”. Automatic 25 jewel movement visible under crystal back. Chronograph Rally Watch With Second Time Zone.” $800 . tachymetric outer scale. Silver cup rests on turned base which is also marked “Harrods. luminous markers and sweep second. Accompanied by 1907 Motorcycling Club box.MEMORABILIA lot Automobile Association Auckland. Presented to E.B Dickson”.

as the team at Webb’s has discovered. The people of the earth cried out. ‘Banzai Run’ was designed by hero designer Pat Lawlor who happened to be into motorbikeS – no kidding. so the ball moves rather quickly and timing is the key to mastering the vertical layout – just like in real life! The graphics and soundscape are classic. there was darkness in the world of pinball and all was boring. Released in 1988. This example is in great condition and highly addictive. along came the saviour and his name was Pat. And Pat said “Let there be Banzai Run” and there was Banzai Run. The game takes the concept of multiple playfields to the extreme.000 In the beginning.$5. one day.000 . . “Who will save us from the torment of pinball hell?” Then. putting the upper level on the back glass. a new beginning took shape. The upper level is nearly vertical. and the LCD read-outs up on top of the playfield.lot ‘Banzai Run’ 19 Iconic Pinball Machine $2.

610mm.$900 “Gargoyle” Sign 25 Mobiloil Original enamelled tin sign H.$600 lot lot H.765mm.630mm $700 .$900 H. W. W. $700 .765mm $200 .715mm W.$850 Motor Oil Sign 21 Texaco Original enamelled tin sign “Ring-Free” 23 MacMillan Motor Oil Sign lot lot lot Crown Gasoline Sign 20 Red Original enamelled tin sign 19 .760mm.915mm $700 .$450 CLASSIC motorcycles AND CARS OF THE DAY .1070mm $750 .$250 Triton Motor Oil Sign 24 Royal Original enamelled tin sign State Motor Oil 26 Quaker Original enamelled tin sign Oil Sign 27 Amalie Original enamelled tin sign H.$400 Diametre. $150 .$900 lot lot lot H.760mm.740mm. W.MEMORABILIA Original enamelled tin sign H.675mm $400 .900mm. W.765mm.Tires Sign 22 Brunswick Original enamelled tin sign H.610mm $250 . W.760mm. W.

$1.505mm and H.$550 Tires Sign 31 Hood Original enamelled tin sign H.1830mm $250 . $350 . W. W.1100mm.450mm.2300mm $800 .310mm.$350 State Oil Sign 30 Quaker Original enamelled tin sign lot lot lot Motors Sign 28 Hally Original enamelled tin sign Motor Oil Sign and 34 Coop Houghton’s Oils Sign Original enamelled tin sign H.720mm. W.1820mm $600 . W.525mm.$600 Oil Sign 32 Standard Original enamelled tin sign H.190mm $200 .$700 lot lot H.920mm.$300 .900mm.$700 20 Sign 33 Certified Original enamelled tin sign H. W. W.650mm $400 .Original enamelled tin sign H. W.255mm.210mm.2400mm $500 .310mm. W. W.1200mm and H.000 lot lot Sign and 29 Firestone Champion Sign H.

345mm. W.520mm $300 .405mm.350mm $200 .390mm $200 .210mm $150 . W.165mm.$250 Motor Spirit One 42 Plume Gallon Drum Original enamelled tin sign H.300mm.$300 lot lot H.610mm and H.$300 lot You” Sign Gasoline Sign 41 Sinclair Original enamelled tin sign H.765mm $200 . W.MEMORABILIA lot H.610mm and H.180mm.305. W.$400 Gillette Tires Signs 38 Two Original enamelled tin sign lot lot lot Oil Sign 35 Mobil Original enamelled tin sign 21 .37 Sinclair Motor Oil One Gallon Drum Original enamelled tin sign Diametre.300mm $200 . W.$300 Supertune Service” 39 “Shell Sign and “Localized For lot REGULAR Sign 36 Mobil Original enamelled tin sign Sign and Castrol 40 Pennzoil Sign Original enamelled tin sign H. W.350mm.500mm.$250 Original enamelled tin sign H.$300 H.305 $150 .460mm. D. D.$300 CLASSIC motorcycles AND CARS OF THE DAY . W.360mm. W.345mm each $200 .

000 20 . 12585 $20.lot 43 1905 Minerva ENG.000 .$30.

Thriving his way through early New Zealand. Matchless and Royal Enfield.This is certainly one of the first Pioneer machines to have arrived in New Zealand and comes with three generations of family history.25” Beaded edge tyres and tubes Original carburettor Carburettor Minerva Longuemare No 23437 Brevete S>G>D>G 3. entering a machine in the 560-mile Sydney-to-Melbourne race – Minerva placed 1st. Cylinder barrel 12583 Magneto drive case (markings) Brevete 179842 Bosh magneto: high tension Frame: Chatea Lea built in London Fork links: Chatea Lea patent number 519/06 Wheels: 26” x 2. The charisma of this machine is steeped in local history and reflects the intrepidity of Thomas Hancock as a young man roaring through the goldfields of early New Zealand having one hell of ride. Minerva employed a workforce of 1. by 1904.5” Built in Belgium Price new: 70 pounds (1905) NZ new CLASSIC motorcycles AND CARS OF THE DAY IN THE BEGINNING 21 . Minerva was one of great names in the early days of the motorcycle. in a wattle-and-daub hut. Hancock acquired modest wealth and made himself the first man to own a motorcycle on the goldfields of Lawrence. It is one of the earliest motorcycles known to exist in New Zealand and comes with a well-recorded history. (the original sales certificate is included) this machine has remained in the same family for three generations. The company placed emphasis on competition performance – developing a big 7hp V-twin which qualified for the final of the world motorcycle championship at the Zurenborg Velodrome. He put the Minerva to task: legend has it that it was the first machine to climb Jacob’s Ladder onto the Spur! Acquired from Marshall & Summers.000. 2nd and 3rd. Minerva was supplying engines to more than 75 cycle factories in Britain and Europe and. Minerva ventured into Australia in 1905. Their advanced designs (they were employing OHV by 1903!) and superb quality made Minerva the supplier of choice for many producers including Triumph. Hancock was born in the winter of 1878 on the wet and muddy goldfields of Munro’s Gully. The machines manufactured by Minerva were the first practical. This machine continued to set new speed records and featured heavily in continental race results. The original owner of this remarkable Minerva was a man called Thomas Hancock. Milton.2231 Ring width: 168mm Actual width: 82mm Cast-iron piston Dunlop beaded edge tyres: 26” x 2. Hancock successfully mined Munro’s Gully and the Blue Spur mine and. By the end of 1902. lightweight proprietary units to enter the market. as he was one of the first in that area. Lawrence. Ariel. Antwerp.5hp Bore: 3.

Manufactured from 1905. It is believed that this machine was commissioned by Arthur Walter Gamage who. BSA frame and druid fork certainly connects it to the very beginning of low-volume. Gamage went on to become the official supplier of uniforms to the Boy Scout movement and continued to expand his business. in 1872. Brown and Barlow carburettor. A large zoological department and a toy department were joined by a motor department where one could purchase a motorcycle and all the equipment required for running it.000 LITTLE KNOWN The rapid rise and fall of backstreet workshops meant that many factories faded from the scene as quickly as they popped up. 3279 $20.000 . often leaving no documentary evidence of their existence. This machine has recently been re-fettled by one of New Zealand’s leading specialists in the field of ventran technology. the Gamage’s basic DNA with its White and Poppe engine. Gamage died in 1930 and tradition has it that he lay in state in the motorcycle department with a guard of honour made up of members of his staff. handfinished machines.$30. Just a few artefacts have survived and this is one of them. . established a small business that grew into one of London’s great department 22 stores. Bosch magneto.lot 44 Circa 1907 Gamage of Holburn ENG.

This particular example was acquired by Mr Stacey of Royal Oak in 1914. he made a terrible job of the front fender (which is still apparent). far more serious events overtook the world and Mr Stacey found himself in the theatre of war. as he removed it. in about 1890 and built his first motorcycles at Calthorpe’s Barn Street premises in 1910 – one source says they were first exhibited at the Stanley Cycle Show in 1909. this incredibly rare machine is believed to be one of four left in existence.000 George W Hands began manufacturing bicycles in Bordesley. he dropped tools and presented the dismantled machine (minus the magneto!) to his brother on his thankful return from the war. Mr Stacey came off second-best during an encounter with a tree and retired the machine for repair. his brother decided to repair the machine. Soon after this. CLASSIC motorcycles AND CARS OF THE DAY lot 45 A PROMISE KEPT 23 .$30. It comes with a spare motor and gearbox which are both in reasonable order. 12908 $20. Before this repair could take place. However. It is believed that. Birmingham. Some 43 years later. given his lack of success with this job. while he served his country. Bill has made good on the promise with the Calthorpe once again in riding order (go to youtube / 1912 Calthorpe). to do that. Then Bill Shears acquired the machine in 1968 as Mr Stacey was entering the Masonic Old People’s Home. With very low numbers ever produced. he needed the magneto off the bike to run his welding apparatus and.000 . A promise was made that Bill would reassemble the bike to ensure that it lived on.Circa 1912 Calthorp Lightweight ENG.

sadly. Bradbury Motor Cycles had won more than 300 first prizes including 18 gold medals in hill-climbing competitions. Bradbury motorbikes were superior machines for their day.$40.000 24 A THING WELL MADE The finish of this wonderful machine speaks for itself. by 1910. 5980 $30. It was a remarkable work of industrial design when it was first conceived almost 100 years ago and it remains a great reminder that New Zealand has some of the very best veteran enthusiasts in the world. One could go on about the fact that Bradbury & Co. This is a remarkable opportunity to secure a rare and superb example of the pre eminent Bradbury De-Luxe. However. .000 . was established in 1852 or that its first motorcycle was fitted with a 1hp Minerva (refer Lot 43) clip-on engine and that. The combination of skills and knowledge required to restore a veteran machine to this level is extremely rare and. dwindling.lot 46 1912 Bradbury DELUXE ENG. As a project it took more than a few years to reach this level of completion. what strikes most about this machine (putting aside its sheer beauty) is the level of craftsmanship that has been poured into.

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TT 500 with Sturmey
Archer Hub
ENG. 28832 CTI
FRAME. 217632
$18,000 - $28,000


Concentrating on upgrading its clutch and
gear-changing technology, Triumph continued
to improve its motorcycles between 1910 and
1915. A variable pulley belt drive, which offered
a selection of gear ratios, was introduced in
1908. In 1911, a simple rear hub clutch was

introduced and, in 1913, Triumph offered a
three-speed rear hub. Restored by Phil Aubert
Bedard this exquisite example was awarded
2nd place by the New Zealand Vintage Club in
the highly competitive class of Most Creditable

ENG. 264-5
FRAME. 56328
$7,000 - $10,000


In 1913, Triumph offered a new two-stroke
225cc model. Triumph was the first factory to
target the female rider with a machine made
to their exacting standards and weighing just
129 pounds. With its two-speed gearbox and

clutchless operation, the ‘Baby T’ offered
considerable value. A top seller, the Baby
Triumph remained in production until 1926. This
is a very correct example from the Phil Aubert
Bedard Collection.






Triumph 550cc
with Sturmey Archer hub
ENG. 31991
FRAME. RTV451483
$20,000 - $30,000



A wonderful machine from the Phil Aubert
Bedard collection. This early Triumph once
belonged to the Bank of New Zealand and
was employed to ensure the payroll for the
Taringamotu saw mill arrived from Taumarunui
in a safe and timely fashion.

Circa 1914 AJS V Twin BARN FIND ENG. 422 $4.500 .$6.500 CLASSIC motorcycles AND CARS OF THE DAY lot 50 29 .

000 GENTLEMEN’S FOLLY This Triumph is a truly remarkable example of what was being produced out of Birmingham during the grim years of the Great War.000 . . the side chair was hand crafted by eye and used no metal framing to ensure minimum weight and trueness to the original design. every aspect of the 550cc Model H is correct in both function and form. 41881 YTM FRAME. the finish and absolute correctness of this machine places it and its restorer among the very best.$45. It is also one of the most extraordinary restoration projects one is likely to see. This must have also been in stark contrast to the gruesome demands of the Great War. As an example of Mr Bedards’ commitment to this period of design. The level of detail in both methodology in materials earned Phil Aubert Bedard 1st 30 place for the Most Credible Restoration.lot 51 1915 Triumph Model H with combo ENG. The sheer elegance of this machine is a gorgeous reminder of the precision and good natured ambition of the people of the day. Using traditional methods. an acknowledgement never given lightly by the New Zealand Vintage Club. 266508 $35. it took four attempts to recreate the wicker side chair correctly. With the culmination of over 40 years of experience. Recommissioned by Phil Aubert Bedard.

000 . 314086 $18.000 CLASSIC motorcycles AND CARS OF THE DAY lot 52 31 . F341DRX FRAME.$28.1921 Triumph Model SD ENG.

5071218 $18.$28.000 32 .lot 53 1922 Triumph 550cc Model H ENG.000 .

Races which were expected to attract 1. CLASSIC motorcycles AND CARS OF THE DAY lot 54 IMMACULATE SPEED 33 . very successful at that sport as well. This immaculate example was brought into New Zealand new and has remained in Christchurch ever since. It was THE unbeatable machine of the 1927/’28/’29 seasons and any rough-track rider worth their salt rode the DT5. H3172 FRAME. One of the riders that made the DT5 infamous was a woman called Fay Taylour who was a champion speedway competitor in the late 1920s. Fay had remarkable talent and achieved great success until women were banned from ALL speedway tracks in England in 1930.000 The DT5 was the world’s first purpose-built speedway machine. the DT5 suited the leg-trailing riding style on the cinder tracks of that time. as it caught the public imagination like wildfire after the sport arrived from Australia. Australia and New Zealand. Born in 1904 in Ireland. so Fay switched to racing cars and became.$45. Offering a 500cc OHV flattwin with an extremely low centre of gravity.000 spectators were suddenly swamped with 20. The popularity of this sport in the late 1920s is difficult to imagine.000 . she was travelling the world by the age of 21. A03 $35.000 people! This caused great difficulties with crowd and traffic control but made promoters (and ultimately riders) a great deal of money in at the time. naturally. racing on the incredibly popular speedway tracks in England.1927 Douglas DT5 500cc Speedway Machine ENG.

28J3061 $18. On top of this is the din of hard iron and ancient combustion which remains. Introduced first in 1915. two big pistons move up and down and. the Model J is the Zambesi River of V-twin design – the source of all others. This particular machine is in original working order. It seems that the crucial ingredients of Harley-Davidson today have not changed in over 90 years! For many. to this day. Essentially.lot lot 55 1928 Harley Davidson Model J ENG. it has spent its life in rural New Zealand since new and its patina reflects some hard but golden years. The sheer weight of the bottom end delivers tonnes of torque at low speed. it was a 61-cubic-inch F-Head V-twin that pounded adrenalin-pumping power to an unsuspecting public. to be matched. phase-fired in turn.$25. their explosive hammer blows convert into the 34 rotary movement of a mighty crank shaft.000 FIRST BLOOD The Model J was and remains strong in the bloodline of Harley-Davidson.000 . .

sales were extremely slow and this particular example was sold in 1931. It is. CLASSIC motorcycles AND CARS OF THE DAY lot 56 ONE OF THE LAST 35 .$16. The rare inclined/sloper engine and saddle tank immediately positioned the NSD as a modern machine.1930 Triumph NSD de Lux 549cc AND OUTFIT ENG. therefore. This example is remarkably original and is believed to be one of fewer than 17 left in existence. 1915 Triumph Model H with combo).000 NSD units ever built. G2402 DGT $11. this machine was one of fewer than 2. Because of the Wall Street Crash. Assembled at the Triumph factory in Coventry in August 1930. more accurate to describe this machine as a 1930-built 1931 model.000 NSD stands for New Spring Drive* (refer Lot 52 1921 Triumph Model SD) but apart from its engine capacity it really had no relationship to the Model SD of 1920–1927 which was an all-chain-drive version of the Model H (refer lot 51.000 . *Spring Drive was a device to reduce the snatch in the chain drive which had previously been taken up by the belt of the Model H.

fastest roading single of the day. an aluminium bronze cylinder head and a pressed roller-bearing crankshaft. The engine boasted a unique pent roof combustion chamber. 230 $20. The precision-built performance machines. which . the Rudge Ulster was ahead of its time and.$30.lot 57 1930 Rudge Ulster ENG. The Ulster also utilised an in-house-designed four-speed gearbox. The set-up went on to win the 1930 TT (Senior and Junior) with the same design. Rudge was chasing a dream – to build the finest. ironically.000 . with the radially set exhaust valves giving better top-end gas flow with the twin exhaust pipe. It had an innovative rocker arm arrangement. Technically. He was riding a Rudge Whitworth four-valve head engine which was new and obviously powerful. The technology Rudge adopted was inspired by the demands of WWI which had 36 pushed engineering to its limits on a daily basis.000 RUDGE IT In 1928. Graham Walker won the Ulster Grand Prix averaging a record 130kph. this combined with the financial crisis of the early 1930s led to its demise.

The girder blades are excellent as are the spindles and bushes. 2009 and 2010. had to give way to the accountants. The brakes (linings) are very good and perform well. reliable service and can still clock over 100mph. new rings were installed. it was raced as a hand change (vintage set-up) in the PreWar classification and took second place in the Championship. May she bring to life once again one of the greatest factory slogans of the day: “Don’t trudge it. Stroke 88mm High-compression piston (ratio ~ 12:1) Amal Type 29 carburettor jetted for Methanol BTH KD1 Magneto Rudge gearbox: hand and foot change assemblies Clutch: Rudge Rear sprocket: Rudge quick change with offside rear brake Front brake can be linked to rear pedal Frame: standard 1930 Front Wheel: 21” WM1 Rear Wheel: 19” WM2 CLASSIC motorcycles important vintage & collectable AND CARS OFmotorcycles THE DAY were constantly winning road-racing glory. valves re-seated. Rudge it!” 37 . however. It won the Burt Munro Pre-1963 Girder Fork Trophy for the Teretonga Park races in 2009. In summary. It was. etc. This particular example has won many New Zealand and Australian Classic Racing titles including the New Zealand Classic Racing Register Vintage Championship in 2008 and the New Zealand Classic Racing Register Pre-War Championship in 2009. a great machine which provided a glimpse into the future. The engine was rebuilt in 2009: the bore was honed. In 2010. she is great bike which has given excellent.Bore 85mm. The gearbox was rebuilt in 2008 with new 2nd and 3rd sliding gears. It won the Gianne Perrone Trophy for the NZCMRR Vintage Scratch race in 2008 and had a number of 2nd and 3rd placings in other Festival pre-war Scratch races in 2008. rockers trued.

lot 58 1937 Velocette KSS Period Modified Racer 1937 KSS/MAC $8.000 SIBLING RIVALRY The heart of early motorcycle racing in New Zealand was fuelled by the privateer. there was the Motorcycle Union and the officials that ensured things ran smoothly and the right level of talent 38 was represented at a international level.000 .$12. but it was the group of men who dedicated their time and energies to local competition that ensured the race scene continued to grow into what it is today. Both set ups are based on pre-war KSS (Camshaft Super Sport) Velocette 350’s – with a strong bottom . to me. represent the very essence of New Zealand’s early race scene. The two machines offered here. Sure.

000 . CLASSIC motorcycles AND CARS OF THE DAY lot 59 39 . Each machine offers a different kind of frame.000 end. racing clutch and relatively free revving engine they were ideal for the relatively complex road tracks of New Zealand.$12. Simply put these are historic racers in the true sense of the word and they deserve to be raced again. Both machines were raced well and consistently by one of New Zealand’s long standing quite achievers in the early motorcycle racing scene. Tuned well they were capable of 90mph. the other sporting a pre war modified Velo frame with Armstrong prototype leading fork setup. one being the highly forgiving late model MAC frame.1937 Velocette KSS Period Modified Racer 1937 KSS/Prewar Velo Frame $8.

high-level exhausts. they announced the Tiger series. The Tiger 90 is. 80 and 90 (with the model number representing the top speed). . Turner’s Tigers are widely recognised as the most stylish sports roadsters of the period and thus are highly sought-after. Today. Struggling to survive. However. lightweight machines which were marketed as the Tiger 70. The genius of Edward Turner and Bert Hopwood is evident throughout this design. a critical juncture in the history of Triumph motorcycling. transformed the Val Page-designed overheadvalve singles by adopting sports-specification engines. Producing a creamy 90mph. inspiration came from an unlikely quarter: Ariel Motorcycles’ Managing Director Jack Sangster had brought his company ‘back from the black’ with the legendary Ariel Square Four and was persuaded by its then legendary designer. forks. 40 Doing so in 1936. registered with The Vintage Club of New Zealand. a brilliant stylist. The dream team was created and.$24. the 1937 T90 was a brilliant performer on the road and an absolute stunner on the showroom floor. 2T62367 FRAME. Edward Turner.000 . TH1401937 $18.000 One of the most important motorcycles designed by Triumph. Sangster appointed Turner to run the Triumph motorcycle division. Designing a new range of fast. Turner. Frames. engines and gearboxes were all improved for 1937 and a trio of randomly selected Tigers successfully completed a series of arduous speed trials to secure the Maudes Trophy for Triumph later in the year. Triumph had been losing money for six years during the Great Depression and was under strong pressure from its board to concentrate on car production – an entirely unpalatable suggestion for a company with such a strong two-wheeled heritage. chromed fuel tanks and of course the new name: ‘Tiger’.lot 60 1937 Triumph Tiger 90 500cc OHV ENG. Provenance: From the collection of Don Gordon. quite literally saved the marque from collapse. the Tiger series. without question. in 1937. Bert Hopwood was offered the role as head designer. on top of this. to take over Triumph.

In 1922 Walter Handley completed the fastest lap in the Isle of Man TT 250 class at 51. Provenance: from the John Howard museum collection. one of the world’s most knowledgeable and experienced restorers of fine motorcycling engineering. the son of Ernest Humphries who was one of the founder of OK Supreme. Ernest Humphries lead his company through extraordinary times with his obsession with quality speed and design leading him to acquiring HRD in the late 1920’s.000 . This fine example has been meticulously restored by Hughie Hancox.$65. stability and square jawed good looks.1937 OK Supreme Bronze Head ENG. A03 $60. Manufactured from 1899. H3172 FRAME. CLASSIC motorcycles AND CARS OF THE DAY lot 61 41 .000 Arguably one of the best looking machines of its era the OK Supreme embodied a highly refined design philosophy focused on speed. a limited number of JAP 350cc racing machines were available until the death of John Humphries. Although production ceased in 1939.00 mph on a tricked up OK Supreme. From an early stage the OK Supreme racing models were notoriously formidable. From the wonderful logo and color design to the purposeful cam driven power plant complete with the ambitious Bronze head – the OK Supreme wreaked of intelligent high speed performance.

MAC 563 $11. initially.000 In 1934.lot 62 1938 Velocette Mac 350 ENG. This example was restored some ten years ago and is in good running order. Webb girder forks into the post-war years. . Velocette released a 350cc ‘high camshaft’ design with enclosed valves. The compact and sprightly machine featured a fourspeed gearbox equipped with the company’s new foot-change mechanism.000 . The MAC proved successful 42 and continued with its rigid frame and. giving the adage “Don’t fix what ain’t broke” some real meaning.$15. This was the long-stroke MAC.

remaining in production for over 30 years. Throughout that time. This 1946 Chief is a handsome and comfortable machine.000 BLACK GRACE If ever there were a machine that captured the industrial design sensibilities of the roaring ’20s. CORRECT MILEAGE. The Beautiful and Damned and The Great Gatsby. the Chief was somehow able to sit on both sides of the law and win. The Indian Chief. In 1940. in some ways reflects the excesses of Indian’s decades of success. the Indian Chief.1946 Indian Chief ENG. 9548 $45. without a doubt. However.000 . the machine enjoyed numerous development improvements including the pioneering adoption of front brakes in 1928 and no less than 34 colour options thanks to the factory’s connection with E Paul Du Pont who bought the company in 1930. Designed with the throttle on the left-hand side of the machine to allow the police to brandish their pistols in the comic pursuit of all manner of bootleggers and slapper crooks. CLASSIC motorcycles AND CARS OF THE DAY lot 63 43 . it also gained a sprung frame that was superior to those of Harley-Davidson. the true mark of success in any piece of industrial design is a fine mix of mechanical and aesthetic endurance and endure the Chief did. designed by Charles B Franklin. Inspired at a time when youth culture was ‘the lost generation’ and F Scott Fitzgerald was prolifically writing his most enduring novels such as This Side of Paradise. CDF5998 FRAME. The machine is production-year correct and offers a very straight account of one of the most iconic machines of the late 20th century.$55. it was. the Chief was fitted with the large iconic skirted fenders which have become the firm’s trademark. the Indian Chief was and remains the classic art-deco machine of the 20th century.

Norton’s ES2 upheld all the best Norton traditions and remained popular due to its reliability and ease of maintenance.lot 64 1947 Norton ES2 ENG. In 1947. 44 During its hugely successful 34-year production run. Introduced in 1932. Norton’s ES2 had firmly established its credentials in pre-war years. Provenance: From the collection of Don Gordon. The vertical single-cylinder engine shared the same 79mm x 100mm engine dimensions first used by James Lansdowne Norton as early as 1911. The designation ‘ES2’ inspired by the original design where E was for extra cost.$8. acquired in 1981. . the Norton ES2 enjoyed a long association with the general motorcycling public. B412777 $6. the ES2 introduced an innovative hydraulically damped telescopic front fork and race-developed rear plunger suspension to cope with the +70mph performance of this popular machine. S for sports and the 2 was a reference to the second version of the 79mm x 100mm 490cc engine.000 MODERN CLASSIC As an all-time favourite. as well as the traditional design.000 .

The M-series started with a 250cc overheadvalve (MOV) motor. the engine sprouted a new all-alloy barrel and head (as offered here) with wider fins. single-cylinder machine: ripe for privateer racing. the MAC benefited from the marque’s race development and a dedication to high build quality. It was also capable of sustaining radical reconfiguration and monstrous power output: such was the case with Burt Munro’s record-breaking Velocette. fast and reliable. In 1951.000 THE STAYER It’s 1933 and the MAC is born! And although no one seems able to explain the meaning of the AC designation in MAC. better cooling and an increased compression ratio (up to 6. front suspension changed to Velocette’s own tele-fork system. which was equipped with short rocker arms which successfully reduced the unpleasant and damaging effects of vibration. just like the machine itself. Evolving over 30 years. Provenance: From the collection of Don Gordon CLASSIC motorcycles AND CARS OF THE DAY lot 65 45 . The MAC 350 followed. In June. Known as the best of the 350s. this offered conventional coil springs and oil damping.1951 Velocette MAC ENG. this is of little importance as the mysterious acronym looks and sounds good. The MAC became an instant classic as a smooth. high-camshaft pushrod engine. MAC16521 $7. slimline. the MAC was capable of keeping up with any of the contemporary 500s. The MAC also offered a four-speed gearbox and started life with a Webb (girder-style) front fork.000 .75:1). straightforward.$9. offering a hair-raising 75mph from its 349cc long-stroke. This machine was registered new in Whangarei (New Zealand) on 27 September 1951. The MAC epitomised everything rank-and-file riders loved about Velocettes: bulletproof.

000 46 . B10M 10157 FRAME.lot lot 66 1947 Norton Manx 350 ENG. B10M 10157 $45.000 .$55.

CLASSIC motorcycles AND CARS OF THE DAY PURE BREED 47 . This is a remarkable example of one of the greatest names in historic performance racing.This 1947 350cc Manx Norton was first owned by South Islander Jim Swarbrick who was known as the flying milkman. He returned to New Zealand where the Norton was raced by him for a while and then passed to Tom Lamberton. In 1986. The front wheel and motor were placed into a Featherbed frame and used briefly before it then sat around in parts. The carburettor has also been changed from the original remote needle TT to the easier-to-tune TT9 model. The machine offers a bronze skull in the cylinder head and is fitted with 19-inch wheel rims as it became impossible to source tyres for the original 20-inch rims. the Manx continues to reek of pure single-mindedness. Soldered on the underside of the fuel tank are the scrutineering tags from the 1947 Manx Grand Prix. The engine and frame numbers are matching B10M 10157. a baker of Hamilton. The left-hand side has 94 over 350 meaning entry #94 in the 350cc race or Junior as it was known then. the first to be held after the war. It was then it was purchased by its current owner’s father Bill Holmes in 1965 and was never used as a complete bike. It was raced three times during the early days of the Pukekohe Classic race meetings. The right-hand plate has MGP over MAY 47 over 4 3/4 GAL. Continually developed over three decades. the original carburettor is with the machine. He entered it in the 1947 Manx GP but never started the race due to a crash in practice. it was inherited by the current custodian who undertook a complete restoration. who used it for a number of years mostly in beach-racing events until it became uncompetitive and was put into retirement.

With this.500 . 52/20977576941 FRAME: CORRECT $5. with enough performance to avoid boredom or frustration.lot 67 1952 AJS Spring Twin ENG. good roadholding. good petrol consumption and utter reliability. . It was light enough to be easily manhandled. the Spring Twin was a successful design and considered the flagship cruiser of the day offering all the attributes needed for serious long-distance touring.$7.500 2 UP One of the first models to provide plush seating for the pillion rider. What more do you need in a machine? This example was registered new in New Zealand on 4 April 1952. the Spring Twin offered comfort. Provenance: From the collection of Don Gordon. straightforward 48 maintenance requirements.

achieved a 100mph lap of the Brooklands circuit on its way to a debut race victory and award of the Gold Star which would give BSA’s new super sports model its evocative name. ridden by the great Wal Handley. this is a superior example of one of the great names of 20th-century motorcycle racing – the 500 Goldie. In fact. $16. Bought in 1952 from an Ashburton dealer. a specially prepared Empire Star 500.$20. CORRECT On Wednesday 30 June 1937.000 .1952 BSA Gold Star ENG. With correct number and in original form. this is a classic example of one of the great BSA designs. ZB34GS3274 FRAME.000 CLASSIC motorcycles AND CARS OF THE DAY lot 68 THE 500 GOLDIE 49 . it was the model’s domination of the Isle of Man Clubman’s TT which led to the event being dropped after Gold Star rider Bernard Codd’s 1956 Senior/Junior double victory. the post-war Gold Star formed the mainstay of clubman’s racing in the 1950s. Possibly the most successful production-racing motorcycle ever.

This is a superior example with good provenance. As a development of the Thunderbird tourer. Off the shelf. 21299 FRAME. the T110 came with a revised engine incorporating a stronger crankshaft. The T110 offers classic lines and celebrates the very best of British with its lovely parallel-twin generous geometry.lot 69 1956 Triumph T110 ENG. 73365 $12. The first Triumph with swinging-arm rear suspension. the Tiger 110 was advanced and performance focused.000 . larger inlet valves and ‘hotter’ cams. high-compression pistons. .$16.000 50 BLUE GRACE In 1957 it was the twin carb T110 that set a new 650cc production machine speed record of over 238kph. the T110 prototype performed brilliantly in the 1953 ISDT providing the production version – launched later that year – with invaluable publicity.

By this time.1957 Velocette Venom ENG. to be fair. Velocette. the Velocette Venom laid the groundwork for many of Velocette’s great moments on the race track. like so many other great British factories with astounding race histories. CLASSIC motorcycles AND CARS OF THE DAY lot 70 51 . CORRECT $14. Indeed.000 ONCE BITTEN Veloce Ltd was founded in 1905 by Mr Johann Goodman and then proudly presided over by his descendants until its demise in 1971.000 . VM1383 FRAME.$18. In many ways. The black-and-gold engineering statement which frames the wonderfully robust 500cc OHV still barks heavy speed from a golden era of street racing. Burt Munro and Duncan Meikle chose a Velocette power plant to apply to their own eccentric pursuit of maximum speed. the vast majority of great British marques had finally realised that they had no wish to succumb to plain consumer demands and the great economies of scale the Japanese industry was bringing to bear on the entire scene. chose death before dishonour.

the International could nevertheless be 52 ordered direct from the family with refinements such as lights and a kick-start-equipped gearbox as offered here. The International remained fundamentally unchanged between 1932 and 1953 when it gained the highly successful Featherbed frame. all-alloy engine and ‘laid down’ gearbox. Aggressively refined by works racers and intended for pure racing. .$48.000 ONE OF THE LAST Pared back. the International was expensive to acquire and. 720511 FRAME.000 . It is understood that this fine example is one of only seven Internationals made to order during 1957 and 1958. the International ceased to be catalogued after 1955 but could still be obtained by special order until 1958. the Norton International placed itself at the head of the pack during the early 1930s and remained a permanent fixture in the racing scene. was being challenged by cheaper parallel twins. the Inter has an overhead bevel cam engine which remains a design classic and heavily referenced.lot 71 1957 Norton International Model 30 ENG. this makes it one of the last of the Internationals. With this. by the mid-’50s. With hand-finished build quality and riderspecific specifications. Stubbornly retiring from production in 1957. refined and continuously influential. 11 72055 $38. many of the later machines incorporated Manx components.

Legendary dirt-bike pioneer Bill Nicholson brought his handling sensibilities to the bike in 1952 with the introduction of the muchimproved geometry of the Duplex frame which remained competitive until the factory pulled the pin on the much-loved Gold Star.1957 BSA Goldstar $20. this christened BSA’s new super-sport machine.000 STAR SPEED For many. the Goldie is one of the great race bikes of the 20th century.000 .$22. the Gold Star was adopted by any rider who had serious competitive ambition. the Goldie gained cult status. Released to a hungry privateers’ scene in 1938. CLASSIC motorcycles AND CARS OF THE DAY lot 72 53 . It originated from the legendary Brooklands Circuit in 1937 where the great Wal Handley piloted a specially prepared Empire Star which secured a 100mph lap as it made its way to a debut race victory where it was awarded the Gold Star. This example has particular appeal due to its very honest patina that reflects a period of privateers’ racing that has long since disappeared. Progressively developed by both the factory and the intrepid amateur.

In this form. ET155O1407899 $21. The MKII is smooth. adopting rear suspension.000 PROPER BRITISH This machine represents the final development in the beautiful overhead-valve machine that was first loosely conceived of by Edward Turner in 1928 and finally introduced to the public in 1937. telescopic forks. racing cams or big choke carburettors”. especially in this original format. the SQ4 steadily evolved. imposing. the MKII is one of the best-looking machines of its era.lot 73 1958 Ariel Square Four ENG. a fourpipe exhaust outlet. the all-alloy engine and. without being a parallel twin!). With its square-jawed good looks and broad shoulders. It delivers on Edward Turner’s vision that started with a sketch on the back of a cigarette pack some 25 years earlier to produce “ultimate reliability and performance with minimum attentions”. it delivered on Edward Turner’s original ambitions of 54 creating the ultimate touring machine of the day with a power plant that delivered “ample power for high-performance riding without undue compression.$27. . CNML1407 FRAME. After that. above all else. effortless and. most importantly. Details such as the chrome tank scallops and that remarkable all-alloy four-cylinder layout capture something quintessentially British (remarkably.000 .

830 $28.000 . just two weeks before the arrival of Ford’s XK Falcon. There were other ute-like vehicles prior to that date. Enter the Holden Ute. used in part by the military.1960 Holden FB UTE MILEAGE. They wanted the best of both worlds.000 CUTE BEAUT UTE Australia (not New Zealand) was the birthplace of the car-truck hybrid. The FB for its part was a highly successful design for Holden. CLASSIC motorcycles AND CARS OF THE DAY lot 74 55 . which is generically referred to as a ‘ute’: short for ‘utility’ and easier to spell. the Holden FB directly reflected the changing taste and style of the ’60s. Holden created the first purpose-built ‘from top to bottom’ ute. Released in January 1960. As the market matured. the Australian public grew a need for a vehicle they could take to town on that special bench-seat date or drive through the fields for a good old-fashioned cull. long slung bonnet and living-room interior made for a ute like no other and it remains a design classic. Holden Ltd was building truck bodies long before General Motors bought the company in the 1930s – a major part of Holden’s business up to that time had been in providing a variety of vehicle bodies to several auto manufacturers. officially introduced to the public in 1951. ‘wraparound’ windscreen. This example is in immaculate condition.$32. 11. The ‘Americana’-style dashboard. but all were built on sedan bodies with truck utility beds.

000 SOPHIE’S CHOICE An early prototype of the 190SL appeared alongside the formidable race-bred 300SL Gullwing coupé at the 1954 New York Auto Show. 121 04220016430 MILEAGE. One of only 3. in retrospect. . OHC four breathing through twin Solex carburettors to make 120hp. the 1955 190SL reset the public’s aesthetic expectation and positioned the SL range as one of Mercedes’ most endearing and long-lasting design movements (Mercedes still designs and produces the SL badge). but it was significantly heavier than were those traditional sports cars and so it provided a solid boulevard ride. Under the elegant body lines (the doors.$80. overall condition of this classic 20th century design is very good. Compared to such contemporaries as the 95hp Triumph TR3 or the 72hp MG MGA.9-litre. 79012 $70. hood and deck lid 56 of which are aluminium) lay a new 1. The 190SL stayed in production. it would have been considered among the best sports cars of the era: which. the 190SL wasn’t at all underpowered.000 . 121 921207069 FRAME.792. It appealed to a refined and aesthetically aware market and Jacqueline Bisset insisted that the 1961 SL190 be the hero car in her classic 1973 film La Nuit Américaine. virtually unchanged. the 190SL emboldened Mercedes. With its open grille filled with a big Mercedes star and pontoon fenders featuring ‘eyebrows’ over the wheel openings. Perhaps if it hadn’t shared showrooms and the spotlight with its bigger brother. despite critical indifference. This example comes with a new soft top and show tires.lot 75 1961 Mercedes 190SL Roadster Eng. through to the 1963 model year and. it was.

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one of the great swansongs of the British motorcycle industry. the frame was improved by making all vital tension points stronger. the Super Rocket was aimed squarely at the American market and. a ‘357’ full-race camshaft.NZ$28. Precisely rebuilt in 1991. the Rocket has earned its reputation for being one of the most successful motorcycle designs of the 20th century. an improved free-flow exhaust system and a 1 5/32 Amal monobloc carburettor with a large-capacity air cleaner and you had a very capable motorcycle. a new 140mph speedo with a twin58 mount tacho was offered. Add to this alloy heads. it was.000 FULL BLOOD The Super Rocket is widely considered to be one of the most desirable British classics. oversized inlet valves. for its time. with the 1961 model offering the new ‘357’ full race camshaft that delivered greater lift. correct NZ$22. more dwell and instant valve action that delivered peak performance from the 650cc A10.lot 76 1961 BSA Super Rocket A10 ENG. which made it the only machine BSA produced that was more expensive than the legendary BSA Gold Star. this machine has had less than 500 miles placed on it since then. a crankshaft drive supported by special high-duty variable valve springs. having a solid forged centre and bonded linings running on heavy-duty roller bearings. It is widely considered to be one of the true classics. The increased power delivery also required that a new clutch configuration be fitted. To reflect the ambitions of the pilot. DA10R3295 frame. Exceptionally fast. . In The Motorcycle Magazine review of the day. with excellent handling. Over the years. was priced at USNZ$1. in 1961.000 . racing valve springs. streamlined inlet ports. It represents a pinnacle in the development of the fabulous A10 powerplant that had delivered a wicked sense of speed and control to the pilot of the day.200. it was described simply as a “full-blooded sports machine” and. The Super Rocket was. and remains. For greater stability at high speed.

Australia joins the Vietnam War and Prime Minister Robert Menzies announces that the country will substantially increase its number of troops in South Vietnam. Muhammad Ali knocks out Sonny Liston in the first round of their championship rematch with the ‘Phantom Punch’ and the Grateful Dead. Hypertext (the underlying concept defining the structure of the World Wide Web) is invented and Stan Ryan. the Mary Quant-designed miniskirt appears in London and will be the fashion statement of the ’60s. plays their first concert in San Francisco.$14. with lead guitarist Jerry Garcia. then a New Zealand postal worker with a young family.000 AUSTRALIAN MADE OZZY GOLD The year of 1965 was one of high and lows: The Sound of Music premieres at The Rivoli theatre in New York City and becomes a smash hit.776 $7. supposedly at the request of the Saigon government (it is later revealed that Menzies had asked the leadership in Saigon to send the request at the behest of the Americans). CLASSIC motorcycles AND CARS OF THE DAY lot 77 59 . acquires this HD Holden fresh off the showroom floor.000 .1965 Holden HD MILEAGE. The interior reflects careful ownership as does the motor and running gear. This classic example of great Australian car design is in fine running order. At the same time. He treasures it for 40 years then sells it to a lifelong friend who happens to own a large derelict dairy factory which has collected real old cars over the years. 84.

Unsurprisingly. .lot 78 1968 Bultaco TSS WORKS MACHINE ENG.85. Bultaco entered its first Spanish Grand Prix and took seven of the first ten places! It was this success that etched old-man Bultó and his team 60 of mavericks into the history books. On 24 March 1959.000 The origin of the Bultaco motorcycle company dates back to May 1958. Molloy caught a lift from Huntly and a boat to the Continental circus where. Overall. named after the Spanish word for ‘whiplash’. As an economy measure. Bultaco held a press conference and launched its first bike. such as New Zealand’s very own Ginger Molloy. This slump brought to a head disagreements between Bultó and the other senior director Pere Permanyer. Permanyer (the majority shareholder) felt that the company should withdraw from racing. Bultó decided to leave Montesa.000 . Bill Ivy 2nd place on another Yamaha). Ginger achieved an impressive 3rd place in the world championship on this machine (Phil Read gained 1st place with Yamaha. with blood. he earned a ride with the charismatic and very Spanish Bultaco team. the majority of Montesa’s racing department left shortly afterwards as well. the 250cc Ulster GP. Bultó set up shop in very primitive conditions at an old farm that he owned and things developed quickly. Three years ago. Francisco ‘Paco’ Bultó was a director of the Montesa motorcycle company founded in 1944. Further details can be provided on this front. Ginger Molloy (born 25 December 1937) is one of New Zealand’s greatest and most wellliked race pilots of the 1960s. the driving force behind the racing programme and responsible for much of the company’s technical expertise. Competing at the highest level between 1963 and 1970. The Bultaco connection can be traced back to ace tuner Frank Sheene (father of Barry) who sourced Ginger his first competitive Bultaco. He was also one of Bultaco’s most loyal and consistent riders of the period. When they failed to reach a compromise. CH100-166 $65. This historic Bultaco has remained in Ginger Molly’s possession since. Encapsulating the spirit and promise of early-1960s’ motorcycle racing. In 1966. Safe to say. Bultaco consistently punched above its weight and was considered to be a riders’ team. disrupting production. 4th in the 350 and 5th in the 250 world titles. run in torrential rain. Montesa moved to larger facilities in 1957. Just two months later. Ginger personally stripped down and rebuilt the machine. all on Bultacos. he won Bultaco’s first-ever Grand Prix. Ginger competed in more than 370 international events and enjoyed considerable success. he finished second to Giacomo Agostini in the 500cc world championship. was violently opposed. and was followed by a downturn in the Spanish economy. What is also not widely known is that 1968 was perhaps Ginger’s best year. In 1970. B100-166 FRAME. sweat and tears. A full race history for the machine is available on request. In 1968. Bultó. The machine offered here was built specifically for Ginger in 1967/8. After several years of steady growth and road-racing success. The move was protracted. the roadgoing 125cc Bultaco Tralla 101. Attracting young but promising riding talent. he gained 3rd in the 125. the machine is in immaculate condition reflecting the pragmatic attention that can come only from competing at the very highest level of motorcycling. Ginger Molloy has clocked up 66 international victories.

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The Firebird is. without doubt. the Firebird today is one of the most highly sought-after BSA models and a handsome reminder of the very best of BSA design. CLASSIC motorcycles AND CARS OF THE DAY lot 79 63 . the 650cc parallel twin is a highly capable machine even by today’s standards. A relative rarity in the UK and New Zealand markets. for many. It is. well-tempered power delivery and attractive geometry.000 . the entire production line for the BSA Firebird was allocated to the American market which had developed a taste for well-tuned street scramblers. one of the most handsome BSAs to grace the streets.NZ$12. with its strong.000 URBAN SCRAMBLER By 1969. a highly desirable piece of metal and.1969 BSA Firebird 650 ENG: A65FB3183 NZ$9.

000 .$38.000 . 330 $28. CB7501019535 MILEAGE.lot 80 1969 Honda CB750 KO SANDCAST ENG. CB750K 101997 FRAME.

and even stodgy old Indian had an inline four. the manufacturer of dinky little 50cc mopeds (refer Lot 82) and a few nifty race bikes. the four vertically aligned cylinders over the wide crankcase give the CB750 KO a staunch.000rpm for 200 hours on end.500rpm redline for 20 hours during final development. Winning France’s 24-hour Bol d’Or race in 1969 and the 1970 Daytona. the CB put the entire world on notice – the era of production-made super bikes had arrived. and wrung all the way up to their 8. Honda. This 1969 750 KO sandcast is. Engines were being run at 6. Fresh rebuilt with 100% new old stock. From the distinctive metal flake paint job to the OHC 76bhp transverse four. as required. without doubt. a confident pilot could wrangle +200kph. The CB750 triggered a renewed interest in highperformance off-the-shelf road bikes. Ariel had the Square Four. low-slung line that leaves you in no uncertainty about the premise of this particular machine.This immaculate CB750 KO sand-cast machine is a history-maker. one of most influential motorcycles ever produced and this is a rare opportunity for the collector of important motorcycles to secure an immaculate example. Reliability was also a critical element. But the 750 in this bike had about as much in common with those engines as a modern Formula 1 engine has with a bilge pump – no offence intended. Flat on the tank. Because of this machine. The styling was also well thought through – the side profile offers an immediate classical reference. Matchless the Silver Hawk. CLASSIC motorcycles AND CARS OF THE DAY GAME BREAKER 65 . became an international powerhouse of design and engineering. however. the CB750 KO looked like something from a James Bond movie and sounded like a jet. as you circle the machine. Prior to this engine. The 750 overhead-cam in-line four-cylinder was absolutely unheard-of in the consumer motorcycle market in 1969.

His 66 success is recorded by the fact that. hot fish and chips and mothers who knew exactly where their beloved Morris had been. throughout the 1960s.lot 81 1969 Morris 1300 MILEAGE. Issigonis set out to design a larger and more sophisticated car which incorporated even more advanced features and innovations.500 . for many an aspiring surfer in the 1970s.644 $2. Every weekend (and sometimes during the week if the surf was really good). clean surf. the ADO16 (Austin Drawing Office project number 16 – really) was designed by Sir Alec Issigonis. was a great term of endearment. This machine brings back memories of cold.100. 70. if necessary.000). it became known as the ‘land crab’ which.500 THE GREY CRYSTHANINUM Rumoured to be a key design reference for the 1963 Ferrari Lusso (refer Webb’s March sale where a 1963 Lusso sold for $1. up the beach to their favourite and always isolated break. In New Zealand. . the ADO16 was consistently the Commonwealth’s best-selling car. Following his success with the Mini.$4. which in reality meant tearing (as much as you can in a Morris 1300) out to the coast and then. an army of mothers would kindly allow their intrepid sons (and their five mates waiting around the corner) to spend the day at the beach.

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800 . the Cub is design genius – every home should have one. The C50 has had a profound. the Cub 50 is the best-selling motor vehicle in the history of mankind.500 68 NANNA MODERN Manufactured continuously since 1958.lot 82 1970 Honda Cub 50 $1. With its nanna modernist design incorporating plastic bodywork which is easily bent straight and its simple and seemingly indestructible and wildly Scottish/economical four-stroke engine (+100mpg).$2.000. .000 have been manufactured worldwide – that the company has quite literally stopped counting them. Honda has sold so many of these definitive mopeds – more than 60. impact on late-20th-century development. Delivering the holy grail in basic economic transport. the Cub 50 is iconic in its simplicity and commitment to a ‘for the people’ design philosophy. albeit unlikely.

despite rising fuel prices and tightening regulations. no era has defined Cadillac as well as did the excess and opulence of the 1970s.000 COUNTRY LIVING Cadillac’s El Dorado demonstrates the finely honed body styling of the Cadillac idiom. This example has seen more New Zealand farm action than boulevard with the previous owner fettling it for luxury paddock transport across their own El Dorado. Except for the tail-finned late 1950s. This was a time in which the luxury auto-maker continued to build bigger and bigger cars with ever-increasing engine capacities.$8.000 . Although the Eldorado was almost Cadillac’s downfall at the time. decades later we can sit back and appreciate the results of that typical American unwillingness to back down.1970 Cadillac El Dorado $5. CLASSIC motorcycles AND CARS OF THE DAY lot 83 69 .

whose core focus was producing trains.500–12. the Mach III was the most antisocial speed kit you could get your hands on. with the combination of significant frame flex. A great example. without a doubt. ships and aircrafts. who obviously survived the sweet wrath of the Mach III on more than one occasion. Registration remains on hold. designed by Kawasaki. It was a truly terrifying experience for the inexperienced and a wonderful gift from the gods of speed to the slightly insane rider of the day. Kawasaki’s most 70 infamous piece of engineering.000 $13. this Darwinian time machine. was destined to cull the less-evolved rider out of existence.$18. . KAE21246 FRAME.000rph through to its redline (8. the Mach III was nothing less than ferocious.000rpm). 16. Although the production of the wildly aggressive triples formed a tiny part of Kawasaki’s enormous heavy industry business. Aimed squarely at the fearless and idiotic. the machine hails from a single owner/rider. KAE22790 MILEAGE. right down to the authentic ‘tank slap’ trench on the left-hand side of the tank.000 . It was responsible for changing the vernacular of motorcycling and the terms ‘wheelie’ and ‘tank slapping’ were invented by the exasperated pilots of the Mach III. the H1 Mach III is. This particular example is 100% original.000 100% ORIGINAL Raw and uncompromising. It had a top speed of +200kph and. negative rear-wheel weight distribution and an extremely ‘abrupt’ power step at 6.lot 84 1970 Kawasaki H1 MACH III ENG.

Honda undertook the tricky business of making the layout work as effectively in smaller engine sizes. The second type of Honda Four. which still retained the essence of the original CB750. CB500-1041567 miLEAGE. the CB500 Four was intended to be a more elegant sports bike for the mature rider.$7. Fresh rebuild with new old stock where required.1971 Honda CB 500/4 K1 ENG. 10. CLASSIC motorcycles AND CARS OF THE DAY lot 85 71 . the CB 500 Four attracted a new breed of modern rider much to the chagrin of the previous generation.900KM $6. The compact CB500 Four K1 immediately impressed with its smooth power delivery and smart-casual two-tone colour scheme. With a top speed of over 175kph and a competitive price.500 .500 Having established four-cylinder credentials with the CB750. CB500E-2185312 FRAME. Of course the power unit with its upright bank of cylinders also appealed to the organised man.

CB450E-5046350 FRAME.0 x 57.5KM $4.$5.8 x 2.0:1 Bore x stroke: 70.500 72 Engine type: Twin. .500 .0 km/h (106.8 mm (2. four-stroke Power: 45.lot 86 1971 Honda CB450/2 K2 ENG. CB1-20008908 MILEAGE.3 inches) Valves per cylinder: 2 Fuel control: DOHC Gearbox: 5-speed Fresh rebuild with new old stock where required. 17.3 mph) Compression: 9.00 HP (32.8 kW)) @ 9000 RPM Top speed: 171.

the electric starter. 2 valve per cylinder. Different strokes for different folks.1971 CB750 K2 ENG.000 Engine: Air cooled. The first four cylinder engine (in many years) for public consumption.$18.000 .” Cycle Guide 1972. four stroke. 28. SOHC. 73 . the first disc brake equipped stock bike. Capacity: 736 Bore x Stroke: 61mm х 63 mm Compression Ratio: 9.748KM $14. CB750E-2468576 FRAME. but they were the instigators.0:1 Induction: 4x 28mm Keihin carbs Ignition: Battery induction coil / electric Max Power: 69 hp @ 8000 rpm Fresh rebuild with new old stock where required. CLASSIC motorcycles AND CARS OF THE DAY lot 87 “You start thinking about Honda’s CB750’s startling introduction back in ‘69 (remember who won the World Series or who took the Oscar for best actor?) and you admit now as then it was quite a package. that never before sound and the smoothness. transverse four cylinder. you might say. CB750-1108746 MilEage. The Mach III and the Honda Four really are responsible for this whole super-bike phenomenon upon us.

allowing the rider to concentrate on racing rather than just staying aboard. and could well be considered the ultimate British vertical twin for the following reasons. It’s yellow not red. of all the British bike manufacturers. When Tony Murphy took a ‘72 Production Racer to Willow Springs. Only Norton.$35.000 . the motorcycle had to 74 be taken very seriously as a racing machine. To turn the street bike rolling-chassis that got delivered from the Andover factory to the Long Shop into a Production Racer. 20M138145151 $30. 1. a genuine factory-built device. And. Only the arrival of the Kawasaki Z-l and Honda CB750K (refer Lot 80) put them on their trailers. they virtually owned their class in England and Europe. . can be said to have dragged the venerable old vertical twin into the post-war world. he got the bike around in less than 1:40.lot 88 1971 Norton 750 GENUINE Production Racer 1 OF 119 ONLY ENG. They were hand built by Peter Inchley’s famous “Long Shop” race department team (home to a B-17 bomber wing of the Eighth Air Force. lightest and quickest Commando you could buy. ‘72 and most of ‘73. The Production racer elevated the traditional Commando qualities to their highest pitch. 2. finally: 7. This is without doubt a true collectors piece. best-handling. designed by Bob Trigg and launched in 1968. 3. allowed the Commando pilot to dial his speed as though the 70 bhp twistgrip. The engine’s vast reservoir of torque. The few bikes that emerged from the Long Shop (estimates vary from less than 100 to less than 120) proved the worth of the machine. This particular example is in pristine original condition. To be clear this Production Racer is a box-stock. At long tracks notably the Isle of Man— the fatigue-reducing aspects of the Commando played a decisive role. Inchley and development engineer factory racer Peter Williams used an old school run-it-and-see development program fine-tuning the original Wally Wyatt project racer of 1969 considerably. WWII). 4. if not the ultimate development of the motorcycle format the British were to stamp as their own after World War II. The Norton Production Racer was the fastest. Considering that the lap record at the time was around 1:36.000 ULTIMATE BRITISH TWIN The Commando Production Racer exists as one of. The generous suspension travel gave the Production Racer a soft ride almost unknown among racers of the day. Further still it has been signed by Peter Williams – rider extraordinaire and race bike developer and Norman White who was the Longs Shops head mechanic and originally assembled the is machine. 6. 5. former Norton factory rep Brian Slark reports. The Commando’s fundamental agility was sharpened by the chassis tweaks until the bike was so stable and responsive that it could be ridden anywhere on the track at an optimum velocity. because in 1971. and thus only Norton’s Isolastic-framed Commando. attempted to come to grips with the inherent vibration of a big OHV vertical twin.

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$48.lot 89 1972 Toyota Corolla Levin Racing Car $38.000 .000 76 .

the car was then sold to and rallied by Ken Cleghorn. 1996/1997 • 2nd Historic Saloon Class • Intermarque Classic Car Series Toyota Corolla Levin GG42 has a ‘Historic Vehicle Competitor logbook’ and a ‘MotorSport New Zealand logbook’. Graham Carter was the first driver of GG42. 1998/1999 • 1st New Zealand Saloon Cars • 2nd under 2. Engine: • Toyota 2TG – 1. 1st place of 20 cars 2000/2001 • 1st New Zealand Historic Saloon Class CLASSIC motorcycles AND CARS OF THE DAY DIRT POWER 77 .000cc Class Achievements: 1994/1995 • 3rd 0–2. MotorSport New Zealand Certificate of Description MotorSport New Zealand Roll Protection. GG42 was then raced around North Island circuits for the next 13 years and also competed in local car-club events with great success.000cc • Intermarque Classic Car Series Final national race meeting at Baypark Raceway. Homologation.8 to 1 Suspension: • Front struts are coil overs with Koni inserts (adjustable) • Adjustable top mounts and bottom arms • Rear: reset semi-elliptic springs • KYB shock absorbers Brakes: • Vented front Discs with wildwood 4-pot callipers Rear • Solid discs Toyota Corolla Levin GG42 is registered as a ‘New Zealand Historic Vehicle’ with The Vintage Car Club of New Zealand.This Toyota is one of three imported by Toyota New Zealand and converted into rally cars for a ‘Team Toyota’ entry into the 1973 Heatway Rally. April 1975 Race 21. Intermarque Classics.600cc • Modified cylinder head • Larger valves • Cosworth grind camshafts • Cunningham con rods • J E pistons • Crankshaft shot peened and balanced • Lightened flywheel • Twin-plate clutch • Baffled sump • Twin 45 Dellortos • Electronic ignition Gearbox: • Toyota TRD close-ratio kit fitted Differential: • Toyota TRD limited slip • Diff tramp rods fitted • Current ratio: 4. The current owner purchased GG42 in 1989 and spent the next four years carrying out a total restoration of the vehicle.

Unveiled in November of 1972. a young bike stylist at the time. Fluid surf lines capture the deep orange flow on the bike. this example was last registered in 1989. Vetter was paid $12. the Hurricane had been commissioned in secrecy by a slightly trippedout BSA executive in the USA.$40.183 engines were put aside for X75 production but nobody is sure of the total number of machines finally produced. V75V NH00673 FRAME. The flared chrome pipes accentuate and salute the triple’s hi-revving tune. was 78 contacted and duly went about his business of creating one of the most distinctive machines of the 1970s’ period. Fewer than 1. Offering original patina. as BSA was in its death throes. 13.523 $30.000 .000 WHITE LINES Putting the evocative name aside. the tank badge was changed to Triumph. without question. The Hurricane was put into production in June 1972 but. Craig Vetter.000 for his design but had a difficult time collecting his payment. one of the coolest pieces of industrial design to have been created under any corporate banner. Dan Brown. V75V NH00673 mileage. the X75 Hurricane is. .lot 90 1973 Triumph X-75 Hurricane ENG.

the SF1s were noticeably faster on nip-and-tuck riding. The bike from that particular year is generally regarded by aficionados as the quickest of the SFs.1973 Laverda SF1 ENG: 750 153 18 1 FRAME. and this was quite typical of the period. The overall look and feel of the SF1 is outstanding and the parallel twin configuration combined with solid predictable handling makes the SF1 a great 1970s classic. in the shape of the SF1. thanks to a further-lightened flywheel. Despite the apparently modest power increase. and top speed rose accordingly to around 117mph. So.000 . By this time. by 1972. Laverda achieved both with large-diameter exhaust pipes (1. CLASSIC motorcycles AND CARS OF THE DAY lot 91 79 . in the second place. SF1 acceleration in normal highway use was undeniably superior to that of SF. While their handling was heavy. new-style Dellorto 36mm pumper carbs and a new matching camshaft.300rpm.6 inch) interconnected by a transverse collector box. could be used repeatedly without fading. And. not much else cornered more surefootedly than did an SF. Laverda’s 750 twin had the boost it needed. 68488 $12. for 1973. sound-level regulations were intruding so Laverda was faced with the conflicting difficulties of increasing gas flow and decreasing exhaust noise. the competition was much hotter and it came with four cylinders. They could hardly keep up with customer demand at first but.$16. These mods lifted power to a claimed 66bhp at 7.000 WITHOUT PARALLEL Laverda introduced their 750 parallel twin and – against the odds – it proved to be one of the best. they were fitted with a single Brembo 11-inch disc front brake which. LAV750SF 15318 MILEAGE. In the first place. while no more powerful than the old drum.

This was not to be a high-spec roadster but a 100%-dedicated machine designed specifically for one purpose – world domination.500rpm was claimed. Giving themselves a mere eight months to create the game-changing machine. RG500 11007 FRAME.$120.lot 92 1975 Suzuki RD500 XR14 MARK 1 ENG.000 . Early in 1974. A large amount of attention was given to weight reduction with magnesium and aluminium being utilised at every opportunity.5mm were used and a maximum output of 95bhp at 10. This state-ofthe-art power unit was housed in a conventional tubular-steel duplex-loop frame. Over-square bore/stroke dimensions of 56. RG500 11007 $80. Suzuki employed rotary disc valve induction and separate geared-together crankshafts driving a six-speed transmission via an intermediate gear. Suzuki’s general manager of the engineering department agreed to build a revolutionary racing bike. Britain’s rising star Barry (continued on page 82) .000 80 THE REVOLUTION WILL BE 2 STROKED Halfway through 1973.0 x 50. they christened it the XR14 (more commonly known as the RG500).

but it was his astonishing performance in the 1979 unlimited GP that really wowed the thousands of fans at the mountain circuit. 1977 and 1979. finishing ninth in the Senior TT on his debut at the world’s most difficult and dangerous circuit. piloting XR14s.just metres behind the two 750s and sharing a new outright lap record. Dispite giving away 50% capacity Woodley on his RG500 XR14 hounded Graeme Crosby’s 750 Kawasaki and Ron Boulden’s 750 Yamaha for the entire 20 lap race. 81 . As well as his numerous successes in Australia and New Zealand. Woodley enjoyed a highly successful international career and also competed in the 1978 Isle of Man TT. won the Senior Grand Prix at Batyhurst in 1976.CLASSIC motorcycles AND CARS OF THE DAY lot John Woodley. finishing third .

in the Manufacturers’ Championship.200rpm with torque at 6. Capable of +270kph.500. .000rpm zone. the current custodian became owner of the machine and undertook a full restoration including of the motor. From this perspective. In 1987. Its crackly scream drank fuel at a ridiculous rate and. winner of the 1973 FIM Formula 750 Championship on a Suzuki TR750. Since then. Suzuki finished third: not bad for a completely new machine. Woodley*).lot 82 Sheene. where he proceeded to clip 1. The overall performance of the 1975 RG500 XR14 was now radically good.13mm oversized pistons (taking the displacement to 499cc). This was a machine designed for only the most ballistic of pilots and was completely impractical for anything other than top-level racing. the engine presented 100bhp at 11. For 1975. following up with second place in the season-opening French Grand Prix behind Read’s MV. the XR14 was a great leveller. Sheene ended the season sixth in the World Championship and. It was 1975 that was really going to shift the game with the XR14 going into factory production. the acceleration up to 11. was asked to visit the Hamamatsu factory. The crankshafts were replaced and cylinders honed to suit 0.200 was violent. Initially raced by one of New Zealand’s great 1970s’ pilots John Woodley (‘Gentleman John’. It has done less than 60 minutes’ track time since 1987. the XR14 was the first machine to offer independent privateers the opportunity to truly compete with well-heeled corporate teams. The bike went on to win the Riders World Championship in the 500cc class in 1976 and 1977. This was a common upgrade of the day as the original alloy brake discs had a dubious reputation under extreme conditions. It certainly positioned Suzuki as the dominant force of the late 1970s and for that deserves the recognition it gets as one of the most successful race-bike designs of its period. The XR14 was and remains a game-changer. Inevitably though. the XR14 went on to slaughter its competition and take out world championships – most famously with Barry Sheene on board.5 seconds off the test track record on the new 500 Four. most recently appearing at the 2011 Mansfield practice session. Suzuki contracted Barry Sheene and Tepi Lansivuori to race the XR14s. Suzuki had succeeded in making a great.7kg per metre at 10. glorious and completely berserk machine. the bike has been stored correctly and started every six months. there were teething problems chiefly associated with engine seizures and wayward high-speed handling. The XR14 was also given a new and improved frame. Originally imported new and direct from the build factory.5mm but. 1974 was considered to be a development year for the XR14. It is stunningly original. Perhaps more importantly. is a true modern classic. The only non-factory-correct elements of this machine are the front brakes which were replaced with Brembo (Lockheed pattern) callipers. it was acquired from Woodley by Geoff Sell. with very few being created. this example is bike number 7 (engine and frame numbers 11007). Suzuki built a glorious and completely berserk machine which was and remains complex. with fresh tuning. consistent and influential – the XR14 Mark I – and which. With this.00 x 50. once the pilot hit the +6. The engine basically stayed the same: 5-port cylinder and bore/stroke 56.

Returning to Triumph’s signature design lines.$28. 360 $22. It is no wonder that Triumph. returned to the philosophy of the triple for the contemporary rider. The T160c was produced in one of Triumph’s more troublesome years and was overshadowed by the newly elected British Industry Minister Eric Varley’s recall of a loan of four million pounds in July 1975 and the subsequent refusal to renew the export credits of the Norton Villiers Triumph company. the T160 added the aggressive sloping cylinder line (via the deleted BSA Rocket III) in the final year of Triumph production. The T160c is a timely reminder that bad decisions are made through good times and bad. These events threw Triumph into receivership and caused mass redundancies.1975 Triumph T160 ENG. CLASSIC motorcycles AND CARS OF THE DAY lot 93 83 .000 . T160BK02079 MILEAGE.000 THE MINTA With fewer than 360 genuine miles on the clock and 100% factory correct. this has to be one of the cleanest Tridents available in Australasia. The quality and sophistication of the T160c has outlived both Mr Varley’s controversial decision to pull the rug out from under the British motorcycle industry and the big-bike trends of the time. having risen from the ashes. T160BK02079 FRAME.

000 . T160XK00557 MILEAGE.000 THE MINTERISTS MINTA This example has only 3 genuine miles on the clock and being 100% factory correct. is one of the cleanest and most original Tridents available in the world. T160XK00557 FRAME. 3 $28. Delivering iconic creamy acceleration the T160 made good Triumph traditions at a time when much of the world had seemingly turned their back on one of the great industrial movements of the twentieth century. 84 .lot 94 1975 Triumph T160 ENG.$34.

2. A great start point for a light restoration or simply commission the fluids and running gear and get riding a period classic.5 mph) Compression: 8.0 km/h (120.000 . The original paint work is nicely faded.) The overall condition is complete and period correct. T150VHJ43541 MILEAGE. T150VHJ43541 FRAME.00 HP (43.917 $9.1975 TRIUMPH T150 ENG.3:1 General Comment: The patina reflects the fact that this machine is an authentic barn find complete with dead mouse in right hand muffler (refer to image above.000 WORK HORSE Triumph T 150 V Trident 750 Engine type: In-line three.$13. four-stroke Power: 60. CLASSIC motorcycles AND CARS OF THE DAY lot 95 85 .8 kW)) @ 7250 RPM Top speed: 194.

290 $7. the Elite was powered by an in-line.500rpm.973cc engine.$9. and big bearings and clutch plates have been replaced. both acceleration and handling are impressive. Once the motor reaches its power band. 98. In recent years.000 . 1. Gearbox bearings and synchro cones have also been replaced.lot 96 1976 Lotus Elite MILEAGE. with 155bhp at 6. Front and rear discs ensured good stopping power. four-cylinder. Regarding general performance. that linked into a five-speed 86 manual gearbox. . the Elite is notable in that the stock curb weight is not much over 907kg. the company did demonstrate a completely new line of cars in 1976 with the introduction of the Elite. dual overhead cam. rear coil springs and trailing arms ensured reasonable handling. the engine has had new rings. Putting aside its fabulous overall aesthetic. the Elite was a well-heeled machine capable of more than 200kph Front coil springs and A-arms. This vehicle comes with a factory workshop manual.000 Although retaining the Lotus philosophies of lightweight construction and sporting engines.

Built for the English market with its low slung geometry and modern tank lines this machine has done only 30 miles since new. 30 $20. The previous owner of this machine acquired it brand new in 1977 rode it down the road to his near by home where he subsequently parked it in his living room for 25 years. The result was a very British machine which quickly established itself as a collector’s item.000 .400 examples were built. The primary drive and timing covers were chrome plated and the wheel-rim centres were painted and lined in the traditional manner. Only 2.$25.1977 Triumph Silver Jubilee ENG. The current custodian acquired it from England and has subsequently add some 20 miles to the clock when the weather and inclination happened to suit. T140VCP81559 MILEAGE. Triumph released a special edition based on the standard 750 T140.000 ROYALLY COOL In celebration of the Queen’s Silver Jubilee in 1977. T140VCP81559 FRAME. A silver finish with redand-blue lining was used and was complemented by a royal-blue saddle with red beading. CLASSIC motorcycles AND CARS OF THE DAY lot 97 87 .

among other things. The serial killer David Berkowitz.$18. . 62. Sweden was the first country in the world to recognise the effect of aerosol sprays on the ozone layer and banned their sale.000 . ‘Son of Sam’. Fresh rebuild with new old stock where required. CB1-20008908 MILEAGE. Fast. 1978 was also a great year for muscle bikes with the introduction of the CBX 1000 which. The first-ever Cellular Mobile Phone was introduced in Illinois and Space Invaders appeared in arcades launching a craze for computer video games aka ‘Spacies’. stable and advanced.284KM $14. across to the wrong side of 210kph. This immaculate example celebrates the pinnacle of naked muscle bike design. CB1-20008908 FRAME. was convicted of murder after terrorising New York for 12 months.lot 98 1978 HONDA CBX 1000 ENG. the CBX was Honda’s hairy-chested mothership capable of catapulting you and whoever was mad enough to jump on the back of the spacious aftquarter.000 88 THE MOTHERSHIP 1978: John Rowles was voted New Zealand’s top vocalist and ‘Hello Sailor’ our best band. dispelled any concerns the public may have had about the motorcycle industry succumbing the environmental ‘paranoia’ of the day.

1980 Ducati SD900 ENG. 80.000 . 940 425 DM860 FRAME.000 CLASSIC motorcycles AND CARS OF THE DAY lot 99 89 .$12. DM900SD950683 MILEAGE.818 $8.

25.lot 100 1979 Ducati Mike Hailwood Replica ENG: 089 770 DM860 FRAME.000 90 . DM860SS 900115 MILEAGE.008 $18.000 .$25.

heinous offspring such as the CX500 ‘Custom’ that really did give the ‘Chopper’ a bad name. The machine is capable of superb acceleration. the rider suffers somewhat from an abrupt and large step in power when transitioning from off-boost to on-boost. Today. is a rare and somewhat overlooked classic. At peak boost. 6. at times. Essentially it was a scary bike for your average Honda rider. a statement of Honda’s engineering expertise and technical clout arrived in its day with great fanfare but was a poor seller: gone from the market within a year. With this.1982 HONDA CX650 Turbo FRAME. CLASSIC motorcycles AND CARS OF THE DAY lot 101 91 . the CX650 Turbo. however.$8. RC-162000393 MILEAGE.970 $6. And that fairing that looks like overkill – well it’s not. it was quickly discontinued and followed by a succession of mundane and. Part of its problem was the fact that the turbo performed actually like a turbo-charge-bull. this nearly doubles the power output of the engine when on full boost.500 This bike. the turbo provides approximately 19psi of overpressure. capable of +225kph.500 .

A Brembo rear brake was fitted in place of the usual Automotive Products (AP) Lockheed item. Morris alloy wheels (then made by Performance Machine) and ‘retro’ graphics. the TSX was distinguished by its lowered chassis and 16-inch-diameter rear wheel. SCMO31877 FRAME.$22. short megaphone mufflers. Other changes unique to the model included a stepped seat. restyled passenger grab rail. .000 . Paioli rear suspension units. the TSX was a well-supplied piece of kit for the day and one that now captures a unique and defiant period of Triumph history. mirror-polished alloy. with plastic top shrouds.lot 102 1983 Triumph TSX ENG. which remained at the front. Essentially a restyled Triumph Bonneville. 10 $18. 200 for the UK and 71 for the rest of the world). All in all. shortened front and rear painted mudguards (the latter having a black plastic mount for the vehicle number plate). were sited at a more acute angle further back on the swinging arm to lower the seat height. SCMO31877 MILEAGE. with the engine offset in the frame to accommodate this. black-coated engine casings and engine with polished fins.000 92 FRESH STOCK This is a brand-new example of the now-famous TSX 750 of which only 371 were produced (100 for the US.

87. Much of the quality workmanship and engineering that went into the production of Honda’s flagship performance bike really had not been seen before in mass production.5:1 compression ratio is employed and. The innovative oneway clutch. experienced riders were demanding more and more. HMXSC162100880X MILEAGE. Offering unprecedented combustion efficiency. 425 $8. liquidcooled 90-degree V4 engine sporting accurate. The birth of the Honda VF1000R was almost a foregone conclusion. Braking is in the capable hands of dual-floating front discs with dual-piston callipers and a single ventilated rear. gear-driven double-overhead camshafts and packing a thunderous +125hp. Its strap-line was “Exploring the Outer Limits” and the VF100R didn’t explore them. a 10. the gear-driven camshafts run quietly and greatly reduce power loss. with some relief. SC16E 2104001 FRAME.$12. it is not difficult to rely. it has the ultimate suspension combination and handling.000 When pondering which motorcycles will be considered classic examples of the 1980s period. developed in racing. CLASSIC motorcycles AND CARS OF THE DAY lot 103 dominated sports-riding worldwide at the time.000 . Usually seen only on high-performance racing machines. With smaller displacement versions of Honda’s innovative V4 engine that combustion chamber and squish area was designed to give optimum higher combustion speed and boost power. is impeccable. The power comes from this compact. reduces back load and improves performance. full carbonfibre racing fairing and solo seat cowl made the R very desirable. even under the most spirited riding. adjustable clutch and front brake levers. making this one truly unique machine in its day.1987 Honda VF1000R Eng. Other features such as the endurance racer-style twin headlights. uses a unique mechanism that greatly smooths shifting. In keeping with the ultimate sports image of the VF1000R. a special 93 . all with sintered pads. to overcome enginedamaging detonation. This is a great example of a true modern classic. it created them. and a racing offshoot winning race after race. on the VF100R series.

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Any surplus over the proceeds of sale shall belong to the seller and in this condition the expression “proceeds of sale” shall have the same meaning in relation to a sale by private treaty as it has in relation to a sale by auction. b. Webb’s shall be entitled to a possessory lien on any property of the purchaser for any purpose while any money remains unpaid under this contract. 13. f. Title and right of disposal of the goods shall not pass to the purchaser until payment has been made in full by cleared funds. To apply any payment made by the purchaser to Webb’s towards any money owing to Webb’s in respect of any thing whatsoever irrespective of any directive given in respect of or restriction placed upon such payment by the purchaser whether expressed or implied. All lots are sold subject to the right of the seller or his agent to impose a reserve. To retain possession of that or any other lot purchased by the purchaser at that or any other auction and to release the same only after payment of money due. If a purchaser fails either to pay for or take away any lot Webb’s shall without further notice to the purchaser at its absolute discretion and without prejudice to any other rights or remedies it may have be entitled to exercise one or more of the following rights or remedies: a. No person shall advance less at a bid than the sum nominated by the auctioneer and no bid may be retracted. Registration. 7. Neither Webb’s nor its vendor are responsible for errors of description or for the genuineness or authenticity of any lot or for any fault or defect in it and make no warranty whatever. Buyers proceed upon their own judgement. c.CONDITIONS of sale for buyers 1. bank (cashiers) cheque or Eftpos. i. 10. g. Failure to make Payment. completion of payment after receipt of a deposit the lot will be held by Webb’s as bailee for the vendor risk and title passing to the purchaser immediately upon notification of clearance of funds or upon completion of purchase. It is accepted by bidders that the supply of false information on a bidding card shall be interpreted as deliberate fraud. Purchasers shall complete a bidding card before the sale giving their own correct name address and telephone number. To rescind the sale of that or any other lot sold to the purchaser at the same or any other auction. Buyers’ Premium. Buyers shall be deemed to have inspected the lots or to have made enquiries to their complete satisfaction prior to sale and by the act of bidding shall be deemed to be satisfied with the lots in all respects. 2. h. If the bid is accepted there is a contractual obligation upon the bidder to pay for the lot. Any deficiency resulting from such resale after giving credit to the purchaser for any part payment together with all costs incurred in connection with the lot shall be paid to Webb’s by the purchaser. 8. Licences. A receipted invoice must be produced prior to delivery of any lot. which combined sum shall be the total purchase price. 4. 6. Purchases are to be taken away at the buyer’s expense immediately after the sale except where a cheque remains uncleared. They have full discretion to conduct all aspects of the sale and to withdraw any lot from the sale without giving any reason. Payment for all items purchased is due on the day of sale immediately following completion of the sale.

Bank details are as follows: Peter Webb Galleries Ltd 030104 0448184 03.Bidding Slip For absentee bidders on lots in THE CLASSIC MOTORCYCLEs & CARS OF THE DAY sale . Please enquire regarding this service which Webb’s carry out at no charge.OCTOBER 19 2011 Please bid on my behalf at the above sale for the following lots up to prices recorded below. * Webb’s will do its utmost to carry out bidding instructions for absentee bidders. SIGNED & DATED . These bids are to be executed as cheaply as is permitted by other bids or reserves if any. Please record sale and buyer number in payment. lot no. catalogue description Bid* MR/MRS/MS initial surname/company home pH business ph mobile facsimile email address postal address contact name ARRANGEMENTS FOR PAYMENT: I agree to pay immediately on receipt of notice from Webb’s of my successful bid. I will arrange for collection of my purchases or I agree to pay for packing and freight costs incurred by Webb’s in having any purchases forwarded to me. If such arrangements are not made cheques will be cleared before purchases are delivered. * I agree to comply with the Conditions of Sale as printed in the catalogue. Payment will be by cash cheque or bank transfer. On major lots customers may prefer to bid by telephone. Swift code for international payments is WPACNZ2W. I understand that in the case of a successful bid on items in the Classic Motorcycles and Cars of the Day sale a buyers premium of fifteen percent (15%) will be added to the hammer price and that GST is charged on the premium. It will not be responsible however if circumstances prevent it doing so. In order to avoid delay in clearing purchases Buyers who are unknown to us are advised to make arrangements for payment before the sale or for references to be supplied.

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