29 July 2012 - San Francisco - Nearly 60 uncommon and unique motorcycles, some of them of tremendous value and importance, will be offered for sale by Bonhams at their 15th annual world-renowned automotive auction in Carmel, California on August 16th.
Many of these motorcycles come from the extraordinary collections of the late Otis Chandler of Los Angeles, Eddie Rickenbacker’s Bar & Grill in San Francisco, and a private European collector in Great Britain.
Here is but a sample of the fantastic array of bikes on offer:
1907 Indian Single Torpedo Tank 'Monkey on a Stick' Racer: est. $40,000-$60,000
1910 Pierce Four
in untouched, original condition: est. $120,000-$150,000
1912 Indian Twin Board Track Racer
in completely original, unrestored condition: est. $70,000-$90,000
1920 Mars Type A20
in genuine, restored condition: est. $100,000-$125,000
1941 Indian Four with Sidecar: est. $70,000-$90,000
3 Open Seater in rare, original like-new condition: est. $120,000-$150,000
1956 MV Agusta CSS Squalo Racer: est. $30,000-$40,000
For a complete list of the motorcycles to be offered at Bonhams' sale at Quail Lodge in Carmel Valley on Aug. 16-17 during the Monterey Peninsula Automotive Week (a.k.a. Pebble Beach Week), visit: http://www.bonhams.com/quail