The next H&H Classics sale at the National Motorcycle Museum on the 27th October features bikes dating back a 100 years but there will also be some collectable future classics available to bid on.
Ian Cunningham of H&H Classics, says: “The two bikes pictured here are part of a private collection and perfect examples of bikes that can be ridden and enjoyed but that will also become good long term investments.”
The 2016 Moto Guzzi is a limited edition V7 Stornello scrambler – only 1000 were produced and there are very few in the UK. Each Stornello has a laser inscribed number on the top yoke, this one being number 588/1000, and it comes fitted with an Arrow Exhaust, wire wheels, brushed alloy mudguards and brushed alloy side number plates.
Part of a large private collection it has been stored in a heated garage and is only showing its delivery mileage of 7 miles, it even has all the bobbles still on the tyres! This immaculate bike comes supplied with all the manuals and keys in place and is listed with an estimate of £3,500 to £4,500.
The 2018 Ducati is a 1299 Panigale R Final Edition and was created to celebrate Ducati’s most powerful twin-cylinder bike ever produced, number 58 of a limited series of just 1299 bikes. It represents the perfect mix between a high-performance engine and race developed chassis. A beautiful bike, it is sure to become a future classic. It is listed with an estimate of £22,000 to £28,000.
The tricolour livery, red Marchesini forged wheels, Ohlins suspension and Akrapovic titanium exhaust make the Panigale a unique and collectible bike. This excellent example has been stored in a heated garage as part of a large private collection and is only showing 9 miles on the clock.
It comes with all the Limited Edition features in place and includes the owners and service manuals, spare screen, mirror blanking plates and the DDA Ducati Data Analyser adaptor. Also included are front and rear Pierobon alloy paddock stands that cost over £1,000.