This week’s H&H Classics motorcycle sale at the National Motorcycle Museum included some exceptionally rare and interesting bikes. And the bidder response endorsed that view, giving the company an 80 per cent sell rate.
Top item in the H&H sale was the wonderful Coventry Eagle (pictured) with just a few examples known, sold for £94,300.
Coventry Eagle motorcycles rarely come on to the open market. Last on the road in 2019 and used for the Banbury Run and West Kent weekend.
Beautifully patinated it is believed that it was used as daily transport for the owner at the time who was an archaeologist and had his tools in a wooden box on the back. The Flying-8 was recently run and all fluids changed. This was a wonderful opportunity to own a great vintage machine. Continuation RF60 logbook from 1966, some old pictures, and a current V5C.
The next National Motorcycle Museum H&H auction will take place on Wednesday 20/07/22.
To consign your motorcycle to the July sale visit www.handh.co.uk