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Altière Race

1905

French racing bike from the mark Altiére. Nicely complete and with a large sprocket with the special chain with double links.

Peugeot Paris-Nice

1914

French Peugeot V-twin model Paris-Nice from 1914. This is a 350cc side valve. Until 1913 the V-twins were with an atmospheric inlet valve. In 1913 this was the MD model. Outside the catalog, they had made a new model called model MC. They placed the new cylinders that were operated by side valves on the old carters of the MD. Due to successes in the Paris-Nice race, this MC model was referred to as the Paris-Nice model as standard. The first standard side valve 2 cylinder engine from Peugeot. By the outbreak of the war, production of this model had already stopped in 1915. Very nice about this motorcycle is the suspension Truffault fork. Motorcycle starts and runs well but still needs some TLC.

onbekend - Unknown

1975

FN M86

1935

Belgian FN model M86. Frame was once adjusted and wrong fork.

F.N. M60 - Confort

1926

Very beautiful and original Belgian FN model M60 - Confort. This is a 350cc OHV with thick tires. Engine has been revised and is in perfect condition? Many rides have already been driven without problems. On this motorcycle, the original Bosch lights and optionally a nice duo seat. Further material box with original FN tools and beautiful clock on the toolbox. On the frame is also mounted an extra spark plug and oil jar in leather holder to lubricate the valves.
This motorcycle was once sold in Antwerp at Schepens and Co - Palais du Motos in the Plantin and Moretuslei 75.

BMW R42

1928

German BMW model R42. This is a 500cc side valve from 1928. This motorcycle is 100% original and in good running condition. Matching numbers and according to BMW archive this was made on 08/05/1928 and delivered on 09/05/1928 to BMW dealer Creutz & Werner in Chemnitz. Also for sale with alu Steib sport sidecar. See other advertisement.

Henderson KJ

1930

American Henderson 4 cylinder projects. 2 pieces not complete ..

Steib S500

1933

Pre-war German Steib sidecar model S500

Matchless G3L

1941

English army Matchless model G3L from 1941. This is a 350cc OHV who has witnessed the war. This motorcycle has been completely restored but never finished. After a few moves and about 10 years in the garage finally out.

Harley-Davidson 42 WLA Type VII

1944

American Harley-Davidson model WLA. This is a 750cc side valve of 1944. Model VII delivered to US Army on 12 October 1944 under contract 11-022-ORD3996. Motorcycle is completely original in a few small details. Also speedo, saddle, saddlebags and very rare ID-tag on fuel tank with engine number and delivery date! Engine has had an 8 month technical revision with more than 500km test drives. Starts and runs perfectly. Rarely do you see a completely original motorcycle like this one for sale. Motorcycle is not for sale, possibly exchange with other old or special motorcycle?

Royal Standard 4ch. OHC

1929

Royal Standard is made in Geneva - Switzerland and is the brainchild of J. Pauchand later under the name Ateliers des Charmilles, S.A, Geneva (1928-1937). This unusual engine design was too revolutionary and too expensive to build. As a result, only a few 100 motorcycles were sold between 1928 and 1932. The engine was designed and made by René Zürcher son of Ernest Zürcher, co-founder of Zedel motors. It is a 400cc 2-cylinder in line with the overhead camshaft. There are 2 axles at the rear of the engine. One for the magneto and the other with angled transmission for the OHC. This motorcycle was purchased in 1967 by J. Branse (founder of the VMC in the Netherlands - oldest motorcycle club in Holland). The customs lead is still hanging on the motorcycle (see photo). He drove this last in 1971 and has been stored dry since then. Rarely do these exotics come for sale and certainly in such an original condition.

Matchless G3L

1949

English Matchless model G3L from 1949. This is a 350cc OHV. This motorcycle comes straight from the shed. Some small parts are missing but a nice project to restore.

FN M86

1936

Belgian FN model M86 from 1936. This motorcycle was delivered October 15, 1936 in the Netherlands. Top model from the FN of the 1930s.

Scott Flying Squirrel 600

1926

English Scott model Flying Squirrel. This is a 600cc 2 cylinder 2 stroke of 1926. First model with the petrol tank above the frame tube but still with the very nice old front fork. Later it was replaced by a regular webb fork. Older restoration but very nice motorcycle that is complete and original. Also has the beautiful old Smiths odometer and complete old lighting on it. This model was a very fast motorcycle that won a lot of races. This model was available in a 500cc and like this the bigger 600cc. Comes from an Italian collection that was recently exhibited at the Mille Miglia museum in Italy. The previous owner found this in France and put it in his collection after a complete restoration. These motorcycles were regularly used for tours in Italy.

Peugeot S57B

1957

French Scooter Peugeot model S57B. This is a 125cc from 1957. Older restoration but still beautiful of the early model with the headlight on top of the handlebar and not in the front plate. Nice finish with special tool tray under the front luggage rack in the mudguard.

FN 4 cilinder

1908

If you thought you've seen everything before ... take a look at this.
Factory new FN 4 cylinder from 1908. Never sold, never driven, never restored, never put gasoline in, never put in oil, ... this is what a 1908 FN looks like when it was delivered. This is a real time capsule from FN. This motorcycle was owned by the FN factory and was in the museum of FN. This was sold to an employee in the 1980s and has never started it, never cleaned and only stored until now. This is the first time this motorcycle sees the sun. The original tires from 1908 are still in very good condition because they have never seen sun. A Belgian motorcycle that is build near Herstal - Liége must have Englebert tires before the first world war. But from the factory in Liége as on this FN. The Englebert factory was in Antwerp near the harbor because that is where the rubber and latex came from Africa. The majority of the Belgian motorcycle industry was located around Liège, so Englebert had a 2nd factory in Liége, only for supplying the factories. That is why these are the original tires with the Englebert - Liége marking. The nickel has turned completely dull due to old age but is still in very good condition. I am not going to clean this up and I will not start this motorcycle because it is only 1 time brand new.

FN M70C

1930

Nice restoration of a Belgian FN model M70C from 1930. This is a 350cc side valve. This model is known for being very reliable. Was sold from the FN museum to one of the employees in the 1980s.

AJS Sport Luxus H4

1926

English AJS model H4. This is an older restoration of a 350cc side valve of 1926. Motorcycle has been very nicely restored years ago and has again very nice patina. Matching number motorcycle with nice lighting with adjustable mirror. Original Binks /AJS carburetor. Comes from an Italian collection that was recently exhibited at the Mille Miglia museum in Italy. The previous owner found this bike in France and put it in his collection after a complete restoration. These motorcycles were regularly used for tours in Italy.

Bonnet & Morel sport

1900

Solex 45cc

1950

Early Solex with tubular frame (gooseneck) and still with 45cc engine (pepper canister) and not the later 49cc. In beautiful original and unrestored condition. Engine has good compression but everything must be checked carefully.

Terrot HSC

1928

French Terrot model HSC. This is a Sport Confort 350cc side valve from 1928 in beautiful original condition. This is the last year of the flat tankers. From 1929 the models gradually switched to saddle tank models. This is still the beautiful model with oil dropper in the tank. Engine starts and drives but needs a some TLC.

BSA K

1917

English BSA model K with sidecar. This is a 550cc from 1917 with belt drive and 3 gears. First model of BSA with gearbox and 3 gears. This motorcycle is originally delivered to the French Army. Motorcycle is completely original and in original paint. Comes from an Italian collection that was recently exhibited at the Mille Miglia museum in Italy. The previous owner found this in France and put it in his collection after a technical restoration. These motorcycles were regularly used for tours in Italy.

Vespa VBB

1961

Italian Vespa 150cc model GL. Engine has compression but is not running yet.

Norton Model 99

1956

English Norton Dominator model 99. This is a 600cc two cylinder OHV of 1956. After the success of model 88, a 500cc, Norton brought out the stronger 99. Only to beat the magical ton (100 miles - 160km/h). This is an early version in good condition. This fast model was known for its very good handling. This is an early version in good condition with low mileage.

FN M70

1930

Belgian FN model M70 restoration project. This is a 350cc side valve of 1930.

Honda C310

1965

Japanese Honda made in Belgium. Model C130. This is a 50cc OHV 4 stroke of 1965 with 3 hand gears. This model was a further development of the Honda Super Cup. By amending the legislation, mopeds were only 40 km per hour and had to have pedals. In the development of this model it was decided to produce this at the Honda factory in Belgium The model offered here is unrestored in completely original condition and in good running condition. They are rarely offered in this way. The mudguards and the leg screens are plastic and therefore usually broken or gone. Here everything is still complete and in very good condition.

Gillet 350S

1932

Belgian Gillet 350cc OHV model Sport from 1932. This is a sporty 350cc with double exhaust and slooper cylinder. This motorcycle is delivered in France to Gerkinet (importer) on 04/03/1932, so the painting is different, not Gillet but Gillet Herstal to have no confusion with the French brand René Gillet. also tank is different, French magneto and carburetor. This was to pay lower import taxes. If Gillet delivered incomplete motorcycles, they paid a much lower tax and as a result France created employment by mounting own produced parts. The entry "Importe de Belgique" also had to be on all imported engines. This motorcycle is a barn find that finally sees the light of day after many years. Engine starts and runs good.

Excelsior Autobike 47/V1

1947

In 1937 Excelsior released the 98cc Autobike. One of the 2 brands used by the Villiers Junior engine. The other brand was Raynal Auto. The rumor is that Villiers leaked plans to Excelsior because they feared that Raynal Auto would not take enough engines.
This is a model of 1947. A 98cc 2 stroke without gears but with a clutch. Engine starts and drives well. Fully in original condition.

Dresch 500 Monobloc

1930

Top model of the French Dresch brand, model 500 Monobloc. This is a 500cc in line with shaft drive and pressed frame. Rarely this beautiful motorcycle is for sale.

Dresch 500 Monobloc

1933

Untouched and original French Dresch 500 Monobloc. This is Dresch's top model with a 500cc 2 cylinder SV in line engine with shaft drive. Rare motorcycle with spring handlebar as an option. This spring handlebar from Planor was available in leaf springs and in wire springs.

Contrast-JAP TT racer

1912

Very little is known about this motorcycle and this type of engine. The larger version of this engine is well known. It exists in 500, 735 and 1000cc (also known as the 90-bore). This sport engine was used by major brands such as Matchless, Dot, Nut, Bat and also in some cycle cars. The 1000cc was built until the early 20s and was also used in the early Brough Superior. JAP started building the 735 and 1000cc around 1910. The 500cc a few years later. Until last year nobody (who I could find) knew the existence of the 350cc version. No photos, no brochures, no info. Somewhere I picked up that JAP made 3 of these engines for the Isle of Mann TT in 1912 or 1913. To me it seems logical because what is the advantage for private customers, it makes no sense to build a 350cc V-twin ohv, This is way too expensive. 350cc is a race class and it has a meaning there. So this must be a prototype racing version.
Contrast-Jap was a small English company that started building motorcycles very early. Best advertisement was racing. Winning on Sunday is selling on Monday was the slogan then. The frame is made of SUN lugs with a Bramton fork. Sun was a company that made its own motorcycles, but also a supplier of the cast connectors to build a frame. Most smaller companies used these lugs because they themselves were not capital powerful to cast them. Bramton was a major supplier of front forks. The engine is therefore the rare, probably the only one that still exists, 350cc ohv V-twin sport engine. Rear wheel has a 3 speed Sturmey Archer hub. This is 1912 and at that time there were not really any gearboxes. A few years before, Zenith had invented the gradua system, a sort of variable speed principle variomatic, and this was the first answer to the gearbox. You can compare this rear hub with a large 3 speed rear hub of a normal bicycle. Restoration has just ended and the first test drives were on the banked racetrack Montlhery. Motorcycle has been found in Spain near Barcelona where it raced around the racetracks of Barcelona around WWI.

Saroléa 25L Super Sport

1927

Rare Belgian Saroléa model 25L. This is a Super Sport model flat tanker 350cc OHV of 1927. Of this model only 590 pieces are made and thus this is a very rare appearance. Especially in unrestored and original condition. Even the original Saroléa rims are still on this motorcycle. In 1926 Saroléa still had the clincher rims, in 1927 they had their own produced rims, but in 1928 they had already abandoned it and the rims (another model) were purchased. Perfect technical restoration with a few options such as gear ring with odometer, spark plug holder with extra spark plug, leather bag with oil can to lubricate valves, and pocket watch with holder mounted on the handlebars. Everything about this bike has been checked and restored. Frame, front fork, front fork shafts, bearings, wheels, axels, brakes, gearbox, clutch, engine, flywheels, carburator, magneto, everything has been brought back to new condition.

BSA K

1914

Very nice restoration of an English BSA model K. This is a 550cc side valve of 1914. This motorcycle has the English Pioneer certificate so you can sign up to do the Pioneer ride in UK. Engine starts and drives well, has already driven many tours in UK. With this motorcycle is a loose sidecar body with springs but no chassis.

Ariel D

1927

English Ariel model D. This is a 500cc OHV from 1927. Ariel had 2 OHV models in the range of 1927. Model C was the standard version and model D was the luxury version. This is a luxury model D with all race/sport options. One could buy different options for each model, this motorcycle has all race/sport options such as: Amal TT carburetor, Lucas racing magnet, footrests instead of footboards and HQ (High ratio) gearbox. This makes this already fast motorcycle even sportier. In 1927 Ariel had a lot of problems with the frames. These always broke and it was so that you could get from your dealer a new improved frame for free. The 2nd model frame did not fit either, and so there have been 3 models of frames. This motorcycle has the original 3rd type reinforced frame that was good. This is a very nice and good running motorcycle with nice details such as the race options, oil dripper on the tank and hand and foot clutch. This is also the first year that Ariel switched from flat tankers to saddle tank models. This motorcycle was for years the property of Willem Molenaar the brand specialist of the Ariel club in the Netherlands. Rarely are these models offered.

Harley-Davidson J

1918

WWI Harley model J from 1918. Ex- American army served in France. With the bike comes also some original parts like:
- original gunscabbart dated 1918
- original signalflag bag dated US Army 1918
- original saddlebags marked US
- original US army war newspapers 'The Stars and Stripes' printed in Franse 1918
- original fieldpost 1918
- original silver compass U.S. Army (USA nite) 1917
- original songbook from US-army 1917
- original translation book french-englisch for US Army 1918
- original silk handkerchief sended to the loved one at the front
- original pistol holder marked 1918
- original instructions for soldiers Springfield rifle model 1917
- original notification note booklet with notes on the front
- original signalers manual (1916)
- original constitution and By-Law of USA (1917)
- ...
Engine and gearbox are in very good condition.

BSA B31

1953

Very nice restoration of an English BSA B31. This is a 350cc OHV with the optional rear suspension (engine number BB). Motorcycle has always stood in the living room and after years has been taken outside and started up. There are several rides driven (up to 130km) and this motorcycle is hassle free. This model is 1 year only with the beautiful side panels on the fuel tank.

Triumph TRW

1964

English Triumph TRW from 1964. This is a 500cc 2 cylinder side valve of the army. Nice basis for restoration. Mudguards and headlight with metal parts are missing.

FN M70 -Sahara

1928

Belgian Fn M70 Sahara rolling frame. This is a 350cc side valve of 1928. The 2nd model flattanker M70 still with the clincher tires but already with the drum brakes.

Rush 350

1928

In 1921, Omer Cravillon started building motorcycles on Waversesteenweg 25 in Auderghem (Brussels). From the beginning, Rush had many successes in racing, winning the Grand Prix of Belgium, GP of Italy and, in 1923, the world record in the 250cc class. In 1923, engineer Van Geert took over Rush's control. Van Geert was a very good racing driver and he contributed a lot to the development and improvement of racing. In 1929 a new model with saddle tank was introduced and in 1930 the company moved to Woluwestraat 25-27-29 in Brussels. Due to the stock market crash in USA, sales went worse in 1930 and the company eventually had to put down the books in 1931. Van geert continued to work privately on his racing motorcycle and in 1935 he won the GP of Francorchamps in the 175cc class. His company remained active until 1950 for the manufacture of custom motorcycle parts.
This Rush was restored about 20 years ago by Tony Leeners (Indian specialist) in the Netherlands. The bills are with the motorcycle and you can see here that this motorcycle has had a full restoration. After that this Rush never drove. Engine has good compression and you can take the gears. But need some TLC. Unique opportunity to own a very rare Belgian motorcycle.

FN M70 C

1930

Nice base for restoration of a Belgian FN model M70 C. This is a 350cc SV of 1930.

AJS M9

1929

English AJS model M9. This is a rare 500cc side valve of 1929. A few years ago this motorcycle had a completely restoration and has been used during several large tours with no problems.

BSA 29S

1929

English BSA model 29S. This is a 500cc OHV sloper from 1929. This model came out in 1927 and is made until 1935. First models were with one exhaust from the end of '29 early 1930 was this also available with double exhaust (twin port). In 1932 they were delivered with 4 gears. This is an early version of the 500 cc OHV Sport model of BSA with sloper engine. These models were known as very solid and easy to handle. This motorcycle is an older restoration with wear and tear but starts and runs very nicely.

Harley-Davidson 36VFD + sidecar

1936

In 1930, Harley came up with a completely new motorcycle on the market to replace the obsolete IOE engine of the '20s. The 1000cc fell away from the range and the model V (1200cc SV) came to replace the JD (1200cc IOE). This model is made until 1936, the year the Knucklehead (OHV) came on the market. For this last production year they have completely reworked the bike which makes this a rare appearance for everything on this bike is made just one year! The frame, crankcases, cylinder, carburetor, front fork, tanks, mudguards, primary chain, … all created 1 year only.
This VFD is an old restoration that start and runs good. Comes with the passenger seat and the original side-car.

Indian 101 Scout

1928

Indian 101 Scout 45 Ci. This is a 750cc side-valve V-twin from 1928. According to many the best-driving Indian ever made. Motorcycle has been completely restored and has driven many great journeys.

BMW R12

1935

German BMW model R12 with sidecar. This is a 750cc side valve boxer with shaft drive and sidecar. Beautiful original motorcycle without repro parts. More than 50 years ago found in a barn in Wallonia. Fully restored and driven many large rides. Due to the illness of the previous owner, it has stood still for several years. Rarely a motorcycle like this is still for sale with everything original and matching original numbers. Also original nameplate in front of the frame. Motorcycle must be restarted, need some TLC.

Sava De luxe

1950

Belgian Sava with Ilo engine MG125. This is a 125cc 2 stroke with 3 gears. Sava motorcycles made from 1949 to 1953 in the Rue Pierre David 38 Lambermont-Ensival Belgium.

Magnat-Debon 350 JAP

1932

Older restoration of a French Magnat-Debon JAP 350cc ? side valve of 1932. The models Magnat-Debon are identical to Terrot. Terrot bought Magnat-Debon in 1921. The name was retained but the models were identical to Terrot. The turnover was only 10% of Terrot. This brand disappeared in 1959 when Peugeot bought the Terrot Magnat-Debon brand.
Older restoration that need some TLC.

Honda PC50

1969

Rare early implementation of a four stroke Honda model PC. This is an overhead camshaft. This is an early version with the swing fork. Engine is fully serviced and in perfect running condition. Has already been used for major tours.

Vespa

1950

Original and rare Italian workshop lift for Vespa dealers.

Bender

1938

Bender is a Danish manufacturer of sidecars that are mostly mounted on the Danish Nimbus but also on many German motorcycles. This is a pre-war model still with original Danish license plate on sidecar mudguard.

Harley-Davidson WLA type VII

1944

American Harley-Davidson model WLA. This is a 750cc SV which was delivered to the army in 1944 following an order of 5 August 1943 with order number 11-022ORD-3996. Engine and gearbox are not restored. This motorcycle is completed with good parts, and all bolts and nuts are like original and renewed. Only a few small parts may be missing. Wheels have new spokes with blackened spokes such as original, new tires and axles and bearings renewed. Front fork restored with new springs and nuts. Everything that had to be renewed has been renewed. Also a new wire harness. Beautiful and easy restoration project. I can supply all parts for engine and gearbox overhaul.

Norton 16H

Unrestored pre-war Norton 16H out of the barn after many years. This is a 500cc side valve.

Norton 16H

1937

Unrestored Norton 16H out of the barn after many years. This is a 500cc side valve of 1937. With original Belgian registration and original license plate.

Saroléa Cricket

1957

Gillet 125

1941

Belgian Gillet 125cc delivered by the Gillet factory on 3/07/1941.

BSA Wall Auto-Wheel/ Rover De Luxe

1914

English Wall Auto-Wheel De luxe made by BSA. This is a 118cc 4 stroke with atmospheric inlet valve and side valve exhaust. The Wall Auto-Wheel is a kit for bicycles where everything is mounted on the wheel from engine to carburetor and ignition and petrol tank. This made it possible to mount this drive wheel very quickly with the aid of a few brackets to each bicycle frame. Later they also used to drive gocarts, built into a frame as a kind of motorcycle and ... The Wall Auto-Wheel was presented for the first time at the Stanley Show in England in November 1909. This was a direct success and many patents of sold. Thus they were made in France, Belgium (FN), Holland, USA and in UK at Smiths the later Briggs & Stratton plant. In 1914 demand could no longer be met and BSA was asked to make 5000 out of it. This is one of them made by BSA and in its original state, still in original paint. This one is built on an English Rover women's bicycle. Comes from an Italian collection that was recently exhibited at the Mille Miglia museum in Italy. The previous owner found this in France and put it in his collection after a complete restoration. These motorcycles were regularly used for tours in Italy.

Velocette MAC

1953

English Velocette model MAC. This is a sporty 350cc OHV from 1953. The first MAC was made in 1933. In 1953 they were fully updated with new front fork and adjustable rear suspension. In 1960 the last MAC was made. This is a motorcycle offered here is from 1953 and has had the latest updates. Very sporty and reliable motorcycle. Older restoration with some traces of use but still very beautiful. Starts and runs very well.

Terrot LRR

1936

Very rare "Rallye" (race) version of a French Terrot model LR. The basic version LR is a 175cc Supersport OHV with 3 gears with hand shifter at the fueltank. This model came out in 1933, at the request of the customers, after Jean Braccini and Vincent Martin gained 1st and 2nd place as "Championnat de France". This was with a "Rallye" (Race) version of this LR, the model LRR. This differed from the standard model by increased exhaust, 4 gears gearbox with foot shifter, Amac TT sports handlebar with pivot throttle, OS odometer and cushion on the rear fender. This model served as the basis for all later racers of Terrot. This engine was innovative for Terrot with its long stroke (56 x 71 mm) and very high RPM, hemispheric combustion chamber and convex high compression piston. All this was kept together by "colonets", tie rods that went from the cylinder head through the cylinder to the crankcase. This was customary for race engines. The frame was also different from the LR because the foot switch of the gearbox was in place of the rear brace pedal and had to be transferred to the left side of the motorcycle. The price of a model LR in 1936 was 3200 FF about 1000-1200 FF more than the other 175cc motorcycles from Terrot. The LRR offered here cost another 1500 FF more, making it more costly than a standard 350cc OHV from Terrot. This in a period of crisis (after the stock market crash in USA that could be felt later in Europe) and because of the very high price, this model is very rare and only a few are known to exist. The LRR offered here is in original and running condition. This motorcycle has previously participated in the motorcycle races at the Mont Ventoux in France.

Kaptein (Motobécane) S3

1955

Kaptein is a Dutch brand that was founded in 1949 by William Kaptein from Arnhem. Before the war he was an importer of various motorcycles and moped brands. In 1938 also Motobécane. After the WWII showed the production of engines, owing to the high import duties cheaper than importing. Initially delivered Motobécane even engine blocks and other items, but soon Kaptein was going to make everything yourself under license. From 1965 through adjustment of the import duties was yet again cheaper to import them and thus these mopeds from 1965 were built back in France but under the name Kaptain. This Moped 50cc is completely original and in good running condition.

Kaptein (Motobécane) S24A

1958

Kaptein is a Dutch brand that was founded in 1949 by William Kaptein from Arnhem. Before the war he was an importer of various motorcycles and moped brands. In 1938 also Motobécane. After the WWII showed the production of engines, owing to the high import duties cheaper than importing. Initially delivered Motobécane even engine blocks and other items, but soon Kaptein was going to make everything yourself under license. From 1965 through adjustment of the import duties was yet again cheaper to import them and thus these mopeds from 1965 were built back in France but under the name Kaptain. This 50cc Moped is alate version with the fast cylinder and is completely original and in good running condition.

Motobécane Mobylette AV4

1962

For restoration or parts.

Duval Mobylette AV3 - Kaptein

1951

F. Duval Van Beersstraat 33 Antwerp, built under license Royal Enfield, Motobécane, Motoconfort and Kaptein. This from 1950 to 1951. Kaptein was a Dutch license from the French Mobylette. Duval was again a Belgian license of this Dutch license. All this to bypass the import taxes. There were high taxes on imports of complete vehicles. The input of incomplete or parts was much lower. As a consequence, there are very many manufacturing factories arising from all car and motorcycle brands. This tax measure was to create jobs. Just think of BAM-FN in Germany and Geco-Herstal for Gillet in France.
This Duval is very rare and in original condition. Moped is fully monitored and is in perfect driving condition.

Kaptein (Motobécane) - S3 Luxe

1956

Kaptein is a Dutch brand, founded in 1949 by Willem Kaptein of Arnhem. Before the war he was importer of various motorcycle and moped brands. In 1938 also from Motobécane. After WWII, the production of motors in connection with the high import duties proved cheaper than importing. Initially, Motobécane provided engine blocks and other components, but soon Kaptein made everything himself under license. From 1965, by adjusting the import duties, it became cheaper to import them, so these mopeds were built back in France from 1965 but under the name of Kaptein. This 50cc Moped is fully original and in good running condition.

Mobylette Kaptein - AV3

1951

Kaptein is a Dutch brand, founded in 1949 by Willem Kaptein of Arnhem. Before the war he was importer of various motorcycle and moped brands. In 1938 also from Motobécane. After WWII, the production of motors in connection with the high import duties proved cheaper than importing. Initially, Motobécane provided engine blocks and other components, but soon Kaptein made everything himself under license. From 1965, by adjusting the import duties, it became cheaper to import them, and so these mopeds were built back in France from 1965 but under the name of Kaptein. This 50cc Moped is fully original and in good running condition.

Cazenave VAP 631 C

1959

French moped Cazenave model VAP with ABG 50cc engine. Nice complete moped, rear light broken but still working, which is in running condition.

Solex 1400

1958

Old model of a French Solex still with the round tube frame. Looks nicely complete, for restoration.

Nimbus 750

1936

Danish Nimbus 750cc 4 cylinder OHV with open valve springs, overhead camshaft and shaft drive! Very nice technical construction of engine and very reliable. This is a pre-war version with the big mudguards and normally with tank gears shifter (gear shift is normally in the chrome plate between tank and saddle.) Many of these pre-war models have been later modernized to foot shifter, like this one. Nothing has been destroyed and can be converted back again. If one prefers tank switching, these parts can be ordered on the internet. Motorcycle has always driven with previous owner until a few years. Should be cleaned up and be well lubricated and then this bike is ready again for the big tours. As an extra I also have the original Bender sidecar for this model for sale 2,250 euros.

Magneet Globemaster Royal

1964

Dutch Magnet Moped model Globemaster Royal. This is a 50cc 2 gears from 1964. Magnet rijwielenfabriek started in 1895 as a wholesale for bicycle parts. In 1910 they started to make bicycles themselves under the name Magnet and in 1952 they started with the production of mopeds.

FN M60 - Sport

1926

Very beautiful and rare Belgian FN model M60 Sport. This is a 350cc OHV from 1925. The Sport version deviates from the Standard and Conform by the large wheels with narrow tires. This motorcycle also has the right poulie brakes for 1925. Rare because in 1928 FN came with the drum brakes on the new models. Most people then changed their wheels to have better brakes. This means that you rarely find an early FN with the correct poulie brakes. This motorcycle has been completely restored and is in very good running condition. According to FN's information, this motorcycle was delivered on 12 June 1926 to FN Neuilly in France.

F.N. m70

1930

Beautiful restoration of a Belgian FN Model M70. This is a 350cc side valve of 1930. This motorcycle has the option of dynamo and original Bosch headlight.

Puch SGS 250

1958

Austrian Puch SGS 250. This is a 250cc single cylinder twin piston with 4 gears from 1958. SGS stands for Swing-Gabel-Sport. This is a fast and sporting 2 stroke that used to have had a lot of people as the first motorcycle to ride. This model was a success for Puch and was also sold in the Sears catalog in the USA under the name Allstate 250 or Twingle SR250. Because of the success, this model is made from 1953 to 1970. This motorcycle offered here is in completely original condition and good riding.

Vespa Faro basso - VM2T

1954

Rare early Vespa, headlight still on the front fender. This is a 125cc 2 stroke with three gears hand. Start and runs good.

Saroléa 24U

1929

Belgian Saroléa model 24U (Super Sport). This is a 500cc OHV from 1929. First model saddle tank after the flattankers. This was the top model of Saroléa. After the successes in the race, Saroléa released a new speed model (top speed of 135km/h and 150km/h on alcohol). This was the 24U. A very fast motorcycle with saddle tank and with carburettor with double float chamber. Little has been made of this model and they have broken almost all during racing. This means that you rarely encounter a beautiful original one like this. This motorcycle has matching numbers of engine, frame and gearbox.

Excelsior 1000

1916

American Excelsior Board track racer 1000cc IOE from 1916. Engine and gearbox with clutch and magneto are professionally overhauled by a specialist. Fork is a reinforced Keystone race fork. Nice winter project of a rare racer.

FN M60

1926

Belgian FN model M60. This is a 350cc OHV flat tanker.

Calthorpe Ivory 350

1930

Is temporarily in the exhibition at the "Top Mountain Motorcycle Museum" in Hoghgurgl - Austria.
The English brand Calthorpe made its first motorcycles in 1911. In 1930, they arrived with a new model in the market with their own engine. The Ivory, named for ivory-colored painting. The motorcycle soon gained success during racing because she was fast and very reliable. This is a 350cc head valve of 1930. This motorcycle has been used in many races in Denmark by a well-known motorcycle racer. Motorcycle has been stored for 5 years and need some TLC.

Indian Big Twin singel speed

1914

Older restoration of an American Indian Big Twin 1000cc IOE of 1914. This is a single speed with clutch. Restored years ago when there were no repro parts, so this motorcycle is 100% original. All bolts and nuts are original even the rims and spokes! The Persons saddle is also original. Also the 18mm short green Spiltdorf spark plugs are original !!! Motorcycle is in good condition and starts and drives well. But can use some TLC. Rarely these early Indians are offered in such an original condition.

Bufflier

1930

French sidecar of the brand Bufflier. Large model for the big French motorcycles like René-Gillet and Gnome & Rhone.

Zundapp K500

1933

Norton 16H - Sport

1924

English Norton 16H. This is a 500cc side valve from 1924 in original paint. In 1924 there were 3 models of type 16 for sale at Norton. Model H (Home Land), model C (Colonial for export to the English colonies, these had higher ground clearance and were more robust) And model 2 (Touring Norton) identical to the H but with foot boards and other handlebars. This model engine (75x100) has been in use at Norton for 45 years. They said that there was no better engine than the long stroke Norton. Until the end of the 1920s, there was a lot of racing with side valve engines because they were much more reliable than the OHV engines. On March 29, 1921, the new racer of the Norton team, Rex Judd drove a speed at Brooklands of 92.44 mph (148.7 km / h) with a 16H. In 1922 Norton released the model 18, a 500cc OHV with the same stroke of 79x100. This was only 6 mph (9.6 km/h) faster than the side valve 16H. This rare Norton 16H offered here is completely original with beautiful details like the petrol tank and original saddle. Comes from an Italian collection that was recently exhibited at the Mille Miglia museum in Italy. The previous owner found this in France and put it in his collection after a complete technical restoration. These motorcycles were regularly used for tours in Italy.

Royal Enfield Ladies Model

1923

English Royal Enfield 225cc 2 stroke Ladies model from 1923. Older restoration but very good running. Restored by a very good Danish mechanics that many rides has driven.

Terrot HST

1930

Costs normally 5750 euros, can now go for 4750 euros.
French Terrot model HST from 1930. This is a 350cc side valve in perfect running condition. Motorcycle has been completely checked and has already made many large tours without any problems. Motorcycle has been repainted but tank is still in nice original condition. Beautiful accessories such as pump, duo seat, horn, … One kick and drive ...

FN M50

1922

Lot parts for a Belgian FN 4 cylinder model M50. Frame, front fork, 3 engine blocks, 3 gearboxes and many small parts. In this lot is also a 4 cylinder fueltank from 1914.

Zenith Gradua

1911

Zenith was built in England between 1904-1950. The problem with these early motorcycles with belt is that they have only one gear. In a hilly area this is a problem. In 1907 Freddie Barnes designs at Zenith an ingenious system to solve this without using a real gearbox. On top of the fueltank is a coffee grinder handle that when you turns it opens or close the pulley. Full open runs the belt on a roller bearing and allows the engine in neutral. Turned close the belt is higher in the pulley so you get a different gearing ratio(Gradua = Gradual gearing). But than the belt will be too long or too short causing it to skid. Zenith had this problem solved, the gearwheel shift in to the two horizontal frame tubes forwards or backwards so that changed the distance and the tension on the belt is always good (see last set of pictures). This system was so good that Zenith all racing and hill climbs started winning. This was so common that Zenith was excluded from all racing to give the other riders also a chance to the prize money. This was then used as a publicity stunt by Zenith. Their logo was crossed out by a red line with "Barred" in What hit on a good system they had and thus were excluded for racing (see last picture).
This Zenith is a well known in the tours of pioneer motorcycles, approximately 6 x joined the Pioneers Run in England and a 4 x Oude Klepper Parade in De Haan Belgium. This motorcycle also has the Pioneer certificate and is in perfect running condition. The Zenith is a 500cc JAP engine and is the oldest Zenith familiar with the Graduation system. Easy to recognize his early type of frame that is at the end of the fuel tank strait and not sloped like the later models.

Novy

1958

Belgian Novy moped 50cc of +/- 1958.
The company was founded in 1911 by the former cyclist Hilaire Lannoy (1887-1984). He started a bicycle store in Kortrijk in 1907, but from 1911 on, after his cycling career, he started to produce his own bicycles under the brand name "Yonnal" (Lannoy reversed). During the First World War he had to stop production because of material shortage. In 1920, Lannoy also started to produce cargo bikes, which already got the brand name "NOVY". Around 1928, light motorcycles with 78 cc Le Poulain two-stroke engines were produced for the first time. From 1930, Novy also produced 250 and 350 cc triphorses with Villiers built-in engines. In 1931 motorcycles with 98, 125 and 200 cc Villiers blocks followed. Later motorcycles with ILO engines up to 200 cc were also manufactured. During the Second World War, production was halted, and besides, there was a plane bomb on the company. After the war, Hilaire Lannoy was able to start production again quickly, thanks to a stock of built-in motors that was hidden in the basement. In 1950 there were 50 cc mopeds with ILO-blocks and the motorcycle range consisted of 100, 125 and 200cc models, all with Villiers two-stroke engines and in the fifties the first models with plunger suspension appeared. In the meantime telescopic forks were also used and the plunger suspension behind was sometimes replaced by a pulled swing fork. In 1953 there was a 225cc model, but the 100 cc version had to clear the field. In 1954 there was a new moped with a 50 cc Gasquy block. In fact this block came from the French brand Le Poulain, but Gasqu in Herstal built them under license. NOVY also supplied her mopeds with ILO and Sachs engines. Triporteurs were delivered in a number of basic versions, all with 200 cc Villiers engines: the TR201 had a bare chassis, the TR202 an open box, the TR203 a closed box and the TR206 was an ice cream cart. Novy was also importer of British Oscar scooters from 1953 onwards. In 1956, a 250cc motorcycle with an ILO two-cylinder engine was delivered. Although models with Villiers engine were always being built in between, in 1960 people switched to this completely. Around that time the brand also disappeared from the motorcycle market, but Novy mopeds were still made in 1964. Novy has sporadically made sidecars as well. From 1965, the company focused on the production of extraction hoods, but later also other kitchen equipment followed. In the meantime, bicycles were also produced (until 2007). However, the company still exists.

Monet-Goyon TT

1929

French racer
20 world records with this model!
In 1924 Monet Goyon starts with a new sporty model with a 175cc 2 stroke engine, model 'Z' Equipped with a sporty British 2 stroke Villiers engine with dual exhaust. After many successes in 1925, this model features the 'Super Sports Brookland TT' Villiers engine (this engine has broken many records in the Brookland circuit). This is the fastest Villiers engine ever made. With this bike they were 4 times champion of France (1924,25,26,27), they won 3 x Grand Prix de France (1924, 25, 27, 29), 4 x first place on the Mont Ventoux (1924, 25, 28, 29) nor less than 20 world records (1924, 25, 29)! All this mainly won by the factory riders Louis Janin, Albert SOURDOT, HOMMAIRE and GAUSSORGUES.
This bike is the model TT of 1929 with the fast 175cc Villiers engine with dual exhaust and oil tank with oil pump to feed directly to the piston specially built for racing.
This bike is in original unrestored condition, engine has good compression and you can take the gears (3). Bike was made by factory as a normal street bike but with manny race options. The model without race engine had a frame with not detachable lugagerack. This model you could use to go to work during the week and in the weekend you unbolted the street parts (lamps, lugagerack,..) and go racing
Race adjustments made by factory:
- big fasteners for the wheels
- Villiers race engine
- Race carburator
- detachable luggagerack
- special oil system
- big strong gearbox

Reading Standard 1300cc

1919

American Reading Standard 1300cc V-twin of 1919. This was the racing motorcycle of Nilo Masó. He was the Reading Standard importer in Spain - Barcelona. He rode competitions under his company name ALFA. On display on the tank befor restoration and on a copy of participants in a competition in 1923.

Gillet Estafette

1951

Belgian Gillet 500cc of the Belgian army. Decent heavy 1 cylinder. In 1979 this motorcycle was sold by the government to the public because they had been written off for the army. This bike has still the papers of the sale and the closing number of the sale is still on the saddle. Afterwards it has never driven again, hence the low position of the odometer (11.733km). Engine has good compression and you can take the gears.

FN 285TT

1922

Two unfinished FN projects model 285. This is a 285cc IOE from 1922-23. These projects are not complete but with many extra components.

NSU 501T

1927

German NSU model 501T. This is a 500cc SV touring model of 1927. In 1927 NSU came out with a solid new motorcycle for long-distance rides and sidecar use. This model is different from all the precursors by the SV block engine, double frame tubes above the flat tank and large solid brakes. An ideal motorcycle for big ride outs.
This motorcycle has been completely restored and is running but needs some finishing touches.

Indian 45 Police Scout

1927

American Indian model 45 Police Scout. This is a 750cc V-twin of 1927, first year of the 750cc. First version of the 750cc Scouts with short frame. Short period made because at the end of 1927 this model has been changed with the long frame in 101 Scout.
Rare appearance of an early Police Scout project. Unfinished restoration that has been stored in an attic after years has been retrieved. Bike is build together loosely only to see better what is missing. I've already bought all the missing parts ... I thought. Missing parts currently are rubber handles, carburetor, magneto and tires, also some small parts.

FN M13

1951

Belgian Fn M13 of Belgian army. This is a 450cc side valve with special suspension. Comes strait out of the barn and has stood still for 21 years. This is a motorcycle that was a surplus for the army, extra bikes if it were to return to war. This can be seen at the RA (reserve armée) behind the engine number. These motorcycles were stored in warehouses and these were started once a year and then had to do some tours around the barracks square. They were sold by the government at the end of the 1970s. These motorcycles all had a very low mileage, usually between 2500 and 3500km. This explains the low mileage on the counter (8023km). Engine has good compression and you can take the gears. Previous owner has painted the bike black but the original army green paint is still there.

Flandria Caravelle

1963

Belgian Flandria model Caravelle. This is a 50cc from 1963. This model had the system to kick backwards to start the engine, like a kickstarter on a motorcycle. This is a real barn find. Found when cleaning up a household, has been away for many years in the barn. Good compression but have not started it yet.

Harley-Davidson 22F Keystone racer

1922

Everyone knows the Boardtrack races that originated in USA. There was a lot of racing with these American motorcycles and thus created companies that made special race attributes. Keystone was such a company that made an adapted race frame. By opening the frame at the bottom the engine was no longer high in the loop of the frame but hung this layer. Which made for better roadholding. As a result, the valve rockers were no longer in the way of the petrol tank and therefore this tank does not have the typical hollows. Furthermore, there is the special hand oil pump for racing on the tank and the rare extra shock absorber on the fork. This is also an F engine and not a J engine. The F engine had a Magneto and thus no battery needed to start, so less weight.

Henderson K-De Luxe Board track racer

1924

Very nice American Henderson model K- De Luxe from 1924. This is a 4 cylinder side valve of 1300cc. Unfinished project from a Board track racer. Motorcycle is not finished yet. To build this racer nothing has been damage or cut off. The mudguards and the standard handlebars are also available. Engine has NOS connecting rods and valves with springs. Nice project to finish.

Panther M30

1938

Sporty English Panther M30. This is a 350cc over head valve of 1938. Motorcycle is an unfinished restoration that is not complete.

La Mondiale 500cc Sport

1931

Belgian La Mondiale Sport 500 1931. Rare sports motorcycle with a 500cc JAP engine. This model comes very rarely for sale. Very nice base for restoration.

Rogers

American sidecar of the brand Rogers. This model was made from about 1914 to 1925. Used by Harley, Indian, Excelsior, ... Completely restored and primed. Ready to build on your bike.

Harley-Davidson WLA

1943

American Harley-Davidson model WLA. This is a 750cc V-twin side valve from 1942. Motorcycle is not restored I only completed the bike with the correct parts. New wire loom, all bolts and nuts new (correct model), new clutch, new tires, ….

Terrot FT

1928

French Terrot model FT from 1928. Model F is a 250cc 2 stroke and T stands for Tourisme. Motorcycle is in original and good condition. Must be restarted. This is the expensive version with the specially damped front fork, double rear brake, bin for spare inner tube, tool box on the tank and spare oil drum at the back.

NSU 351 OSL

1937

German NSU 351 OSL. This is a 350cc over head valve with open valves and hairpin springs. This motorcycle is a sportily set up with racing handlebar and cushion on the rear fender. After Walter William Moore left Norton in 1929, after disagreement, he designed the successor to Norton OHC for NSU. This is the reason that NSU in UK is laughingly described by NSU = Norton Spareparts Used. In 1930 NSU started racing this model with great success. NSU has then made a cheaper version for the public and this not with overhead camshaft but with push rods as valves operation. This was a great success and a very popular motorcycle because of its good performance (350cc = 17HP) and the perfect roadholding. This model with the sporty hairpin feathers was made for the last time in 1937. In 1938, all NSU OHV models received closed valves, for less wear and tear as a result of the preparations for the army.
This motorcycle here is in good condition but for restoration. Engine has good compression and you can take the gears.

Alcyon 350 SuperSport

1930

Rare French Alcyon model Supersport "Champion de France" 1930. This is a 350cc OHV Zurcher double-exhaust long stroke engine. Very sporty and fast motorcycle in its original state, once over painted. Motor is in running condition. This is the special Zurcher sports engine with long stroke and double exhaust. In 1928-29, they became champion of France with this model and also won many other competitions.

René Gillet G

1938

French René Gillet in original paint. This is a model G, 750cc V-twin of 1938. Motorcycle is fully set, new tires, new cables, new regulator, magneto and dynamo overhauled, ... Start perfectly and is in very good running condition. Everything works. Possibly for sale with the original Bufflier sidecar. Great model specially made for René Gillet and Gnome-Rhone. Price sidecar is 2450 euros.

Triumph 3T De Luxe

1947

After the war, there was a need for an economic sports motorcycle, and thus Triumph came out with the smaller version of the Speed Twin 500cc. This English Triumph 3T is a 350cc 2 cylinder that has been restored and is a good running motorcycle.

Gnome & Rhone M1

1928

French Gnome & Rhone model M1. This is a 306cc side valve of 1928. Motorcycle is in beautiful original condition and 100% complete. Nice basis for restoration or conservation. In running condition.

Harley-Davidson WLA

1942

Ex US Army. Harley-Davidson model 42WLA. This is a 750cc V-twin SV WWII. After the war, many of these motorcycles are made civilian like this one.
Everything has been revised on this motorcycle. List of replacement parts is included. New brakes, gearbox revised, new clutch, engine fully revised as well as flywheels revised, drilled, new pistons, ... Motorcycle has done alraedy many milage as a test drive.

Nimbus Luxus

1953

Danish Nimbus 750cc 4 cylinder OHC with shaft drive. Put this engine in an American motorcycle and you have the most expensive 4 cylinder. Where do you find:
- 4 cylinder
- 750cc
- over head valves
- Upper camshaft - open valves
- shaft drive
Very reliable motorcycle that is easy to handle. Motorcycle was completely overhauled several years ago at Nimbus specialist for several thousand euros. After restoration the bike wasn't used a lot. Engine starts and runs perfectly. Has the option of sidestand, with Swedish papers and all bills of revision.

Messerschmitt KR200

1960

After the war Messerschmitt was not allowed to build aircrafts anymore. In 1952 Messerschmitt was approached by Fend to make a small car. The first model was a KR175, this is the abbreviation of Kabinenroller what means kabine-scooter, 175 refers to the 175cc engine. In 1955 this model was completely redesigned and got a 200cc engine, the KR200. In 1956 after West Germany joined the NATO, Messerschmitt was allowed to build planes again and was no longer interested in the microcars. Messerschmitt sold the license to Fend. Fend started the Fahrzeug- und Maschinenbau GmbH Regensburg (FMR) together with Rem and wheel hub producer Valentin Knott and took over the production. In 1964 production was stopped due to low sales figures.
The KR200 offered here is a 200cc from 1960 and is a nice base to complete and restore.

BMW R11 serie 5

1934

Very nice German BMW model R11 series 5. This is a 750cc side valve boxer with shaft drive. Motorcycle is originally delivered to French government services. These were introduced without carburettor and without lighting. Because of this the import duties were much lower. The missing parts could then be made in France and this created employment. This explains the Amac carburators on this model which is original for France. Probably there was also an ugly big French headlight on and this is the reason that there is now a repro Bosch lamp on it. This last model of the R11 already had an improved engine, it runs very quietly and was very reliable. This motorcycle is in perfect running condition.

Universal B50

1951

Swiss Universal B50. This is a 600cc boxer OHV with shaft drive. Rare motorcycle in original condition as it comes out of the barn. Universal built motorcycles from 1928 to 1964, until 1945 with built-in engines of various brands and from 1945 their own boxer engine which was very good in quality and looked very nice. Only problem was that she was much more expensive than the German BMW and so there are only 900 pieces made between 1950 and 1957, most of them as SV engines. Motorcycle is as it is found in the garage. Completely original with good compression and you can take the gears. Taillight missing.

DKW SB500

1937

DKW was founded in 1919 by a Danish engineer Jorgen Rasmussen. DKW always remained faithful to the 2-stroke system and was the largest motorcycle manufacturer in Europe in the 1930s. In 1934 DKW came on the market with their large 500cc 2 cylinder sport model. This produced 15HP and was good for a top speed of 115km/h.
The SB500 offered here is from 1937 and is in running condition but needs som TLC.

Triumph 5TA

1961

Restoration project that has been stopped of an English Triumph 5TA. This is a 500cc OHV 2 cylinder from 1961. Extra to this project are frame with engine and an extra crankcase with crankshaft.

Harley-Davidson sidecar

1918

Wanderer 3PS

1911

Rare early German Wanderer with straight frame tube above tank. Old restoration that is completely original and in good running condition. This is a 440cc V-twin. Very luxurious motorcycle for his time. It has front and rear suspension, clutch, drum brake, belt tensioner, ...

Harley-Davidson 31C

1931

American Harley-Davidson model C. This is a side valve 500cc 1 cylinder 1931.
In this frame you can also place the V-twin 750cc (45Ci) model D-DL, .... This was identical to the 500cc and the 750cc.

Harley-Davidson WLA

1942

Harley-Davidson WLA early version in North Africa implementation. These early versions had the headlight at the top, long 2 "over fork (2 inches longer than standard) for the sand, the thick 16" wheels and tires to have better grip in the sand and the early round air filter. Nice motorcycle that is different as all others. Engine and gearbox has been overhauled. Motorcycle is complete with new cabling and all bolts and nuts new. Must only be completed. This is now for sale but as soon as I have time it will be finished ... and it is more expensive.
Comes with American jerrycan for water 1942.

Magnat-Debon BOT

1929

Joseph Magnat and Louis Debon started producing bicycles in 1900, but in 1902 they built the first motorcycles. They quickly became one of the major French brands, but after WWI in 1922 they were taken over by Terrot. First they built their own models but from 1929 they built the same models as Terrot only the name was different This Magnat Debon model BOT, Tourisme-Confort is a 350cc side valve of 1929. Motorcycle is in original unrestored condition. Is in running condition. Has a very nice duo seat.

Peugeot S55

1954

Rare early version of a French Peugeot scooter model S55. This is a 125cc 2 stroke in original condition.

Martinsyde-Newman 680cc

1919

The British firm of Martinsyde was founded in 1908 when Helmuth Paul Martin and George Harris Handasyde went into partnership to build aircraft. The name was MARTIN & HANDASYDE. In 1915 they changed the name in MARTINSYDE. By the end of WWI Martinsyde was Britain’s third largest aircraft manufacturer, occupying sites at Brooklands and Woking. Faced with a sharp downturn in demand for its products, the firm turned to motorcycle production at the war’s end, having acquired the rights to an exhaust-over-inlet engine, designed by Howard Newman.This was an unusual EOI and not the usual IOE as with favored Harley-Davidson and many others. They had no experience with certain parts like gearboxes, front forks, …but wanted to go quickly into production. So they bought the best components that were for sale. Like the 3 speed gearbox of AJS and the best fork of Brampton with the compensation springs. In 1919 the company was in full production of their first motorcycle, driven by Newman's 680cc V-Twin. The company’s first machines, powered by Newman’s 680cc v-twin engine, were marketed as Martinsyde-Newman, which was abbreviated to simply Martinsyde after Newman’s departure. Newman went to IVY (Famous English motorcycle brand) for the development of their luxury and sport V-twin model. Smaller, single-cylinder models were added to the range and Martinsydes began to feature in competitions, achieving some successes at Brooklands and at the Scottish Six Days Trial. Sadly, a disastrous fire in 1922 destroyed the works and Martinsyde went into liquidation, its name and remaining stock being acquired by BAT (other major British motorcycle manufacturer). The first BAT V-twin also had the Martinsyde EOI engine, residues that have been saved from the fire. The last full Martinsyde was sold in 1923 and today there are only a few known to exist. Especially this early model is extremely rare. Martinsyde has made a total of about 2,000 motorcycles from 1919 to 1923.
This Martinsyde offered here is perhaps the one of only a few still existing of this early model. Very nice old restoration and totally original! Even the exhaust is the original!
Total of all models made by Martinsyde there are only 21 pieces known to exist.

FN M86 SM

1936

Very rare Belgian FN model M86 600cc OHV with hairpin springs delivered to the Belgian army. Of this model only one 30 bikes has been delivered to the Belgian army. Up to now only 3 motorcycles have been known that still exist. Everything is different to this army motorcycle than the well-known citizen sports version. Frame is different, front fork is wider to use the hubs of the FN 1000cc and both petrol and material container and many small parts are different from the citizen model.

Indian 101 Scout

1930

Older unfinished restoration of Indian 101 Scout 600cc 1930
The handlebar on this bike is an original Swedish option. This is a narrow handlebar specifically to ride on the small roads in the woods. Nice base, this motorcycle has no repro parts, all original!

Motosacoche 600 touring

1922

Swiss Motosacoche 600cc V-twin IOE Touring model 1922. Motosacoche was founded in 1899 by the brothers Dufaux in Geneva Switzerland. One of the first things they made was a motors with fuel tank and ignition built into a frame that one could incorporate as in a bicycle. Only a poulie in the rear wheel had to be built in for the belt drive. Hence the name Moto-sacoche : engine in a bag. Later they are going to make a lot of built-in engines under the name MAG (Motosacoche-Acacias-Geneva, this was the address). Supplied worldwide to manny other motorcycle brands like Ariel, Triumph, Matchless and even Brough-Superior. Motosacoche was the largest Swiss motorcycle manufacturer and had factories in Switzerland, France and Italy. Motosacoche also won many competitions such as the first Bol d'Or 24-hour race in 1922 was won on a 500cc Motosacoche. In 1928, they won many Grand Prix prizes. Late 20s Bert le Vack became one of the factory riders, chief designer and tuner but on September 17, 1931 came this to an end after a fatal accident in the Swiss Alps during testing of the new A50 model Motosacoche.
The motorcycle presented here was one of the top models of Motosacoche driven by their own 600cc ioe V-twin This was a luxury Touring model was firm enough for sidecar use. The engine is started manually by a lever on the right side. This model has a luxurious suspension in that the saddle (itself also spring loaded) is mounted on a frame tube with extra large spring (under saddle) and is connected to the foot boards. So footboards and saddle feathers separately from the rest of the bike.
This Motosacoche is completely original and in very good condition. Saddle is coverd again and wooden footboards are renewed. These were bad. Further, oil pump checked, magneto rewound with warranty and further checked everything. Motorcycle is in perfect running condition. Movie on FB or Youtube.

Charter Lea 350

1908

English early Charter Lea with Fafnir engine 350cc. Handlebars and levers are wrong and needs some finishing.

Triumph K200

1935

German Triumph (Triumph Werke Nürnberg) model K200. This is a shaft drive 200cc 2 stroke with four gears. This model is made from 1934 - 1937. Rarely this model is offered for sale.

Magnat-Debon VMDO2

1933

The French brand Magnat-Debon started in 1906 with the production of motorcycles. In 1930 they were acquired by Terrot, the brand continued but made identical models as Terrot. This is a 100cc two-stroke ladies or pastor model with two gears. Engine has good compression and you can take the gears. Beautiful original condition.

Phönix Doppelport-Sport Luxus

1939

Rare German Phönix 250cc luxury model sport with double exhaust and 4 gears. In 1919, Daniel Blecher and Karl Haardt from Neheim started the bicycle factory BLEHA. In 1922 they started building motorcycles. In 1926 the name was renamed in RMW (Ruhrtal-Motorradwerke). They had several brand names among this group of which the most famous Phönix was. During WWII they had to stop building motorcycles and had to make parachutes for the German army.
This 250cc is the top model of their 2-stroke range. This was the heaviest sports model with double exhaust and 4 gears. Rare model because only 2 pieces of this model are known to exist. This is thus found in Austria in a barn a few years ago. Is still in original lacquer but is over painted.

Triumph Gloria

1933

In 1930, Triumph released the model X. This is a cheap 175cc 2 stroke. This to fill the big question behind lighter and cheap motorcycles. In 1932 there was a new law in England (reduce road licensing), which made it very cheap to ride a light motorcycle. These should be up to 150cc. This prompted Triumph to adapt the model X with a Villiers engine of 147cc. This model has been made for only one year and so very rare.
The bike presented here is still in original paint and has good compression. Very rare model and even though it is an English model, it has the German (TWN) looking tank emblem.

BMW + Steib TR500 R60/2

1961

German BMW R60/2 with Steib TR500 sidecar. This motorcycle is build for long distances driving. Engine is renewed with a R80 engine 800cc with oil cooling and electric starter. Sidecar is build on by BMW (see tagplate) and is equipped with the expensive oil pressure brake on the sidecar wheel. Petrol tank is a big Heinrich "De Luxe" tank. Further windshield, legshields, saddlebags, spare wheel, cover sidecar, jerrycan (if the petrol tank should not be big enough ;-)
Motorcycle starts and drives good.

Lambretta LC

1951

Rare early Italian Lambretta model LC. This is a 125cc scooter.

Zenith Super 8 model N

1928

Zenith started in 1903 in Finsbury Park, London with the construction of cars and motorcycles. The construction of cars stopped in 1905-1906. The driving force behind Zenith in its early days was Chief Engineer Fred Barnes, who was responsible for the famous ‘Gradua’ gear. Worked by a hand-wheel or crank handle, the Gradua mechanism varied the diameter of the engine pulley while simultaneously sliding the rear wheel back and forth in the fork slots, thus maintaining correct belt tension. Its advantages showed most effectively in speed hill climbs, and in pre-WWI days Zenith machines gained many successes as the rider could change gear during the ascent while the other competitors had to make do with a single choice of ratio. Rival riders and manufacturers thought that this was an unfair advantage so many leading clubs barred Zeniths from their hill climbs. Zenith was quick to recognise the publicity value and took the word ‘Barred’ as their trademark. Zenith was very successful in racing in the 1920s. For example, Zenith won most "Gold Stars" on Brookland than any other brand. The "Gold Star" was given to motorcycles that achieved an average lap time of more than 100mph (160km/h). Bert Le Vacke was the first driver to win a "Gold Star" on Brookland and this on a Zenith. In 1928 he did this with a 750cc Zenith-Jap with a world record of 124.62mph (+/- 200km / h) in Arpajon France.
This motorcycle is a perfect driving bike that works all the way. Both claxon and lighting. The motorcycle has been cleaned/restored more than 30 years ago, ie here and there somewhat painted, but is largely original. All nickel is still original and this can be seen by the very clear markings in the nickel. Engine starts well, runs well and is very powerful and fast. A really big tour/sport motorcycle. Please note this is not the 680cc version that usually finds me but the very rare 750cc !!!

Gillet 500cc Sport

1928

Gillet 500cc OHV of 1928. This is an early sport version with open valve push rods. Engine is delivered to Lôchner in Praga on 24/07/1928.

OK Supreme 350 Sport

1927

NOS (New Old Stock) bike!!!
0 milage!!
Typical British sport motorcycle from the 20s. Fast, light and easy to handle.
This motorcycle has an interesting history. Found in Indonesia at an old dealer. This was with 10 other motorbikes imported in 1927 by a Chinese dealer Tjee and Lee and has never been sold. As usual 20-30 years ago, this bike was repainted although this was not necessary. All nickel is original and the markings are very clearly. This is also a proof that they have never been used. The brake pedal also shows no wear. Exhaust was lost during restoration. This is new made but the curves were not correct. By heating to bend this changes color. Exhaust must be rechrommed. Due to repainted still it is the closest you can get to riding an untouched Sports bike of the 1920ies.

Motobécane MB2

1925

Beautiful restored French Motobécane model MB2 from 1925. This is a 175cc 2 stroke with belt drive and 2 gears. The first model MB1 that came in 1923 had no gears and had a direct drive. This means that if you stopped the engine dropped out and you wanted to leave, you had to start it back by cycling. In 1925 this model was released with clutch and 2 gears which greatly facilitated the use. Beautiful old flat tanker with belt drive and footbords that is well restored and good running.

Peugeot Bima Grand Luxe

1959

French Peugeot model BIMA Grand Luxe 50cc of 1959. This is a moped with roller drive on the rear wheel.

Favor CPE

1952

French Favor (Clermont-Ferrand) 50cc of 1952. This is a fast motorbike with Poulain & Cucciolo engine. These were known to be very fast and were built in by many moped manufacturers in France. Engine is loose and has good compression.

Mobylette Kaptein - S1

1955

Kaptein is a Dutch brand, founded in 1949 by Willem Kaptein of Arnhem. Before the war he was importer of various motorcycle and moped brands. In 1938 also from Motobécane. After WWII, the production of motors in connection with the high import duties proved cheaper than importing. Initially, Motobécane provided engine blocks and other components, but soon Kaptein made everything himself under license. From 1965, by adjusting the import duties, it became cheaper to import them, and so these mopeds were built back in France from 1965 but under the name of Kaptein. This 50cc Moped is fully original and in good running condition.

Harley-Davidson 50WL - Bobber

1950

In restoration
Harley-Davidson 50WL bobber. This is a 750cc V-twin side valve of 1950. Constructed as a bobber. Everything is perfect, still need to be overhauled is engine and gearbox.
Special parts on this bobber: fork 2 "over, narrow racing tanks WR, dual cam front brake, ...

Triumph 6S

1937

2 x English Triumph 6S. This is a rare 600cc SV of 1937. One restored (see pictures) and 1 original. Please note these are consecutive frame numbers !!! These 2 motorcycles have left the Triumph factory together and have been brought back together 80 years later!!!!!!!!
The restored one is in good running condition, the original one has a revised engine and some small missing parts.
Restored costs 10,750 euro's, the original one costs 6,750 euro's, but I prefer to sell this as a set.

Ossa 125 C2

1962

Like many brands, Ossa has used the odd DKW RT125 as the base for this sports motorcycle 125cc 2 stroke. This model was made from 1960-1963. This Ossa is from France and has French papers. In France, this was the only one registered.

Nimbus C

1935

Early pre-war model of a Danish Nimbus 750cc 4 cylinder OHC with shaft drive. Put this engine in an American motorcycle and you have the most expensive 4 cylinder. Where do you find:
- 4 cylinder
- 750cc
- over head valves
- Upper camshaft
- open valves
- shaft drive
Very reliable motorcycle that is easy to ride. Motorcycle has been stored for 5 years and need some TLC.

Harley-Davidson WLA Type VII

1944

La Mondiale 500 racer

1931

Gillet Sport

1927

Gillet started in 1919 with the construction of motorcycles. One of the first models was a 300cc 2 stroke unit engine. This model was an immediate success. This belt-driven motorcycle was later a 350cc. The many successes was informed developed a sports version in 1922. Now powered with rotating inlet and chain driven. Many successes were achieved.
This offered Gillet is an old restoration that urgently needs some attention. Missing parts are: chain guard, rear standard and some oil lines.
Original this bike was sold to Riemersma, Eindhoven (NL) 23/05/1928

NSU 201T

1929

German NSU model 201T. This is a 200cc IOE 1929.
In Germany motorcycles with a maximum of 200cc engine were exempt from taxes and the driver did not need a driver's license. For this purpose, NSU made the 201R (Riemen) model in 1928. A 200cc IOE with belt drive. From 1929 this model was available with chain drive and this was model 201T (Touren).
This is a very nice restoration of a rare NSU model. Motorcycle needs some detailing and fine tuning. Very nice model with the open head valve and the gap in the tank to allow this valve to pass.

AJS M7

1929

Very rare AJS 350cc OHC racer.
As a successor to the Bigport, AJS came with the OHC (OverHead Cam). In 1929, this model was modified in many ways to have a faster racer. At the level of the engine there were stronger rockers and a reinforced ribbed carter. More important was the modified camshaft. Testing at the factory showed that the weak performance was at the timing of the valves. One had copied the timing of the push rod OHV engine but, due to the improved efficiency of the overhead camshaft, the timing could be greatly modified, resulting in very good results. There was a new 4 gearbox, a modified frame and a new saddle tank, bigger brakes. After solving the problems of OHC engines, AJS had a successful race year in 1929. Wal Handley was second to Freddie Hicks on Velocette in The Isle of Man Junior T.T. Handley just did not win due to damage to his brake shoes in the final round. In the German T.T. In June at Kolbergrennen, George Rowley won a 350cc. Arthur Simcock was second behind Freddie Hicks on his Velocette in the Dutch 350cc T.T. In Asses. George Rowley was 2nd in the German 350cc Grand Prix on the Nurburgring in late July. A few weeks later, he won the Austrian 350cc Grand Prix in very wet conditions. In September, Leo Davenport won the 350cc Ulster Grand Prix and was team mate Rowley 2nd.
This motorcycle has been privately owned for a long time and was technically completely revised last year. Everything has been demounted and checked and brought into new condition where necessary. Even the crankshaft is disassembled and refurbished. Invoices are present to prove this. This is a unique opportunity to possess a rare and fast racer.

Géco-Herstal 250

1930

Géco-Herstal is Gillet (Herstal) a way to circumvent the import duties in France. The parts came from Gillet from Belgium and these were combined with French elements and thus created models that were significantly different from the Belgian Gillet models.
This is a 250cc OHV from 1930. Engine is an Zurcher who were known for their reliability and sporty character.
Motorcycle is not fully complete, but still a very good basis for restoration.

Ravat 175 C6 Sport

1925

French Ravat Model 175 C6 Sport of 1925. This is an early sports motorcycle with belt drive and Moser special sports engine. This engine had already proven its services in various competitions and was built in by different brands. In France by Radior, Dollar and Ravat. In England by AKD. Very nice over head valve engine with push rods at the back and valves side by side. Engine is loose and gears are allowed to take.

Eulette 98cc

1950

Etablissements VELOBEL made these motorcycles under the name Eulette. This in Rue Du Boeuf Noir 2 Ath Belgium. This Eulette features a 98cc Sachs 2 tact with 2 gears.

Motobécane B4

1932

In 1930 Motobécane proposed their new own engine block. This is Model B This motorcycle is a B4, 350cc side valve. With this motorcycle the cylinder was gone but there is a complete 2nd engine with this bike. Nice base for restoration.

Gloria

1949

Italian Gloria Intramotor built light motorcycles from 1948 to 1955. Most had Morini Franco Motori or Minarelli engines later they used also Sachs engines.
This is a roller drive with 48cc against the rear wheel.

Lambretta LC

1950

Early model of a Lambretta model LC. This is a 125cc 1950.

harley-Davidson 23F

1923

Nice basis of a Harley-Davidson model 23F. This is a 1000cc IOE model 1923. Engine has been completely overhauled, otherwise this is an unfinished restoration. Ideal to restore or to build a board track racer. Racers had a magneto to save weight of battery. These magneto models are hard to find.

Panther M100

1937

Panther making motorcycles since 1901, under the name P&M has always used a slooper engine that is part of the frame. A bit special construction that was very successful. This M100 600cc over head valve was their top model in the late 1930's. The long-stroke engine is very fast and strong. As a result, this model was also used frequently for sidecar driving.
This motorcycle is an unfinished restoration that is not complete.

Alcyon 250 supersport

1929

Rare French Alcyon Supersport model "Champion de France" of 1929. This is a 250cc OHV Zurcher engine. Very sporty and fast bike in original unrestored condition. This also has the MDY race carburetor. This model was in 1928 and 1929 Champion of France and won many other major competitions. The Zurcher engines were known to be very reliable and fast.
Engine is partly revised with new bearings, big-end and new piston, but still has to be assembled.

Honda CB360P

1974

This model of Honda is very shortly produced, from 1974 to 1976. This is a 360cc 2 cylinder OHC. But this is the rare Police Special implementation with all attributes such as beacons, mechanical siren and the special police speedo with the possibility of the needle to fasten while driving. This to capture the violation.
This bike has done his duty at the police of Brussels from 1974 to 1985. Then she went to the commune and later to the commune Galmaarden as a service vehicle. In 1995 this motorcycle after a public sale went to a collector in Antwerp.

AJS M16

1946

English AJS Model 16. This is a 350cc OHV of 1946. Early model with rigid frame and telescopic front fork. Bike is professional restored and used in many tours. Due to the purchase of an earlier project, I traded this motorcycle.

Peugeot BIMA Grand Luxe

1959

French Peugeot model BIMA Grand Luxe 50cc of 1959. This is a moped with roller drive on the rear wheel. These two motorbikes have always been together and it should remain so, I think. Beautiful complete with additional lights, saddlebags and toolrol. After +/- 30 years in the garage now they are back in the sunlight. Beautiful patina that should be preserved. They need a small check up.
Price is 1700 euros for the two together.

Peugeot S57B

1956

French Peugeot scooter model S57B. This is a 125cc two-stroke. The first model with the headlamp above the handlebar. There are many nice details on this scooter as the luggage compartment above the front wheel.

Novy 200

1954

Novy is a bicycle builder from Kortrijk (B) which started in 1928 with the fabrication of a light motorcycle and stopped in 1964.
This is a 200cc Villiers two stroke engine with three gears. Restoration is not yet fully completed. Rear sprocket missing and electrical wiring must be finished.

Ready

1936

Ready was a very famous and successful motorcycle brand that is made from 1924 to 1940. First in Kortrijk later from 1926 in Brussels.

FN M70

1930

Unrestored FN Model M70 from first owner. This is a 350cc side valve of 1930. This motorcycle has the beautiful Bosch headlight and support for alternator (original option FN) in front of the engine mounting.

Monet-Goyon MG24A

1929

French Monet Goyon model MG24A. This is a 250cc Villiers engine 2 stroke of 1929. Motorcycle is unrestored and in good and complete condition. Engine has compression and you can take the gears.

National - Excelsior

1918

Original and unrestored sidecar for an American Excelsior 1000cc V-twin from around 1920. This model also hung on the US military motorcycles WWI.

Dresch 500 Monobloc

1930

Untouched and original French Dresch 500 Monobloc. This is Dresch's top model with a 500cc 2 cylinder SV in line engine with shaft drive. Rare motorcycle with spring handlebar as an option. This spring handlebar from Planor was available in leaf springs and in wire springs as in this model.

Quadrant + sidecar

1925

The English brand Quadrant (Birmingham) started in 1901 with the construction of motorcycles. First with built-in engines of Minerva later (1903) with their own motor design. They were best known for their heavy single cylinders who won many races. In 1929 the production of Quadrant is stopped.
This quadrant is an incredible barn find. This, together with four other motorcycles with sidecars found in a barn in Gloucestershire. They were here for 20-30 years without anyone they saw. After the death of the owner, they are sold at auction in the UK in 2016. Motorcycle is completely original in original paint. This also has the options of odometer, complete lights on carbide and windshield on the sidecar. Rarely you can find a motorcycle of this age in such original condition, this is a unique opportunity to own a time capsule. The motorcycle is untouched after the discovery. This heavy 650cc 1 cylinder has good compression and you can take the gears. Great project to fire up and preserve the beautiful original condition.

Harley-Davidson WLA

1942

Harley-Davidson WLA. This is a 750cc V-twin SV of WWII. This is in beautiful original condition.

BMW R50/2

1967

Older restoration with usage traces of a German BMW model R50/2. This is a 500cc OHV boxer of 1967.

harley-Davidson 23J

1923

Beautiful unrestored and original Harley model 23J. This is a 1000cc V-twin IOE of 1923. Everything is beautiful original to this motorcycle she also has the rare gas caps with ridges, tail light, saddle spring pots, ... Very nice base to keep in this patina and do only some technical restoration.
Missing parts: horn, exhaust silencer and battery box.

Dresch 500 Monobloc

1934

Top model of the French Dresch brand, model 500 Monobloc. This is a 500cc in line with shaft drive and pressed frame. This beautiful motorcycle is rarely for sale!

Clyno

1917

English Clyno 750cc V-twin from 1916. This model was delivered to the English and Russian army. This is a nearly complete rolling frame. Engine and some small parts are missing.

BSA Blue Star

1932

British BSA model Blue star L32-5 350cc OHV of 1932. This was one of the top models of BSA in those years. Equipped with high compression piston, extra strong valve springs, racing cams, racing spark plugs, carburetor AMAL pump carburetor, upswept exhaust pipes, linked brakes and foot gear. Very progressive for its time and a very fast and manageable 350cc sportbike.
This motorcycle is unrestored but pretty original. Has very good compression and you can take the gears.

Monet-Goyon K - Super-Tourisme

1929

French Monet-Goyon model K of 1929. This is a 500cc IOE of MAG. Motorcycle was in restoration, engine, gearbox, magneto, carburetor, brakes, ... are completely overhauled. While building/finishing of the vehicle is the owner deceased. Motorcycle is finished by his friend. Bike needs a good check up. This is the first model with a short frame. No saddle tank but 2 separate gas tanks which are connected by a strip at the top to each other. This model was also available with a flat tank. So easy to convert into a real flattanker.

Bonneville Salt Flats Speed Week

2014

From August 9 to August 15 HD-Classic will be present in USA at the Bonneville Speed ​​Week. This is the speed race on the salt flats of America.
I will be the first Belgian to go racing there!
I go there with the oldest motorcycle racing (1904) ever driven in Bonneville!
I go there to race with the oldest driving BMW racer (1926) with history!
The full story can be followed on my Facebook already nice walk in the fog by very amateurish behavior of one of the major players in the field of transportation.
We will be present with
- Peugeot model D racer 1904
- FN 4 cylinder 1910
- BMW R47 racer (ex Paul Greifzu) 1926

Harley-Davidson WLA

1942

American Harley-Davidson type WLA. This is a 750cc side valve V-twin of WWII. Motorcycle is complete (not in picture) with saddlebags and gun holder and many new parts such as bolts and nuts. Engine and gearbox are complete but unrestored.

F.N. M90

1936

Belgian FN made in Germany under the name BAM. This is the model M90 a heavy 500cc side valve. Ideal for touring or sidecar use.
Fn sold many motorcycles to Germany but when Hitler was elected he made a law in 1933, all motorcycles sold in Germany need to be made in Germany, they have solved this by starting a business in Germany. This was BAM (Berliner-Aachner-motorwerke). Berlin was an administrative building in Aachen was the assembly. Parts were imported and there assembled, this model was later adapted with local parts, this model in detail was quite different from the Belgian model.
This vehicle is an old restoration that needs to be restarted. This is a rare model, since there are only 56 pieces made in 1936. All German parts are included, such as: side cover with BAM instead FN, special wheels and brakes, special handlebar, other operating manetten with German text, ...
This motorcycle is also for sale with a large Belgian sidecar same period.
Price solo: 7250 euros.
With Belgian sidecar: 9500 euro.

Lambretta C

1951

Italian Lambretta early model C. This is a 125cc 1951 in completely original condition. Everything in working condition but needs some TLC.

Ariël Red Hunter 500 Racer

1936

Nice race project of a English Ariel Red Hunter 500cc OHV. Early model with open valves. This is a very rare version, there are only seven pieces made with a bronze cylinder head. This head also has the very big race valves (50mm)
Race adjustments:
- Bronze cylinder head
- Large valves
- Chrome fork
- Close ration gearbox
- Everything is drilled
- BTH race magnet
- High compression piston

Saroléa 23S

1928

Belgian Saroléa 23S. This is a 500cc OHV Super Sport 1928. Last year of the Flattankers but best year if you really want to drive. Motorcycle is larger than the previous models by the wider fenders and larger (wider) fuel tank, but also better because this model is the first model with big brakes. This 500cc OHV Super Sport is a fast motor, but can also stop by the brakes in an acceptable manner which can not be said of the older models.
This engine is technically fully restored by Jean-Francois Perot of "Mecasoud" (specialist Saroléa) and painted by a specialist painter Jean-Michel Spies of" A la Belle Epoque". No expense was spared in this restoration. Motorcycle has yet to be started and run in.

MGC N3

1931

In 1928 started Marcel Guiguet and his brother Joseph in France the MGC Motorcycle factory.The first prototype was already equipped with the cast 'Alpax' frame . Upper part of the frame was also the frame with internal petrol tank baseplate was the oil tank. This was for 1928 very revolutionary because you should not forget that the first that this Alu frame repeated was Suzuki GSXR 750 in 1985!!!
These motorcycles were available with MAG, JAP and French Chaise engines with 250cc, 350cc and 500cc. The casting techniques in early 1930 were not yet of such a high quality so that there are many problems arose. Cracks appear In the petrol tank with leakage as a result. Begin 1930 there are not manny companies that could weld Alu very good. As a result, there are many of these motorcycles disappeared. What makes that MGC now a very rare appearance.
This was resolved with by Marcel Guiguet & Co (MGC) by a reinforced model in 1931. The model N3.
Approximately 75% of the MGC motorcycles were equipped with a Brampton fork and a 3 speed Burman gearbox. On request you could build in with other models.
In 1934 the sale ran back and they have a 600cc 4 cylinder released for the army. They stopped in 1938 because the war was in the pipeline. After the war, the construction of motorcycles was no longer a priority.
This Frame comes from the contents of the old factory. The original labels still hang on some parts.
Price is without frontfork and wheels.

Saroléa A4 estafette

1951

Beautiful but unfinished restoration of a Belgian Saroléa 400cc side valve.
Motorcycle has been restored 5 years ago, but never ridden. Reason for this is that the exhaust has been lost. Due to another restoration this project is never finished. Engine starts well everything is done just buy a muffler and assemble.

Moto Guzzi Trialce

1940

Moto Guzzi Trialce. This is a 500cc IOE three wheeler for the army.
The Triporteur based on Alce name was "motocarro Leggere Trialce". It was a much lighter machine than the "citizen" triporteurs ER and Typo U. The base was probably at the Moto Guzzi Mototriciclo 32, which had been built in the thirties as military Triporteur. The Trialce was even so light that he was available in a split version, which could be dropped by parachute into two parts. Therefore, this version also provided with a center stand, in order to rest the front part on the central stand and the front wheel and the rear portion still had to be mounted. The payload was 400 kg.
This very rare army carrying is almost never for sale. This motorcycle is just missing the wooden box for the rest complete and in good original condition. Engine has good compression and the gears can be taken.

Harley-Davidson 35R

1935

Harley-Davidson model 35D. This is a 45ci or 750cc V-twin side valve of 1935. Lovely base for restoration.

Goulding sidecar LS29

1935

Goulding sidecar model LS. This is Litecar Sidecar made for 45Ci or 750cc and more. This model is made from 1929 to 1952. Was built on many different brands but this was originally delivered in 1935 for Harley-Davidson (see ID tag).

Harley-Davidson 33VLE

1933

Of the 1987 movie "The Untouchables" Speed ​​and reliability have been appreciated by motorcyclists on both sides of the law, so it was logical that the American police soon after the new 1200cc side valve Harley-Davidsons purchased for patrol work. This particular VLE police motorcycle has an interesting history. New this bike was sold to the Chicago police. After years of active duty, this bike was purchased and restored like new by Wayne Pierce (Harley dealership). This restoration was finished just in time to play in the 1987 Oscar-winning Kevin Costner gangster movie "The Untouchables."
Wayne "Pappy" Pierce was a Harley dealership started in 1957. Outside of his business, he was also a sucesvolle racer with more than 250 trophies on his record. His children later took over the business and he was mainly concerned with his motorcycle museum where this bike was inside. After his death in 2008 his collection was sold in 2014.
This Harley is in good running condition. All police attributes are present as the red light, police odometer with twin needle, pump, first aid kit, copper fire extinguisher, billy club, poster of the film and the original jacket Wayne Pierce got the recordings as appreciation for the provision of the motorcycle during the recordings in Chicago.
This model is rare because after the Wall Street Crach in America, 1933 was the year with the lowest sales figures since 1910-11. Harley also stepped down from his standard olive-green color because Indian was now owned by paint manufacturer "Du Pond" and Indian was now available in many color variations. Harley's were now available in 5 different color motifs and in 1933 only with the art deco bird motif on the tank. The VLE is a high-compression engine with magnesium-aluminum pistons. The top speed is over 100miles/h (160km/h)

Horex Regina

1952

German Horex Regina 350cc OHV of 1952. Nice base for restoration or as a donor.

Indian 741B

1940

American Indian of World War II ones restored in civilian but was never finished. Very nice base to finish, all original even original headlight!

NSU 502/T

1927

German NSU model 502. This is a 500cc IOE of 1927. Last year NSU made a V-twin and the first and only year that this V-twins had a front brake. Nice older restoration, motorcycle starts and drives well.

Emblem Little Giant Twin

1917

William G. Schack started to make bicycles in late 1800. In 1904 his firm goes to Angola, Erie County New York. From 1907 they built their first motorcycle with a Thor engine. Since 1912 they build their own 1200cc V-twin motorcycle. In 1917, they presented a new model with a 680cc V-twin, the Little Giant Twin. The same year the company stopped after producing 200 of these Little Giant Twins.
The Emblem model presented here is a Little Giant Twin 680cc IOE with the original side-car. This model was available in belt drive or as this model with chain drive and 3 gears. Motorcycle is complete and there is a 2nd incomplete engine and some small parts. Very rarely, this model is offered for sale!

Gillet Tour du Monde

1929

Belgian Gillet Tour du Monde. This is a 350cc 2 stroke with rotary inlet. Gillet started in 1919 with the construction of motorcycles and specialized in two stroke engines. This model got its name because Robert Sexé and Andrieu made a trip around the world (Tour du Monde) on June 13, 1926 they started the trip, six months later and after 22.000km they arrived back without major problems.
This motorcycle (Sold to Van Ginderen in Antwerp 12/23/1930) is the 2nd model and comes out of the barn, completely original with original license plates, taxplaatje, insurance papers, ... Rarely you find a '20 bike in this original condition.

Husqvarna 500

1930

Swedish Husqvarna 500cc side valve of 1930. Heavy one cylinder with beautiful Sturmey-Archer engine. Gear lever passes through the tank. This is an unfinished restoration.

Onbekend - Unknown Connaught 1915-1922?

Rolling frame of a early motorcycle with belt drive.
Wanted information, who can identify this?

Peugeot P108L

1930

Peugeot stopped in 1925 the production of a 250cc (2 stroke). In 1928 they came up with a new 250cc model but now a 4 stroke side valve. This was an immediate success due by winning a lot of big races: Bol d'Or race, Paris-Nice, Paris-Les Pyrenees-Paris, ...
This motorcycle is a luxury version with chrome fenders and tank. Engine is working and you can take the gears. Need some TLC.

Gillet SS/racer

1929

Belgian Gillet 500cc OHV of 1929. This motorcycle is in racing version with AMAC racing carburettor with double float chamber and this motorcycle comes with a extra racing gearbox sprocket in NOS condition. Take a look at the 2 scoops that are on the main shaft !!! Engine has compression and is complete. This engine is also in very good condition and not broken and welded in the usual places. The chassis is almost completely missing just what small parts. Very good base for restoration.

FN M13

1949

Beautiful original civilian FN Model M13. This is a 450cc side valve of 1949. Bike has optional FN passenger seat when the passenger seat is mounted on stretchers and rare luggage rack FN.

BSA C10 Standard

1939

BSA 250cc side valve of 1939. This is an older restoration. Motorcycle is in running condition.

Triumph 3HW

1942

English Triumph of WWII, model 3HW. This is a 350cc OHV 1942. One of the latest engines overhauled by Léon Liekens, famous Belgian motorcycle dealer and former racer who is deceased a few years ago. With this motorcycle is a 2nd motor where a 500cc cylinder is build on by Léon Liekens. Saddlebags and saddlebag racks are NOS! Motorcycle must be finished.

Harley-Davidson 42WLA

1944

American Harley-Davidson model WLA of WWII. This is a 750cc side valve V-Twin 1944. Motorcycle was found last year in a shed. Previous owner has cleaned up the bike a little but otherwise did nothing. Some parts are missing, such as exhaust and some small parts.

Socovel 200

1956

Socovel stands for SOciété pour l'étude et la COnstruction de Vehicules Electriques (Company for research and manufacture of electric vehicles). The company name was Ets. Socovel, Bruxelles. Founded in 1938 and active until 1956 After the spare parts used until 1960 for the fabrication of karts under the name Socovel-Kart. Socovel was the only motorcycle company that still could make (electric) motorcycles for the retail market during the war under the rule of the Germans. They were allowed to make 500 bikes and this is the reason that one can find with an equal number. If one was almost to the production of number 500 they double the previous numbers used to circumvent the German license
. This Belgian Socovel is of the latter type, and is probably from 1955 or 1956 Motorcycle is in original paint and very good condition. The engine is an English type Villiers 8E.

Saroléa 23T long distance racer

1928

Tourist version of a Belgian Saroléa model 23T. This is a 500cc side valve of 1928 with matching numbers. The last year that Saroléa has built a flat tanker and the first year with a solid big front brake.
This bike has been completely overhauled in detail. Everything has been redone, engine, transmission, carburetor, magneto/dynamo, axles, brakes, ...
Motorcycle features very many original attributes. Before the war there were many long distance races. This bike is built as it would have looked in 1928 during these races.
Motorcycle has rode on the circuit Linas-Montlhery at the event Vintage revival Montlhery 2015.

Peugeot Type D

1904

French Peugeot 330cc model 'D' of 1904. Originally this engine (see last picture) has a automatic (atmospheric) inlet valve. This was easy and cheap to make, but very inaccurate. As the piston goes down and the pressure makes it pulls the intake valve open and sucks his mixture inside. When the piston upwards again, this pushes the inlet valve closed.
One could then buy a piece of construction in option, designed for racing. This building is a lot bigger side cover with extra cam, a push and a rocker to open the valve, a real OHV inlet.
Furthermore, this motorcycle has the narrow Peugeot racing handlebar and the light-round race tank and reinforced racing fork.
It is completely disassembled and ready to race by Marc Goes of "SOS motorcycle parts" in Mechelen (B). Starts and drives perfect.
Last year this bike gone to Bonneville to race during Speed Week at the salt flats but this race was canceled due to flooding. Then this motorcycle is exhibited in Monterey/Pebble Beach at the event at The Quail and Concours d'LeMons where Jay Lenno was special long come to view these motorcycles.
05/10/2015 First price for most original bike at Vintage revival Montlhery.

Harley-Davidson 24JE

1924

American Harley-Davidson Model J. This is a 1000cc model J, but the E stands for Electrical equipment model. This model has ignition key and electric lighting. This is a rare implementation. Motorcycle has been completely restored and starts and runs well.

Excelsior Manxman racer 250

1936

Denis Parkinson was the factory racer of Excelsior. In 1936 he won the Manx Grand Prix TT Isle of Man with this model. Denis Parkinson had three of these bikes available. This is one of these 3 motorcycles. It is not known whether this is the training motorcycle or those he has won it. What is certain is that this is probably the last one left. Everything about this bike is different from the regular road version. Motorcycle start well and is very fast. Engine number: BR BR100 engine

F.N. M67 racer

1930

Belgian FN Model M67 racer. This is a 500cc OHV 1930 in race performance. This motorcycle also has the big race FN tank for long distance race. This model of tank is also shown in a photo in the FN book page 91. Motorcycle is in good running condition. Need some TLC. In September this bike has rode in Austria in the "Hand shifter run". A mountain ride across the Timmelsjoch high alpine pass to Italy at 2509 meters altitude.

Triumph T20 Tiger Cub

1955

English Triumph model Tiger Cub T20. This is a 200cc OHV from 1955. Rare early model with plunger suspension. This is an older unfinished restoration. Engine has good compression and you can take the gears.

Terrot HSST

1931

Original French Terrot model HSST. This is a 350cc OHV of 1931. In 1931 had these motorcycles still the old Druid fork with the springs aside but the valves of the engine were encapsulated half. Engine starts and runs well. The fins on the silencers had been cut ones but there is already one original with the bike. These are also new for sale.

Gillet Tour du Monde

1932

Beautiful Belgian Gillet model Tour Du Monde. This is a 350cc 2 stroke of 1932. These bikes were known for their simple mechanics and robustness. These motorbikes asked very little maintenance and were very reliable. Motorcycle is stored in running condition +/- 8 years ago.

FN M70 -Sahara

1926

First model of a Belgian FN M70-Sahara. This motorcycle is 100% original and 100% complete with the special exhaust as option (check parts list FN). This motorcycle also has the rare FN license plate on the front fender. These plates were put at FN factory on the bike. Motorcycle starts and drives well but need some TLC.

Harley-Davidson 22WF

1922

In 1919, Harley came up with a new 600cc sports model. This was an unusual boxer in place of a 1-cylinder or V-twin. The model was only 4 years made until 1923 and there are only 388 made. What makes that this is a rare model. Only in 1922 -1923 was this model available in Brewster Green like this one.
This 600cc sport is a perfect restoration in the original Brewster Green for 1922. This motorcycle has complete electrical equipment which was available as an option. The carburetor is the original and is a NOS (New Old Stock) with the original rare air filter with choke valve.

La Mondiale Super Sport

1929

Belgian La Mondiale Supersport 500cc OHV model 1929.

BSA M22 - Sport

1938

In 1937 Val Page starts to work for BSA. He brings big changes with a new model line. Frame is adjusted, oil storage sump now goes to a separate container, the magdynamo moves from in front of the cylinder to the back of the cylinder and overhead valve system is enclosed to wear. In the range of 500cc OHV, type M, there are 3. The M22: Sport, M23: Empire Star and M24: Goldstar. This M22 is a sporty model, in 3 years of existing of this model only 400 pieces are constructed. This makes this a rare model that is not much for sale.

Reading-Standard 1200cc

1919

From 1903 to 1923, Reading-Standard is one of the major motorcycle manufacturers in America. This is a 1200cc V-twin side valve of 1919. Previous owner had started the restoration and has many small parts such as screws and bolts made new. Because he died it is now for sale again. Motorcycle is loosely put together to see whether everything is there and if it fits. After initial checks show it to be as good as complete. There is a box with engine parts and other small parts that are not on the pictures.
Unique opportunity to own a rare pre 1920 big American motorbike!

Alcyon Supersport

1929

Rare French Alcyon model Supersport "Champion de France" of 1929. This is a 350cc OHV Zurcher engine with dual exhaust. Very sporty and fast bike in original unrestored condition. Engine and gearbox are loose.

BSA W32-6

1932

BSA W32-6 model. This is a 500cc side valve of 1932. Motorcycle is in original unrestored condition. Engine has compression and you can take the gears (original 4 speed gearbox!). Motorcycle was half dismantled for restoration but is still in original paint. Included is a box with some small parts, bolts and nuts. Missing parts are brackets odometer and footrests, for the rest, this bike looks completely to me.

Harley-Davidson WLA type VII

1944

Perfect base for restoration, already partially restored. Frame, fork, wheels, axles, brakes have been fully restored to perfect condition. New tires and many other new components such as wiring harness, oil lines, odometer and cable. Spokes of wheels and springs of forks are blackened as original. Engine and gearbox are complete but still not revised.

Saroléa 32R - racing

1932

Saroléa 32R (Racer)
1932
500cc
Production number: 70 items | 35th built in 1932
Original paint
complete history
original licenseplate
original taxdocumentje
original board tools
original carburetor according to sales documents
original magenta according to sales documents
original.... Sold 14/04/1932 at Saroléa agent Delmelle in Ohey (B).
After race period of 2 years sold to Ramelot at Huy (Walonie)
Driven until 1955 then stood until 1980.
1980 engine overhauled with original spare parts 32R.
1980-1985 only 5000 km driven which 2x to southern France.
Monday 08/03/2010 after 30 years and having washed back sun; o))
Recent years repeatedly used without problems time and rides in Monthlery (FR) on the racetrack.

Harley-Davidson 19-J

1919

Harley-Davidson model 1919. This is a 1000cc V-twin IOE.
This motorcycle has always ridden much and had to be sold due to old age and illness of the previous owner. There are some changes / improvements made ​​to this motorcycle for safely riding. The saddle is a larger later Harley model for better seating comfort, the outlet is provided with a later model Harley, the rear brake which normally is a band brake is replaced by a drum brake. All these changes have been done without damaging the motorcycle and can easily be built back.
The gearbox is also original to 1919 and at the A after the number you can see that it is already the new improved version.
This is a perfect touring motorcycle.

Harley-Davidson 29JD - Racer

1929

Hillclimb, dirt track, grass track racer
29JD Harley racer. This is a 1200cc IOE but with some rare race options. If you wanted to race in 1929, you could race with an 8-valve but they were not for sale, only for factory racers. The 2nd option was to buy a very expensive JDH (two-cam), or they bought a cheaper JD and bought the racing options at. This is such a racing project.
Special to this motorcycle:
- Engine has the higher compression cylinders of a JDH but a special edition! Namely, the Chicago race cylinders. In this rare cylinders is the spark plug in a different place. This is located in the combustion chamber for a better performance. The Chicago race cylinders are first used in 1915 made especially for the races in Chicago.
- Furthermore, this also has the stronger race fork. The rear leg of the fork is not tubular but I-beam as in the later VL models.
- Also with this motorcycle are the Peashooter tanks, they were much smaller and were used by the racers.
- On the fork you see the special race damper as seen on the original photo's.
Engine and gearbox is completely overhauled in Sweden but motorcycle is not yet finished.

Indian Scout

1927

Original and unrestored Indian Scout of 1927. This is a 600cc (37Ci) V-twin sv. Rarely these motorcycles are available in this original condition. Good to give some technical revision and let the bike in original condition. Carburettor is supplied, is not in the picture.
Missing parts: headlight, rear light, horn, exhaust and some nuts and bolts.

Harley-Davidson 67MS

1967

In 1960, Harley-Davidson bought 50% of the shares of the Italian Aermacchi. This is to also offer the lighter segment of mopeds and motorcycles. In 1972 they buy full on the company to be sold to the Cagiva than in 1975. The models were called Aermacchi-Harley-Davidson but the models for the US market just stayed Harley-Davidson.
This 65 cc is such an American model, to see the name in motor and rubbers, the miles counter and the fuel cap with mixing ratio in gallons. This model is a 67MS- Sports Leggero with a 65cc 2 stroke engine in completely original condition with only 1490 miles (2400km +/-). In perfect running condition.

Indian 101 Scout

1928

American Indian 101 Scout. This is a 750cc (45ci) V-twin. First year with front brake but still the nice flat tanker. Lovely base for restoration.

Automoto A-9 standard

1929

French Automoto 350cc side valve of 1929. This is a beautiful but unfinished restoration. Missing parts are primary chain guard , alternator, exhaust and fuel cap. This is a standard model with the facility to build in the speedo and amp-meter in the tank. The deluxe model had all the gauges in the tank.

Automoto AD125

1949

For restoring a French Auto Moto model AD125 from 1949. This is a 125cc 2 stroke with three gears on the tank. Engine is a French Aubier & Dunne.

Harley-Davidson Bobber

1942

Harley-Davidson. This is a 750cc V-twin side valve. Structured as bobber/racer. Chassis has been completely restored and in perfect condition. Front wheels has brake with dual cam. Petrol tank of a Harley racer WR (narrow tanks). Additional fork race dampers, ... Engine and gearbox are complete but still need to be overhauled. Cabling must also be submitted.

Monet & Goyon model Z - Grand Prix

1928

In 1924 Monet Goyon starts with a new sporty model with a 175cc 2 stroke engine, model 'Z' Equipped with a sporty British 2 stroke Villiers engine with dual exhaust. After many successes in 1925, this model features the 'Super Sports Brookland TT' Villiers engine (this engine has broken many records in the Brookland circuit). This is the fastest Villiers engine ever made.
With this bike they were 4 times champion of France (1924,25,26,27), they won 3 x Grand Prix de France (1924, 25, 27, 29), 4 x first place on the Mont Ventoux (1924, 25, 28, 29) nor less than 20 world records (1924, 25, 29)! All this mainly won by the factory riders Louis Janin, Albert SOURDOT, HOMMAIRE and GAUSSORGUES.

This bike is the latest model in the series for 1928 with new engine with detachable cylinder head and oil tank with oilpump specially built for racing. This is the model 'Z - Grand Prix'.
This bike is in original unrestored condition, engine has good compression and you can take the gears (3). Also note the original logo on the tank (Champion de France vitesse) following their 20 world records this emblem sported the 175cc sport models and also the big fasteners for the wheels.

Monet Goyon MC

1927

Older restoration but still beautiful French Monet Goyon model MC of 1927. This is a 350cc ioe engine MAG (Motosacoche). This flat tanker has the option the expensive double oil pump, open exhaust and wide handlebar. This is a fast sporty engine that is designed for racing. Motorcycle starts and drives well.

F.N. M13

1951

Nice base for a restoration of a Belgian FN Model M13 from 1951. This is a 450cc side valve with special stretcher suspension. This motorcycle comes from the reserves of the army. This is reflected in the mark behind the engine number "RA" this is: Reserve Armé. These bikes were stored in warehouses and had to drive 1 x around the barracks square every year to ensure that it could be used at all times.

Simpex Servi - Cycle

1953

In 1920 Paul Treen start a Harley dealership for 25 USD in New Orleans. Shortly after he had submitted a proposal at Harley to make a small motorcycle for the young starting motorcyclist. Harley had no interest. So Paul Treen started the development of a lightweight motorcycle. This 125cc came in 1935 on the market. From 1935 to 1941, this was a direct drive without clutch. From 1941 to 1953, this was a direct drive with clutch. From 1953 to 1960 this was a variable speed automatic with kickstarter. This Simplex Auto Cycle has served in an American air base in Germany.
Good basis for restoration.

Gillet 500SS

1929

Gillet 500 Supersport of 1929. This motorcycle is delivered in France in 1929. Motorcycle is in running condition.

Norton M25 TT

1927

Extremely rare racer with racing history ex Rupert Karner (Austria)! Model 18 was the fastest 500cc Norton OHV motorcycle. This model was nicknamed "Speedy" with its top speed of around 160 km/h! But after following the successes in the Isle of Man it has released the racing model to the public. Stanley Woods won in 1926 IOM TT with more than 4.5 minutes ahead of the 2nd Walter Handley at Rex-Acme. This was the model 25. In contrast to model 18 is that it has a dry sump (other crankcase with return pump for the oil), has a larger fuel tank, the heavy weight TT Webbs front fork, the 8-inch Enfield race brakes, narrow race mudguards , big wheels, big filler cap on the tank, tap on top of tank wich could be turned open to facilitate fast filling, additional oil container just for chain lubrication, foot pedal connected to a manual pump to put extra oil in the engine while driving, George Dance knee rubbers on the tank, internally had this steel flywheels of the real racers, not cast iron, ... Anything special for racing. This motorcycle has been professionally restored in Germany and is regularly used in racing and mountain running. This racer was sold in 1927 to Rupert Karner who has raced in Austria. After that has been in some big collections but also exhibited in Vienna's Technical Museum in 2001-2001 for the exhibition "Sieger types Rennmotorräder 1920-1940" Starts and runs perfectly and is incredibly fast.

fn 285

1914

Belgian FN 1 cylinder SV 285cc with optional kick starter and 2 gears. Start and drive.

Gillet Superconfort

1947

Very beautiful and 100% original Belgian Gillet model Superconfort. This is a 250cc 2 stroke of 1947. In running condition.

Solex 5000

1973

French Solex model 5000. This is with the engine of 3800, but with modified frame and small wheels (16 "). This is a roller drive with 49cc engine.

Solex 3800

1966

French Solex Model 3800 from 1970. Pretty complete, comes straight out of the barn and must be restarted. This is a 49cc with roller drive. Has all the tools in the toolbox and with nice saddlebags.

harley-Davidson 42WLA

1944

Very nice American Harley-Davidson model WLA. This is a 750cc V-twin side valve of 1944.
New: saddlebags and gunscabbart
. Original: all the rest !!!
Most in original paint.
Outside the gunscabbart and saddlebags is everything else on this motorcycle original, no repro bolt or nut. also the saddle and the speedo is original !!!
Very rare to find even in this condition.
Wiring Harness must still be placed (is there) and then restart.

Gillet Supersport 500

1934

Belgian Gillet model Supersport 1934. This is a sporty 500cc OHV which was bought on 08.26.1934 by "Office Général de l'air" in Paris.
Motorcycle is pretty original, missing parts are magneto, carburetor, chain guard, exhaust and some nuts and bolts.

BMW R67

1951

BMW R51/2

1950

Solex 3800

1970

French Solex Model 3800 from 1970. Pretty complete, comes straight out of the barn and must be restarted. This is a 49cc with roller drive.

BMW R63

1929

Rare German BMW R63 750cc OHV. There are only 794 pieces of this model made in 1928-1929. This is a completely original motorcycle professionally restored home in Germany. Hereafter is regularly used. Start and drive well and is incredibly fast! Top speed is about 160km / h !!.
ID tag on frame, engine number and frame number are original and correspond.
There are some modifications over the years made this motorcycle. So he got a rotary hand trottle in 1930 and the two carburetors of the following model R16. Originally this motorcycle has 26Hp but this adaptation bring this to about 34Hp. Furthermore, this motorcycle has nice features like the original expensive speedometer with RPM meter, Mora steering damper, front fork damper, racing exhaust pipes, close ration gearing that is ideal for racing or riding sports.
Starts and runs very well and is incredibly quick and sharp.

Monet & Goyon R4

1946

This is a ALS3 made in 1946. After the war, this model was named R4.
Monet Goyon made their LS model different versions in different CCs. This is a 250cc OHV but that version of the Sport. Designed for commuting during the week and on weekends to go racing. Differences with the standard version are: valves with hairpin springs instead of regular, double oil pump for better lubrication, 4 feet gears instead of three tank circuit, fast-fill cap on the tank ...
Rare rapid implementation in original paint.

Monet & Goyon LS4S - Sport Luxe

1934

Monet Goyon made their LS model different versions in different CCs. This is a 350cc OHV but Sport/Luxury version. Designed for commuting during the week and on weekends to go racing. Differences with the standard version are: valves with hairpin springs instead of regular, dual exhaust, double oil pump for better lubrication, 4 feet gears instead of 3 gears hand shifter ...
Rare and rapid sports version.

G.E.M.

1903

G.E.M. (Georg E Mathiasen) is an early Danish 2 stroke engine of 100cc. This is an original design by Leon Cordonnier from Lille (France) made ​​there and sold under the name of Ixion. Due to the great success these blocks were made under license in various countries. Such as England, Germany (Komet) and Denmark (GEM). From this model, there are only a 10 bikes known to exist.
Engine is good and has already run.
Nice technique with surface carburettor and roller drive.
This is a unique opportunity to acquire an early 2 stroke because these models are rarely offered.

Harley-Davidson DL

1931

Older restoration of a Harley-Davidson model DL. This is a 750cc side valve but the high compression sport version of the normal D. Fast motorcycle ride is pleasant. Previous owner has driven it many years but due to old age, this bike was staled a few years. Nice option is the Corbin speedo.

Gillet 500 Coupe de France

1936

The ultimate barn find, from first owner. First daylight after 40 years of storage in a barn.
Gillet 500 Coupe de France 1936.
Newly purchased by Mr. Gaillard Saint-Etienne (France) By Gillet dealer "Central Motos - G. Blanchard" from Saint-Etienne on 08/12/1936. On 6 November, three months after the purchase, Mr. Gaillard need to give his motorcycle to the French government to support the army following the Second World War. During the war, doing Gillet service with 13 artillery regiment. On 20 March 1946 Mr. Gaillard gets his bike back from the French Government. This is used for several years and after purchasing a car, this ended up in the barn.
With:
- copy of original Bill of sale 12/08/1936.
- paper of the French government of 6/11/1936 that he has to give his bike to the army for the war.
- paper of French government of 20/03/1946 that he has received his bike back after the war.
Bike starts after first kick!
Missing part is 1 exhaust pot. The owner was thinking to restore this bike and he give 1 exhaust to a metal shop. Little later they closed the shop and the owner lost this part.
Complete original!!!!!!!

Victoria KR25HM Aero

1952

Older restoration of a German Victory HM KR25 Aero. This is a 250cc 2 stroke of 1952. Motorcycle is stored in running condition +/- 8 years ago.

Motobécane MB1

1925

Motobécane model MB1. This is a French 175cc 2 stroke 1925 with belt drive.

Royal Enfield Flying Flea RE125

1949

Rolling frame of an English Royal Enfield 125cc model Flying Flea 1949.
This model is the result of demand from the Dutch importer of DKW to copy the best-selling model this was the DKW RT98. This model has a larger engine capacity after a nearly identical copy. Of this there is also a military version made which was dropped into a cage with a parachute during WWII.

Monet Goyon MG24 AS - racer

1929

French Monet Goyon model MG24 type AS. This is the racing version of the ordinary MG24. In 1928 MG has released this model to race. Adjustments include: TT exhausts, fuel tanks in two halves, different wheels, quick release wheels for quick changeover, despite a 2 stroke still an extra hand pump to spray oil directly into the cylinder at high performance, Villiers race carb, ...
Engine, transmission, carburetor and ignition have been completely overhauled. Motorcycle starts and drive good. This bike is sold with a spare engine.

Moto Morini Corsaro

1959

Completely original and never restored Italian Moto Morini model Corsaro. This is a 125cc OHV of 1959. This is the first year that this model was released. Motorcycle is in very nice condition and starts and drives well, need only a small maintenance.

Monet & Goyon RS

1925

Nice base for restoration of a French Monet & Goyon of 1925. This is a two-stroke 250cc Villiers engine. This model is only two years made in 1925 and 1926. This has the luxury fork with compensation springs at the top.

Puch 200

1938

Rare prewar Puch 200cc. This is a double-piston engine.
Engine has compression and you can take the gears. Because of long storage, this bike need some TLC.

Terrot LSC -2CV Sport Confort

1928

Very beautiful and original unrestored French Terrot model LSC. This is a 175cc 2 stroke of1928 model Sport - confort. This is the engine with dual exhaust and dual rear brakes. Motorcycle is incredibly beautiful and original condition. All decals and striping are still nice.
Motorcycle has many extras such as: oil reserve tank, leg screens, mirror, horn, key's to toolbox and the original tools are still in there.

Ronsonnette VAP

1951

This French moped was manufactured by Cycles Rhonson in Lyon. The engine is a 48cc ABG VAP 1951.

Velocette MAC

1953

Perfect running and beautifully restored English Velocette model MAC. This is a 350cc OHV 1953.

Zundapp K500

1937

Taurus

1937

Taurus in 1908 started the production of Cycling in Italy. In 1933 they also started the production of light motorcycles. 175cc mainly because needed for this one had no driver's license and insurance and taxes were very low. This benefit expired in 1934 and in that year Taurus brings a 250cc model. This model was designed by engineer Vittorio Guerzoni which was stopped by poor sales of its own brand motorcycle Mignon. Hence the MG mark on the crankcase.
This bike is in original paint and is the sport version with special racing wheel. Engine and gearbox need a check up. Very rare and beautiful sport / racing performance bike.

PAV 41

1972

Original Pav trailer model 41 of 1972. In very good condition and with original key, towbar and registration.

NSU 251 OSL

1938

Very beautiful German NSU model 251 OSL from 1938. This is a 250cc OHV 4-foot gears. This is the first year that the valves are no longer free. Motorcycle is in very good condition and there was last drove it in 2011.

Vespa ACMA 125

1957

Vespa scooter 125cc from 1957 with Belgian Precision sidecar and Pav 41 trailer.
Scooter with original paper and comes from first owner. Nowhere corroded and engine has good compression.
Sidecar is a rare scooter sidecar made in Belgium. This is a license build from the German Stoye sidecars.
Pav 41 Trayler is in perfect condition with towing bars and original papers.
This combination of scooter with sidecar and trailer is very rare.

Peugeot 350 MC

1919

Very nice and completely original French Peugeot model 350 CM. This is a 350cc V-twin with two gears of 1919. This is the first model with a gearbox. Also, this is the first heavier model in construction. Starting to look like a motorcycle instead of a bicycle with a engine in it like the previous years. Through the gears, clutch and heavier construction, this is a perfect bike to ride.
This bike looks back sunlight for the first time after more than 70 years to be stored in a garage. Everything is original and complete. Everything is in very good condition. The toolbox on the rear fender is also original as supplied by Peugeot. Engine has compression and gears are working. Kickstarter needs some review.
This is a unique opportunity to obtain a 100% original pre 1920 motorcycle. Rarely such an old motorcycles are offered in this state!

F.N. M22 Standard

1953

Beautiful and completely unrestored original FN model M22. This is a 175cc from 1953. In 1953 FN comes with a new 175cc with a engine on the principle Küchen. This is an engine with dual piston and one combustion chamber. This model is made until 1961. Engine has compression and you can take the gears. Nice base to start right back.

Puch SV175

1957

Beautiful Puch SV175 of 1957. This is a 175cc 2 stroke with double piston. SV stands for schwingarm Volnaben bremzen. This bike is pretty complete and original, engine is loose and has good compression and gearbox is working.

New Map S100

1947

Unfinished older restoration of a French New Map model Sport. This is a 108cc OHV AMC engine of 1947. Rare early version with tank shifter. The exhaust was an original option on the sport models.

Harley-Davidson JD

1928

This is an older restoration of a Harley model JD. This is a 1200cc IOE of 1928. Motocycle has had a full technical restoration in late 2011 and now in perfect driving condition. 1st owner:?, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th owner known,6th owner Hans Devos.
Trips:
test rides end 2011 and beginning 2012: 800 km
10/03/2012: 250km
15/04/2012: 250 km
15/05/2012: 110km
17/05/2012: 120km
18/05/2012: 14km
19/05/2012: 135km (Deurne fly in)
20/05/2012: 220km (rondrit Zelem)
...

Peugeot P110

1930

French Peugeot P110. This is a 220cc side valve block engine. Highly reliable model of Peugeot that was also available in 175cc (P109).
This bike comes straight from the barn and is 100% complete and still untouched. Very good basis for restoration, although it is better left as is and only undergo a technical overhaul. Engine is loose and you can take the gears. gears

Triumph D250 Luxe

1936

German Triumph model D250 Luxe. This is a rare 250cc 2 stroke of 1936. Although the German Triumph branch was already torn off in 1929 from England this still marked with Triumph and not TWN (Triumph Werke Nurnberg) as the German branch called since then.
This is also a rare model because it usually comes against the 200cc. This because before World War II there was no license required and no tax had to be paid on a 200cc motorcycle. Therefore, there are very few sold 250cc motorcycles. Why pay more for 50cc.
This Triumph is completely original and in good condition. During the war, this motorcycle was painted in military colors to serve in the war. Of these, the olive drab paint remnants are still visible.

Motosacoche 207 Super Sport TT Franconi

1926

In 1899 developed the brothers Dufaux in Geneva a small four-stroke engine that was incorporated into a compact subframe so could be hung in a bicycle. Hence the name Motosacoche or engine bag. This system was very successful and was sold in many countries. Later Motosacoche developed and build several types of engine called MAG (Motosacoche - Acasias - Geneva). In the 20s Francesco Franconi was a successful racer for Motosacoche. He self tune its engines and built it to real racers. This converted racers were so available at Motosacoche. Their standard model was a 250cc IOE. The Franconi was the same engine crankcase which was converted by Franconi to a full OHV. Because he used the IOE crankcase he under a special system in which the valve rockers crossed each other. Also thepuchrods have already compensation springs in order to prevent the floating of the valves at high speed and this is already in 1926 !. Of this model there are only 300 made and this fast flat tanker racer is extremely rare to find.
This bike is unrestored, untouched and completely original. Engine has compression and you can take the gears.

Peugeot Cyclo-moto CM1 Dame

1922

Rare early French Peugeot model Cyclo-Moto. This is a 110cc 2 stroke single speed with clutch and belt drive. Very nice engine with a crankshaft in the longitudinal direction. Engine was overhauled and rolling chassis must still be taken to task. Frame must be repaired at the bottom left.

Monet Goyon LS4S - Supersport

1935

Beautiful French Monet Goyon model LS4S of 1935. This is a 350cc OHV racer. This bike has all the extras for racing: light weight frame, hairpin valve springs, double oil pump, dual exhaust, high compression piston, racing handlebar, reinforced racing tank, 4 foot gears instead of 3 hand gears,...
Motorcycle need some TLC.

La Mondiale Super Sport/ racer

1923

Very beautiful and rare Belgian La Mondiale 350cc OHV Super Sport.
This is probably the oldest known La Mondiale of type A.
Only 12-15 known to exist.
This motorcycle has a very rare early JAP engine with engine number SOC / U. The S stands for Special engine, O stands for OHV and C stands for sports engine. You can also see this in the special position (not parallel) of the tappets. U indicated by the year 1923. The gearbox is a Burman H numbering and this means that this is a racing gearbox (close ratio).
All in all a rare motorcycle with special engine and gearbox. This is one of the early factory racers? La Mondiale has a lot of racing and nice prizes, such as the Isle of Man TT and Francorchamps.
Is this the race bike of the factory racer Fondu?
This bike is in original paint and engine is rebuild.

NSU 501TS

1930

Beautiful restoration of a German NSU 500 TS of 1930. This is a heavy and solid toering motorcycle with a 500cc side valve engine. This bike has been fully restored and start and drive well but still needs a break-in period.

Zündapp K200

1933

Unfinished restoration project of a rare German Zündapp K200 from 1933. This is an early version with the solid frame for sidecar use. Its a 200cc two stroke engine with shaft drive. This project is not entirely complete but is a good basis for further restoration. Most missing parts are new for sale.

Flandria Consul

1963

Belgian Flandria Consul 50cc 2 stroke of 1963. Rarely you could find a Flandria such a condition! Never restored, only 1800 km driven and 100% complete and original.

NSU 501T

1929

NSU Model 501T from 1929. This is a heavy 500cc side valve.
Due to the success of D-Rad, NSU could not be left to build a heavy touring motorcycle. This was the 501T in 1927. This model was made until 1930, then got this model a saddle tank and became the model 501TS. In 1932 NSU merged with D-Rad.
This is a very nice restoration that starts and runs perfectly.


Ultima B350

1920

Ultima was one of the major French motorcycle brands. In 1920, Ultima came up with a top model on the market, the Model B. This was a 350cc side valve with removable cyiinderhead! It is one of the first motorcycles brands that this offered as standard. Most French (and other) motorcycle brands bought their parts and built a motorcycle they offered in their name. Ultima was special because they made everything themself also the carburetor and gearbox to
This motorcycle is 100% complete and in very good condition, largely in original paint and here and there some repainted. Engine has good compression and you cab take the gears. Small repair is needed to exhaust and front fender. This is a small restoration project, only technically.

Peugeot P107

1928

Older restoration of a French Peugeot model P107 of 1928. This is a 350cc side valve block engine. Very reliable model. Engine has compression and you can take the gears. Running when stored.

FN M13

1949

Belgian FN 350cc side valve 1949 in original paint. Nice base for a complete restoration or technical restoration in original paint.

FN M70A - Sahara

1927

Early model of a Belgian FN model M70A also known as the model Sahara because three Belgian military drove with this model in 1927 from Liege to the Sahara and back. To prove this as advertising for the soundness of this model.
This is a 350cc side-valve flat tanker. This bike has never been restored. Missing parts are the front pulley and brake. The clincher tires have been replaced by wire tires. The exhaust is an original option FN, just look at the FN book page 333.

Triumph 3TA

1962

This English Triumph model ' Twenty One ' 3TA was the first Triumph (in 1957) with a unit block (engine and gearbox stuck to each other). Twenty One stands for the American table measures 21 cubic inches (348cc) but also for the 21st anniversary of Triumph. This 3TA has the plating on the back and soon got the nickname 'Bathtub'. Most of these bikes are stripped of the plating which makes this implementation has become a much less current and now wanted model is.

Ner-a-car A

1921

American Ner-a-car model A. This is a 220cc two stroke with hub steering and variable friction drive.

Terrot F

1924

Older restoration but still very nice French Terrot model F. This is a 250cc 2stroke of 1924. Motorcycle is very nice original with carbide light, double brake, box for spare tube and tank for reserve oil.
Motorcycle is in running condition.

Smart 2HP

1922

Very nice French Smart 150cc 2 stroke with belt drive and 2 gears. This was the first French (Paris) motorcycle factory producing motorcycles on a large scale. With a production of 100 motorcycles a day. Despite the then mass production (?) This model is very rare. Especially in this completely original condition.
After the first world war was the complete motorcycle production almost nonexistent, the people had no money and had to rebuild their homes instead of buying a car or motorcycle. After the war, the French state provided a cost-effective system to possess a light motorcycle. As a result, in the 20s many French companies started construction of small motorcycle. This tax benefit was founded by France to give people the opportunity to inexpensively to drive to work. This Smart is a good example.
Nice about this model is the brass fuel tank, adjustable front suspension with wing nut, old Claudel carburetor, belt drive, rear brake, luggage rack serves as standard as with the pre-war models.
This must be a very early model for the frame number is 315 and this at a (mass) production of 100 motorcycles a day!

Onoto FC sport

1925

French Onoto type FC Sport. This is a 175cc 2 stroke of 1925 in original paint, still beautiful with the painted striping. The engine is a Moussard & Madoz with dual exhaust, this was a sport model. Early flat tanker with the first drum brakes. Have also a look at the position of the magneto, directly on the crankshaft.

Harley-Davidson WLC

1943

Restoration project of a Harley-Davidson model WLC. This is the military version for the Canadian army. This is a 750cc V-twin from 1943. Special on this motorcycle is that the MAC identification tag still exist. MAC (Manufacture d'armes the Châtellerault) is a French arms factory of the government which had to overhaul the US donated Harley's after the war to rebuild the country back. On this IDtag you can see that this bike is revised on August 15, 1945.
Not pictured are the front fender and some small parts.

L'Avenir 100

1954

L'avenir was a Belgian bicycle factory in the city Lier, from 1950 to 1971 they made small motorcycles with 98cc Sachs with gears.
This fully restored L'Avenir is in very good running condition This is a 98cc 2 stroke with 2 hand gears.

FN M22 De Luxe

1953

Belgian FN Model M22 of 1953. This is an early 2 stroke with a 175cc engine. Side cover right of the engine is missing. For the rest totally complete and original. Comes straight out of the barn.

Monet Goyon M11 BMA

1932

French Monet Goyon model M11. This is a 100cc Villiers engine with a (small) gearbox with two gears. Motorcycle is in beautiful and original condition.

Saroléa 38B

1938

Rare prewar Saroléa model B. This a 350cc OHV. First model with closed valves but still with webvork.
Motorcycle is completely original, complete and never restored. Beautiful details are the side stand and the spring pillion footrests.

Flandria Record 4

Belgian Flandria 50cc. In running condition but for restoration.

Gillet Estafette

1951

Belgian Gillet estafette 500cc side valve. This is a tough one cylinder that is indestructible. Beautifully restored with all the right parts like oil cap with G and Gillet speedo.

harley-Davidson WLD

1939

NO, THIS IS NOT A CONVETED WLA !!!! But a very rare (there are only 326 built) original 1939 civilian sports model. This is a 750cc side valve with extra high compression. This was the sports/racing version of the 750cc production. Special about this bike is that nearly everything is one year only. This makes this bike so rare and so difficult to have completely original.
What's different than a WLA:
- I beam fork - 2 bolt frame - 2 bolt gearbox (this one is NOS !!!) - High compression cylinder heads - Large Mainfold - Race carb - Special primary chain cover - Rectangular footboards - Flat olipomp - Special fenders - The luxe saddle - Front wheel brake is flat on the inside - Rear hub is a step hub - Rear brake is narrow - Petcock is the big brass one at the bottom of the tank - Speedo is black and no trip odometer - Speedo cover is V-shape - Generator has brass ID tag - Rearlicht without screws at the back - ...
This motorcycle is 100% original exept the rear fender, this is a very nice and good reproduction of the original is not distinguishable. Everything is correct and original on this bike from the glass of the headlight to the original tail light and everything in between. The gearbox is a NOS (New Old Stock), never run since 1939! Engine has good compression (cylinders 0.20) and you can take the gears.
This is not the bike for someone who just wants to have an old Harley this is a motorcycle for the purists who want to put the supposed Harley specialists in place with a "one year only" rare appearance where most people do not know exist.

Derny Motopratique Luxe

1955

Harley-Davidson F - racer

1923

Nice basis for restoration of a board track racer. This is a 1000cc IOE of 1923 model F. This model is identical to the more general model J with the exception that the ignition is running via a Magneto (Bosch). This one needs no battery to start what an ideal weight reduction was in racing. Normally a board track racer had no brakes because it was too dangerous on the banked race track, one could disturb a vehicle behind. But this bike has a double rear brake so that this bike also can race safely and in other race than on the banked circuit and during regular tours. All parts for restoration are very easy to buy, addresses of suppliers will be given to the sale.

Motobécane D45S

1954

Very nice French Motobécane model D45S. This is a 125cc 4 stroke SV 1954 with tank shifter. This bike is 100% original and in perfect condition. Has only 1880 km run since new! Original paint, original mint rubbers, original chrome in perfect condition, even the glass of the headlight is still the original with the Motobécane stamp. Starts and drives perfect.

Honda PS50

1970

Rare sports model of a Honda 50cc model PS50. This is a 50cc 4 stroke OHV engine and three-speed manual.
Engine has been completely overhauled and has been used many times for large tours.

Peugeot BVV

1960

Beautiful French Peugeot model BVV. This is a 50cc of 1960. Completely original and never restored. Also look at the beautiful mirror that was available as an option.

BMW R12

1940

Nicely restored German BMW model R12. This is a 750cc side valve with shaft drive and sidecar. Motorcycle is 99.5% original. New parts are: glass headlight, saddles, cover sidecar and saddlebags.

Terrot L

1925

French Terrot model L. This is an early 175cc 2 stroke with belt drive. Motorcycle is completely original and never restored.

FN M70

1930

Belgian FN model M70. This is a 350cc side valve of 1930. This bike comes straight from the barn after years of not being ridden. Beautiful original.
Missing parts: cover valve springs, chain guard and correct backlight (Bosch).

FN M70C

1930

Beautiful original Belgian FN model M70. This is a 350cc side valve of 1930. Motorcycle has never been restored and completely original engine has good compression and gears work. Engine starts well and runs well. Need some TLC.

Terrot EMS1

1957

Unrestored Terrot model EMS1 in running condition. This is a 125cc 4 stroke OHV of 1957. Very popular in France and therefore very easy to find parts. Everything is made aftermarket about this model. Sporty OHV who drives very well. This bike starts perfect but needs some TLC.

Terrot HTC

1926

French Terrot HTC in first paint. This is a flattanker with English JAP 350cc side valve engine. Motorcycle is completely disassembled and inspected in 2002. Motorcycle is in running condition but all must be checked again because she is already stopped during some years.

Peugeot P108L

1933

Older restoration of a French Peugeot model P108L. This is a 250cc side-valve. The L stands for Luxury and this is the model with the chrome fenders.
With this model Robert Pahin won, in the classe 250cc, in 1933 the Bol d'Or. He did 1.663 km with an average of 68 km/h. his brother Marcel repeated this in 1934 and 1935.
Motorcycle must be started up again but is in very good condition.

Indian Big Chief

1947

Unfinished restoration of a 74 inch Indian Chief (1200cc) of 1947. Engine is running just yet finishing the details.

Velocette MAC

1935

Unfinished restoration of an English Velocette model MAC. This is an early 350cc OHV from 1935. Motorcycle is in original paint and has matching numbers and the original registration certificate is with the motorcycle. Bike is now assembled to show that everything is complete. There are still some parts boxes in which already some new parts to restore this bike.

Velocette MAC - Speedway

1946

This motorcycle has been converted to take part in the race 1000m in Denmark. Velocette model MAC 350cc OHV from 1946. I have an original frame for sale for 950 euros.

Terrot HST

1930

French Terrot model HST. This is a 350cc side valve of 1930. Motorcycle is in perfect running condition and the last two years there have been very many tours driven. Fuel tank is original paint the rest is repainted. Everything has been overhauled from engine to carburettor and magneto.
Perfect motorcycle to ride smoothly tours.

D-Rad R9 serie 4

1929

German D-Rad Model R9 from 1929. This is a heavy 500cc side valve.
D-Rad came in 1925 with a large, heavy and reliable motorcycle on the market. This was the model R0/4. This model was so successful that one year later, 75% of new motorcycles sold in Germany was a D-Rad. This model has been improved several times until in 1928, this model came the R9. In 1928, 1 in 5 of the new sold motorcycles was a D-Rad. Another great success but sales were slightly swayed by the imitation of the competition that similar models released as NSU 501T. This model is the last of the leaf spring in the front fork and also the final year of a flat tanker because in 1929 this model received a saddle tank. In this model, the engine is tilted forward in the frame, it was better to absorb the vibrations.In 1932 merges D-rad with NSU
This bike is a perfect restoration that starts and runs well. But since this has not ridden for several years, she can use a good review.

Sopwith aviations ABC model TT

1919

Sopwith aviations was a UK aircraft manufacturer which started in 1914 with the construction of motorcycles under the ABC brand. In 1920, these motorcycles were also built under license in France at the Aircraft manufacturers Gnome & Rhone. This is an Early English ABC with a 400cc OHV boxer engine and leaf spring rear frame. Very nice technique that stands out the aircraft. The ABC is the rare TT version with the wide racing handlebar and a slightly faster engine. Bike is in good running condition.

Monet & Goyon ZS (Champion de France)

1924

In 1924 Monet Goyon start a new sporty model with a 175cc 2 stroke, the model Z. Equipped with a sporty English 2 stroke Villiers engine with dual exhaust .
After many successes this model become in 1925 equipped with the 'Super Sports TT' engine and later, after successes by the English at the Brookland circuit with 'Brookland TT' Villiers engine. This is the fastest Villiers engine ever made .
With this they were 4 x Champion of France ( 1924,25,26,27 ) , they won 3 x Grand Prix de France (1924 , 25 , 27 , 29 ) , 4 x first place on the Mont Ventoux (1924 , 25, 28 29 ) and no less than 20 world records (1924 , 25 , 29 ) ! All substantially won by the factory riders JANIN Louis , Albert SOURDOT , HOMMAIRE and GAUSSORGUES .
This motorcycle is the first model from 1924 and is identical to the model where Albert Sourdot became 'Champion de France ". Note the logo on the tank (Champion de France vitesse) following their 20 world records was this logo on the 175cc sports models.
This motorcycle has al the special race options: extra hand pump for oil, racing handlebar, double brakes and the race Zenith carburetor.
Motorcycle has been completely restored and has been used several times in touring and racing events.

Mobylette AV32M

1955

Early basic version of a Motobecane - Mobylette model AV32M. This is the standard model with the unsprung fork and without clutch. But already with the 3 liter fuel tank and rear bracke drum. The front has still a bicycle brake.

Coventry-Eagle 250 - Silent Superb

1931

English Coventry-Eagle 250cc 2 stroke Villiers engine of 1931.
Extra engine cost 500 euro.

Indian Power Plus

1917

Sidecar for an Indian Powerplus. This one was on a Power Plus of 1917.

Alcyon Légere

1922

Early French Alcyon model Légere. This is a flattanker with belt drive 175cc.
Nice base for restoration. Engine is loose and has good compression.

Saroléa 24Ta

1930

After 30 years removed from the barn. Belgian Saroléa model 24Ta. This is a 500cc side valve of 1930. Motorcycle is original and in good condition. Missing parts are: front fender, steering damper and tires.

Mobylette AV47

1956

Beautiful French Motobecane Mobylette model AV47 of 28 December 1956. This moped is completely original and in original paint. Engine has good compression.

Bernadet Y52

1953

Beautiful French scooter Bernadette model Y52 of 1953. This scooter has a 125cc engine Ydral.
Bernadette started in 1921 with the construction of sidecars, in 1946 with the construction of cars and scooters in 1947. In 1955 the company was acquired by Le Poulain. This scooter was available with a 125cc and 250cc engine Ydral. And was also available in Belgium under the brand Gillet. Only the emblems differences.
The engine of this scooter is loose but the carburetor is still missing. Originally there was a Gurtner carburetor R17 or Dell'orto MA on. The windshield is there but is disassembled for transport.

Dollar 500

1932

Large version of a French Dollar. This rolling frame is complete except the engine/gearbox (unit). In this frame was a French Chaise engine 500cc OHV or overhead camshaft. But was also used for the 350cc OHV.
Nice base for a restoration.

Gnome Rhone D

1927

Unrestored and original French Gnome Rhone model D. This is a 500cc single cylinder side valve flat tanker with original sidecar.
Motorcycle has a very nice patina and engine is loose and has compression, gears allow themselves to take.

BSA S29 - Standard

1929

Nice base for restoration of an English BSA model S29 standard. This is a 500cc side valve of 1929. Beautiful and complete exempt of outside primary chain cover and magneto drive cover.

Sunbeam S7

1925

Older restoration of an English Sunbeam S7. This is a long stroke 600cc side valve of 1925. Older restoration of a collector who has driven a lot with this bike. Stored for several years now so needs a small review.

Monet & Goyon LS3S Grand Sport

1935

Due to the many successes of Monet Goyon in racing, there was a great demand for their sports models. In 1935 Monet Goyon spent a very sporty 250cc OHV off. The difference in their standard model (LS3) was that the Grand Sport had a fast-fill cap, Amal sports handlebar, double oil pump, valves operated with hairpin springs, removable luggage rack, ...
All this because in the 30s few people could afford a car and a motorcycle. There were many people who were looking for a racing motorcycle where they could drive to work with in the week and at the weekend after disassembling lighting, luggage, etc could go racing.
This bike is in original condition, fully complete and original paint.

Dé Dé Sport

1926

French motorcycle brand Dé Dé made in Courbevoie (Seine) in 1926. This is the model sports and had a Moussard engine and Sturmey-Archer 3-speed gearbox.

Whizzer L300 Tandem

1950

American tandem Whizzer that was built in Luxembourg. This is a 4 stroke 138cc side valve with belt drive.
Motorcycle is in original paint and is perfectly running (complete technical rebuild).

Harley-Davidson WLA - Type VII

1944

Nice base for the restoration of a Harley-Davidson model WLA. This is a 750cc V-twin of 1944. Motorcycle has no fork but is for the rest 95% complete and in good condition. Everything is original.
New fork can be supplied for 1,000.

FN M13 Grand Culasse 450cc

1955

Beautiful base for restoration or to keep in original paint.
Rare late implementation of the top model of FN in 1955. This is a 450cc OHV of the model Grand Culasse model Luxe. Of this model there are only 60 pieces made!
Motorcycle is still completely original and in original paint, the blue repainted pieces are easy to get rid of the paint so the underlying original Burgundy (luxury model) emerged lacquer.
Engine has good compression and gearbox allow themselves. Missing components are: exhaust, levers on handlebar and glass of speedo.

Peugeot P104

1926

French Peugeot model P104 of 1926. This is a 350cc SV flat tanker in original unrestored condition. Engine is very good running.
Of this model there are only 2000 pieces built what makes that this is now a rare model.

Matchless R/S

1928

Lot components of a Matchless model R/S. This is a 350cc side valve of 1928. Parts are: frame, wheels, gearbox (Sturmey Archer) and two engines.

Ardie VF125

1941

German Ardie model VF125. This is a 125cc 2 stroke of 1941. Motorcycle is missing a few small details and is a very good basis for restoration.

Motobécane AV75

1956

Beautiful French Motobécane model AV75 mobymatic. This is a 50cc with automatic transmission.

Norton CS1 (International)

1936

Beautiful Norton CS1 (international - 500cc)delivered out of the factory to Mototenice in Milan, delivered on May 14, 1936 in Italy. Motorcycle is from the first owner and is completely original! Starts and runs perfectly!
Matching numbers!!
The Delorto carb is original for this bike and is so delivered in 1936.
On 20-21 April 2013 is this motorcycle driven on the circuit de Linas in Monthlery (Vintage Revival). And no she is not broken (see pictures) but it was the whole weekend so wonderful and we have too much driving so I came up short for one round gasoline.
In the pictures you can see also George Cohen with this bike ride, he is the Norton specialist of UK and also the author of the Norton book. For questions about this bike you can always verify with him.

New Map BL2 - Grand Sport

1930

In 1924, Paul Martin son of Joseph takes the decision to fabricate his own motorcycles after father since 1898, already made ​​parts for engines and aircraft, in their factory in Lyon.
The first New Map motorcycles were made ​​in 1925, only light two strokes bikes. But at the Paris Salon in 1927, Paul Martin surprised anyone with a series of sporting heavy 4 strokes with JAP engines of 250 t / m 600cc. Follow later still sporting successes and MAG JAP engines, including the final victory of the six-day 1929 with 500cc JAP. The following years presented the manufacturer solid, sporty-looking motorcycles with engines of: Madoz, Anzani, Chaise, Zurcher, Ydral, Blackburne, Ultima and the more expensive models with JAP and MAG. Very recognizable frame, which was the same for all types. This was a double-cradle frame with two tubes from the steering head to the rear axle. The saddle was made by Terry, the tank came from Mottaz and wheels with characteristic large drums of Ideal.
New Map delivered a high quality motorcycle, which despite its high price, was in great demand. For comparison a Terrot HSSL 350 then cost 5550 francs at a New Map OHV 7900 francs
. In this New Map is a 250cc OHV. Normally it with one outlet, but the Grand Sport models had rare engine with dual exhaust as in this model.
This bike is an old restoration where it was in recent years, driven by a woman. Since this bike is stationary for several years now these needs a check-up.

Royal Enfield J De Luxe

1931

Unrestored and original British Royal Enfield Model J of 1931.
This is a 500ccc OHV sloper with dual exhaust and 4 speed.
In 1930 Royal Enfield came up with a new model on the market. A 500cc OHV with upright cylinder. From this model, one has a deluxe version also made ​​with inclined cylinder (sloper). Of these, one has then created a sportier version with dual exhaust. And to make it even harder they mede a special of these sporting luxury version, a sloper twin exhaust with four-speed gearbox (only in 1930 and 1931). This makes this a very rare appearance of a model J.
Motorcycle is pretty complete only missing: headlight glass, alternator, kick starter cranck and right side exhaust. stored for long time, it can be seen on the first, still original glass battery.

NSU Quickly

1961

Original German NSU model Quickly of 1961. This is a 50cc moped. Completely original non cleaned !! Comes straight from the chicken coop.

Mobylette AV87

1957

Mobylette model Tourisme-Luxe AV87 with rare swing fork. This model is a mobymatic which means that it has an automatic gearbox.

Gnome & Rhone XA

1935

French Gnome & Rhone XA. This is a very rare OHV boxer with shaft drive. Unfinished restoration.

Royal Enfield model 350

1925

English Royal Enfield model 350 of 1925. This is a 350cc SV. This flat tanker is a unfinished restoration. Engine, carburettor, magneto, wheels with new tires and frame are restored. What still needs to be done is mounting back the gearbox and some small finishes. The fuel tank is still in original paint.

New Imperial model 40

1936

English New Imperial model 40. This is a 350cc OHV from 1936. Motorcycle is in very good original and unrestored state. Gearbox is disassembled but looks complete.

Brondoit H

1922

Very rare Belgian Ideal-Brondoit 250cc of 1922.
Nicolas Brondoit was a Shoemaker of Herstal in 1900 built his first four-stroke engines that was used by Bayard to build in a bicycle frame. Between 1902 and 1918 Brondoit made ​​essentially stationary engines. The company Ideal-Brondoit was founded in 1919 and started with the production of 98cc two-stroke build in engines. In 1925 the company was taken over by financial problems by Paul Le Bussy the range was extended with 350cc and 500cc. In 1928 crashed Le Bussy and the company was taken over by his brother George. Who sold it in 1929 to Olivier Joly, an engine rebuild company that still exists.
This Brondoit was sold in 1922 in Herstal. Until 01/10/1970 has hardly ridden this bike and was sold by Mr. Widar of Banneux (Belgium) for a dentist in Pforzheim. On 09/21/1997, this Brondoit is sold by Peter Tripp to Michael Hendrickx of Macken (Germany). In 1998, this bike completely disassembled and overhauled. In this disassembly Michael has seen the piston was mounted 180 ° wrong. This probably explains the good condition of this bike because this ensures that he had little power and thus performed poorly. After proper installation of the piston and replace the bearings in the engine she is running again very fast.
Fine details of the engine are the 2 flywheels and the place of the magenta beneath the footboard attached to the crankshaft.
From this model, there are only six pieces known.
Extra spare engine in good condition: 950 euro.

Terrot F

1927

Very nice French Terrot model F. This is a 250cc two stroke. Motorcycle is nice, complete and original with extra leg shields.

AJS 16M

1954

The Stevens brothers built their first motorcycle in 1903 after having been built stationary engines since 1897. In 1909 the company name AJS (Albert John Stevens) was born. After the company had done through purchases of cars and sidecar manufacturers many wanderings it itself was taken over by Matchless in 1931. This by too much investment in racing and the fabrication of expensive and luxurious models that were unsaleable after the stock market crash.
From this moment was almost the only difference between AJS and Matchless that at one the magneto was in front of the e,fine and the other ond at the back of the engine.
This model 16M is a 350cc OHV from 1954. This motorcycle is fully complete and in original condition (first paint). Last registered 20 years ago and never ridden.

Terrot HS

1927

Beautiful complete and unrestored French Terrot model HS. This is a flat tanker with a 350cc SV engine.
Nice base to start up or to be restored. Engine has good compression and gearbox allow themselves to take the gears.
In some side valve models (HS) is also the OHV (HSS) frame used (tube under tank does not run by) as with this bike. What makes that very easy here an OHV can be built in.

Motoconfort MC1

1927

Charles Benoit and Abel Bardin design their first motorcycle in 1924, the MB1 . This simple 175cc two stroke model was on sale until 1929. In 1926 they founded the company ' Motoconfort ' and bring a new heavier model the MC1 . This is a 308CC 2 stroke with their patented suspension in the front fork. The design was similar to that of Triumph Junior, a 225cc lightweight made ​​from 1913 to 1926. German Triumph sold a similar model called the Triumph Knirps. The Junior filled a niche market to make switching to a light motorcycle and female bikers in particular had encouraged. Ignatz Schwinn manufactured the Junior under license in the United States (such as Excelsior), between 1916 and 1920, by upgrading the engine to 269cc this was the Excelsior 'L18'. Since the production of the Junior ended in 1926, and 308 appeared in the same year bought probably Motobécane rights and modernized this design to the current fashion, frame and tank was modified and the engine was a 308cc . A striking feature of the Triumph Junior - and this French Motoconfort 308 - is the horizontally placed spring in the fork. This was then used in America for bikes like the 1938 Schwinn Auto Cycle and in the late 1960s, the Stingray Krate .
This Motoconfort come from a French collection and is in running condition .

Ravat ER2

1929

French Ravat model ER2 of 1929 in first paint, never restored. This is a nice 175cc 2 stroke that is complete and still has the original licence plate.

Automoto Special BH

1922

Early implementation of a French Automoto model Spécial BH. This is a 100cc two stroke of 1922 with belt drive.

BSA J12

1935

Rare English BSA model J12. This is a 500cc V-twin OHV engine with a closed inlet valve and an open exhaust valve. A total of 126 motorcycles where build most of them are sold to the army. A small portion is privately sold.
This is a civilian model in original paint. Motocycle is technically completely overhauled. Everything is internally refreshed, new pistons, valves, all bearings in engine, gearbox and wheels, ...

Ariël W/NG

1943

British Army model Ariël W/NG 350cc OHV that is restored in civilian model. Motorcycle was owned from 1985 by the previous owner and was daily in traffic. Engine and gearbox has been completely overhauled by Dutch overhauling company last year. Motorcycle was normal not for sale but due to purchase of a more expensive motorcycle from me I taken over this bike. Seat and handlebar ar slightly raised allowing larger people perfectly able to drive longer tours. This is without any difficulty or great expense possible to build back to original.

FN M70

1930

Nice base for the restoration of an FN M70 30s. This is a 350cc side valve.

NSU Quickly - 23 2X

1965

2 German NSU Quickly model 23 from 1965 and 1962 for restoration.

NSU Quickly - 23

1964

Beautiful German NSU Quickly model 23, 50cc 2 stroke of 1964. Engine is running. Need some TLC.

NSU Quickly

1960

Rolling frame from 1960.

Moto-Réve Husqvarna

1908

Very rare and early Moto-Réve sold under the name Husqvarna. Engine is completely all the rest is disassembled. Missing some minor details.

Peugeot Bima

1951

BIMA was used by Peugeot for a motor-assisted bicycle (à BIcyclette Moteur Auxiliary)
This is a 50cc 2 stroke with roller drive.

Harley-Davidson Servicar

1966

This Harley Servicar police is a 750cc side valve in good running condition. A few years ago this bike was completely overhauled and is regularly used for touring.

Harley-Davidson WLA - Type VII

1945

American Harley-Davidson model WLA. This is a 750cc V-twin of 1945.
According to the engine number is this built between September 1944 and 16 August 1945, according to the Army contract 11-022-ORD-3996.
This bike is 100% original, also the odometer and saddle is original!
Missing parts: headlight, horn, tail lights, chainguard and fuel caps. All of these components can I deliver against cost, repro or if you just wait, I can find them original.
Engine is loose and gearbox works. Engine is matching numbers.

Zundapp 257

1957

German Zundapp moped model 257 of 1957. This is a 50cc 2 stroke with 2 hand gears.
Moped has yet to start, but everything looks good. Engine has compression and gears to assume.

Saroléa 30A

1930

Belgian Saroléa model 30A. This is a 350cc side valve of about 1930. Older restoration that has received a beautiful patina. Motorcycle is complete and looks good, stored in running condition.

FN M70

1931

Unfinished restoration of a Belgian FN model M70. This is a 350cc SV 1931.
A beautiful bike that has yet to be completely finished, such as cabling and some small finishes of.

Gnome & Rhone CM 2

1932

Very beautiful and totally original French Gnome & Rhone model CM2 from 1932. This is a rare 350cc OHV whose only 502 units are built.
Engine is in running condition. Completely original to the glass battery!

Automoto Spécial BH

1922

French Automoto model Special BH 175cc 2 stroke of 1922. This version appears to have a gear box, but this is not. This box is to start the engine with a kick starter and also serves as a kind of clutch (freewheel) for the belt. If you bring the lever by hand or foot, by stepping the pedal to the front then the disks from the pulley of the belt apart and one has a kind of freewheeling which can also be used to incrementally solve departure. This can also used to run the belt slightly higher or lower in the pulley which one has a kind of gears.
This bike is pretty complete and original with original Longemare carburetor and the original Hutchinson belt. Engine itself has good compression and kick and clutch are in working condition. Motorcycle was running when stored.

Saroléa Cricket

1957

Belgian Saroléa model Cricket of 1957. Saroléa start in 1950 with a 125cc two stroke, this is the model 'Oiseau Blue'. In 1954 this model changes in the Cricket and remains in production until 1960. In 1957 there are only 66 units built.
This Saroléa is offered for restoration.

harley-Davidson WL

1942

Very nice and good restoration of a Harley 750cc from 1943. This motorcycle is completely overhauled and everything is renewed. This engine has a Mikuni carburetor and WLDR camshafts for faster driving. Also has this motorcycle the wide front fork with the big brakes for better stopping; o))
With this motorcycle there are many tours ridden but too a busy professional life has the previous owner this moto 2 years ago heated saved. So should this motorcycle been started up, i.e.: new battery, oil and petrol enter and then drive!

Nimbus four-cylinder standard

1947

Denmark's Nimbus 750cc four-in-line with ohv exposed valvesprings engine. Pressed frame and shaft drive.In good running condition.

Saroléa Regina de Luxe

1955

Belgian Saroléa model Regina de Luxe. This is a 200cc two stroke of 1955.
This model was made ​​from 1953 to 1955. This is one of the last made ​​of this model as it is likely the highest engine and frame number that is known.
Motorcycle is offered for restoration and is still in first paint.

Gillet Légia 200cc

1954

Belgian Gillet model Légia 200cc of 1954.
Gillet launched a new series light motorcycles in 1953. This is the Légia,later after a update this will become the model Belgica. The Légia first start as a 175cc 2 stroke but will also be available soon as 200cc. This is such a 200cc offered for restoration.

Zundapp 175S

1957

German Zundapp model 175S. This is a 175cc two stroke from 1957.
This bike has some missing parts and is offered for restoration or for parts.

Gillet 600 AB38

1938

The Belgian army had some models with sidecar and some OHV purchased to supply the army leading up to the second world war.
In 1938, an order of the 600cc side valve solo motorcycle with greater ground clearance, especially for the field. Most of these motorcycles were delivered to the battalion Ardennes hunters. This vehicle is delivered to Ministère de la Défense Nationales in Bruxelles on 03/11/1940. In total, there are only 560 pieces of this model made​​.

FN M12

1940

FN was the first builder of a heavy army motorcycle with driven sidecar. This model has also served as a basis for making the BMW R75 and Zundapp KS750.
When the Germans invaded Belgium in May 1940, they have already taken the military equipment of the Belgian army. Because BMW and Zundapp could not follow the production of heavy military sidecar motorcycles, they have let the FN factory to work under duress. Belgian workers did all that was possible for the enemy (Germany) to go obstructive. They had different sabotage techniques. One of these was to put a piece of dry bread in the crankcase of the engine. In the test drive at the factory everything was fine but after some time to be with the German army used this bread made sure all oil lines were shut down and the motor broke dawn.
Germany had a very large central garage for their motorcycles in Paris (Heeres Kraftfahr Park 656). All defective motorcycles were put on the train and were restored here. This bike is its use in the German army also arrived here and on 03.01.1942 restored by the firm Constantin.

Harley-Davidson WLA Type VII

1945

David Sarafan known from the book : The Liberators found in the 70s a lot of Harley's in Greece and he brought them back to the USA. Of this lot there is a section taken by Wout Hilhorst to the Netherlands. This can be seen in the frame number that begins with 'U'. The 'U' from Utrecht, where the customs these motorcycles have given a new number. Partly because these bikes had a NOS engine with blank number. Before the bikes where sold in Greece they have all been reconditioned in Greece. This revision was very easy by the large number of NOS parts that they had. The result is that all of these motorcycles in 1977 got a NOS blank engine.
This Greek WLA 's are known to be very original and well.
This motorcycle comes from a Dutch fan who has always driven this motorcycle and has always been well maintained. Last year, the engine and gearbox have been fully rebuild. Just need a little TLC.
This bike has many original parts that are very hard to find, such as : original speedo, original saddle , armor plate under the engine , ...

Whizzer J

1950

American Whizzer who was built in Luxembourg. This is a 138cc 4 stroke side valve with belt drive.
This Whizzer original was of an old warrior who had lost a leg during the war. On the right side of the bike are some fixings for attaching his wooden leg and his crutches.
Engine has been completely overhauled, new crankshaft, valves, new ignition, new belts, ... Motorcycle is in perfect running condition.
The slight color difference between the fuel tank and the rest of the bike is original and because the fuel tank was sprayed delivered from America and the rest was sprayed in Luxembourg.


Harley-Davidson WLA

1943

WWII Harley-Davidson model WLA. This is a 750cc (45Ci) V-twin SV.This motorcycle is for restoration, engine is loose and you can take the gears.

FN M67

1930

Belgian FN model M67 of 1930. This is a 500cc OHV.
Engine is overhauled, new wheel axles, new brakes, ...
Motorcycle is in good driving condition.


Terrot M2

1926

Rare French Terrot with a 250cc English JAP sidevalve engine. This bike is completely original and come straight from the first owner. Engine is loose and has good compression and you can take the two gears.

Gnome & Rhone R4

1951

French Gnome & Rhone model R4. This is a 125cc two stroke of 1951 with ABG engine. This bike is offered for restoration.

Gilera 200 Extra

1958

Beautiful Italian Gilera 200cc OHV of + / - 1958. This bike has never been restored so completely original. On this bike are many aluminum details, such as aluminum muffler, tank and fender nameplate, aluminum chainguard ...

Aiglon Bima 1

1954

French Aiglon 50cc with roller drive. Aiglon was alraedy at this moment a sister company of Peugeot and thus this model is also offered under the name Peugeot. The engine is a 49cc FMC (France Moto Cycle) a collaboration between Griffon, Trophée de France, Metéor and Aiglon.
Moped is beautiful in original paint and is 100% complete.
Engine is blocked due to long storage.

Ravat CS6

1927

Older restoration of a French Ravat model CS6. This is a 175cc OHV with Zurcher engine model K. This model was made ​​from 1926 to 1928.
Engine has compression and gears to assume. Running when stored.
I also have a spare engine for sale.

Royal Enfield K

1931

English Royal Enfield model K of 1931. This is a 1000cc side-valve V-twin.
This is an older unfinished restoration. Engine and gearbox has been revised but everything should still be connected.
With this bike comes the first original registration papers.

NSU 601 TS

1934

Solid German NSU model TS (Tourer Sattelmodel). This is a 600cc side valve of 1934.
This model is made from 1930 to 1939 and there are a total of 6952 pieces.
Bike is in pretty good condition but should be finished, and some small parts are missing such as headlight, brackets rear fender and foot boards.

NSU 501 OSL

1936

Very sporty German NSU model 501 OSL. This is a double port 500cc OHV of 1936. This model is made ​​from 1934 to 1939 with a total of 8000 pieces. This is a rare early military version, see army fork, army handlebar, large cap on tank, ... The large order for the army were delivered from 1938 but with closed valves. This model also has the high sport exhausts.
This is a good basis for restoration.

Gillet Estafette

1951

Belgian Gillet estafette of the Belgium army. This is a 500cc side valve of 1951.
Motorcycle is offered for restoration. Everything is in good condition engine has compression and you can take the gears. Missing parts are glass and ring of the headlight (cost 32 euro).

Harley-Davidson WLA Type V

1943

American Harley-Davidson Model WLA Type V. During the war, the military has ever ordered new motorcycles from Harley. This model is of the order of 5 August 1943 and these motorcycles were delivered between September 1943 and May 1944. Due to the low number can be seen that it was delivered in 1943.
This motorcycle is 100% original and nearly complete. Missing parts are: chain cover, battery box and tool box.
The engine and gearbox are still in very good condition. Engine should start with a little help.
Rarely you will see such an original army Harley so completely and totally original. Even odometer and saddle are original. Jiffy stand, rear standard shield under engine are always missing on a original bike but this bike has it all.

Indian Princes

1928

FN (BAM) M90

1935

Belgian FN M90 (500cc side valve) of 1933 built under the name BAM in Germany.
When Hitler, before the war, made almost impossible the importation of foreign products was FN required to have a sales office in Berlin, and a production line in Aachen. And they had to change the name FN in BAM (Berlin-Aachener-Motorradwerke). Other than the name and some small details there are no differences between the Belgian FN and the German BAM.
After the war all memories of the Hitler era had to, as much as possible be blotted out and so is after the war the side cover of this bike with BAM replaced by a FN lid.
This bike is in first paint, completely original and perfect running.


Rush 350

1923

Omer Cravillon started in 1921 with the manufacture of motorcycles with purchased engines of JAP and Blackburn and gearboxes from Sturmey-Archer. He achieved many successes like: 1st place in the Grand Prix of Belgium at Spa-Francorchamps, first place at the Spring meeting in Spa, first place at the tour of Belgium, first place at the cirquit des Cretes and the GP of the Sarthe .
In 1923 engineer Van Geert took over the company. From then on, the blocks were fitted with cast Rush emblems and not JAP. Although these engines are just JAP engines with Rush brand name. They won again many competitions and achieved some world records. After the stock market crash on Wall Street (1929) Rush had to put down the books in 1931. Van Geert (at his own cost) developed his design of the 175cc and in 1935 he won the Grand Prix of Spa-Francorchamps. Until 1950 Van Geert remained active in the production of motorcycle parts.
Dating of these bikes is difficult because there is not many information. But the engine is drawn with Rush so after 1923. This motorcycle has the rim brake who disappeared in 1924 to a drum so this model would be 1923 . This bike also has the gear shifter on the fuel tank and new fork that came out in 1923. But has the fueltank without oil tank and oil pump on the engine must be suggesting that this has been a OHV engine.
The Rush is a perfect base for restoration. The engine with the characteristic Rush components is present, the engine can be simply made ​​complete with standard JAP parts. Transmission is present but not complete, but is a standard Sturmey-Archer gearbox. Wheels and fenders were formerly simply ordered in England and are just standard parts . This makes this far-reaching restoration a not so difficult task or you have a perfect base to complete another Rush.
Additional fuel tank is an older model and is not included in this sale. Costs 750

Harley-Davidson 29JD - Racer

1929

Beautiful 1200cc IOE of 1929. Starts and runs perfectly.
By default, these motorcycles runs 160km / h.

René Gillet J - 1000

1938

French René Gillet model J. This is a 1000cc 2 cylinders in V. Very strong and solid motorcycle which was also purchased by the French army. Ideal for sidecar use.
This is an old restoration that is still very nice, motorcycle was running wen stored and now needs to be started again.

Gnome & Rhone Super Major

1936

Older restoration of a French Gnome& Rhone model Super Major. This is a 350cc OHV with pressed frame.
Motorcycle is in order but should be started up.

Monet Goyon ASL3

1936

Pre-war French Monet Goyon model ASL3. This is a very sporty 250cc overhead valve with hairpin springs. Motorcycle is fully restored a few years ago and was regularly used for touring but has stood still for years and is now back for sale due to the death of the previous owner. After check up, this bike back is now back in running condition.

Peugeot P105

1928

Beautiful French Peugeot model P105. This is a 350cc OHV of 1929.
Motorcycle is pretty complete and original, engine is loose and you can take the gears.

PAV 40/B

1970

Beautiful and not rusted trailer for motorcycles of the brand PAV model 40/B of 1970.

Zundapp KS750

1942

Early implementation of a German Zundapp KS750. This is a 750cc OHV boxer with driven sidecar. This bike is an old restoration and there are no reproduction parts on this bike! Everything is original also identification plate, identification plate sidecar and lubrication plan. Everything (engine, gearbox, frame, frame sidecar and sidecar) is matching numbers!!!
Moto cycle is in perfect running condition it can be seen at:
http://www.youtube.com/user/HDCLASSICBE

Peugeot P115 GS

1934

In 1933 Peugeot launched a new series of motorcycles from their top models . They were also presented under the title "Le motos de grande puissance" . The models were P115 (350cc OHV) and P117 (350cc side valve) and 515 (500cc OHV) and 517 (500cc side valve) . These were in very many designs available . Because it is their top models were you could link eg choose from 4 different fenders and four different exhaust types and painted or with additional chrome . Because this was their top models and these bikes were very expensive, the customer could make your own motorcycle from the large range of different designs . This OHV models had won manny races by the factory riders of Peugeot . With the 500cc there include nine world records broken. Camille Narcy (Peugeot works driver) liked the 350cc OHV above the 500cc OHV because the speed was almost the same, but the 350 was more versatile .
The offered P115 GS (Grand Sport) is a 350cc OHV 1934 . In 1934 (made only 1 year) there is a special GS version made ​​with a domed piston for higher compression this to drive Benzol during races. This version also does not have the normal valve springs, but the hairpin springs that were used in competition. Furthermore, this version was equipped with the larger racing brakes with cooling fins .
Here you now have a unique opportunity to purchase a very rare French sports motorcycle that can be used on the road or on the race tracks.

DKW RT250/2

1954

Very beautiful restoration of a German DKW RT250/2 of 1954. This is a 250cc 2 stroke with 13.5 hp!! All details available also covers of the carburator, these are most of the time gone. Start of first kick and everything in good working order.
Originally sold in the Netherlands by Willy Van Ommeren in Amby


Horex Regina

1953

German Horex model Regina. This is a 350cc OHV of 1953.
Fueltank is in poor condition, but the rest is pretty good. Offered for restoration or for parts.

aanhanger

1950

Trailer with adjustable rear suspension for motorcycle or moped.

FN AS24

1967

Belgian FN model AS24 airborne trike with a 250cc 2cylinder 2stroke engine. This vehicle could be folded up and parachuted. Used in Belgian and Peruvian armies. trike is original and starts and runs good. With Belgian registration.


Terrot L

1925

Early French Terrot 175cc model L with 2 stroke engine. This is a belt drive and has rim brakes. Original options on this motorcycle are the footrests (marchepieds wagon) that have cost in 1925 30FF extra and the floating Saddle (selle cantilever) on 4 leaf springs that have cost 170FF extra.
Motorcycle has been completely overhauled and is in perfect running condition.

D-Rad R0/4

1926

Older but very nice restaurartie of a German D-Rad Model R 0/4. This is a 500cc side valve of 1926. Very nice bike with a very slim and long line. Was for its time a very modern and powerful luxury motorcycles. This bike has both hand and foot clutch. Motorcycle is completely original and in good running condition.
With this bike is still the first original German registration with German stamps. In 1937 Hitler calls a law that all motorcycles must be registered, making these first German paper of 1937.

Le poulain - Central B

1951

Central bicycle powered on the front wheel with a French Le Poulain 50cc.
Engine is loose.

Peugeot Type Z 5HP

1914

Rare French Peugeot V-twin of 1914. This is a model Z with a 662cc two cylinder. This motorcycle has no gearbox and no clutch on the handle can release the tension on the drive belt so that one still has a freewheel.
Rarely offered in this state!! After topping up oil and gasoline started the engine. In the next few days we will clean the tank check everything so that this powerful and fast motorcycle will be on the roads again.

Velovap Standard

1959

VAP (Verot and Andriot Pierre) started in 1949 and was one of the largest manufacturers of clip-on engines built in France. In 1951 the company was taken over by Peugeot and closed its doors in 1962-63.
This model was better build and had a cluch but was also double the price of a Solex.
This 50cc is in original condition and good running.

DKW SB200

1935

German DKW SB200. This is a 200cc 2 stroke block engine with pressed frame. Motorcycle is complete and in good running condition. Headlight is replace with a wrong model.

FN M13

1950

Belgian FN Model M13 350cc SV model Belge. This model was created specifically for Belgium with Swiss fork and a fixed rear frame.
Engine is in good condition and the fueltank has very nice original painting. Motorcycle starts and drives well but need some TLC.

BMW + Stoye sidecar R52

1929

German BMW R52 model. This is a 500cc side valve boxer from 1929 with original sidecar of Stoye in hammered aluminum.
Motorcycle is 100% original except rear light and seat cover but I'm still looking at original. Unbelievable that a motorbike can look like this after 84 years this bike has never been restored but is in the state as it is sold. With many extras such as original (not repro!) Steering damper, speedo, Bosch horn and lights,...
Starts and runs perfectly.

Royal Enfield 500

1932

Royal Enfield 500cc side valve of 1931.
Motorcycle is in unrestored condition. Missing parts are: carburetor, headlight and taillight.

DKW Luxus 300

1930

Nice basis for a restoration of a German DKW Luxus 300. This is a 300cc 2stroke with 3 gears.

Monet Goyon R3LC

1925

Beautiful French Monet Goyon model R3LC "Grand Tourisme Luxury '.
This is a 250cc 2 stroke with an English Villiers engine Mark VIII-A and belt drive. The basic type is R3, the L stands for belt drive, the C stands for a 4 speed Burman gearbox and the 'Grand Tourisme Luxe' means the additional horizontal fork springs as an option for a better driving comfort.
Engine has compression and you can take the gears.

Harley-Davidson WLC

1943

Harley-Davidson WLC 1943. This is a 750cc side valve V-twin.
Frame, fork, seat post, steering damper, handlebar, front standard, Jiffystand, WLC crash bar, headlight with stamp, wheels, axles, brakes, tires (new), ... in perfectly restored condition.
Yet to be restored but present: engine with carburetor and generator, gearbox, front fender, tanks
For sale like the picture shown, missing parts are not there but can be supplied at extra cost.

BMW R17

1936

Older restoration and completely original BMW model R17. This is the rare OHV of the known SV model R12. Motocycle is completely original and in good running condition. Also has the original and rare spinning speedo (walzentacho).
This was one of the most powerful motorcycles of Germany in those years. This R17 has 33 PK at 5000 rpm!! The next BMW with this horsepower only came in 1952 (17 years later) with R68 (35HP). This is the reason that most of these R17 are used after the war to race and there are also sacrificed.
Of this model between 1935 and 1937 only 434 units built.


BMW R63

1929

Rare and original BMW R63. This is a 750cc OHV boxer of 1929. Motocycle is in good running condition.
New are the paint, seat cover, exhausts and tires. For the rest 100% original!

Benelli 500 M40 VLM

1940

Italian M40 Benelli 500 VLM. This is a rare 500cc SV with sprung rear frame. The 500VLC was the civilian version and the VLM the army version. This model had many parts that were interchangeable with the army trike Benelli 500 M36 Mototriciclo.
This bike was also very frequently used by the German SS. Include the German SS camp in Leopoldsburg in Belgium where the SS had almost exclusively Italian motorcycles in service.
Engine has good compression and you can take the gears.

Gillet 720 AF

1940

Parts wanted or a rare winter project. Very rare Wehrmacht bike! 750cc 2stroke German warbike of Belgian manufacture. Excellent, fully restored, 1939?, rare Belgian Gillet model 720, which was special ordered by the French army in preparation of the upcoming war. In 1939, France tested several army motorcycles in Vicennes, because the Gnome et Rhone (model AX800) factory could not build enough motorcycles for the French army. The original Belgian army sidecar was then classified as a secret and was not allowed to cross Belgian borders.The test where done with a Belgian (other brand) sidecar. Gillet was the only motorcycle which could easily handle 50% slopes. The French army was impressed and an order of 1500 Gillets were ordered, however, with the French side car "Bernadet Porte Dragon," and would begin delivery from May 1, 1940. Of this initial order, the first 50 motorcycles, which were to be delivered the 1st of May, did not arrive. The German company Bosch did not provide the electrics because they first wanted to know who were receiving these bikes. Germany simply would not complete the orders because they were already at war with France. The delivery was delayed 10 days, and on May 10th, Germany attacked Belgium and the motorcycles were never delivered to France. ( but were struck by the Germans). The production was also further delayed by the forced Belgian laborers as much as possible. Only 745 bikes were delivered to the German army (notice the Waffen office stamp behind the serial number).

Zundapp K800

1935

Rarely, you wil encounter a German Zundapp K800 4 cylinder 1935 like this one!
Only 2000 civilian pieces made​​.
Now fully revised and in very good running condition.
This bike is original sold by A. J. duimelaar in Breda to mr. J. Adventure residing in Antwerpsestraat 75 in Oosterhout, Netherlands. This bike is after 3-4 years drive disassembled and tucked away in the attic for the war. This until a few years ago and being sold a few times and now back in perfect running condition brought. Engine has been completely overhauled (see accounts) and you can see test run after overhaul. Soon after a film after montage of everything so you can see that it is completely original and in good working condition.
Please note this bike is 100% original and has the right Noris headlamp with walsentacho, Amal pumps vergazer, dealer plate, original number plate, original exhausts, very rare heat shield plate on battery, ...
Oigineler and better you will never find these 4 cylinder!





Solex peperbus

1951

French Solex model pepperpot / Col de Cygne. This model is pepper pot named for the shape of the air filter and in French Col de sygne what swan neck means and refers to the shape of the frame.
The idea of ​​the Solex was coined during World War II by Menneson and Maurice Goddard and marketed in 1946. After the war there was a need for a cheap and efficient transport. The purchase of a Velosolex was lower than the average monthly wage and consumption was very economical, this was the basis of a very popular vehicle for many French but was also popular in many other countries. Thus the Solex a time icon. The engine was a 45cc and by means of a lever and roller drive the front wheel. Consumption was 1l/100km which corresponded with one refueling. The top speed was 28km / h.
This Solex was sold in 1951 in St Etienne in France and is still in the original paint and is very beautiful. Engine has good compression.

Alcyon Populaire

1925

French 250cc Alcyon 2 stroke of +/- 1925. In original unrestored condition. Engine is loose and has compression and gears can be taken.

Harley-Davidson 17L -Military

1917

Base of a military Harley 1917.
In early 1917, the Americans started to fight in the Great War . Most American soldiers were stationed in France. Beginning 1917, the Harley's still in the standard civilian colors with striping of Harley but from the end of 1917, these fully painted in khaki without striping. These motorcycle can be painted so well in the civilian colors and participate in tours for civilian motorcycles as well as in the civilian colors participate in tours for WWI motorcycles and meetings. Or you can put this in full military colors.
Motorcycle is for sale but if you have parts that I fail you can also let you know.

Mosquito (Garelli) M38A

1953

Mosquito is a auxiliary engine that is made by Garelli. Mosguito is so narrow that he could be mounted between the pedals of a bicycle . This had such a success that there different licenses are sold to: France, Netherlands and UK.
This is a version with suspension front fork complete original in first paint.
In the Netherlands the Mosquito was built by Waldorp who license had to this build. However this model is created by A. Knibbe in Amsterdam that criticizing the license construction of Waldorp. Knibbe used a real Italian Mosquito engine which is better (and more expensive) than the Netherlands under license built engine. Knibbe also used the slogan a REAL ITALIAN.
This Mosquito is sold by Van Bergen in steenbergen in the Netherlands.
Bicycle factory Cyrus in Venlo used the same frame with a Zundapp engine.

Harley-Davidson WLA

1945

Beautiful basis for restoration.
Carters have matching numbers of 1945.
Any missing parts I can supply at extra cost.

Harley-Davidson W

1920

American Harley-Davidson model W. This is a 584cc (35.64 cu) flat twin of 1920. Also called Twin Sport and was build between 1919-1923.
This bike is completely original and in running condition but need some T.L.C.

FN M70

1930

Completely original and never restored Belgian FN model M70. This is a 350cc SV of 1930.
very nice basis for restoration or to conserve like this. Ignition needs to be redone but I'm working on it. Already for sale but soon more expensive and driving.

BSA S30-12 Sloper

1930

Beautiful original and unrestored English BSA sloper model. This is a 500cc OHV with 3 hand gears of 1930.
Engine has good compression and gearbox allow themselves to take the gears.

Batavus Conforte

1963

Very nice completely original Dutch Batavus model Confort. This is a 50cc 2 strokewith 2 hand gears. Moped is in perfect running condition.
Normally 2.250 euro, now for 1.750 euro!!
Rides:
- 16/06/11: 4 km
- 17/06/11: 12 km
- 18/06/11: 15km
- 19/06/11: 21km
- 23/06/11: 5km
- 26/06/11: 20km
- 05/08/11: 8km
- 10/08/11: 22km
-...

BSA S29

1929

Unrestored English BSA model S29. This is a 500cc side valve of 1929.
Motorcycle is completely original and even has the original tools and a photo taken by the first owner in the 40s. In this picture you can see that the footboards are an ancient adaptation.

Mobylette BG2

1957

French moped in original condition. In running condition.

harley-Davidson WLA type IV

1944

American Harley-Davidson WLA. This is a 750cc V-twin sv.
Motorcycle is beautiful and original, engine has compression and you can take the gears.

Harley-Davidson WLA type VI

1943

American Harley-Davidson WLA. This is the type VI that was delivered to the army between June and August 1944.
Motorcycle is beautiful original engine has compression and you can take the gears.
Missing parts: headlight, horn, rear luggage rack and exhaust. All these parts can be supplied at an additional cost.

Harley-Davidson WLA type IV

1943

American Harley-Davidson WLA. This is the type IV that was delivered to the army between April and August 1943.
Motorcycle is beautiful original engine has compression and you can take the gears. Missing parts: 1 rear light.

Indian 7p Twin Cylinder

1911

Diesella 50cc

1949

Danish auxiliary engine of the brand Diesella. This is a 50cc engine that propels the rear wheel by means of a scroll wheel. Topspeed is 60km/h. Engine is original mounted on a very nice solid bike with double tubes and suspension front fork.

Harley-Davidson B

1932

Unfinished restoration of a Harley-Davidson Model B 1932. This is a 350cc side valve. From this model, there are only 535 made.
Missing parts, I think its just the exhaust and saddle.

Dresch Monobloc 500

1930

French Dresch monobloc 500. This is a 500cc two cylinder in line with shaft drive and pressed frame.
Once this robust and maintenance-friendly motorcycle came out in 1930 this became the standard motorcycle of the French Gendarmerie. This model is made ​​from 1930 to 1938.
This bike is so out of the barn, unrestored and 100% complete. Even the original gauges and Dresch watch in the fueltank. Have a look at the optional handlebar in leaf springs.

Mars A20

1922

Original german Mars with Mars sidecar. This is a 1000cc boxer SV engine with 2 gears a no clutch. Each gear has is own drive chain to the back wheel.


Harley-Davidson FDCB (1200cc)

1925

One year only model of a Harley 1200cc V-twin. This model is identically to the model JD but with Magneto, so in order to start no nead of battery.
The 1925 production of Harley had a completely new design of frame, sheet metal and wheel size. In 1926 there are again some adjustments done what makes this a rare version with many 'one year only' parts.
This bike has been completely overhauled, everything is new, engine, gearbox, carburettor, wheels, brakes, ... all in good condition just paintwork could be better.
This is a very nice bike to see the size of the motorcycle and the sleek fenders and also the long (one year only) rear fender.

NSU Prima D

1956

German NSU scooter model Prima D of 1956. This is a 150cc 2 stroke with electric start and three-speed manual.
Due to the large demand for scooters NSU started to build under license the Lambretta scooter in 1950. This contract expired in 1956 and NSU had an improved version ready to succeed. This model was made ​​in several versions until 1964.
This scooter is an unrestored and is put away a few years ago and should be started up again.

Gillet Scooter E51

1954

In the period that scooters had a success Gillet had not the opportunity to invest in the development of a scooter. After wandering from different vendors Gilletcame to the French brand Bernadet. Here they already had good ties with it after the order of the Gillet 720 for the French army because here was the French Bernadet army side-car built to.
In 1953 it started selling the Bernadet scooter but with Gillet logo. Since this is not a large success they stopped stopped selling this scooter in 1956 and start building the 98cc moped 'Capri'.
Here you have now the chance to have a perfectly restored very rare (there are but 3 of known!!) Gillet scooter 125cc to buy. This starts and runs perfect and has in the Liège all different tours.
This scooter is sold on 21 August 1954 to Gillet dealer Patigny, see order form.


Harley-Davidson J

1917

Older but very nice restoration of a Harley-Davidson Model J of 1917. This is an ex military WWI ioe 1000cc motorcycle with sidecar.
Motocycle is in very good running condition.


BSA Empire Star M23

1937

English Empire Star M23. This is a 500cc OHV from 1937. This is the forerunner of the Gold Star and was the top model in 1937, as the BSA advertising represents
' The master piece of the industry '.
The Gold star was named after this model (Empire Star) wich has done on the Brookland Race circuit a average speed of 100 miles/h (160 km/h). This gave BSA the 'Golden Star', the sign of the select few that could drive faster than 100miles/h.
This motorcycle is with matching numbers and pretty original. Exhaust and carburator are missing but there is a (not complete) additional engine.
This motorcycle has complete history:
- ordered on 20/10/1936 at BSA factory under the order number D. 47.
- arrived in Copenhagen Frihavn on 2/11/1936-
- and sold on 5/5/1937 by BSA dealer Soren Rasmussen, Odense Norregade 85, for the price of 1055 Danish kroner.

Gillet Riemaandrijving

1925

First model of a Belgian Gillet with belt drive. This is a 350cc 2 stroke of 1925 which is offered for restauration or parts. Extra is a 2nd engine and some small parts.

Whizzer J

1950

First paint and perfect running. American Whizzer which was built in Luxembourg. This is a 4 stroke 138cc side valve with belt drive.
Motorcycle is completely original and perfect running. This bike has still all VAT papers.

Excelsior model 17 Military

1917

American Excelsior model 17. This is a 1000cc V-twin ioe of 1917 in first paint with dozens of original WWI attributes.
Motorcycle is in good running condition. Engine and gearbox has been completely overhauled. This model is the military version with reinforced fork. With this bike are many extra parts all stamped or dated for 1917 -1918 as:
- Leather gunscabbard
- Trenche shovel with pocket
- Wooden butt of a Springfield rifle (original gun and bajonette is not in the sale)
- Gas alarm siren
- Signal flags with original bag
- Logo in gold of transport company
- Silver compass in leather pouch
- Military whistle
- Water bottle with bag
- Gamel with cutlery and bag
- Backpack
- Padlock U.S. Army
- Holster revolver
- Saddlebags
- Trumpet
- Gas Mask
- Can of ration food
- Binoculars
- First aid kit (never opened)
- Hospital document victim of shrapnel with date operation
- Letter to soldier that returned because person is deceased
- Military photos for home (postcards)
- Pocket manual signals flags
- Instructions for soldiers in France
- Songbook for soldiers
- Journal for soldiers
- Log Book for at the front
- Guide Springfield rifle
- Postcards booklet (12 pieces) of village of Kemelberg and Newport during the war
- Newspaper published for the soldiers 'The Stars and Stripes'
- Military map of the front in 1917 with adjustments recorded on the map
- Military map of the various items on the American side and the German side
- Silk handkerchief color by girlfriend in USA and sent to loved one at the front.


Gillet Tour du Monde

1935

Beautiful complete Belgian Gillet ' Tour du Monde ' 350cc 2 stroke of 1935.
This bike has the new frame with the Neiman fork and a steering wheel lock.
Engine is checked and start well but the bike need new cabling on.

Harley-Davidson WLA type VI

1944

Nice basis for restoration of a Harley that is delivered in June 1944 to the army. Harley started to build/deliver Type VI of this army model (WLA) in June 1944 with number 42WLA60001. This is so the 80th motorcycle delivered in June.
This motorcycle is 100% original except the new speedo. Furthermore, there is still some missing small parts. Engine and gearbox are in very good condition.
This motorcycle has a Belgian registration certificate.

Honda CB450P

1969

For sale Honda CB 450P Model K1 for restoration.
Very rare Police Special model. Originally there was behind the saddle a metal shelf tray mounted before the paperwork of the police (still new for sale). This bike also possess the extremely rare police speedo. These have a breakdown by miles and while driving could the driver by means of a lever on the handlebar blok the needle on the driven speed, to proof the speed. Missing parts are the crashbar in front with the lights, the siren and the metal box behind the saddle.
This motorcycle is a model K1 with the K0 front fork, this is original because the K1 has separated speedo and was not available in police model.
The side cover of the engine is also with the bike but is not on the pictures. On youtube is an identical beautifully restored to see under: 1969 Honda cb450P Police bike wins at legenden 2008.

Zundapp KS 500

1937

Older restoration, perfect running.
This is the rare sports implementation of the regular 500cc SV (K500). The K500 had 16PHP but this KS500 OHV had 25HP and so a beloved sport motorcycle.


BMW R69S / Hoske

1967

BMW came in 1960 with a sport version as a successor of the R69. The R69 had 35 HP and the new R69S had 42 HP and a top speed of 175 km/h which makes this bike a very popular and successful sports motorcycle.The R69S is build from 1960 to 1969.
This bike was bought new on 7/9/67 in France at Montaut moto's in Bayonne. When ordering this bike is also placed an order at Ernst Hoske to this bike to match with a 40-litre RS-VI Hoske tank, Hoske exhausts and wheels of Munch Mammut and the double headlight of Munch. Also the special tachometer of BMW.
In 1976, the first owner that bought this bike moves to Belgium. As proof, there are the original customs documents at this bike.
In 2008 he sold this bike to the 2nd owner in Belgium (see Belgian registration certificate).
This bike is completely original with the very expensive original Hoske and Munch parts. Complete history with first bill of sale (1967), proof of purchase of Hoske and Munch parts (1967) further correspondence, import documents (1976) in Belgium, maintenance notes with mileage, registration certificate 2nd owner (2008).
Motorcycle is technically in perfect condition and start of the first kick and runs fast.





Flandria Sp 837

1972

Small Belgian Flandria 50cc. Precursor of the SP 847 with footgears. Engine runs but the rest nead a review / restoration.

Gillet 350 AB36

1936

This 350cc Gillet numbered 62843 was sold on 02/12/1936 to "Ministère de la Défense Nationale - Brussels".
This is one of the few remaining Belgian WWII Gillets.
Engine is loose and gears work. The high exhaust was original for the Belgium army.

Greeves Challenger

1965

Completely original and unrestored!!!
Personal motorcycle of Frits Selling, Importer of Greeves and multiple champion with this motocycle.
Greeves Challenger MX2 of 1965. This is a 250cc 2stroke cross. This model came out in 1964 with a homemade Greeves engine. Greeves always used a Villier block before. The 1964 (MX1) model had a bad gearbox and so the new gearbox was adapted in the 1965 model (MX2). Greeves was one of the first to use 2 stroke in the cross and so they were the winners of many crossen between 1959 and 1969. At many competitions were the first 10 places occupied by Greeves. The combination of the great strength of the 2stroke and the super light frame (from 1 piece of aluminum) and the use of polyester as a tank and fenders, this was a winner in many competitions. It was even so that these also competed in the 500cc and 250cc still could win everything.
Motorcycle is in perfect state and directly usable for driving competitions.
Check internet for the rich racing history of this model.

Lambretta LD56

1956

Beautiful original Lambretta scooter model LD of 1956. This is a 125cc 2 stroke.
Scooter is in original paint and is stored last year in running condition. But need now a check up.

BMW R50/2

1961

Unrestored original German BMW model R50/2. This is a 500cc OHV boxer of 1961. This model was a success for BMW as a successor of the R50. The R50/2 was created from 1960 to 1969.
This bike is original but in good running condition.


OK Supreme B/31

1931

Nice basis for restoration of an English OK Supreme model B/31. This is a 300cc SV with JAP engine (short stroke Sport Engine).
Ok-Supreme came In 1928 with their new model duplex frame, that year and the following years they achieved many successes at the junior racing on the Isle of Man.

Opel Motoclub T

1928

German Opel model motoclub model T. This is a 500cc SV. Opel used for this motorcycle a frame of Neander this could because they had taken the patent. This special frame with leaf springs under the saddle and leaf springs in the front fork was originally galvanised and not painted.This motorcycle is in unrestored state, some parts they already created and some small parts are still missing. This motorcycle also has the original Opel/Hella headlight.
Frame number, engine number, cylindernummer and even the piston number are matching.

Husqvarna model 24 'Svartkvarna'

1949

Swedish Husqvarna model 24 'Svartkvarna'. This is a 120cc 2 stroke with 3 hand gears and webfork.
Shortly after the war in 1946 was Husqvarna all in the ability to bring a light affordable and very reliable motorcycle on the market. As a result, this model is legendary in Sweden as there are very many people have this as a daily means of transport.
This Husqvarna is sold at L. Patigny in Dinant.
Nice detail is that the Kickstarter you have to kick to the front and not to the back. Engine is back riding made 5 years ago but must have a check-up.

Triumph T.R.W.

1958

English army Triumph model TRW. This is a 2 cylinder SV of 1958.
This model was designed in 1943 for the army but when everything was ready the war was over. This model was launched back In 1948 in his final form and was delivered to the British and many other armies.
This motorcycle is in perfect driving condition and so can be used for tours. More from this motorcycle is the original ignition key that also serves as a tool to regulate the valves.

Matchless T4

1928

English Matchless model T4 of 1928. This is a 350cc SV.
Good as basis for restoration or for parts.
Frame, fueltank, engine, rear wheel with brake, gearbox control block.

Hoffmann MR175-2

1952

German Hoffmann 175cc 2 stroke of 1952.
Last time registered in 1978 and started up again 5 years ago. Engine is running but there is work to electrical cabling.

Harley-Davidson WLC

1943

Perfect Harley-Davidson 43wlc. This is a 750cc V-twin side valve of 1943. This is still a very nice older restoration that last year was put back in perfect working order. Everything is updated! Very reliable motorcycle. Picture book of restoration is available. Additional elements on last picture are also for sale: windshield 200 euro, extra lamps 250 euro, duoseat 350 euro.
Trips:
- 02/09/2011: 24km
- 06/09/2011: 14km - adjustment of clutch, rear brake and carburetor
- 07/09/2011: 20km
- 10/09/2011: 288km
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Alcyone Légère

1926

Beautiful early implementation of a French Alcyon model 'Légère' 250cc Zürcher 2stroke of 1926. This is a deluxe version with 3-speed gearbox. Very nice finish with beautiful details. This bike is totally complete and original. Engine has compression gearbox allow themselves to switch gears.

FN M70

1930

Belgian FN model M70. This is a 350cc SV of 1930. This bike is the rarer version with the high piston (high compression) which makes this a better runner and slightly faster as the normal version.
This engine starts at the first kick and is very good running.

Puch TS

1949

Rare Austrian Puch 125cc model TS.
This is a double piston engine, 2 stroke, with 2 carburettors, 1 left and 1 right.
This model is made from 1949 to 1952. This is the 170th created in the first year and in total there are of this model only 2334 pieces made.

Harley-Davidson DL

1931

In 1929, the first 750cc Harley released to be able to compete with the Indian Scout. The first versions had dual exhaust and dual headlights, but in 1931 was the improved version with additional oilpump single headlight and single exhaust. This is an older restoration of a high compression model (DL) with no repro part used. Totally original bike: original seat cover, lamps, weston ammeter, batterybox, toolbox, horn, ... completely original. Bike has also a lot of original accessories like: luggage carrier, front stand,steering damper, fork stabilizer, jiffy stand, ...
This bike is in perfect running condition. Trips:
9/7/2011 - 5km
11/7/2011 - 12 km,
13/7/2011 - 16 km
20/7/2011 - 30km
22/7/2011 - 44km

05-05-2012 - 80km
12-05-2012 - 200km
18-05-2012 - 390km
19-05-2012 - 350km
02-06-2012 - 80km
09-06-2012 - 120km
23-06-2012 - 80km
11-08-2012 - 110km
12-08-2012 - 110km
14-10-2012 - 320km
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Harley-Davidson WLA

1942

This Harley model WLA 750cc SV V-twin of 1942 is completely overhauled several years ago. Afterwards this bike is tested well. The have driven with this bike the Antwerp 500 miles. This is a tour organized by the Harley dealership of Antwerp and was a tour of/-830 km. This ride is trouble-free with this bike.
This is the perfect bike for someone who does not want to work on his bike but just walk out and drive-away.

FN M67

1929

Beautiful unrestored Belgian FN model M67. This is a 500cc OHV from 1929. Bike is in running condition.

Saroléa 49 SL6

1949

Very nicely restored Saroléa model SL6 . This was the 600cc OHV from 1949. Different from the S6 is that the SL6 had rear suspension. This is a perfect restoration. Motocycle is complete, original and very good running.
Trips:
27/6/2011: 20km - bad sparkplug-
19/7/2011: 38km
...


Harley-Davidson Single

1926

First year of construction of the 1 cylinder Harley.
Harley-Davidson single 350cc SV of 1926.
Because Indian came in 1926 with a 1 cylinder (Indian Prince 21ci SV) responded by also a 350cc model from Harley.This model was created primarily for the European market.
This motorcycle is a unfinished restoration whose engine and gearbox have already been overhauled. Missing components are cables, connection rods gearbox, brake and electric wiring.

Harley-Davidson Peashooter

1928

Early 1920s Harley realized that they had to be represented also in the lighter engines for sporting events and if entry-level model. In 1926 came the 350cc SV model, model 26A (magnet) and 26B (battery-ignition coil). These sold very well in the beginning but in the last production year (1934) there were only 400 pieces. In total there were about 7000 units sold.
In 1928 came a OHV model with 1 exhaust the model AA and BA. This model was almost exclusively used for sports purposes in America. In total, between 1928 and 1931,they have build 2100 units.
There was also a twin port version available from 1928 the BAF. This model was only for export and never sold in USA maybe this explains the F of ' Foreign '. In 1928 there are 207 bikes build, 213 in 1929 and in 1930 only 86 pieces. This makes this a very rare model, created by the low number and also because most are used in sporting events and there are used until they were worn out.

This lot includes:
- 28BAF, 350cc OHV double port, whose engine and gearbox are complete but are disassembled and the cycles section as good as complete.
- 28 BA, 350cc OHV single port, whose engine and gearbox are complete but are disassembled and the cycle is not complete.
- 28 BA, 350cc OHV engine.
- A lot parts of with many NOS parts.

Puch 200

1939

Nice basis for the restoration of a rare Austrian pre-war Puch 200.

Puch S4

1940

Rare military Puch which is delivered to the German Wehrmacht. This you can also seen at the old remains of military version, marking OZ74 in engine and the studs for military saddlebags at the rear fender.
This Puch is a rare 250cc 1 cylinder 2 stroke with 2 pistons and with the clutch in the rear wheel.

Harley-Davidson WLA type V

1943

Very original Harley who between september 1943 and may 1944 to the American army is delivered according to contract 271-ORD-2849.
This motorcycle is 100% original (no repro parts) and everything is still in original paint. This motorcycle is never restored. Engine and gearbox are in very good condition. Some small parts are missing (98% complete).
With Belgian registration certificate.

Saroléa 38T6

1938

This Saroléa 600cc SV was originally conceived for the Belgian army in 1938. The adjustments for the army had a reinforced frame and a small petrol tank model 34s. After the war, the Belgian army these bikes back to where the Saroléa Herstal factory that has been converted to civilian versions. The army has publicly then sold to the Belgian population. This is the reason that so little of this war motorcycles you see. The first deliveries of the 600cc side valve to the army was in 1937 that differ from the 1938 model by the passenger seat and the increased exhaust. Engine starts and runs good but could use a review.

Mors Speed S3 Paris-Nice

1955

Mors Speed model S3 Paris-Nice of 1955 in first paint with original 8000km on speedo. This is a 2 stroke 125cc with 3 gears.
Mors is a famous French Car Builder of the early 1900 's who later switched to electrical appliances and was owned by the brothers Emile and Louis Mors. Mors built two scooter models with 115 and 125 cc two-stroke engines. These were marketed under the name Speed. They were already before the second world war developed by Pierre Brissonnet, which they developed from 1949 under that name. He left the production over to Mors who started there in 1951. In 1955 sold the manufacturing rights to Alcyon and Mors went back to electronic devices. The company was in the eighties, when there has long been no more cars and motorcycles were built, acquired by the Dutchman Gé Voortman. When he began in 1996 with the import of the Chinese Chunlan-motorcycles he brought them under the brand name Mors on to the market.

Honda P50

1968

Honda model P50 of 1968. This is a 50cc 4 stroke OHV engine in rear wheel. Build from 1966 to 1969. To the large 19 inch wheels and the yellow moped plates you can see that this is a Dutch version both was sold in Belgium.

Terrot VA

1940

French WWII motorcycle.
Terrot 750cc 2 cylinder in V in perfectly driving State. Very rare motorcycle.


Lambretta model C

1951

Harley-Davidson WLD

1942

Perfect frame with fork and NOS (New Old Stock) crankcases of a rare extra-high compression engine of Harley. This is the forerunner of the later WLDR and WR, the real racers from Harley. Engine has an original VIN number and crankcase halves have matching numbers. All other parts are available, price on request. 3-speed gearbox: € 1200. / 4-speed gearbox: € 1600 / 4-speed gearbox with WR cllutchgear style forAll other parts are available, price on request. 3-speed gearbox: € 1200. 4-speed gearbox: € 1600 4-speed gearbox with WR cllutchgear style for narrow link: € 1700

Peugeot Cyclo-moto Dame et Homme

1923

Light French motorcycle who previously was made for commuting. This is exceptionally rare model here offered in both performances, both men and women model!!
This motocycle has a 110cc single speed Peugeot engine.

Rene Gillet H

1931

Motosacoche 311 F

1929

Early implementation of a Swiss Motosacoche model tourisme in first paint. This motorcycle has a 350cc engine ioe from MAG and a 3 speed Burman gearbox.
Motorcycle is pretty complete and original, chain cover is restored and exhaust is wrong.

BMW R12

1939

Very nice and accurate restoration of a German BMW model R12 of 1939. This is a 750 cc boxer SV with pressed frame and shaft drive.
This is a full restoration with all the bills of the restoration, see the 2 report covers. Moto runs perfect, jump on and drive. Extra parts are the duo seat and saddle bags (see last picture).

Harley-Davidson J

1923

Nice basis for restoration of a Harley 1000cc V-twin with a ioe engine.

Mors Speed S1C

1952

Mors Speed model S1C of 1952. This is a 2 stroke 115cc with 2 gears.
Mors is a famous French Car Builder of the early 1900 's who later switched to electrical appliances and was owned by the brothers Emile and Louis Mors. Mors built two scooter models with 115 and 125 cc two-stroke engines. These were marketed under the name Speed. They were already before the second world war developed by Pierre Brissonnet, which they developed from 1949 under that name. He left the production over to Mors who started there in 1951. In 1955 sold the manufacturing rights to Alcyon and Mors went back to electronic devices. The company was in the eighties, when there has long been no more cars and motorcycles were built, acquired by the Dutchman Gé Voortman. When he began in 1996 with the import of the Chinese Chunlan-motorcycles he brought them under the brand name Mors on to the market.

Nimbus 4 cylinder

1949

Danish Nimbus in good driving condition.
This motorcycle you get a lot for very little money, namely:
Big engine 750cc
4 cylinder
Ohv
Overhead camshaft
Open valves
Shaft drive
Special design
What more could you want on a motorcycle???

Gillet Esafette

1951

Very beautiful and unrestored Gillet of the Belgian army. This is a 500cc SV of 1955. Motorcycle comes from the army reserves and has driven 20,000 km and is so original but still in perfectly driving State. The hard to find parts such as Gillet speedo and G-cap on oil box is still on the bike.

BSA B33

1960

Nice basis for restoration of an English BSA model B33. This is a 500cc OHV. Missing parts are carb, primary chain cover and some small parts.

NSU Quickly

1957

Very beautiful restoration of a German NSU model Quickly of 1957. This is a 50cc 2 stroke with 2 hand gears. Got this moped itself already some 100s of km run-in and everything works perfectly.

BMW R26

1959

Rare version of a BMW R26. Normally, these 250cc OHV always in black with white striping, but in 1959 BMW made this one year for Switzerland in silver with white striping and chrome tank. This bike is completely original (first paint) and starts and runs perfectly. Original 2150km. 2009-2010 : 1600 - 2150 km driven
22/3/2011: 25km
29/5/2011: 35km
02/6/2011: 35km
03/6/2011: 25km
07/9/2011: 14km
...

Monark JLO

1938

Swedish Monark built-in engine of the German brand Ilo. This is a 100cc 2 stroke with 2 gears.
Beautiful combination that original is built in a Monark cycle.

Saroléa Vedette

1956

Nice basis for a restoration of a Belgian Saroléa model Vedette. This is a 350cc OHV, 1956. Fuel tank is wrong, this is a side-valve but can be easily adapted.

Norton 16H

1944

English WWII Norton model 16 H. This is a 500cc SV of 1944. This motorcycle is perfectly restored and is in very good driving condition. There are already many great tours with this moto driven.
This motorcycle has the metal plate on the rear fender with the contract number of the army and the saddle bags are original!! no repro!

DKW SB 500

1938

Beautiful German DKW SB500. This is a 500cc 2cylinder 2 stroke in original unrestored condition.
Missing parts are: saddle cover, oil cap, clutch leveler and cover ignition.

Saroléa Mototraction Type D

1933

Only one known to exist.
Normally 3.500 euro now 2.750 euro.

Gilera Marté

1939

Restoration project of a very rare army implementation of a Gilera Marté. This is a 500cc SV with traction on the sidecar.
If someone has this sidecar for sale, please let me know.
Only 3 bikes known to exist. There were 2 of these motorcycles in Italian private collections but there is just 1 of sold to Russia. This makes: 1 in Italy in private collection, 1 in Russian private museum and 1 is nowhere for sale!!!

Gillet Sport

1927

Very nice and rare Belgian Gillet 500cc OHV model Sport.
Early version with the embedded spring in the front fork and the open valve puchrods. This motorcycle is made in 1927 and sold to Stockler in Vienna (Austria) on 09/05/01928.
Some small parts are missing but the rest of this motorcycle is in very good original condition and the engine is loose and has compression.

BSA J12

1935

Rare English BSA model J12. This is a 500cc V-twin OHV engine with a closed inlet valve and an open exhaust valve. A total of 126 motorcycles where build most of them are sold to the army. A small portion is privately sold.
This is a civilian model in original paint. Motocycle is technically completely overhauled. Everything is internally refreshed, new pistons, valves, all bearings in engine, gearbox and wheels, ...

motosacoche A1

1904

The Swiss brothers Dufaux were already very early along in building engines. In the early years had the most bicycle dealers not to develop its own capital to engines and thus became commonly used built-in engines for bicycles. It is usually used with a clip-on engine which cast brackets on the vranckcase to the frame. You had also added a fueltank, oil system, ignition, etc. The brothers Dufaux here had a very nice solution. They built everything in a support frame that using some mounting nuts and could be built in a few seconds in each bicycle frame. Hence the name moto-sacoche what means motorcycle - bag.
This motorcycle is in unrestored and in completely original condition. Engine is loose and has compression. This bike is also equipped with the 'Condor Patent federgabel' as front fork.

Sunbeam S8

1950

Unrestored original English Sunbeam model S8. This is a 500cc 2 cylinder in line with overhead camshaft and shaft drive. Motorcycle comes strait out of a barn
Some small parts are missing but the motorcycle itself is in a very nice original condition.

Harley-Davidson VL

1930

Harley-Davidson model VL of 1930. This is a 1200cc - 74 Ci V-twin SV. This model is made from 1930 to 1936. The first year was all unique. Just as the 1930 models had the dual headlights, dual exhaust, round toolbox, generator,... This makes this a very rare model as it is 1 year only.
Because this bike is used during the years there are some adjustments over the years happened as the odometer, dashboard, ignition lock and side covers in rear fender. This is easy to build back to original.

Matchless G80L

1946

After the success of the war motorcycle 350cc (G3l) Matchless start building in 1945 a 500cc released with telescope font fork. Only a few are delivered to the army.
This is such a rare early army implementation offered for restoration. Motorcycle is in good condition but has some missing parts.

Mobylette Kaptein E.E.G.

1967

Completely original and fully complete Dutch Mobylette E.E.G. 50cc 2stroke. In perfect running condition.

Indian 741B

1941

Beautiful American WWII Indian model 741B. This is a SV 500cc V-twin from 1941.
Very nice basis for restoration, engine and gearbox are already reviewed. Missing components are: battery, exhaust, odometer, amp. meters, rear lights and rubber hose between carburetor and air filter.

Royal Enfield Clipper

1959

English Royal Enfield model Clipper of 1959. This is a 350cc OHV. Motor has run and gears work but there is still some work to cabling.

The Aberdale autocycle

1949

After the war were bicycles with auxiliary engine popular in England. Aberdale started in 1947 with the production and announced this Deluxe version as their new model. This model came in 1949 with the new Villiers engine Mark 2F (98cc single speed). There are very little of this Aberdale's created, the firm was taken over by the end of 1949 by their competitor Bown who made an almost identical model
This is one of the last Aberdale's that is created because he is still delivered under the name Aberdale but has an engine and frame number of Bown. This moto is completely original and still in the first paint. Engine runs but just need wiring check up.

Velocette L.E. Mk 1

1950

This English Velocette model L.E. MK 1 is the first version with a 150cc four-stroke water-cooled horizontally opposed twin cylinder with shaft drive.
Motocycle hes had a full restoration with new pistons, valves, overhaul carburator, new brakes, ...Motorcycle starts and runs very good but everything still needs to be adjusted equally.

F.N. M22 LUXE

1959

Beautiful restored Belgian FN model M22 luxe with full plating. This is a 250cc 2 stroke 2 cylinder. After restoration never used.

F.N. M22

1952

Older restoration of a Belgian FN model M22 with a 250cc 2 stroke 2cylinder engine. Motorcycle has done until last year different oldtimer rides but can now use a good review.

F.N. M22

1955

Belgian FN model M22. This is a 250cc 2cylinder 2stroke.

Puch 800 + Felber sidecar

1936

Very beautiful restoration of a 800cc 4 cylinder that rarely comes up for sale.
Motocycle start and runs perfect.


Harley-Davidson WL

1947

Beautiful Harley WL of 1947. This is a 750cc V-twin SV. A few years ago, completely overhauled (engine, gearbox, front fork, wheels ...) and about 800km run-in. Beginning 2012 new paint.
Motorcycle is in very nice condition and also has the for 1946 new 'Monroe shock absorber' on the front fork.

Horex Resident

1956

Harley-Davidson 31D

1931

Nice basis for a restoration of a Harley-Davidson model D of 1931. This is a 750cc (45Ci) Sv of which only 715 where build.

Flandria De luxe

1963

Beautiful Belgian Flandria 50cc 1963 model 'De luxe'. Comes from the first owner who no longer used. Motor is stuck because of long storage. The rest is fully complete and totally original.

BMW R52

1928

Beautifully restored rare early BMW model R52. This is a 500cc side valve with shaft drive. Motor runs good. Not original is the carburetor but it can be supplied at an additional cost.

BMW R35/2

1945

German Model BMW R35 / 2 of 1945. This is a 350cc OHV with pressed frame and shaft drive. Before the war, BMW (Bayerische Motoren Werke) had 2 factories, one in Bayer (Munich) and one in Eisenach. During the war, the whole production moved to Eisenach to escape the British bombers. After the war, the Iron Curtain came and fell Eisenach in eastern Germany. For the BMW workers there was no problem and they producethe war models as a civilian version. Both the large BMW R75 and the smaller R35. If they run out of parts of the R75, they stopped the production.The R35 was also produced, first in BMW original version later when they hade to change their name to EMW (Esenach Motoren Werke) they modernize this model. This is an early version as the first models R35 and still in original paint. Exhaust pipe and center stand and some small parts are missing. Engine has compression and you can take the gears.

FN M67

1929

Beautiful base for restoration of a Belgian FN model M67.
This is a 500cc OHV of 1929 with the big fuel tank.

Saroléa 38H

1938

Saroléa 1000cc boxer with driven sidecar. Of these Saroléa there are only 10-12 known to exist with two civilian models and 1 army. So this would be the only restored one of two military models. Motorcycle and sidecar is most restored and is 95% complete. Of all the missing parts is an example available and the original drawnings.

Harley-Davidson WLA

1943

Harley-Davidson 750cc V-Twin. Nice restoration project with many new parts. Engine is overhauled, gearbox is working, perfect frame. New components are: oil pipes, fuel line, fuel filter, ignition lock, seat, tires, brake handle, button horn, ...
Also many new chromed parts are on this motorcycle.
Missing parts are: batterijbox and what small nuts and bolts.

Gillet estafette

1951

Very nice Belgian army Gillet 500cc side valve of 1951. This motorcycle comes from the war stock of the army and therefore has very little run. Completely original and in the first paint, good running.


Harley-Davidson JD

1927

American Harley-Davidson model JD. This is a 1200cc IOE of 1927.
This is a very good basis for restoration.

Harley-Davidson J

1928

Harley-Davidson model J from 1928. This is a 1000cc V-twin Ioe. Originally purchased by a doctor in Friesland. Motocycle comes from 3rd owner. This motorcycle is in good working condition and is on sale with or without a sidecar.
Trips:
- 1/03/12: 10km testdriving
- 4/03/12: 130 km
- 13/03/12: 1km carburator flost broken
- 14/03/12: batterij broken down
- 17/03/12: 35km inclusive 500m pushing to tankstation, no fuel
- 18/03/12: 32km
- 19/03/12: 25km
- 20/03/12: 20km
- 22/03/12: 25km
- 23/03/12: 45km
- 24/03/12: 75km
- 25/03/12: 30km
- 27/03/12: 20km
- 06/04/12: 35km
- 09/04/12: 140km
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Mundus

1907

Danish engine mounted on the Norwegian Gresvig cycling around 1907. The engine was 80ccm. Mundus was the most Northern motorcycle builder of Norway. The only thing known of this brand is that there was registered with number plate T398 1 in Alesund. But according to the family nothing exist of this bike anymore. As far as we know there is only 1 other found a few years ago in Denmark. Furthermore, there are no pictures of known.

Peugeot P105

1929

Very beautiful restoration of a French Peugeot model P105 of 1929. This is a 350cc OHV. These blue implementation is an original color of 1929.
Original sold in Chateau-Gontier (Mayenne-France) at L. Morillon.

FN M90

1931

Older restoration of a Belgian FN Model M90. This is a 500cc SV of 1931. Engine has compression and you can take the gears. Motorcycle was long in storrage and nead a good maintanance and chek-up.

Motobécane MB1

1925

Beautifully restored French Motobécane model MB1. This is an early model with belt drive and a 175cc 2stroke engine. This motorcycle comes from an old private collection and must be started up again.

Zundapp KS50 Falconette 510-272

1962

German Zundapp KS 50 Falconette in the first paint. Completely original and good running. This is a 50cc 2stroke with 4-foot gears.

Itom Super Sport

1959

BSA W35-7

1935

English sporting BSA 500cc OHV with double outlet of 1935.
Started restoration but never finished. Motorcycle is now build together to show that everything is present and in good condition. Also the original headlight, handles, and even the original very rare Eureka oil pressure gauge. Everything is in a very good condition, no rust and no dents nothing broken. This is an easy project to finish.

Alcyon

1947

France Alcyon moped with a 50cc VAP Engine. Engine is running but has a review necessary.

Terrot LSC -2CV Sport Confort

1928

French Terrot model LSC . This is the sports version of a 175cc 2 stroke flat tanker with rim brake. This bike is in good original paint. Engine has good compression and you can take the gears. Missing parts are the exhaust and the connecting rod between manual transmission and gearbox. These parts you can order at Chambrier in France.

NSU Prima

1959

Beautiful unrestored and completely original German NSU scooter model Prima of 1959. This is a 150cc with electric starter. Motocyclenead to be restarted but that should be no problem because this bike is put aside in running condition a few years ago. Bike needs some TLC. Nsu started in 1950 with the production of a scooter. This was a licensed construction of the Lambretta with a 125cc engine. The motors came from Italy and the bodywork was built at Volkswagen. The contract stopped In 1956 and NSU went on to their own constructed 150cc scooter.

Terrot Type 3

1914

Rare version with foatboards of a Terrot model 3 of 1914. This is with a 317cc side valve Zedel engine. Look also at the additional attributes such as 3 special tool boxes and the starting system at the rear axle.

F.N. M13

1951

Belgium armybike FN 450 cc SV from 1951. Look at the very special front and back suspension, with rubbers - elastic. Bike is in very good original condition. Only 1470 build of this model. With original registration and perfect running. Look also to the original and rare oilbottle.

Zundapp KS750

1943

Beautiful restoration of Zundapp KS750. This 750cc boxer OHV with shaft drive en driven sidecarwheel. This engine has 4 road gears, 4 field gears, reverse gear,… Very complete with ammunition boxes, gun support MG34, spare tire, jerrycan, duoseat, Towling hook with trayler model IF8. Engine runs good and everything is in working condition.

Saroléa 25P sport

1929

Of these 25 P Saroléa model 350 cc OHV sport of 1929 there are only 825 units built. Motorcycle is in good condition and complete.

Motoconfort ZS 125 Speciale

1962

Saroléa 23M super sport

1926

Unrestored Saroléa model 23M Super Sport of 1926. Engine is checked and is in good running condition. This is a 500cc OHV flat tanker is very rare for sale. Very nice winter project.

BMW R12 + Stoye sidecar

1940

Early implementation of a 1940 BMW R12 model. This is a 750cc boxer with pressed frame and shaft drive. In the beginning of the war was still Stoy sidecar factory supplier of their own design sidecar to the Wehrmacht. This model has also the first implementation of the 'Art Deco' fenders and foot bord.

Zundapp K800

1935

Early model of a Zundapp K800 from 1935 in First paint. This is a 4 cylinder 800cc with shaft drive. Completely original and good driving. Even with the original rare walzentacho (speedo) and duo seat. This motorcycle is sold in 1935 at 'AJ Duilmelaar motoren' in Breda (Netherlands). You can see the original dealer plate on the headlight. Tis motorcycle has still the original licenceplate.

BMW R75 + IF8

1942

German BMW model R75 from 1942. This is a 750cc boxer and with IF-8 trailer. Motorcycle is good running and complete with jerry-can, leather material bins, covers and gunmout with dummy MG34, original tire on sparewheel with original lock, ....

Zundapp KS 600

1941

Beautiful restoration of a Zundapp model KS 600. This is a 600cc OHV boxer with pressed frame and shaft drive. Engine runs good and all gears working perfect. In 1943 all German vehicles had to change color and they were all repainted after the 'Heeresmitteilung No. 181' of 1943 in this yellow color. Extra on this bike are the early model leather saddlebags instead of the later metal ones. 11.750 €

Gillet 720 AF

1940

750cc 2stroke German warbike of Belgian manufacture. Excellent, fully restored, 1939?, rare Belgian Gillet model 720, which was special ordered by the French army in preparation of the upcoming war. In 1939, France tested several army motorcycles in Vicennes, because the Gnome et Rhone (model AX800) factory could not build enough motorcycles for the French army. The original Belgian army sidecar was then classified as a secret and was not allowed to cross Belgian borders.The test where done with a Belgian (other brand) sidecar. Gillet was the only motorcycle which could easily handle 50% slopes. The French army was impressed and an order of 1500 Gillets were ordered, however, with the French side car "Bernadet Porte Dragon," and would begin delivery from May 1, 1940. Of this initial order, the first 50 motorcycles, which were to be delivered the 1st of May, did not arrive. The German company Bosch did not provide the electrics because they first wanted to know who were receiving these bikes. Germany simply would not complete the orders because they were already at war with France. The delivery was delayed 10 days, and on May 10th, Germany attacked Belgium and the motorcycles were never delivered to France. ( but were struck by the Germans). The production was also further delayed by the forced Belgian laborers as much as possible. Only 745 bikes were delivered to the German army (notice the Waffen office stamp behind the serial number). To date, only about 10 of these Gillet model 720 are known to exist, but of these, ALL of them are without a sidecar. The is the ONLY ONE know to exist german version with a sidecar. With this link you see the bike running: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SPpsPCYynIE&feature=youtube_gdata

Précision Sidecar T.S.Grand Luxe

1950

Belgian Précision sidecar of the 50s. This was a license build sidecar from the German Stoye factory that was built by Fr. Vanderschrick S.A. in Brussels. Nice boot with all the suspensions and fixings to the motorcycle.

Indian 741B

1941

Original unrestored Indian 741B of 1941. This is a 500cc V-twin. Motocycle is not fully complete but still largely in original paint with the original military markings.

Peugeot Q

1905

Peugeot a famous pioneer in car (1899) and motorcycle (1904) industries. First using Zedel-engines and later on there own engines (look on the marks on the engine P.F. = Peugeot-Fréres).This is a rare unrestored 450cc 1 cylinder 4 stroke engine from the beginning of the motorcycle period (1905). These bike has the special Truffault front fork.

BMW R42

1926

First ever BMW 500cc side valve. Very nice restoration. Start well and runs very nicely.

BMW R50

1955

good running BMW R50 from 1955.

Harley-Davidson WLA

1944

Harley in good unrestored condition.
This bike has not been spoiled by bad restorations. Beautiful original and nearly complete. Missing parts in the picture : saddlecover, chainguard, clutch cable and rear brake adjuster. These components are included in the sale. Engine turns over (not running) and gearbox works.
This motorcycle is delivered to the U.S. Army between June and August 1944.

Peugeot P105

1928

Running Peugeot model P105 of 1928. This is a 350cc OHV engine with a very nice engine. Motocycle is pretty original with additional options such as larger open foldable luggage rack, oilcan en oilcan holder, air pump, ... Missing parts: chainguard, but it is so to order in France.

Saroléa 47 S6

1947

Original unrestored Saroléa model S6 from 1947. This is the last 600cc OHV with webvork. From this model there are only 170 made it to what makes a rare appearance. Motorcycle is completely after a few minor details. Nice project of a rare fast matorcycle.

BSA WM20

1944

Beautifully restored British BSA M20 from 1944. This is a 500cc side valve. Motocycle is in beautiful restored condition and good running.
You can see this bike running on: http://www.youtube.com/user/HDCLASSICBE

Zundapp KS600

1941

Zundapp 600cc OHV from 1941. Bike is in running condition but need a check-up. Also army sidecar for sale.

Harley-Davidson WLA

1942

Older restoration of WWII Harley 750cc V-twin of 1942. Motorcycle has been suffered some years mobile put aside. This bicycle needs therefore a maintenance and must be started up.

Harley-Davidson XA

1942

Under impression of the German successes in North Africa (under comand of E. Rommel) the USA army staff believed that the chain operated motorcycles of the American army can not beat the German shaftdriven BMW's in the dessert. These motorcycles played a important role in this North African desert. William Harley could get a German BMW R12 with the help of the Netherlands . This motorcycle was the basis for making the XA, by simply change alle measures from cm. to inches. This basis was then further dressed with the typical Harley components and this way was the XA born and ready for testing end 1941 beginning 1942. When the XA was tested and ready for massa production the battle had been already fought for North Africa and remained it at the first 1000 XA's.The further orders of this motorcycle were blown off. Entirely original motorcycle which is restored in the USA for the commemoration of 60 the anniversary landing of Normandy. Later on is this bike never used. This is 750cc boxer SV with shaft drive.

F.N. M70 Sahara

1927

Entirely original and unrestored FN 350cc SV of 1927 model M70 Sahara. Magnet has been overhauled and carburettor is well. Engine starts good after 1 kick.

NSU Kettenkrad

1942

German kettenkrad from NSU. Still with the original Opel engine. Good running.

BMW R12

1938

This BMW R12 (750cc SV) Is been used by the Albanie Waffen-SS (raised bij Heinrich Himler end 1942 begin 1943). This bike is still in original Waffen-SS paint and in good complete condition. After the war this bike was in the warmuseum of Tirana. On 21 August, a German delegation left for Tirana, the capital of Albanie. Member of the delegation was President-Minister Franz Jozef Strauss (1915-1988) and Mr. Dersch (director of Daimler-Benz from 1/1/1976 until 12/1/1989). They were the only foreign delegation permitted to meet Mr Enver Hoxha, dictator of Albanie. After this visit is this bike given to Herr Derch as a present. Now 30years later is this bike still in this original crate.

Opel Motoclub T

1929

After adoption of the licentie of Neumann-Neanders could use Opel the special frames of Neander to bring back their own motorcycle on the market. This is a 500cc SV of 1929.Older restoration with use tracks. New exhaust is with the moto.

Ariel Square four

1951

Ariel SQ4 1000cc 4 cylinder from 1951.

Harley-Davidson WLA

1942

WWII Harley model 42WLA. Nice restoration but not all parts are original. Wrong parts are: speedo, oilcap, horn and some bolts and nuts. Also for sale complete leather set: saddle, saddlebags, gunscabbart + 625 euro.

Praga 500cc DOHC

1929

Very rare Praga 500cc DOHC from 1929. Engine is a J.F. Koch-designed engine and build by Breitfeld-Danek. Extra for sale is a spare engine with magneto for 1500 euro.

Saroléa 25 L

1927

Belgium Saroléa 350cc O.H.V Supersport from 1927 in perfect running condition. Older restoration.

BMW R75

1943

German BMW R75 warbike 750cc with 2wheel drive. Bike is in good running condition with many extra's like: towling hook, 2 amunitiontrailers IF8, 3 toolbokses on bike and sidecar, jerry-can, Gunmount, ...22.500 €

ammunition trailer IF-8 IF-8

Original ammunition trailer for BMW R75 or Zundapp K750.
Normally 1.250 euro now 750 euro.

IMZ M 75

1946

In 1940, the Russian's were testing 15 different brands of military motorcycles in order to choose a standard model for their troops. After heavy testing,they decided to copy the german Bmw R71.(750 cc side valve boxer) Some details were changed and so the M72 was born.Production started in 1941 in Moskva and later on in Irbit.(Ural plant) In November 1942, the factory planned a head-valve version of the M72,using cilinder heads of the Bmw R51.Although engine power was increased from 22hp to 28hp, this model never went into production due to high production costs. In 1946 further development was done using the heads of the bmw R75. This resulted in the M75, a very succesfull race machine producing 40hp and top speed on to 170 km/h. The M75 was the basic for other later race models such as the M75M and the M80. The bike showed here is an early '46 model (frame nr. 006) still with the kick starter. On later models this item was dropped. Only 10 ex. built, is this the last survivor ready to race. This bike is coming out of the collection of A.Popov from Riga, Litvia ( see picture). Some years ago this bike was fully tested and described in 'Motorrad Classic'. Also described in Weav's book of Russian motorcycle history and manny websites.

ammunition trailer IF-8

New ammunition trailer for BMW R75 or Zundapp K750.

Monet & Goyon RS 250

1925

Monet-Goyon was founded in 1917 by Joseph Monet and Adrian Goyon in Macon - France. For many years this was a French leading brand in the moto Racing with race drivers like Sourdot, Hommaire, and Goussorgues Debaisieux. They used Villiers and MAG engine. In 1929, this company worked together with Koehler-Escoffier. In 1959 the company closes the doors. This is a very rare 250cc 2stroke suppersport model. The engine is a rare Villiers 'Mark VIII A' which is made only 2 years. The gearbox is a Burman. This flattanker with hand-operated oil pump on the tank, tallontires and belt drive was in the '20 a famous bike on race tracks. In 1926 they updated this model with chain drive and was the type name RC3. The fueltank was once painted over, but the paint is easy to remove and underneath is still painted blue with gold striping. The engine is stuck but there is one extra piston included . Possibly also the additional engine (which is loose) on sale for 275 €.

BMW R12

1939

Early implementation of an army BMW model R12. This 750cc boxer with pressed frame and shaft drive. Typically for an early implementation are art-deco mudguards, the small cap of the petrol tank, the footboards,… Typical for an army implementation are the military speedo, the army air cleanere, the reinforced frame for possible sidecare use,… Very beautiful restoration with eye for detail.

BMW R11

1934

Very beautiful restoration of a BMW model R11 of 1935. This 750cc boxer with pressed frame and shaft drive. These motorcycle has also the beautiful frontfork with leafsprings.

BMW R4

1935

These BMW model R4 serial 4 of 1935 is a 400cc ohv 1 cyclinder with pressed frame, shaft drive and frontfork with leafsprings. This model was for and during the war training model for all kradmelders of the German army. By its reliability this model has proved services also at the front. This is beautiful retoration with original seat covers. 6750 €

BMW R66

1938

These very rare and fast BMW model R66 of 1938 is a 600cc boxer ohv. This was the first model in the world with a telescopic frontfork and rear suspension, this already in 1938. Because of this even the most sceptical English press was very praising concerning these revolutionary moto. That time the fastest private bicycle (145km/h and 30pk) was which one could buy. For its time the speed, four accelerations, front and rear suspension and 600cc OHV engine, foot-changed 4 gears a very unique combination which was later very normal but in that time revolutionary. This model was for 4 years the top model of BMW and also one of the most expensive ones is. For this reason there are only 1669 bikes build. What these motocycle now make a rare apparition.

BMW R6

1937

These rare BMW model R6 of 1937 is a 600cc boxer SV. This was the first model with telescopic frontsuspension but still without rear suspension. Very reliable strong BMW that has been restored nicely. Entirely perfectly working state. Pay attention to the special fork which is on top of regulable. This model is built in 1937, and there has been only build 1,850 of this model.

BMW R71

1941

This is a very rare (production number: 3.458) German BMW model R71. Counterpart of R12 but not with pressed but the tubler frame. This is no Rusische convert of a M72 but original R71. Look to the detailpictures the experts will notice the difference. Motorcycle is in goodrunning state and with extra schovel, gun support with copy MG34, ammunition box, gas mask can and card case.

Saroléa Racing 30R

1930

Very beautiful race Saroléa model 30R of 1930. This is the first model of 500cc racing Saroléa. Only in 1930, these models, had a standing cylinder as from 1931 this was a sloper model and would proceed in the monotube models. Motocycle is in completely original and driving state. Matching numbers of engine, gearbox, cylinder,… Pay attention especially to the race carburettor with double float chamber and on the racebrakes with coolingfins. Of this model there are less then 200 motorcycles has been made and at this moment but 5 other known to exist. This is an unique chance to own a very rare and old racing Saroléa.

Harley-Davidson WLA

1942

With original saddlebags!! Older restoration of a war Harley of which some components are not original but easily be to adapt. This motorcycle has stood some years in a showroom therefore must these be started up.

Harley-Davidson WLA

1942

This war Harley has been ever restored but with some wrong components. For this reason offered as retauratieproject

ammunition trailer IF-8

New ammunition trailer for BMW R75 or Zundapp K750

Zundapp K500

1936

Perfect restored Zundapp model K500 of 1936 in perfectly driving state. This 500cc SV boxer with pressed frame and shaft drive. Motocycle is in very good original state with a lot of extra' s such as original saddle, original duoseat, original very rare standard in the footboard, original air pump, all bolts original (RIBE),…

BMW R75 + trayler

1943

German BMW model R75 of 1945. This 750cc boxer with driven sidecar and IF-8 trayler. Motorcycle is goodrunning and complete with jerrycan, amunitionboxes, covers for sidecar and trayler and gun support.

BMW R12

1940

Beautiful restoration of BMW model R12 of 1938. This is a 750cc boxer SV with presed frame and shaft drive. This is an early version with the Art Deco fenders. Bike starts and runs good.

Indian 101 Scout

1930

Beautiful compeet original Indian 101 Scout 750cc (45ci) of 1930. Motorcycle is still in the first paint and in excelling state. As option has these Indian the original Stewart-Warner speedo on the fueltank.

Zundapp K800

1938

Very beautiful German Zundapp 800cc 4 cylinder of 1938. This is an older one but still very beautiful restoration. Motorcycle is in running condition. The sidecar is a German Royal-sport-Seitenwagen a model Bugatti.
Normally 19.850 euro now 16.950 euro. Movie see link: http://www.youtube.com/user/HDCLASSICBE#p/a/u/0/62LzOIpvCPE

Ducati - Condor A350

1972

Nicely complete Swiss Condor 350cc (Ducati engine). Bike is in running condition with all the extra parts like, gunmount, saddlebags, tools, book with all trips and fuel consumption.

BMW R12 + sidecar

1938

BMW model R12 Wehrmacht of 1938 is in running condition. This 750cc boxer with shaft drive and pressed frame. Motocycle is a good base for restoration.

Alfa-Romeo/Fibrocar 1900 Super

1959

Very rare Belgian car based on an Alfa-Romeo Spider. Manufactured in Brussels by brothers Sol (Fibrocar). After making five cars, people stopped production at Fibrocar. This is probably the only remaining Fibrocar. The model is based on the Corvette. Car is in perfect running condition.

Royal Enfield Type 500

1929

Unrestored original British Royal Enfield 500cc side valve of 1929. First year with saddle tank. This is the standard model with Pelgrim oil sump pump and oil tank in the fueltank. Motorcycle has been untouched in a barn for manny years. Should be refurbished but engine is in running condition.

BSA 3.49HP

1927

British BSA 350 SV from 1927. Deluxe model with wide front fender. Motorcycle comes straight from the barn, completely original and fully complete. In original paint. Engine has good compression and gearbox is working. This bike should not be restored, only a technical review.

Harley-Davidson WLA Type III

1942

Harley-Davidson WLA type III, which is an early version of the military Harley. this bike is original and unrestored is a very good basis for restoration. Some small parts are missing like headlights, taillights, rear cylinder exhaust piece, ..

BMW R12

1940

This German BMW model R12 has a 750cc side valve boxer engine with pressed frame and shaft drive. This bike was fully restored some years ago and since then has driven 24,000 km without problems.

BMW R35

1938

This German BMW R35 is from 1938. This is a 350cc OHV with pressed frame and shaft drive. This bike has been completely overhauled and just used for 23km.

Triumph TT

1913

Beautiful original Triumph Model H in first paint and running condition. This is a 500cc side valve with belt drive and two gears in the rear hub. This bike has participated in the Pioneer run in Uk and has a Pioneer certificate number 1639.

Neracar USA

1923

This is an early USA model. It has a 13.5 cu.in/221cc 2-stroke engine with friction drive and special frontwheelhub steering.

Sunbeam B25

1939

Very rare and fast UK Sunbeam Model 25B.
This is a 500cc OHV model of the Hi-Cam version. Of these, only + / - 200 units built. This bike has wrong wheels and fork, but meanwhile I found the original parts and are included in the sale.

BSA M33-10 sloper

1933

Beautiful and rare British BSA 600cc SV sloper. Deluxe model with fuel tank panel and large Lucas headlamp. Motorcycle is completely outside the original cylinder. These they had once repaired with an older type of cylinder. Original NOS cylinder head comes with the bike but the cylinder I'm still looking for.

Ultima type B

1923

Rare French Ultima model B. This is a 400cc SV with 2 gears and belt drive.
Motorcycle is complete and in running condition.

Goulding sidecar LS29

The first Goulding sidecars were built from 1910 in Australia. From 1923 they started production in Milwaukee USA.
This model LS29 Goulding sidecar is built of + / - 1923 to late 1952. These sidecars were built on Indian Chief, Scout and 4 cylinders, but also to Ace, Excelsior, Henderson, Harley 45ci, WL WLA WLC model D, ... but also to the Harley J, JD, VL.
This original gondola is complete with armrests and seat. There are many elements from the frame but the frame itself is missing.

Garelli Sport de luxe

1965

Beautiful Italian Garelli 50cc model Sport lde luxe of + / - 1965. With 4 handgears. This moped has always stood in the showroom and has never been sold and is thus completely original to 2.5 km on the clock. This moped nead a good maintanance and must be started again. Missing components: exhaust curve.

Lambretta LD150

1957

Italian Lambrette model LD150 of 1957. This is a 150cc 2 stroke. This scooter is in good condition and still in original paint. With original licence plate.

Fn M67 comfort

1926

Rare early Belgian FN Model M67. This is a 500cc OHV of 1924. This is a comfort version, with the thick balloontyres en rimbrakes.

Excelsior Autobike de Luxe

1947

English Excelsior Autobyke de Lux model 47/S1 of + / - 1947. This is a 98cc 2 stroke.

Norton model 50

1936

Older restoration of a rare English Norton Model 50. This is a 350cc OHV. This model is made from 1933 to 1940 and from 1956 to 1963 and is similar to Norton Model 18 (500cc). Motocycle is in good running condition.
You can see this bike runnig on: http://www.youtube.com/user/HDCLASSICBE#p/a/u/1/Z1sAANvpM0o

VW-schwimmwagen 166

1944

Harley-Davidson V

1932

Early implementation of a Harley model V. This is a 1200cc - 74 Ci build from 1930 to 1936 and this is made in 7 different models whose ' 32 is one of the rarest (478 bikes produced). Some minor details are wrong as the double headlights have been on the 1930 model only. The C behind the engine number indicate on the option of nickel-iron pistons.

Indian Big Chief

1928

Nice basis for restoration. This is an early flat tanker Indian Big Chief (1200cc-74Ci) of 1928.
Missing parts are exhort silencer, chain guard and what small parts.

Norton 16H

1939

Harley-Davidson WLD

1942

Rare Harley-Davidson model WLD. This is a 750cc Extra high compression. This was the model between the normal civilian Harley model WL and the Race Harley model WLDR. This WLD had lighting opposite the WLDR who was not allowed on the road. This was also the last year before the war that Harley built motorcycles for civilian use.
This motorcycle is offered for restoration. Motorcycle is fully complete, engine has compression and you can take the gears. With this motorcycle comes a second NOS (New Old Stock) crankcase.

Puch 500Z

1933

Not fully complete but rarely for sale, an Austrian Puch 500cc 2 cylinder with clutch in the rear wheel.
Puch had 2 heavy models as their top motorcycles the 800cc 4 cylinder and 500cc 2 cylinder like this one.
This is a unique opportunity to obtain a restoration project of a very rare model.

BMW R75

1943

Very nice and original German Wehrmachtgespann 750cc boxer with driven sidecar.
This motorcycle is fully original and a good runner. The ammunition boxes are new all the rest is original. Itself the small details are not reproduction!!!!
Rarely to find in this State!!!!


Royal Enfield model 355 sport

1929

Rare British Royal Enfield 350cc OHV 1929. This is the deluxe model with separate oil sump. First model with saddle tank. Original unrestored bike well complete.

Indian power plus

1917

Older restoration of a Indian 1000cc of 1917 with electric lighting.With this motorcycle they have made many trips until a few years ago the age of the previous owner allowed this anymore. Than a few years stood still and is now on sale.

Triumph 5/1

1935

British Triumph 550cc side valve of 1935. Motorcycle is complete except the gear shifter on the fuel tank. Unrestored and original. Engine is loose and gearbox is working.

Norton CJ1

1931

In 1927 Walter Moore developed the 500cc overhead camshaft model CS1 engine. First developed for the factory racers and from 1928 also available as a regular road bike. In 1928 there was also a 350cc version on the market. The model designation CS and CJ was an indication to the engine model, C for the camshaft and racing segment, S Senior (500cc) and J for Junior (350cc). In 1929, following disagreements over the rights of developing this successful camshaft design, leaving Roger Moore at NSU where he further developed this engine and thus NSU was a big opponent of Norton. Many collectors like Norton explained NSU 'Norton Spares Used'. Moore was succeeded by Arthur Carole he revised this engine. From 1931 - 1939, this new engine was used in the CS and CJ.
This rare bike is in original condition unrestored. Engine is loose, has good compression and you can take the gears.
From the factory records: despatched to Nystrom, Sweden on 23/6/1931 and has also a factory special notes: "foot change and specially tuned engine"!!!

Jawa La Bohéme type 501

1958

Very nice and good running Jawa type 501 scooter La Bohéme. This is a 175cc 2 stroke. Scooter is the first paint and fully complete, even the sales brochures and shipboard equipment is still there.

Vespa Sprint

1967

Unrestored Vespa Sprint 150cc of 1967 with original S-Boy sidecar.

Gillet De Luxe

1924

Early Belgian Gillet 350cc 2 stroke with belt drive. Older restoration that is not completely finished.

Harley-Davidson VLD ( Special Sport Solo)

1934

Harley-Davidson model VLD of 1934. This is a 1200cc 'Special Sport Solo'. This is the high compression version of the normal V or VL. This bike is pretty original and good condition with some missing parts. Engine is loose and gears let themselves take.

Wanderer 2PS

1914

German Wanderer 2 PS from 1914. Engine is pretty complete with original carburetor and ignition. Frame has some local damage.

BSA S26 De Luxe

1926

Nice project of a BSA S26 De Luxe 4.93HP of 1926. Flat tanker 500cc with rim brakes.

Eysink Alpenjager

1934

The Eysink factory was founded in 1886 in Amersfoort as machine factory. Early 1900 's they go with their time and they start the construction of cars and motorcycles. Car production was quickly shut down but the motorcycle was given a permanent, though on a small scale compared to the other countries.
Early 1930s caused the grandson (Dick Eysink) of the founder of much advertising for the company on Motorsport area. In 1931 he won the gold medal at the international six days of Italy. Based on this motorcycle starts production at Eysink of their fast sport motorcycle, the Alpine Hunter. By the high cost of creating your own engine block they used purchased blocks of different brands in 350 and 500cc. Their top model was the one with a Python (Rudge 500cc 4 valve) engine as this offered motorcycle .
This motorcycle comes from a German museum and was driven much and is so in excellent running condition and completely original.
Photos of this motorcycle are also used in the book: Motorrad ikonen from Stefan Knittel.


AJS 36/26 Silver sport Twinport

1936

Very rare English AJS model Silver sport. This is a 350cc OHV twinport from 1936. Original sold at G. Stuut - motoren in Groningen (Netherland). Engine has good compression, allow themselves to switch gears. Older restoration that must be started again. Check out the special racing wheel brake with cooling fins.

NSU 601 OSL Wh

1939

They made from the successful 600cc OHV touring and sports model that was very reliable at the newly built highways from Hitler a Wehmacht implementation in 1938. The valves were now covered, there was a new floating saddle and the fork was strengthened. The difference with the usual 501 OSL was that the 600 in this part under the engine went through and so had a closed and solid frame. This bike was very popular at the front as a sidecar bike. This rare bike is a very good basis for restoration. Wrong parts are: handlebar, saddle (civilian model) and front wheel. These parts are very easy to obtain.
Production capacity: 5000 bikes

Norton Energette

1902

AWO Simson 425

1952

Simson AWO 425 This model is a copy of BMW R25. This is a 250cc OHV with shaft drive and are built on a Stoye sidecar. This engine and gearbox has been completely overhauled and running well. Motorcycle is restored and repainted, sidecar is not repainted but is in very good condition.

Gillet 720 AB

1938

750cc 2 stroke with driven sidecar. Under the influence of international tensions, the Belgian government whant to mobilize the Belgian army. They first approached FN because this was the best equipped for military bikes. Leon Gillet didn't leave it like this and obtain a breakdown of military order among the three major Belgium manufacturers motorcycles, namely FN, Gillet and Saroléa. First delivered Gillet khaki civilian models but soon came the 600cc AB with driven sidecar. From a cross between this model an existing prototype 600cc two stroke 2cylinder created the most amazing military motorcycle of WWII: The Gillet 720 AB. This is a 750cc 2cylinder 2 stroke with driven sidecar. This bike is from the 'Victory Memorial Museum' in Messancy (Belgium) that is sold in 2002. Total museum was sold to a Canadian museum but this bike is now back in Belgium. This Gillet is a old restoration for display model. This means that not everything is perfect and working but still a very nice restoration based on a very rare bike. There are still some 720AB here and there but this is the only one with a sidecar.

Supéria Lux

1955

Belgian Supéria model lux 50cc from +/- 1955 for restoration. In 1956 the brothers Claeys presents there new Flandria Superia.This was a great success until a few months later (December 1956) a great quarrel arises between Aimé and Remy Claeys. This meant that the factory was divided into 2. Aimé gets the bike section and the enginefactory and continues with the Flandria brand, and Remi gets the moped division and brand name Superia. Because he didn't get the engine department he decides to use engines from Sachs and Victoria. This is the origin of Superia. The 2 brothers than comparable models have been created under their own names.

BMW R5

1936

Very rare BMW 500cc OHV from 1936. First version with separated aircleaners. This is the first BMW and also the first motorcycle in the world that used telescopic fork. This bikes also did not had the raersuspension what gives this bike a nice look. Production Quantity: 2652 pcs.

NSU 501 OSl

1936

Project bike. This is a German NSU model 501 OSL in 1936 (500cc OHV). The core of the motorcycle is like framework, tank, engine, primary chaincover, ... Still some lack of parts or so for a good start for a search on the internet or swapmeet.

F.N. M70 Sahara

1927

End of 1923 brought FN a 350 cc OHV with block engine, model M60. This model was the beginning of a series of successful machines. The fourcylinder was clear the field and FN was bulding only single cylinder. Because the OHV particularly sporty drivers claims considered the factory that it was also wise to build a SV version of the blockengine. This machine, the M 70 was in 1926 on the market. striking detail was the red-colored outlying flywheel, the machine soon called 'Moulin Rouge'. In 1926, this motorcycle is equipped with rimbrakes and at the end of 1927 this were drum brakes. This engine was known as the 'Sahara'. Because of the special campaign a journey of 6300 km across the desert by two French officers ( Bruneteau and Gimie). This trip they have accomplished without major problems. This bike is completely original (except chainguard which is new) and start good and is in running condition but could use a check-up. Everything is original including the Bonhomme saddle and the original made by FN licenceplate on the front fender.

BMW R11

1929

This is an early model of a BMW R11. Older restoration of an 750cc boxer with pressed frame and shaft drive, handshift and footboards. Sidecar is a German Stoye Luxus model. Motocycle starts and drives well but can use a good maintanance. Normally 17.250 euro

BSA S29 light two port OHV

1929

Restoration project of an incomplete rare 500cc OHV with dual exhaust. This is the last model made with the magneto/alternator at the front of the engine.

Norton Commando 850

1973

This Norton Commando 850 Roadster MK2 is from 1973 but first registered in 1975. Driven to death of the owner in 1996. Then this motorcycle went to his brother but this has never been ridden. This Motocycle is completely original and in his first paint. Even the warning stickers on the speedo normally be removed after purchase are still present. Genuine 26,980 km driven. Runs like new. topspeed 191 km/h.

Gillet 175

1935

This Belgian Gillet 175cc 2stroke of 1935 is still in the first Paint. Never restored so completely original. Bike has also his original licenceplate. Engine has very good compression, gearbox is working. The first owner of this Gillet 175cc was Sir Framersdorff from Chatelineau (Belgium) 09/05/1938.

O.K.Supreme Flying Cloud De Luxe 300cc

1935

This English O.K.Supreme 300cc OHV from 1935 is a specially built engine by JAP for record attempts. Basic is a 250cc but adapted by JAP on customers request to 300cc. This is evident from the engine number: PO/V49518/SOF *. P: 250cc, O: OHV, V: built between 1 september 1935 to 31 August 1936, 49518: engine number, S: special build, O: OHV, F: 300cc, * :special build for rekord. The figures for the first / gives the basic engine specification the last decimal after / give the factory adjustments. Bike is in running condition.

Gillet Bol d'or 600 supersport

1936

This Gillet 600cc OHV model supersport is delivered 26 August 1936 directly from the Gillet factory in Herstal to 'Office général de l'air' in Paris. This was unusual because most Gillet were sold in France by the French branch Gerkinet. These are some faulty parts on this bike like headlight, rearlamp, seat and exhaust silencers. Yet this is a very interesting motorcycle. The fork is extended but this would be done in the original Gillet factory, more on this can be found on page 59 of the Gillet book from Yves Campion.

Thomann 250 supersport

1927

French Thomann model 250ss (supersport) in 1927. This is a 250cc Zurcher open valva OHV engine. These great looking sporty flat tanker is looking for someone with a convenient time. Thomann belonged to the Gentil- Alcyon group including the brands Labor, Tenax, Française Diamont and others.

New-Map JT1 250

1926

Unrestored but running New-Map 250cc side valve of 1926. Fueltank is wrong. New Map of Lyon - France, started building motorcycles in 1925 which makes this a very early bike.

BMW R35

1940

Beautiful restored prewar BMW model R35. This is a 350cc OHV with shaft drive and pressed frame. Engine starts and runs well.

Monet & Goyon S 315 Starlett

1957

This French Monet & Goyon of 1957 has never been sold but stayed at the dealer. Original milage: 2 km. Fully complete and original. This Sarlett was available with 98cc or 115cc (like this one) as the more rare. Starting done by hand.

BMW R71

1940

This is a very rare (production number: 3.458) German BMW model R71. Counterpart of R12 but not with pressed but the tubler frame. This is no Rusische convert of a M72 but original R71. Look to the detailpictures the experts will notice the difference. Motorcycle is in goodrunning state. In 1943 all German vehicles had to change color and they were all repainted after the 'Heeresmitteilung No. 181' of 1943 in this yellow color.

Flandria Vedette

1958

Belgian Flandria model Vedette. This is a 50cc moped solex model. Drive through scroll wheel on the front wheel.

Indian 340

1940

indian 74 model 340CAV build for the French army. L: 243cm, W: 167cm, H: 110cm, Weight: 383kg. Engine is a 1200cc 35HP 2cyl 42° in V-4stroke fuel engine.

F.N. 12a S.M.

1938

Belgian FN model 12a SM from the army. This is a 1000cc boxer with driven sidecar. Older restoration that nead to be finished. Price: 15.600 euro sorry sold

FN M60

1924

This belgian FN model M60 is a 350cc OHV flattanker from 1924. Early model with rimbrakes. Bike is unrestored and original. Missing parts are the frontbrake rim and some small parts.

RIkuo type 97

1941

Harley -Davidson was the company who was a leader in occupation of new markets in 20s - 30s. In Japan Harley has strong position, but Imerialistic Japan start to ask huge taxes for completed cars and bikes. Harley start to look for a partner who can complete the bikes from supplied spare parts. Rikuo start the production in 1933 at the base of company Sankio, and just compleated the bikes from spare parts Harley VL, which they got directly from Harley-Davidson. At 1935 they took name Riku O, what means "King of the road" in japanese (you see the harley style). From 1935 to 1937 Rikuo start the production VL model from parts made in Japan alraedy (they are similar but a bit bigger). Rikuo was the corporation who got several factories, and put the orders to even more companies and bike producers. We can say that Rikuo was trade mark for several companies. To 1937 the relations USA and Japan were so bad that they stoped any business connections. From 1937 Rikuo started the expiriments with new models, and start Type 97 production (model with sidecar drive). Kurogane made engines and gear boxes for Rikuo, but made in 1938 some experiments with whole bikes and trikes. This story ended in 1945 when the nuclear bomb was droped on Hirochima. L: 280cm, W: 180cm, H120cm, Weight 430kg. The engine is a 1495cc - 24HP 2cyl 45° in V 4-stroke fuel.

Harley-Davidson 31DL

1931

In 1929, the first 750cc Harley released to be able to compete with the Indian Scout. The first versions had dual exhaust and dual headlights, but in 1931 was the improved version with additional oilpump single headlight and single exhaust. This is an older restoration with no repro part used. Totally original bike: original seat cover, lamps, weston ammeter, batterybox, toolbox, horn, ... completely original. This bike is in perfect running condition. I've ridden this bike on: 9/7/2010 - 5km, 11/7 - 12 km, 13/7 - 16 km, 20/7 - 30km, 22/7 - 44km, ...

Mobylette AV33

1954

French Mobylette model Av33 of December 6, 1954 in original paint and fully complete.

Harley-Davidson WLA

1942

Original American war Harley. Older restoration starts well and runs good, everything works. New battery, new cotonwoven wiring, ... With many extras such as amunitionbox, gun holder with leather gunscabbard, saddle bags, siren, ... Tours:
22/1/2011 - 100km
08/02/2011 - 25km
09/02/2011 - 22km
13/2/2011 - 140km (swapmeat Wieze)
15/2/2011 - 48km
17/2/2011 - 20km
01/3/2001 - 52km (3°celsius Brrrrrrrrrrrrr)
New tires
23/3/2011 - 42km
24/3/2011 - 75km
26/3/2011 - 35km
27/3/2011 - 115km
29/3/2011 - 40km
7/4/2011 - 75km
8/4/2011 - 50km
11/4/2011 - 90km
...

BMW R26

1957

Beautiful BMW Model R26 from 1957. This is a OHV 250cc with shaft drive and Earles fork. Original Dutch motorcycle that starts and runs well.

Saroléa 2 1/2 H.P.

1913

Saroléa 300cc of 1913. Very nice engine with original Bosch ignition and B&B carburetor, matching fueltank in original paint.

Harley-Davidson WLA TypeIII

1943

This motorcycle is on the internet at different sites to find and by the specialists in the world voted best restoration with the maximum of original parts. Restoration is done under the guidelines of the book by Bruce Palmer. Every nut, bolt and washer is finished as it is delivered to the army in 1943. Wheels with original blackened spokes , blackened nuts and bolts and not painted black like most, etc. .. Engine is improved and has aelectronic ignition, electronic regulator, and a primary belt instead of a chain. All this to drive better but still have an original look. There is also a book with pictures of the entire restoration. Bike starts and runs perfectly.

Royal Enfield 500S - twin port

1929

Very nice restoration of an old British Royal Enfield Model 500S. This is a 500cc OHV twin port of 1929. Is from Denmark and has rode many different tours (see silver commemorative plates on the frontfender).

Raleigh

1926

This English Raleigh 350cc SV of +/- 1926 is in original unrestored condition. Very nice for restoration. Engine has good compression and gearbox allow themselves to switch gears. This bike was originally sold in Erfurt (Germany) by Bruno Hackel.

Saroléa ASLM

1949

Belgium Saroléa model ASLM 350cc Sv of 1949. In 1951, the Belgian army made a large order of Saroléa Model 51A4 motorcycles. This is a 400cc SV. But in 1949 there was a previous order of 243 units of the predecessor 400cc namely 350cc ASLM. This was the military version of the ordinary civilian model ASL. This 350cc is similar to the later 400cc but very different in many ways. This early version has an iron fork with small diameter fork legs, small brakedrum on the right side of the wheel (in 1951 big on the left), flat fender without lateral flanks, engine of 350cc, Electrik equipment of Miller as a citizen model (later Army model was Lucas), toolbox in horizontal (later vertcal), no crachbars and no metal saddlebags. This bike is in completely original condition with all the right details and first paint, even the original military license plate is still there. Motocycle is in running condition.

Saroléa 25O

1929

This Saroléa model 25o has a 350cc SV engine and is from 1929. Motocycle is unrestored but in good condition. Engine has compression and gearbox allow themselves to switch gears.

DKW KS200

1937

DKW model KS200 unrestored of 1937. Motocycle is in the first paint and still has the original German license plate.

Blackburn Sport

English Blackburn 350cc OHV sport engine with dual exhaust from 1929.

Werner

Gillet 350 Competition

Nice engine for a Gillet 350cc OHV twin port. This is a competition engine delivered to Gerkinet in Jeumond (Nord) France on 26/10/1931. Engine is loose.

Gillet Estafette

Ariël

Frontfork Ariel, probably 1939-1946.

Train - Verlor 100cc SV

Rare engine 100cc 4 stroke side valve from the French brand Train. This engine was built in in a French Verlor but was also used by others like the French DS Malterre model M3.

Gillet 720 AF

Belgian engine for a Gillet 720 AF. This is a 720cc 2 stroke, 2 cylinder from 1940. Built for the French army.

FN M60

Saroléa T6

DKW Hobby

Engine with frame for a German DKW scooter model Hobby.

Victoria KR6

Engine (not complete) and gearbox (complete) from a German Victoria KR6. This is a 600cc boxer OHV made from 1927 to 1936.

René Gillet 350 -750 -1000

Frame of a French René Gillet of 1928. This is the luxurious frame with special rear suspension. Used for the 350cc 1 cylinder, 750 and 1000cc V-twin.

Gillet 350cc

Fueltank of a Belgian Gillet belt drive made from 1920 to 1927. Tank is in its original paint and also has 1 fuel cap, oil pump, gearshift, lever and rod of the ignition and frame top tube.

JAP 1000

Beautiful restored JAP engine 1000cc V-twin from 1922.

Terrot 350cc OHV

2 x cylinder head with rockers, 1 cylinder and crankshaft for a Terrot 350cc double-exhaust OHV.

FN M86

FN 750T

Very nice original handlebars for FN 4 cylinder model 750T of +/- 1920 -1923.

FN 300cc

Nice and neat crank cases of a Belgian FN 1904.

FN M50

Perfect and complete carburetor for a FN 4 cylinder model M50. With cables and levelers on the handlebars.

JAP - Brough Superior 680 S.V. 5-15

Beautiful JAP 680cc side valve engine model 5-15. This engine comes from a Brough Superior of 1927. Of this model are made only 10 pieces and there are now only 4 complete bikes known to exist.

Onbekend / unknown V-twin 1914

Unknown V-twin from +/- 1914.

Quentin

Early engine for a motorcycle or tricycle Quentin built in 1906.
Engine is loose and has good compression.

James 11A Sport

James Model 11A Sport 1925.
1 complete engine + 2nd identical incomplete.
This engine 350cc side valve presumably from + / ​​-1925. Features are the engine number preceded by SS (Super Sport)

FN M12

Frontfork of a Belgian FN 12M. This is a 1000cc boxer of the Belgian army +/- 1939.

BMW R75

New frame for a German BMW model R75. This model is a 750cc OHV boxer with driven sidecar made ​​between 1941 and 1944.

Harley-Davidson VL

Harley Big Twin 1200cc engine model VL. This model was made ​​from 1930 to 1936.

Onbekend / unknown

Peugeot 1911

Old Peugeot engine from 1911-1912. Also for sale is the good Claudel carburetor (550 euro).

Peugeot P135

Fueltank for a Peugeot P135 in original paint.

Opel Motoclub

Opel motoclub 500cc from +/- 1929

FN M86

Very nice engine and gearbox for an FN M86. This is a 500ss OHV.

Triumph 3/1

Engine and gearbox mountingplates and magneto/dynamo of a 350cc SV Triumph of 1935.

Harley-Davidson FLH

Engine is in good running condition strait out of a bike.
Panhead 1200cc OHV 2 cylinder from 1961 with S&S carburator and ignition. With original VIN and matching crankcases.

Peugeot V-twin

Peugeot a famous pioneer in car (1899) and motorcycle (1904) industries. First using Zedel-engines and later on there own engines. This is a V-twin engine from 1912-1913 in good condition.

Harley-Davidson 1923 J

Harley-Davidson model J from 1923. this is a 1000cc V-twin.

DKW SB500

Engine for pre-war DKW SB 500. This is a 500cc 2 cylinder 2stroke.

Peugeot 1903

Peugeot P135

French Peugeot 350cc OHV from +/- 1939 in good condition.

Saroléa alle

Aluminum primary chaincover for Saroléa

Saroléa

Saroléa

Smith

Saroléa

FN prototype voor Type 13

This is a prototype for the FN M13. The typical clutch cover is already obvious. This is a preliminary draft of the M13 but you can clearly see the influences of M11 and M15cross.

Indian 1915

Indian engine 1000cc from 1915 with the original Schebler carburator. Engine is empty.

F.N. 285T

Early engine from a Belgium F.N. Engine is empty! This model was build between 1919 and 1923. This was a single cylinder shaft drive motorcycle.

F.N. M12 ASM 1000cc

Engine and gearbox for a Belgian FN M12 ASM 1000cc van +/- 1940. Engine has good compression. Crank-cases have matching numbers.

BSA E30.14

Engine / gearbox / ignition for a BSA model E30.14 770 cc V twin from 1930. Enginenumber is XY200 this is number 99 of 1930.

Coca-Cola Coca-Cola

1996

Coca-cola emaillesign

1950

1973

The very first video game Winner 1973.
Ball and Paddle game (ping pong).

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