A mixed bag of motorcycles will be offered at Anglia Car Auctions’ first classic motorcycle sale, which will be held at its Norfolk base on Saturday March 1...
A 1968 Greeves Wessex 250 scrambler project (estimate: £1200-£1500) is ideal for getting off road and enjoying classic trials. Needing some work to make it competitive once again it offers a great way into classic motorcycle sport.
Also offering old-school British oomph is a barn-find 1957 BSA Golden Flash (offered with no reserve). Complete and needing re-commissioning rather than restoring it needs little to be back on the road and beating a path to the Ace or Jack’s Hill Café.
Another possible project is a Velocette LE. Mainly complete and solid, the Velo has an estimate of £300-400.
And for anyone wanting to live out their 70s learner enduro fantasies, a Honda XL125 S in good original condition is a tempter. It’s estimated at £700 - 900. Needing more work but with much of the hard graft already done, there’s a 1980 Honda 250 café racer project (estimated: £300 - 400).
View the lots and more information from: www.angliacarauctions.co.uk
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