Bob Weaver, of Grand Island, New York, is offering more than 70 motorcycles from his varied collection, including many low or zero-mile original Japanese, Italian and British motorcycles, at the 2020 Mecum Las Vegas annual antique and vintage motorcycle auction, held over January 21-26 at the South Point Hotel and Casino.
Weaver has offered motorcycles at several Mecum Las Vegas auctions, and the response to his quality machines has been exciting, to say the least.
Buyers are now especially seeking out machines from his collection, knowing they will be among the best available.
His offerings this year will include US, British, Japanese and Italian motorcycles.
A few of the notable entries include a fully restored 1954 Vincent Black Shadow, a very correct 1966 Velocette Thruxton, a one- model-year-only unrestored 1973 Triumph Hurricane, but, the one garnering the most attention is his restored Brough Superior SS100.
Weaver has always brought to auction collectible Japanese motorcycles, and this year will be no exception.
Among the large selection he will present is an original, low-mileage 1990 Honda RC30 race model and a 1980 Honda CBX showing only 93 miles on the odometer.
The two oldest motorcycles Weaver will offer include a rare 1911 Pierce Four-Cylinder and a stunning 1905 Indian Single with interesting history and photo documentation.
The Weaver collection is among a staggering 1750 machines that will be available for purchase.
There’s plenty to ogle at www.mecum.com
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