Classic Motor Show NEC – Motorcycles – Post Auction Review – Silverstone Auctions



This video is a post auction review of the classic motorcycle sales with Silverstone Auctions at the Classic Motor Show NEC Birmingham on the 12 November 2021.

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19 comments

  1. I was able to see a very beautiful BRIDGESTONE MOTORCYCLE 350GTR. I am very happy. Thank you.

    I sincerely hope that these Japan old motorcycles will not be chopped up and made into pathetic café racers.

    Cut off the seat rail and put self build seat on it, short stroke front fork, separate handlebars, bar end mirrors. There is nothing original about this.

    Rather than building pathetic cafe racers, cafe racer builders can sell off their stock bikes to the Japanese and buy the motorcycle of their choice, even the maintenance costs.

    It's scribbling a surfing rider on Hokusai Katsushika's Kanagawa Okinawari.

  2. Yes,i too remember Tom Cruise as a lieutenant riding his kawa GPZ 900R in the 80's classic "Top Gear",Jeremy Clarkson was starring as his CO who hated motorcycles.

  3. I have in storage a 1992 ZZR 1100 D1, 2 owners, I am the second. It is original, I have spare plastic etc. It has been stored since 2004 and the mileage is genuine at around 30k and with a fair amount of history. I believe this bike will become a classic. What do you guys think? Is it worth spending time and money to get her back to original condition?

  4. Interesting how pricing moves with the generations with people buying bikes they wanted when young. Coupled with the funding through pension drawdown I can see top end investment category mid seventies Japanese taking the money that previously would have gone to old British steeds

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