10 Most Expensive Motorcycles Sold At Auction
Guys, have you seen the 10 most expensive motorcycles sold at auction?
We continue our series with objects sold at auctions with the motorcycles. At these auctions the motorcycles have been sold for thousands of dollars.
But how much would you pay for a motorcycle? Would you be willing to spend hundreds of dollars to own a piece of history?
Perhaps these bikes aren’t the fastest in the world, but that’s not the reason why these buyers bought them.
History is one of the strongest reasons there are.
But enough with the talking, let’s get to the 10 most expensive motorcycles sold at auction!
N10. 1939 Brough Superior SS100- $425,943
This 1939 Brough Superior SS100 starts the list with the most expensive bikes. It was sold in April this year (2014) for $425,943.
However, this motorcycle isn’t entirely original. It is documented to have been built for and used by George Brough.
Originally attached as a sidecar, the bike was registered by George Brough on May 1939 and intended for the publicity and promotional purposes.
The engine number is with two digits higher than the last Brough to leave the factory. Although there was no Works Record card found, the bike sold for such amount because its origins and originality.