Vintage Ariel Motorcycle

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Thursday 31 January 2019

Commencing at 11:00am

Leamington Spa Auction Centre

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A 1954 Ariel Square Four motorbike, 1000 cc, registration No. DS 6552, with V5, frame No. KR444, engine No. PL351. Odometer showing 12051 miles. The bike was assembled from parts all or some of which were not new when assembled when registered. Not in working order.
Estimate £7000 – £10000

A large quantity of motorbike parts mainly from Ariel, to include side car frame ( frame No. VC18 ), two motorbike frames ( frame No’s ET1550, CGM 1691: 1958 MKII Square Four and SC 548: 1951 MKI Square Four ), fuel tanks, mud guards, Vincent engine parts, suspension forks, handlebars, exhaust parts, engine blocks and parts, cogs, springs and many other items along with paperwork to include two V5’s and two log books (registration No’s OET 384 & OHW 469), workshop manuals for Ariel’s etc.
Estimate £1000 – £2000

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