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Phil West  says:

'Old Bill' Brough sells for world record £290K

A new world record sale price for a classic motorcycle has been set by historic Brough Superior 'Old Bill', which sold for £291,200 at H&H's Duxford auction on Tuesday. The bike, built in 1922 for the personal use of Brough Superior founder, George Brough who raced it to over 50 sprint victories, is considered one of the most historic of all...

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  • Posted 2 years ago (25 October 2012 10:35)

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Aug 09

Posts: 2

itsdan says:

Are you sure that's a record? Brough superiors usually make that sort of money.

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Sep 08

Posts: 22

roadrider says:

I think your right there, didn't Bonhams sell one some yrs back for over  the £250,000 mark ?.

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Jul 08

Posts: 165

Carlosoul says:

Im guessing...

MCE would give me a high excess on that

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Jul 09

Posts: 139

burningbush says:

Yeah but...

But just think Carlosoul, you'd save a fortune on your road tax. 8-)

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