Rare GP bike for sale
A rare and important Munch-URS GP race bike will feature in Bonhams annual auction in Stafford on October 22, 2006, alongside a Jim Redman RC164 (click here for more).
The Much-URS is one of two machines built for the 1970 Grand Prix season, ridden by Ferdinand Kaczor and Karl Hope. It's up for sale following a 10-year restoration by its German engineer owner, and is in running condition , after starring at the Mallory Park Post TT meeting in June 2006. It's estimated at £130,000 -£160,000.
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The Munch team used a URS 500cc four-cylinder engine in a British-made Rickman frame, and the first race was at the non-championship Austrian Grand prix on April 29, 1970, which was won by Kczor and Hoppe in a Muchn one-two. Hoppe also managed an impressive fourth at the German Grand Prix a week later, but shortly after the team fell apart. For details, contact: 0870-0273606.