Spotted for sale in California is a Collection. The owner has decided to downsize. These are the cars he is willing to part with at this time.
1953 Norton Manx 350Spotted in Los Angeles is a 1953 Norton Manx 350 for $42,500 USD. This 350 Manx was purchased from Bernie Allen in England in 2002 by Mile Anderson. He raced the bike with the last outing at Pukekohe, New Zealand where Mike won all of his 3 races. This is a fast and reliable 350!!! The seller purchased the bike from Bob Allen in 2009. Bob looked after it during some of it’s racing career (pictured) and restored the bike before I took delivery. The bike was displayed in Bobs shop before I purchased it. The bike has not been used after returning from New Zealand in 2003. The bike with this frame # 52951 was dispatched to Denis Parkinson in Wakefield England in 1953. Manufacture date on frame is 6-53. Research shows this was most likely used by Denis Parkinson to win the senior Manx GP on September 1953. Original motor is not with the bike at this time. Frame# 52951 Engine# 82770 Gearbox# PGT MX 1483. This is a 5 speed Coil spring valve conversion 1962 Manx 4LS front brake Works ultra light shocks w/ Ti shafts Modified front damper units 5 gallon tank Belt drive primary 19″ wheels
1976 TrivetteSpotted in Seattle is a 1976 Trivette for $8,450 USD. This is a very rare three wheel trike with only 27 examples produced. It uses a Fiat 850 drive train. This vehicle was developed as a response to the Arab Oil Embargo of 1973. This rear wheel drive Trivette is extremely stable at high way speeds. According to Road & Track, it can achieve a .77 lateral G on the skipad. It is currently licensed and running with a clean title. The seller includes a spare engine and some other parts. What do you think of the Trivette?
2002 MV Agusta F4S Spotted in San Francisco is a 2002 MV Agusta F4S for $10,900 USD. These bikes are increasingly rare to find with low mileage. The seller states in the ad that there are lots of extras that come with the bike. These are such beautiful bikes. I have wanted one since I visited the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao, Spain when it debuted. What do you think of this bike?