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the Titanium Series the Ti XX is billed as the most expensive motorcycle in the world.
91. 1972 Ducati 750SS Imola
$121,250 With Bruno Spaggiari aboard, this bike finished second in the 1972 Imola 200 mile race on April 23, 1972, the event which launched Ducati onto the world stage. The bike crossed the line just behind the identical machine of Paul Smart, giving Ducati a 1 2 finish and beating Giacomo Agostinis MV Agusta, plus the best that Honda, Kawasaki, Suzuki, Triumph, BSA, Laverda and Moto Guzzi could offer.
92. 1928 McEvoy JAP 8/45hp
A regrettably short lived marque, McEvoy produced machines from 1925 to 1929, its most famous creations being the fearsome Anzani and JAP powered v twin racers which achieved numerous successes at Brooklands in both solo and sidecar trim, helping to establish an enviable reputation for the fledgling concern.
93. 1955 NSU Sportmax
$116,634 (sold for GBP
94. 1939 Indian Four
An older restoration magneto model 1939 Indian Four with matching numbers, this bike sold as part of the EJ Cole Collection in March, 2015,fetching $115,500.
95. 1929 Grindlay Peerless 498cc Brooklands Hundred Model
When C W G Bill Lacey became the first man to cover 100 miles in an hour on British soil in August 1928, riding a Grindlay Peerless, the Coventry factory produced a replica of his machine the Brooklands Hundred Model. Only a few were produced and only two survive: the one first owned by Brooklands and Manx Grand Prix competitor J D Potts (sold by Bonhams at Stafford in April 2001 for GBP
96. 1998 Benelli 350cc Beale Replica
This exacting copy of a 16 valve, seven speed1969 Benelli Four Grand Prix racerbuilt by George Beale sold for GBP
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