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61. 1940 Harley Davidson EL
US$159,000 As American motorcycle milestones go, it doesnt get much better than a Harley Davidson Knucklehead. Introduced in 1936, the 61 cubic inch (1000cc) V twin with overhead valves and a recirculating oiling system was technologically advanced for its time.
62. 1924 Brough Superior SS80
US$158,971 (sold for
63. 1931 Indian 402
US$153,959 (sold for GBP90,000) Indian is best known for its V twins, but in 1927 it purchased Bill Hendersons Ace Motor Company and began producing four cylinder machines based on the Ace. The Henderson bothers had previously produced Henderson motorcycles, then sold out to Excelsior, which was eventually closed down too. In July 1928, Indian introduced the 401 series, before upgrading it to the 402 series in 1929. This bike is a late 402 made in 1931 which has lived the majority of its life in an Italian collection.
64. 1974 Ducati 750 SS
US$152,885 (sold for EUR114,371) The sportiest version of the original 750 Ducati, produced to celebrate the Ducati 1 2 victory of Paul Smart and Bruno Spaggiari in the 1972 Imola 200 Mile race. Ducati produced just 401 examples of the green framed 72 hp Desmo 750 SS. There are currently two in the top 100 and no doubt there will be more.
65. 1929 Brough Superior Overhead 680
US$150,155 (sold for
66. 1920 Indian Powerplus Daytona Racer
Indian was Steve McQueens favourite brand, and this 1920 Indian Powerplus Daytona Racer was one of his favourites. The old adage of win on Sunday, sell on Monday was never more prevalent than in the first decades of the 20th Century, and the competition was a major factor that greatly accelerated technological development. In Indians case, the need to stay ahead of rivals Excelsior and Harley Davidson prompted the introduction of an eight valve v twin racer in 1911 and then in 1916 a new 1,000cc flat head (sidevalve) v twin
67. 1913 Henderson Four
William and Thomas Henderson formed the Henderson Motorcycle company in 1911, producing a prototype that same year, then creating a 934cc (57 cubic inch) in line four cylinder motorcycle which went into production in January 1912, guaranteeing the success of the company with its smoothness and power, despite its high price of $325. Sold as part of the Otis Chandler Collection.
68. 1969 Honda CB750 Prototype
The highest priced Japanese bike on the list, this1969 Honda CB750 Prototypesold for US$148,100 on eBay in February, 2014. Its also the highest priced bike sold at an internet only auction.
69. 1915 Indian 8 valve Racer
US$147,125August, 2010Pebble Beach, U.S.
70. 1952 Vincent Series C Rapide
US$145,750 January, 2015 Las Vegas, U.S.


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