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the Titanium Series the Ti XX is billed as the most expensive motorcycle in the world.
81. 1938 Harley Davidson WLD Sport
Another bike formerly owned by the late Steve McQueen. Beyond that, the1938 Harley Davidson WLD Sportwas presented at auction in entirely original condition, with the original factory paint, McQueens personal tools found wrapped in a piece of denim in the frame mounted tool box, original bill of sale from the McQueen estate sale, odometer statement from estate sale, original auction catalog from estate sale (lot 535 at the 1984 McQueen estate sale), a 1984 Certificate of Authenticity and photos of McQueen with the bike. Like McQueen, the real deal. The 1938 WLD Sport sold for $135,000.
82. 1955 Vincent Black Prince
One of 120 made, the legendary Black Prince was launched to great fanfare at the 1954 Earls Court Show. Philip Vincent described the fully enclosed motorcycle as a two wheeled Bentley. This bike was made in the final year of Vincent motorcycles, and wassold for $135,000 at Mecum MidAmericas Las Vegas auction in January, 2014.
83. 1952 Vincent Black Shadow
Sold new into the United States, this pristine1952 Vincent Black Shadowwas sold with a complete history for $134,800 at a Bonhams Las Vegas sale in January, 2013.
84. 1963 Moto Morini 250cc Bialbero Grand Prix
$134,594 Perhaps the pinnacle of single cylinder four stroke development prior to the modern era, the Moto Morini 250 single of 1963 was a throwback to a different era, competing against the four cylinder four stroke machinery of Benelli and Honda and the two stroke twins of Yamaha and MZ with Tarquinio Provini winning four of the ten races in the world championship (he only contested eight), ultimately failing to win the title by two points.
85. 1949 Vincent Rapide w Blacknell Bullet Sidecar
$126,500 This 1949 Touring Rapide with fully matching numbers is a good example of the work performed by Harris Vincent Gallery, restored both mechanically and cosmetically at the shop from boxes of disassembled parts. During the rebuild it was teamed with one of the deluxe Blacknell Bullet sport sidecars which Vincent installed on some bikes
86. 1920 Ace Four
When the Henderson brothers sold the Henderson motorcycle to Ignatz Schwinn in 1917, both brothers quickly moved onwards, with Thomas traveling to Europe, and Bill deciding to build a new and better four cylinder motorcycle. That bike became the Ace. The Ace 4 retained an F head cylinder, and increased in displacement of 75 cu in. (1220cc), with splash lubrication and a three speed gearbox for an output of 20 hp. This 1920 Ace 4 is an older restoration, and bears the earliest Ace serial number known.Lot S78 was estimated at $85,000 to $125,000 and sold for $126,500.
87. 1923 Indian Big Chief with sidecar
Thisfully restored first year 1923 Indian Big Chiefwas formerly the property of movie star and passionate motorcyclist Steve McQueen, and was restored by Kenny Howard, aka Von Dutch. It sold for $126,000 at Bonhams Las Vegas sale in January, 2014.
88. 1957 Ducati GP125
$125,404 (Sold for GBP
89. 1945 NSU Kettenkrad
$123,483 (Sold for GBP
90. 1967 Seeley URS 500cc Racer
This is the prototype 1967 Seeley URS 500cc factory racer, raced by John Blanchard and Tony Jefferies, built by Colin Seeley Racing Developments in collaboration with German sidecar racer and engine builder, Helmut Fath. Itsold for GBP

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