Copyright © 2000-2020 Mecum Auction, Inc. All rights reserved. It was last restored 15 years or so in New York. and cookie policies for more information. Having handled these parts myself to photograph them, I would also like to add that you can really see the craftsmanship that went into making them all those years ago – beautiful alloys and precision made pieces. We are including a magneto, headlight, seat and early Corbin speedo with long cable. We use cookies to remember choices you make on functionality and personal features to enhance your experience to our site. CORRECTION: due to ebay pulling the item listing down and it having to be re-listed, this ebay auction now ends in the early hour of 07 Oct, 2014, at 00:11:37 AEDST (ie. $200.00. This is being sold under blind auction. Are you an InfoNet member or Mecum Customer? It was taken on a number of rallies with the family on board. The original Henderson design was updated by Schwinn engineer Arthur O. Last-year KJs are very rare, extremely desirable and today, still remain the “Duesenberg of Motorcycles.”. It is fully repainted (aside from the front forks), 00:11:37 AEDST (ie. The parts available for this engine are all shown below and it includes a barrel, 2 flywheels, cases, new and original pistons, racing carburetor etc. This auction is now finished. If you are interested in consigning in future auctions, please contact the specialist department. Online Auction via our Ebay page – follow this link. Please note that the amount of cash notes and cash equivalents that can be accepted from a given purchaser may be limited. Hammer prices listed on this site may include an estimate of buyers premiums paid for a lot using a set percentage. By continuing to use our site you consent to the use of cookies. This bike was sold in October, 2014 to a lovely guy who is going to restore it and love it. A fairly complete Royal Enfield project bike. The decision to purchase should be based solely on the buyers personal inspection of the lot at the auction site prior to the auction. For all registrable motorcycles, Bonhams will be working in conjunction with Nevada dealer Munari Auctions Inc., number DLR000042175, Sold for It has a New York Title. This is a veteran Douglas motorcycle that had been bought by Kevin as a complete bike. Henderson KJ KL Battery Box Only. The DeLuxe Model K was guaranteed for 80 MPH, yet capable of 100 MPH with optional alloy high-compression pistons installed. Most notably was the styling. Very few machines of the 1920s could claim such power or speed on two wheels or four. For information and estimates on domestic and international shipping as well as export licenses please contact [email protected]. The footboard has been recently cast. This is a light-weight 250cc OHV from 1938 in original condition (apart from one primed rear mudguard and a new exhaust). The fenders/mudguards are original along with the handlebars and various other parts. This sale is for 1 KJ - KL Battery Box. The KTT was a production racer built by the Veloce factory in Birmingham for the Isle of Man TT. you will need to be bidding around midnight AEDST on Monday the 6th October), 1923 Henderson ‘K Model Deluxe ‘ with sidecar – FOR SALE, 1914 -15 Henderson ‘Long Tank’ project – SOLD, 1921-23 Henderson K Deluxe Engine and parts – SOLD, 1924 Harley Davidson JE project starter – SOLD, 1926 J model Harley Davidson twin engine – SOLD, 1938 Royal Enfield S2 project bike – SOLD, Vintage Motorcycle Club of Australia – NSW. The literature claimed 57 new features from the earlier Henderson motorcycle. As with all Lots in the Sale, this Lot is sold 'as is/where is' and Bidders must satisfy themselves as to the provenance, condition, age, completeness and originality prior to bidding. More information about this process can be found on the How to Purchase page. Payment for purchases may be made in or by (a) cash, (b) cashier's check or money order, (c) personal check with approved credit drawn on a U.S. bank, (d) wire transfer or other immediate bank transfer, or (e) Visa, MasterCard, American Express or Discover credit, charge or debit card. Stunning. This is a highly desirable year and model. A concours restoration, it is a true vintage-era superbike, capable of 100 MPH without self-destruction, and is a prize of American manufacturing. This will be a great restoration/rebuild project for someone wanting a reasonably rare and early, original, Royal Enfield. The Excelsior-Henderson brand referred to two motorcycle manufacturers absorbed by Chicago’s mighty Schwinn factory. Once restored, this will be one of the world’s rare and desirable motorcycles. Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window), Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window), Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window), Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window). 1.2.0-b906. This restored K model Henderson Deluxe is currently being sold via blind auction. As usual, this is a ‘blind’ auction so we do not publicize the offers we receive or the sold price so please do not ask us for this. If you are interested please contact us via: [email protected], Henderson K Deluxe Engine and spare parts 1921-1923. It includes Smiths speedo, seat, headlight, tail light, multiple pistons, stands, levers, switches and instruments, badges, genuine rubber grips, foot rests, and various manuals and books. He totally redesigned the Henderson 4-cylinder once again, reverting to an F-head design, but with a much stronger 5-bearing crankshaft, larger cylinder fins, a better frame and fork, and a new “Streamline” Art Deco-inspired styling. The current owner bought it 4 years ago and has taken great care of it in his private collection. It is planned to end 10 days later. The Henderson KJ (the more powerful Henderson Special KL debuted in 1930) was introduced to the motorcycle market for 1929, and ran until 1931 when Schwinn ended motorcycle production to save his bicycle industry during the Great Depression. The bike can be viewed during museum opening hours at the National Motor racing Museum in Bathurst, NSW or via this recent video. It includes an original hub in near perfect conditon, a complete original engine with carburetor attached and the parts for a second engine including manifolds. For AUTOMOBILIA, and other non-motor vehicle property the premium is 25% of the first $250,000 of the bid price, 20% of the amount of the bid price above $150,001 up to and including $4,000,000 and 12.50% on any amount exceeding $4,000,000. If you have queries about lots purchased in this auction, please contact customer services. The motorcycle has sustained minor damage from a leaking battery (which has since been removed from the battery case) and from an article recently falling onto the paintwork on the front mudguard. This very early 1914-15 detroit model Henderson ‘long-tank’ project is an extremely rare and desirable collection that Kevin had been building on for many years. It has great original parts. Please refer to our This is a 1000 cc 4 cylinder 1931 Henderson KJ Motorcycle. This bike  is currently for sale on ebay. A second 1914 engine is also for sale on ebay. 1000cc 1926 Harley Davidson twin engine currently for sale by auction on ebay ending in Feb 2015. Only 1000 were made over a 20 year period starting in 1929. Being so complete this will make a great project bike. The deadline for bidding is AEST 18:00pm on Wednesday 30th August 2017. It includes a Terry seat, luggage rack, rear registration and tail light plate, headlight, toolbox, Smiths speedo, horn and horn button, etc. It is possible that the frame is one that Kevin modified from a slightly later model (extended to make it longer, see photo). For additional information about this sale process, please see our how to purchase link above. Please email us your offer in $AU by the 17:00 (AEST) deadline of September 30th, 2016 to [email protected]. This collection is being sold as seen in the photographs. While the Streamline KJ was exceptional, it was introduced exactly as the Great Depression devastated the American motorcycle industry. Road Art®, Infonet® & The Bid Goes On® are registered trademarks of Mecum Auction, Inc. This is either an excellent starter kit for someone looking to build an early Harley Davidson or would be great spares for someone. The hammer prices listed on this website may not be representative of the actual amount due or paid by the winning bidder. This was far faster than all but the most expensive automobiles, and Hendersons were a natural for police pursuit vehicles, a duty they performed admirably. In between rallies, it was housed in Kevin’s garage until 2011 when it was moved to its current display stand at the National Motor Racing Museum in Bathurst. This was the Excelsior-Henderson Model K, introduced in 1920, with a twin-downtube frame, stronger front fork, forced oiling and an enclosed rear chain. It is a shame this was never built but the makings of a wonderful 1929 KTT 350cc engine are here below. From The Jack 'The Bear' Coonrod Collection, The LaQuay Motorcycle Collection at No Reserve, Formerly part of the Steve McQueen Collection. The lot and information presented at auction on the auction block supersedes any previous descriptions or information. It includes the parts photographed plus some additional spares (photos still to be uploaded) and a 1938 Royal Enfield catalogue. This restored K model Henderson Deluxe is currently being sold via blind auction. Take a good look at the pictures. THIS AFFECTS THE BIDDERS LEGAL RIGHTS. Historically, this bike was manufactured just as war was breaking out in Europe and at a time when the manufacture of Deluxe motorcycles in England was about to give way to the war efforts. Parts for a 1924 JE model Harley Davidson including frame, forks, wheel, hub, 2x 1200cc barrels, flywheels, crank cases,chain cover, ignition coil (photographed separately) partial battery box cover, front and rear mudguards, oil pump, cages and various other smaller engine parts. Auction closes Saturday 25th of July, at 8pm Australian Eastern Standard Time. This is a lovely little veteran project and will be a great bike for rallies when it is completed. The S2 was the deluxe model 250cc produced by the Royal Enfield factory. For additional information about this sale process, please see our how to purchase link above. There will be no viewing as the parts are now in storage. Mecum is not responsible for information that may be changed or updated prior to the auction. 1929 to 1931 Henderson. It is said that these were the most successful 350cc race bikes in their day. Kevin had been slowly developing this project for over 20 years. For Motor vehicle property, the Buyer's Premium is 15% of the first $100,000 of the bid price, and 12.% on any amount exceeding $100,000. It is fully repainted (aside from the front forks), chromed and ready to be assembled. Photos, materials for videos, descriptions and other information are provided by the consignor/seller and is deemed reliable, but Mecum Auction does not verify, warrant or guarantee this information. Henderson Motorcycle parts for the vintage models fitting the Henderson Deluxe, Henderson KJ and Henderson KL, switches, Wiring Harnesses, Sparkwire sets. Post was not sent - check your email addresses! $200.00. There has already been interest in this collection so we expect serious offers only. While the Streamline KJ was exceptional, it was introduced exactly as the Great Depression devastated the American motorcycle industry.

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