Devitt MCN Festival of Motorcycling Sale 2023 14th May 2023

36 The Devitt MCN Festival of Motorcycling Sale 2023 Lot 357 1972 Honda CB750 K1 736cc • The world’s first mass-produced four- cylinder that came within the financial reach of the average enthusiast • Great spec - overhead camshaft, disc front brake, 5-speed gearbox, electric starter, etc. • Correct numbers bike, totally standard with little to no signs of restoration • This exact bike was used by Honda to celebrate 50 years production of in-line fours • The original Candy Ruby Red paintwork is in remarkable condition, impossible to replicate • A very presentable K1, complete, minimal signs of age and collector’s quality • The odometer currently reads 13,906 miles. UK-registered on a current V5C Impressively presented, correct numbers K1 in lovely original condition. Registration: PHJ 807K Frame No: CB7501107279 Engine No: CB750E1106872 Estimate: £7,000 - £9,000 Consignor: Rowan Huntley Tel No: 07833 688804 Lot 358 2000 Honda VTR1000 SP-1 999cc • Built to demonstrate just what Honda could do if it wanted to, the RC51 VTR1000 SP-1 was a state-of-the-art racing motorcycle that wore its Honda Racing Corporation stickers with pride • Won the 2000 World Superbike Championship first time out with Colin Edwards • Impressive numbers; 999cc, V-twin, DOHC 4-valve offering 136bhp and 171mph • In super, ready to ride condition with only 17,000 miles. Some evidence of a light cosmetic restoration in the past • Recent service work includes a full engine check and replacement of all consumable parts • Service/warranty book in the pouch, an original sales brochure, toolkit and service invoices The bike that Honda built to beat Ducati at their own game - and succeeded. Registration: W722 YNK Frame No: JH2SC45A0YM004439 Engine No: SC45E2006664 Estimate: £8,000 - £10,000 Consignor: Rowan Huntley Tel No: 07833 688804 More Details Lot 357 Bid On Lot 357 More Details Lot 358 Bid On Lot 358