+ buyer’s premium of 15% plus VAT (18% incl VAT) 27 • German-manufactured cruiser very much aimed at the Harley-Davidson custom market • Despite its modern mid-cam valve actuation, oil-cooled heads, four valves per cylinder and electronic fuel injection, the 1,170cc engine bears a close family resemblance to its Bavarian ancestors • The marketing ‘coup’ of being featured in the, then new, Bond film prior to its launch was brilliant planning • This example is presented in original and unrestored condition showing 11,491 recorded miles • In running order and complete with BMW luggage • History file included • Dry-stored for last few years so may require some basic safety checks before road use • UK-registered on a current V5C BMW’s flagship cruiser of 1998 made famous in the James Bond film Tomorrow Never Dies . Estimate: £5,000 - £7,000 Registration: R290 OAD Frame No: WB10424A4WZB03901 Engine No: 43976052 Specialist: Mark Bryan Telephone No: 07958 107974 Lot 738 1998 BMW R1200C 1,171cc • The ES2 490cc model was built by Norton from the late 1920s until 1964 • The featherbed frame was introduced in 1959, transforming the bike’s handling • This first year of production, featherbed-framed bike is presented in track-trim • Built to a good standard and accompanied by a large history file • Mike Pemberton-built engine • Road-registered and complete with a current UK V5C • Not used for last year or so, so will require some recommissioning before use Track-prepared featherbed-framed ES2 built to a good standard. Estimate: £6,000 - £7,000 Registration: BSJ 909 Frame No: R1385282 Engine No: R1395279 Specialist: Mark Bryan Telephone No: 07958 107974 Lot 739 1959 Norton ES2 490cc More Details Lot 738 Bid On Lot 738 More Details Lot 739 Bid On Lot 739