The Shuttleworth Spring Motorcycle Sale 2024 Motorcycles 48 • Part of the late John Macaulay Collection • Built in the Indian Factory from 1916 to 1924 and called a ‘Powerplus’ as it was more powerful than its predecessor • Utilising a unique cradle-sprung frame that used leaf springs and a rear swing-arm • The name was changed in 1922 to ‘Standard’ as it reflected the fact that it was not as powerful as the new ‘Chief’ • This example is presented in 90% restored condition as it’s owner, John Macaulay, passed before the bike was finished • The engine and most of the bike were completed, photographed in its current condition and includes the parts shown • UK-registered on a current V5C • Engine turns over with compression but will require recommissioning or restoring before use A rare opportunity to own a true 1920s Indian motorcycling icon. Estimate: £20,000 - £30,000 Registration: ML 9028 Frame No: Not Seen Engine No: 88J051 Specialist: Mark Bryan Telephone No: 07958 107974 Lot 777 1925 Indian Standard 999cc • Part of the late John Macaulay Collection • Sunbeam were initially based in Wolverhampton and produced quality machines from 1890 to 1956 • The company won the Isle of Man Senior TT for the first time in 1920 with Tommy de la Hay • Known for such innovations as their enclosed, oil bath chaincase and leaf-spring girder forks • This older restoration is presented for auction after long-term storage • Forming part of a private Collection for some time and will require recommissioning before use • Appears to be mostly original and complete, chaincase currently not fitted but included in the sale • UK-registered with a current V5C and also comes with an RF60 logbook dated 1964 3½hp Sunbeam Light Solo benefitting from an older restoration. Estimate: £6,000 - £8,000 Registration: TS 461 Frame No: 11480 Engine No: 145/10563 Specialist: Mark Bryan Telephone No: 07958 107974 Lot 778 1920 Sunbeam 3½hp 374cc More Details Lot 777 Bid On Lot 777 More Details Lot 778 Bid On Lot 778