The Shuttleworth Spring Motorcycle Sale 2024 Motorcycles 68 • It was the fabulous performance on offer from the powerful 998cc V-Twin that became legendary and is still talked about with reverence today • With a top speed of over 100mph, the Vincent V-twin was the fastest vehicle on the road in period • This example is presented in very good overall condition and is in running order • All correct numbers and accompanied by a Vincent Owners Club dating certificate • Restored in 2007 by Alec Jay Motorcycles with receipts and photos • Purchased by our vendor from Conway Motors • Fitted with a Black Shadow 5” speedometer • History file included containing old RF60 logbook, restoration photographs and receipt, copies of factory build sheets and works order and other associated paperwork • A well known bike and UK-registered on a current V5C All matching numbers Vincent Series C Rapide. Estimate: £35,000 - £40,000 Registration: KXM 77 Frame No: RC 4755 Engine No: F10B/1/2855 Specialist: Mark Bryan Telephone No: 07958 107974 Lot 812 1949 Vincent Series C Rapide 998cc • In production for ten years from 1967 to 1977, firstly as a 750cc, then in 1973 an 850 • Motorcycle News ‘Bike of the Year’ for five consecutive years • This well presented example was last run last October so may require some recommissioning before road use • According to the factory records, it was originally built in late 1971 as a 750cc and appears to have been upgraded within its lifetime with an 850cc engine • Same owner for last ten years • UK-registered on a current V5C Nicely presented example of the Norton Commando 850. Estimate: £7,000 - £8,000 Registration: EKR 1L Frame No: 152711 Engine No: 306580 Specialist: Mark Bryan Telephone No: 07958 107974 Lot 813 1972 Norton Commando 850cc More Details Lot 812 Bid On Lot 812 More Details Lot 813 Bid On Lot 813