The extremely rare Harley-Davidson motorcycle should be auctioned on April 25, provided, of course, that the crisis caused by the COVID-19 epidemic is completed by then.
The Bonams auction house is selling a Model J from 1916, along with an unusual trailer, and is expected to be able to earn up to $ 41,500.
The seller points out that this unusual “delivery vehicle” is in perfect condition, and that the complete refurbishment was completed in 2016.
The unusual trailer is called the Package Truck and was used to transport food and parts, and consisted of a cargo container, mounted on the chassis of the side trailer. This is a highly successful Harley-Davidson product that has been on sale for 42 years.
This particular combination of a Model J motorcycle and a Package Truck trailer comes with a three-speed transmission, an original lighting system and a Corbin speedometer. There's also a brown leather seat, with retro logos on all four sides of the trailer.
The restoration was done during 2015 and 2016, included bending the new formwork, repainting, as well as completely refurbishing the aggregates and transmission system.
The auction house states that the motorcycle is accompanied by a certificate of age and a V5C document. certificate of ownership so far. The whole “package” is completely correct, and all that separates you from the ride is its registration.
Well who would like to go ahead.