Brough Superior SS100 motorcycle birth in 1929, which is one of the fastest motorcycle in the world in the era of the 1920s will be auctioned at the event Motorcycle Show in Staffordshire to 16, October.
This classic motor-powered monsters, estimated to be sold with a tag of 240,000 pounds or Rp3, 39 billion up to Rp 3 280 000 pounds, 95 billion.

Moby Dick was a nickname that bike, never been tested by Motor Cycling magazine in 1931, and reaches a top speed of 106mph. Achievement shocking at the time.
Further adjustment of the engine 1.142cc modified v-twin then scored again on lap top gear 115mph ketuga, and 109mph is achieved in seconds. Sold but later bought back by the family of vendors, Moby Dick was restored in 1998.
1924 Brough Superior 980cc SS80 will also take part in the sale. Expected to sell for 75,000 pounds to 95,000 pounds.

"The second auction in 2011 Stafford Bonhams will offer a significant collection of motorcycles. We will also be auctioning Kawasaki Z1 conditioned prime and target a total of 2 million pounds," said Ben Walker, Head of Bonhams to Autoevolution Motorcycles, Thursday, August 25, 2011. There will be 200 motorcycles are auctioned in the event.
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