Indian Motorcycle today released the schedule and additional details of one of the most highly anticipated motorcycling events in decades —the debut of the all-new 2014 Indian Chief. Two and a half years in the making, the reveal will be a thrilling inauguration to the 73rd Annual Sturgis Motorcycle Rally. Today’s news follows the company’s […]
Bonhams Las Vegas Motorcycle Auction Rakes In $1.8 Million
A collection of classic motorcycles including some owned by the Du Pont family was auctioned by Bonhams in Las Vegas, with sales reaching $1.8 million, nearly double the pre-auction estimates.
The auction included 50 motorcycles and 113 lots of spare parts from the Du Pont family including some from the personal collection of E. Paul du Pont, founder of Du Pont Motors and one-time president of Indian Motorcycles. The Du Pont collection accounted for $1 million. The auction also featured 70 other rare motorcycles.
The highest selling motorcycles were a pair of Vincents. Pictured below is a 1955 Vincent Black Prince with 13,000 miles on it that sold for $122,500. Pictured at the top is a 1953 Vincent Series C Black Shadow with 3,034 miles on the odometer owned by Lex du Pont, which also sold for $122,500.