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LENNON'S MOTORCYCLE SELLS FOR ALMOST DOUBLE ITS ESTIMATED PRICE

HONDA MONKEY GOES IN SPRING AUCTION

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John Lennon's Honda Monkey sold for £57,500 in an auction at the National Motorcycle Museum on Sunday.

The 49cc 1969 Honda Z50A K1, which was used by Lennon as a runaround on his Berkshire estate between 1969 and 1971, was expected to fetch around £30,000. H&H Classics, which was selling the bike on behalf of its owner John Harington, has said it is "hugely satisfied" to have achieved such a price.


Comments

07/03/18 - Nice little bike and the provenance but that's to steep a price for a monkey bike

07/03/18 - Mad

Posted by Daisy Cordell
for Wemoto News on 06 March 2018 in General News

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