Old Bike Australasia

Bulli auction a standout success

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Despite the cancellati­on of the event itself due to Covid, the AMCA Bulli Auction went ahead on 31st October at Manshed Auctions in Hornsby, Sydney, as Antony Gullick reports. “This auction is primarily to help pay for the Bulli Antique Bike Weekend. We do this at no cost to the seller and a 5.5% buyer’s premium, making it by far the most cost-effective way of selling your classic bike. There was also a parts auction. Some outstandin­g results were achieved, including $81,000 for a 1927 Indian Scout, $36,000 for a 1957 H-D Panhead, $23,000 for a 1924 AJS, $14,500 for a D Model H-D project, $28,000 for a WLA H-D, $17,500 for a 1980 Kawasaki Z1R Mk2, and $12,000 for a 1917 James two-stroke.” ■

 ?? ?? Needs work. The 1924 AJS.
Immaculate Indian Scout fetched $81,000.
Needs work. The 1924 AJS. Immaculate Indian Scout fetched $81,000.

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