Author Topic: FS: Real 1908 motorcycle and 1912 cyclecar (portion as donation to this forum)  (Read 192 times)

Online Berman

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 Totally restored 1908 Moto Reve motorcycle. This is the same type of bike as used by James McCudden, Britain's WWI ace. To see McCudden astride his Moto Reve, Google "McCudden motorcycle". Selling mine for $35,000 USD. One thousand dollars from this sale to be donated to WW1 Aircraft Models forum.
   1912 Pioneer cyclecar. Last one in existence. This was designed by William Bushnell Stout who later designed the Ford Trimotor aircraft and Stout Scarab automobile. Red with black fenders and white rubber tires. Runs and drives. Many photos of my vehicle on Bing images. For sale at $50,000 USD with $1,000 going as donation to this forum.
   Serious inquiries only please      berman4@charter.net

Offline Dave Brewer

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Very generous Berman,amazing looking machines.Best of luck with the sales,are you looking to fund a new project?
Cheers,
Dave.

Offline bobs_buckles

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I hope you manage to sell both, Berman.

If I had a fat wallet and a shipping container I would have both off you in a flash, but alas, that is far from the case.

Good luck!
vB  ;)



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Online Berman

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Dave, my next major project is marrying a woman who is currently stuck in Istanbul, Turkey. She traveled through Moldova, Romania, and Bulgaria to Turkey because Ukraine's airports were shut down. She is a doctor so was able to accompany a Red Cross group. Unfortunately, Turkey cancelled all flights on March 27 and will not reopen till April 17th.
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 PS. Peter Jackson needs these vehicles in his collection. :)
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