This motorcycle is to be auctioned at our Live and Online Summer Sale, Hanger 113, Bicester Heritage, OX26 5HA.
Friday 14 August Spares & Memorabilia (Lot 1 - 212) 10am
Saturday 15 August Motorcycles (Lot 301 - 462) 10am
Sunday 16 August Motorcycles (Morbidelli Collection) (Lot 501 - 704) 10am
In light of the current government guidelines and relaxed measures we are delighted to welcome viewing, strictly by appointment. All the lots will be on view at Bicester Heritage in our traditional Hangar 113. We will ensure social distancing measures are in place, with gloves and sanitiser available for clients wishing to view motorcycle history files.
Please contact Bonhams Motorcycles with your preferred date, time and vehicle registration number to book an appointment.
Wednesday 12 August 1pm to 5pm
Thursday 13 August 9am to 5pm
Friday 14 August 9am to 5pm
Saturday 15 August 9am to 5pm (Lots 501-704 only)
LIVE AND ONLINE AUCTION
Please note that whilst public viewing is available by appointment, the auction itself will be conducted from a remote saleroom, behind closed doors without public access, in accordance with the current government guidelines. All bidding will be conducted via Online, Telephone and Absentee Bidding. Please contact our Bids Department to register.
1937 SCOTT 596CC FLYING SQUIRREL (LOT 362)
REGISTRATION NO. JSJ 832
FRAME NO. 4421M
ENGINE NO. DPY4387
The Scott motorcycle has always had a unique cult following. From the very first Scott in 1908 it was always fundamentally different to anything else on the road. "Motor Cycle" magazine concluded its road test of a 1936 Flying Squirrel with: "It is easy to understand the appeal that this machine has for the enthusiast. It only needs sampling once to fascinate the rider for a lifetime." Very little is known of the history of this very handsome 1937 "Flyer". It is believed to have been purchased by the lady vendor's late husband in 1998 when it was issued with its non-transferable registration number. Following a period of inactivity re-commissioning will be required before taking to the road. It is accompanied by a V5C. Prospective bidders should satisfy themselves as to the motorcycle's completeness and mechanical condition.
£6,000 - 9,000
€6,700 - 10,000
As with all Lots in the Sale, this Lot is sold 'as is/where is' and Bidders must satisfy themselves as to the provenance, condition, age, completeness and originality prior to bidding.
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