FAMOUS BIKES TO BE OFFERED AT BARBER MUSEUM AUCTION ON OCT. 6

STEVE McQUEEN’S “ON ANY SUNDAY” 1970 HUSQVARNA 400 CROSS
Frame no. MH1341, Engine no. 401124
$75,000 – $100,000

Steve McQueen’s “On Any Sunday” Husqvarna motorcycle will be auctioned off at the Barber Museum on Saturday, October 6. Along with McQueen’s Husky, thee 1967 CZ 250 ridden by Paul Newman in the movie “Sometimes a Great Notion,” the 1968 Bultaco Pursang 250 Peter Fonda rode an the opening scene of “Easy Rider”and Dennis Hopper’s 1970 Husqvarna 250 Cross will also be auctioned.

1967 CZ 250 RIDDEN BY PAUL NEWMAN IN “SOMETIMES A GREAT NOTION”
Frame no. 980-02-02269, Engine no. 980-02-02269
$35,000 – $45,000

1968 BULTACO PURSANG 250 MKII RIDDEN BY PETER FONDA IN “EASY RIDER”
Frame no. 48-005120, Engine no. 48-00510
$60,000 – $70,000

DENNIS HOPPER’S 1970 HUSQVARNA 250 CROSS
Frame no. MH4689, Engine no. 252156
$20,000 – $25,000

Furthermore, two other motorcycles owned by Steve McQueen – in addition to his Husqvarna – will be offered: a highly sought after 1953 Vincent Comet Series C from England and an unusual and attractive Danish 1939 Nimbus Model C Luxus with Sidecar. Scheduled for Saturday, October 6th at the famous Barber Motorsports Museum near Birmingham, Alabama, the Bonhams auction will be held in concert with the annual Barber Vintage Festival. To learn more, visit www.bonhams.com/barber.

JIM POMEROY’S 1979 BULTACO PURSANG MK12
Frame no. PB21900226, Engine no. PM21900226
US 5,000 – $7000

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