This new page will allow you to look at the history of sales and get a feel of what Vincent specials are sold for over the years. Please be aware that unlike for the stock Vincents where the market price is driven mainly by the history of the machine, the respect of the original specification, the rarity of the model, a fully professional restored condition, not to mention the famous “matching numbers” or the eventual unrestored bonus factors, for the Specials it is a very different dynamic which is even more complex. So watch out what you are buying and always ask assistance of a friend or an expert whose opinion will likely be more pragmatic and less passionate than yours!
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SOLD in France on 2/25/2019 | Egli-Vincent by Slater 1971 Know as Shadow 70 this machine was built with a Rapide engine of 1951 and comes with full history. It had never be ridden before the current owner who acquired it in 2011. If interested contact me at: [DETETED | SOLD same day on 2/29/2019]
SOLD in the UK on 10/9/2018 | 1951 CTG-Vincent CTG framed Vincent twin Built using a donor 1951 Vincent twin this bike retains its original numbers and is a genuine period machine and not a new build like most of the bikes out there at the moment and even has a buff log book in the history file. Nickel plate frame, Matching Grimeca Drums front and rear, Genuine Ohlins rear suspension This bike also boasts a superb Bob Dunn built engine. The bike has been in our family since 2006 and we are only selling it to make space for a Classic car. Located in Leamington spa, Warwickshire. Contact +44 (0)7717 712663
OFF THE MARKET (was announced for sell on 5/10/2018) | Genuine Shadow 70 Was for sale in Australia a few months ago and now is in the UK, VIN41 was one of the very first machine built by Slater after he discontinued the supply relationship with Fritz Egli. Contact +44 (0) 7932 577 377 Full details on website
SOLD in the US on Jan 27, 2018 | Egli-Vincent 1330 by Godet The Godets continue to hold very well their value on the pre-owned market, selling generally fast and well. This Café Racer went for $107,250 at the last Mecum auction at Las Vegas. https://www.mecum.com/lots/LV0118-315137/1968-vincent-shadow-recreation/
SOLD in the UK on 3/17/18 | Godet Egli-Vincent 1000 1968 1000cc Egli Vincent Café Racer. Immaculate condition. 5,000 miles. Costing Over £70,000 When Ordered. Asking price: £59,995 Contact: +44(0)7932 577377 | More on: https://wesellclassicbikes.co.uk/bikes/645
SOLD on 12/1/2017 in NZ | Egli-Vincent Replica CTG-Vincent Egli style frame built by Colin Taylor. 1300cc Bob Dunn engine tith Twin plug head, Carillo rods, J&E pistons, BTH magneto, Big bore Gardiner type race carbs 38mm, Flowed big valve heads, Flowed header exhaust system, Newby dry clutch and belt drive. TZ750 4 lead front brake, Laverda rear brake, Francois Grosset banana tank Comes with starter system remote Price: 45,000 Euros Contact: ***@egah.de
SOLD in Australia on 7/15/17 | 2015 Egli-Vincent by Godet Built by Patrick Godet. A stunning evocation of the original Egli. Electric start. Travelled less than 150mi from new. Sports configuration. Fontana front brake. Asking price: A$112,000 including GST Contact: http://www.justauto.com.au
SOLD in the UK on 12/18/2017 | Very rare Vincent-Metisse Built in 1988 by Jack Barker for one of one of his friend. Engine has lightened flywheels, Mk2 camshaft, twin-plug cylinder head and 9:1 compression ratio. It is mated with a Norton gearbox. Frame built by MRD Metisse made of Reynolds 531 and was nickel plated. Marzocchi front fork with a 9in Grimeca 4LS front brake. Conical rear hub. The title is a 1965 Norton (V5). Electronic Ignition and 12v Alton. Aluminum tank. Classified add on eBay on 11/24/14: £25,000 Comment: unique build. You won’t see another one like that!
SOLD on eBay on 11/29/17 (was sold on 9/18/17) | NorVin 1140 Vincent Engine Number: F10AB/2/10728 (Vincent Rapide D from 1955) and Norton frame number: 56228 (wideline frame from 1954). Engine was completely rebuild with new parts from Maughan & Sons, England and rebored to 90mm which gives the engine 1140ccm and some extra torque. The 90mm pistons were custom produced by Wahl, Germany and the engine comes with a double ignition. The wideline frame was adjusted to fit the engine and gives it a perfect low centre of gravity position. The chopped engine was extended with the market leading TT Industries 5-speed extra heavy duty gearbox from New Zealand and a Bob Newby primary beltdrive and clutch. Hand made alloy tanks were produced to fit perfectly between frame & engine, 2nd alloy tank sits in the back underneath the seat for easier refilling and checking of oil circulation. The breathing of the engine was taking care through extra pipes from the crank and the top of the cylinder heads. Specially built high level exhaust system by Alden Exhausts, England. Electronic ignition and alternator by Electronic Data, Germany. Smith Kanrin front- & rearbrakes (the best drum brakes in my opionion). 5″ Vincent tacho, Norton Manx forks, Amal Mk1 33mm smoothbore carbs… Contact: eBay – last bit is £41,400 ($56,000)
SOLD on 12/15/2017 in California | Unique Trackmaster-Vincent This bike is built around a 1952 Vincent Rapide engine with a Chrome Moly Trackmaster Racing Frame with Integral Oil Tank, a lightweight (Matchless) Gas Tank, Suzuki Forks and Disc Brakes, Trackmaster Billet, Aluminum Triple Clamp, Aluminum Rims with Stainless Steel Spokes Engine Modifications: Complete rebuild; original cases but most everything else new – barrels, two front heads, transmission, V3 Multi Disc clutch, Carrillo rods, MK 11 Black Lightning racing cams, Amal T.T. Carbs, B.T.H Magneto, electric starter, custom stainless exhaust pipes. Total Weight (wet) 360lbs. Contact: Dave Henry at +1 (805) 705-4924 Hemmings | Asking price $75,000
WITHDRAWN 10/07/2017 in Australia | Vincent Shadow 70 of 1970 (Slater) Frame ‘VIN 41’; Engine ‘F10AB/1/8474’ (Rapide). This bike is in absolute original condition, has been in storage since 1980 with 12,000 original miles and has the original front Dunlop tyre. It has no oil leaks, recently tuned and detailed (not restored) and ready to ride. This bike was a private in-port from England to Australia for a couple to tour Australia in early 1970. Specifications: 998cc • High Compression Pistons • Lightning Mk2 cams. • 928 Concentrics • Mini Cooper twin point ignition • Multi-plate Clutch • Slater (by Cheney) frame 7/8” Reynolds 531 Chromoly tubed, brazed frame. • Alpha bottom End • Borrani Wheels • 9” 4LS Grimea Front Brakes • Laverda Rear Brakes 18” Berani • Ceriani Forks • Magura Levers • Still on Original Front Tyre, Dunlop. Asking price: A$98,000 See details on justauto.com.au or contact email@example.com
SOLD on 9/18/2017 | NorVin 1140 Built with original 1955 Vincent Rapide D engine (F10AB/2/10728) and a Wideline frame with the best parts available: Smith Kanrin front & rear hub, TTI 5-speed extra heavy duty gearbox, Norton Manx fork, 5in Vincent speedometer, electronic ignition & generator by electronic data, Bob Newby Beltdrive… Asking price (7/18/2017): £44,500 or 49,500 Euros Contact Bruno: +43 (0) 67812555XX or firstname.lastname@example.org Comment: rare D engine and pretty well put together.
SOLD in the UK on 11/17/2017 | Egli-Vincent Replica with 1949 Rapide engine This bike has a 1949 Vincent Rapide engine (F10AB/1/2168) while the chassis is a Egli-Replica which seems to have been built by Andy Sidlow (RC/1/11576B which is a 1952 Comet frame VIN). This machine was built up in 1997. It comes with a file of invoices for parts that includes work to the engine at this time. The front forks and yokes are Paioli with a Grimeca type double sided twin leading shoe front brake and matching single rear drum, both wheels have Akront alloy rims. The engine still has 6v electrics and is running on Mikuni carbs. Currently showing 1,036 miles it comes with a small history file . Asking price is GBP 59,995. Contact: Anthony Godin at tel:+44 1622 814140 or email@example.com
SOLD on eBay on 9/14/2017 | Vincent 500 Grey Flash Buy it now for $110,000 Frame RC/1A/5682 and engine F5AB/2B/3782 that match a bike that was delivered Sep 11, 1950 to the Vincent dealer in Brazil. Editor’s comment: this machine was not authenticated by the VOC and could not be original. So beware before clicking “Buy it Now”. Contact the VOC for more details (Simon Dinsdale). Well, it went for $50,000 so it tells the story that it was not what it looks like… eBay
SOLD in the UK on Sep-02, 2017 | Very rare RTV 1200 You don’t see many of those o the road simply because only 4 have been completed at the factory in the late 1990s. This one is #6 with frame 0006F and engine 0006E It is a 1200cc that was built by RTV in which Terry Prince and Rodney Brown were involved. Unfortunately the venture went bankrupt before the business could took off. Contact directly H&H Auctioneers Estimate value at auction: £40000 – 45000 plus 15% VAT – Sold for £40000
SOLD on 8/11/2017 – for sale in the UK on 8/10/2017 | JMC Egli-Vincent by John Mossey The bike is a 1000cc with Shadow specification is a multiple concours winner and based Nottingham UK. Chassis #1 and built in 2006 Asking price: £39,000 Contact: Steve at ******@virgin.net
UNSOLD on eBay on 7/27/2017 | Genuine Egli-Vincent 500 Comet (EV29D) Interesting machine that got unsold, the Comet have never been as popular as the twin. This is a genuine Swiss Egli built in 1969 and one of the 4 that got a 30mm lower sitting a built by Fritz for his then wife Margrit. Seller has the original bill of sale and also letter confirming this was one of the 4 with frame number EV29D single from Fritz Egli . Comes with full history file fist owner Phil French who was the UK Egli section organizer. has had a full restoration engine has been built by Vincent specialists Maughan and sons with many new parts. Original Lyta alloy tank , new alloy seat, original MP Racing forks with twin leading front brake , Vincent rear. Electronic mag , Alternator , Dunlop alloy rims. Contact: +44 (0)7881 913 478. Asking price £26,000 Comment: unfortunately during the restoration process a rear loop has been bolted to the frame.
SOLD in Australia on 7/15/17 | 1980 Prince Egli TPV Project Unfinished project. Rebuilt Series B Engine by Terry Prince 1/2660. Frame TPV30/B. Great opportunity to complete it your way. Alloy tank + seat professionally built. Ducati Suspension incl. Egli Racing front end. Brembo Discs, Lockheed brakes. Alloy wheels. Asking price: A$60,000 including GST 9/1/2017 new price at A$55,000 including GST. Contact: http://www.justauto.com.au
SOLD in the UK on 7/7/2017 | Egli-Vincent Replica Built with original Vincent-HRD 1949 Rapide engine (F10AB/1/2168) and an Egli replica frame with unknown origine (maybe Slater or later replica) whose VIN is RC/1/11576B (original Black Shadow frame VIN). Seller says to have a Certificate of Authenticity from The Vincent HRD Owners Club. Asking price £49,995 Contact: Howard Wise Cars at +44 (0) 20 8418 9191 or firstname.lastname@example.org
SOLD in the UK on 5/2/17 | Egli-Vincent 1000 by Godet Asking price : £65,500 – now £59,500 (10/7/2017) Contact : Conway email@example.com
UNSOLD in the UK on 4/1/17 | JMC NorVin 1000 This bike built by John Mossey has been proposed last year on eBay and is now offered through Car & Classic for £44.999 http://www.carandclassic.co.uk/car/C613821 eBay
Back on eBay on 12/15/17 but was a SPAM | NorVin 1140 Vincent Engine Number: F10AB/2/10728 (Vincent Rapide D from 1955) and Norton frame number: 56228 (wideline frame from 1954). Engine was completely rebuild with new parts from Maughan & Sons, England and rebored to 90mm which gives the engine 1140ccm and some extra torque. The 90mm pistons were custom produced by Wahl, Germany and the engine comes with a double ignition. The wideline frame was adjusted to fit the engine and gives it a perfect low centre of gravity position. The chopped engine was extended with the market leading TT Industries 5-speed extra heavy duty gearbox from New Zealand and a Bob Newby primary beltdrive and clutch. Hand made alloy tanks were produced to fit perfectly between frame & engine, 2nd alloy tank sits in the back underneath the seat for easier refilling and checking of oil circulation. The breathing of the engine was taking care through extra pipes from the crank and the top of the cylinder heads. Specially built high level exhaust system by Alden Exhausts, England. Electronic ignition and alternator by Electronic Data, Germany. Smith Kanrin front- & rearbrakes (the best drum brakes in my opionion). 5″ Vincent tacho, Norton Manx forks, Amal Mk1 33mm smoothbore carbs… Contact: eBay – last bit is £41,400 (56,000 Euros) on 11/29/17 – new auction is there eBay
UNSOLD (since 4/9/2016) in the UK and back on eBay | Egli-Vincent Replica £59,950 1330cc Superlight built by by Cottino Racing in 2009. Engine was commissioned from Bob Dunn with crankcases cast in Magnesium. 5-speed gearbox. 36mm Mikuni carbs. Frame from Andy Sidlow. Ceriani suspensions and upgraded by Maxton. Front and rear brakes from Fontana (Magnesium) laced into flanged alloy rims with stainless spokes. All the fittings on the bike are stainless or titanium. The bike is registered on its original 1950 paperwork which is now registered as a Egli Vincent. Comment: superbly build loaded with premium parts, however the 1950 paperwork does not match the frame period. Keep in mid this fact depending where you are going to title the bike (currently in the UK). Note that the asking price from £55,000 (04/2016) to £59,950 as of today.
UNSOLD on 4/11/2016 in France | 1979 Egli-Vincent (replica) Link: http://www.addict-motorcycle.com/motos-dexception/egli-vincent-cafe-racer-1979/ Asking price: 55,000 € Comment: Quite tidy machine, which seems to have been built from a Sprint Chassis (Smith Engineering) Contact: Fabien Giraud : +33 (0)6 11 07 17 30 – firstname.lastname@example.org
SOLD in the UK from Private Collection on 07/10/17 | 1949 Egli-Vincent Known as “Lady Blue Note”. 998cc. 3888 miles. Manufactured by Patrick Godet and fitted with original Rapide engine to shadow specification. The bike was exhibited in the prestigious Museum Bilbao to represent ‘The Art of the Motorcycle’ display. Later it was acquired by French enthusiast – hence the French number plates – who campaigned it regularly, notably at the Isle of Man TT. Price – £52,500 on 3/16/17 Please contact Howard Wise Cars – 0208 418 9191 / 07836 522 234 or email@example.com
SOLD on auction by Sotheby’s Villa Erba 05/27/2017 | Egli-Vincent 1330 Cafe Racer by Godet Gorgeous Cafe Racer, one owner from new; you will see on Sotheby’s page a lot of attention to the details such the Egli-Vincent hand grips. This is a 1330cc engine with casings and carburettors made of magnesium. Fitted with Fontana brakes front (4LS) and rear (TLS), it is equipped with an electric starter, an electronic ignition, an aluminium tank/seet, and a stainless steel muffler. The four-speed gearbox is new and features a multi-disc clutch – €78.975 http://www.rmsothebys.com/ve17/villa-erba/lots/1968-egli-vincent-1330-cafe-racer-by-godet/1702718
SOLD in the UK from a private collection (4/19/17) | 1968 Egli-Vincent by Godet 998cc, it has both Electric and kick start. Frame has provisions for side covers if buyer prefer to hide battery/rear carb. 1613 miles. Built by Godet Motorcycles. Registered in the UK Price – £52,500 Contact: Howard Wise Cars – +44 (0)208 418 9191 / (0)7836 522 234 or firstname.lastname@example.org (was for sale on 3/16/17)
SOLD on eBay (New Zealand) on 4/17/17 |TPV (Terry Prince Vincent) rolling frame. For sale TPV rolling frame that includes (based on the photos as no description attached): the frame, cantilever swing arm, Ohlins mono shock, complete front fork, front and rear wheels, front Brembo brakes (no rear brake), clip-on and tank-seat in fiberglass. Auction ended at $4,250 on 4/26/17 Comment: unlike what stated on eBay, this is not an Egli frame but a TPV (i), therefore it is not a 1966 year (said 1066) but 1990 – so be aware or titling challenges in some countries (ii) and last the Vincent single has a left hand side transmission so it may require mods on the swing arm to attach the rear brake, a point that needs to be checked with the vendor. Link: http://www.ebay.com/itm/1066-Vincent-for-single-or-twin-/262940104647?roken=cUgayN
SOLD in the UK | JMC Egli-Vincent 1200 This bike built by John Mossey is offered through Car & Classic for £38.750 http://www.carandclassic.co.uk/car/C848904
SOLD in the US (Missouri) 2/22/17 | 1958 NorVin Series B early engine (F10AB/1/271) and Wideline Norton frame. Asking price: $50,000 | Please call Michael Kiernan at (314)772-5758 Comment: Neat assembly but asking price is over the market. Keep this in mind.
SOLD on 04/09/2016 in the UK | Egli-Vincent (Replica) This Egli Vincent has been built by Conway Motors and has been ridden less than 500 miles. Asking price: £36,000 Contact: email@example.com 01622 872715 More: http://conway-motors.co.uk/wp/?page_id=12
SOLD in Germany on Nov 13, 2016| 1949 Vincent Rapide by Weidelich (Egli Style) This special Rapide was made by Hartmut Weidelich. The engine has been optimized. The frame and the brakes have been modified. The oil tank is located in the frame. Offered for sale at 55.000 €. See details on Contact info +49 74 248 – – – –
SOLD in Scandinavia on November 5, 2016| 1969 Genuine Egli-Vincent Built in 1969 in Switzerland by Fritz Egli motor Lightning Specification. This was the first (and only) real bodied Egli-Vincent, who was taken to Sweden by the then importer, Håby-Sjoberg in Munkedal. This copy immediately became known to the whole Mc-Sweden because it was used as a drawing card including at Mc-Fair in Marble Halls 1970 in Håby-Sjoberg ads. Registered as a 1970 model. VIN number EV57D. The current owner since 2002 by Sivert Bomberg, is probably the country’s premier Vincent-renovators. Of the 1800 mile is visible, however, no trace, it is still in show condition. It is hoped that the unique bike to be able to stay in Sweden, so we hope for bid around 990.000 SEK ($110,000). Copious documentation included. Comment: a unique opportunity to buy the real thing.
UNSOLD on 4/9/2016 in the UK | JMC-NorVin 1000 (first generation) Link: http://www.carandclassic.co.uk/car/C676274 Asking price: £59,980 – now dow to £49,980 (10/7/2017) Comment: Not the most desirable JMC-NorVin with its open loop in front of the engine – On my opinion completely overpriced (£59,980).
SOLD on eBay in the UK (11/26/2016) | NorVin 1000 1952 black shadow engine in 1963 Norton wideline frame, buff log book, transferable reg built in 1963 by Ross Motors one owner from 1968 to 2011. Bought as good running bike did cosmetic rebuild have done about 1000 miles, but noisey 2nd gear, BTH comp mag, no lug have been removed from engine will fit in to standard frame. Contact 07802 972 298 (ask Ken). Email may not be answered in timely manner for bidding. Last and unique bib: £36,500 ($49,300) Comment: looks like a pretty nice NorVin
SOLD – 5/6/2016 at Classic Super Bikes in the UK | JMC Egli-Vincent JMC Egli-Vincent with 1949 title (Egli Frame, Electronic Start). Add says “fully restored/rebuilt working 1948 Vincent HRD 1000cc Series B Rapide Egli frame in red with electronic start, has been rebuilt/restored with original parts by J.M.R. (John Mossey) restorations in Jan 2007 finished by Dave Hailwood Sept 2008. 07/25/2014 Editor’s comment: This bike was for sale earlier in 2014 on Craig’s List for £55,000 (see earlier in the trail) and was not sold because too high. Price reset at £47,500 on 3/31/16 and now £39,995 (4/26/16) on Car & Classics Contact: Classic Superbikes
SOLD in Australia on May 22, 2016 |1953 Egli-Vincent style project Asking price £30,000. See details on the following post https://egli-vincent.net/2016/05/22/exclusive-web-for-sale-in-australia-egli-vincent-style-project/
SOLD on 04/09/2016 | Godet Egli-Vincent in France 1967 Godet Egli-Vincent 1000 Café Racer (EV68D) Asking price: 70,000 € Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org and +33 (0)3 86 40 34 59 More: http://www.classicmotocycle.com/index.php?lang=en&page=A%20vendre&title_name=Vincent%20HRD%20Egli%20Black%20Shadow%20-%201000%20cc%20-%20c%201967&art_id=5&p_id=207
REMOVED – Egli-Vincent frame replica on 4/9/2016 in the UK. Link: http://www.carandclassic.co.uk/car/C699603 Asking price: £1,895 Comment: Unless you are a “pro” and motivated, you must know you are FAR AWAY to have a riding bike (hours and $) with such project. Think also that the frame is not coded nor has its V2, that’s another upcoming hassle. if
UNLISTED from eBay on 4/9/2016 in the UK | JMC-NorVin 1000. Link: http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=282243216527#ht_1169wt_1348 Asking price: £39,999
SOLD – Bonham’s auction on 4/23-24/2016 at Stafford | Vincent Shadow 70 by Slater (VIN28) This is a Vincent Shadow 70 with a desirable Black Shadow engine (F10AB/1B/4868) and a Slater frame (VIN28). Sold for £34,500 ($50,052) Comment: a “bargain” with a Black Shadow engine. Contact: http://www.bonhams.com/auctions/23600/lot/317/
SOLD – Classic Super Bikes on 4/6/2016 in the UK | Egli-Vincent (Replica) This 1954 Black Shadow engine in what may be a Cheney frame, says the description. Indeed, the rear foot pegs frame loops were not usually done by Cheney. Asking price: £59,950 Contact: http://www.classicsuperbikes.co.uk/catalogue/Bikes-for-sale/Egli-Vincent.html
UNSOLD – 03/09/16 on eBay in Italy | Vincent Shadow 70 by Slater (VIN78) The Shadow 70 was assembled in the UK by Roger Slater from 1970 to 1972 after the Egli-Vincent license was terminated. For more details call the vendor Contact: http://www.ebay.com/itm/351672069702?forcerRptr=true&item=351672069702&viewitem= Comment: note that the rear loop has been truncated – Unsold $40,100 (reserve not met)
SOLD on September 1, 2016 (UK) | Shadow 70 by Slater Proposed on eBay this Shadow 70 built by Roger Slater in late 1970 or likely early 1971 based on the V.I.N. (VIN37) – not 1968 . Note that the engine is an original Vincent that has been chopped and transmission (gearbox/primary) replaced by Norton element. Price is £35,000 as Buy it Now. Contact: http://www.ebay.com/itm/222209407161?_trksid=p2055119.m1438.l2649&ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT
SOLD on eBay on 2/1/2015 | NorVin project 500 Comet This bike is especially rare because it was built in the early sixties and registered as a ‘Vinton’ at that time. Chassis: Wideline Norton featherbed frame, Short Roadholder forks, Dunlop alloy rims on full width Norton hubs, Long circuit fibreglass petrol/oil tank, Manx seat, Clip-ons. Engine/transmission: Vincent Comet 500cc engine 1951 – Series C. 1 1/8” Amal carb (Black Shadow size) and float chamber, Vincent primary and gearbox The bike was built and registered as a 1000cc Vinton in 1964. The modern V5C is present as well as the original 60s log book and the interim blue and white V5 | SOLD for £8,200 http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Norvin-Vinton-project-Norton-featherbed-frame-and-Vincent-Comet-engine-1964-/311269508166?nma=true&si=lT8zVa8rfIM6HbRcg%252BcuJlqjEDw%253D&orig_cvip=true&rt=nc&_trksid=p2047675.l2557
SOLD on 12/12/14 in France | Genuine Egli-Vincent (EV22C) Was originally assembled in the UK by Roger Slater in 1970 Egli Vincent, now French registration Rapide 1950 C engine F10/AB/1/3491 Features: Twin sparks heads, Lightning camshafts (Mk II), Omega pistons, Alpha Bearings crankshaft, Electric starter by Grosset, Alton alternator, Robinson 4LS front drum brake on Borrani rim, Black Shadow original rear drum brake on Dunlop rim, Chronométric Smiths clocks with km/h speedometer, All Tomaselli controls. Fritz Egli certified frame ( Egli document ) Status : SOLD (was advertised £55,555)
SOLD 09/09/2014 | Egli-Vincent (REPLICA) in the US 1974 Egli-Vincent with 1000cc Vincent Black Shadow engine in it. Classic Egli nickel plated chassis with Ceriani 35mm front forks, Borrani WM3 alloy wheels laced to large drum brakes. Aluminum alloy gas tank, Smith gauges and much more. Excellent motorcycle for a canyon road run or for any concours d’elegance. Asking price was $59,500.00 Contact: email@example.com Tel: (1) 805 798-1802 www.batorinternational.com
SOLD 08/03/2014 | Godet Egli-Vincent in the US 1968 Godet Egli-Vincent Café Racer shown here in Patrick Godet’s shop in France following completion in January 2012. This bike is 1,330cc and has the optional black engine cases, turn signals and battery compartment covers. Dual citizenship in the USA (California) and Canada (Alberta). Spotless condition with roughly 150 miles on the odometer put there during factory testing. $77,500 USD FOB Calgary Alberta Canada (private sale)
SOLD on 10/21/2014 in France | Genuine Egli-Vincent built by Slater 1968 Egli-Vincent (EV46) built by Slater in the UK. Asking price: 62,000 € Link: https://legendmotorslille.com/2014/10/27/egli-vincent-1000-1968/
EXPIRED | JMC Egli-Vincent in the UK Add says: 1948 Vincent HRD 1000cc Series B Rapide (Egli Frame, Electronic Start) – £55000. Fully restored/rebuilt working 1948 Vincent HRD 1000cc Series B Rapide Egli frame in red with electronic start, has been rebuilt/restored with original parts by J.M.R. (John Mossey) restorations in Jan 2007 finished by Dave Hailwood Sept 2008. 07/25/2014 My comment: This bike is for sale for a while, price is definitely high. http://london.en.craigslist.co.uk/mcy/4536061637.html
EXPIRED | Vincent 500 “Red Comet” in USA This Comet has been for sale for a while but did not sale Jun 1 on eBay at $20,100 ( http://www.ebay.com/itm/131199200792). Nicknamed “The Red Rocket”, it was purchased from a road race museum two years ago. “Engine is a 498cc with only 26,000 original miles, the original standard cylinder bores were found to be quite serviceable. Well-known Vincent expert Marty Dickerson supplied a brand new standard 11:1 piston while legendary restorer Mike Parti implanted an Alpha big end and lined the flywheels. The heads were ported to match the Amal GP carburetor that Al found at a swap meet where he also located the Norton 4-speed transmission now found on the Red Rocket in place of the standard Burman box. Bike is sold with bill of sale, not a title.” My comments: The reserve price is said to have been lowered by $10,000, however the asking price is still too high. For the time being, considering the work to be done on the bike, the last eBay auction seems to be about the right price for whoever is interested by the pedigree of the bike. 06/15/2014
EXPIRED – 2014 | Vincent Rapide Bobber in USA This 1949 Vincent Rapide was auctioned at Las Vegas in Jan 2013. At $66,000 it did not sell. The seller was asking for $80,000. The engine is stroked to 1200cc and the catalogue mentions the following: “The Rapide has been a personal project for the seller for over 20 years and was recently completed in October 2013. The restoration was done with great attention to details and include parts from a rare Vincent Lightning and a Vincent Black Shadow. After restoration no fluids were added. No miles on the rebuilt engine. Overall the seller wanted to create the vision of the “Ultimate Café Racer”, this bike is the result! Sold with title guaranteed” Contact Franck on his cell 714-272-0462 My comments: although the seller seems to have done a great job in assembling parts coming from several basket cases, he definitely over-estimate the value of the bike at $80,000. Numbers do not match and it is only a Rapide. If you fall in love with the style, go for it, but be aware you will likely do not return your money before years…. 03/20/2014
EXPIRED – 2014 | Vincent Black Lightning (REPLICA) in the UK Description says: “Started life as a Rapide series C 1954, matching numbers, complete with new and old buff log book. Built using a lot of genuine, original Lightning parts (ie Lightning Smith yellow faced rev counter , foot pegs, seat, magneto and gearbox) This bike has been raced for thirty years plus and owned by myself for the last 18 plus years and raced all over Europe ready for the forthcoming season. It is only for sale as I am retiring from a lifetime of racing and scaling down my collection.” Unsold on eBay, you can contact the seller at +44 (0) 7707 085372 My comments: looks like a very neat bike which is perfect if you cannot afford the genuine thing or as a second Vincent, but don’t forget it will remain a Rapide forever. 03/17/2014
SOLD 03/17/2014 | Egli-Vincent in FRANCE This Egli-Vincent Replica is for sale in France. Frame is one of the early Egli replica made from Britain and the bike was registered in 1968 and rebuilt to brand new condition by Francois Grosset with a 1250cc displacement and Terry Prince heads, 5-speed gearbox, multi-plate clutch, 36mm PHF Dell’orto carbs, electronic ignition and electric starter. Selling price removed on the request of the buyer. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DYDrr5FOMHs
EXPIRED – 2014 | Mossey Egli-Vincent in the UK JMC Egli Vincent 1000 built around 2000. Frame # R2223 and Engine # F5AB2A3058 . Offers around £40,000. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or +44 (0) 1630 657156 http://www.classicbikes.co.uk My comments: Frame number is said to come from a Vincent Comet (so is the engine number F5AB/2A instead of F10AB/1). As some countries do not accept engine upsize, check if the title specify “Comet”. Overpriced – for information this bike was auctioned at Bonhams £18,400 on Oct 18, 2009. http://www.bonhams.com/auctions/17664/lot/403/ 03/17/2014
EXPIRED – 2014| Vincent Rapide by Weidelich (Egli Style) in Germany This special Rapide was made by Hartmut Weidelich. The engine has been optimized. The frame and the brakes have been modified. The oil tank is located in the frame. Offered for sale at 49.000 € Contact email@example.com 03/17/2014
SOLD in 2014 – Australia (Shannons’ Auctions) | Norvin 1000 Registered in 1949 – Sold for AU$48,000 https://www.shannons.com.au/auctions/2014-shannons-sydney-winter-classic-auction/Y6F5NM2FQ5YCQ98J/
SOLD in the UK in 2013 | Cottino Racing Egli-Vincent 1330 Super-Light. Description says: “once in a lifetime opportunity to purchase probably the most unique hand built and as new Egli Vincent 1330 Superlight available today !! The professional build was completed in 2009 by Cottino Racing a division of Phil Cotton Motorcycles in Cumbria. The build specification was to build the bike with absolutely no expense spared using all new parts and to the highest specification. Engine was commissioned from Bob Dunn with all new components and the crankcases cast in Magnesium with one of Bobs short stroke cranks and big bore kits making it 1330cc on top of this his multi plate race clutch. speed gearbox. Bobs own electric start. Pazon ignition. Alternator conversion and Fitted with 36mm Mikuni carbs. The new frame came from builder Andy Sidlow. The front forks and rear shocks came from Ceriani which before fitting were further upgrade by Maxtons. The front and rear brakes are Fontana and made from Magnesium laced into flanged alloy rims with stainless spokes all the fittings on the bike are stainless or titanium. As the original builder I am offering this bike for sale on behalf of the owner. Advertised for £55,000
SOLD by Bonhams on 4/25/2010 | NorVin with chopped Black Shadow engine Lot 459 1954 – 1200cc engine Frame no. J14 67199 Engine no. 1B/6842 Sold for £20,700 (US$ 27,106) inc. premium https://www.bonhams.com/auctions/18221/lot/459/?category=list