This page is dedicated to the Egli-Vincent and other Vincent specials offered for sale around the world. By publishing these adverts, I do not endorse in any way the sellers or their representants. When necessary, I will add my own comments based on the information publicly provided, however as for any large cash outlay, please ensure you make your due diligence preferably with the assistance of a brand expert during the purchasing process.
The webmaster, Philippe Guyony |
updated on August 5, 2019
For the history of sales, look at the archive page
For sale in Germany on 7/14/2019 | Rare Vincent Comet Metisse A very special bike as only one was built in 1988 with a 1952 Comet engine by Jack Barker. Marzocchi front fork with a 9in Grimeca 4LS front brake. Conical rear hub. BTH magneto, and Alton 12V alternator. The bike comes with additional Rickman Avon style half fairing (as seen on Classic Bike Magazine). The bike is located in Hamburg (D) and is licensed and TÜV/MOT until 04/2020. It was featured in Classic Bike Guide No244 of August 2011. asking price: £28,500 (or 31,900€), updated 8/5/2019 Write to email@example.com
SOLD in USA on 7/1/2019 (9/17/2019) | 1200 TPV Egli Vincent (Terry Prince) Built by Matthew Biberman and Logan Robison, this Special—christened “the Vingusta”—is a 1200 with two of the last Terry Prince top end kits (assembled by Steve Hamel). The lower end and the fitting of the 5 speed gearbox was done by Bob Dunn in the UK using mismatched but original crankcases sourced from Terry Prince, as was the frame. Suspension front and rear is up to date and fully adjustable with Marzocchi 50mm RAC upside-down forks and a Progressive 465 RAP monoshock. Brembo P4 radial calipers grab massive 320mm Braking SK2 discs. Pirelli Sport Demons wrap classic 40-spoke Sun Rim wheels. Pazon twin plug ignition head, Grosset electric start kit and Alton 12 volt generator system. 36mm Amal MKIIs are mated to custom manifolds made by Craig Rodsmith, who did the bodywork and finished off the two into one exhaust system work (sourced as a kit from Colin Taylor). Rizoma components are featured. With reasonable 9 to 1 modern pistons, and at only 1200cc the bike is easy to start, sounds great. Asking price $85,000 Contact: Matthew at firstname.lastname@example.org
For sale in Australia (5/15/19) | Genuine RTV 1200 One of the 12 ever made, this one may be the last (engine #12). Owner has the original documentation and specifications that came with the bike: Engine displacement is 1200cc in a classic 50° V-Twin Vincent configuration, but no Vincent logo are casted on the engine. Electric Start, 5-Speed Transmission, 41mm Paioli Inverted Forks, Ohlin’s mono shock, Dymag 3 Spoke Wheels, Twin Brembo Front Brakes, Single Brembo Rear Brake, Dry Weight 190kg, Power 90ps @ 6500rpm, Max Speed 225kph. Offers around AU$85,000* – contact Ron at email@example.com
For Sale on 4/16/2019 in the EK | JMC Egli Vincent
Black and Gold, 1200cc. REG 1969 with only 700 miles.
Specification as follows:
Nickle Frame, Black Engine, 1200cc, Twin Plug Heads, Delorto 34mm Carburettors, Gas Flowed and Ported, Electric Start, Electronic Ignition, Alton Alternator (12 volt),
5 speed gearbox, Ceriani front Forks, Fontana 4LS front brake, Fontana TLS rear brake.
Now £43,500 (6/18/19)
Contact Tom at firstname.lastname@example.org
SOLD by Mecum at Las Vegas on 1/22/2019 | Early Mossey Vincent (1999) No final price was mentioned but estimate was $60,000 to $80,000 This is an Early Mossey Vincent (then JMR and JMC) Link to the auction
SOLD in the UK since 4/05/2018 | Comet Racer Very little is known on this bike. No mention of the origin of the frame nor if the bike comes with a title. Asking price: £15,000 Email email@example.com Comment: be sure that the bike can be title if you do not intend to race it
UNSOLD by Mecum at Las Vegas (Jen 2019) | JMC Egli Vincent 998 This bike built by John Mossey (chassis RS411182 and engine F10AB411182). It is a 998cc and will likely turn up to the next auction. Stay tuned it you are interested. Link to Previous Auction
For sale in the UK Genuine Egli-Vincent 1971 EV**D was imported as a bare frame from Egli Switzerland and assembled by Slater in 1971. (Letter from Fritz himself to confirm) The bike was owned by TT rider Nigel Rollanson for many years from 1971, Nigel is well known for winning on both 2 and 3 wheels at the IOM Recently rebuilt using the very best parts including Alpha Bearing crank, Ron Kemp Pistons, Re-sleeved by Omega, built to shadow spec There are photograph albums showing the meticulous rebuild Asking price: £58’000 Contact: +44 (0) 1530 261192
For Sale in France (8/31/2018) | CTG-Vincent with a 1951 Comet 500cc | UPDATED PRICE The frame and swinging arm (nickel plated) was built by Cyril Malem (CTG). the Borrani rims are wired with stainless Steel spokes on Dunlop K81 tyres. The front fork is a Ceriani GP. Brakes Fontana front brake 4LS (magnesium). Alloy control levers. Vincent Rear hub (alloy). 5” Vincent Black Shadow tachometer. 3” speedometer (Smith replica) with MPH scale. Banana tank (fiberglass) with internal resin treatment and aluminum Monza cap. Fiberglass seat. All the fasteners are Stainless Steel. Owner says the bike is 100% operating and immaculate. Asking price is 25,500£ (28,500€). Possibility to trade-in a Vincent Rapide (C series). Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
For sale in Italy on 2/8/2017 | Egli-VIncent 1200 Replica EV Racer built with possibly a Andy Sidlow frame (TBC) and a 1952 Rapide chopped engine (F/10/AB/1/9670) matted to Norton gearbox. Fully restored recently. Call Alessandro Altinier at +(39) 337-503954 or email to email@example.com | More on www.altiniermotorcycles.com Asking price: 49,000 Euros
For sale in New Zealand on 4/30/17 | Vincent Special by Christ Knibbs Built it in the uk in 2001 by Chris Knibbs and exported to NZ in 2006 – It has been compliant in both countries. The bike has two front heads, a Norton commando transmission with RGM belt drive, electronic ignition, Kubota alternator, Moto Guzzi front end, Norton Commando rear hub, flanged rims with stainless spokes. gearbox has outrigger bearing tied to crankcases, no tensioning required so no slots and drawbolts. Aluminium frame, swing-arm, seat, tank, stainless exhaust and pipes are custom-made. A million other parts: 5in tacho-chronometric and cycle speedo. Chris says it is a good usable bike probably overdue a freshen up but other things to do, reflected in the NZ$55.000 (about $38,000 and 35,000 Euros and £29,000). Contact: Chris.firstname.lastname@example.org also on eBay