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Steve McQueen Bonneville T100 2011 $11,500 December 2, 2011 12:45 PM AWST On December 1, Bonhams UK held their 'Important Collectors' Motor Cars and Automobilia' auction at Mercedes-Benz World in Surrey, UK. While motorcycle offerings were thin on the ground at this auction, the one bike they did have on offer was special, and had a special story to go with it. Motorcycle fans will already know that the famous jump from the classic movie, 'The Great Escape' was performed on a Triumph, not a German motorcycle, and that the rider was not Steve McQueen, but professional stuntman, Bud Ekins. Irrespective of that, the bike, the jump and the movie are icons that have been reproduced countless times since The Great Escape debuted in 1963. In 2009, Peter Spowage conceived the idea of a motorcycle ride through Europe to commemorate the 50 RAF personnel executed after the actual events that inspired the movie, while also raising money for the UK-based 'Help for Heroes' charity, which supports former armed services personnel. As the ride would be going through parts of Germany made famous by the real events of The Great Escape, as well as locations used in filming of the movie, doing the ride on a bike in the style of McQueen's famous mount seemed a natural. Triumph, UK and Kent-based company Laguna Motorcycles got on board with Stowage's idea, building a special 'Great Escape Replica' around a 2011 model Triumph Bonneville T100. The bike was modified to incorporate Hagon shock absorbers, wider handlebars, concealed indicators, modified mudguards, military drab paintwork, solo seat and Triumph performance exhaust pipes to give it the right look and sound. Wearing an appropriate 'WWII POW' licence plate, the Great Escape Replica was accompanied by six other Triumphs from the factory's current range for the ride, which was dubbed 'Great Escape 2'. In June, 2011, the group departed on the 3,200-mile ride, which took in twelve European countries and visited significant sites, like the town of Fussen in Bavaria where McQueen's famous 'wire jump' was actually filmed. 'WWII POW' was taken to other easily recognisable settings and photographed in poses similar to those of Steve on the bike during the making of the film. It was photographed in many other historical locations, and featured on UK TV and in national newspapers and magazines. Upon its sale at Bonhams in December, the one-off Triumph made £11,500 (AU$17,620 approx.), with all proceeds going to UK Armed Services charities.
Steve McQueen Cyclone Motorcycle 1915 $775,000 ex-Steve McQueen 1915 Cyclone, sold for $775,000 at Mecum Auctions in Las Vegas on 21st March 2015. Sale March 2015 by Mecum. Part of the E.J. Cole collection. SOLD $775,000 1915 Cyclone Board Track Racer former Steve McQueen motorcycle. The E.J. Cole 1915 Cyclone was restored by Stephen Wright, author of the American Racer books. Cole purchased this Cyclone at the Steve McQueen Estate Auction at Las Vegas Imperial Palace in November 1984, where it was offered as Lot # 636. This combination of Steve McQueen and Cyclone is unique in the world, and it is by far the most interesting motorcycle owned by the King of Cool.
Steve McQueen Mustang 1968 $3,400,000 Sale price by Mecum January 2020. This is the Bullitt Mustang driven by Steve McQueen in the movie. Plus commission, the total was 3.74 million.
Steve McQueen Indian Sport Scout 1934 $177,000 Owned by Steve McQueen. Sold in 2006 in San Francisco.
Steve McQueen Harley X8E 1912 $117,300 Sale by Bonhams in Jan 2015. The ex-Steve McQueen 1912 Harley-Davidson X8E sold for a price of $117,300. 1912 Harley-Davidson X8E Big Twin, described as being in full running condition and coming complete with a controversial rattle-can paint job. The story goes that McQueen and painter Von Dutch may have added the red overspray while enjoying a few adult beverages one evening, but it is probably more likely they were peeling the bad paint job off and stopped when they found the original paint underneath. Like the 1936 Indian, this bike has been seen at auction before, selling at the Steve McQueen estate auction at the Imperial Palace in Las Vegas in 1984. Its rumored that McQueen actually rode the bike in a vintage motorcycle event, and it comes complete with the signatures of daughter Terry (who died of respiratory failure in 1998) and son Chad. It is not in its original form, however, as the wheels were changed and a headlight added after the bike left McQueens hands; despite these modifications, the Harley is expected to sell in the $120,000 to $140,000 range.
Steve McQueen Cyclone Board Track Racer 1915 $775,000 Sale March 2015 by Mecum. Part of the E.J. Cole collection. SOLD $775,000 1915 Cyclone Board Track Racer former Steve McQueen motorcycle. The E.J. Cole 1915 Cyclone was restored by Stephen Wright, author of the American Racer books. Cole purchased this Cyclone at the Steve McQueen Estate Auction at Las Vegas Imperial Palace in November 1984, where it was offered as Lot # 636. This combination of Steve McQueen and Cyclone is unique in the world, and it is by far the most interesting motorcycle owned by the King of Cool.
Steve McQueen Indian Chief w sidecar 1930 $65,000 Not a sale price. ebay auction that ended Feb 8 2014. Starting bid was $60,000 USD - it got 0 bids. The buy it now price was $65,000 USD. ex-Steve McQueen bike. 1200 cc. Located in Japan. This Indian chief was sold as Lot 501 at the Steve McQueen Estate Auction November 24-25, 1984 at the Imperial Palace in Las Vegas, Nevada. Bike come with certificate of authenticity from Terry McQueen and Chad McQueen at the 1984 Estate Auction. Sitting in museum after 1984 Imperial place auction. Missing muffler (lost when It shipped to Japan).
Steve McQueen GMC 101 Series Pickup 1958 $128,000 Nov 2006 sale by Bonhams & Butterfields Motorbikes Auction - From the Steve McQueen Collection. $128,000 paid -- World Record at auction -- for a 1958 GMC 101-series pickup truck, part of Steve McQueens ten-car collection housed at a famous Beverly Hills hotel during his extended stays in Southern California, described by Barbara McQueen as Steves baby.
Steve McQueen Indian Powerplus Daytona 1920 $150,000 Nov 2006 sale by Bonhams & Butterfields Motorbikes Auction - From the Steve McQueen Collection. $150,000 paid for Steve McQueens circa 1920 Indian Powerplus Daytona racing bike
Steve McQueen Indian Sport Scout 1934 $177,500 Nov 2006 sale by Bonhams & Butterfields Motorbikes Auction - From the Steve McQueen Collection. $177,500 paid - World Record at auction -- for a circa 1934 Indian Sport Scout, one of the makers most successful models in the 1930s and a favorite marque of Steve McQueen
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