Monterey Classic Bike Auction 2006

Bidders Will Be Like Kids In A Candy Store At MCBA 2006

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**July 10, 2006 - **Bidders will be astounded by the wide variety of motorcycles, accessories, art andmemorabilia at this year's Monterey Classic Bike Auction. Here's just a taste of the fascinating itemsthat will reach the block on July 21st and 22nd inside the event's massive enclosed seaside pavilion atthe Portola Plaza Hotel:

Of course, these and many more bikes are in addition to the '05 Ducati Desmosedici GP5 that LorisCapirossi rode to victory last year in Sepang, which will certainly set a world record price for amotorcycle at auction.

Registration forms for buyers and sellers are available now at www.montereyclassicbikeauction.com.

Bidders do not have to be present to participate. An easy-to-use online simulcast bidding program enablesprospective buyers to bid in real time at a computer screen from anywhere in the world.

Information: www.montereyclassicbikeauction.com
Email: auction@resmarket.com

This 1915 Indian Board Tracker was beautifully restoredto original specs by Steve Huntzinger and now representsan amazing piece of motorcycling history.
This extremely rare 1929 600cc Bohmerland ("Land ofBohemia" in German) was manufactured in Czechoslovakiaand has many futuristic features, like an all-welded frame andinterchangeable cast alloy wheels. It was the world's longestand heaviest street motorcycle in production at the time!
Hanebrink-designed & built Bonneville Streamliner poweredby a 40 hp factory-prepared water-cooled 2-strokemotocross engine that is easily capable of 180 mph!
1976 Yamaha TZ750C, exhaustively restored to original,like-new condition by Steven Wright, one of the world'sleading historians and restorers. About as close as youcan get to a first-generation TZ750 as they rolled offYamaha assembly lines.
The original first-year Honda Goldwing GL1000that Craig Vetter used to create the famous VetterWindjammer. Incredibly unique, plus Vetter will beat MCBA '06 to sign the bike and answer questions.
Racing legend Jeff Ward's 2004 AMA SupermotoChampionship-winning Honda CRF 450, the bike herode to the all-time lead in AMA titles.