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Templeton MA 01468
 
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There are some very Special Bikes in Bob's Collection
This page will showcase some of the best.

Indian Scout
    1950 BSA    1958 AJS Racer
1959 Norton Manx
    1965 HD CR250    1966 Ducati MKIII
1950's Gilera Saturno Course     1950's Gilera Saturno Sport

Updated Information for the Bob Barker Estate Auction CLICK HERE



1928 Indian 101 Scout

Many people consider the Indian 101 Scout the finest handling machine that Indian ever made and some feel that it was the company's best bike period. This 1928 101 is part of the Bob Barker Estate that will be auctioned off along with 54 other motorcycles a machine shop, a fabricating shop, parts and tools at no reserve on march 8th in Gainesville Florida.  The bike is in great shape in my opinion, just look at the original logos on the close up of the footboard. I was told that Bob rode this bike last year and it was the last bike that he rode.


 
Circa 1958 AJS 7R Factory Roadracer

AJS built the 7R Model from 1949 to 1962 and they have a great racing history. The bikes were supplied with the overhead cam engine with Magnesium cases. They were light, reliable and fast. Bob Barker owned this example for a long time and took excellent care of it. All three of the numbers match, Frame, Engine and Transmission and the bike is in great shape. This is a rare example of a racing machine that has had some love. Bob kept the bike in his office when he stopped racing it. 
     

1950 BSA ZB33 500cc street bike
The BSA B33's have always been a great ride for me. The big 500 single has plenty of power for back road fun. With the bike's big flywheels, I find them very easy to start, one of the easiest of all the big singles. Here is a great, complete bike in excellent very original looking "Barn Find" condition. The bike is fitted with the optional "plunger rear suspension and the chrome on the tank looks good. Buy this bike to ride it!
     
1959 Norton Manx Factory Roadracer
I was told that Bob bought this bike From Joe Scalzo in the 60's and it was raced by Lance Weil and Bob in the early days and then later by AHRMA Champion, Pat Mooney. Pat told me that this is a very good motorcycle and one of Bob's favorites as it resided in his office along with his beloved AJS 7R. The machine is in great shape and has a belt drive primary for Vintage racing today. I did find the racing spares and the original primary that will be sold with the machine. The motorcycle will be sold with No Reserve at the Bob Barker Estate Auction in Gainesville, Florida on March 8.
Here is a chance to own one of these exotic factory build racing machines with so much success and racing history.
     
1965 Harley-Davidson CR250 Factory Roadracer
Here is a wonderful example of one of the last 4 stroke single machines to compete with the fast rising 2 stroke 250's from Japan.
This number 65CR5024 has matching frame and engine numbers. That means that we have the original factory racing engine and cases. This is fairly rare to have a factory built roadrace machine so well preserved. AHRMA's David Roper has won a bunch of races and championships using the Harley-Davidson racing singles. Here is a machine that you could ride on the track as well as display the bike at shows.
     
1966 Ducati MKIII
Here is a great example of one of Ducati's best little 250 singles. The MKIII was a special sporting model with lots of exotic extra's.
This bike looks like new and has only 1,825 miles on the odometer
     

1950's Gilera Saturno Course

Very Special OHC Factory Built Roadracing machine.
   

1950's Gilera Saturno Sport

This is a very rare example of the road going OHC Saturno Special. We do have many of the parts to complete this machine that will be lotted with the bike.
   
 
     
     
     
     
     

Be sure to check back often as we will be adding more information on the special bikes in Bob's collection as we approach the auction date.