4 Most Expensive Harleys Sold At Las Vegas Auction

One of the biggest motorcycle auctions is held by Mecum at the South Point Hotel Casino & Spa in January each year. And this one was the biggest with over 1,700 motorcycles and motorcycle items crossing the block.

A lot of experts predicted a weak performance due to the massive quantity of bikes offered during the week. But the results show otherwise. American Iron Magazine publisher and classic motorcycle enthusiast and racer Buzz Kanter was there to cover the action and write it up for a future issue of American Iron Magazine.

But, just to give you the headlines, here are the 4 most expensive Harley items sold this year at the auction. And one of the is not even a Harley motorcycle!

4 MOST EXPENSIVE HARLEYS SOLD AT LAS VEGAS AUCTION

#1 most expensive Harley to sell at the 2018 motorcycle auction in Las Vegas. With commission, it sold for $154,000.

#2 highest priced selling Harley at Las Vegas motorcycle auction. 1945 EL Harley Knucklehead. Sold for $99,000 including commission.

#3 highest priced Harley to sell at the Las Vegas motorcycle auction. Possible ex-police 1917 Harley motorcycle. Including commission it sold for $98,700

The 4th highest priced Harley to sell was not a motorcycle, but an old neon sign. It hung over the main entrance to the original Harley factory. It sold for $88,500 including commission. And there is no neon left on it!

A full report with all the detail and lots of photos of the American motorcycles sold there in an upcoming issue of American Iron Magazine, the world’s best selling magazine in the field.

American motorcycle brands sold at this auction include Big Bear, Big Dog, Brass Balls, Buell, Champion Trike,  Cushman, Excelsior, Excelsior Henderson, Exile, Flying Merkel, Harley-Davidson, Henderson, Indian, Jefferson, Marsh Metz, Merkel, Mustang, Ner A Car, Pope, Powell, Sears, Spacke, Thor, Victory and Whizzer.

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