Results: Mecum Las Vegas Motorcycle Auction

Walworth, WI — Mecum’s June 1-2 vintage and antique motorcycle auction in Las Vegas achieved overall sales totals of more than $3 million as 271 motorcycles changed hands.
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The Ducati brand played a significant role at the sale. Not only did two examples of the marque place among the auction’s top sales, but a one-of-a-kind custom 2017 Ducati Scrambler Icon designed by celebrity tattoo artist GRIME was up for sale with all proceeds benefiting the Shriners Hospital for Children. The unique motorcycle was customized as part of the Ducati North America’s Inaugural “Maverick” program, and the warm reception it received at the event translated to a $42,900 sale for the Shriners organization.

• 1929 Cleveland Tornado Four Cylinder (Lot S101): $88,000
• 1913 Harley-Davidson 9A 5-35 Single (Lot S156): $88,000
• 1912 Indian Big Base 8-valve (Lot F150): $82,500
• 2008 NCR Ducati Mike Hailwood TT (Lot S76): $77,000
• 1942 Harley-Davidson FL (Lot S165): $77,000
• 1975 Ducati 750SS (Lot S117): $71,500
• 1937 Indian Chief with Sidecar (Lot F168): $66,000
• 1914 Harley-Davidson 11K (Lot S143): $55,000
• 1959 BMW R60 with TR500 Steib Sidecar (Lot S194): $55,000
• 1929 BMW R62 (Lot S88): $50,600