2017 Mecum Motorcycle Auction | Las Vegas

January 25-28, Las Vegas, NV

In an effort to find new and different events, Hot Bike attended the 2017 Mecum Motorcycle Auction at the South Point Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada. Over 3,700 motorcycles ranging from a few hundred dollars to almost half a million were put up for auction over the four day period. This event was a true unique experience with some of the rarest and most expensive machines were put up for sale. You don’t need to be a baller to be a collector with several cool and less rare bikes going for reasonable prices. Overall it was a very entertain motorcycle event in the City of Sin that if fun for anyone with a interested in motorcycles.
Here are 25 of our favorite bikes that caught our attention and our pocketbooks.

The action is heated and fast on the main stage.

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One side of all the bike available for sale.

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The other side of all the bike available for sale.

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1991 Harley-Davidson FXDB Sturgis Edition – Didn’t sell.

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1953 Indian Chief – Didn’t sell

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1947 Indian Chief – Didn’t Sell

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1931 Henderson Four $95,000

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1936 Indian Four – $75,000

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1992 Daytona Special – 1 of 1700 – Didn’t sell.

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Pair of Harley-Davidson Snowmobiles. Sold $550 and $600.

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1991 Harley-Davidson XRTT – Sold $25,000

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1977 Harley-Davidson XLCR – VIN 00000001 – Sold $17,500

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1948 Harley-Davidson Panhead Bobber – Sold $18,000

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1976 Harley-Davidson Evel Knievel’s Stratocycle – Bid goes on at $50,000

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1939 Harley-Davidson Knucklehead EL – Sold $61,000

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1976 Harley-Davidson Superglide Liberty Edition – Sold $10,000

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1976 Harley-Davidson Superglide Liberty Edition – Sold $10,000

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1993 Harley-Davidson Racer – Sold $10,000

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Wild 1974 Norton Commander Front End. Who will use this first on a custom?

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2006 Indian Custom – Sold $20,000

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1984 Harley-Davidson FLHS – Sold $16,000

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1928 Harley-Davidson JD with Sidecar – Sold $45,000

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1957 Harley-Davidson Sportster – Sold $22,500

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1972 Harley-Davidson Boattail – Sold $14,000

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1974 Harley-Davdison SX350 – Sold $5,500

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1982 Harley-Davidson FXRS – Sold $5,250

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1975 Harley-Davidson X-90 – Sold $6,000

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