2000 Auction Results (Motorcycles)- Daytona
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John Long Sr.
Jimmy Hill Collection
The Jimmy Hill Collection of original
Indian factory photographs and artwork will be sold at the J. Wood and
Company Daytona Auction on
Saturday, March 11th, at 2:00 p.m.
There are over 90 original
photographs that include scenes of Indian Motorcycles racing, dealerships
and displays, women motorcyclists, police and war photos. Many with movie
stars including Jane Russell, Alan Ladd and others. Most of these
photographs were used by the advertising department and cover a wide range
There are about 20 artist’s
renderings (advertising masters) of Indian Motorcycles from 1901 to 1930.
These renderings are said to have been airbrushed over photographs to
produce the excellent detail needed for advertising. They are beautiful to
look at and very rare pieces of motorcycling’s history.
Todd Henning Collection
vintage motorcycle racer, Todd Henning, was seriously injured in a racing
accident at Sears Point this
past spring. Todd is on the road to recovery and this collection is being
sold for Todd and his family.
Todd’s world beating Drixon 450 Honda. This is the
multi-time Daytona winner. The motorcycle makes over 60 rear wheel
horsepower. To be sold as Todd raced it and ready to win.
Todd’s four time CCS National Champion RD 350 LC/TZ 350G—78 hp
1970 Yamaha TR2, all original
1974 Yamaha TA125, original
1980 Yamaha TZ250 G, as raced
1983 Yamaha TZ250 J, as raced
1960’s Honda CB77