J. Wood & Company
Auctioneers ~ Liquidators

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J Wood Auction
October - April
8735 West Riverwood Dr
Crystal River, Fl 34428

Phone: 352-795-8895
or  352-586-0440
Fax:  352-795-9328
May - September
482 Hubbardston Rd.
Templeton MA 01468

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978-939-2309
Fax:  
978-939-5164

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Penguin Road Racing School

ABSOLUTE AUCTION SALE
Complete Liquidation — RAGE-BIZ
Friday, November 5th at 10:00 AM
2486 Tammany Creek Road, Lewiston, Idaho
Just 4 miles from Lewiston Airport • on site trucking to East Coast
Idaho Auction Results 11-5-10
Condition Codes: 
1= mint 2= above average 3= average for age 4= needs work 5= rough
1966 Matchless G15CS 2+ $7,500
1983 Triumph TSX 3- $2,900
1968 Greeves 250MX 3 $2,750
1975 Norton Commando 4 $3,700
1966 Triumph Cub 4+ $1,600
1972 Triumph Trident 4 $2,000
1967 Triumph TR6R 4 $2,500
Various Cub parts bikes   $600- $400
1979 Triumph T140E 3- $2,300
1969 BSA Victor/ SS 4 $2,000
1951 BSA ZB34 Alloy Clipper 5 $2,700
1952 BSA Golden Flash 4- $2,500
1967 Royal Enfield Interceptor 4- $3,000
1973 Norton 850 Interstate 4- $3,000
1973 Triumph Trident 4 $3,000
1973 Triumph Trophy Trail 4 $2,000
1959 Matchless G12L Deluxe 5 $1,500
1960 Matchless G2 4 $1,400
1957 AJS 18CS 4 $2,600
1955 AJS 18S 4- $1,500
1965? BSA T Bolt/ Hornet rep 4 $1,200
1972 Norton Commando 5 $2,400
1955 Ariel  HS single 4 $3,000
1955 Matchless G80CS 4- $2,500
1968 BSA B25 Starfire 3- $1,200
1955 Matchless G11 5 $1,500
1971 Triumph 250 4 $800

OVER 70 CLASSIC MOTORCYCLES
For a list of the bikes CLICK HERE
HUGE INVENTORY OF NOS AND USED PARTS
& ACCESSORIES FOR BRITISH BIKES
(FOUR BUILDINGS AND SIX 40’ TRAILERS —PACKED FULL!)
For Pictures CLICK HERE
More Pictures have been added
We have organized more of the parts CLICK HERE for pictures.


IDAHO UPDATE!


We are here working on the site and now can see what was in all of those trailers. There is a massive amount of parts here; I would estimate almost 1,000 pallets of parts. There is a lot from the Cycle Hub collection and it looks like he disassembled hundreds of British bikes for parts. It will be a true treasure hunt, as we have found many NOS parts mixed in the boxes with used parts. I had a NOS T140 Crank hit me on the foot and I found four more.

We found more motorcycles as well: a line of Japanese machines including Yamaha Trials, Honda Trail 70 500 Interceptor and others, More Cubs and Matchless including a G12 project with a new rebuilt engine. We have over 90 motorcycles now. We have about 300' of pallets of parts for Japanese bikes as well. We also have a significant amount of Harley Aermacchi parts. Some are for Sprint and a bunch of two- stroke including several pallets of engines.

We found many more Triumph Cubs and parts. I have complete, semi complete, and rolling projects from plunger frame models to Mountain Cubs. In addition we have more Cub parts than I have ever seen! Whole pallets of engines, cases, frames, tanks. and more. The amount of parts is incredible; I hope that many of you will make it out here to take this stuff away!

We have hundreds of NOS Dunlop and Avon tires: K70, K81 Trials, knobbies and universal.

Shipping and storage. Unfortunately, Phil Read called and has problems with his truck and won't make it. We do have Wayne Rantz from Rantz Cycle Transport coming and Dan from D&K may be able to help, call him at 973-534-7823. Allied can pick bikes up, we will have contact information for you. Anyone else with space to ship just let me know and I will introduce you. We have arranged for secured, inside storage with the property owner at a very reasonable rate for extended storage for pick-up later if you need it.

Parking: The parking area will be tight for trailers. When you turn onto the Tammany Creek Rd, watch for the rodeo on you’re right, you can drop your trailers there, and drive up to the auction site.

Come early for a long look, we will be open all day on Thursday for registration and inspection.
CLICK on the images to enlarge
Cub Frames
Cub Projects
Cubs
HD Aero
Parts
More Parts
Tires




NORTON • TRIUMPH • BSA • AJS MATCHLESS • ARIEL
• GREEVES • ROYAL ENFIELD & MORE!
BRITISH DUNLOPS, AVONS, CHAIN, SPARKPLUGS, EXHAUST, PERIOD HELMETS, SEATS, GIRLING, AMAL, LUCAS, HEPOLITE, MC, REYNOLD, PALLET RACKS, SHELVING, MACK TRUCK, TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT

EVERYTHING SELLS TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER
ALL AT NO RESERVE!
Auction Terms and Information CLICK HERE

Auctioneer's Note:

When I visited this collection in Idaho, I found an unbelievable treasure trove of British bike parts and accessories along with more than 80 motorcycles! (We keep finding more.) The bikes are in all conditions from good complete machines that just need a good cleaning to rolling basket cases. I think that we have about 20 Triumph Cub rolling basket cases alone. The sheer amount of the parts and accessories was sensory overload. There were four buildings full, some organized and some with big piles. In addition, there are six 40 to 50 foot trailers that are packed from the floor to the ceiling with brand new and used parts.

We have people out there now unpacking those trailers and we will be adding photos and lists to our web site as the stuff gets into the daylight. This inventory was purchased from distributors, dealers and collectors over the years. Some of it has never been unpacked since it was loaded in. Just as an example, I found lots of hard to find items like racks full of new British Dunlop K70's in the good sizes, as well as the K81, trials universal and other tires for those correct restorations. There is also a room full of used Aermacchi parts and a fair amount of Japanese parts. In addition to the Triumph, Norton, and BSA parts, I found a significant amount of Matchless and AJS parts. There are lots of rare used parts and I mean barn loads.

Folks, there is a lot of good stuff here and I do hope that many of you will come out to buy the inventory and make good use of it. The airport (LWS) is only about 4 miles away and has national service from Delta and Alaska Airlines. Phil Reid (207-233-2024) will have his 46-foot trailer on site and will be able to haul bikes and parts to the East Coast. We will have extended pickup time available for you if you need to send for more trucks or make multiple loads. Idaho is beautiful, make a vacation out of it and join the treasure hunt.

If you need to make money, you need to get in your truck or make those plane reservations to get to Idaho and get this stuff; there is plenty for everybody. The real estate is being sold and all of these parts and bikes have to be sold to the highest bidder. A lot of the parts will be sold by the pallet-load, similar to Buffalo, NY last year, but a lot more of it. Please feel free to email (jwoodandco@comcast.net) or call for more information if you need it.

Dee and I will be lotting and tagging the week before the auction and will have catalogs available for the inspection day. We hope to see you there!

Jerry Wood