€13,500 As stated
There were 250 models initially made with the UK buyers being able to choose either US or UK specification. The 'LE' stood for Limited Edition and each bike came with an owners certificate. There were differences between the UK and US specs - the UK models had Morris alloy wheels and twin front brake discs. The US version also only had a 2 gallon tank. 100 of the initial 250 had "Grey" engines and 150 had Black painted engines.
Limited Edition No 001 was produced on the 8th July 1981 (Frame No HDA30651). It was meant to have been presented to Prince Charles but he declined and asked for its proceeds to be donated to one of his charities. John Rosamund presented it to the auction winner.
There were 53 other 'Royal' Bonnevilles exported to America to a different specification, but the 1981 date was left off them.
German documents, 738 cc, 49 hp
very good original condition
We will send photos with a higher resolution on request.
We are happy to assist with transport. (also international)
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