Sept. 24 - Motorcycles, Classic Cars & Petroliana

by Gateway Gallery Auction
September 24, 2022 10:00 AM EDT
Live Auction

239 Lots

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Gateway Gallery Auction

Location: Chambersburg, PA, US

Phone: (717) 263-6512

Payment

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  • Accepts online payments
Accepted Forms of Payment: Discover, MasterCard, Other, Paypal, Personal Check, Visa

Shipping

33. Shipping available unless auction has been designated as PICK UP ONLY.
34. Lots won will be shipped in a reasonable time after payment in good funds for the merchandise and shipping fees is received.
35. Purchases held until "good funds" are received will be shipped via USPS Priority Mail. Buyer is liable for shipping and handling fees.
36. We provide limited packing and shipping for small, easy to box items. Items packed by our staff will be shipped USPS Priority Mail, insured for bid price of item, signature required. Buyer is responsible for ALL packing and shipping costs.
37. Gateway Gallery Auction assumes no responsibility for acts or omissions in such packing or shipping by Gateway staff or other packers or carriers, whether or not recommended by Gateway Gallery Auction Inc.
38. Buyer's purchasing large lots, heavy or odd size items or items that we cannot readily pack in house, are responsible for arranging shipping of their items. Payment for shipping is made directly to the shipper. All packing/shipping costs are the sole responsibility of the buyer. Purchases will be released to the shipper when they are paid in full to Gateway Gallery Auction.
39. Bidders must notify us within one business day if you wish to arrange pick-up of your items. If items are packed for shipping and bidder has failed to notify us of intention to pick-up, bidder will be charged packing fee.

Public Auction Live & Stream Live Online Motorcycles, 1955 Chevy Bel Air Nostalgia Drag Car, 1929 Model A, 1966 Mustang, Parts, Accessories, Restored Gas Pumps & Automotive Collectibles Will sell, for the Bill Johnston Estate and others, at Gateway Gallery Auction, 643 Kriner Road, Chambersburg, Pa 17202 on: Saturday, September 24 at 9 AM MOTORCYCLES: 1972 BSA A65 650 Lightning VIN #JG00651, red, w/19,681 miles, all original; 1981 Yamaha 1100 Midnight Special VIN #4W1000151, black, w/22,109 miles, 1 of 250 built in 1981, all original; 1985 Kawasaki ZL900 Eliminator VIN #JKAZL2A14FB503362, red, w/09428 miles, all original; 1985 Kawasaki ZL900 Eliminator VIN #JKAZL2A16FB503038, black, w/41,346, all original; 1985 Kawasaki ZL900A Eliminator VIN JKAZL2A16FB503148, black, w/21,781 miles, custom paint job “Tasmanian Devil” by Caroline Connors of Compton, New Hampshire; 1986 Yamaha FZX700 Fazier VIN # JYA1U002GA001775, black/red/gold, w/29,406 miles, all original; 1985 Kawasaki ZL900 VIN # JKAZLCLZA1XFA001008, purple w/12,297 miles, all original with a custom upholstered seat by Tom’s Tops and Trim, Laconia, New Hampshire; 1986 Kawasaki ZL900 VIN # JKAZL2A16GB505339, black, unknown mileage. This bike is a good repair/project bike; 1986 Kawasaki ZL900 VIN # JKAZL2A17GB504961 black, w/29,967 all original miles; 1986 Yamaha FZX700 Fazier VIN # JYA1UF002GA000206, red/black/silver w/08656 miles; all original with a custom upholstered seat by Tom’s Tops and Trim; 1987 Kawasaki ZK1000 Eliminator VIN # JKAZLCA1XHB502886, red w/16,615 miles, Dale Walker Holeshot performance exhaust, custom upholstered seat by Tom’s Tops and Trim and custom paint by Caroline Connors; 1986 Kawasaki Ninja 900 VIN # JKAZX2A10GB514638 red/white/blue. Vance & Hines “slipon” exhaust. Corbin gunfighter seat & rare windscreen & headlight cover, mileage 16,478; 1987 Kawasaki ZL1000 Eliminator VIN # JKAZLCA12HB502400, red w/22,920 miles, custom upholstered seat by Tom’s Tops and Trim; 1987 Kawasaki ZL1000 Z Hell 1000 VIN # JKAZLCA12HB501750, black w/15943 miles, custom paint by Caroline Connors and custom upholstered seat by Tom’s Tops and Trim, super trap slipon exhaust; 2000 Kawasaki ZRX1100 VIN # JKAZRBC19YA037836, green/purple w/05897 miles, custom upholstered seat by Tom’s Tops and Trim, muzzy exhaust, Mikuni flat slide carburetors; 2003 Kawasaki ZR1000 VIN # JKAZRCA183A01984, orange w/02847 miles, custom paint by Caroline Connors, custom upholstered seat by Tom’s Tops and Trim, extended swing arms; Minibike 2.5 #CZ23411H, green/purple AUTOS: 1955 Chevrolet Bel Air with 27,618 miles, 265 V8 engine .030 bore cam Z-28, 600 holly, Mallory ignition, edelbrock manifold, AT on column, 2 speed, dual exhaust, open header; 1996 BMW convertible 328i 2.8L i16 w/182,076 miles (not currently running); 1929 Model A Ford standard, four door sedan, 4 cyl. with 49,000 miles VIN #A2465983 (in storage for 20+ years, does run, as is); 1966 Ford Mustang, drive inline 6 cylinder, new interior done by Secrest with 97,000 orig. miles.PARTS/TOOLS: Jegs engine lift; racing sliders & other tires; tire lift; portable torch kit; creeper; engine stand; tools; car parts; air compressor; grinder; hand tools; old Ford parts; fender skirts; (2) Edison battery jars; Mopar; numerous unopend qt. oil cans (Texaco, Penzoil); central pneumatic sand blast machine; 1948 Ford flathead V8 engine bore .060 edelbrook 3-deuce set-up w/edelbrock aluminum heads; motorcycle wheels; motorcycle gas tank set; motorcycle exhaust pipes & more COLLECTIBLES/PERSONAL PROPERTY: Parking meter stand; full restored Texaco fire chief gas pump; oil cans (Atlantic, Sinclair, Phillips 66, Texaco safety can); restored Sunoco, Gulf, etc; Texaco improved motor oil 5 gal; 8 qt. oil carrier w/oil bottles & lid caps; gas pump (needs restored); roller casters; Texaco thermometer; Texaco oil pump container/dispenser restored; Texaco dressed mannequin; Gulf windshield wiper/blade case on wheels; tool chest; 1 & 2 qt. oil dispenser cans; racing jackets (Mason Dixon, Texaco, York US 30 etc); early three burner stove lamp angle; blue Sunoco globe gas pump; sprint car books; kerosene heaters; butcher kettle; lg. pitcher pump; traps; garden plow; band saw; blower; speaker stand & speakers; shop vac; Williams Grove posters; Gulf globe; granite top table; license plates; gas pump parts; racing pictures (some signed); model sprint cars (Bud Faubel etc); Atlas tire display holder; Texaco fuel can 5 gal. restored; Spartan gas pump globe; Texaco water can restored; Goodyear Tire Svc. Station sign; Bud Faubel signed car model #5; station air pump Gilbarco restored; John Deere bench; SkyChief, Imperial lights; signs (Coca-Cola, Pepsi, Napa, batteries); helmets & more AUCTIONEER’S NOTE: Will begin with automotive parts, tools & personal property followed by collectibles. 1955 Chevy Bel Air sold at Noon, followed by motorcycles. Preview Friday, September 23 from 3-5 PM TERMS: Cash, approved check, Visa/MC/Discover accepted or personal check if customer is known to Gateway Gallery Auction Inc. We reserve the right to require bank checks for purchases over $5,000. 13% buyer’s premium discounted 3% for cash or approved check for in-house bidders & online bidders using our website. 18% buyer’s premium discounted to 15% for online bidders using HiBid. Statements made day of sale take precedence. VEHICLE TERMS: CASH, CASHIERS CHECK or WIRE TRANSFER ONLY. Registered dealers may use business checks. The item description is to be used for reference only. It is your responsibility to come look vehicles over BEFORE YOU BID. Failure to satisfy yourself before placing bids will not become the auctioneer’s, employee’s of Gateway Gallery Auction, or HiBid’s responsibility. All items are sold AS IS. TITLE WORK: Title work will be done onsite. Successful bidder is responsible for title work and state registration fees. NOTE: By registering for a bidder number you accept and agree to the terms and conditions of the sale. Everything is sold AS-IS, WHERE-IS, and with no written or implied warranties. The auctioneer nor its consignor will be responsible for the description, authenticity, genuineness, provenance, or condition of the property. It is your responsibility to preview the vehicles and their condition prior to bidding. Any condition statement that is given is a courtesy to the client... Please satisfy yourself. All items must be paid in full before removal. GATEWAY GALLERY AUCTION INC Our Service is the Difference Phone (717) 263-6512, (800) 315-3265, AY002190, AH002001 www.GatewayAuction.com Auctioneer Heather Kohler AU005651 Auctioneer John F. Kohler, Jr. AU000507L
Buyer's Premium
$0+: 18.0%
Bid Increments
From: To: Increments:
$0 $19 $1
$20 $49 $2
$50 $99 $5
$100 $299 $10
$300 $499 $25
$500 $999 $50
$1,000 $4,999 $100
$5,000 $9,999 $250
$10,000 + $500

Conditions of Sale

Participation Requirements: 12. All items purchased today must be paid for today, unless other arrangements are made at the front office.
13. Online bidders will be notified via email of successful bids. An initial invoice will be sent with winning bid information and instructions for pick up. By bidding, online bidders authorize auction company to charge credit card on file.
14. Bidders requiring shipping with be invoiced a second/final time with auction total including all shipping costs. Bidders failing to complete payment within 48 hours of receiving final invoice, will have credit card on file charged. See shipping policy for more information.
15. Unless exempted by law, all purchases are subject to a 6% Pennsylvania state tax (this is also applicable to out-of-state buyers who pick up their purchases in Pennsylvania). PA law requires that ALL DEALERS must have a current signed PA Department of Revenue Sales and Use Tax Certificate of Exemption on file with us (required annually for in-state; per auction for out-of-state)
16. Acceptable forms of payment are cash (in house only), approved check, bank wire transfer, MasterCard/Visa/Discover, or personal check if customer is known to Gateway Gallery Auction Inc. We reserve the right to require bank checks for purchases over $5,000.00. Online bidders may pay through PayPal or the online invoicing system WePay provided by Invaluable/AuctionZip.
17. Buyers not known to us who wish to write a check must provide a "letter of guarantee" from an officer of your bank on original stationary to Gateway Gallery Auction. This letter should state an exact amount of funds guaranteed and should be presented to the cashier at the time of registration. Credit arrangements must be made prior to the day of auction so bank statements can be verified. We reserve the right to not issue a buyer's number or to withhold merchandise if appropriate credit has not been verified.
18. All deliveries are subject to "good funds"; funds being received in Auctioneer's account before delivery of the Purchases; and all payments are subject to a clearing period. Auctioneer reserves the right to determine if a check constitutes "good funds". Checks drawn on a US bank are subject to a ten business day hold, and thirty days when drawn on an international bank.
19. All returned checks are subject to a $50.00 service charge.
20. Unless prior arrangements have been made with, any merchandise not removed within 30 days of the sale date will be considered abandoned and will be disposed of as seen fit by Gateway Gallery Auction.

Buyer's Premium: A total buyer's premium of 18% will be adding to online bidders utilizing remote online bidding. In house (floor bidders) will be charged at 13% buyer's premium.

Sales Tax: 6.000% - Tax may apply to the total invoice, NOT including Buyer's Premium

AS IS Condition: All property is sold "AS IS/WHERE IS" with no warranties expressed or implied. Property is open to thorough public inspection. It is the Bidder's responsibility to determine condition, age, genuineness, value or any other determinative factor. Gateway Gallery may attempt to describe the merchandise in advertising, on the Internet and at the auction but makes no representations. In no event shall Gateway Gallery be held responsible for having made or implied any warranty of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose. Bidder shall be the sole judge of value. Bidders who bid from off site and are not present at the live auction or preview understand and acknowledge that they may not be able to inspect an item as well as if they examined it in person. It is the Bidder's responsibility to determine condition, age, genuineness, value or any other determinative factor. Gateway Gallery will not be responsible for any errors or omissions in the description of the merchandise unless it is a material and intentional misrepresentation of the item itself. Bidder agrees that everything is sold as is and that they may not return any item they purchase. Comments coming from the auction block supersede any printed material. All sales are final. We urge you to satisfy yourself for authenticity, condition and age prior to bidding

Shipping Instructions: 33. Shipping available unless auction has been designated as PICK UP ONLY.
34. Lots won will be shipped in a reasonable time after payment in good funds for the merchandise and shipping fees is received.
35. Purchases held until "good funds" are received will be shipped via USPS Priority Mail. Buyer is liable for shipping and handling fees.
36. We provide limited packing and shipping for small, easy to box items. Items packed by our staff will be shipped USPS Priority Mail, insured for bid price of item, signature required. Buyer is responsible for ALL packing and shipping costs.
37. Gateway Gallery Auction assumes no responsibility for acts or omissions in such packing or shipping by Gateway staff or other packers or carriers, whether or not recommended by Gateway Gallery Auction Inc.
38. Buyer's purchasing large lots, heavy or odd size items or items that we cannot readily pack in house, are responsible for arranging shipping of their items. Payment for shipping is made directly to the shipper. All packing/shipping costs are the sole responsibility of the buyer. Purchases will be released to the shipper when they are paid in full to Gateway Gallery Auction.
39. Bidders must notify us within one business day if you wish to arrange pick-up of your items. If items are packed for shipping and bidder has failed to notify us of intention to pick-up, bidder will be charged packing fee.

Non Paying Bidder Policy: Non-Paying Bidder Policy
30. A Non-paying bidder is a person who wins the auction through the bidding process but does not follow through with the transaction. By using our online bidding platform, bidders agree to all terms and conditions of auction.
31. As a bidder, if you have the highest bid and the auctioneer strikes the item down to you - you are obligated to complete the transaction. Bids are not retractable except in exceptional circumstances such as unannounced severe condition problems or clear typographical errors.
32. Bidders who fail to fulfill their obligation to purchase the item(s) they have won through the bidding process will be banned from participating in any future auction. In addition, non-paying bidders will be reported to the online bidding platform; as well as being reported to other auction companies through the National Auctioneer's Association, Pennsylvania Auctioneer's Association and any Auctioneer's association in the state which bidder resides