Fully-restored 1931 Brough Superior SS80 won with five-pence raffle ticket in 1972 is up for grabs
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Fully-restored 1931 Brough Superior SS80 won with five-pence raffle ticket in 1972 is up for grabs

Fully-restored 1931 Brough Superior SS80 won with five-pence raffle ticket in 1972 is up for grabs

Noted for offering a wide and eclectic range of important and collectible-edition motorcycles like the

Historically, the 1931 model started life as a sidecar outfit with Ipswich Police, and after being impressively converted to solo trim and then donated in charity by its then owner, it was offered as the 1st prize in a 1972 fund-raising raffle at the Brough Superior Club. Notably, the tickets were sold at a price of five pence each, and the 2nd and 3rd prizes were 10 and 5 gallons of oil respectively.

Further, the lucky winner of this machine then sold it to an affluent club member who raced it passionately for a number of years, before it passed to its current owner in year 2004.

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