How much did American pickers sell the Royal Pioneer for?

How much did American pickers sell the Royal Pioneer for?

In season 10, Frank Fritz headed to Florida to re-pick the assorted treasures lining the home of Pat Regis, the guy who’d sold the team a 1910 Royal Pioneer motorcycle for $55,000. Once again, Regis made American Pickers history with an expensive automotive offering.

How many Von Dutch motorcycles are there?

At the Museum the XAVW is parked next to a Triumph Von Dutch painted and some other great Von Dutch creations and paint work. It’s one of over 400 motorcycles at the NMM, and one of about 30 custom bikes, and in a sense one of the most radical, even if it doesn’t gleam with a ton of chrome.

Where is Von Dutch made?

Von Dutch was repurchased in 2009 by Groupe Royer S.A., through its Luxembourg subsidiary Royer brands International S.a.r.l….Von Dutch.

Industry Men’s and women’s apparel and accessories
Founded 1999
Headquarters Los Angeles, California , United States

What is a Von Dutch xavw motorcycle?

On “ American Pickers “ (Mon., 9 p.m. ET on History) Monday night, Mike Wolfe was stoked to discover what he called “one of my holy grails” — the Von Dutch XAVW motorcycle. Created in 1966, the bike was a combination of Harley-Davidson XA frame and a Volkswagen engine, and its whereabouts were unknown for years.

How much did you pay to buy a Von Dutch motorcycle?

Factor in a 17 percent buyer’s fee and the final tally was $55,575! Other Von Dutch memorabilia was on the block, including several customized motorcycles among the 70 or so bikes for sale in the general auction. See the photo gallery for some of the more interesting lots and the sale prices.

Is big Daddy Roth the owner of Von Dutch’s motorcycle?

What he found was the bike Von Dutch had built around 1966 along with paperwork that had Ed “Big Daddy” Roth as a past owner. He made a deal on the spot and took the motorcycle home with him.

Where to go to see a Von Dutch bike?

The museum has lots of bikes and memorabilia on loan which keeps things there changing, always new. You can head over to Anamosa, Iowa any day and sit down right beside the bike, study it and consider all the thought and the work Von Dutch put into it.