H & H would like you to know there are three Scotts at their sale at the Imperial War Museum at Duxford on Wednesday 15th April, 2015
Lot 30 1930 Flying Squirrel Reg RM 6330 “Original unrestored machine. Museum stored 25 years”. est £6000 – £7000.
Lot 34 1929 TT Replica Reg YG 379 “was in good running order when placed in museum 25 years ago” est £6000 – £7000.
Lot 37 1923 Squirrel Reg NK 3259 “unrestored and original 2 stroke bike” est £8000 – £9000.
You’d need to have a close look at the Rep as it appears to have a single down tube frame and a det. head engine!
Yes, definitely NOT a TT Rep, and we can only hope that the auctioneers mention the listing error. A pity that Jim didn’t advertise his bikes in Yowl before going down the auction route. It would have been nice for SOC members to have had ‘first refusal’.
All TT Reps, from late 1928 to 1934 had the duplex type frame. This one looks like a 1931 to 1933 Flying Squirrel Tourer. Short-stroke engine with Hemmings Paramount nine-stud aftermarket detachable head conversion. NOTHING like a Rep…. It may say RZ prefix to the engine number, but the Hemmings Paramount conversion was ONLY for shortstroke engines…..