This is a 1946 Standard 350 motorcycle. It is part of the Homer Knapp estate sale. Homer had two of these 1946 Standard motorcycles. One was in a bobbed state and this one which appears to be a running original example. Information on this bike and make and model are sketchy. If you have any information on it we would like to know. This bike has a clean California title and had been in Homer’s possession for many years.This motorcycle has been in California for many years, a real anomaly. Homer had ownership in the early years and sold it to a couple that handled it for years. Rumor has it that this couple made sure that the motorcycle was returned to Homer when they became sick.
Unknown, 3603 kilometers shows on the clock.
Believed to be original and full of surface rust.
Mostly survivor sheet metal with great patina of dings.
It is believed that this motorcycle was in good mechanical condition when parked. Unknown when the last time it was run. Engine and tranny appear to be not stuck.
Wheels & Tires
Rims are painted steel with 350 X 19 tires front and rear.
Clean, CA title
Engine # 26849
Frame # unk
Valuation Resource Guide
This motorcycle is not rated.
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