I live for the CABE
I may have dreamed this but I think I recall that this particular Ingo belonged to the Ingersoll family. Like getting Ignaz’s personal Schwinn. I can’t think of any other reason for the exorbitant hammer price.results are in
Buy At Auction. Colnago Men's Bicycle, Rare 1889 Psycho Safety Tandem, Vintage Columbia Banner, 19th c. Boneshaker, Masi Men's Bicycle, Cyclometer, Viner Men's Bicycle, Safety Bicycle Inkwell, 1892 Columbia Bicycle Poster, 1911 Iver Johnson Truss Frame Bicycle, C. 1890's Clipper High Wheel...copakeauction.hibid.com
this one stumped me :
"C. 1935 Ingo-Bike, MFG. by Ingersoll Division of Borg Warner Co., designed to achieve perpetual motion with it's off set hub rear wheel. Nice restored condition."
IMO, a poor restoration when you closely look at the pictures, sold for : Price Realized: 3,894.00 USD
Who are the bidders? and why aren't they coming to the for sale section on here instead?