Randy Baxter, who owns Baxter Cycle in Marne, Iowa, and is helping to organize the motorcycle auction, said the Greenfield collection contains many special bikes, especially for Honda aficionados.
There’s a first-year Gold Wing from 1975, still equipped with the previous owner’s citizens band radio and bubble compass.
An ’84 Gold Wing with low mileage.
A 1962 Benly and CVX.
A 1979 CBX with 43 miles.
Three CT70 Mini Trails.
A pair of now-banned three-wheel all-terrain vehicles.
Plus a pair of British-made BSA bikes from the 1960s.
There are crates of new engines. Boxes of new fuel tanks. Stacks of clothing. Hundreds of feet of shelving packed with new and used parts. Specialized tools. Advertising signs and posters. An unused commemorative helmet designed for America’s bicentennial in 1976.