1912 Henderson Four Sold For $490,000 At Las Vegas Auction.
If you’re looking for an excuse not to sell any of your motorcycles because you want to keep them as “investments” for the future, then look no further than this!!
This unrestored Henderson Four born in 1912, the first year of Henderson’s existence, with original paint and tires, was sold for $490,000 at February’s Mecum Las Vegas Auction.
Its original price was $325. The four cylinders were arranged in a row and placed longitudinally in the frame.
934 cc, or 57 cubic inches, with inlet-over-exhaust valves and a single-speed chain drive. It started with a hand crank. The fuel tank is just a long, cylindrical tube slung from the top of the frame.