1959 Bonneville Streamliner Super ShakerVENDUTO

Built and Raced by Bill Burke

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- Built and raced by Bill Burke of San Gabriel, California
- Bonneville Nationals competitor in August of 1959
- 151.38 MPH achieved at the 1959 Bonneville Nationals
- This car opened the 2008 Bonneville Nationals by being the first car to drive off the starting line
- Meticulous, multi-year restoration by Jerry (Weeks) Baker of Indianapolis
- Original body panels over a tubular chassis based on a British-built Cooper road racer
- Original wheels and Goodyear tires
- Harley-Davidson Knucklehead V-Twin engine
- Harley-Davidson Servicar rear axle assembly
- 604-pound dry weight
- Distinctive Yellow racing livery
- Former owners include Bill Burke, Jim Deist, Jim Mann, Joe Baird and Jerry (Weeks) Baker
- Restoration album, vintage photographs, magazines and videos are included in the sale
- Appeared on the cover of the January of 1960 issue of “Hot Rod” magazine
- Appeared on the cover of the August of 1960 issue of “Rod and Custom” magazine
- Eligible for display at the Wally Parks NHRA Museum in Pomona, California
- Vintage photo books, vintage magazines and restoration photo albums included
- Matching Yellow Bell helmet included
- Bonneville Speed Trials trophy included
- Sold on a Bill of Sale

Reference Number 584954

as of 8/18/2019

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Car 1959 Bonneville Streamliner Super Shaker
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