Tron fans that have always dream of riding their very own Tron Light Cycle, are sure to be interested in this awesome replica that has gone up for auction this month, that was originally custom-built for the Andrews Collection back in 2011/12.
A guide price for the awesome Tron Light Cycle has been set between $25,000 and $40,000 without a reserve and is currently being auctioned over on the RM Sotheby’s website via the link below.
The replica Tron Light Cycle is powered by a 96 volt direct-drive electric motor that is powered by lithium batteries and is equipped with a computer-controlled throttle, hydraulic brakes as well as compression and rebound damping with spring preloaded front suspension and rigid rear suspension.
“We want to get down to a smaller number of cars – perhaps 15 to 20 – that we very much enjoy driving and that we can use on events with the family,” Chris Andrews explains “There are a number of events we’d still like to try overseas and here in the United States, and in order to do that, we need to focus on a more manageable collection.”
For more information on the new auction for the Tron Light Cycle jump over to the Sotheby’s website for details via the link below.
Source: Gizmag : RM Sotheby’s
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