It was one of three bikes used in the film and is expected to sell for up to $US60,000 (about $A87,400).
Other notable motorcycles in the auction include:
The Kawasaki 1000 police motorcycle ridden by Mel Gibson in Lethal Weapon 3 is valued at up to $US3000 (about $A4370) and includes an intentionally broken windscreen; and
A “Kawasaki” V-tw2in custom bike ridden by Wesley Snipes in the 1998 movie Blade, valued at up to $US30,000 (about $A43,700).
Other Hollywood vehicles
There is a host of Hollywood memorabilia from Harry Potter’s glasses to Star Wars spaceship models.
The most valuable item in the action is the moon buggy driven by Sean Connery as 007 in the 1971 movie Diamonds are Forever.
The unique buggy, dreamed up by Academy Award-winning production designer Ken Adam and built by California custom-car legend Dean Jeffries, has an estimated value of up to $US600,000 (about $A875,000).
Other vehicles include the Dragula dragster, created by “King of Kustomizers” George Barris for Grampa Munster to race in The Munsters TV show and subsequent movies.
The gold coffin-bodied racer is valued at up to $US120,000 (about $A175,000).
Another of Barris’s custom cars in the auction isJed Clampett’s jalopy truck from the 1993 movie spinoff of The Beverly Hillbillies.
While not the truck from the TV series (which Barris also built), it’s still totally recognisable, especially with Granny’s rocker perched up top.
The auction company expects it to bring up to $US50,000 (about $A73,000).