A few bikes associated with legendary actor Steve McQueen will cross the block, including a liquid-cooled two-cylinder 1929 Scott Squirrel (est. $125,000 - $150,000) restored in the 1970s by custom paint guru Kenny Howard (aka "Von Dutch"). McQueen will also be represented by a 1938 Harley-Davidson WLD (est. $45,000 - $60,000) - an all-original Solo model with only 21,100 miles on the odometer that the estate sold after his death. Another vintage motorcycle set to garner serious attention from purists is a 1926 Cleveland Fowler (estimate available upon request). One of 100 motorcycles built in the 600cc four-cylinder, four-stroke engine format designed by F.E. Fowler, this Cleveland is believed to be the sole complete example remaining today. It was owned by late racer and stuntman Bud Ekins - who performed the famed motorcycle jump sequence for Steve McQueen in the film The Great Escape - and was later a part of the esteemed Otis Chandler Collection in California before going to a private collector.