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1941 Chevrolet Coupe - Red
1987 TVR 350 I - Metallic Blue/Cream Hide
1964 Pontiac Bonneville 4 Door Pillerless Sedan - Alaskan White - Gold interior - SUPERB
1966 Chrysler Newport - Dark Metallic Green - Ivy Green Interior - Just beautiful

1997 Yamaha FZR 400 - Red/White - Beautiful



Classic Eriba Pan 2 Berth Lift Top Caravan

Presented in excellent condition. Fittings include: hob, grill, sink and pumped water, 240 volt hook up, 12 volt battery power, toilet compartment, wardrobe, etc. Absolutely ideal to be towed by a classic and a Morris Minor would pull it at around only 600 kg. Very collectable and charming classic caravan. Delivery, shipping and finance arranged.

" The Howcette" Trike

Built in the mid 1960's by Bob Howard, a motor engineer from West Bridgford, Nottingham. Based on a 1939 Velocette MSS. An amazing one off, early Ford Pop with a pinch of Morris parts provide the front end, steering, brakes and wheels. The steering control is adapted from a Rover 2000 and nothings new! It unscrews and folds forward to provide access for the driver. Front suspension units are "Woodhead Monroe". The front frame is a a "space frame" of tubular steel and the bones are all clad in Aircraft style aluminum sheet which looks superb.


1996 Jaguar XKR 4.0 Litre Superchard Straight Six (X306) Automatic

Finished in Titanium silver with contrasting Parchment hide interior. A beautiful example, which has covered 114,00 miles with full main agent service history up to 78,745 miles.  The XJR was always that bit naughty, Jaguar's first ever Supercharged road car, the A16 Straight Six pushing out 326 bhp. The Eaton air/water-cooled Supercharger getting it to 0 to 60 in 5.7 seconds effortlessly through the GM 4L80-E automatic gearbox. It had 17" wheels, firmer suspension and a taller 3.27:1 differential. Cosmetically it had body-coloured grille surround, mesh grille insert, body-coloured boot-lid plinth, larger exhaust outlets, special five-spoke "Sport" alloy wheels, and "XJR" badging. Rain gutters and window surrounds were matte black on UK cars. When I acquired the XJR in part exchange it had been standing for some time.

1955 Rover P4 75 Saloon

Lovely early example. The odometer reads 39,800 miles, which I believe to be correct. Nineteen years ago it had covered 37,323 miles. There are a number of expired MOT certificates supplied. The V5C records 5 former keepers, the first 3 long term. These early P4's are charming and this example appears very original. The underside of the 75 is exceptional and any inspection is welcome. The bodywork absolutely solid and very presentable. It has been repainted at some time and there are signs of minor touch ups but you will be hard pushed to find rot. Moving to the inside its beautiful with beautiful grey hide seating and at some time the grey carpeting has been replaced. Launched to the public in 1949 the P4 was a revolution in design and comfort.


1966 Austin A40 Farina Countryman

With period one piece tailgate fitted. Wire wheel conversion, upgraded to front disc brakes, rally sports side exhaust, new tyres, rebuilt front and rear suspension and rear reversing light fitted. Outstanding bodywork and underside with no signs of visible corrosion. The brief was a fast road A40 and the main work has been completed. The A40 is drivable and goes very well. Its on its standard 1098cc motor, so there is plenty of scope for performance enhancements. Great fun as is or a very viable performance project. Comes with: V5C and spare keys. Delivery and shipping arranged.


1930 Humber 16/50 Saloon LG 4624

Was first registered on the 14th June 1930 and supplied new to a Chartered Accountant, Mr A.E Slater-Cook, who  practiced in Liverpool. Correspondence from Humber in 1930 addressed paperwork to various addresses held by Mr Slater-Cook in Liverpool, Frodsham and The Aldelphi Hotel in Harrogate. Interestingly, he did not trust delivery drivers to observe the correct running in speed so he collected the car himself from the Humber Works in Coventry. The 16/50 was also Chauffeur driven. Blocks were also fitted to the control pedals to enable his daughter to drive the car at a cost of Seven Shillings and Sixpence, they still remain today! The Humber stayed in the family from 1930 to 1964, the only keeper change being a transfer into his daughter’s name in 1954. From the continuation brown ‘buff’ logbook we know the car spent a period from 1964 to the early 1970’s in the Birmingham area having been in the North West for the first 34 years.

1980 Triumph Spitfire 1500

67,000 miles and one owner from 1979 to 2018, recently changing hands for the first time. The first owner took delivery of KPP 472V on New Years Eve of 1979 and in the cars early life it was used as everyday transport. The owner moved to Hong Kong for twenty years, placing the Triumph into storage and on retirement and return to the UK in the early 2000's, it was fully re-commissioned. Today I can only say its as original as I would think your likely to find. Presented very well with lovely paintwork and bodywork, structurally excellent underside, very smart largely original interior trim, excellent hood and well-presented engine bay and boot area. The engine and gearbox are excellent and on the road it drives without apparent fault.

1970  Model 71 Registered Triumph TR6

125 BHP Fuel Delivery By Strongberg Carburetors  Classic Pimento Triumph Red and presented in beautiful condition. Restored late 1990,s after being a dry state import. Converted to RHD. Supporting paper work supplied and original US title docs. Superb body work showing no signs of rusting and a beautiful corrosion free chassis which has been wax oil treated. Recent new hood and carpets and currently fitted with black hide MX5 seats , extremely comfortable and reclining, Originals supplied with the TR6. Lift up the bonnet and we find a super clean engine bay all nice and neat, oil free and shiny. So far I feel there is no need for any further works to be suggested. A new battery has just been fitted along with four new tyres and a new exhaust system.


1980 Triumph Spitfire 1500

67,156 miles with 4 recorded keepers. Presented in excellent condition and extremely original. Its Pageant blue coachwork is in excellent condition and I have inspected the chassis upon our own lifts and I can confirm this is also excellent. The original dog tooth check seating is very good and the cockpit presents very well, topped by a very good black vinyl hood. On the road the 1500cc motor is healthy. The gearbox is tight and the brakes effective. No apparent fault to note. The original passport to service book is supplied showing this Spitfire being supplied new in Cannock, Staffordshire by Main agents Bird and Yates Ltd. MOT certificates go back 20 years, mileage noted 64,897. Recently MOT tested by Classic Car specialist and expires October 2019. A turn of the key ready to go.


1975 Ford Capri MK11 2.0 Litre Ghia Automatic

82,800 miles with 6 former keepers. Classic vinyl roof with manually operated steel sliding sunroof. Excellent condition after undergoing recommisioning and remedial works started in 2013. It has been treated to a new carpet set to the interior and the effect is fresh and clean. The seating and roof lining are excellent. The inner wing panels and suspension tops are superb and free from corrosion. The chromework is lovely and the paint finish very good. There is the odd minor imperfection, which we can if required rectify. The engine has been completely rebuilt and has covered approximately 600 miles since completion. Supporting paperwork supplied.

1960 Mercedes Benz Ponton 190b Saloon

UK RHD example. The V5C records 4 former keepers and MOTs go back to 1993, circa 6,500 miles are seen to have been covered from this point. An Independent Engineers Report can be supplied to support the excellent structural and mechanical condition of this Ponton. On the road no apparent fault was noted. Happy to sit at 50MPH and easily usable in modern traffic. To be serviced and re MOT tested at point of sale. Comes with V5C, HPi certificate (clear), original registration number, handbooks and extensive history going back 25 years. Delivery arranged.

1989 Mercedes Benz W107 300SL Automatic Convertible With Detachable Hard Top

93,737 miles, 20 service stamps, MOT history from 2012 at 87,900. Superbly maintained ORIGINAL example. Finished in Astral Silver with contrasting blue interior, both unmarked. No noted corrosion to bodywork or underside. Any inspection welcome upon our own lift. Rear quarter bumpers are not corroded and the bright work is beautiful. No water ingress to interior and the boot is dry and free from mould. The 2962cc straight six motor is super quiet and performs superbly in use, as does the the 4 speed automatic gearbox. Water temperature stays at 12 o'clock and the oil pressure bends the stop.

1971 Fiat 500 L Original LHD

Imported from Italy. Complete with Italian documentation. Now UK registered with V5C. Iconic classic car finished in Blanco (white) with contrasting black interior. New seat covers, new soft top, new tyres, new battery, new exhaust system (Abarth Spec). The underside is excellent and any inspection is welcome upon our own lifts. Shiny white and looks beautiful! Starts and drives beautifully. Can MOT for 1 year if required although MOT not required. Its ready to go and enjoy and we are happy to arrange delivery or shipping. Give us a call.

1970 MGB Roadster

With O/D, UK, RHD supplied example. V5 records 5 former keepers. Fully restored 93/94 and fully documented and photographed. Rebuilt motor and new clutch 2016 and circa 1100 miles covered since . ULG converted. Stainless steel exhaust, Twin electric cooling fans and chrome wire wheels. Excellent red coachwork and any inspection welcome to the underside. The interior is also excellent as is the hood. 15" leather bound steering wheel and wind deflector fitted. Long term owner for 17 years, All old MOT certificates supplied. Odometer reads 34,000 miles since restoration. Great value in today's market.


2000 Mercedes Benz CL500 V8 Coupe

68,000 miles with FSH and 4 recorded keepers. Finished in Aspen Green metallic with contrasting Java hide interior. The CL500 and 600 were Mercedes Benz flagship cars of the era, giving stylish looks, superb performance and luxury specification. Drop on a good one today, as this is, and nothings changed. They still look great and on the road the V8 5 litre motor gives you 305 BHP delivered whisper quiet and effortlessly. As for spec there's not much they have not got. This one even has factory sat nav. Shipping and Delivery arranged.


1974 Honda 750/4 OHC K2

Which ran up to 1976 in the UK. Excellent and beautifully presented example with with HMC exhaust pipes in super order, DID rims and original rear mudguard. The V5C records 6 former keepers and this is not an imported example. Recent full service and electronic ignition fitted, so starts well on the button and rides very well. Supporting invoices, MOT expires April 2019, V5C, spares keys. Iconic Honda motorcycle. Delivery arranged.

2018 Mash XY 400 Dirt Star Scrambler

4 stroke (Honda motor). 9 miles only. Registered and with V5C. Great looking retro bike. Easy electric start, no fuel tap, press and go. Rides superbly. Comfortable sit up ride. Comes with: service book, handbook and spare key. Delivery arranged.

1973 Cotton Cavalier Moto Minarelli

Powered 175cc Twin Shock Trials Bike. Lovely genuine Cotton which runs great. Cotton were a successful lightweight motor cycle manufacturer, normally powered by a Villiers motor but in 1969 Cotton lost access to Villiers power units and firstly fitted the Motor Minarelli units and later DMW power units. These trials bikes were sold in kit form as well as fully assembled and proved popular with the trials riders of the day, although limited production runs and the import of cheaper Japanese bikes proved too much for Cotton, in the end and by the early 1970's Cotton as a motorcycle manufacturer was gone. So a rare Trials bike.

1998 Triumph T595 1000cc Daytona

Finished in classic Strontium yellow. 29,000 miles with 5 keepers. Beautiful condition. These triples are now becoming collectable and are still a great sports bike to ride. Triumphs re-entry into the sports bike market after many years and it proved very successful. Classic metallic yellow finish, original can, LED indicators to mirrors, recent new tyres and chain, on the button. No apparent faults to note.

1971 UK Registered From New Ducati TS 160

Very good original condition. Good starter and strong runner. Re-commissioned in 2017: new exhaust, battery, air filter, 8 shock rubbers, air intake hose, oils, points, etc. Supporting invoices supplied. MOT's going back to 2001. Covered 1426 miles since. Can be used straight away. Delivery and shipping arranged.


1955 Triumph TRW 500cc Twin

With Solex Carburetor. The dating certificate confirms its one of 549 produced that year. Being built in October 1955, frame number TRW 24085NA and engine number 23832. It presents in excellent condition and although not shown comes with rear pannier frames and military style canvas bags. It appears the owner between 2013 and late 2017 became extremely well attached to spares supplier, Burton Bike Bits! Looking at the invoices he was rather keen on soughting the old girl out. Bills support new base gaskets, head gasket, tappets, generator, new "Solex" carburetor, new sprockets, new chain, new tyres, plugs/points etc, wiring harness complete, fuel tank thoroughly cleaned out, new fuel line, fuel tank repainted, new fork seals etc, etc.


1940 Francis Barnett K39 "Cruiser" 250cc Two Stoke Twin

JUST WOW! It's absolutely gorgeous. Stunning restoration to show standard. The shape is super cool and very Art Deco. Registered new in 1940, YES 1940. Reserved occupation a "Vicar". Original registration JPG201. Stored from 1962 up to 2017. I have a full photograph album that comes with the K39, showing the bike as it was and it goes through the rebuild to the finished product. I am told it was restored by a retired engineer. Well done him! A very distinctive design with its weather protective bodywork. Powered by a Villiers 250cc motor  and has a four speed handshift gear change. Sadly the concept was stopped by Hitler! You don't see many but you won't see another as good as this. It really does stand out. Just re-commissioned by ourselves. Starts and runs beautifully. Shipping and delivery arranged.

1968 Yamaha YM1 305cc Twin Two Stroke

With auto lube oil injection. Well look at it, If you don't want that one then you do not want one! Absolutely split mint. Fully rebuilt. We have just re-commissioned it: new battery, carbs off and cleaned, etc. It's a joy to be hold. A revolution when launched and it embraced much of Yamaha's track tech of the early to mid 1960's. Developed into the YR1 which was a full 350cc. It has a 5 speed gearbox, weighs 163kg and It could accelerate from a stop to cover 400 meters in 14.7 seconds with a top  speed of over 99 MPH. Cracking twin of its day. We can arrange delivery and shipping. You will NOT see another like this! Comes with: V5C, history file and workshop manual.

c1979 OSSA TR77 350cc Two Stroke Trials Bike (Twin Shock)

Near the last of the conventional OSSA trials machines Pre "Gripper". This one is in lovely original condition with original silencer. Excellent tyres, Betor rear shock absorbers, excellent chain, lovely rims, no dents to fuel tank (Alloy). It's just not had a hard life, not seen many rocks so presents very well. Starts easily and runs up great. Lovely for collection or some Sunday Twin Shock fun. Delivery and shipping arranged.

1980 Honda RS 200 TS Trials Twin Shock

"RSC" (Racing Services Corporation) Limited production, hand Made. Originally owned by Thierry Boutsen, Belgian Racing Driver. "Said to have been given to him by Honda" and purchased from his sister. Rare trials bike. In superb original condition. Untouched but excellent original condition. Runs up very well. Excellent tyres, chain, forks (no leaks), lovely rims, no dents to tank, original silencer. Its just been a toy and I doubt seen many Fives! A opportunity to acquire a seldom seen none production run Honda Trials Bike. Delivery and shipping arranged.

1981 Moto Guzzi 1000 Cafe Racer

Superbly executed and in beautiful condition. Has modified T3 fuel tank with knee scallops let into it, custom made seat, small headlamp, custom rear light, custom speedo and switches, California 2 side panels, stainless steel rear mudguard, custom front stainless steel mudguard with custom brackets, Keihan large bore stainless steel down pipes lengthened to suit, open slim style silencers, braided brake hoses, Velo starter motor 32 amp, re-wired loom, Venhill one into two throttle and cables, up rated fork damping, flat chrome handle bars. Delivery arranged.

1975 OSSA ST-1 250

2-stroke custom built flat tracker based on the 1977 Scott Loomis ST-1'. Superbly built and a very high standard of finish can be seen. Its super cool looking bike which is road registered with a V5C. Fuel on, Choke on, two kicks and the 250 cc two stroke Ossa motor barks into life. It sounds awesome. Its light, low and great fun to ride. Comes with a neatly fitted side stand to. A must for the stand out in a crowd type of biker. Can arrange delivery and shipping.

1971 Triumph Bonneville T120 650cc OIF

Matching engine and frame numbers. Very original example, original rims, ignition and cycle parts. Starts easily and runs very well. Classic gold over black paint scheme and an attractive looking Bonneville. Comes with: V5C and supporting paper work. Delivery arranged.

1982 OSSA 250 Copa Formula 3

One of only 600 built. Basically a road registered race bike. Odometer reads 3,312 KM. Imported from Spain 2016. UK registered with: V5C, MOT at point of sale for one year. Currently fitted with race pipe, 35mm bing carburetor. Factory supplied road pipe and stand with the bike. Extremely light and it flies! Extremely rare bike. Delivery arranged.

Important BSA Racing Motorcycle - 1952 Roland Pike BSA 350cc Gold Star

Frame number RHP4. Built in period by the talented engineer and racer, Roland Pike, Head of BSA development in the early 1950's. Roland entered 168 race events over the period of 1936 to 1953, many on his self engineered bikes and gained quite a lot of success. He was at the forefront and responsible for BSA's 1954 Daytona entry and 5 of the top six finishers were BSA's under the wing of Roland Pike. Looking at this machine there are hints of a Norton "Featherbed" frame but with single front down tube rather than the duplex style.

1992 Kawasaki ZZR1100 Retro Classic

22,000 miles with 3 owners, Fantastic condition, NOT AVERAGE, Great paint and wheels (just been powder coated ), No marks and very low mileage. One of the best avaialble. Starts on the button and rides beautifuly, Still a quick and comfortable bike, Just serviced, 1 years MOT at point of sale. Comes with V5C, HPi certificate (clear) and expired MOT certificates. Delivery arranged.

1964 Lambretta Li 150 Scooter

With 185cc upgrade kit and electronic ignition. Genuine Italian example imported and fully restored to this beautiful standard. UK registered with V5C and supporting Lambretta club dating certificate. Currently in "Sheffield United" livery and very attractive. Starts easily and rides beautifully. Fitted with chrome rear luggage rack and leg shield mounted rear view chrome mirror. Classic Lambretta at its best! Delivery and shipping arranged.

1966 BSA A65 Lightning 650cc Twin

Presented in BEAUTIFUL and excellent condition and in my opinion very original. It has excellent chrome work and paint work, shiny alloy engine cases, excellent tyres, chain and sprockets and we have just serviced it fitting a new battery, oil changed, sonically cleaned carburettors, new Tacho cable has been fitted and new rear tyre and inner tube. It fires into life with out effort and sounds superb. On the road the gears select correctly and the 650cc motor pulls very well with no major oil smoke or undue noise. The Lightning was the twin carburetor road going A65 twin and the Thunderbolt was the single carburetor version.

1962 AJS 350cc Scepter Sports (Model 16 Sports)

Fully restored to the outstanding condition you see today. Super rare AMC product and beautifully finished. Motor and gearbox rebuilt by AMC master, Ken De Groom and what a super job. It ticks over beautifully and a short trip up the road did not disappoint, it actually goes very well indeed, as the feature article in "Real Classics" October 2018 also confirms. "Riding the AJS Scepter Sports was addictive fun". A full article was undertaken upon the Sporty AJS 350 and it explains the rebuild in detail.

1990 Yamaha FZR 400 RR 3TJ

29,000 miles and in super condition. This iconic 400 has a full stainless steel race exhaust system, M-Max derestriction box, R6 rear shock conversion, Fazer rear brake caliper and HRC rear brake reservoir kit. In production from 1988 to 1994 this 16v per cylinder 400 made a lot of people smile from ear to ear, 64 bhp and 130 mph from a lightweight 400 was good going and best of all it handled better than the competition. Its Delta box alloy frame was light and rigid. They were latterly loved to death, so finding a good 3TJ isn't easy.

1960 BSA C15 Trials Bike Twin Shock

Pre 65 road registered and with V5C 118GYB. Super condition and well sorted. Roller bearing big end, needle roller timing side bearing, trials gear ratio, Ceriani front forks, 340 mm rear shock absorbers, 11" ground clearance, Bantam front and rear hubs, electronic ignition, alloy fuel tank, oil tank and silencer. Starts and runs great. Ideal for classic competition or green lane run. Very pretty bike. Comes with V5C and associated paperwork. Delivery and shipping arranged.

1998 Triumph Thunderbird Sport With "Sharnwood" Single Seat Side Car

Wasp leading link forks with adjustable Maxton shock absorbers and adjustable ride hide adjustment to side car. Only 4,000 miles with 2 owners and presented in exceptional condition. Beautiful looking outfit which also rides superbly. A unique opportunity to acquire what must be one of the best outfits for sale today. Comes with: V5C, HPi certificate (clear), MOT for one year, service books/pack and spare keys. Delivery and shipping arranged.

Pre 1976 Suzuki RL250 Beamish MK1 Twin Shock Trials Bike

Well as you can see its gorgeous throughout. Dare I say show order. Part of a large private collection until recently. This must represent one of the best MK1 Beamish Suzuki's available. Early example in Orange and Silver with polished engine. The brain child of Graham Beamish, who proved to Suzuki he knew best. Frames manufactured from 531 Reynolds lightweight tubing. He went on to develop the MK2 in 250cc and 325cc along with a purpose made trials side car outfit. Not many early examples around, I doubt this could disappoint any interested party. Delivery and shipping arranged.

1981 Montesa Cota 200 Twin Shock Trials Bike

Excellent and original condition. NOT had a hard life at all. Starts and runs superbly. Montesa is a Spanish manufacturer well known for its off road bikes. Very successful in the 1970's and World Champions in 1980 with Ulf Karlsson as pilot. Strikes and the Spanish economy saw the end of Montesa as an independent manufacturer. They teamed up with Honda which saw them pull through and and they remain to this day. This example requires nothing more than pre trial checks. Delivery and shipping arranged.

1978 Kawasaki Z650 C

Presented in super condition, finished in Stardust silver. Original UK example. The odometer reads 31,000 miles believed correct. Recently fitted with a new sprag clutch and New battery. Excellent tyres, chain and sprockets. Classic four into one exhaust pipe, lovely black mag alloy wheels and the chrome work is excellent. Electric start, nice seat height, side stand and the Z650 was very reliable. The DOHC motor gave out a respectable 62 HP and a 115 MPH through its 5 speed gearbox. Supplied with V5C, HPi certificate (clear) and MOT current until December 2019.

1957 Lambretta LD150 Series 3 Scooter

Original UK example with original Buff log book. Superb condition and ready to go. Restored circa 2011, presented at shows and a proven award winner. Completed a tour of Ireland and the former keeper claimed excellent reliability. Registered new on the 5th of May. Chassis number 230589. Records show the Lambretta has spent all its time in Cheshire. Supplied with V5C, Lambretta Club dating certificate, pre restoration photographs, associated invoices, keys and workshop manual. Delivery arranged.

1968 Norton N15CS 750cc Twin

Presented in restored and show standard condition. Matching engine and frame numbers supported by Norton Owners Club dating certificate. The N15CS was a hybrid between AMC and Norton to cater for the extremely popular desert racing market in the USA. It featured a Matchless G85CS completion frame and a very powerful Norton Atlas 750cc twin motor. The model range was tweaked with some having high level exhaust pipes a Ranger P11A model with swept back exhaust pipes and as we have with low level road going exhaust pipes.

1972 Bultaco 250cc MK6 Pursang MX

Truly a beautiful classic twin shock off road bike. Matching engine and frame numbers. Subject of a complete restoration circa 5 years ago and not used in anger. Out of a superb collection of period Moto Cross machines. Fueled up she starts well but I have had no opportunity to test the MK6 on the track. The tyres are like new as is the chain and sprockets. Finished in detail in its classic red and white livery. This would be a superb entry in to Twin Shock Moto Cross or to grace any collection of motorcycles.

1952 BSA A10 Gold Flash 650cc Twin Plunger

Frame correct, engine to frame numbers. Original UK example. Beautifully presented after recent restoration completion. Rebuilt motor and gearbox, stainless steel fixings, new tyres, rims and battery, rebuilt competition magneto, etc. 458 miles completed and running superbly. Starts easily, runs smoothly and changes gear beautifully. Supporting paperwork supplied. Conceived by the master himself Bert Hopwood. Briefed by BSA to come up with a bike able to compete with Norton and Triumph, which he did being launched in October 1949.

1974 Laverda 750 SF Twin

47,000 km (29,000) miles with 4 recorded keepers. I can only describe this Superb 70's Italian classic as a show bike. Backed up by the presence of a ICarol Nash International Motor Cycle Show Certificate, "Best Continental" in class. It's just gorgeous and over the past 8 years its been part of a motorcycle collection. In 2014 the SF was taken to a well know Italian bike specialist "Windy Corner" were it underwent quiet a major recommission NOT restoration (invoicing and work sheets supplied). The SF was Laverda's all rounder, Bosch electrics meant reliable starting and charging, and Nippon Denso gauges provided clear information.

1964 Royal Enfield Continental GT "LOOKALIKE"

With GT Motor, absolutely beautiful. The dream of the teenage boy racers of the early 1960s with its drop bars. Race red fuel tank, "Bacon Slicers", seat hump and that fly screen to show your mates the squashed flies, proving the speed you had obtained! This racy example was overhauled in and around 2015/16 and comes with £875 worth of invoicing recorded. Top end rebuild, gearbox overall, ie main shaft, etc. 6 spring clutch, new tyres, battery, tank sealant and so on. Lovely jewel like bike. I can see why they were so popular and saved Royal Enfield at the time. Starts easily and runs very well.

1954 Excelsior Talisman TTY111 250cc

First registered in Somerset to supplying dealer, Wyverns Of Weston LTD. Registered RYC784 and supplied with original registration sheet. Subject of a detailed and beautiful restoration to the standard we offer today. Powered by Excelsior's own engine, which was a smooth motor with 180 degree crank and the transmission was a 4 speed unit. Fitted with its original D shaped speedo and single sprung seat. Starts well and runs very well indeed. Comes with a well researched history and a V5C. Delivery and shipping arranged.

1967 Triumph Tiger 90

Matching engine and frame numbers and presented in excellent condition. Lovely lightweight Triumph Twin. Developed from the Triumph 3TA into a much sportier model like a baby Bonneville. It had higher compression pistons than the 3TA, 9.1 compression  and an output of 27 bhp. 4 Speed gearbox and a single down tube frame. Comes with a well compiled history file and V5C. It starts easily and runs up without apparent fault. A great entry into classic Triumph motorcycle ownership. Delivery and shipping arranged.

1966 Suzuki S32-2 150cc Twin

With electric start, twin carburetors and a 4 speed gearbox. This example is in superb condition to a show standard. Lightweight twin, easy to start and returning good performance 16hp on tap. Supplied with VJMC dating certificate which confirms the engine and frame number to be correct. UK registered with: V5C and HPi certificate (clear). Can be MOT tested at point of sale if required. Very smart classic two stroke. Delivery arranged.

2018 SWM Gran Milano 440cc Cafe Racer

Dealer registered 50 miles ONLY. SWM are an Italian Motor Cycle Manufacturer and have been around for 70 years. They are very well known for the production of successful off road motorcycles. Their road bikes are great quality and superb value. Great retro style powered by a Husqvarna motor. Italian design and built in Italy. Don't confuse this with a cheaply put together bike, It is not, although it is great value. Superbly finished with Brembo brakes, adjustable forks, alloy rims, alloy swing arm, metallic paint, stainless steel high level exhausts and starts on the button. Light with low seat height. Just 5 delivery miles.

1934 Gillet Comfort 400cc Sloper - Herstal, Belgium

Charming "Oily Rag" condition. Imported into the UK in 1981 and decommissioned in the mid 1990's. These were a quality motorcycle in their day, Gillet holding 81 World Records up to 1934. Looking round the bike confirms this. One kick and the 400cc motor springs into action, sitting on tick over beautifully. I am told the motor was rebuilt and the way it runs backs up this claim. Its ready to go and enjoy and an ideal 1930s touring bike, which I feel would be quite reliable. It comes with copy handbooks and sale literature, V5C and a file containing invoices, specification and correspondence.

1990 Gilera CX 125

Futuristic concept, designed by ex Bimoto Engineer, Fredrico Martini. Unique features such as centre hub steering, sleek aerodynamic styling, 17" cast alloy dished wheels, single sided rear suspension, six speed gearbox, liquid cooled 125cc two stroke motor. Claiming 30BHP and 120 MPH. It's said 1000 were produced and 600 were sold, although I new of the model, but had not seen one until acquiring this one which is absolutely in as new condition. An extremely rare bike which certainly stands out in a crowd. What a collector's piece? Delivery and shipping arranged.

1961 AJS Model 14 250cc

With 62 CSR motor fitted. Beautiful condition and part of a private collection of motorcycles since 2008. It appears to be in really excellent condition, both cosmetically and mechanically, although I have no history file for this bike just a V5C. I can assure you it is not and average offering. My experience tells me this AJS has had some time and effort employed into it and it presents superbly. It starts easily and runs well although prior to delivery or collection this Model 14 will undergo a thorough check over and service. The AMC lightweights were good bikes but in the day were overshadowed by cheaper BSA and Triumph products.

1986 Honda CBX 750 FE Or R17

Great example and presented very well. I have in my possession photographs of the CBX stripped down to the frame, circa 5 years or so ago. It was then rebuilt using the original parts and replacing worn components. Its DOHC In Line Four Motor was a legend, super reliable. It revved to 10,000 rpm and gave 92 BHP, which pushed it to 131 mph. Not bad for a bike of its day and you got 37 miles per gallon. It had the new Pro Link rear end and handled superbly weighing in at 218 kg. A production run of 2 years so this one must be one of the last. 67 of them are currently licensed in the UK.

1988 Norton Rotary Interpol 2

Superbly presented in custom sport style. Very good looking bike and in excellent condition. The V5C records 3 former keepers and the odometer reads 1,800 miles. I am informed this is from rebuild. The last owner has owned the Norton since 2006 and it has been extremely well maintained. The air cooled rotary Interpol was put into service with such bodies as the Police, AA and Ambulance. 100 air cooled models were released to the public and marketed as the the "Classic". Latterly the water cooled rotary was launched for public purchase and was known as the Commando.

1980 Moto Morini 350cc or three and a half Sport V Twin

Beautiful original 3.5 with an odometer reading of 21,239 (13,200 miles). Supplied with extensive service history from specialists. The Italian red paint finish is superb, the wheels are unmarked and the tyres are excellent. The 350cc motor starts easily and is aided by the fitting of electronic ignition. The V Twin motor gave 39bhp @ 8500 rpm and claimed 100 mph driven through its six speed transmission. By 1980 the Sport had mag alloy wheels in gold and a single "Grimica" front disc brake. These classis little Italian 350's are pretty and are fun to ride and at the moment are very affordable.

1968 Ducati 160 Monza Junior SHOC

Which I can only describe as pristine after a professional restoration. Most of the work being carried out by "Ducati Technical Services" Wakefield, West Yorkshire. Supporting invoices are supplied in the history file. The restoration included: an engine and gearbox rebuild plus as you can see all the cycle parts have been refurbished. Finished in beautiful electric blue and silver. It's a little jewel. Production ran from 64 to 68 and this example comes with its Ducati Club GB dating certificate. The SOHC motor was good for a touch over 70mph and its 4 speed gear box was a joy. Although it looks as though its doing 120 mph stood still! So pretty.

1997 KAWASAKI ZZR1100 D5

Low mileage 22,000. Lovely, Amaranth Metallic Red. Superb condition, having been very well cared for and maintained. Genuine low mileage, MOT certificate supplied in support of this. Recent set of new plugs, oil changed Motul brand, new air filter. New brake seals, Goodridge brake hoses, wavy discs, carburetors removed and sonically cleaned. Fitted with a "Micron" silence which sounds beautiful. Excellent tyres, chain and sprockets.

Suzuki T350 Road Racer

CRMC registered, race winner. Very special motor, call for full details. Straight cut primaries, 35mm power jet carburetors and ElectrexWorld electronic ignition. Front forks Ceriani GP 35mm replicas with adjustable damping and springing. Front brakes with twin Brembo calipers, 260mm Suzuki discs. Ready to go. Delivery arranged.

1994 Suzuki  GSXR 750 R WR Four Stroke DOHC

4 Valves Per Cylinder, Water cooled With Six Speed Transmission. Quite a bike in its day and much altered for the 94 model . Its was lighter for a start , Up rated forks, Six pot calipers, 180/55/R17 back tyre, Wide mounted TR40 carburetors from the race department, Stainless steel down pipes, SCAN air intake and Magnesium engine covers. Weighed 199Kg, 153 MPH Top Speed, Standing quarter mile in 11.16 seconds and 44.8 mpg  plus funky paint schemes. This one is an excellent original example which shows 27,924 miles and 4 recorded keepers upon the V5C. It really is a very genuine GSXR.

1976 A350 CC Condor "Army"

Powered by the superb Ducati 350cc scramble motor with modification for military use. Developed for the Swiss army and adopted by the Italian military. Extremely strong and reliable machines with a really great look. Front forks were Marzocchi, brakes by Grimeca and headlight, etc were Bosch. Fitted with its super quiet exhaust muffler, external oil filter and saddle bags. This super example is in great condition and is currently covered in a protective anti corrosion coating. Leave or remove? The rims are superb under the coating, as is the frame, etc. Starts easily and runs beautifully. Great looking bike.

2013 Kawasaki W800

(EJ 800 ACFA) LTD Edition Black with Gold Rims, 10,000 miles with full main agent service history, 3 private keepers, Dry weather fun bike only and absolutely immaculate. Electric start, Low centre of gravity and light. Its a joy to ride as it does not make you ache! Smooth and easy going too RETRO classic. Very popular bikes. Supplied with V5C, HPI certificate clear, MOT expires July 2019, Service book and pack, Hand book and spare key. Wants for nothing, Ready to go Delivery and shipping arranged.

1964 Model Triumph T120 Bonneville 650cc Twin

Dispatched from Triumph on the 04/09/1963 as per Triumph Owners Club dating certificate supplied. For 1964 the Bonneville got outside sprung forks and the footpegs mounted on the engine mount plates along with two tone paint being gold over Alaskan white. The speedo was now 125 MPH unit and were Smiths magnetic gauges. This example I am delighted to offer represents the above and it is truly pristine as rolled of the production line in its "look". Formerly the property of a Triumph motorcycle collector who is fastidious with detail, so should appeal to the discerning buyer.

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