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1941 Chevrolet Coupe - Red
1987 TVR 350 I - Metallic Blue/Cream Hide
1966 Chrysler Newport - Dark Metallic Green - Ivy Green Interior - Just beautiful
1964 Pontiac Bonneville 4 Door Pillerless Sedan - Alaskan White - Gold interior - SUPERB
1929 New Imperial New Model 2 Standard Semi Sports 350cc S/V - Beautiful - charming
1954 Talisman Twin With Plunger - Frame Show Standard
1997 Yamaha FZR 400 - Red/White - Beautiful
2000 Suzuki Hayabusa Turbo! - 12,000 miles - SUPERB



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.


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.

1935 Vauxhall Light 14/6 De Luxe Saloon With Sliding Sunshine Roof

Announced in 1935 the Light Six range came with independent front wheel springing, extra performance, modern streamline influence and roomier coachwork, cruciform frame with lower centre of gravity, syncro-mesh easy gear change, no-draught ventilation and each jacking system. Quite a car in its class. This example is truly beautiful with gleaming black coachwork with contrasting brick red coach line and wheels. The interior is unrepeatable with its patina being totally original and untouched. The Brown leather is supple and well kept the lovely farther varnished dash board unmarked and all the instruments work and look beautiful lit up when dark. The exterior chrome work gleams, the opening sunshine roof works as do the traficator indicators.

1989 Ford Sierra 2.9 GLS 4X4 5 Door Hatchback 5 Speed Manual

12,336 miles from new and I can only describe the Sierra as being in exceptional condition. Kept on display in Ford Main Agent showroom for many years until supplied to private collector, who has recently sold it to ourselves. Comes with: full service history and expired MOT certificates in support of the mileage. A copy of an Independent Enginers Report carried out in May 2013 at 11,002 miles is also present, the engineer stating it to be an A1/excellent example. The Sierra was unveiled in September 1982 and there after came in different specs, 85 saw the 4x4 all wheel drive with viscous drive couplings. In 89 the Cologne V6 2.9 engine replaced the old 2.8 motor and now had all new electronic fuel injection system and was well received by it buying public. This 2.9 V6 is superb and it drives dare I say like a new example being quiet and taught.

1976 Morgan 4/4 Ford 1600 Kent Powered

Chassis number B3592. This classic Morgan presents beautifully in its solid black coachwork, stood on its black enamel wire wheels. A thorough look at the coachwork shows no signs of apparent corrosion and the black finish is excellent. On the lifts the Morgan chassis is again in great condition and any inspection is welcome. The odometer reads 69,200 miles supported by many expired MOT certificates supplied with the car and 5 former keepers are recoded upon the V5C. Sitting in the cockpit is lovely with excellent black hide seating and wood fascia in front of you. I have checked the weather equipment and it is complete including side screens and cockpit cover. A genuinely very nice traditional sports car.

1964 Vauxhall Viva HA Deluxe

36,000 miles, believed correct. 3 recorded keepers. Excellent condition, runner up to 2017 in Class at National Rally. Professionally repainted to a high standard. Excellent chrome and nicely presented under bonnet area. Re-carpeted, new headlining and door cards. The HA was Vauxhall's answer to the Morris Minor and Ford Anglia and was their first small car since 1936. Introduced in 1963 the HA was popular, with light steering, easy short shift gear change, light clutch and "Nippy" performance from its 1057cc motor. Good all round visibility was also a great plus for the HA. By the end of production of the HA around 306,000 units had been produced. Sadly few survive due to RUST, Vauxhall's known problem. Delivery arranged.


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

Finished in Titanium silver with contrasting Parchment hide interior. A beautiful example which has covered 114,000 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.

1984 Reliant Tempest

It is not a kit car but a rebodied Reliant Fox/Kitten. These were built initially as trials cars and did compete very successfully. 51 were built and this is presumably No.14? John Box designed the Tempest sports two-seater, ex chief engineer at TVR and was subsequently a consultant to Reliant. I am delighted to present this lovely little Roadster, which is in superb condition. Coming from a private individual in Derbyshire this Tempest has been superbly maintained with a new battery fitted, refurbished hood, new Makralon sidescreens (unbreakable) and both bottom ball joints on the front suspension have been replaced.

1971 Fiat 500 L LHD

Beautiful classic Fiat 500, UK registered. Excellent underside and body work with no signs of apparent corrosion. Finished in blanco, with contrasting black interior. Recent new soft top, new tyres, battery and exhaust. Starts and drives superbly. MOT expires March 2018. Supplied with V5C, original Italian documents and supporting invoices. Independent Engineers Report supplied if required. Delivery arranged.


1937 Vauxhall 14 DX Saloon S2

"Tourer" so called as for an extra £5 you got a small luggage boot ! The power unit is a straight six being 1701 cc , Beautiful and smooth . The paper work I have claims a complete engine and gearbox rebuild along with a recored radiator , re trimmed leather seating and new carpets . Looking at and driving the Vauxhall defiantly backs up the paper work . The DX range of Vauxhalls were introduced in the mid 1930,s to bring Vauxhall back into the family saloon market and at around £230 it was a popular car , Smooth six cylinder motor , Independent front suspension and a roomy interior made it stand out in its class.Delivery and Shipping Arranged.


1972 Triumph Spitfire MK1V With Overdrive

Restored example and presents superbly, 4,000 miles covered since competition. Beautiful green coachwork with homage Le Mans white flash. No signs of rusting and super shiny paint finish. Inspection of the chassis finds it in excellent condition with no signs of poor repairs or damage. Very well anti-corrosion treated and any inspection welcome. The interior has benefited from seat retrim in black and new carpets, so the cabin is extremely smart. As we sit in and turn the key the 1296cc four cylinder Triumph motor starts straight away. Pull away and the gear change is smooth and the overdrive instantly kicks in and out when operated. Fitted with K & N air filters, alloy rocker cover, stainless steel exhaust system and a Kenlow electrically operated cooling fan.

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, Delivery arranged.

1988 Fiat 126 BIS

15,000 miles and presented in excellent condition. Supplied with Independent Engineers Report in support of claimed condition, if required. Excellent original interior. Currently being serviced and to be MOT tested for one year at point of sale. Supplied with: V5C, HPi certificate (clear), expired MOT certificates in support of the mileage, handbook and spare keys. Great fun to drive, super economical, cheap insurance and really cool as they say! Shipping and finance arranged.

1999 TVR Cerbera 4.0 Litre Super Six

33,000 miles with supporting history. Excellent condition, finished in metallic blue with contrasting blue and graphite hide. Comes with: remote central locking system, electrically operated windows and mirrors, radio/cd sound system. Exhilarating drive and it sounds fantastic. Supplied with: V5C, 1 years MOT, HPi certificate (clear), supporting history and handbooks. Delivery arranged.

1967 Austin Healey 3000 MK111 BJ8 Phase 11 With Overdrive

Chassis number HBJ8L41708. Classic Colorado red and cream. Presented in beautiful condition. Imported in 1981 and restored in 1984/85. Documentation and photographs supplied. Engine rebuilt early 90's. In the last 30 years the BJ8 has covered 6,727 miles. Recent work includes a specialist service with new hub bearings, brake service, new chrome wire wheels and Continental tyres and a new mohair hood. Starts easily, no smoke or rattles. Excellent oil pressure maintained and does not overheat. Superb on the road really nice to drive and the sound is beautiful. Supplied with excellent supporting history, V5C and HPi certificate (clear). Delivery arranged.

1954 MGTF 1250 XPAG

Chassis number TF6061, built the 18th of June 1954. Exported to North America. Factory colour red. Imported and converted to RHD December 2009. Over the past 9 years an on going restoration has been undertaken to the beautiful MG TF we present today. Repainted, majority of bright work re chromed. New carpets, recovered side screens and new chrome luggage rack. This example is not only pretty but I am pleased to say mechanically excellent having undergone the following works since September 2016 at a mileage of 62,041. We can arrange delivery of this lovely MGTF upon request.


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.


SWM Grand Milano 440cc Single Cafe Racer

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. Ideal retro looking bike. Endearing to ride, press and go. Registered on a 68 plate. Warranted. Delivery, shipping and finance arranged.

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 . This one benefits from the slightly later CSR motor with better crank pin . A truly lovely bike, usable, light and affordable.


1966 Royal Enfield Continental GT 250cc Single

With 5 speed gearbox (Engine number GT17654). This iconic British 250 single is beautifully presented. Launched in 1964 and the would be racers still on L Plates had to have one. It sold like hot cakes and for around £250 quid you could have one and it came fully loaded with all the go faster bits. Beautiful red race style fiberglass fuel tank, fly screen, bacon slicers, hump seat, ace bars, swept back exhaust system and rev counter set in a lovely aluminum top yolk. Royal Enfield claimed it to be "Britain's Fastest 250", after John Cooper (Moon Eyes) thrashed it around Silverstone giving a top speed of 73MPH, Yep 73 MPH,  no wonder the fly screen was needed! By the late 60's the Land Of The Rising Sun had basically out engineered the UK motorcycle industry, with high revving 125 pocket rockets, multi geared and the then the big multi cylinders that did not throw up oil on your Mum and Dad's drive! So this actual beauty was the bike Royal Enfield Continental GT used for there comparison "Old and New", when in 2013 Royal Enfield launched there new Continental GT at the "Ace Cafe". The video is still on You Tube. Efficiently known as the "Little Red Rooster" so it's got a bit of fame under its belt.

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. Our bike as said is in great shape and it has its original period colour match luggage. It's got great tyres and chain; and a new battery has just been fitted so its on the button.

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. All production ceased in 1992 with the all to familiar underfunding of the British motor cycle industry.

1968 Lambretta LUi CL

Chassis number 20/9*600331*. Innocenti’s new model was launched the Luna range (Luna meaning silver moon). They had a high-tec look for its day typical of the space race period. Seldom seen this naked Lambretta has a 75cc upgrade from standard 50cc. Its done just 35 miles since total restoration and is presented in SHOW condition. Starts straight away and rides very well. Great fun and light, easy to put on a motor home, etc. Comes with: V5C, Lambretta archive dating certificate and associated file of invoicing. Delivery, shipping and finance 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. Most of the production were allocated to the USA market and by 1969 the model was dropped in favor of the Norton Commando range.


1990 Suzuki GSXR 1100 L DOHC

4 Valve's Per Cylinder. Legendary 4 cylinder air cooled motor. This is an exceptional example presented in its classic blue and white livery, which is unmarked. The under trays and rear shock absorber assembly are excellent and not a rusty mess. The box section alloy frame is beautiful and shows no sins of any damage. Looks 12 months old. Low mileage and low ownership, very difficult to replicate the super original condition of this Big Suzuki. We have had the carburetors off and sonically cleaned, rebuilt with new carburetor kits, new plugs fitted, new battery fitted and changed the oil and filter. Still a tour de force 143bhp @ 9500 rmp, put through its five speed box you got 167 mph. The L was the re jigged K.

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. This one runs superbly and comes with: V5C, HPi certificate (clear), many expired MOT certificates and various associated receipts. If your looking for a bit of retro fun that will not break the bank, I doubt you could not go wrong with this. Delivery and shipping arranged.

1972 Yamaha YDS7

Original UK example and presented in excellent original unrestored condition. Odometer reads 28,000 miles. Fitted with the R5 350cc motor. Starts superbly and is crisp as it should be. It rides beautifully the 5 speed box operating well with no clutch slip. The closest thing you could buy to a pure race bike in the early 70's with Yamaha's engines and frame being very close to their race bikes. Finished in its 1972 livery of Gold and Black. Original silencers in great condition, original rims, original mudguards in super condition. No splits in the rear mudguard under the seat. Seat in very good condition. Original cables and overall does not want touching. A detail clean and this would present superbly if it does not already. Iconic 70's two stroke.

1959 Royal Enfield Ensign 150cc Two Stroke

When did you last see one? Royal Enfield's answer to the BSA Bantam and probably a better bike, but RE could not knock them out cheap enough. This is an extremely original little two stroke, which is easy to start and it rides great. It has a very original look about it and the registration number is original to. Take this to a show and get them guessing! Comes with: V5C, workshop manual and handbook. Delivery and shipping arranged.

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. We will MOT this example at point of sale for 1 year. It comes with: V5C, HPi certificate (clear) and service history. Don't hesitate, I don't think this is going to be around to long! Delivery and shipping arranged.

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. I can only say if a little classic Italian is your bag then don't miss this, it is truly beautiful. It starts easily and runs beautifully.

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.


1973 Norton Commando 850cc MK2A

Frame and engine number 312018, 5,000 miles from new with 2 long term owners. NOT restored but presented in beautiful original condition. Well maintained through out its time. Must be one of the very best original examples. Recently serviced and starts and runs superbly. This is the classic black 850 Commando, which always to my mind look the best. I am delighted to offer this Commando and the new owner, I am sure, will be delighted. Any inspection most welcome. Don't miss it. Delivery and Shipping arranged.

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. To be MOT tested for one year at point of sale. Comes with V5C and Hpi certificate (clear). Classic big tourer, which is not outclassed today. Getting collectable. Delivery arranged.

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.

1971 Triumph TR6 Trophy 650cc High Pipe

Formerly a "Saint", matching engine and frame numbers. Beautifully restored in and around 2012/13, both cosmetically and mechanically. Supporting invoices are supplied for the rebuild of the motor and gear box along with new rims, spokes, tyres, chain, sprockets, fork seals, shock absorbers, etc, it goes on. As you see today the Triumph is beautifully presented and I love the colour combination. It has covered 250 miles since the restoration was completed, only run on dry sunny days. Coming out of a private collection of classic bikes, I was delighted to buy it. Riding the TR6 today is very pleasant as it has a nice seat height and I feel a very comfortable riding position. A side stand is also fitted.

1957 MV Agusta 175 CS Modello Sport

Rare “Big Head” overhead cam engine. Show condition. Full restoration a few years ago, using original parts wherever possible. Upgraded to 12V, with electronic Pazon ignition. Supporting restoration photographs and invoices are supplied. Starts easily MV Augusta Owners Club dating certificate. Pretty lightweight MV Agusta that would grace any collection. 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, There's the odd paint chip here and there but  it does not detract from how straight the bike is. Its on the button and I have ridden the bike 30 miles and pushed it 2 after running out of fuel. It rides as well as it pushes!

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. Comes with: V5C, expired MOT certificates which confirm its 11,700 km (7,270 miles) odometer reading, service history, last serviced March 2018, handbook and associated invoices. Delivery and shipping arranged.

Honda K4 350 cc Race Bike Group 1  Period 2

CRMC registered with license. Excellent condition and built by DM Engineering. Alloy tank, KHINE carburetors, electronic ignition, stainless exhaust pipes, new chain, excellent tyres. Few hours since rebuild. Easy starter and ready to go pre race checks. Shipping and delivery arranged. Well under build cost.

1996 Yamaha YZF 600cc Thundercat

6,000 Miles ONLY with supporting history, V5C records 3 former keepers. Excellent condition and just serviced, new oil and oil filter, new battery, new brake pads front and rear and new alloy rear sprocket nuts. A versatile sports-touring motorbike, with a reliable engine, decent suspension and braking. Very respectable 100 BP giving  145MPH and 0 to 60 in 11.3 seconds. Returning 40 mpg. Comes with: V5C, HPi certificate (clear), MOT for one year at point of sale, service book and spare key. Delivery and shipping arranged.

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. Restored in and around 2012 which can be confirmed by the extensive amount of restoration information and invoicing supplied with the Bonneville. Starting well and running with no apparent fault to note.


1948 EMC 350 cc Sports Split Cylinder 

EMC Motorcycles or the Ehrlich Motor Co was a British motorcycle manufacturer. Based in Isleworth, the business was founded by Joseph Ehrlich who emigrated to the United Kingdom from Austria in the 1930s.

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1965 Suzuki S32 150cc

With electric start. Superb lightweight two stroke twin. Beautifully presented. 5,608 miles believed correct. Recent new tyres, seat, battery, front and rear sprocket, chain, handle bar grips and spark plugs. Starts on the button and rides superbly. Supplied with supporting invoices, workshop manual and HPi certificate (clear). Delivery 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.

1985 Classic Rare Honda VF1000F2 Bol D'or

Only 14,000 miles from new and only 3 owners. Comes with original Toolkit and Owners manual/handbook plus a workshop manual. 2 Honda keys. Genuine original exhausts. All original decals intact, this has never been restored. Superb original and beautiful looking classic Honda. Starts on the button and rides without apparent fault. Other than a pre delivery/collection service, the Honda requires nothing. MOT expires July 2019. HPi certificate supplied (clear). A lovely touring classic which will only increase in value. Delivery arranged.

Apilia RSV Millie

  21550 miles, Supporting MOT certificates, Super condition and super quick. Has Solo and pillion seat, Tinted DB screen, Carbon heel guards, Hagon rear shockabsorber, Race can with detachable baffle!!  New oil, New battery, K&N filter, Coolent changed, SBS front brake pads and new roller head bearings. Very well maintained. Supplied with V5C, HPi certificate (clear), MOT expires 17/5/2019 and 2 keys. What a lot of bike for the money, Delivery arranged.

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.

1999 T Triumph T955i Daytona

22,080 miles. Exceptional condition, finished in unmarked Tornado Red. Comes with original can. Starts on the button and rides without apparent fault. Recent new tyres, brand new battery, new chain and excellent sprockets. Not been down the road. HPi certificate clear. Now becoming sort after and still a great bike to ride. V5C, MOT certificates from 2009, MOT expires February 2019, two keys. Great example and delivery arranged.

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. Comes with: V5C, HPi certificate (clear), MOT expires August 2019, handbook and spare key. Delivery, shipping and finance 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. The motor is from a 1952 BSA Gold Star confirmed by an original green log book with registration number OS8496.

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.

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