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MOTORCYCLES FOR SALE:
1936 INDIAN 4 - $15,000
Survivor. Needs restoration. Rust free. The bike runs & drives.
Original condition as shown. The bike located in Lampung, Indonesia.
Clear title/vehicle registration in my name.
Contact Heriyanto at email@example.com
(I know, it's not a Brit bike. But look at it...how could I resist?)
SURVIVOR 1952 MATCHLESS G80S - $3,900 firm
The bike is from Panang, Malaysia, brought here in 1976. The machine is solid, no rust. Rubber composite parts, tires, etc. show signs of age fatigue. Some parts need servicing but the engine runs quite well, with no smoke. Exhaust pipe will need replacing for it to look sharp. The tank is solid, and the frame is in excellent condition.
Email Scott at firstname.lastname@example.org
1947 VELOCETTE KSS - $27,500
1947 Velocette KSS MATCHING NUMBERS. Vintage British Motorcycle. Restored prior to my acquisition. Accepted to the Quail Motorcycle Event in Monterey CA 2016. Mechanically sound, excellent condition. Would be a nice addition for a serious collector. Engine# KSS 10228; Frame # 8256
Motorcycle is located in El Dorado Hills, California.
No dealers or consigners. Payment by cash or in-person bank transfer at Bank of America or Wells Fargo.
BARN FIND: 1058cc 1975 Triumph Trident T160V
For the serious collector/restorer. 5/8” stroker crank and sleeved cylinders by Big D Cycle, Dallas, TX. Mega Cycle # 1190 cams, Webco valve springs ,light weight tappets from a 500cc Triumph, cam gears narrowed, beveled & drilled. Rocker arms lightened & shimmed. 10.5:1 compression pistons, 3 – 32mm Amal mark3 carbs. Big D race header with removable baffle, Barnett clutch, lightened flywheel, Boyer Brandsden electronic ignition and a Reynolds racing chain.
This one of a kind Trident was last on the road in 1994. The parts were installed at 9,410 miles. It now has 12,140 miles on the odometer. It ran when it was stored and the engine was never stuck. The gas tank, carbs., etc. need to be cleaned. Both master cylinders are frozen. The title is clear. It’s a project I will never get to so it’s for sale for $10,500.00. Negotiable, so make me an offer I can’t refuse. Phone Jim at 3523836239 or e mail at jlrussell4atcomcastdotnet.
1978 Triumph Bonneville T140E 750 - $6,000
Second owner since 500 miles! Under 4400 original miles now well kept and cared for. Only modifications are Electronic Ignition, NKG Wires, sissy bar and professionally repainted (Original Colors) New Continental tires. Everything else is all original! 1-2 kicks to start. Asking price is $6000.00
Contact Mike at Triumphmotorcycle@yahoo.com or 847-323-2551.
Antioch, Illinois, United States of America; 7/26/15
1970 BSA A65 THUNDERBOLT 650 - $7,800
This bike is in fantastic shape, meticulously restored, starts up on one kick and cruises like a new bike. The engine and frame are matching, 1600 miles on an engine/transmission rebuild by Rick Price/Rabers. Has electronic ignition. The title is clean. You won’t find a better BSA of this vintage. It’s no longer a show bike, it’s just a terrific rider. This bike won the President Award in BSAOC North South Rally in 2002 and 1st place at the 2003 California BSA Rally. I’m selling this bike because I have another daily rider and I don’t get around to riding the BSA. It’s a thrilling ride and it deserves a proud new owner. I have a list of all work done to the bike and it is well over my asking price. Also, I have the original Owner’s Handbook and the original BSA Replacement Parts List book.
If interested, contact me by email or phone (no text inquiries, please).
(707) 235-6014; email@example.com
Petaluma CA, 7/19/15
CLASSIC BRIT MOTORCYCLE SHOP FOR SALE
Classic Cycles is a well establish, respected shop that can build a turnkey custom bike, total restoration or support the British motorcycle enthusiast with their project. The shop’s location offers easy access for clients in a very clean and professional environment. All the necessary support for Classic Cycles, such as machinist, bodywork, paint, chrome plating and parts suppliers, are within a few miles from the shop. Tony Dunn, the owner and founder of Classic Cycles, has a well-establish client base. This speaks volumes to the craftsmanship and service that goes into keeping a client. His goal for Classic Cycles isfor him to work a few days a week mentoring the new owner(s) into the business. To create a successful business takes a clear vision, long hours and commitment,so the hard part is done. Tony is looking towards retirement and feels this is a Golden opportunity for the right person(s).
See the recent article in Motorcycle & Powersports News, Nov 25, 2014.
Email: < >firstname.lastname@example.org
TRITON CAFE RACER, $12,500
Custom cafe racer with 1962 Norton Featherbed frame with 1967 Triumph 650 TR6 engine. Clean Colorado title, registered as a '62 Norton.
Vintage Motors of Lyons Colorado
1953 RICKMAN METISSE-TRIUMPH - $17,000, Woodland Hills CA
We have a unique, STREET LEGAL Rickman Metisse Triumph Mark III for sale! This is an oil-in-frame bike, powered by a 500cc Triumph twin. The engine also features an AMAL 386 Monoblock carb, Megacycle Cams, and a Lucas competition magneto that was recently rebuilt. For better shifting, the engine has also been mated with a rebuilt BSA SCR 4-speed gearbox, and the BSA primary case was machined to fit perfectly with the Triumph Crankcase. Bruce Holland Motorcycles in Boise, ID has rebuilt the motor & there is paperwork showing the details of the rebuild. This Rickman has original magnesium hubs in the front and rear, and are laced by Buchanan's in Azusa to rare Dunlop spring steel rims. DOT approved Pirelli dual sport tires are currently installed on the wheels. A Sammy Miller kickstart lever unit is on the bike, which allows the lever to fold in closer to the frame, along with all new cables, grips, twist grip, levers & handlebars. The Rickman frame is nickel-plated & new, plus comes with a Certificate of Authenticity that states it was built specifically for the engine - allowing it to be titled as a 1953 model, instead of a special construction!
Contact the Seller at:
Home - 818-999-1415
Cell - 818-636-4008
1977 Triumph Bonneville T140V 750 - $8,500
Complete re-build over the last 12 months with matching numbers and clear title. Frame powder coated, all chrome parts re-chromed, wheels re-built with new rims and SS spokes and Dunlop K70’s fitted, forks stripped and new seals fitted, all nuts/bolts/washers replaced with SS. Crankshaft dynamically balanced to 74%, new main bearings and big end shells. Gearbox stripped, cleaned and re-built with new main shaft bearing and seals. New wiring harness, electronic ignition and rectifier. Brake rotors skimmed to remove remnants of the chrome. New rear SS master cylinder and all new hoses front and rear. The only modifications from original are the electronic ignition and rectifier, halogen headlight and an external cartridge type oil filter purchased from the U.K., all of which are an improvement over the original equipment without compromising the bikes originality. This bike starts and runs better than any other British bike I have owned so I am a little reluctant to sell it but if you are genuinely interested in this classic machine please call or email Dave Kyte 512 847 1900 email@example.com Wimberley TX
This is our official 1977 Bonneville
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1970 Triumph TR6 Tiger 650 - $10,000
This is a chance to acquire a piece of history as I'm thinking about selling my rebuilt/restored 1970 TRIUMPH TIGER 650 Tr6r!! Motor was rebuilt bottom up when I got it and then I had Steve Walker ( triumph restorer over 30 yrs ex factory trained) replace a few parts to original! Things like Lucas sealed beam glass light, original rectifier, dunlops K78s,rebuilt forks, new brake pads,points,plugs, and other factory parts. This baby looks awesome! This was Triumphs best selling year and color! The Tiger is a Bonneville with one Amal carb instead of two which makes it much easier to keep in sync, starts 1st or 2nd kick, sounds legendary. Offered at $10k firm! I do not need to sell so don't off waste my time with low offers. Bike has a paint flaw around gas cap where gas got into some paint before I got it but not a big deal unless your going to put it in shows. Snooze you lose as these were the coolest bikes until the Japanese invasion of the mid 70s. All #s match! (760) 485-3240 Michael. Santa Rosa CA; 12/19/14
2014 Triumph Bonneville Cafe Racer - $9,495
The Bonneville is a super fun bike to customize! It's a great neutral platform that just begs to be messed with. Here's a great example we had a blast putting together. No cutting or welding, just stuff taken off and bolted on! Come on in and design your own or buy ours!
Munroe Motors of San Francisco
Ducati, Triumph, MV Agusta, Moto Guzzi, Norton
412 Valencia St (@ 15th St), San Francisco, CA 94103
(415) 626-3496 ext. 2 for Sales
Tues-Fri 9am-6pm, Sat 9am-5pm, Closed Sun/Mon; 12/19/14
1970 Triumph TR6 Tiger - $13,500
2nd owner bought in 1969 from 1st owner. Pampered bike in excellent condition. Questions call Kirk (760) 218-2437. I have already turned down an offer of $11K. Palm Springs CA; 12/19/14
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