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Below is the sequence of my efforts of my hobby that is rebuilding and modifying vintage and veteran motorcycles

1925 Douglas

 

I decided after having retired I would complete the restoration of my 1925 350cc  Engine No 01098 horizontally opposed belt driven Douglas….

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1952 Triumph Thunderbird

This of course then became an addiction and I acquired a 1952 650cc Triumph Thunderbird Engine No 6T11678NA which looked complete, but in fact the guy I bought it from had obviously dismantled the engine….

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1957 Matchless

Whilst waiting for parts for Triumph Thunderbird I was fortunate enough to locate a 1957 matchless G11 Engine No 03944 which was part of a deceased estate and was only partly restored to good to miss….

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1948 Velocette Mac

On to the next challenge a 1948 Velocette MAC Engine No 13938 a lot of pieces in poor condition with the need to source considerable parts

Will keep me from being bored I guess!!!….

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1962 James Commodore

On completing the Velocette I was looking for another vintage  English bike to restore and was fortunate to acquire a 1962 James Commodore  Vin No CL 252870 complete in reasonable condition, this will be a relative easy restoration.

I am addicted now and will contine to search for another challenge however, here we go!!

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1936 Panther 350cc

My collection is growing as I could not resist the opportunity to acquire what I think is a real gem with girder forks a 1936 Panther 350cc Engine No P6290

Restoration will be a joy!

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1938 Scott Flying Squirrel

This is, in my view, my best acquisition to date. A true classic. I even have the original registration documents.

I am looking forward to a complete dismantle and rebuild of this marvellous piece of history.

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Testimonials

 

 

Great rebuild, love the Triumph, I was looking at the scavenger pipe on the Triumph, does this have to be sealed when replace, i bought a set of cases with out and was wonder any special way of fitting


 

Peter Cherry

What a great descrptive Blog this is and what a great restoration job has been done on all the bikes. Great Mate!!!!


 

Max