I have acquired a 1935 Velocette Mac, (my birth year). I am excited to be adding to my collection of English bikes (9 in total). Some would say I am addicted to restoration of what some would consider masterpieces. I plead guilty. 90% of the bike is there, albeit in a sorry sate. See photos…
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….
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….
I have been able to source this gem of a bike from a guy in Lismore NSW.
It is all there and only requires some tender loving care to bring it back to its condition as purchased…
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!!!….
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.
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!
I decided after having retired I would complete the restoration of my 1925 350cc Engine No 01098 horizontally opposed belt driven Douglas….