BSA Lightning Clubman – 1969 Restored Motorcycle

Manufacturer: BSA      Year:

BSA Lightning Clubman – 1969

Year: 1969
Manufacturer: BSA
Model: A65 Clubman
Colour: Chrome
Engine Size: 654
Drive Type: Chain
Start Type: Kick Start

Restored 1969 BSA A65 Clubman Motorcycle.

This BSA Lightning Clubman had a full nut and bolt restoration in 2003.

The alloy rims were laced with stainless steel spokes.

The frame was powder coated.

The engine and gearbox were thoroughly rebuilt.

The ignition system was upgraded with Boyer electronic unit.

A high amp alternator was fitted.

Fold up rear set foot pegs were added.

All of the chrome was re-plated.

All of the cables were replaced.

The wiring was checked and replaced as needed.

The front suspension was rebuilt.

A great restored BSA Lighting Clubman Motorcycle.

Honda CB750 – 1973 Restored Motorcycle

Manufacturer: Honda      Year:

Honda CB750 – 1973

Year: 1973
Manufacturer: Honda
Model: CB750
Colour: Gold
Engine Size: 750
Drive Type: Chain
Start Type: Combo

Restored 1973 Honda CB750 Motorcycle.

This Honda was carefully rebuilt over two years.

The engine was re-bored and fitted with new pistons and rings.

New valve seats were professionally installed.

The primary and cam chain tensioners were replaced.

The engine was aqua-blasted and the cases were repainted.

The frame, swing arm and battery box were powder coated.

The carburettors were completely stripped, cleaned and rebuilt.

The original Nippon Denso speedo and rev counter were stripped and refurbished with new faces, glass and dampers.

Most of the electrics were replaced with new items including a complete harness, pilot light harness, ignition coils, ignition switch, fuses and fuse box, battery, replacement regulator / rectifier unit, electronic ignition and a starter solenoid.

Both LH and RH handlebar switches were replaced with new items as were the throttle cable and clutch cable.

The bike also had a new clutch pack, rear brake shoes, swing arm bushes, front brake master cylinder rebuild and a new set of Avon Roadriders.

The oil lines were uprated to stainless items by Earls of Silverstone.

In addition countless fasteners, gaskets and those little rubber parts that go crispy with age were replaced.

A very nice restored Honda CB750 Motorcycle.

Suzuki GT750B – 1977 Restored Motorcycle

Manufacturer: Suzuki      Year:

Suzuki GT750B – 1977

Year: 1977
Manufacturer: Suzuki
Model: GT750B
Colour: Black
Engine Size: 750
Drive Type: Chain
Start Type: Combo

Restored 1977 Suzuki GT750B Motorcycle.

This GT750 was rescued from a barn and restored by its owner.

The engine was stripped and the crank was rebuilt with new seals.

The alternator and points covers were replaced with NOS items as were the water hoses, SRIS tubes and the brass connectors.

The water pump was replaced.

The engine cases were polished and the correct ‘Liquid Cooled’ decals were applied.

The 11 large head bolts were replaced.

This bike has the rare optional thermostatic fan kit fitted.

The radiator and its silver cover were repainted.

The carburettors were overhauled, all of the the jets were replaced with genuine Mikuni stock jets, including the pilot air reduction jets.

The linkages and brackets were chromed or zinc’d and the bodies and tops were polished.

The airbox was powder coated, the air filter replaced and the chrome covers replaced with NOS ones.

The fuel tap was rebuilt with new seals and polished.

The fuel tank was professionally refinished in black.

The tank and side panel badges were replaced the correct type NOS items.

New decals and stickers were applied where they should be.

NOS headlamp ears were used and the headlamp was repainted.

The rear lamp and carrier were re-chromed as was the radiator crash bar.

The correct brown-faced clocks were restored.

The clock covers were re-chromed and a new light console and Suzuki badge was fitted.

The frame was powder coated.

The steering head bearings and swing arm bushes were replaced.

The wheels were rebuilt with new rims, spokes and bearings.

The chain adjusters, wheel axles and brake arm were chromed.

New mudguards were fitted.

All of the control cables were replaced.

All of the alloy on the motor and forks was highly polished.

The bike was completely rewired with NOS looms front and rear.

The master cylinder and both brake calipers were refinished and a NOS reservoir cap, seals, pistons and pads were fitted.

A lovely restored Suzuki GT750B Motorcycle.