Triumph Bonneville – 1961 Restored Motorcycle

Manufacturer: Triumph      Year:

Triumph Bonneville – 1961

Year: 196
Manufacturer: Triumph
Model: Bonneville
Colour: Blue/Silver
Engine Size: 650
Drive Type: Chain
Start Type: Kick Start


Restored 1961 Triumph Bonneville Motorcycle.

This Bonneville was completely disassembled by its owner and every part was recondition or replaced with correct high-quality parts.

The engine bearings, rings, bushings and seals were replaced.

The crankshaft was ground.

The cylinder head was completely restored with new valves, valve guides and all cases were buffed.

A new primary chain and clutch plates were installed.

The alternator was inspected and tested.

The original kick start and shifter arm were re-chromed to show quality.

All of the painted parts were re-finished in the correct colours.

The fuel tank was fitted with a new mounting rubber and top strap.

The parcel rack was finished in show chrome.

New tank badges, trim and knee rubbers were fitted.

The swing arm was fitted with a new pivot shaft and bushings.

The front forks were rebuilt with new bushings, seals and gators.

New cables were fitted and the original hand and clutch levers were re-chromed.

A stunning restored 1961 Triumph Bonneville motorcycle.

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Honda CBX1000Z – 1978 Restored Motorcycle

Manufacturer: Honda      Year:

Honda CBX1000Z – 1978

Year: 1978
Manufacturer: Honda
Model: CBX1000Z
Colour: Red
Engine Size: 1000
Drive Type: Chain
Start Type: Combo


Restored 1978 Honda CBX1000Z Motorcycle.

This CBX was fully restored by its owner.

The crankcases, head and barrels were vapour blasted inside and out and painted in heat resistant silver.

The barrels were rebored to + 0.5mm

New pistons and rings were installed.

The cylinder head was skimmed.

The valves were lapped and the clearances set.

The primary chain, oil pump chain and cam chains were replaced.

The carburettors were stripped, rebuilt and balanced.

The fasteners were re-plated.

New gaskets and seals were used.

The paintwork was re-sprayed with correct stickers and lacquering details to the original red and black.

The frame was shot blasted and painted.

The forks were re-chromed.

The stands and ancillary parts were shot blasted and powder coated black.

The grab rail was re-chromed.

The seat was professionally recovered using a high quality cover and the correct trims.

A new wiring loom was fitted.

The speedo and tacho were refurbished.

An excellent restored Honda CBX1000Z Motorcycle.

Yamaha RT2 360 – 1972 Restored Motorcycle

Manufacturer: Yamaha      Year:

Yamaha RT2 360 – 1972

Year: 1972
Manufacturer: Yamaha
Model: RT2
Colour: Silver
Engine Size: 360
Drive Type: Chain
Start Type: Kick Start


Restored 1972 Yamaha RT2 360 Motorcycle.

This outstanding Yamaha was fully restored by its owner.

The frame, swing arm, brake arm, foot rest bar, chain guide, air box, battery box, tool box, seat pan, side stand and some other small parts were black powder coated.

The gas tank, oil tank, fenders, chain guard, taillight bracket, headlight bucket and headlight mounting ears were sprayed silver.

All of the silver was clear coated after the decals were applied.

The engine covers, wheel hubs, brake plates, fork lower tubes and drive hub were buffed and polished.

All of the buffed aluminium parts were clear powder coated.

The chrome parts were re-plated.

The cylinder was re-bored.

The main wiring harness was replaced with a reproduction item.

The seals, gaskets, clutch plates, clutch springs, sprockets, chain, rubber grommets, rubber tubing, air cleaner, petcock parts, gas cap parts, wheel bearings, brake shoes, cables, emblems, handlebars, seat cover, tyres, tubes, rim strips, light bulbs and the battery were replaced.

The front and rear rims were replaced and built up with stainless steel spokes.

A very well restored Yamaha RT2 360 Motorcycle.

Yamaha DT1-C – 1970 Restored Motorcycle

Manufacturer: Yamaha      Year:

Yamaha DT1-C – 1970

Year: 1970
Manufacturer: Yamaha
Model: DT1-C
Colour: Red
Engine Size: 250
Drive Type: Chain
Start Type: Kick Start


Restored 1970 Yamaha DT1-C Motorcycle.

This DT1 was completely restored by its owner.

The bike was disassembled down to frame and all of the parts were cleaned, restored, re-plated or replaced with NOS or correct reproduction parts.

The frame and other black parts were media blasted and powder coated.

The fenders, chain guard and tail light bracket were powder coated.

The gas tank, headlight bucket and ears were show quality painted.

Quality reproduction emblems were fitted.

The front wheel was rebuilt with new spokes.

The seat was rebuilt with new foam and a cover.

All of the cables were replaced.

The speedometer was detailed and reset to zero.

The engine was cleaned and the cases polished,

The cylinder was bored and fitted with a new piston and rings.

The carburettor was boiled and rebuilt.

New engine crank seals were fitted.

Many new old stock parts were fitted including:

Fork chrome rings,
Levers,
Holders,
Tail light assembly,
Tachometer,
Main switch,
Kick stand,
Air filter screen,
Rear fender mounts,
Brake pedal,
Springs,
Brake rod,
Chain adjusters,
Axle spacer,
Engine spacers,
Seat latch parts,
Throttle housing.

A magnificent restored Yamaha DT1-C Motorcycle.

Honda CB750K2 – 1973 Restored Motorcycle

Manufacturer: Honda      Year:

Honda CB750K2 – 1973

Year: 1973
Manufacturer: Honda
Model: CB750K2
Colour: Gold
Engine Size: 743
Drive Type: Chain
Start Type: Combo


Restored 1973 Honda CB750K2 Motorcycle.

This lovely Honda was fully restored by its owner.

The engine was stripped and rebuilt.

The primary and cam chains were replaced.

New tensioners were fitted.

The piston rings were replaced.

The cylinder head was overhauled.

The carburettors were cleaned and rebuilt with new seals and float valves.

The front brake was overhauled with a new piston and seals.

The master cylinder was rebuilt with new seals.

New DID wheel rims were fitted with new spokes and new tyres.

The paintwork was finished in Candy Gold.

A new old stock front mudguard was fitted.

Everything else was either re-chromed or re-plated.

The gauges were overhauled with new faces and glass.

A new seat fitted was fitted.

A lovely restored Honda CB750K2 Motorcycle.