BSA Bantam D14 – 1968 Restored Motorcycle

Manufacturer: BSA      Year:

BSA Bantam D14 – 1968


Year: 1968
Manufacturer: BSA
Model: Bantam D14
Colour: Black
Engine Size: 175
Drive Type: Chain
Start Type: Kick Start

Restored 1968 BSA Bantam B14 Motorcycle.

This BSA was completely disassembled and restored.

The engine was rebuilt with new gaskets and seals.

The wheel rims were replaced with new items.

The wheels were assembled with new spokes.

A new seat was sourced and fitted.

All of the electrical items were checked and replaced as necessary.

The chain guard was professionally re-chromed.

All of the paintwork was professionally refinished.

The front and rear suspension was rebuilt.

The brakes were overhauled.

A very nice restored BSA Bantam Motorcycle.

Suzuki X7 – 1982 Restored Motorcycle

Manufacturer: Suzuki      Year:

Suzuki X7 – 1982


Year: 1982
Manufacturer: Suzuki
Model: GT250 X7
Colour: Red
Engine Size: 247
Drive Type: Chain
Start Type: Kick Start

Restored 1982 Suzuki GT250 X7 Motorcycle.

Advertised at the time as the first 250cc road motorcycle capable of 100MPH!

Scary when you could ride one at the age of 17 with no training or experience.

This Suzuki has been stripped and fully restored.

The engine was disassembled and the crankshaft was rebuilt.

New pistons and rings were fitted.

A complete new old stock exhaust system was used.

The seat cover was replaced with a genuine Suzuki item.

Other new old stock parts used include:

Handlebars,
speedo,
Rev-counter,
Front wheel,
Fork stanchions,
Rear shocks.

A really great restored Suzuki X7 Motorcycle.

Honda CB750 – 1974 Restored Motorcycle

Manufacturer: Honda      Year:

Honda CB750 – 1974


Year: 1974
Manufacturer: Honda
Model: CB750
Colour: Green
Engine Size: 750
Drive Type: Chain
Start Type: Combo

Restored 1974 Honda CB750

The engine was removed and the top end was rebuilt with new pistons and piston rings.

The cylinders were honed.

The valves were re-lapped and the valve stem seals were replaced.

The engine was repainted, all the engine covers were polished and clear coated to prevent future oxidation.

The hardware was zinc coated.

All of the the sheet metal was re-chromed.

The front fork lowers were polished.

The wheels were re-chromed and the spokes were replaced with stainless steel items.

All of the cables were replaced.

The carburettors were completely taken apart and rebuilt with new seals and jets.

A brand new old stock petrol tank was found and fitted together with a rare new old stock exhaust system.

A beautiful restored Honda CB750 Motorcycle.

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