Kawasaki H1 Mach 111 – 1969 Restored Motorcycle

Manufacturer: Kawasaki      Year:

Kawasaki H1 Mach 111 – 1969

Year: 1969
Manufacturer: Kawasaki
Model: H1 Mach 111
Engine Size: 500
Colour: White
Gears: Five-speed manual
Start Type: Kick start
Drive Type: Chain

Restored 1969 Kawasaki H1 Mach 111 Motorcycle.

The engine was taken apart, bead-blasted and reassembled including a rebuilt crank.

The transmission was rebuilt.

New cables and gauges reading zero miles.

New wheel rims, tyres and stainless steel spokes.

The original exhaust pipes, clamps and headers were boiled-clean and then re-chromed.

New grab bar and seat with gold piping.

The petrol tank was boiled, the inside coated and then painted to the correct Mid-Night White factory paint.

New logo’s and petrol cap.

Pet-cock rebuilt with new gaskets.

New handlebars, grips and controls.

The frame was repainted.

All of the metal surfaces were polished.

A great restored Kawasaki Mach 111 Motorcycle.

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BMW R/35 – 1940 Restored Motorcycle

Manufacturer: BMW      Year:

BMW R/35 – 1940

Year: 1940
Make: BMW
Model: R-35
Engine Size: 333
Colour: Black
Drive Type: Shaft
Start Type: Kick

Restored 1940 BMW R/35 Motorcycle.

This motorcycle has been restored to a very high standard.

It was stripped and rebuilt from the ground up.

The engine was completely dismantled, checked and rebuilt.

New gaskets were used.

The frame was powder coated.

The petrol tank and fenders were repainted and pin striped by hand.

The seat was recovered.

New panniers were made and fitted.

New rubbers were fitted.

All of the electrical items and the wiring was checked and replaced as necessary.

A really nice restored 1940 BMW R/35.


Velocette Venom – 1960 Restored Motorcycle

Manufacturer: Velocette      Year:

Velocette Venom – 1960

Year: 1960
Manufacturer: Velocette
Model: Venom KSS
Engine Size: 348
Colour: Black
Drive Type: Chain
Start Type: Kick

Restored 1960 Velocette Venom Motorcycle.

This motorcycle was fitted with an earlier KSS engine from 1947.

The bike was stripped and rebuilt to a very high standard.

The frame was re-painted to original specification.

The petrol tank was re -sprayed and fitted with new badges.

A new silencer was fitted.

A new seat was sourced.

The wheels were rebuilt on to the original aluminium rims.

New rubbers.

The front and rear suspension was rebuilt.

All of the chrome was re-plated.

A very nice and unusual Velocette Venom with an earlier KSS engine.

Norton Commando S – 1969 Restored Motorcycle

Manufacturer: Norton      Year:

Norton Commando S – 1969

Year: 1969
Make: Norton
Model: Commando S
Engine Size: 750
Colour: Blue
Drive Type: Chain
Start Type: Kick

Restored 1969 Norton Commando “S” Motorcycle.

This ‘S’ MODEL was disassembled and restored from the ground up.

The frame was powder coated.

New sealed neck bearings were fitted.

The hubs were rebuilt.

New wheel rims with stainless spokes.

The engine was stripped and fitted the following:

New crank bearings.

Cam bearings.

Crank seal.

The cylinders were bored to +020.

New pistons and rings.

The head was rebuilt with new valves and guides.

The Amal carbs were rebuilt.

Boyer electronic ignition was fitted.

The transmission was overhauled.

New chain guard.

New fenders front and rear.

New seat.

The gauges were rebuilt.

New Cables.

Blue metal flake paint was professionally applied.

New exhaust pipes with new mufflers and heat shields complete this excellent restored Norton Commando “S ” Motorcycle.

Moto Guzzi T3 California – 1979 Restored Motorcycle

Manufacturer: Moto Guzzi      Year:

Moto Guzzi T3 California – 1979

Year: 1979
Manufacturer: Moto Guzzi
Model: T3 California
Engine Size: 850
Colour: Black
Gears: Five-speed manual
Start Type: Electric start
Drive Type: Shaft

Restored classic 1979 Moto Guzzi T3 California.

A pre 1979 model this bike has the original early type switchgear, spoked wheels and 2C twistgrip.

The first California was designed with the direct input of the Los Angeles Police Department Traffic Division to be the department’s new V7 of choice. Original features included a left-foot gearshift, a bulletproof Lexan windshield and a sprung sidestand, along with the requisite siren, radio, extra police lights, and ability to complete a standing quarter mile in 16 seconds or less. The success of the model led to other police departments ordering their own, including the California Highway Patrol.

At its introduction, the civilian production Moto Guzzi California was part of a trio of motorcycles that included the Special, California and Ambassador. The bike features a standard seating position, footboards, heel-and-toe gearshift, and linked Brembo brakes.

Recently restored the following work was completed.

Repainted tank and side panels.
New main wiring loom.
New screen.
New panniers and brightwork.
Recovered seat.
New Lafranconi silencers.
Rebuilt forks and brake system.

This is an appreciating and usable classic, another of my personal favourites as I once owned one!