Triumph Bonneville T140V – 1978 Restored Motorcycle

Manufacturer: Triumph      Year:

Triumph Bonneville T140V – 1978

Year: 1978
Manufacturer: Triumph
Model: Bonneville T140v
Engine Size: 744
Colour: Candy Blood Red/Black
Gears: Five-speed manual
Drive Type: Chain
Start Type: Kick start

Restored 1978 Triumph Bonneville T140V Motorcycle.

This Triumph has had a full restoration.


All of the alloy was cleaned.
The barrels were repainted.
New main bearings and big end shells were used.
The crank was balanced.
The bores were honed.
New piston rings were fitted.
A Morgo rotary oil pump  was used.
Belt primary drive fitted.
Electronic ignition.
New Amal carburettors.
All fittings were replaced with stainless steel.

Frame and Wheels:

The frame was repainted gloss black.
Paper oil filter kit was fitted.
New steering head, swingarm and wheel bearings.
Both wheels were rebuilt with polished hubs and stainless spokes.
Skimmed and drilled discs.
New shocks.
All frame fittings used were stainless.

Everything else:

New unbalanced downpipes.
650 style silencers.
New wiring loom.
All electrical items.
Lucas indicators.

A beautiful restored Triumph Bonneville Motorcycle.

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BSA Golden Flash – 1959 Restored Motorcycle

Manufacturer: BSA      Year:

BSA Golden Flash – 1959

Year: 1959
Manufacturer: BSA
Model: A10
Engine Size: 650
Colour: Beige
Gears: Four-speed manual
Start Type: Kick start
Drive Type: Chain

Restored 1959 BSA A10 Golden Flash Motorcycle.

This BSA was recently restored.

The frame was enamelled in the original black.

The petrol tank, mudguards and side panels were sprayed to match the original colour.

The engine was stripped and rebuilt.

The forks and the headlamp were finished in quality black enamel.

The front and rear wheels were rebuilt with new stainless spokes and nipples.

The exhaust was replaced with a new item.

The seat was rebuilt with a new cover.

A really nice restored BSA Golden Flash Motorcycle.

BSA Royal Star – 1970 Restored Motorcycle

Manufacturer: BSA      Year:

BSA Royal Star – 1970

Year: 1970
Make: BSA
Model: Royal Star
Colour: Blue
Engine Size: 500
Drive Type: Chain
Start Type: Kick Start

Restored 1970 BSA Royal Star Motorcycle.

This BSA has been restored from the frame up.

The frame was stripped and painted in the original black.

All of the chrome work was re-chromed.

The petrol tank and side panels were professionally sprayed in a period blue.

The engine was stripped and rebuilt using new parts and gaskets.

All of the rubber items including the footrests were replaced.

The seat was recovered and finished with new chrome trim.

New exhausts were fitted.

A great restored BSA Royal Star Motorcycle.

Ariel Square Four – 1957 Restored Motorcycle

Manufacturer: Ariel      Year:

Ariel Square Four – 1957

Year: 1957
Colour: Red
Make: Ariel
Engine Size: 1000
Model: Square Four
Drive Type: Chain
Start Type: Kick Start

Restored 1957 Ariel Square Four Motorcycle.

This Ariel has been completely restored from the frame up.

The frame was stripped and painted.

The engine was stripped, inspected and rebuilt using new parts and gaskets.

A new exhaust was sourced and fitted.

All of the chrome items were re-chromed to a very high standard.

The engine cases were polished.

The fuel tank and mudguards were professionally sprayed in a period colour.

The wheels were rebuilt with polished hubs and new spokes.

A rare Ariel restored to a very high standard.

Harley Davidson JD74 – 1922 Restored Motorcycle

Manufacturer: Harley Davidson      Year:

Harley Davidson JD74 – 1922

Year: 1922
Engine Size :1,200
Make: Harley-Davidson
Colour: Brewster Green
Start Type: Kick
Drive Type: Chain

Restored 1922 Harley-Davidson JD74 Motorcycle.

This 1922 Harley-Davidson JD Motorcycle was rebuilt, bolt-by-bolt, using all original parts.

74-cubic inch V-twin engine
Correct colors and original equipment for a 1922 model

Finished in its original Brewster green, with spectacular and correct pin-striping on its double fuel tanks and oil tank, the bike was rebuilt literally bolt by bolt. The saddle, optional front and rear lights, and rubber footboards are original, and the bike has a rear luggage rack and stand. The crankcase and two-into-one exhaust have been correctly finished.

The bike has had new nickel plating throughout; the rims are painted, with stainless steel spokes, and both chains are new, as is the rear brake and the Coker tires and tubes.
The sides of the fenders were dented, and as a result, they were precisely reconstructed.

The JD’s lighting and ignition consisted of a six-volt generator/ignition unit storage battery, headlight, tail light, and motor driven oil pressure light. The ignition system involved a circuit breaker, distributor, and high-tension coil, located behind the engine, away from rain.

This superb Harley-Davidson looks like a new 1922 motorcycle!