BSA A65 Lightning Rocket – 1965 Restored Motorcycle

Manufacturer: BSA      Year:

BSA A65 Lightning Rocket – 1965

Year:  1965
Drive Type:  Chain
Manufacturer:  BSA
Model:  A65
Type:  650cc Lightning Rocket
Colour:  Gold g
Date of 1st Registration:  16/03/1965
Engine Size:  650
Gears:  Four-speed manual
Start Type:  Kick start


Restored 1965 British Specification 650cc A65 Lightning Rocket.

Purchased in 2010 as a rolling chassis with rebuilt bottom end (crank reground,new bearings right through,re-bored, new pistons and rings etc).

A new silencer was made and a new Siamese exhaust system was fitted.

The correct deep headlight, correct top yokes were used.

The engine and gear box ( It is the correct close ratio box as fitted to the Clubman and the A65DC) were completed including fitting a spin on in-line oil filtration system.

Pazon Electronic Ignition System + dual output Boyer Branson Ignition coil.

New chains all round.

The petrol tank was Ethanol proofed with ‘Casewell System’ gel.

All lights,electrics, suspension were refurbished and re fitted.

The front brake is the 1/2 width A65 Gold Star type.

The owner has fitted a pair of Amal 930 Mk1 Concentric’s in place of the 389/689 Monobloc’s as they are so much easier to set up and get to the ‘tickler’. .

The clocks were serviced, the bike totally repainted, rims are original Dunlop and in good order, frame was coated, original chrome was re-chromed.

A great looking British BSA.

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Kawasaki KH400 – 1976 Restored Motorcycle

Manufacturer: Kawasaki      Year:

Kawasaki KH400 – 1976

Manufacturer:  Kawasaki
Model:  KH400
Year:  1976
Colour:  Green
Date of 1st Registration:  25/10/1976
Metallic Paint:  Yes
Mileage:  34,980
Engine Size:  400
Drive Type:  Chain
1976 Kawasaki KH 400 Triple fully restored and is stunning in every way.


Fully rebuilt engine with polished side casings.

Full professional respray in original colour with new factory decals.

It has allspeed exhausts fitted, they sound amazing.

All chrome is in excellent condition including mirrors.

The gearbox has also been refurbished.

New clutch.

The frame has been powder coated in original black and again in excellent condition.

The wheels tyres chain and sprockets are all in excellent condition.

Finished to high standard this Kawasaki KH400 is now as good as it was when new.

A real treat to see back on the road.

LE Velocette – 1969 Restored Motorcycle

Manufacturer: Velocette      Year:

LE Velocette – 1969

Year:  1969
Gears:  Four-speed manual
Manufacturer:  Velocette
Start Type:  Kick start
Model:  192cc LE
Drive Type:  Shaft
Colour:  Grey
Date of 1st Registration:  02/07/1969
Engine Size:  192


The Velocette LE was a motorcycle made by Velocette from 1948 to 1970. The designation LE stood for “little engine”.
Used by over fifty British Police forces, the police riders became known as Noddies because they were required to nod to senior officers, and the LE was nicknamed the Noddy Bike

Purchased in 2010 the owner spent two years re building and restoring this 1969 LE Velocette.

The engine had a re-bore, skimmed cylinder heads

Reconditioned carburettor.

Masses Of Stainless Steel bolts and other Velocette LE Club fittings.

New Seat.

All new Water Hoses and Stainless Steel Clips.

Re vamped Lucas 12 Volt Electrics with Twin Coils.

New Headlamp Unit.

Complete new exhaust system with chrome down pipes.

Claimed to be an ex Metropolitan Police Royal Escort Duty bike, its great to see it back together and looking so good.

Honda CB750K2 – 1972 Restored Motorcycle

Manufacturer: Honda      Year:

Honda CB750K2 – 1972

Year: 1972
Make: Honda
Colour: Red
Model:  K2
Drive Type:  Chain
Mileage:  68,243
Start Type:  Combo
Drive Type:  Chain


Restored Honda 750cc K2 in Red & Gold

Full restoration and professionally repainted

Frame repainted

New Honda seat

New Electronic Ignition

Rear mudguard, Front mudguard

Petrol tank filler cap

Rear shock absorbers

New gearbox sprocket

New indicators

New handlebars

New battery

New filters all round oil and air

Wheels rebuilt including rims and spokes. Hubs cleaned, resprayed and coated to original Honda colour

Majority of new cables for brakes and clutch

Engine Work –

Engine cleaned and repainted with twopac paint to original Honda colour

Camshaft and followers renewed

New Piston Rings

New Cam Chain Set

New Primary Chain including pulleys etc.

New seals, gaskets and bearings all round

Oil Pressure Switch

New Radial Bearing

New Plug Caps

A very thorough restoration of this lovely old Honda.

AJS 350 SB6 – 1930 Restored Motorcycle

Manufacturer: AJS      Year:

AJS 350 SB6 – 1930

Year:  1930
Engine Size:  350
Manufacturer:  AJS
Gears:  Three-speed manual
Model:  350 sb6 ohv
Colour:  Black
Date of 1st Registration:  03/07/1930


AJS was the name used for cars and motorcycles made by the Wolverhampton, England, company A. J. Stevens & Co. Ltd, from 1909 to 1931.
After the firm was sold, the name continued to be used by Matchless, Associated Motorcycles and Norton-Villiers on four-stroke motorcycles until 1969

Here is a restored 1930 AJS 350 bigport SB6 – lightweight saddle tank model.

The Engine has been fully rebuilt, this includes –

New crank pin and bearings.

New crank shaft bearings.

New piston, rings and rebore.

New valve guides made and new valves.

It is fitted with a maglita mag dyno which was reconditioned in 2002.

A new hand made wiring loom.

Original hand pump and leather tool box, the brake , clutch and hand levers are correct.

The Engine oil pump is mechanical with adjustable flow rate.

A very rare motorcycle restored to a high standard.