Sunbeam Model 9C – 1933 Restored Motorcycle

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Sunbeam Model 9C – 1933

Year: 1933
Engine Size: 600
Manufacturer: Sunbeam
Gears: Four-speed manual
Model: Model 9C
Start Type: Kick start
Drive Type: Chain
Colour: Black
Date of 1st Registration: 01/01/1935

Restored Sunbeam Model 9C parallel port OHV single.

Sunbeam was a British manufacturing marque that produced bicycles and motorcycles from 1912 to 1956. Originally independent, it was owned by BSA from 1943. Sunbeam is perhaps most famous for its S7 model, a balloon-tyred shaft-drive motorcycle with an overhead valve in-line twin engine. The 9C was the much rarer 600cc version.

New chains (primary, final and magento) and final drive sprockets redone,

The Magdyno was totally overhauled,

New cables throughout,

New chrome to exhausts,

The original carburettor was sleeved and restored,

The frame was stripped and re painted,

The engine was re built with many new parts,

A lovely old classic still being used and enjoyed.

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