Triumph 3HW – 1944 Restored Motorcycle

Manufacturer: Triumph      Year:

Triumph 3HW – 1944

Year: 1944
Manufacturer: Triumph
Model: 3HW
Colour: Silver
Engine Size: 350
Drive Type: Chain
Start Type: Kick Start

Restored 1944 Triumph 3HW Motorcycle.

This lovely old Triumph was stripped and fully restored by its owner.

Everything was restored or replaced with n.o.s parts.

The engine was stripped and rebuilt with new bearings.

The gearbox was checked and reassembled with new bearings.

New wheel rims were laced with new spokes.

New period tyres were fitted.

The brake shoes were replaced.

A new seat was fitted.

The handlebars were replaced with new items.

New control levers were used.

All of the control cables were replaced.

A complete new wiring harness was installed.

A really lovely restored Triumph 3HW Motorcycle.

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Triumph Bonneville T120R – 1969 Restored Motorcycle

Manufacturer: Triumph      Year:

Triumph Bonneville T120R – 1969

Year: 1969
Manufacturer: Triumph
Model: Bonneville T120R
Colour: Red
Engine Size: 650
Drive Type: Chain
Start Type: Kick Start

Restored 1969 Triumph Bonneville T120R Motorcycle.

This Triumph was fully restored by its owner.

The engine was completely overhauled.

The frame and black parts were powder coated.

The tank and fenders were professionally painted in the original Olympic Flame and Silver Sheen pattern.

The Ignition system was rebuilt with points and condensers.

New rear shock absorbers were fitted.

New swing arm bearings were installed.

The front forks were rebuilt with new bushings and gaiters.

New exhaust pipes were fitted.

The original wheel rims were laced with Buchanan stainless steel spokes.

New fuel valves were used.

All of the hoses were replaced.

A new correct seat cover was fitted.

A new wiring harness was fitted.

The original Amal concentric carburettors were rebuilt.

New steering bearings were installed in the frame.

All of the rubber items were replaced.

New cables were used.

A lovely restored Triumph Bonneville T120R Motorcycle.

Suzuki GT250X7 – 1979 Restored Motorcycle

Manufacturer: Suzuki      Year:

Suzuki GT250X7 – 1979

Year: 1979
Manufacturer: Suzuki
Model: GT250X7
Colour: White
Engine Size: 249
Drive Type: Chain
Start Type: Kick Start

Restored 1979 Suzuki GT250 X7 Motorcycle.

Suzuki claimed that this was the first 100mph 250cc production motorcycle when they were released.

This Suzuki was fully restored by its owner using only genuine nos Suzuki parts.

The frame, stands, seat base, brackets and battery tray were powder coated.

The wheels were refurbished and new tubes and tyres were fitted.

A new high quality seat cover was fitted.

The forks were re-chromed and refurbished with new seals.

The brakes were rebuilt with new seals and pads.

A high quality respray was completed new quality decals.

The engine was stripped, checked and rebuilt.

The crankshaft was rebuilt with new seals.

New piston rings were fitted.

The carbs were stripped, cleaned and rebuilt using genuine service kits.

A new genuine front mudguard was sourced.

The footrest rubbers were replaced.

A great restored Suzuki GT250 X7 Motorcycle.

Honda CB77 Superhawk – 1966 Restored Motorcycle

Manufacturer: Honda      Year:

Honda CB77 Superhawk – 1966

Year: 1966
Manufacturer: Honda
Model: CB77 Superhawk
Colour: Red
Engine Size: 305
Drive Type: Chain
Start Type: Combo

Restored 1966 Honda CB77 Superhawk Motorcycle.

This Honda was fully restored by its owner in the USA.

The bike was taken down to bare metal by sandblasting then painted and sealed.

The red and silver were matched to NOS parts.

The engine was fitted with new Wiseco forged pistons and rings.

The cylinders were professionally bored to 1mm oversize.

The cylinders were cross hatch honed with a fine pattern.

The intake and exhaust valves were ground.

Every engine piece was disassembled, ultrasonically cleaned and checked.

Brand new o-rings and seals were used throughout.

The charging stator was re-worked and the windings re-sealed in fibreglass cloth with resin.

All of the outside cases were polished to a mirror shine.

The starter was disassembled and cleaned.

The carburettors were completely disassembled and cleaned.

The wheels hubs were polished.

The control cables were replaced.

A really nice restored 1966 Honda CB77 Motorcycle.

Honda C70 – 1980 Restored Motorcycle

Manufacturer: Honda      Year:

Honda C70 – 1980

Model: C70
Colour: Blue
Engine Size: 70
Drive Type: Chain
Start Type: Kick Start

Restored 1980 Honda C70 Motorcycle.

This little Honda was completely restored by its owner.

The wheels were disassembled.

The original spokes were polished.

The inner hubs were painted and the outer hubs polished.

New front shocks were fitted.

All of the bolts were cleaned and polished.

The frame and bodywork was completely dismantled, painted and reassembled.

Many new parts were fitted including:

The mirrors,
Front basket,
Front fender,
Side covers,
Points, condenser and plug,
Seat cover,
Leg shield,
The exhaust.

The engine was cleaned and painted.

The rear shocks were disassembled, cleaned, polished and reassembled.

The carburettor and the petcock were rebuilt.

The steering bearings were repacked.

The front and rear brake plates were polished.

The brakes were disassembled, cleaned, lubricated and reassembled

The front badge was repainted.

A great little Honda C70 restored and back on the road.