Dedicated to the Preservation of Classic British Motorcycles
Restorations ● Financing ● Service ● Parts ● Paint ● Machine Shop
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... by the way, does anybody know how to put these bikes together?
RESTORATION PHOTOS (coming soon)
The assembly process begins with the frame and swing-arm. New swing-arm bushings are installed and reamed to size, then new rear shocks, frame hoop, braces, front forks with all new bushings and seals, gaiters, bearings, etc. The rims are laced onto newly restored hubs with polished stainless steel spokes & nipples. Note: the hand selected rims are typically re-chromed factory English (when available) otherwise new English replacement rims are supplied. The tires are pre-selected to meet the requirements of the customer.
The paint service begins with clean sheet metal parts; gas tank, fenders, headlight mounts, oil tank, and tool box cover. All of these parts are stripped and straightened before primed and painted. Note: Factory finishes; paint color and paint schemes are adhered to unless the customer selects an alternate. The engine (your choice of stage I, II, or III) is installed along with all of the other components and finally inspected and road tested.
Owners manual, tools, 2-sets of keys and the factory certificate of authenticity is supplied to the customer upon completion of all restorations.
These motorcycles are re-produced to near perfection down to that red fiber grease zerk washer we previously mentioned. A real head turner whether your riding these jewels for your personal enjoyment, or putting them into a collectors museum.
We always have a wide selection of Triumph core motorcycles for you to choose from including unit construction twin 500s, 650s, & 750s. Check with us if you're looking for a particular year, make and model.
Triumph, BSA, Norton 500, 650, 750, 850 Twins