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Bike of the Week: The Ultimate Norton Commando 750 Cafe Racer Oil in Frame Dunlop Rims Track

October 9, 2017

£7999

Fresh into stock, this superb Norton Commando 750 Cafe Racer. This machine was built in 2002 by a specialist with a near ultimate spec with an combination new parts and genuine period ones:

* Featherbed-type frame.
* No oil tank – oil is carried in the frame
* Handmade Aluminium fuel tank
* Genuine Dunlop alloy rims
* Electronic ignition
* John Tickle twin-leading front brake
* Hagon rear shocks
*750 Commando engine

This is a superb machine, it start first kick (thanks, electronic ignition), runs and rides beautifully. It is reasonably loud and sounds superb. If you want an authentic cafe racer, then look no further, 12 months MOT will be up on the bike at point of sale.

Frequently asked questions:

Will you do this bike cheaper for me?

Our bikes are priced firm and haggle free.

How do I buy this bike?

A £250 non-refundable deposit secures the bike. Call 01905 620127 or paypal to sales@classicbikeimports.co.uk. We take all major debit and credit cards (2.5% charge for credit cards). Ask for Will or Justin

Viewing

Viewing is welcome, but is strictly by appointment – please call.

Part-Exchange

Part-exchange is welcome. Please email sales@classicbikeimports with information, price and pictures of your bike.

Collection, Delivery & Shipping

You are very welcome to collect in person or have your bike delivered. All Bikes must be paid for within 7 days, and must be collected within 14, after 14 days all bikes carry a storage charge of £7.50+VAT.

Sale Conditions

Motorcycles without MOT are sold as seen with no warranty given or implied.

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Bike of the Week: Honda CB750 CB 750 K1 1971 Candy Ruby Red, just 23,046 miles BEST IN THE COUNTRY £14,000

March 16, 2017

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£14,000

Fresh in from the USA, a February 1971 Honda CB750 K1. Recently restored in the US, to show condition. In staggering condition, with new pipes, battery, tyres etc etc. Tons of NOS parts have been used.  Runs and rides perfectly. don’t miss this chance to own one the greatest motorcycles ever made. These don’t turn up in this condition to often.

Classic bikes wanted for cash!

Comes with 12 months MOT, 12 months RFL, and registered in your name, with your insurance certificate.

£500 deposit secures, balance in 7 days.

Frequently asked questions:

Will you do this bike cheaper for me?

Our bikes are priced firm and haggle free.

How do I buy this bike?

A £250 non-refundable deposit secures the bike. Call 01905 620127 or paypal to sales@classicbikeimports.co.uk. We take all major debit and credit cards (2.5% charge for credit cards). Ask for Will or Justin

Viewing

Viewing is welcomed, but is strictly by appointment – please call or email.

Part-Exchange

Part-exchange is welcome. Please email sales@classicbikeimports with information, price and pictures of your bike.

Collection, Delivery & Shipping

You are very welcome to collect in person or have your bike delivered. Delivery in the UK is 60p per mile both directions. European Delivery starts from £350 and we can crate+ship WORLDWIDE.

All Bikes must be paid for within 7 days, and must be collected within 14, after 14 days all bikes carry a storage charge of £7.50+VAT.

Sale Conditions

Motorcycles without MOT are sold as seen with no warranty given or implied.

 

Bike of the Week: Honda CB750 CB 750 K0 1969 Candy Blue/Green, just 11,126 miles *NOW SOLD*

February 13, 2017

£SOLD

Fresh in from the USA, a December 1969 Honda CB750 K0. Early model with wrinkle tank, rolled rear rim, and sandcast clocks and double cut front mudguard. Toolkit still under the seat and a new battery has been fitting. The bike is fitted with new battery and brand new pipes. The bike is restored with original paint, but some sympathetic detailing has been performed. Runs and rides perfectly. don’t miss this chance to own one the greatest motorcycles ever made. These don’t turn up in this condition to often.

Classic bikes wanted for cash!

Comes with 12 months MOT, 12 months RFL, and registered in your name, with your insurance certificate.

£500 deposit secures, balance in 7 days.

Frequently asked questions:

Will you do this bike cheaper for me?

Our bikes are priced firm and haggle free.

How do I buy this bike?

A £250 non-refundable deposit secures the bike. Call 01905 620127 or paypal to sales@classicbikeimports.co.uk. We take all major debit and credit cards (2.5% charge for credit cards). Ask for Will or Justin

Viewing

Viewing is welcomed, but is strictly by appointment – please call or email.

Part-Exchange

Part-exchange is welcome. Please email sales@classicbikeimports with information, price and pictures of your bike.

Collection, Delivery & Shipping

You are very welcome to collect in person or have your bike delivered. Delivery in the UK is 60p per mile both directions. European Delivery starts from £350 and we can crate+ship WORLDWIDE.

All Bikes must be paid for within 7 days, and must be collected within 14, after 14 days all bikes carry a storage charge of £7.50+VAT.

Sale Conditions

Motorcycles without MOT are sold as seen with no warranty given or implied.

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Bike of the week: Triumph Daytona T100R 1971 3 owners, time warp, un-restored £7999

January 26, 2017

Fresh into stock, a May 1971 Triumph Daytona T100R. Matching numbers EE24170T100R. Manufactured on 27th May 1971, and dispatched on the 2nd June 1971 to Triumph dealers, Moores Motors, Tottenham England. On the 22nd June 1971, a Mr Keith Viglietta, a Boeing employee and a US citizen purchased the bike for £381.05 under Triumph Personal Export scheme. This meant that if you were a US citizen, you could buy the bike over here, and ride it around a bit then Triumph would ship to the US free of charge, probably to avoid the purchase tax of the time. The bike was then crated by Moores Motorcycles and exported to Baltimore by Aer Lingus on 28th August 1971 at a cost $127.27.

The bike is totally original, unrestored and untouched, the only thing that has been changed are the silencers for the original type, and new Amal carburettors have been fitted.  All the paintwork is original Triumph, and even comes with the original owners handbook and Triumph Sales Brochure showing the exact bike in that colour scheme.

 

The bike runs and rides like it should, the mileage is genuine as verified by the hand written service history, and requires nothing. Unit truly is an exceptional, and once in a life time find. A must for any serious collector.

 

The bike comes with:

 

Original Handbook (with work and services detailed by the owner in his hand writing)

original Tool kit

Both ignition keys, both steering lock keys on the original Moores Motorcycles leather key fob!

The original and only UK tax disc from 1st July 1971

Original Triumph Motorcycles Personal Export Scheme receipt.

Original Moores Motors purchase receipt

Original insurance certificate

Aer Lingus receipt and Air Waybill

Original Washington US Title

Triumph Owners Club Certificate of authenticity

Original Triumph Brochure

Triumph parts book

Triumph workshop manual

The bike is fully UK registered, and displaying its original number plate issued in 1971 and we have the V5C

 

In 2011, Mr Keith Viglietta sold the bike to his understudy at Boeing, a Mr Thomas Matzen, who then sold it to the only UK owner on 14th May 2012, mileage showing on the US Title at the time was 16,174.

 

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Bike of the week: Yamaha RD350 F1 YPVS 1986 *NOW SOLD*

October 24, 2016

£SOLD

Fresh into stock, an absolutely stunning Yamaha RD350 F1 YPVS full-fairing model. Professionally restored some years ago to show standard. Directly from a private collection. This matching numbers bike, in absolutely outstanding condition and probably the best in the country. Bike was restored around 10 years ago and bar a tiny crack in the L/H side panel is beautiful throughout. This is a genuine UK bike. Mileage is very low at 38,786. Paint is perfect, engine is perfect and the bike benefits from a pair of brand new Bridgestone Battlax tyres. Runs and rides beautifully.

The F1 is by far the most sought-after model of RD350 range and this is the best example available. This bike has the best of everything and wants for nothing. Will be supplied with a fresh UK MOT.

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Bike of the Week: Bultaco Sherpa 350 T 1977 direct from a US museum *NOW SOLD*

March 21, 2016

£SOLD

Fresh in from the USA, an August 1977 Bultaco 350T, with matching numbers, and in staggering condition!! Directly from a private museum in the states. All of the bike were the collectors pride and joy. Unfortunately, ill health dictated that he thin down his extensive collection.  Runs beautifully. The 350 single pulls well and is a joy to ride. Engine and transmission are 100% perfect. Engine would benefit from a full carb clean, and fresh points.

The motorcycle is in not UK registered, but comes with NOVA to show all duties have been paid. All you need to add to this is an MOT, and insurance plus the £55 DVLA first registration fee. We will help you and guide you through the simple registering process, and are never more than a phone call away.

Delivery nationwide can be arranged (60p per mile both ways). Shipping worldwide can be arranged.

Shipping to Europe, France, Spain, Portugal, Germany, Italy, Netherlands is £500. Please contact us for shipping prices to other countries worldwide.

Call 01905 6210127 to secure or EMAIL

 

Bike of the Week: Honda CBX 1000 Supersport 1979 1 owner just 14,598 miles Staggering condition £NOW SOLD

March 15, 2016

£NOW SOLD

Fresh in from the USA, a one owner, July 1979 Honda CBX 1000 Supersport. Still in it’s glorious, original and almost unmarked Candy Glory Red paintwork, and still has the toolkit in place. It’s been laid up for many years after the original owner moved onto another motorcycle, and parked this up in his ‘den’. The mileage is original. The fuel tank is fairly dirty inside, so we squirted some starter fluid into the air box, and it fired first time. Everything electrical works perfectly. No smoke or rattles, and sounded glorious with all six cylinders burbling. We don’t have to tell you how these CBX have rocketed in value, and as an owner of one myself, they are worth every penny! Rare to find a Honda CBX 1000 in this standard condition, so be quick.

The motorcycle is in not UK registered, but comes with NOVA to show all duties have been paid. All you need to add to this is an MOT, and insurance plus the £55 DVLA first registration fee. We will help you and guide you through the simple registering process, and are never more than a phone call away.

Delivery nationwide can be arranged (60p per mile both ways). Shipping worldwide can be arranged.
Shipping to Europe, France, Spain, Portugal, Germany, Italy, Netherlands is £500. Please contact us for shipping prices to other countries worldwide.

A £250 deposit secures the bike, this can be made over the phone, or can be done out of office hours by paypal payment to sales@classicbikeimports.co.uk .

Please email after sending a payment so we can mark the bike as sold, please also provide a phone number.

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