This Bobber was built by myself.(im an engineer) Originally a 1971 OIF(oil in frame) that i bought and rode in the USA. I bought in Cape Cod in 1997 did a part restoration,and rode it stock there (Florida) until i imported it to the UK 5 years ago and rebuilt to this specification.
Fully rebuilt motor.(Some porting and lightened valve train,sludge trap up £1000+ in engine parts alone and other receipts 5k+)
Morris Mag(Tacho Drive USA Import)
Bob Newby Racing,Belt driven dry clutch.no primary case oil leaks, no sticking plates or heavy clutch lever effort. “lightened” pressure plate.
7 Metal West Beehive Tank Imported from USA.
Fuel tank cut and shut to slimline style.
Tolle Internal Throttle.
Custom Frame.(stretched and dropped LONG AND LOW FENLAND CHOPPERS)
MaundSpeed velocity stacks,inverted lever,Number plate Bracket.
Bunn Breather system, oil seal fitted, 71 breather (dry primary Belt)
Had a 1000 mile shakedown (Grosseto to Venice)
No leaks(starts first kick) ready to ride.
Any questions or more pics (engine work etc) Email
bike located in lymington Hampshire.
selling due to downsizing bike collection.(see my 3T chop).
No offers unseen.
Email to see video starting and running.
Matching numbers, with TOMCC certificate. Recently fettled to perfection and it shows: first kick starting and easy idling from a smooth powerful smoke-free engine. These are rare models of course.....
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