This unique outfit has a VOC authenticated white shadow engine, one of only 17 built, and a history set out by VOC. It is very nicely restored and had a full engine rebuild by the owner before last with a listing of parts renewed. Largely stainless fasteners replace originals, with very good chrome .....
NorVin 1140 - Cafe' Racer ICON!
Vincent Engine Number: F10AB/2/10728 (Vincent Rapide D from 1955)
Norton frame number: 56228 (wideline frame from 1954)
It has the original Rapide D engine from 1955. This engine was completely rebuild with new parts from Maughan & Sons, England and rebored to .....
Year: 1955 VINCENT BLACK SHADOW 1955 MODEL D
*One of only 144 made*
998cc Engine size.
none matching numbers
Frame correct for a 1955 black shadow
less than 250 miles since rebuild lead-free fuel conversion
Current V5C registration documents with .....
Vincent Comet 1952, non matching numbers, nice bike rides and starts fine,
petrol tank has been treated. Dave Hills centre stand fitted, A good usable machine, decent chrome, ride away, very realistic price.
HRD Vincent 1000 Rapide "EBX625" ex-RON VANE
amazing conditions, a lot of updgrades.
Just 1 owner after Ron Vane, still on V5C.
For history check: http://www.voc.uk.com/net/docs/19.1/19-336-12.pdf
Bike is currently in Italy, .....
The frame and swinging arm (nickel plated) was built by Cyril Malem (CTG). the Borrani rims are wired with stainless Steel spokes on Dunlop K81 tyres. The front fork is a Ceriani GP. Brakes Fontana front brake 4LS (magnesium). Alloy control levers. Vincent Rear hub (alloy). 5” Vincent Black Shadow .....
ALL MATCHING NUMBERS
ORIGINAL AND TRANSFERABLE REGISTRATION NUMBER
BUFF LOG BOOK AND V5C
DISPATCHED TO JACK SURTEES MOTORCYCLES 15/06/1950
VINCENT OWNERS CLUB FACTORY RECORD SHEET AND CERIFICATE OF AUTHENTICITY
OLDER RESTORATION AND ONLY 1274 SINCE
VERY ORIGINAL BIKE
1971 Egli Vincent 1000
We are absolutely delighted to be able to offer this superb Egli vincent
This is an extremely special bike as its a swiss frame that was imported by Slaters and then actually assembled by Roger slater himself (Letter from Fritz himself to confirm)
The bike was owned .....