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2019 CCM Spitfire Flat Tracker For Sale

318 miles from new Henry Cole’s personal bike Limited production run of just 250 Billet Pack MODEL HISTORY The CCM Spitfire range has been a hugely popular and successful retro range for the Bolton based company. Retaining the iconic trellis frame and Husqvarna 600cc twin port single they have tweaked their design to encapsulated the essence of scramblers, café racers and in this case the flat tracker. Neatly marked up with the number 71, as a nod the year 1971 when the legendary film ‘On Any Sunday’ was launched and oval racing was at its peak, the bike carries the look perfectly. The wide bars and ‘tracker’ seat give the low line look of the bikes that Mert Lawwill, Dave Aldana and Dick Mann were running in the period. These awesome little bikes were made as a limited edition of just 250 and sold out almost immediately. Finish with a silver / grey tank, the bike has a beautifully crafter two tone carbon fibre race seat, wide bars, stacked LED front lights, black 19” machined alloy wheels, Brembo brakes and stunning dual exhaust. The Husqvarna 600cc single has a compression ratio of 12:1, kicking out a healthy 55bhp and 58 Nm or torque so this bike flies aided by the 6-speed gearbox. THIS MOTORCYCLE This CCM Spitfire is a like new example of this wonderful, limited edition model being number 139 of the 250 made. Bike collector and TV presenter Henry Cole bought it new in January 2019 and he had it nicely uprated with the ‘Billet Pack’ that includes the billeted adjustable brake and clutch levers and the billeted rear brake and gear change lever. It has its leather book pack with the owner’s manual, spare key and suspension literature, battery conditioner and the standard levers and pedals. Available for sale and immediate inspection at The Classic Motor Hub.

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