( WE CAN EASILY ARRANGE TO HAVE THIS RARE 1940 FRANCIS BARNETT 150 MODEL 41 PLOVER DELIVERED ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD )
EARLY STYLE TWO STROKE SINGLE WITH TWIN PORT EXHAUST 3 SPEED HAND GEAR CHANGE + GIRDER FORKS AND RIGID REAR END.
[email protected]@K at YouTube video under the heading of ( Francis Barnett Plover ) Video taken on 29.03.2020
Francis Barnett 150cc Plover Model 41
Registration number: JPJ 906
Year of build: 1940 but first registered from new in 1941
Date of first registration 01.06.1941
Date of first registration in the UK 01.06.1941
Make: Francis Barnett
Model: Plover 41
Body type: Motorcycle
Taxation class: HISTORIC VEHICLE
Cylinder capacity (cc) 148CC
Type of fuel: PETROL
Correct numbers motorcycle from new.
VIN/Chassis/Frame No. KC40797
Engine number, GYF11449
No. Former keepers 5
Keeper before last since 01.03.1982 until 13.03.2019 ( 37 years )
Original Buff logbook
New style V5c logbook
Both logbooks have all the same numbers.
5 old mot's dating from 1981 to 2018
Old tax disc from 1987
Last used in 2018
Last started and road tested on Sunday 29.03.2020 after a new battery fit / fresh fuel / carb clean / and a new set of points and set up.
All is good and works well, Easy starter and ticks over nicely.
Built in1940 so one of the last "pre-war" bikes made by Francis Barnett. First registered in 1941.
It is a 3 speeder with a hand gear change so a little more fun to ride than some modern bikes! Kick start and drum brakes as normal with chain primary and final drive. Simple electrics and a new battery to power the lights, everything works well.
The reg. number is transferable if this is your sort of thing : (
Older restoration but still nice ( Restored in the mid 80's )
Ready to jump on and ride away.
Part exchange welcome, Delivery can be arranged anywhere, All payments.
Please message or call the shop showroom on the above tags and ask for Frank.
THIS FRANCIS BARNETT: Is advertised on eBay UK where you will see 20 more nice pictures + a video of the actual bike from YouTube
24 Medway Parade
We are 2 miles away from the famous Ace Café Rockers bar.
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