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1961 Immaculate AJS 7R Race Ready For Sale

We are offering for sale a true Immaculate work of art, But unlike many museum pieces which may be unreliable or need costly updating, our 7R is race or parade ready. A result of the interest in classic racing is the availability of parts from specialist manufacturers enabling the creation of new, classic era machines, built using parts that benefit from the latest production techniques that offer greater performance than the originals from which they are derived. Our 7R is one such machine, and has real road racing pedigree, built specially for the Manx Grand Prix where it was raced and by Paul Dobbs in 2005 and 2006 lapping the mountain circuit at over 93 mph. It was also raced it in the Southern 100. Using the best components available the short stroke engine was supplied by Fred Walmsley and is fitted with a Gardiner carburettor and a PAL magneto. Drive is via a six speed Summerfield gearbox with magnesium cases. A Beale frame is employed fitted with Maxton suspension front and rear with braking being provided by a disc at the front and drum rear. A Krober tachometer and a specially made race fairing are fitted as are lightweight alloy wheel rims. The traditional black and gold paintwork on the Alloy Fuel and Oil Tanks have been recently applied and the transmission has recently been checked by Summerfield. The engine has just been rebuilt and can be seen running and heard! Any questions/ inspection invited prior to auction end. Sensible, not insulting offers will be considered and as we are genuine collectors part exchange may be of interest. Before the current crisis the bike has been listed with some interest in classic racer at £27,000. viewing by arrangement. Delivery options are available. Thank you for looking
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