Registered on the 9th March 1957, this lovely Panther has been in storage for the last three years and has just been recommisioned and gone through and is running very nicely indeed having had the carb cleaned and a new battery fitted, she is a nice easy starter going first or second kick and is riding very well.
Part of a collection from Cornwall, where she resided for many years, she is in fact a a local bike and is still bearing her dealer badge; John Avery of Oxford, a well known dealer, scrambles star and factory BSA rider in the 1950’s; he was known as ‘The Oxford Flier’. Panther motorcycles were manufactured in Cleckheaton, Yorkshire, UK from 1900 to 1967 and were known for building robust bikes, with the larger models favourites for hauling sidecars.
In excellent all-round condition she rides very well and pulls strongly for a 250 and exudes that beautiful Panther build quality and is perfect for a sunny run around the lanes or club runs.
Showing 446 miles, she comes with a V5 in my name and has only had 5 keepers in the last 63 years and is ready to give her next owner many years of good service.
A video of her running can be shared -just message me and I will send you a link.
I can send high -res images of the bike to you via We Transfer if required -please just message me.
Viewing most welcome (social distancing to be strictly adhered to) near Henley-on-Thames: RG9 5NB and I can help with courier/ or delivery if required, again observing strict social distancing practices.
A quality British motorcycle, this lovely Panther is both looking super and running very well and offering superb value at £3,295
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