Seller's phone number is protected behind a forwarding service
This beautiful piece of engineering is in virtually mint condition. The bike was first registered June 1952 and has only had 4 owners from new prior to me. I bought the bike 10 years ago and have only done 10 miles onit because I find it too small for me., so I have reluctantly decided to sell it. The bike was restored by the third owner in 2001, this included an engine rebuild / overhaul, new Amal concentric carbs, new wheel rims with new stainless spokes and new tyres and other refurbishment work. The bike has only covered 82 miles since. Excellent paintwork, beautiful chrome and lovely polished alloy. The bike starts easily and runs and rides as it should. The bike has the added bonus of a hand operated centre stand for ease of lifting. Everything on the bike works as it should and you would have trouble finding a nicer one. I have a case full of receipts and paperwork with the bike including the original Vincent riders handbook and maintenance and repair manuals. Happy to arrange shipping at cost, Please check out the photos, Paintwork unmarked, saddle as new , lovely pinstriping in rims etc etc
This immaculate series B Rapide was subject to a complete rebuild by a marque specialist in 2015 and UK road registered. Built in 1949 and bearing the HRD logos it was one of the last batch of bikes.....
1952 Vincent Rapide Racer having many original Lightning parts restored by premier Vincent builder Harris Vincent Gallery. Restoration photos available. Originally built 1954 by Engineering Student.....
1950 Comet fully restored 1993-94 all receipts present. My ownership last 15 years in which it has been maintained to a high standard and kept in heated storage. Arnot rims with stainless spokes stainless.....