1960 Velocette Venom For Sale

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  • £10,800 Offers invited
  • 1960
  • Farum
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Price £10,800 Offers invited
Ad Type For Sale
Category Motorcycles
Make Velocette
Model Venom
Year 1960
Mileage 7,101 km
Country Denmark
Town Farum
Telephone +4540532396
Status Private
Date 14-Jan-2021
Ref C1303117
Velocette Venom in Clubman trim, lots of new parts , new rims,spokes berings, magneto and dynamo restored. Engine, gearbox and clutch, paint and Chrome . New cables and harnish more than5000 GBP spend. DK papers.
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