Vincent Big Bore Comet
Comet bored and stroked to 600cc
Engine built by Bob Dun
Bob Newby clutch and belt drive
Grey Flash forks, seat, pushrod covers and brakes
Quaif gearbox housing and close ratio cluster
Pazon electronic ignition
Big bore exhaust
Vincent Comet 1952, Non matching numbers, nice bike rides and starts fine, petrol tank has been treated. Dave Hills centre stand fitted, New seat fitted, Magneto overalled 12 months ago, some paperwork from 1956. A good usable machine, decent chrome, ride away, very realistic price. Ride away!
*** Please note: The vehicles included in this auction are not available to purchase from Brightwells before the sale.***
Estimate £15,000 - £17,000
This car will be sold at the Brightwells Classic Car & Bike Auction in Leominster commencing at 11am on Thursday 28th November 2019 along with .....
The frame and swinging arm (nickel plated) was built by Cyril Malem (CTG). the Borrani rims are wired with stainless Steel spokes on Dunlop K81 tyres. The front fork is a Ceriani GP. Brakes Fontana front brake 4LS (magnesium). Alloy control levers. Vincent Rear hub (alloy). 5” Vincent Black Shadow .....
1951 Vincent 500 cc Comet Series C
Frame no. RC/*/*616
Engine no. F*AB/2A/**16
Registration no. 15* U*D
• Matching main/rear frame and engine numbers
• Accompanying Vincent Certificate of Authenticity
• Completely unrestored original correct condition
• Just 6 confirmed .....
Vincent Club records record this Comet was built in May 1951 and dispatched from the factory on the 29th May, we understand that it was registered on the Isle of Mann as NMN623 prior to coming to mainland Britain.
It was subject to a comprehensive restoration by Vincent specialist JMC classics before .....
1949 Vincent HRD Comet series C, matching numbers,original registration number,VOC dating certificate,condition is "oilly rag", the bike was manufactured in 1949 and sent by passenger train to Kings of Oxford, this is an unusual bike due to the HRD cases - which are correct.
Work undertaken to recommission .....