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Picture of 1954 Velocette LE

H&H Classics - National Motorcycle Museum, 19th December 2020 No Reserve Registration No: 349 UYX Frame No: 18271 Engine No: 200/19734 CC: 200 MOT: Exempt Possibly older restoration In running order UK registered on current V5C Showing 3600 miles May require some recommissioning before road use For ...

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Picture of 1953 Velocette Mac

H&H Classics - National Motorcycle Museum, 19th December 2020 Estimate £4,500 - £5,500 Registration No: KYK866 Frame No: RS1624 Engine No: 20547 CC: 350cc MOT: Exempt Self-evident professional restoration with a documented schedule of works, including sensible ‘upgrades.’ Reluctant sale only due ...

West Midlands
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Picture of 1958 Velocette 499cc Venom

Engine development pursued as part of Velocette's scrambles programme bore fruit in 1956 in the shape of the high-performance Venom and its 350cc sibling, the Viper. The MSS frame and forks were retained for the newcomers while full-width alloy hubs were adopted to boost braking power, and smart chromed mudguards fitted ...

Oxfordshire
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Picture of 1961 Velocette 499cc Venom Clubman Project

In 1960 Velocette introduced Clubman versions of the Venom and Viper, which featured a raised compression ratio, Amal TT carburettor, racing magneto, rear-set footrests, and a close-ratio gearbox among many other improvements. Produced until the end of Velocette production in 1971, the Venom in its various guises represents ...

Oxfordshire
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Picture of 1958 Velocette 350cc Viper

"One's outstanding impression is of the exceptional flexibility and smoothness of the engine it seems almost incredible that so much docile punch should be the product of no more than one cylinder and an 8.5:1 compression ratio," enthused Motor Cycling about its test Viper, summarising characteristics that will be familiar ...

Oxfordshire
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Picture of 1937 Velocette 495cc MSS

The third of Velocette's overhead-valve, high-camshaft, single-cylinder designs, the 495cc MSS was announced in 1935. The first of these new models had been the 250cc MOV of 1933, which was joined for 1934 by a long-stroke '350': the MAC. In creating the MSS, Veloce kept to the basic design, combining the MAC's 96mm stroke ...

Oxfordshire
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Picture of 1937 Velocette 348cc KSS MkII Project

Velocettes Percy Goodman-designed Model K first appeared in 1924. Of 348cc, the new engine employed a single overhead camshaft driven by vertical shaft, and was unusual in having a very narrow crankcase (an arrangement determined by the existing transmission and frame design) which made for a stiff crankshaft assembly. ...

Oxfordshire
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Picture of 1931 Velocette 348cc GTPKTT Racing Motorcycle

The Velocette name was rolled out for the first time in 1913, after earlier models had carried the 'Veloce' title. Velocette's first TT victory would not be until the junior race of 1926 with Alec Bennett aboard the firm's radical overhead-camshaft four-stroke Model K, which had joined the range in 1925. Having been firmly ...

Oxfordshire
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Picture of 1937 Velocette 348cc -Type KTT Works Replica Racing Motorcycle

Re-creation of a 'works' KTT racer Mark VIII KTT engine internals Ideal for parades, sprinting, and racing Various incarnations of Velocette's KTT followed the model's introduction in 1928, and were later ascribed ascending 'Mark' numbers as they were changed and developed. Alongside these were the inevitable factory, ...

Oxfordshire
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Picture of 1964 Velocette 192cc LE MkIII

Launched in 1948, as the 'motorcycle for everyman', the Velocette LE addressed the criticisms most often levelled at motorcycles: that they were noisy, dirty and needed special clothing to ride; achieving impressive levels of silence, comfort, and practicality. This LE is an example of the MkIII which was introduced for ...

Oxfordshire
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Picture of 1958 Velocette 350cc Viper

Ones outstanding impression is of the exceptional flexibility and smoothness of the engine it seems almost incredible that so much docile punch should be the product of no more than one cylinder and an 8.5:1 compression ratio, enthused Motor Cycling about its test Viper, summarising characteristics that will be familiar ...

Oxfordshire
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Picture of 1961 Velocette 499cc Venom

Engine development pursued as part of Velocette's scrambles programme bore fruit in 1956 in the shape of the high-performance Venom and its 350cc sibling, the Viper. The MSS frame and forks were retained for the newcomers but full-width alloy hubs were adopted to boost braking power and smart chromed mudguards fitted to ...

Oxfordshire
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Picture of 1965 Velocette Vogue

H&H Classics - National Motorcycle Museum, 19th December 2020 No Reserve Registration No: EVK 226C Frame No: 275/37 Engine No: 6156/3 CC: 192 MOT: Exempt Part of the National Motorcycle Museum Duplicate Collection Unrestored and original Complete with missing panel (not shown) History file with old ...

West Midlands
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Picture of 1959 Velocette Venom 499cc

H&H Classics - National Motorcycle Museum, 19th December 2020 Estimate £7,000 - £9,000 Registration No: TVY 221 Frame No: RS/13226 Engine No: VM3475 CC: 499 MOT: Exempt Correct numbers bike Original registration number First registered in York, 4 previous owners since Mostly original and unrestored Benefits ...

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