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Old Railway Station, Station Road, Framlingham, Suffolk
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This endearing lightweight was first registered on the 17/08/1959 in East Suffolk. This machine, in a fetching silver finish, has come to us from Norfolk. This local bike is up & running & sounds good. .....

This extremely sporting Triumph has been track raced in the past. We are please to be able to offer this bike on behalf of a colleague who has put a lot of time & effort into the refurbishment. This matching .....

Originally registered in Southampton on the 16th of July 1936 & still retaining its original registration number of OW 9694, This endearing little lieghtweight is an attractive pre war machine, ideal .....

Originally registered on the 19th of February 1954, the NH 350 was one of Ariel's best sellers. This bike is fresh from long term storage & is presented here in lovely oily rag condition. Currently waiting .....

This lovely little French lightweight project is powered by a 125cc 2 stroke (French built) Zurcher engine. This machine is very complete, making for an exciting venture for one enterprising customer. .....

This smart Ariel Leader was originally registered on the 26th of May 1961. This example is handsomely finished in black & white & has come to us from its last Norfolk owner, who had enjoyed the machine .....

First registered on the 1st of July 1937 in London & still retaining it's original transferable registration number. The last owner had this machine from 1997, only parting with it due to ill health. .....

First registered in Newcastle & still has its original registration mark, this is a wonderful low mileage machine. The last local owner accquired this Ambassador in 2014, only parting with it as he is .....

According information supplied to a previous owner by the Ratier Club in France (who are aware of the bike), the bike was delivered to the French CRS (the Compagnies républicaines de sécurité, who .....

This beautiful & unusual autocycle is of Welsh manufacture. The bike has come to us from a Coventy Bown collector, along with four other machines of the same make. He has owned this fine example since .....

First registered on the 6th of July 1953 by the Northamptonshire County Council. This is one of five Bowns that has come to us from a Coventry collector, being sold as age has been catching up with him. .....

This is an rare early Bown Villiers, these machines being made for only three years (1922 to 1924), although the Bown name did reappear & was used during the 1950's for lightweights. This particular example .....

Originally registered on the 15th of April 1938 in Middlesex this elegant old Rudge has come to us with a binder (see photograph below) full of all sorts of great information, including many photographs, .....

Originally registered in Kent on the 1st of September 1954, this smart Ariel has come to us from a local colleague, he having purchased the motorcycle in early 2018 from a gentleman in Bristol who owned .....

This incredible motorcycle has been a full year in the making, a complete ground up build by Gilbert Sills (The Cretingham Crank Company). Gilbert wanted to create a machine which incorpoated all the .....

This wonderfully elegant vintage French motorcycle was imported into the UK in 2012, & has come to us from the last Cambridgeshire owner. During his ownership he had work carried out - including rebuilt .....

The Mini Motor was one of the most successful & popular of all the clip cycle motors available in Britain after the war. The engine turns over, a lack of spark prevents us from attempting to start it. .....

This autocycle is from the very first year that Norman Cycles went into production with motorised two wheelers & is powered by the very popular Villiers Junior engine of 98cc. This authentic example has .....

This wonderful masterpiece of Danish engineering was brought over to the UK in 2011 & we are pleased to be able to offer this bike on behalf of the owner who is reducing his collection. The Nimbus was .....

This machine is a 'modern' classic, an example of a very popular budget motorcycle in its day & amoung the last to be built in East Germany under the communist government. The bike came to us from from .....

Originally registered on the 4th of November 1957, this machine is one of a number that has come to us from a collector who is thinning out his bikes. He actually purchased this Matchless from us in 2

This beautiful Excelsior was originally registered in Salford in 1962. In the last owners hands since 2014, during which time he spent a considerable amount of money on the bike, see last photograph. .....

The cyclemaster was one of the more popular cycle motor attachements of the post war period, during which time these little motors of all types had quite a following. This particular example is fitted .....

Registered initially on the 14th of April 1937 this was the largest capacity machine offered by BSA. The bike has spent over 20 years living in Leicestershire. The machine has had work carried out on .....

A lovely big single side valve from the vintage era, eligible for all VMCC class events (Banbury Run etc.) Ran nicely on road test, see report below. Comes with the latest DVLA V5C registration document, .....

A copy of the BSA factory records show that this motorcycle was dispatched on the 10th of November 1948 to Bedfordshire. This particular attractive example is an early post war tele/rigid model featuring .....

This very attractive pre war BSA has come from a local owner who has had the bike in his possession since May 1999, only parting with it due to illness. Previously in 2000 the machine had considerable .....

This fine looking vintage flat tanker has come to us from its last Yorkshire owner who purchased the bike in 2011. As a flat tank collector he decided, reluctantly, to part exchange it with us for a Matchless .....

This dandy Danish motorcycle has comes to us from Scotland. The last owner carried out considerable work & lavished a large amount of money on this machine, picture of invoice/receipts & notes below. .....

First registered on the 24th of March 1927, this sporty flat tanker has come to us from its last Sunderland owner, who informed us that he had carried our several jobs on the bike, to complete the refurbishment .....

This attractive Panther was in the last Norfolk owners hands since at least 1983 when he applied successfully to retain the original registration mark VFC 786, which is transferrable. During his ownership .....

First registered on the 24th of February 1940, this particular example must have been one of the very last big twins to be registered after the Royal Enfield factory had gone to a war production footing, .....

This is a fine looking example of a late flat tank vintage Norton, fully eligible for the Banbury Run & other similar class events. The last owner did his own leatherwork, making the the very handsome .....

This 1958 manufactured machine was first registered on the 4th of May 1959. This fine mellow motorcycle has come to us, along with two others, from a gentleman in Cumbria who is thinning his collection .....

Originally registered on the 21st of January 1954 in Derbyshire, this wonderful, matching numbers Triumph has come to us in a part exchange deal. The bike has been in the hands of a local owner since .....

We are handling this stunning Moto Guzzi for a good friend of ours who lives in Southern Europe. He has reduced the price to allow for an pending divorce settlement! He purchased the bike about three .....

Originally registered on the 1st of August 1977 in Norfolk, this is a moped that we have handled previously, selling it to the gentleman who has now sold .....
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Originally registered in Surrey on the 10th of January 1951, where it remained until it moved to Battersea in the 1960's. This georgous motorcycle was owned by the late George Manley of North East Essex .....

Originally registered on the the 4th of June 1957 in London. According to the British Two Stroke Club this is an early Commodore from the first year of this models production & is quite a rare example, .....

This magnificient beast is being offer on behalf of the owner who would like to raise some funds. This bike came to us a few years ago from Sweden as an unfinished project. Unfortunately not having the .....

This very dapper looking autocycle has come from a local Suffolk owner who purchased it in 2014. Having now moved into a retirement home he has sadly parted with his bikes. Originally registered on the .....

Originally registered on the 23rd of April 1937. This singular motorcycle was only available from the CWS (Cooperative Wholesale Society) (generally known as the Co-op today). Made from 1919 to 1937 they .....

This low cost French flat tanker will make a wonderful vintage class machine for one lucky purchaser, being light & powered by a Villiers engine making maintenance more convenient for this era of motorcycle. .....

First registered on the 1st of October 1954 this was a very popular bicycle attachment. The Cyclemaster was based on a German design & had the advantage of not using a friction drive, as with many other .....

This wonderful ex army machine from WW2 remained military property until the 1960's. Upon leaving the army the machine was registered on the civilian system on the 1st of July 1967. She has been in the .....

First registered on the 4th of June 1958 in Montgomeryshire this lovely BSA was sold by us previously in 2018 & has now been part exchanged against a smaller, lighter machine. we are happy to be able .....

Originally registered on the 23rd of September 1947 in Middlesex, where it spent the next 11 years before moving to Surrey in 1958. This is a BSA that we sold to a good customer in 2013, who has now sold .....

Originally registered in Worcestershire. This BSA lightweight was in the hands of a serious Norfolk collector for the past 47 years. He started restoration work on the bike but the project was curtailed .....

This nicely presented tele/rigid machine has come to us from a collector who is changing around a few of his bikes. This example was ridden regularly by the last owner & as such should make a pleasant .....

This marvellous barn discovery was first registered on the 11th of September 1939 in Ipswich. This is a wonderful project for someone. Comes with a buff .....
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This is one of the last flat tank models to come out of the Triumph factory, before saddle tanks were fitted. This example came to use from the last West Suffolk owner who purchased it in 2014. The previous .....

Factory records show that this machine was manufactured on the 9th of April 1954 & consigned to Bennett of Southampton where is was first registered on the 30th of April 1954. This bike seems to have .....

This early post war tele/rigid BSA has come to us from Wales, where it was used regularly by a lay preacher as he travelled round the valleys. Presented here as a nice tidy motorcycle being offered at .....

Originally first registered on the 25th of February 1977 in Bradford, then making its way to Ireland in 2007 before returning to the UK in 2020. This Trident starts & runs nicely. Has come with its Irish .....

Triumph made their NSD model from 1928 to 1933, with this beautiful example coming from the second year of production. The bike spent many years in a Norfolk collection before going down to a new owner .....

Priced at £2,000. Originally registered on the 2nd of February 1967 in Lancashire, this example of Velocettes long lived flat water cooled has 12 volt electrics. In the last Norfolk owner's hands since .....

This very popular model has come from a local retired engineer who purchased it from us in late 2018 to work on. He has tidied up the paintwork & seat, & has fine tuned the engine. She starts & runs pleasantly, .....

This lovely example of BSA's popular cycle motor attachment has come to us from the estate of the last North Essex owner, sadly no longer with us. The motor is fitted to a gents Triumph bicycle. The .....

First registered on the 3rd of May 1954 in Surrey & still bearing its valuable transferable registration number UPK 90. This most rare of 1950's lightweights has come to us from a Bown collector in Coventry .....

Originally registered in Yorkshire on the 2nd September 1974, this unusual three wheeled moped was built by BSA under the Ariel name & is a machine we handled previously, selling it to a moped enthusiast .....

Originally registered on the 28th of March 1938 this beautifully presented big cat has come to us from a Norfolk gentleman, who very reluctantly sold the machine to pay for re-roofing his house! Andy .....

This smooth side valve was originally manufactured in October 1964 to MOD/A Contract 3231. Presented here in very attractive green livery, as were most TRW's, this particular motorcycle has come to us .....

Originally registered in Nottingham, this machine was exported to Europe c1987, returning to this country some 22 years later in 2009. The Model A was only in production for a short time, mainly doing .....

A modestly priced, Banbury Run eligable, vintage motorcycle with a beautiful patina & matching frame/engine numbers from the famous AJS stable. This came to us from the estate of a retired Cambridgeshire .....

First registered on the 12th of January 1948. The last Yorkshire owner told us that this bike had been in his family for very many years & had been in recent use. Comes with an old buff cardboard logbook, .....

This particularly fine example is a late model with matching numbers, previously owned by a Mercedes executive for a number of years, taking pride of place in his collection. Comes with the latest DVLA .....

First registered on the 19th of March 1955 this fine BSA single has come to us from the last fairly local owner. The bike has recently had the mag/dyno refurbished & as well as various bills/receipts .....

This very desirable flat tanker was first registered on the 1st of September 1928 & is from the second year that BSA fitted drum brakes as standard. This bike has lived in this area since at least 201

This is a lovely sporting 350cc machine from the BSA pre-war stable. Factory records show that this fine machine was despatched on the 14th of July 1939 to Lomas Bros. Chapel-en-le-Firth, & still retains .....

Dispatched from the factory to the Arrow Motor Works (Kent) Ltd. of Sidcup, Kent, on the 15th November 1926. Then first registered with the Greater London Council on the 13th of April 1965 before going .....

This smart machine has come to us from a local gentleman who has decided to give up using his British classic. The bike had been in use during his eight years of owners. Comes with a selection of past .....

This exquisite BSA was initially registered on the 10th of April 1956 & is one of a pair of C12's to come to us from Nottingham. The previous owner was an engineer in the printing trade who had put of .....

First registered in Hertford on the 19th of March 1962, this streamlined Viper Sports has come to us from a local engineer who is thinning out his collection, a very pretty motorcycle. Has good history .....

This georgous special has come to us from the last Worcester owner. Presented here in cafe racer trim this machine offers one lucky customer the wonderful .....
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This beautiful example has been extensively refurbished by a friend of ours & we are now pleased to offer the bike for sale on his behalf. It is a local machine that is believed to have lived in this .....

Originally registered on the 6th of April 1966 in London. This fine handsome example with matching numbers has come to us from a local engineer friend of ours, who has been working on classic lightweights .....

This beautiful little Cub was dispatched from the factory to H & L Motors, Stroud, Gloucestershire on the 10th of February 1959. A smart machine that has come from the Bristol area, she starts & runs .....

This sweet Douglas is one of the later 2 speed models, coming near the end of production for this model. This lovely example has come to us from the last Hertfordshire owner & has good history in the .....

This is a rare Carlton motorcycle, which in production from 1922 until 1940, when war stopped manufacture. In the late 1930's D. R. O'Donovan the famous Norton tuner became involved with Carlton when .....

Originally registered on the 1st of January 1949, this is a motorcycle that we have handled previously & are very happy to be able to offer it for sale once again. The last Nottingham owner had the petrol .....

This smart Ariel VB is one of a number of machines that we are offering on behalf of the owner, who is currently reducing his collection. This bike was ridden regularly, along with his other motorcycles. .....

First registered on the 13th of January 1949, this bike has come to us from the last Cambridgeshire owner who bought it in 2014. This is a machine we handled once before & are are pleased to handle it .....

This handsome beast, finished strikingly in black with gold pin striping, features disc brakes & uprated suspension. We are advertising this bike for the family of an old friend (who owned it since 20

Autocycles were popular machines until their appeal started to drop off in the late 1950's with the introduction of mopeds. This pleasant example was .....
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Originally registered in Essex on the 12th of May 1950, this lovely smooth Sunbeam has come to us as one of four bikes from the estate of its late Cambridgeshire owner, who was an engineer. During the .....

This Autobyk is powered by an Excelsior Spryte Mk.II engine with a single speed transmission & is an excellent economical project for one lucky customer wishing to undertake the restoration & refurbishment .....

This rather dapper looking Ariel will afford only lucky purchaser the opportunity to obtain a nice handsome twin at an affordable price! The bike has come to us from Middlesbrough, from a gentleman who .....

Originally registered in East Sussex on the 29th of December 1948 & still bearing its original registration number of ENJ 588. This singular vehicle would make an excellent advertising medium for a business. .....

This Bond Bug featured in the TV show 'Junk & Disorderly' with Henry Cole & Sam Lovegrove. Ten cars were produced in lime green for Rose's Lime Juice, for promotional purposes, & this is believed to be .....

First registered on the 2nd of July 1929 this is a beautiful matching numbers overhead camshaft model from the AJS stable. This unusual motorcycle has come to us via a well respected AJS man & had been .....

First registered in Birmingham on the 14th of October 1963 & still retaining its transferable registration number 984 KOC. This smart Leader came to us from the last Warwickshire owner (since 2015), only .....

First registered on the 20th of February 1924, this popular vintage machine was sold previously by us to a customer in Wales in 2013. Prior to coming to us the first time this attractive bike had spent .....

First registered on the 26th of May 1950 by the Worcester County Council, this machine still bears it's original registration number JAB 797. The last Norfolk owner was in the process of renovating the .....

First registered on the 10th of July 1961 this Royal Enfield came to us from an in West Suffolk, who had done some minor work & completed some miles on it. Comes with the latest DVLA V5C registration .....

First registered on the 1st of March 1972 this smart Commando was with the last Lincolnshire owner since 1980. The bike comes with a good selection of past MOT certificates & road tax discs. Lots of work .....

First registered on the 3rd of January 1959 this rather fetching Norton has come to us with a number of other motorcycles from a local engineer, and is a well looked after machine. A 16 mile road test .....

This 1955 model has matching frame & engine numbers & is presented here in smart condition. A nicely looked after machine that has come to us from a local owner, who needs to trim his collection. History .....

This lovely big thumper from the Norton fleet has the advantage of matching frame & engine numbers. This bike retains a wonderful patina & has come from Scandinavia, still bearing a dealers suppliers .....

This early plunger D1 was in the hands of the last Hampshire owner since 1980. Being offered for sale as a 'ride & restore' machine. The bike has been through our workshop, been checked over & taken for .....

Originally registered on the 4th of July 1949 this is a lovely smart example of BSA's original rigid model from the first full year of production. This bike has lived in a Norfolk motorcycle museum since .....

Originally registered on the 3rd of July 1953 this lovely big thumper has lived in the East of England since at least 2003, and was previously the property of a Norfolk artist who is well known for his .....

This model features Webb pressed steel forks (Ambassador's own telescopic cantilever forks were available as standard on the 1950 Series V, if you preferred something more modern). Ambassador motorcycles .....

This adorable lightweight James makes for a lovely project for one fortunate person. The bike has come from a local engineer, the engine turns over although it requires a piston. The bike is presented .....

First registered on the 24th of October 1960. We were informed that this lovely alternator model was originally an AFS (Auxillary Fire Service) machine. This bike has come to us from a local owner & is .....

This is an early post war model featuring the Villiers Junior De Luxe power unit which came to us from a local collector with a number of other similar machines. The bike started readily from cold & hot .....

This is an early example of a very desirable Italian machine, considered by many to be the most chic scooter of its day & one of the fastest in its class with its famously smooth twin cylinder engine. .....

First registered on the 25th of June 1949 in Lancashire. This bike was handled by use previously in 2014 when we sold it to a friend of ours who has now decided to thin out his collection. So we are pleased .....

This French machine is of very advanced design for its period, being of unit construction design. The bike has come to us from a well known South coast based motorcycle engineer. During his ownership .....

This WW2 big flat twin was the French army's heavy motorcycle outfit with selectable sidecar wheel drive. These machines also proved popular with the German Wehrmacht after the fall of France. This particular .....

First registered on the 24th of March 1927, this sporty flat tanker has come to us from its last Sunderland owner, who informed us that he had carried our several jobs on the bike, to complete the refurbishment .....

This is lovely example of a machine from the 'first' scooter boom that followed WW1 for a few years. In the last family's hands since 2001, this vintage class machine is eligable for the Banbury run & .....

This is a magnificent cafe race that we are pleased to offer on behalf of the owner. Absolutely tons of money has been spent on this machine, we are told around £40,000. The engine is a Cooper JAP MkII .....

First registered on the 10th of November 1952, this adorable Autocycle has been in the hands of a lady since 2016. Lots of money spent of the bike with Villiers Service including a fully rebuilt engine .....

This quality Velocette Vogue was sold by us to John James the well known Newmarket engineer in 1989. Now coming back into our possesion from his estate, following his sad passing, along with another dozen .....

This attractive vintage class motorcycle has been in the hands of the last Lancashire owner since at least the late 1990's & will make a pleasant Banbury Run machine. She rode nicely on our road test, .....

This machine was first registered on the 11th of March 1959 in Dundee & is one of the rare D5 models of Bantam that was made for one year only (the 1958 model year).This lovely largely unmolested example .....

This smart sprung hub model is the smallest of the post war Triumph twin range. The bike has come to us from the last Nottinghamshire owner who part exchanged it for a lighter motorcycle due to advancing .....

This smart red BSA was sold by us a few years ago to a friend of ours, who has now decided to thin out his collection, so we are very pleased to be able to handle the bike once again. Comes with the latest .....

This is one of a batch built to fulfill a French Army contract in 1966, based on Triumph's Mountain Cub. After finishing its army service, this fine lightweight was discharged into civilian life, finding .....

This fine old gentleman was dispatched from the Ariel factory on the 2nd of May 1957 to Robert Bevan & Son, Cardiff. We are pleased to offer this motorcycle on behalf of a customer, who has had it on .....

This bike has come to us from its last Yorkshire owner, who was using the machine. He decided he wanted something with a little more power so he part exchanged it with us for a Norton. Comes with the .....

First registered on the 30th of April 1928 in Newcastle-upon-Tyne with the registration mark TN 3310, which the bike still retains & is transferable. We are offer this vintage Matchless on behalf of the .....

First registered on the 11th of August 1965 this is an authentic example of Heinkel quality built scooter which has come to us from the last Essex owner of 9 years. This was an advanced machine for its .....

This smart machine was originally dispatched to Berkshire on the 31st of January 1955 according to the factory despatch department records (see BSA Owners Club Dating Certificate below), & was originally .....

First registered on the 27th of March 1925. Andy had this bike in his own collection from 2008 to 2015 when he sold it to a friend, who has now sold it back to us. This machine was running nicely when .....

First registered on the 2nd of August 1955 . This snappy looking Ariel lightweight has come to us from Huntingdon & is a machine we have had through our shop before. We are pleased to be able to offer .....

This attractive example of a late saddle tank model has come to us from Northamptonshire where it has been since 2011. Previously this machine was in the Scottish borders for many years, since at least .....

First registered on the 3rd of August 1956 this was a very popular BSA model of pre unit 350cc single in its day. This is a nice mellow example with a lovely patina. The bike starts nicely & runs particularly .....

First registered on the 1st of February 1921.This tidy Vintage Triumph has come to us from Essex where the last gentleman had owned it since 2011. The machine benefits from having had the magneto overhauled .....

This bike was first registered on the 16th of May 1961, the first year of Super Sports production. This is a machine that we have handled once before, selling it to a customer in Essex who has now traded .....

This bike originally came from Hungary, were it was registered new in 1974. The bike starts, runs & is due for a road test after which we will publish a report. Comes with the latest DVLA V5C registration .....

First registered on the 29th of January 1962 & has an original Norfolk number of 527 AVF. This fine handsome machine is fitted with all the right cafe racer goodies; including humped seat, central oil .....

First register on the 14th of May 1937, this beautiful cammy Velocette is being offered on behalf of a good friend of ours. This smart example has lived in the Nottinghamshire area since at 1992 & during .....

First registered in Cheshire in April 1955 & shown here in fairly unmolested condition with a charming patina, not presently running, as engine doesn't turn over & is being sold for restoration. The lovely .....

Manufactured in July 1954 & then first registered on the 23rd of July 1954 were considered luxurious machines in its day. This particular example has had work carried out by previous owners, including .....

First registered on the 26th of May 1922. This example of 'The Master Two Stroke' is presented here as being prime for restoration, a weak spark has prevented us from running the engine. Offering great .....

This model of MZ was a very popular machine in its day, being cheaper than it's contemporaries & reliable, a solid product from behind the iron curtain that was known for its unusual asthetics! This bike .....

First registered on the 25th of April 1972 & presented here as a very attractive example, handsomely finished in a beautiful shade of metallic blue on the petrol tank. This T150 is from the last year .....

Originally registered on the 21st of February 1972, this late 650 model is fitted with a Morgo 750cc conversion, has matching numbers & was in the last kent owners hands since 1991, only being sold due .....

Build as part of a French Army contract in 1966, these bikes were originally finished in NATO anti-infrared matt green (drab green) with all black seat covers. After completing army service this machine .....

This rapid machine is a sprint special, built for straight line work in sprinting or drag racing. Fitted with an Italian GM engine . This bike is said to have achieved a standing quarter mile of 11 seconds .....

First registered on the 7th of July 1927 this fine vintage 2 speeder has a very interesting history. The second owner was Harold Cottam. Harold was the wireless operator on the RMS Carpathia, the first .....

This fine machine was originally registered in Northern Ireland on the 20th of May 1942 with the registration mark GZ 96 which we are currently applying to have reinstated by the DVLA, as the bike has .....

First registered on the 13th of June 1952, this machine features an unusual 'split single' designed two stroke engine, as used by a small number of continental manufacturers. The last local owner was .....

First registered on the 21st of April 1955 & looking rather fetching in its blue livery. This is a motorcycle we handled quite recently & are very happy to offer it once again, the last owner now having .....

First registered on the 18th May 1954 & still retaining its original Derbyshire registration number, this bike was in the hands of the last Northumberland owner since 2005. Featuring an early featherbed .....

This lovely OHV from the Norton factory is a most desirable late pre-war machine. Our mechanic found her to be a good fun bike to ride. Comes with the .....
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This lovely post vintage Norton has come to us from Scotland & looks very fetching in silver livery with black & red coach lining. The bike has had some refurbishment in recent times. Comes with the latest .....

First registered on the 7th of September 1939, this bike was part of a collection from a deceased's estate. Presented in very smart condition, it can be seen that a lot of care & attention was lavished .....

First registered on the 15th of August 1956 this bike has come to us as part of a small Lincolnshire collection, the owner having sadly passed away. The bike was ridden quite regularly & was very well .....

This tidy Matchless is finished in military Khaki drab trim. On our 14 mile road test the bike performed nicely, see report below. Comes with the latest DVLA V5C registration document (registration number .....

This amiable little James has come to use from the last Norfolk owner who purchased the bike in 2013 & rode it quite regularly. Presented here in a black finish this machine will afford one fortuitous .....

First registered on the 21st of January 1952, this smart James has come to us as one of a pair of lightweights from the last Northern owner. He was using the bike & it runs particularly well, with the .....

First registered on the 28th of February 1935 this lovely machine has come to us in part exchange & had been in the hands of the last Surrey owner since 2016. This particular example is fitted with Villiers .....

This is a very charming little light weight from the 'Built Like A Bridge' stable of Francis Barnett, powered by an ever popular Villiers unit. The bike has a lovely period patina & has been evaluated .....

This is a 1954 plunger model of Excelsior's well known post war two stroke twin cylinder machine. This particular example is handsomely presented in its attractive maroon & cream livery, having undergone .....

This is an attractive pre-war autocycle from Excelsior, a more rare early model with the Villiers Junior engine. The last local owner purchased this bike in 2014 to add to his collection, but has now .....

This bike was originally registered on the 6th of December 1934. This striking machine has come to us from the Midalnds where the last owner was using this BSA on the road. Comes with the latest DVLA .....

First registered on the 12th of November 1954, this is a very pretty example of BSA's 1950's lightweight side valve. This bike has come to us from the West Suffolk area where it had lived with the last .....

This most authentic Corgi is a recent shed discovery from South Norfolk. Everything operates manually, although a weak spark has prevented us from starting the bike. Thee machine also comes with its original .....

This attractive tele/rigid model was sent fronm the factory to Barton Motors, Bristol on 14th September 1951. A motorcycle we have handled previously & are pleased to be able to offer it for sale once .....

Originally registered on the 3rd of February 1955. One of 5 Ariels that have come to us from their last owner, an Essex based retired engineer. This example was in his hands from 2005 during which time .....

A nice & tidy example of Ariel's Super Sport Arrow, known as the a 'Golden Arrow' due to the gold painted finish. This machine has lived in the Northampton since at least 2004, the last owner was using .....

Originally registered on the 15th of April 1959, this Leader is from the second year of production. The last Lincolnshire owner had owned the bike since 2015, during which time he spent money, mainly .....

This pleasant lightweight Ariel is a local machine & still retains it's Essex issued registration mark of 86 APU. The ia a machine on a budget that starts, runs & rides. The new owner will need to do .....

First registered on the 13th of April 1956 this bike has come to us with two other machines from Lincolnshire following the passing of the owner, all three were from 1956. The bike was looked after very .....

A beautiful flat tanker from the AJS stable, first registered on the 12th of November 1925 & benefitting from matching frame & engine numbers. Being a vintage machine she is eligible for events such as .....

This van was first registered on the 3rd of August 1949. The Reliant was founded in 1935 by two former Raleigh employees to produce three wheel vans (formely .....
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This rapid machine is a sprint special, built for straight line work in sprinting or drag racing. Fitted with an Italian GM engine . This bike is said to have achieved a standing quarter mile of 11 seconds .....

First registered on the 27th of July 1960 this is a well kept example of the SGS with the 'Twingle' (split single) engine which came to us from the last Buckinghamshire owner who had purchased it in 2

First registered on the 1st of August 1970, this is a very pretty Japanese classic lightweight. She started & ran well on a 4 mile road test, just like as you would expect from a Honda! The 4 gears & .....

First registered on the 4th of February 1932 this is a very smart machine. This bike is being offered on behalf of a customer who is a serious Norton .....
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