Author Topic: MK5 1949/50 for sale was blue now black.  (Read 497 times)

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Offline Eddie Doc

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MK5 1949/50 for sale was blue now black.
« on: 21 Feb 2021 at 21:49 »
Stove enamel black frame, beautiful job, stove enamel silver wheel rims
Purchased as a lockdown project.
New tyres and tubes.
New stainless silencers and exhaust pipes.
Rewired, new 6v battery and light bulbs.
All new cables.
New bars.
Leather covered duel seat with new springs.
Magneto, l think has been re-wound by the previous owner. The
Fitted a 6v dynamo purchased from a club member.
All gears are there.
Engine will start on the kick starter.
New stainless steel bolts fitted where possible.
Things missing, chain guard, speedometer cable, centre stand, side stand and somebody to ride it!!!
Never intended using the bike, but to get me through lockdown.
Altrincham based, viewing can be carried out after government restrictions are lifted.
Not registered with DVLA but do have original number and tax disc.
Photos when I can get it out of the shed.
Offers over 2650 Please, just about breaking even will consider any reasonable offer.
Mob. 07514090954

Engine numbers and frame numbers differ,  think this bike was last registered in 1964.
Have the original tax disc clearly showing the original reg number.

Reduced offer price, the bike is also on ebay for those who may be interested.
I really need the space now.
Thank you for looking.











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Offline Eddie Doc

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Re: MK5 1949/50 for sale was blue now black.
« Reply #1 on: 28 Mar 2021 at 14:58 »
I really need to move this bike to make room, I will be open to all serious offers.
Please phone or message if you need further information regarding the MK5.
Kind Regards.




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« Last Edit: 28 Mar 2021 at 20:34 by Dave »

 

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