Club (Bunbury) Inc.
WANTED STD LOW COMPRESSION PISTONS FOR 650 TRIUMPH PRE UNIT IF ANYBODY HAS A SET LYING AROUND I AM INTERESTED ----MUZZA 0477932060
I'm restoring a 1917 flat twin Indian Model O and am hoping to save time manufacturing parts by buying them if they exist here. The attachments show the carby I'm searching for at present. Would you by any chance have one of these lying about that I can restore and bring my old girl back to life?
Martin Mach 0418138649
Ducati 1968 MK3D 350cc Desmo Twin filler cap model. It is unlicensed.
Vin. DM350 03224. Contact Carlo Franzone on 0419 834 947.
This restoration took over four years to complete and is perfect in every way to concourse manufacturer’s specification.
Many spares accompany the bike.
You will not find a better example. Hence the asking price of $50,000. ono.
Peter has contacted me re selling off his remaining Norton stuff.. health issues.. you know the story. The big ticket items are 920 barrels and matched head, ported and polished with valve gear to suit.. both are new I believe. No pistons. Also 850 headers( with balance pipe).. new I think. S type headers and shorty mufflers.. not sure if new.
There is also some tools and other spares.. not really sure what though.
He is aiming to sell all as a package deal, not interested in splitting and mentioned the figure of $2000. He isn’t at all well and hasn’t got the energy for “ just looking” sorta buyers so if the above sounds you thing maybe get back to me and ill send you his number. ( he lives in Bellevue)
Cheers Greg Mc Conkey .....email email@example.com
WINDSCREEN FRAME FOR TILBROOK SIDECAR.
ROSS EATON - PH 08 97211779.
FOR SALE 1/ 2
WLA HD outfit great runner, interested ring Rob Giles for more info 0438986476
WANTED 1/ 2
Triumph T100 1950 rigid frame, (‘N’ prefix if possible) Can swap for mid 20s HD parts or Triumph T100 54 per unit parts, or late 20s Ariel parts. WHY 0438 923 562 Gary
Praise where praise is due.
As many Bunbury and Busselton members will know, I have had a heap of trouble over the last 12 months with my Yamaha V Star, known to me as “Big Red”. I now believe that all its’ ailments have been fixed, and we’re ready to roll again, once the Coronavirus will allow us back on the road!
The purpose of this paragraph is to give credit to the guy who took the trouble to find the cause of the problem, and ultimately fix it. Many of you will know the man I’m referring to as his Bunbury workshop is the go-to place for many of our repair jobs. Danny Attwood at Motorcycle Engineering, in the Halifax LEA took the time to thoroughly research the various problems and get them fixed, all at a reasonable cost. He will not give up until he has solved a problem, and his work is always top quality.
I would encourage all IHC members to go see Danny if you have a issue, as his advice is invaluable. I can’t thank him enough.