1971 Triumph Bonneville
This was a bike done for my webmasters wife. It was owned by her dad (won in a smoking bet years ago) but had sat in a barn for a long time. It came to me not running and needing “everything” but all there and ran when he put it up. I saved all the parts I could and the motor was good but it needed all new rubber parts, paint work, tires, wire harness, clutch plates, rotor, primary and drive chain, and lots of love.
1968 A65T BSA
I bought this bike for parts during another restoration. At the end of that job I hadn't taken much from it. I rebuilt the motor and rode it with faded paint for a couple years. It then became time to do the paint work. This one was for me so I went all out with oil filter modification, S.S. fasteners, and front end kits and so on. Just as I was finishing the bike along comes the guy who I bought it from many years ago he had to have it back so it's still near me and I get to tune it once in a while. About the average 9000 dollars went into this one. This one takes some wood a sweet T-Bolt.
1966 BSA 650 cc
I bought this bike with six others and it was the best of them. At that time I read the odometer and did not believe it had less than 50 miles. After doing the needed maintenance it may be true - you will check this over I am sure. I am the third owner; the bike was bought in England and still has the dealer sticker on the dampener knob. It’s all fitted up as the home market model.