Taking a grinder to Britain's motorcycling heritage.
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BRITISH CLASS

BRITISH CLASS
MONTGOMERY-ANZANI

Sunday, 27 December 2015

Inspirational stuff.




Alan Richards' build for Born Free 5!
I don't know if it's the quality of the light in the States, or just the quality of the finish by painters and chromers but they all seem to sparkle more than they do here!

3 comments:

  1. It's a great looking bike either way!
    You said the '48 A7 I'm about to buy has the wrong engine in, can you tell me why please before i part with my hard earned?

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  2. 1947 to 1950 had what was known as the Long Stroke motor, similar in appearance and internal architecture but different enough that virtually no parts are interchangeable. My A7 has a '48 motor in a '50 frame. Mail me at britishironworks@aol.com and I will explain further.

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  3. 1947 to 1950 had what was known as the Long Stroke motor, similar in appearance and internal architecture but different enough that virtually no parts are interchangeable. My A7 has a '48 motor in a '50 frame. Mail me at britishironworks@aol.com and I will explain further.

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