Tuesday, January 18, 2011

Cafe Racer

Triton built by Von Daz. This is actually a slimline frame that was widelined to take a Trident triple engine. In typical Von Daz attitude, he purchased the 68 Triumph front hub and started to build this bike around that!

How about it. Marks' Dad built this awesome Commando as a gift for his 21st Birthday. The bike came in for tuning, electrical work and check up. Birthday presents don't get much better than this.

Not your average Triton. Commando frame, Atlas swingarm, custom Manx style tank, swept back pipes with reverse cone shortys and much more. Powered by Triumph 650 pre-unit with a slick shift gearbox. Lot's of work setting up this outfit and it goes like a rocket. We sold this one to Ricardo who uses it as a daily rider.

Silver red 650cc pre-unit 4 speed, 1 3/4" drag pipes, reverse cone shortys, 564 alloy tailight , GT 4 leading front end plus more.
Blue 750cc pre-unit 4 speed AMC, slight rake with Triumph 2 leading front end, Dunstal Kit, mud slinger rims and the list goes on. 

This is Theos' rare and desirable Ducati 750ss. Beautifully restored, maintained and ridden.

Little but packs a punch. I don't know FA about Bultaco but i for one was impressed. These things are awsome!

My old 1964 Norton 750 Atlas. It was in a sorry state when i aquired it and took a lot of work to get it to this stage. I didn't really get a chance to enjoy it because Jeff C. made me an offer i couldn't refuse and a week later the bike was sold.

      Classic Italian Cafe Racers

         Ducati 250 Mark III

        MV Agusta 175cc

          Gilera 300 Extra

              Gilera 124 sei giorni

          MV Agusta Raid

            Moto Guzzi Lodola

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