Classic Bikes For Sale

Our online Small Ad Showcase features six of the best private adverts from the current issue of RealClassic magazine. This time around we’ve selected Britbikes by Norton, BSA and Triumph, a smashing lightweight Japanese classic, an interesting European off-roader, and a tidy Italian alternative…

BSA B40, 1963. MoT till Jul 18. New battery and regulator. £2250. Rex, 0118 987 6734, Reading

MOTO GUZZI MONZA 1982, pristine. 22k miles, full MoT. Engine overhaul, new rings, valves and springs. Excellent Lafranconis. New windshield, mirrors, headlight and battery. All wiring overhauled. Excellent tyres. Paint first class. Ian Burdon, 07802 863933 or burdoni@msn.com Newcastle

NORTON 16H WD, 1940. Full military trim. Excellent condition, ride it anywhere. £8000 firm. 01263 713280, Norfolk

HONDA CL350 TWIN street scrambler, 1970 350cc. Good condition. Electric start. New tyres and battery. Price includes another, complete, bike for restoration. Both with UK V5Cs. J reg. £2450. 07887 917466 or mike@tigercubs.plus.com

TRIUMPH T120R 650cc. Right hand gearchange. Only 4000 miles, original condition, good running order. Not import. Easy start. MoT, V5C, matching numbers. First £4950. 07724 939086 or 0191 263 2368 Tyneside. May deliver with cost

BULTACO 350 SHERPA, 199 model, 1977. With V5, freshly refurbished with powder coated cycle parts, ally bash plate, new guards, shocks, chain and sprockets, front tyre, rebuilt forks, plastic and ally tanks. £1950, may p/ex. 01328 700711 Norfolk

 

You’ll find stacks more classic bikes for sale in the August edition of RealClassic magazine (although Rowena’s TR65 was snapped up pronto so that’s gone already)

The descriptions are written by the vendors so obviously you should take all normal precautions before making a purchase: we recommend viewing in person whenever possible

Subscribers get first dibs at the Small Ads, so some of the bikes featured here may have sold already.

If you’d like to sell your classic / bike in RC, here’s the form to fill in.

(Adverts appear in the very next issue, and we don’t repeat them unless the seller asks us to)

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