VIN: 1781 condition: excellent engine displacement (CC): 750 fuel: gas odometer: 30 title status: clean transmission: manual
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1970 Royal Enfield Interceptor Series II-#1781; matching numbers. One of the last bikes to come out of the quarry and be shipped to the U.S. Frame off restoration from a garage find bike that had not run for 20 years-6,849 miles when found-less than 30 hours on it now.
Frame sand blasted and powder coated. Engine rebuilt-+40. Many parts from new old stock or remanufactured through Hitchcocks or Burtons. The only thing we really did not touch was the wheels though bearing were re-packed and pads were replaced.
Some of the detail...tank sent to Canada for through the neck dent removal, then on to Iowa with the fenders for new chrome. Original speedo and tach to New York for restoration and calibration. Fork tubes, side covers, primary covers, tappet, and E covers polished. I have all receipts and pictures of the process. This is a special bike - serious inquiries only please. I will send additional pictures to folks who are really interested.
New: Tires, battery; coils; rectifier; plug wires; tires; wiring harness; grips; taillight; spring shocks; brakes; saddle; center stand; battery cover; vent tube; fork boots; wiring stays; chain guard; rear engine plate; footrests; clutch; gearbox bearings; first, low, and third gears; main shaft oil seal; petrol taps; air intakes; rectifier; silencers, assorted screws, nuts, cables, gaskets, and bushings.
$10,500.00 - though reasonable offers will be CONSIDERED. The bike is located in New Ulm, south central Minnesota, United States. Email me and we can start a conversation. I understand that there may be interest from outside the state or country and I would be willing to work with the right buyer.
Buyer to pick up locally or handle all logistics of shipping from New Ulm.
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