Hugh Adams

1969 BSA Rocket 3 Hurricane. With poor sales of the Rocket 3 in America Craig Vetter was commissioned to redesign the bike and came up with the Hurricane. Originally dispatched to the states in 69 as a Rocket 3 and converted to a Hurricane at some time in its life. Restored/rebuilt a few years ago, only 201 miles on the clock since completion this rare, matching numbers bike is in outstanding condition and runs as good as it looks. Registered historic so free road tax and no mot requirements.

 Pre-Owned Bikes /  Kilmarnock / 611 views / Popular


1921 BSA 550 Model K & sidecar. 101 years old, only 3 previous keepers and on its original transferable registration number (value 4k +). The mag was removed as there was no spark, I’ve cleaned and reset the points, it now sparks and once refitted should have the engine up and running for another 100 years. Comes with optional carbide lamp kit.

 Pre-Owned Bikes /  Kilmarnock / 37 views / New


Triton 750 Cafe Racer. A one of special built to show / admire, with no expense spared. The frame is a 1957 wideline Norton Dominator, which has been stove enamelled. New Roadholder fork tubes with one new slider. New / recon Norton twin leading front brake assembly from Andover Norton. New alloy petrol and oil tanks, alloy mudguards. Wheels rebuilt with new rims, spokes, tyres. New exhausts, silencers. The engine is a 62 T-bird with Morgo 750 barrels and high compression pistons, Morgo oil pump. recon 9 stud Bonnie head, E3134 cams, balanced crank with new bearings, new primary cases,...

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1956 Norton 99. Rebuilt as a cafe racer in the 60s with a 1961 Triumph 650 pre-unit engine. Only 6x owners from new and only for sale due to the owner’s health issues. Comes with original log book, current V5 and receipts going back years.

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1952 Norton 500T trials bike. A rare bike (only 900 made) reputed to have been owned by Murray Walker who competed successfully with it in many trials here and abroad. Unfortunately the previous owner, in his 80s, has over 70 bikes in his collection and can’t find the paperwork/trophies to confirm this. Converted to road trim and registered in 1990 it has been completely rebuilt & upgraded and covered only 15 miles since.

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1967 Triumph T120R Bonneville. My own bike in stunning condition having been stripped and restored to the highest standard.

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Norton 750 Cafe Racer. Built over 20 years ago around a 1960 slimline featherbed frame, with a Commando engine, gearbox, forks, wheels with alloy rims, Dunstall body kit, clip ons, rearsets and never used since completion. Now recommissioned with fresh oils and battery, it starts easily and sounds lovely. The tyres are still like new but are over 20 years old so will be replaced with new prior to sale.

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Honda CB750/4 sohc. Imported from South Africa where it was used regularly. Runs as good as it looks.

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BSA 350 Goldstar. A nice bike that was purchased new in 1957 but never registered for the road until 1978, on an age related transferable number. Probably used for racing as the engine is a 61 DB.32.GS, or just kept as a show bike. Starts, runs and sounds lovely. Don’t think its ever been restored as the chrome is starting to show its age (patina).

 Recently Sold /  Kilmarnock / 154 views


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