brenton.roy wrote:These are beautiful bikes. If I could afford one, I would buy it.
Don't let him plead poverty
He's just imported a black ariel from cloggy-land
Which is exactly why I can't afford another one!
It is a beautiful thing... sigh... When it arrives, I'll post some photo's and offer my thanks to the previous owner.
According to my extensive calculations (or fears), it's currently being washed overboard, in a force 10 hurricane, somewhere off the coast of south america...
Marcin, The numbers are both correct for a 1932 350cc.
Knud, does this bike have the pressed steel brake drums? - if so, they are not great brakes and yes, hard to get. can you use later hubs?
Primary cases will be very hard to find.
Be tough when it comes to the sale. A lot of the "high dollar" parts aren't there. Some quite expensive and rare. - pre focus headlight, levers, primaries, mudguards, hubs, magdyno, speedo.
'51,'56 Squares, '48 VH, '27 Model C, R67/2, Mk IV Le Mans, '06 Super Duke and Ariel projects.