Restorations

1973 Norton 850
HCV received this 1973 850 Norton for a full restoration.  The bike was totally stripped and rebuilt.  All work except paint was done in house.  It’s now a fully sorted Norton ready for the customer to take delivery!
Norton

1950 BSA Goldstar

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This 1950 Goldstar was built for a customer in Florida… completely from boxes of parts.
He supplied us with parts that he had carefully collected over 20 years and he now has a bike that should provide him with moto fun for many years.

 

 1972 R75 BMW

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This 1972 short wheelbase R75/5 came to us after a collision with a negligent driver that bent the frame and damaged the forks.  We performed a frame-up complete restoration, and it looks and rides like new.

 

1961 Triumph TR5 AR

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This very Rare 1961 Triumph TR5 AR was restored for a customer in South Carolina.
It was in sore need of restoration when we received it, but now it is ready for its next life!

 

1978 Moto Guzzi Lemans

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This bike came to us by way of a good friend here in Asheville. It had been painted, but needed lots of mechanical attention.  He’s ready to ride now!

 

HCV built triumph 650 bobber

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The fully rebuilt 650cc motor has been blueprinted for high performance and reliability, with new .040 pistons, bearings, a resurfaced cylinder head and a three-angle valve grind job. The carb is an Amal 932 currently jetted for an altitude of 2,200 feet. The frame is powdercoated. This bike has been sold to a customer in New Zealand.

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