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Large quantities of Vincent Part for Sale


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It would be interesting to know the source. Lots of the parts have poorly- or partially done modifications apparently made for racing. Check out the cylinder heads.

The seller is well-known for listing items at about twice their actual worth, and relisting ad infinitum in the hope of finding a stupid or desperate buyer. For instance, he offers a pair of Carrillo rods at $785 - Coventry sells them new for $622.


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I have spoken with him several times, Most of his stuff never sells and there are certainly suspect "sold" items. I inquired about a Prince upper frame awhile back and he simply removed it and demanded I make a "best offer", seemed like shady business to me.