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Series A Build-up

davidd

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David Bowen writes:
"Once a gain built from bits laying a round the factory The Guy that built
this was a MOD government inspector on the Marine engines! A Series A new
frame, new Series B Brampton forks, 1948/9 Burman G/B engine number 12 speed-way
motor I bought this bike in the UK some years Back for the Ian Boyd
collection."
Bowen A.JPG


David
 

A_HRD

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David,

I also see Series B/C rear suspension,water-excluders on front brake, modified coffin-cover and obscure saddle set-up.

Are you sure it's engine number 12? The crankcase/sump appears to be the later type?

Whatever, it's a nice bike to own!

Peter B
Bristol, UK
WANTED: Series 'A' Front Frame
 

vibrac

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David, I like the look of that "obscure saddle set-up." have you got a better view of the rear part? from my experience so far of a single seat on a road Comet, its a magic carpet. I just worry a bit about the strain on my ufm from the peguso seat ....
comet 002.jpg
 
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