Some snaps of bikes offered for sale by traders at the VMCC Somerset Section autojumble at Shepton Mallet yesterday. Probably the last big event in the country before we go in to Covid-19 lock down mode...
|Breathtakingly gorgeous unrestored 1923 BSA combo.|
The bike and sidecar have been paired for life. A tall price
of £16,500 was being asked, but how machines of this age
and calibre of condition do you come across?
|Great to see the original accessory legshields.|
Proper jobs for keeping the horse shite off of
|Rear view. The sidecar has a dickey seat.|
|James scrambler was a bit ropey but has a rare Ajax alloy barrel|
and head conversion.
|Don't know why but I would like a Swallow|
Gadabout in my garage. This one was offered
by Yeomans and carried a tag of £2500 but
came with no documents.
|I remember seeing this Greeves Triumph special|
out and about a way back. Sadly now it has been
stripped of its Triumph motor.
|Not many Clymer / Italjet Velocettes come up for|
sale. Less so in unrestored condition.
|Sweet little early Velosolex.|
|Imported tiddler projects were out in force. Here|
a Guzzi Cardellino.
|Love these early face cam Capriolos.|