Here's the final batch of photos taken last Autumn at Sammy Miller's. Another eclectic mix....
|1967 Munch Mammoth 1177cc|
|The Mammoth in all its glory.|
|1949 Triumph Speed Twin, made by the |
factory for the 1950 Earls Court Show.
|The cutaway Triumph is a piece of art in its own right.|
|The cutaway Triumph is a great resource for restorers|
too. Note the position of the factory-fitted Vokes air
filter between the oil tank and battery.
|1920 Hawker 292cc two stroke. An ungainly looking|
machine. The wheel size seems a bit small, I wonder
if they are correct? The Hawker engine carried it's
oil in a sump under the motor.
|1923 Hawker 550cc Blackburne engine. The Hawker|
bike brand is the same as the better known aeroplanes.
|1911 Humber 2 3/4hp lightweight TT model.|
|1937 Douglas CL38 150cc. Made for the 1937|
Motorcycle Show but not put in to production.
|1905 Ariel Model 2 owned by Don Rickman. 2hp|
Minerva engine. The oldest known Ariel.
|1916 Ariel 500 sv with White and Poppe motor.|
|1949 Cucciolo. The first Ducati.|
|Plenty of Japanese classics in the new hall.|
|1968 Bridgestone 175cc.|
|1953 Hoffmann 250cc ohv opposed twin. Chain|
driven gearbox, shaft drive.
|1938 Zundapp K800 800cc flat four.|
|Full view of the freshly restored Zundapp.|
|IFA two stroke flat twin. A lovely and interesting|
machine from the MZ factory.
|1963 Honda CR110 DOHC 50cc production racer.|
Top speed 95mph from 8.5hp.
|Moto Villa square four two stoke 1969. 250cc.|
|Full view of the Moto Villa square four.|
|1952 EMC 125cc production racer.|
|Mondial 125cc DOHC works racer.|
ex Maurice Cann.