HARLEY DAVIDSON 1200 CUSTOM £8,495

1999 HARLEY DAVIDSON 1200  LOWRIDER CUSTOM

4919 miles

3 owner from new.

Full service history and handbooks.

Fantastic  condition. This Harley is a very special one off custom bike. which would undoubtedly be a show winning bike at any Bike show.

SOME OF THE SPEC AS FOLLOWS:

Private number plate, £3000 custom paint job, professional polished front forks, fat boy polished front wheel, fat boy front side cowling, fat boy polished deep dish rear wheel, front and rear brake callipers polished, all ancillary covers polished and chromed, large chrome custom headlight with matching twin spots fitted to chrome passing bar, billet front axle nut covers, custom moons indicators front and back, polished chrome engine rockers, polished tappet blocks and pole covers, chrome left hand base engine cover, fat boy custom engine crash bar, willy g timing cover, billet foot pegs, brake pedal and gear lever, chrome starter motor, chrome belt drive guard, single custom seat, rear luggage rack, oversized rear mudguard, side mounted billet number plate holder with Harley no plate cats eyes light, wet dream Harley pipes, and lots more !!!!

Viewing available in our Corby showroom

Finance available, Cards accepted

Call 01536 201398.

YAMAHA FS1-E (FIZZIE) £6,495

1975 YAMAHA FSI-E (Fizzie)

ONLY COVERED 1,068 miles

49cc SINGLE CYLINDER AIR COOLED 2 STROKE PRODUCING 5BHP.

11 OWNERS FROM NEW.

PARTIAL SERVICE HISTORY AND OWNERS MANUALS.

This YAMAHA FS1-E (Fizzie) is in show winning condition !!!

On 15th December 1971, transport minister, John Peyton decreed that all 16-year olds’ should ride only mopeds, the government of the day reckoning the legislation that required a moped to have pedals would mean that the machine would be little less than a bicycle with an engine bolted on, but how very wrong they were. The manufacturers simply added all but useless pedals to their existing ranges and the end result was a breed of nifty fifties that quickly gained cult status, and with it a whole load of bragging rights about the top speed these diminutive machines actually got up to.

The most popular of these machines was, and still is the Yamaha FS1-E, even before the paint job became something that King Kenny would be proud to wear, the Fizzie proved to be the best seller by a good margin

In use the Fizzie is a pleasure, the engine is powerful enough to keep up with the traffic, while the chassis is surprisingly taught and sweet for such a humble beast.The all down, four-speed box is a little strange for those used to the usual one down and the rest up transmission, but it soon becomes second nature with neutral all the way up. In first gear it is important to keep the revs up to save the engine bogging down as the clutch is released, but once on the move the disc valve keeps things smooth and quite torquey too. Everything about the small Yam is a delight with the exception of having to carry a small bottle of 2-stroke oil around with you to add to the petrol as you fill the tank !!

SPEC INCLUDES :Totally standard !!

Must be seen

These ICONIC Yamaha FS1-E (Fizzie) motorcycles, are now very collectable and are a great addition to anybody’s collection !!

Viewing available in our Corby showroom

Finance available,

Cards accepted.

Call 01536 201398