What’s in the Toybox

These are the goodies currently in the toybox, ready to restore or play with

1973 Triumph Tiger

Triumph Tiger 750 is Triumph’s . 750CC, Twin cylinder, Chain drive

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1976 Suzuki RE-5

Suzuki were on technology’s cutting edge when they released the RE-5, Twin Rotor, Rotary engined beast

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1977 CB750A

Honda CB750A is Honda’s first foray into Automatic transmission motorcycles. 750CC, Candy Sword Blue, Spoke wheels,  Four cylinder, Chain drive

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1978 CB400A

Honda CB400A is Honda’s first foray into Mid size Automatic transmission motorcycles. 400CC, Twin cylinder, Chain drive

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1978 CB750A

Honda CB750A is Honda’s first foray into Automatic transmission motorcycles. 750CC, Polaris Blue, Comstar wheels, Four cylinder, Chain drive

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GS450GA

Suzuki GS450GA is Suzuki’s first foray into Automatic transmission motorcycles. 450CC, Two cylinder, Shaft drive

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This is coming from the West Coast of Canada. It’s in transit

1962 GTO250 Ferrari replica

Datsun 260Z reskinned in Fibre glass

This one is currently in Cheltenham waiting on a mechanic to finish the RWC and change the transmission to Automatic.

Should have been finished a long time ago but when my mate bought MGB Hive, the existing RWC license didn’t transfer to him. Getting a bit frustrated but my mate has had a few personal issues slowing him down and I don’t want to take it back because it’s been out of his control.

 1973 Datsun 240Z

Datsun 240Z. 2.4 litre engine, auto transmission, McPherson strut front, Chapman Strut rear with fixed diff and live half shafts. Rack and Pinion Steering

I just received delivery of this car from W.A. It’s currently undergoing a little panel work then RWC inspection. It’ll then have the immobiliser upgraded to a top of the line security system before coming home. It will need a few bushes replaced and maybe a steering rack. The brakes are a bit noisy, yet to be dismantled for inspection.

Not sure how long till this is ready to play with!