Still For Sale My Bonnie

Discussion in 'Bikes for Sale' started by joe mc donald, May 28, 2021.

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  1. joe mc donald

    Dec 26, 2014
    slough / burnham
    Selling my beautiful Bonneville T100 limited edition of 1000 bikes. It has the Norman Hyde Silencers and has been decated and set up for them. It has a host of accessories like luggage racks Grab rail and rack engine protection padded seat small screen tank pads. This bike is fantastic and music to my ears. It rides handles and is happy in any condition and the only reason for selling is I need to thin out my collection and the other Bonneville is all set up for touring and is more touring orientated. Believe me this bike will hit all the spots and make you smile. I am selling way below the value. It has a couple of very minor marks as shown but hard to see unless searching for them. It also has the twin clocks and a private registration The price is fixed And a good deposit for test rides. I am also riding the bike so miles will. Also progressive suspension front and back and set up for around 15 stone. change. I am asking £4500 for it. It has around 5700 miles and is being used. Want to know more just drop me a line 100_0054 (3) bonny2.JPG 100_0057 (2).JPG IMG_1271 (2).JPG
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  2. The Black Lancer

    The Black Lancer New Member

    Apr 15, 2021
    Joe, Im trying to convince my dad to buy your bike! Hes worried about the cans not being original (he likes an original bike) don't pose you still have them or would it be a lot of work to put back on?
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  3. Sandi T

    Sandi T It's ride o'clock somewhere!

    Dec 3, 2018
    Tucson Arizona
    Beautiful bike, Joe! Good luck with selling it. I'm sure you will be happy with a sale but at the same time sad to see it go. Hopefully it will go to a good home. :)
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  4. joe mc donald

    Dec 26, 2014
    slough / burnham
    Well peeps the Bonnie has gone to a good home. The chap who purchased it was well happy with it. And a real clever chap. He is restoring a beautiful Norton think he said it was a 47 / 48 but not sure but from what i saw it was looking like it was sitting in a showroom.
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