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Pics of Vintage frame for ID

ozbozozboz Posts: 5
edited February 2016 in Vintage bikes forum
Has been ID'd for age only 1928-32
Trying to ID makers if poss so I can get the refurb paint job finished


  • team47bteam47b Posts: 6,424
    The photo :D

    my isetta is a 300cc bike
  • lesfirthlesfirth Posts: 1,104
    The bit on the front forks is for attaching your front lamp bracket. The fact it is on the left fork blade suggests the frame is not British i.e it is left hand drive. If I am correct that narrows it down a bit! :)
  • ozbozozboz Posts: 5
    Apparently , some forks were produced in UK with the lamp holder on the left for varying reasons , and to be fair apart from the Chater Lea mud guard bolt holders matching the ones on the frame, there is no saying the forks are the original ones , oh well
    , frame with no name !!
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