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1964 Model 96 for Sale

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1964 Model 96 for Sale

Post  martyn H on Sun Mar 11, 2018 6:22 pm



For Sale is a Model 96 150 AMC. This bike was bought as a donor bike when i was restoring another Plover, but was far too good to break. It's complete and the V5 is present. Theres a good spark and the carb is refurbed. Not in bad condition but will need commissioning. 07779809428. Bike is in South Devon and happy for any viewings. Open to sensible offers.

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Post  keith livingstone on Sun Mar 11, 2018 11:58 pm

Hello
Well done. Great looking bike.
A bit cheeky but did you any spares left after your rebuild? Against better advice I felt sorry for a sadly neglected Model 95 which I have taken on as a project. See attached picture,. It had been butchered with a Honda H100 engine and rear wheel fitted. I picked up a basket case engine. Cranks seem to be a problem.
Any help appreciated.
Keith
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Re: 1964 Model 96 for Sale

Post  martyn H on Mon Mar 12, 2018 5:46 pm

Hi,

Not really, i've a few bits and pieces. I've got a spare crank case and an old crank but it's ropey. ive also go a few electrical bits.

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Post  keith livingstone on Wed Mar 14, 2018 11:47 pm

Hello Martyn
Thanks for getting back. I'd be interested in your crank and the electrical bits. What is the state of the crank? Is the LH thread on the magneto side useable? What electrical bits do you have?

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Post  top brass on Thu Mar 15, 2018 10:04 am

Hi Keith just to let you know Bantam John has new cranks in stock I have fitted one into one of my spare engines but at a cost (250--00 ).I thought I would pass the info on to you. Tony.
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