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Post  FB vincent on Sat Apr 27, 2019 3:37 pm

The FB Cruiser 80 made £950 plus 8% buyers premium. Although advertised as having a rebuilt engine, there were many detail issues that may have reduced interest in the bike. The complete centre stand was missing, the seat was scruffy, handlebars were non original as were the brake light switch and the horn. The toolbox lid was from an earlier period. The wheels and exhaust looked odd in black paint. I think the registration is age related. A well presented 1959 Panther with 3T engine fitted made £3,500 plus premium.

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