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Post by MickP » Sat Mar 02, 2019 4:52 pm

As some may know my Scimitar SE6a has just been collected by its new owner, who seemed quite pleased with his purchase.

I was going to sort the spares I have accumulated on the first wet day. It has not really rained here for weeks but is now pelting it down not a few hours after the car went away. Thought I would give forum users first chance. So, here we go.

I will get things sorted out a bit better and there is more stuff to find but have a look in the photos for now. Anything catches your eye just drop a PM or email and I will get back to you when I can.

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SOLD: 1978 SE6a Auto.
1997 Ducati 900SS - Last carb. model.
1960 BSA Bantam D7 - more "fun" than the Ducati.
1998 Honda CG125 - great in slow traffic.
1981 Suzuki SB200 2-stroke twin - undergoing rebuild.
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Post by Will Anderson » Sat Mar 02, 2019 8:01 pm

Hi Mick,

If the chrome on the Dunlops is presentable and would buff up then I would be interested in buying them from you.

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Post by Ambient69 » Sat Mar 02, 2019 9:22 pm

Hi Mick,

PM Sent. Interested in the diff/rear axle.



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Post by wdavie » Sat Mar 02, 2019 10:07 pm

Hi mick. How much for a complete set of shocks? Thanks



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Post by MickP » Sun Mar 03, 2019 8:16 am

Hi,

I have responded to all via PM.

(Also been awake since 2am with sciatic pain probably due to carrying/moving heavy parts - proves I am doing the right thing getting rid :| )

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SOLD: 1978 SE6a Auto.
1997 Ducati 900SS - Last carb. model.
1960 BSA Bantam D7 - more "fun" than the Ducati.
1998 Honda CG125 - great in slow traffic.
1981 Suzuki SB200 2-stroke twin - undergoing rebuild.
Gallery Project
“Technological progress has merely provided us with more efficient means for going backwards.” - Aldous Huxley.

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Post by briankenyon » Sun Mar 03, 2019 10:01 am

hi mick
interested in the auto box do you have a price in mind
thanks brian



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Post by MickP » Sun Mar 03, 2019 10:24 am

Hi Brian,

The auto box is 100% working and useable but was removed from my car as the fluid I removed from it was pretty brown looking and I had just been offered the new box at a fair price.

I would not want to sell it for it to fail in the near future after someone had spent time fitting it - it ill probably last for years yet though. If you want it you can have it if you can sort out collection. Only condition is that you don't sell it on for money.

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SOLD: 1978 SE6a Auto.
1997 Ducati 900SS - Last carb. model.
1960 BSA Bantam D7 - more "fun" than the Ducati.
1998 Honda CG125 - great in slow traffic.
1981 Suzuki SB200 2-stroke twin - undergoing rebuild.
Gallery Project
“Technological progress has merely provided us with more efficient means for going backwards.” - Aldous Huxley.

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Post by briankenyon » Sun Mar 03, 2019 10:51 am

hi mick
will send you a pm



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Post by kapri » Sun Mar 03, 2019 12:17 pm

How much for the steel air filter please?



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Post by Coupe Racing » Sun Mar 03, 2019 12:36 pm

kapri wrote:
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How much for the steel air filter please?
I have already enquired about this - sorry


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Post by MickP » Sun Mar 03, 2019 1:41 pm

Los of people asking about the timing gears and especially the air filter :shock: Where have they all gone to.

The timing gears are the old set removed from my engine - the nylon type. I don't recommend anyone using them so I will probably just chuck them out.

I will let the first man get back to me on the filter and if we are both happy with condition, price, etc then it goes to him. If not then the 2nd.... and so on.

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SOLD: 1978 SE6a Auto.
1997 Ducati 900SS - Last carb. model.
1960 BSA Bantam D7 - more "fun" than the Ducati.
1998 Honda CG125 - great in slow traffic.
1981 Suzuki SB200 2-stroke twin - undergoing rebuild.
Gallery Project
“Technological progress has merely provided us with more efficient means for going backwards.” - Aldous Huxley.

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Post by rebel alliance » Sun Mar 03, 2019 2:56 pm

Are the tail lights available



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Post by MickP » Sun Mar 03, 2019 3:29 pm

Tail lights now gone.

Dunlop wheels provisionally sold.

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SOLD: 1978 SE6a Auto.
1997 Ducati 900SS - Last carb. model.
1960 BSA Bantam D7 - more "fun" than the Ducati.
1998 Honda CG125 - great in slow traffic.
1981 Suzuki SB200 2-stroke twin - undergoing rebuild.
Gallery Project
“Technological progress has merely provided us with more efficient means for going backwards.” - Aldous Huxley.

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Post by MickP » Mon Mar 04, 2019 4:26 am

Hello again all.

I will try to get stuff sorted out a bit this week at some point and will put up separate posts for things to cut down a bit on confusion :?

Also, I will post when something has gone - please don't get upset if you don't get a personal PM response, there are just so many of them at the moment and some are slipping through the net.

Regarding some of the items in the picture:
Radiators are scrap - unless needed for re-coring. Will also need pipe soldered in for earlier type header tank. I only had the one pipe so had to swap when changing radiators.
Heater matrix is a good original, not an uprated one.
Front shocks are scrap or for re-build?
Rear shocks might do if really stuck, especially the blue ones.
Alternators are 70 and 75 Watt, one has noisy bearings, the other needs the regulator replaced.
Cylinder heads bought by me years ago, sprayed with oil and sat on the bench - they look sound. Were going to get hardened valve seats fitted.
Gearbox is free to collect - not for me to arrange a courier for you - sorry but I have a lot of other things to be doing.
Starter motor was my good spare - little wear on the brushes and clean. Rubber end cap is missing, as they usually are.

MickP. :wink:


SOLD: 1978 SE6a Auto.
1997 Ducati 900SS - Last carb. model.
1960 BSA Bantam D7 - more "fun" than the Ducati.
1998 Honda CG125 - great in slow traffic.
1981 Suzuki SB200 2-stroke twin - undergoing rebuild.
Gallery Project
“Technological progress has merely provided us with more efficient means for going backwards.” - Aldous Huxley.

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Post by MickP » Mon Mar 04, 2019 3:31 pm

Even though I have got rid of a Saab and a Scimitar I still seem to have a hell of a lot of stuff, I even found three Wolfrace wheels. They have, at some time, been painted with varnish or something and then an attempt has been made to remove it much later.

However, they appear to be completely free from dents or kerbing marks. They would be good to powder coat or to replace a missing spare. Only problem might be sending them as I believe the cheapo couriers don't like wheels - unless they mean complete wheel and tyre combinations :?: .
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SOLD: 1978 SE6a Auto.
1997 Ducati 900SS - Last carb. model.
1960 BSA Bantam D7 - more "fun" than the Ducati.
1998 Honda CG125 - great in slow traffic.
1981 Suzuki SB200 2-stroke twin - undergoing rebuild.
Gallery Project
“Technological progress has merely provided us with more efficient means for going backwards.” - Aldous Huxley.

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