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technotony007

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1991 BMW K100 16v project / barn find / café racer project.
 
This is a project I started, last November to build a cafe racer. The reality of life to me now is , due to work is I simply just haven’t got the time to do this hence the reason for selling.  The main parts in this sale are as follows, but is more of those little fiddly items in bags.  This job lot should someone a good head start in building such a project on budget.
Frame (with headstock shells) with logbook (in my name) and past MOTs.
Front & rear wheel with tyres
Top & bottom yokes with headstock bearings.
Engine with cam cover missing that has covered 43K miles (sold to me on that basis )
Gearbox 
Connecting drive train to bevel drive with rear disk.
Rear ABS brake calliper.
Front & rear ABS units with connecting pipes.
Original Rear tail unit silver
Original belly ban silver (needs repairing.)
Throttle bodies.
wiring loom, with various electrical bits and pieces
locking petrol cap and ignition and one key 
front wheel shaft
air box
front sub frame 
coils
radiator guard
inner fairing parts
Handlebars
Bags of various fixings 
These are the main parts I can identify, there is probably much more little fiddly items that I can’t recognise.  Please see photos. 
did a HPI number check on 83700 , it came back : 7 owners , no colour changes ,no stolen record , not scrapped , no record of being a total loss claim by insurers,
Any questions please let me know, 


£250  for a job lot of parts , that is worth more if separately.

If there is any parts you like buy separate , please get in contact. on here or adhawyes@me.com


i have this on ebay as well , and there is photos too .but would rather sell on here to someone who will give it some love.... Very Happy


http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/171696479592?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1555.l2649


buyer arranges collection or courier
 




Regards
Tony 

    

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