I picked up a pack of 1/4″ x 24 tpi nuts so managed to mount the primary cover and the front fender stays. I need some more for the rears. The primary cover came from Dewey Rice and it fitted perfectly without any adjustment needed.
The ’10 is a running, riding bike now. She won’t get a lot of miles but she will see the road. This is a very correct bike and I will apply for a Pioneer certificate and get her on the London to Brighton run.
I thought it about time I put up a video of the 1910. She starts easy and runs great.
This lovely little 1911 single is for sale on eBay. Belt drive and correct open magneto.
It is listed as a 1911 and an 8A which is a ’12. It is clearly an ’11 rolling chassis but there is no VIN to confirm the year of the motor. It’s a bargain if the motor is ’11 but an expensive mis-match if the motor is a ’12. (I have asked him).
He tells me that the VIN is 8432A so that IS a 1911. The 28″ wheels make it a 7C but it appears that the VIN has been polished off the cylinder base and the case. But it’s still a lovely bike.