Tuesday 5 July 2016

British Seagull 102 series restoration?

This will be my last 'customer ' restoration of a British Seagull?

Click on the images to enlarge them.

I say 'the last' as the cost to parts and labour just is not cheap, time taken is countless hours, which if I charged on a normal mechanics or a plumbers hourly rate would escalate my charges beyond affordability?

I have one more 102 series similar to the one in the picture, that will be done as an in house stock motor and for sale.

The engine above came in last February 2015, that is over six months ago, the time to source spare parts comes to much of that time and of course the final cost to the restoration.

The same engine, bench tested and ready to be collected?


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