Will try and get some pictures on for you later, my son is the computer wizard, so will need to ask him to help.
Thanks for your concern Derek and Paul, but I find I can't get my leg over (as the Bishop said to the actress) so find it difficult to ride, however she has been stood for a while and may need a little titivating. still starts on first spin of the motor.
I dont want an arm or a leg, I think at about £1500 whoever purchased would be getting a very good deal, over to you now people, let you decide what to do
Although I don't think its been ridden much in the last year or two, Stan has had the bike quite a few years now and it always looked well cared for.
So I guess you are flogging the Pan.
Yes, the bike will indeed be coming darn Sarf!!! I am currently in "negotiations" with "Divie's Deliveries" to see about him bringing it down for me on Derek's trailer. There is one minor issue that prevents me coming up on a train to collect it and that is a leaking front caliper seal. Plus there is no current MOT or Tax, so I had better be a good boy and be patient and wait to see what Paul can do for me.
I am hoping that it can be down here before Sean and Lynn arrive on the 10th May, so that he and I can mull over what to do about the Pan. Both he and I are reluctant to part with it, given it's sentimental history, but I have a feeling I know what the Late Motorcycle Pete would say.
If I do sell the Pan, I would love it to go to a site member to keep the memory alive of our dear friend Pete. But nothing is yet carved in stone.
silverfox wrote: If I do sell the Pan, I would love it to go to a site member to keep the memory alive of our dear friend Pete.
If it came to me, it would simply be to use for spares to keep mine on the road forever, so not really appropriate (plus I am running out of space).
They do get snapped up really quickly and have a good following. They are pretty economical and go like hell, so they make a good commuter and winter bike for anyone so inclined.