|Shiny alloy fenders give this Bullet a racy look.|
The owner, John, didn't much care what it was when he bought it in 1993 according to Chris Thompson, who is selling the motorcycle to help John cut back on his collection.
"He just liked the way it looked," Chris said.
|It's an "Enfield" but not one from India.|
|Gorgeous nacelle really draws attention.|
|Is that the speedometer drive on the rear wheel?|
Why does the tank say just "Enfield," instead of Royal Enfield?
The ad says that the motorcycle was restored 20 years ago. Perhaps the restorer finished it to his liking without regard to the year of manufacture. Again, if it was a trials model being switched to a road bike it would need some additions, such as the nacelle, to hold the lights and instruments.
|It's a Model JS.|
Asking price in the ad is $6,800 and Chris is hoping it draws quick attention because John has other British motorcycles to sell, too: he mentioned Triumph, Vincent and Norton.
|Nacelle has light switch on right.|
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