|The last-built Royal Enfield Iron Barrel Bullet in its shipping crate|
Classic Motorworks will work with Royal Enfield of Fort Worth, the largest Royal Enfield dealer in North America. Classic Motorworks has been the largest U.S. supplier of parts and accessories for Royal Enfield. It was based in Faribault, Minn.
In his eBay ad, Kevin explains the importance of the last Iron Barrel Bullet, and how he came to own it.
|The Iron Barrel motor so familiar in Royal Enfield's long history.|
"I bought it because I love the Iron Barrels and knew the historical value of this bike. I have kept it in the original packing crate since 2008. We are moving our business to Texas and although it pains me to part with it, the time has come. It has been in a climate controlled warehouse and when I opened it a week or so ago it was in perfect condition...
|The "Final Edition" models carried special graphics.|
"The nickname 'Iron Barrel' comes from the construction of the engine, which has a cast iron cylinder barrel with a steel liner."
Kevin notes that the motorcycle will come to its buyer in the packing crate. If the new owner intends to use it he will have to put on the front fender and wheel and do his own "dealer prep."
|This one is for history: The final Iron Barrel VIN number!|
The Classic Motorworks store will be revamped under the Royal Enfield of Fort Worth banner, according to the press release. New orders and inquiries about parts should go to Royal Enfield of Fort Worth at 888-415-8986.
|The unmistakable nacelle of the long-lived Royal Enfield Bullet.|
Classic Motorworks will continue to be the U.S. supplier of Cozy sidecars, and the popular Classic Motorworks Community Forum will continue to be supported on line, the press release said.