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    What's it worth? I really have no idea

    I've been offered this little Enfield in px for one of my bikes and I genuinely have no idea what it's worth
    It's a Hitchcock 350 with 700 ish miles, in really nice condition. Runs and rides lovely. So come on give me an idea of value










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    Wow, thats a cracker. If it was a 1964 AJS Model 31 De Luxe I'd say its worth bugger all and that you'd be best shift it to me, but it isn't.

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    Florence, the trials kit alone costs £1480 plus VAT . It has done very little distance and looks in great order and I think if someone was looking for one you might easily realise £2 to £2.5K. Residuals are surprisingly good for good iron barrelled Bullets.

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    cracking machine

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    have you seen the state of the welding on the frame?

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    I can only see bird shite; could you point out the welding please 😁

    Sent from my SM-G935F using Tapatalk

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    Standard welding for an Indian built one.

    I sold my 500 iron barrel which was somewhat similar and in good condition, best I could get was £1200. At the time there were other bullets for sale, and some of them still are - one year later. It might look pretty but as it isnt a "real" classic, thay can be difficult to shift unless they are cheap enough.

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    This could make an ideal lands end trial bike?

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    Quote Originally Posted by chasbmw View Post
    This could make an ideal lands end trial bike?
    You will need to change the gearing ( used one on the ED and Lands End a few years ago)

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