Bonhams : 1969 Royal Enfield 736cc Interceptor Series II Frame no. 5527 Engine no. IB1168
1969 Royal Enfield 736cc Interceptor Series II Frame no. 5527 Engine no. IB1168

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Lot 411
1969 Royal Enfield 736cc Interceptor Series II
Registration no. YPG 56G Frame no. 5527 Engine no. IB1168

Sold for £ 8,280 (US$ 10,546) inc. premium
1969 Royal Enfield 736cc Interceptor Series II
Registration no. YPG 56G
Frame no. 5527
Engine no. IB1168
Although it sold in relatively small numbers compared to the more popular BSA and Triumph twins, Royal Enfield's Interceptor had a character all of its own and even today commands a loyal following.

A US market model, this Series II Interceptor has covered some 2,000 miles since the engine was rebuilt with re-sleeved cylinder barrels and standard-size Hepolite pistons. Other recent works include renewing the timing, primary, and final drive chains; fitting two new Amal Concentric carburettors; and fitting two new tyres. In addition, the electrics have been upgraded with a Boyer Bransden stator plate, transistor box, and voltage regulator, while other enhancements include a Bob Newby clutch, oil cooler, oil pressure gauge, and flashing indictors. Described by the private vendor as in generally good condition, though slightly smoky on the left cylinder, the machine is offered with sundry bills and a V5C document.

Footnotes

  • As with all Lots in the Sale, this Lot is sold 'as is/where is' and Bidders must satisfy themselves as to the provenance, condition, age, completeness and originality prior to bidding.

Saleroom notices

  • The Frame Number is F1771. The V5C incorrectly records frame number 5527 (a headstock casting number). The Royal Enfield Owners Club may be able to assist the successful purchaser in rectifying the frame number with the DVLA.
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1969 Royal Enfield 736cc Interceptor Series II Frame no. 5527 Engine no. IB1168
1969 Royal Enfield 736cc Interceptor Series II Frame no. 5527 Engine no. IB1168
1969 Royal Enfield 736cc Interceptor Series II Frame no. 5527 Engine no. IB1168
1969 Royal Enfield 736cc Interceptor Series II Frame no. 5527 Engine no. IB1168
1969 Royal Enfield 736cc Interceptor Series II Frame no. 5527 Engine no. IB1168
1969 Royal Enfield 736cc Interceptor Series II Frame no. 5527 Engine no. IB1168
1969 Royal Enfield 736cc Interceptor Series II Frame no. 5527 Engine no. IB1168
1969 Royal Enfield 736cc Interceptor Series II Frame no. 5527 Engine no. IB1168
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