Bullet S bike may be the earliest of the Bullet Bikes introduced by Royal Enfield in 1933 and is historically significant. It is in renovated, show condition and has not been run for run for over 10 years.
This early Bullet, Serial No. 3298 with Engine BO 1216, was manufactured in 1933 and first registered in 1934.
It was advanced for the time with foot change 4 speed box with gear indicator, twin up-swept exhausts, twist grip advance and retard plus other hand controlled functions.
The Mark Specialist advises that the bike was a very early one, possibly pre- production ?, as such details as the primary cover were pressings on the production models where this machine has alloy castings,
It is renovated with the engine reputedly rebuilt some years ago by a former owner.
It has not been run for some years until in my possession, it now runs and has a reconditioned magneto
Its rarity makes it an ideal addition to any early British bike collection and a good investment..
Comes with some info and the V5. Reg No AYA 57
The above info was given to me by the previous owner.
The bike was taken in px for my Riley car and is now looking for its next owner.
£6750, poss px if it helps
I am able to assist with delivery