Gone to USA
Pair Standard size Vintage Douglas 2.75 flat tank motorcycle engine barrels, pistons, gudgeon pins & rings.
This is a very nice set of oily barrels for the 1920-1926 models as they are STD size, 60.8mm. Douglas Motorcycles varied the bore of the 2 3/4 models over the years. I think they began with 60.5, changing to 61mm in 1913. They remained at 61mm during WW1, only to change to 60.8mm in 1920.
There have been some fin repairs and one is still required if you feel the need. I have pointed it out in one of the images.
As you can see, the barrels come with the valves, (used) and a nice set of valve guides and springs.
The bores are nice.They are used, of course, but they are oily and not plagued by rust. The pistons are used and come complete with the gudgeon pins and piston rings.
I happen to have a crank that would suit this set of Douglas 2 3/4 barrels. The crank has connecting rods. I also have a set of crank cases. These items are not included in the sale here. I just mention them in case there is interest.
A set of vintage Douglas 2.75hp engine barrels in this condition are hard to find.
International shipping available. Please ask.
Combined shipping available.
Viewing: Please come and check it over before you buy. It is at PE28, near St Ives in Cambridgeshire.
Shipping: I usually ship to most destinations. If you don’t see a price, please ask. Thanks. International shipping available.
Collection: If you don’t want it shipped, I have plenty of space. If you can’t collect for a while, it’s not a problem. However, I will need to be paid very soon after the sale. Thanks.
Payment: Good old fashioned money on collection is preferred. I can accept payment through PayPal or by bank transfer as well.
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