1967 Royal Enfield Interceptor Mk. 1A 750

1967 Royal Enfield Interceptor

Price: US $13,500.00
Item location: Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States
Make: Royal Enfield
Model: Interceptor
Type: Standard
Year: 1967
Mileage: 222
VIN: 1A414
Color: Black
Engine size: 736
Vehicle Title: Clear

Rare, 967 Royal Enfield Interceptor Mk. 1 A that iscompletely restored, ngine, ransmission, rame, hromeand cycle parts,with 222 break in miles. Matching engine and frame numbers. Mileage before rebuild was 14,700. This is an Interceptor 750 Road Scrambler TT7 with dispatch from Westwood (Bradford on Avon) underground factory."The Series 1A Interceptor was introduced in 1967 with two sub models GP7 and TT7. The major change was the introduction of coil ignition, liminating the magneto. The U.S. models received a new chrome tank, new seat, nstrument mounts, andlebar, enders etc. All 1A interceptors had twin Mark 1 Amal carburetors. The breather system was modified to eliminate most of the oil leak problem"
Manuals that come with the bike are NOS Original Parts Book, riginal Workshop Manual, ucas Service Manual, ndian Apache (Indian badged Royal Enfield Twin) Repair and Overhaul Manual, nd 2 original Sales Brochures.Only the best NOS parts were used in this comprehensive restoration,NOS cylinders, tc. Super rare optional air filter,electronic ignition, agon shocks with chrome shrouds, miths gray face speedo and tach rebuilt by Nisongers, ndnew Avon tires. This Interceptor runs and shifts well, nd pulls like a freight train.Small pin size ding on top of the chrome tank is the only flaw, nd only visible close up. This is a strong and fast bike, ith great torque. No leaks.Fully (statically and dynamically)balanced for vibration free riding. Comes with manuals, arts book, eriod sales brochures, keys,and clear Massachusetts title.The pictures tell the tale

On Feb-08-17 at 06:06:53 PST, eller added the following information:

In answer to a question about Interceptor production numbers, y research shows that only 760 Interceptor Mk1A's were manufactured (thanks Mark!) of which this Interceptor is number 414. The Mk2 production figure was very roughly twice that, ot counting approximately 200 left over motors when production ceased in 1970. Most of these went into Rickman production(google Floyd Clymer).I think 137 or so Rickmans were made with Interceptor Mk 2 motors. Compared to the vastly more numerous Triumph, orton and BSA's, nterceptors are very rare motorcycles, nown for their robust construction and excellent performance. FYI, he complete Royal Enfield archives are now owned by Hitchcocksmotorcycles, ncluding complete dispatch records.

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