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This is new section where we can show the new guards we are working on or announce upcoming events
We will be at the VMCCWA Swapmeet at the Cannington Showgrounds on Sunday 26 March 2017.
We also have a regular site at the Bendigo and Ballarat Swapmeets.
Later this year we will again be travelling East for the National Veteran Rally in the Barossa Valley 17-22 Sept.
I wish you all to know about the superb reproduction rear mudguard that has just been made for me by Vintage Steel in Australia (I am in the UK).
All I can say, is following my commissioning of the manufacture (why not the REC?) of a rear mudguard for my 1937 Sports Special. That their communication, speed off delivery and quality of workmanship is totally exceptional. Please see the photo of my mudguard against Roger Gilett's original mudguard (he kindly allowed me to take missing drawing measurements). Note the beautifully shaped "duck tail" end that has been superbly folded and rolled.
The Sports Special rear mudguard is exactly the same as the 37/39 Ulster rear mudguard, other than it has the addition of the two side panels for mounting the twin toolboxes, so they can also provide.
Please be assured that I have no other connection with Vintage Steel, other than being a very satisfied and impressed customer.
Their Web site is www.vintagesteel.com.au
These 1920's Norton 5" mudguards are soon going to be available. Orders have started accumulating so we have invested in the CAD drawings and commissioned a set of CNC machined rollers to be made. Later this month (March) we hope to be testing the process and running some samples by the judges. Let us know here if you are interested.
We are currently investigating the possible demand for mudguards to suit these 1920's Triumph models.
If you or anyone you know is interested in ordering some, please get in touch with us here and let us know.
Today we finished two different pairs of Veteran Douglas guards made to clients drawings
Here are some pics of the latest guards we are working on. The finishing touches are being sorted for a Rudge Ulster and Sports Special two piece rear guard. Pictured is the prototype side view.
We have also started making the tooling for pressing the valances and sides of the Indian 101 Front fender. Pictured is the profile view of this large American fender.
The Indian Harley Club of Bunbury, WA is planning a midweek ride to visit our workshop for a tour on Wednesday 15 February 2017. To see if you can join in either contact IHC@wildapricot.org or email us here.