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Chopper

 

Unique opportunity to acquire a one-off custom built Ironside Chopper.  This Ultima is fitted with a 1636 CC/100 CI engine with HD 6 speed gearbox.

 

Unique opportunity to acquire a one-off custom built Ironside Chopper.  This Ultima is fitted with a 1636 CC/100 CI engine with HD 6 speed gearbox.  The frame is an Ultima soft tail frame.  The motorcycle was built new in 2009 and has never been registered on the road.  It comes with a Minister’s Approval Certificate for Registration on to the UK roads dated 2009. 


The bike is a one off built uniquely by Ironside Choppers as a tribute bike to the late World Rally Champion Richard Burns.  It carries the blue and yellow Subaru livery of Burn’s World Champion winning Impreza and details of his long and successful rally career.  There is also an image of the former champion embossed on the fuel tank.  It has been autographed by dozens of sporting greats including Sir Stirling Moss, Jackie Stewart, Leon Haslam and James Hayden plus many more.  

The bike, when originally built, cost over £18,000 and has been used primarily to raise money for the Richard Burns Foundation for the following years since 2009.  The bike has been used as a promotional tool for other related business.  The bike was purchased last year by a private collector and has been in storage since.

Offered for sale privately this time by its current owner.  Full details are available on the bike.

 

Price on Application: info@mssholdings.co.uk

 

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