1950 VINCENT BLACK LIGHTNING RACING BIKE 49 Chevy pickup truck 61 Chrysler New Yorker BATTLESBRIDGE
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STARTING OUR 1950 VINCENT BLACK LIGHTNING RACING BIKE Battlesbridge classic vehicle show
Filmed by Ruthie 26/9/10 at Battlesbridge classic vehicle show, Essex. We
towed our 1950 Vincent Black Lightning racer with our white American 1961
Chrysler New Yorker, seen next to the bike. We had to bring a rolling road
to start the bike as there is no kick or electric start. There were only
32 of these very special Vincents ever made, so they tend to draw a crowd
(especially when started up). I have made more Youtube videos of the bike
CRUISING HOTROD HAYRIDE CAMPSITE 2010 CLASSIC CARS TRUCKS 30S 40S 50S 60S TRAILER TRAILOR
PLEASE FIND ALL MY 24 VIDEOS FROM THIS WHOLE BRILLIANT 1950S ROCKABILLY
WEEKENDER & 2 PHOTO ALBUM LINKS. Part 1 of my Hotrod Hayride 2010 photo
We were just cruising around the whole campsite in our own 1961 Chrysler
New Yorker. I hope this gives you all a taste of what goes on for some of
us eccentrics in life. Filmed by Ruthie 31st July 2010 at the Hotrod
Hayride annual rockabilly hotrod camping weekender. Location: Bisley
Pavilion, Bisley Camp, Queens Road, Brookwood, Surrey GU24 ONY, ENGLAND.
Silverstone Egli Vincent
Camera fitted to front fork leg to show problem with gear selection.
Ben Kingham on the Egli Vincent at the Silverstone Classic meeting July
1950 Chrysler Windsor 2door
Nicely restored! Definitely a quality interior..and lots of chrome, both
inside and outside. This car has Chrysler's Fluid Drive, a semiautomatic
transmission. Just right for a small family..no back doors for junior to
open while the car's in motion. The cost of restoration for this car must
have been quite high, considering the large amount of chrome!
Vincent 1950's V Twin 1000cc
Don reviews the iconic 1950's Vincent motorcycle. In its day it was
advertised as the fastest standard road bike and was perhaps the super-bike
of that period.
It was successful in sprints, hillclimbs and achieved world speed records.
With tuning and running on dope it could reach speeds in excess of 200mph.
Manufactured in Stevenage, the engineers used some exceptional components
which included a rear cantilever mono shock suspension, twin brakes in both
wheels and incorporated the engine as part of the frame - in many ways it
was ahead of it time.
Out on the road, Don enthuses about its performance and likens it to a
modern machine. He explains, the power will effortlessly pull you up from
low revs to 100mph. He feels its a majestic ride and you get a sense that
this is one of the best bikes ever made.
A truly iconic bike in the history of motorcycling.
1966 Chevy Pick Up
2012 AutoRama Car Show in Detroit, Michigan. Feb 19, 2012
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Classic Bike Guide: V-force - 2010 1330cc Godet Egli Vincent Vc. 1955 1000cc Norvin
For any builder of British classic based specials, the Vincent engine must
surely be top of the power unit charts. Vincent went out of business almost
60 years ago yet such is the reverence in which they're held that all parts
are once more available today. This means that originals can be maintained
and new ones can be produced. We take a close look at two different
variations of a theme...
Read the whole article in Classic Bike Guide magazine May 2011 - Issue 241.
See more: http://www.classicbikeguide.com