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Raber's Parts Mart Auction
  Just found at Rabers: 1957 Ariel Square Four in very good shape.

  
1974 Triumph TR6, Last one sold in California, low miles 53,623 its been stored in garage.  Bob Raber is the second owner of this sports car.
1973 Triumph Daytona T100R, Runs Well, first kick start, nice solid machine, needs minor repairs to make roadworthy.
1973 Norton Commando, starts and runs, great resto platform or make minor repairs for true-grit daily rider. 
 
1959 Triumph T110 Tiger with T120 Bonneville twin carb head. Low mileage on total overhaul and restoration. This motorcycle is dusty from storage but ready to RIDE. It has fully rebuilt mechanicals and a modern electronic BTH magneto. Must see!
1968 Norton P11, Numbers Matching, Great Condition, Mostly Original. 
The P11 was a factory competition bike even more special than the Triumph TT. They used a special chrome molly racing frame that was built for the racing only G85, lightweight parts, hot rod 750 engine. Highly desired by special brit bike collectors and riders.

1990 Honda GB500, Runs Well, Good Condition. 
1978 Triumph TR7RV, RUNS WELL!!, Numbers Matching, Great Resto Candidate. 
1975 Norton 850 Commando MkIII Electric Start, Runs Well, Good Condition.
 
1970 Triumph Bonneville T120R, Numbers Matching, functioning TwinTone horns, Great Resto Candidate, has engine issues-will need rebuild.
1969 Triumph Bonneville
 the "Best Bonnie" according to many. Runs VERY WELL. This one has a 750 Chantland kit on it, original paint, correct TwinTone horns.
     
1971 BSA A65 Thunderbolt 650
single carb, runs well.
     
1974 Triumph T120V Bonneville, 650
twin carb with a 5 speed and disc brake, RUNS VERY WELL! 
  
1977 Triumph T140V Bonneville
Runs Well, nice paint, needs minor repairs to make roadworthy.
     
1948 Ariel 500 Twin
Project Bike/Parts Lot
     
REAL TREASURE FOUND AT RABERS
1966 TRIUMPH T120TT SURVIVOR


The 1966 TT was a special motorcycle sold by Triumph for off-road
racing. They were considered the fastest motorcycle one could buy in 1966 with 11 to 1 compression, hot cams, big carburetors.
Most of these machines lived a hard life on the racetrack or beat up on the street. This is a very rare survivor that is light, fast and very fun to ride. Easy to convert to street use. Sold with a title.

Matching numbers
Original paint, seat, even grips
Original British Dunlop tires
Original Special 389/95 Amal Carburetors
Most nuts and bolts show no wrench marks

Here is a listing of motorcycles Available
73 Norton Commando fastback

72 Norton Commando, nice Combat?,
68 BSA Thunderbolt with matching engine
75 Norton Commando
59 Triumph Bonneville solid bike!
75 Norton Commando
74 Triumph T120V rare 650 5 speed
75 Triumph T150V
83 Honda Ascot
72 Norton Commando
74 Triumph T150V
82 Honda Ascot
69 Triumph Bonneville Chantland 750
70 Triumph Bonneville
73 Norton 850 Commando
72 Norton Commando Combat
69? Norton Fastback
65 BSA A65 project
48 Ariel Twin
50s Ariel Square 4 project
74 Redline Triumph Tracker
71 BSA B50SS project
50s BSA A10 project
66 Triumph T120TT looks very original, parts with it. Treasure
69 BSA Royal Star project, rare 500 twin
78 Yamaha YZ400
77 Triumph T140V
78 Triumph TR7
71 BSA Lightning
71 BSA Thunderbolt
72 Norton Commando
70 Triumph Bonneville
70 Norton Commando S
72 Norton Hi Rider project
71 Norton Commando
90 Honda GB500
83 Honda Ascot
56 BSA B32 Competition Chopper
73 Triumph T100R
72 Norton 750 Interstate
     BSA A10
63 Triumph Bonneville T120
68 Norton P11 - 3 different machines
74 Triumph T150V

More as we dig them out Also 1974 Triumph TR6 Roadster, looks solid

Triumph Redline Flat Track TT, TLS front brake, Akront, Barnes, Bates, Ceriani, Hurst Airheart, 1967 Triumph T120 partial engine, turns freely, low miles, low hours! 









1956 BSA B32 Competition Alloy Clipper, magneto sparks, bottom end turns freely, 85mm bore, 65-2442/2446 cams, rad bar risers, it's been suggested that the CD prefix signifies Competition Department. 











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Raber's Collection
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Misc Parts



Motors, cases,and covers



Motor Parts



Instruments, Carbs, Misc Hardware
and tools




Exhaust, body parts and tanks.




Chassis and suspension







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