Stu's Zephyr 750 C1 Restomisation Project

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Re: Stu's Zephyr 750 C1 Restomisation Project

Postby Swampy » 17 Dec 2017, 09:52

Looking good Stu :)
Keep up the good work :)
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Re: Stu's Zephyr 750 C1 Restomisation Project

Postby Stu » 27 Apr 2018, 17:53

Long time, no post.

It's been a long winter, I've been uncomfortable with some dodgy muscles playing up, and I've completely lost interest! The sunshine we've had over the last few days has lit a fire underneath me and I'm feeling like doing stuff again. I'll be back in the garage over the weekend.

First jobs will be to kick the Versys back into shape so I've got something to ride. Quick service, oil, filter, plugs, new seals and pads in the brakes, new chain and sprockets to replace the rusty junk on the back, and fix a fork seal. Should be done this weekend, but more importantly will get it out the way of the Zephyr and get me kickstarted for the year.

Normal service should be resumed shortly. :roll:
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Re: Stu's Zephyr 750 C1 Restomisation Project

Postby Stu » 25 Jun 2019, 12:31

After 18months or more of procrastination I’ve finally admitted to myself that I’m not going to finish this project. Many reasons, none of which are relevant here, but I just don’t have the time. I’m reducing lots of clutter in my life and this is part of it.

I’m either going to sell it whole as an unfinished project or (more likely) break it up and flog it as bits. It will be sad to break it, there’s a lot of good work gone into it already and not a lot involved in finishing it, so if anyone feels like taking it on, please get in touch.

Details in the For Sale section.
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