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Old 09-10-05, 03:26 AM   #1
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Ive been restoring old bikes for many years including shaft drives and BSA 1911 and 1935 and 1950s and other 1930s bikes. These restorations are from ground up and i build my own wheels.

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I have an ealy 1900s mans frame 23 x26 with Chater Lea cranks marked chater Lea London and head set parts marked Chater Lea. i would like to know the first year of manufacture and when they moved there factory from London to Letchworth, Hertfordshire?
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Hi,
I've a 1958 Ariel 500cc single VH Red Hunter and a un-registered LE Velocette.
I've also a couple of bicycles
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