The back rim is now ready for the tire. Really looks nice and clean.
The seat had to be recovered and I got it done with a professional upholster.
The chroming of all the part looks great:
The engine is also taking shape and starting to look good:
We have some progress and the bike frame has been sprayed the original army green color and it’s looking very nice.
I have been searching online for more information on the Tiger and found “Justin The Tiger 90 Man” that was a great help with relevant information on the bike. This is some of the information he emailed me on the bike:
“H40852 a 1966 model T100SC made approximately on the 27th July 1965, one of 341 machines built and destined for Africa.
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Known engine details Energy Transfer ignition, 6Volt with 18 tooth gearbox sprocket.
These were the first 1966 machines made as far as I can tell and may feature late 1965 details.
Your machine is particularly rare !”
I was looking for more information about the original color sheme of the bike so we can start with Continue reading