Holmeslice wrote:Dear DWS,
I have several MK2s, a MK3, and a couple of MK4 chassis in my shop. If you can wait until business hours Monday, I will gladly send detailed photos illustrating the differences.
beng wrote:Mk2 was least used, prototyped in 1967 and raced in 1968.
beng wrote:Seeley Mk2. Notice the boxed swingarm mounting and straight tube for rear subframe shock-mounting.
beng wrote:So through 1968 the Seeley Mk1 and Mk2 was a very limited production racer for people who either wanted to upgrade their old AMC single, or wanted a new one that was maybe a little lighter and more competitive than a standard G50 or Manx.
beng wrote:So did someone take one of the rare Mk1 or Mk2 Seeley bikes, alter it and run it with a Norton engine before 1969? All you have to do to make any Wet Dream or Unicorn a reality is simply come up with the documentation for it. And "documentation" means a record from 1968 or earlier made of paper or film, not hot air and wishes....
Dances with Shrapnel wrote: And remember that we are making history as we go, so we are historically correct.
Rohan wrote: » Sun Feb 26, 2012 12:45 am Why the obsession with 1968 ? In most parts of the world, classic racing covers up to only 1963. After that, its in Post Classic class. Which is generally to 1972, although I don't know the history on that. That would cover about any Norton 750cc twin in any Seeley frame ??
Holmeslice wrote: » Sun Feb 26, 2012 7:44 am This guy Benji spends too much time trying point out how fake others to illustrate how "real" he is (which is its own transparent affectation). I say he gets out from behind his tough-talking keyboard and comes on out. I'll really beat him on his own bike.
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