Christmas at the beach

G6 MotoSports are taking a few days off to spend with family by the Atlantic Ocean!! We’ll re-open for business Wednesday Dec 28, just in time to take a few days off for the New Years!! We hope and pray that everyone has a wonderful Merry Christmas and Outstanding New Year!!

Of course Santa rides a Triumph, but he loves his Vincent too!!!
For unto us a Child is born, Unto us a Son is given; And the government will be upon His shoulder. And His name will be called Wonderful, Counselor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father, Prince of Peace.
Isa 9:6
May the Lord Jesus bless you in every way this season and always!!

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FYI, I am not accepting any new customers and am working towards semi-retirement in the next year and half or so. If you have a pre ’70 vintage bike, I will gladly make an exception and schedule your bike as soon as possible. Especially British and American makes, since that’s my specialty and joy.

Please forgive me any inconvenience this may cause, but so far I’m free to make the rules. And deer hunting season is upon us, so it would be prudent to call ahead and make sure I’m in the shop before dropping by.


G6 MotoSports will open late tomorrow due to Ron having to play the role of plumber since our hot water heater is on the fritz…

If it ain’t one thing, it’s ten others, as a wise man once said.

So, enjoy a few pics of recent projects I’ve been working on….

1941 Indian 4
1941 Indian 4 in full patina
1948 Panhead Chopper custom
1978 CB750 complete rebuild. Yes, that’s a magnifying glass for my old eyes…
1974 CB175 top end rebuild ready to install in newly painted frame and a bit of cafe pieces.
1971 Triumph TR6C repairing a very poor attempt to rebuild, .060″ OS pistons with damaged ring lands and seized piston rings along with obvious piston damage… Not to mention the new valve springs with horridly worn valve guides. Eventually will make a nice desert sled of this old iron.
And our youngest son and his wife bringing our newest Grandbaby home a few weeks ago!!
Three classics in a row. 57 Ariel Square Four, 41 Indian and 48 Panhead.