The frame, bodywork and fittings have been repainted and all plated parts have been restored. The motor was dismantled and has had new pistons, cylinder liners and valves fitted. It has done no more than 1000 miles since restoration. John Wallace organised a carburrettor, which was one of the very few parts missing when the bike was unearthed. Albert Wallis made a replica exhaust for the machine with steel pipes and aluminium fishtails. The original exhaust and tank are included with the purchase.
 
 

Brough Superior 680 Combination
 As found prior to restoration in 1979-80
The bike had been dismantled and hidden in Holland during WWII

1933 Brough Superior 680