62k miles with a ton of history it runs like a Swiss Watch. Honda CX 500 B motorcycle (1981) For sale my CX 500 in good condition very small ding in tank, runs great, frame powder coated. 2 keys MOT to heavy for me now at 72 find it hard to push in and .....Full Stainless systen up to the original can which is in pristine condition. 1970 Honda CB450 Twin Black Bomber This 70's Classic Motorcycle has just arrived with ourselves.• No medical or health questions, • Guaranteed acceptance – for UK residents aged 50-80, • 3 times your benefit amount up to £60,000 - if death is due to an accident, • Guaranteed no increases – fixed monthly premiums, cost will never increase, • Choose your benefit amount from £2,000 up to £20,000 – depending on your age, • There is no cash-in value at any time, • Ensure you choose enough benefit amount, as inflation may reduce its buying power over time, • Depending on how long you live, you may pay in more than we pay out.• Immediate cover for accidental death – plus death by any cause cover after 24 months, • Guaranteed no increases – fixed monthly premiums will never increase, • Cover is free from the policy anniversary following each life insured’s 95th birthday.
Each Motor Coach has the portion nearest its cab set aside for the engine-room, which contains the floor-mounted engine/generator-set that provides motive power and electrical supply for a load equivalent to 3 carriages.Our three fully-restored motor coaches are fitted with TPWS, which forms part of the signalling system on many UK rail routes.This view of an underframe illustrates the TPWS antenna which picks up coded magnetic signals from transmitter loops mounted on the track between the running rails.The main generator beneath it, and the auxilliary generator at far right, are seen to advantage in this view.The first seven “Hastings” DEMUs (numbers 1001 – 1007) were built on underframes already fabricated at Eastleigh for locomotive-hauled coaching-stock, which were of shorter than standard length; in these short-underframed, or “6S”, units, one saloon (or the engine & guard’s compartment) occupies the length of 4 window-bays/seating-bays, the other only three.
Visible at top right is the interface for the TPWS. The cab sports a “sunflower” indicator and reset-button for AWS, fitted prior to the unit’s return to main-line running; and, just above is the button for DRA.