Pieced together over a number of years and assembled here to give a representation of the parts which are in included. The make of the frame is unknown; but there is a period head badge with the bike. This being: Cycles, Automobiles, Motocyclettes - Albert Pignaux, Checy, France.
Specifications as follows.
64cm from the centre of the bottom bracket to the top of the saddle tube.
Down tube: 32.55mm diameter x 51cm long (lug end to lug end)
Saddle tube: 32mm diameter x 55cm long (lug end to lug end)
Cross bar: 28.3mm diameter 50cm long (lug end to lug end)
Oversized cottered bottom bracket (this has a newly machined bearing housing and will require further work in finish.)
Front fork: Early oversized double plate fork crown with drilled fork ends.
Chainset and drive:
Period correct square section 6.1/2" cranks with correct chainwheel pattern. (40 tooth x 1/8"x 1/2")
New old stock "Marco" 20 tooth x 1/8"x1/2".
Period correct split rubber 4" pedals with good bearings.
26" x 1.3/4" westwood rims with period oversize hubs and Michelin tyres. The rear wheel has been rebuilt recently and loosely assembled with the belt drive rim. The front wheel appears to be new old stock.
Period correct 1/4 round new old stock steel mudguards. These will need the mudguard stays making and fitting correctly to the frame.
Period correct Brooks B90 leather saddle with early fretted Brooks badge.
Early upright swept back handlebars with period wooden grips. 25.5mm diameter tube. 53cm wide ( centres )
Other parts include: Rear brake stirrup clamp, Rear mounting foot rest and a pair of usable brake levers which can be adapted to the shape of the handlebars.
A good opportunity for someone looking to build a pioneer motorcycle, who has a period Clement type engine and the other parts to finish it. This, of course; can also be done in my workshops for the buyer if required.