• Detailed, step by step guide – points to look for
• Value of each model
• Spares prices
• Auction guide
• Restore, or pay more to start with?
• Problems that arise with lack of use
• Useful contacts – clubs, parts suppliers, restorers
• Facts & figures
• No-nonsense, straightfoward guide to buying a Bullet
How to buy a secondhand Royal Enfield Bullet – the various models available, what to check, and problem points to look out for, plus investment potential, specifications and useful contacts.
This step-by-step guide to buying a secondhand Royal Enfield Bullet includes everything a buyer needs to know: assessment of engine, transmission, frame, paintwork and chrome, tinwork, wheels and tyres, brakes, electrics, and even an explanation of engine and frame numbers.
Included is a run down of the various Bullet models, and an assessment of which of these offers the best investment potential, including the rare diesel and Fritz Egli versions. Plus, there’s detailed advice on auctions, paperwork, problems due to lack of use, and useful contacts.