November 03, 2007, 08:17:21 PMNice n Simple; the bike looks neat. Now i see the rear Reg Plate - Not Indian Front Mud-Guard, Tank Cap, Horn-Dip Switch, No Regulator makes it 80's bike. Got another Enfielder Friend there in Holland - Krijn Heerschap (email@example.com)
October 12, 2007, 03:27:57 AMhallo Chetan, Easy answer to your question. I bought it in Holland because I live there!! The previous owner (not user, too busy to earn money!) told me the machine was used in India by a dutch KLM pilot. He imported the Bullet in 1990. How long he used it in India and weather he bought it new or second hand is unknown. It is had 6V wiring and no regulator. I'm very glad with it!
October 04, 2007, 01:51:45 PMIk bought this bullet a month ago from a man who had it collecting dust for 3 years in a barn in the countryside in Holland. He said it was a none-runner, so the price was very low and I had to collect it with a trailer. On my way home my twinbrother and I couldn't resist our impatience and tried to wake the sleeping princess. With screams of joy the Bullet started after 5 kicks!!! I worked hard on it, and now it is a fantastic, real motorcycle!!