Priced at £87,500. First registered in Portsmouth on the 5th of July 1957 as a genuine Manx Norton 30M, later fitted with a JAP Mk.2 1150cc racing engine from a Cooper racing car & used for breaking land speed records on the Bonneville Salt Flats by Eric Patterson. The bike was build up in present form by Dresda; while the main bulk of the engine, fitted with a Phoenix crankshaft, was built by Mick Cook Racing. Dresda also attended to the cylinder heads, fitting GS lightened valves. The twin BTH magnetos were rebuilt by Tony Cooper. Eric took the bike to Bonneville three times, & on his first outing there in 2008 he took a speed record at 121mph. Eric also proved just how tractable this machine is by using it as a fast road bike! Comes with the original buff R.F. 60 logbook (showing it's genuine Manx Norton heritage), latest DVLA V5C registration document, is registered under the 'Historic Vehicle' class for free road tax & is MOT exempt. Also comes with copies of an AMA National Land Speed Record certificate & copies of Bonneville timing receipts.