Property of a deceased's estate 1929 Scott 498cc TT Replica Project Registration no. WF 1988 Frame no. 2715M Engine no. RZ1858AR
First introduced towards the end of the 1928 season, Scott's TT model was a replica of the machine ridden to 3rd place in that year's Isle of Man Tourist Trophy Senior race by Tommy Hatch. 'Designed essentially for the speedman' according to the 1929 catalogue, the TT Replica used Scott's long-stroke engine fitted with cylinder wall lubrication, and was available in both 498cc and 596cc capacities.
This Lot comprises a frame; fuel tank; engine; magneto platform; gearbox (no kickstart fitted); clutch; a second gearbox cover with kickstart fitted; gearbox undertray; a set of 'kite' forks of the correct type for a TT Replica with tapered tubes top and bottom; saddle; handlebars; radiator (dented); nearside exhaust, Howarth silencer (corroded) and fishtail; rear stand; BTH magneto; front stand; newly manufactured gearchange gate, lever and rod; Pilgrim oil pump with reduction gear; Binks carburettor Type 49/121; magneto sprocket; believed newly manufactured Andre steering damper; chainguard; brake lever; final drive sprocket and outrigger bracket; splash guard; front/rear mudguards; front wheel (no brake plate); Enfield rear wheel with cush-drive, sprocket, and Flying Squirrel type rear drum and brake plate with long torque arm. Offered with old style V5 registration document and sold strictly as viewed.