|Chassis number||Production date||Location||Comments|
The oldest chassis known so far.
|SH7-505S||USA||One of the few racing chassis.|
Another racing chassis.
One of the few racing chassis.
|SH7-527S||Australia||A racing chassis|
Another racing chassis
|SH7-537||UK||This Seeley Honda was featured in Classic and Motorcycle Mechanic in 1997. It was the first Seeley Honda which was not sold as a kit but was built completely in Colin Seeley's shop.|
Swingarm is from #666
This has been converted into a Seeley Triumph!
A racing frame which actually is used in racing.
One of the three Seeley Hondas ever exported to South Africa. This is still a daily ride!
|SH7-657||77||South Africa||Now, this is the fourth Seeley in South Africa.|
|SH7-658F||JUL77||UK||One of the few Dixon Seeleys.|
|SH7-666||MIA||This has most probably been wrecked. Swingarm is in #556.|
This is a Seeley with a DOHC engine - yes, it's doable! Until an unfortunate encounter with a car this was an awesome ride.
Bike is unrestored, road legal and is raced in the german Classic Superbike Championship
Now, this is the only Seeley Honda with a four digit frame number. Colin Seeley confirmed the number is genuine, but he also has no records why it has four digits.
|SH7-F729||MIA||This has most probably been wrecked. Fragments surfaced in Germany.|
This Seeley has a 900cc DOHC engine!
This has most probably been wrecked. Swingarm showed up in Germany.
|SH7-757||MIA||This has most probably been wrecked. I still have the papers, but the frame is gone.|
|SH7F779||MIA||This has most probably been wrecked. Fragments surfaced in Germany.|
|SH7-786||MIA||This has most probably been wrecked. Fragments surfaced in Germany.|
Right pic, to the right: The Man himself, Colin Seeley!
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