Thursday, June 9

1958 Royal Enfield Clipper

The mega heat-shield/shroud really through me.  It looks like it's off a Briggs & Stratton mower.  I've never seen another Enfield with one of these, so I can only assume it was added on.

Oakland, CA

Photo: Gardner Murray

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