In addition to having the classiest name in motorcycling history, the Royal Enfield Interceptor featured a tuned version of RE’s biggest engine at the time. The bike weighed about 410 pounds wet and was motivated by a 736cc engine. For more on the Interceptor, and why Motorcycle Classics called it “British motorcycling’s best kept secret”, check out this write-up.
This specific Royal Enfield Interceptor (VIN: F2045) was formerly shown at the Concours d’Elegance in Del Mar, California. Unfortunately, it’s been stored for ‘several years’, and the seller just says that the bike is ‘presumed to work if appropriate battery and fluids are put in the bike.’ How trusting are you? Find this Interceptor for sale in Alpine, California with bidding up to $5,555 and the reserve not yet met