Introduced in 1963 the mighty 750cc Interceptor was closely based on the 700cc Enfield Constellation but with added refinement of a dynamically balanced crankshaft. Most of the production was destined for the USA to satisfy the North American market’s insatiable appetite for ever larger engines, although it sold in relatively small numbers when compared to the more popular British brands.
The 750cc Interceptor is probably one of the most underrated British motorcycles of its era, the handling and performance exceed the equivalent Triumph and BSA and its rarity makes them both prized and collectable today.
Not much is known about the previous history of this fine Mk1 however it appears have been restored and has only covered a few miles since. Having been laid up for some time the bike has just received a full service, new battery and check over and is in great working order and fine overall condition.
Showing just 96 miles it is supplied with UK road documents.