This MkII Intercepter was comprehensively restored by the National Motorcycle Museum in 2018 and has only covered 160 miles since the work was completed. Requiring further running in the engine was fully rebuilt with electronic ignition and it is also also fitted with the factory options of an oil cooler, sump guard, grab rail, and twin-leading-shoe front brake.
A matching number example it remains in absolutely first class condition and is supplied with a history file that contains receipts for new parts used, a certificate of provenance, UK registration documents and two workshop manuals.
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. This could be one of the best examples currently available, fully restored with a great history.