Great Feedback from Bermuda

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Today I Received my mudguards for the 1935 Triumph L2/1, which Vintage Steel out of Australia completed for me.
Talk about going the extra mile.....they knew someone who had an original 1935 L2/1 and asked them if they could take the mudguards off their motorcycle, and copy them for me, and also at the same time; now have a new product to sell on their website. I am truly thankful, and as well; impressed with the quality of work, and metal used to make them. In comparison to the Indian versions....I would say 1000% better, completed very quickly, professionally, and well packed......well impressed. See for yourself........Vintage Steel .....awesome job!!
Thanks again,

THANKS for the feedback Zach,  and a special thanks to Peter Lawson who loaned us is L2/1 Triumph to copy.

Great Feedback from the UK

Hello All,

I wish you all to know about the superb reproduction rear mudguard that has just been made for me by Vintage Steel in Australia (I am in the UK).

All I can say, is following my commissioning of the manufacture (why not the REC?) of a rear mudguard for my 1937 Sports Special. That their communication, speed off delivery and quality of workmanship is totally exceptional. Please see the photo of my mudguard against Roger Gilett's original mudguard (he kindly allowed me to take missing drawing measurements). Note the beautifully shaped "duck tail" end that has been superbly folded and rolled.

The Sports Special rear mudguard is exactly the same as the 37/39 Ulster rear mudguard, other than it has the addition of the two side panels for mounting the twin toolboxes, so they can also provide.

Please be assured that I have no other connection with Vintage Steel, other than being a very satisfied and impressed customer.

Their Web site is 


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New Guards we're working on.... Rudge and Indian 101

Here are some pics of the latest guards we are working on.  The finishing touches are being sorted for a Rudge Ulster and Sports Special two piece rear guard. Pictured is the prototype side view.  

We have also started making the tooling for pressing the valances and sides of the Indian 101 Front fender. Pictured is the profile view of this large American fender.