Bantam Restorations on the web
The internet is a great resource. Documented Bantam restorations appear and sometimes run for years. Sadly, some very good sites are posted and disappear just a few months later. If you start a Bantam restoration and decide to "go public" let me know and I will add a link to this page.
Currently, these sites are operational:
Jim Downey's Restoration Page
Start to Finish D7 Restoration
Good site, also features various other restoration projects.
Start to Finish 1949 D1 Restoration
Finished, on the road. Read all about it.
Kevin's D5 Restoration Page
A D5 Restoration Project
Restoration of the rare D5 model - Good UK site.
with interesting Bantam links and reports.
James' 1952 Bantam Restoration
A D1 restoration site with some good photos
My 1960 D7 Pastoral Restoration - in brief
After 35 years of ownership I thought it was time to redress what I had
done to this poor bike in my teens!
Per-Erik's Bantam Restoration Page
A great site from Norway detailing the restoration of a plunger Bantam. Great photos
showing each step of the restoration.
Dave's 1949 D1 Bantam Restoration Site
Dave restored this beautiful D1 rigid to concours condition a couple of years ago. Excellent
documentation of a first class restoration.
Mick's 1950 D1 Bantam Resoration
Read about Mick's project as it happens.
Les' 1949 D1 Bantam Restoration
Daphne lives again.
Joel's Bantam Restoration Site
A Canadian Bantam resoration site. Great photos!.
Andrew's D7 Restoration
One of the most comprehensive Bantam restoration sites on the net. Everything you need to know. Technical, links, hints
- this is a "must read" site.