John Mossey has been building Egli-Vincent replica for many years under the business names of John Mossey Restoration (JMR) and John Mossey Classics (JMC). In between the business changed ownership and became Hailwood Motorcycle Restorations (HMR) (3-4) led by David Hailwood. Since 2006 John Mossey proposes Egli-Vincent replicas (2) along with a modern interpretation of the NorVin.
Philippe Guyony © 2013-2020
More pictures on:
(4) http://www.mikethebike.com/picts/hmr/HMR_brochure.pdf interestingly the original website was never shut down… http://www.businessphoto.f9.co.uk/HMR/index.html
I am trying to get in touch with andy Sidlow, if anyone has any contact details, please contact me at 0770 731 4780
A bit of background. Andy Sidlow has been proposing for a few years Egli-Vincent frames that were inspired from the “Shadow 70” design (Slater). It would be interesting to reconnect with him. If anyone has contact details, please contact the administrator at email@example.com
hi, the very fist picture at the top of this page of the green Egli Vincent the words say ”A early roadster proposed by john mossey restorations ” this is wrong, this green egli was built in the H.M.R. DAVID HAILWOOD WORKSHOP, feel free to contact me if you need more ”info” regards Frank. from england.
Hi Frank Re your entry Jan 9 2020 . Nicer bike , not a café style where to obtain a frame and then how to register . Looking to build one myself . any info appreciated
Andy Sidlow built a couple of frames for laverda specials, one a twin and the other a triple. Both look great. The owner of the twin said Andy was moving to New Zealand. This was circa 2013.