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Mystery fairing

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I don't have a clue as to what it is but with that locked compartment there may be no access in the back so you might be able to fill the fairing up with gloves,rainsuit,maps whatever,looks big enough.Kinda looks Italian in design. A stumper on me.
 
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That's Craven Mitchenall Clipper fairing from late 70's or early 80's. And yes it is British and has the same turn signals as Rickman Polaris. Made By Craven in London. Craven is better known of their motorcycle panniers.
 
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That's Craven Mitchenall Clipper fairing from late 70's or early 80's. And yes it is British and has the same turn signals as Rickman Polaris. Made By Craven in London. Craven is better known of their motorcycle panniers.
I believe that if it has Rickman Polaris turn signals they were made by Lucas and were the same as fitted to the MK10 Jaguar, I had a "bare" Polaris body once and had to search scrap yards for the parts to complete it (pre-ebay times). The headlight I used for the Polaris was from a Mini of the same period, the headlight bucket screwed into the fairing, light unit inserted and then the chrome Mini headlight surround clipped on.

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