BSA 1966
BSA 1967
Dominator 1966
Dominator 750 1968
Honda 500 1973
Honda 750 Mk I 1973
Honda 750 Mk II 1973
Honda 900 1977
Kawasaki 900 & 1100 1974
Kawasaki Z1/900/1000 1977
   
Metisse 750 1967
Norton 750 Mk I 1972
Norton 750 Mk II 1972
Norton 810 Mk I 1971
Norton 810 Mk II 1973
Norton 810 Mk III 1973
Norton 810 Mk IV 1973
Norton Commando 1969
Norton Commando Tourer 1970
Norton Export 1969
Norton Sleeper 1971
Norton Sprint 1969
Norton Tourer 1971
Suzuki GT 750 1977
Suzuki GS 1000 CS 1979
Triumph 1966
Triumph 750 1969
Yamaha 1979

"Paul Dunstall became very well known during the early 1960's as a builder of high performance parts for Nortons as the result of his own racing career. He went on to become the 'God Father' of Café racers and a manufacturer of complete bikes. Production of machines began in 1964 and continued into the early 1980's. They were originally based on the big twins from the Norton, B.S.A., and Triumph ranges. As the British motorcycle industry declined, he started to include machines from the top of the Honda, Suzuki and Kawasaki ranges.
The Dunstall organisation also produced parts for a number of other makes including BMW and Yamaha. It grew to have offices in both the U.K. and the U.S.A. with dealers and distributors in many other countries. Starting as an off-shoot of the research and development efforts, the Dunstall Racing Team quickly became a major player in short circuit racing. They peaked in 1968/69 with over 20 wins.

At their peak, over 500 complete machines were built in one year."