CONDITIONS: NOT RESTORED
EFFICIENT MECHANICS - REGULAR MAINTENANCE IN NEED
We propose, the 1959 L AJS Model: it was an English motorcycle produced by Associated Motorcycles in the former Plumstead London Matchless. The model 20 was launched in the post-war Earls Court motorcycle show at the end of 1948. Initially for export to the United States, it was only at the end of the summer of 1949 that the first examples reached the European internal market. The bodywork of this vehicle requires a mild aesthetic restoration with imperfections preserved from unrestored. Mechanically the engine is efficient, even after a long period of inactivity. In 2015 tankerite to the tank. Renewed electrical system and replaced fuel hoses in 2017 (interventions by a trusted mechanic). A general setup is plausible. 80% tires. Original plate (PA - 4-digit Palermo), documents to be redone.
Vehicle video on available.
Vehicle Proposed by Link Motors in Palermo
POSSIBLE NATIONAL AND FOREIGN SHIPMENTS
High resolution photo on our Link Motors site.
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First registered on the 1st of July 1937 in London & still retaining it's original transferable registration number. The last owner had this machine from 1997, only parting with it due to ill health......
This is a Banbury eligible v Twin motorcycle, restoration completed 2 years ago, it has since covered 680 miles and is now nicely run in,it had new pistons and oil pump in the engine rebuild and all.....