This has to be one of the nicest examples of the lightweight AJS 350 available.
Around 10 years ago, the bike received a full, professional, nut and bolt rebuild, from the crankshaft upover, and has covered only nominal mileage since. Thoroughly cherished and upgraded in recent years, the bike is an absolute credit to its only registered owner since then. Clearly a "High days and holidays" bike. Nothing escaped attention in the restoration of this bike, with nice touches like the stainless rear rack, and an upgrade to a brand new concentric carb.
These are a very easy to live with classic motorcycle, being easy to start, relatively light in weight, and with excellent road manners and parts supply. The bike comes with a substantial history file, including original buff log book, comprehensive restoration invoices, old MOTs, pre restoration photographs, worksop manuals, and of course current V5 and MOT.
Ready to ride, polish, or stand in the lounge and simply admire!
Even at this price (which is a fraction of the restoration costs) we'll consider YOUR classic in part exchange, cash either way.
BMW Airheads ALWAYS wanted.
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.....