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( WE CAN EASILY ARRANGE TO HAVE THIS RARE 1934 VELOCETTE GTP 250 TT MODEL DELIVERED ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD ) EARLY TWO STROKE SINGLE TWIN PORT. [email protected]@K at the YouTube video of this bike running on our EBay advert. Velocette GTP 250 TT Model Registration number: OFF 808 Date of first registration 26.03.1934 Date ...


Selling my lovely Sunbeam model 14 series 2 from 1936 due lack of space. Very little used since fully restauration.. Pictures speaks for it self.. Regards Henning


BSA B23 for sale Good rideable condition and runs as it should As with all of our motorcycles this BSA will go through our workshop prior to sale Good documentation with Blue V5, has been with the last owner for thirty years Speedometer is showing 86242 Good opportunity to own an early motorcycle at a reasonable ...

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Picture of 1937 Brough Superior 1,096cc 11-50hp Special

Single ownership for circa 60 years Matching frame and engine Offered for restoration Legendary superbike of motorcyclings between-the-wars Golden Age, the Brough Superior was synonymous with high performance, engineering excellence and quality of finish. That such a formidable reputation was forged by a motorcycle constructed ...

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Picture of 1931 New Imperial 245cc Model 9

Builder of the last British-made machine to win the Lightweight 250 TT in the pre-war era (in 1936), New Imperial was unsurpassed for innovation during the 1930s, with models featuring pivoted fork rear suspension and unitary construction of the engine and gearbox. The marque was established in 1900 when Norman Downs acquired ...

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Picture of 1937 Triumph 343cc 3HW Racing Motorcycle (see text)

The highly modified machine offered here, although said to date from circa 1937, has been fitted with the engine from a wartime 3HW military model. When war broke out in 1939, Triumph's entire stock of completed machines was purchased by the War Office, although subsequently the 350cc sidevalve 3SW emerged as the military's ...

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Picture of 1938 Triumph 249cc Tiger 70 Grass-Tracker

Just as he had done at Ariel in the 1920s, Val Page transformed his employer's ageing range on his arrival as Triumph's Chief Designer in 1932. The new line-up comprised overhead-valve and sidevalve singles in capacities ranging from 250cc to 500cc, plus the range-topping 650cc 6/1 sidecar tug. Edward Turner's arrival ...

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Picture of 1933 Triumph 148cc Model XO

The favourable duty rates for machines under 150cc in capacity encouraged many manufacturers to develop machines for this class. Triumph's first had been the two-stroke Model X, which was followed for 1933 by the four-stroke XO. The latter featured an inclined overhead-valve engine and three-speed gearbox, housed in a ...

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Picture of 1937 Ariel 995cc Model 4G Square Four

In 1937 a total redesign saw the Ariel 'Square Four' re-emerge as the Model 4G, with 995cc overhead-valve engine, making it an even more enticing prospect for sidecarists. Anstey Link plunger rear suspension became an option in 1939 but would not be offered again until 1946 when a telescopic front fork replaced the previous ...

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Picture of 1935 Ariel 601cc Model 4F6 Square Four

Designed by the legendary Edward Turner, the Ariel Square Four was first shown at Olympia in 1930. Unique at the time of its introduction, the Squariel, as it was swiftly dubbed, featured a single block of four cylinders and twin geared-together crankshafts with pistons phased at 180 degrees. The crankcase was split horizontally, ...

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Picture of 1937 AJS 982cc Model 372

Present ownership since 2007 Requires re-commissioning Brough Superior SS80 performance at a fraction of the cost Ill-timed diversification that coincided with the post-Wall Street Crash depression would result in the sad demise of A J Stevens Ltd, which had been manufacturing motorcycles of high quality at its Wolverhampton ...

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Picture of 1937 BSA B21
1937 BSA B21 £4,000

A fine example of BSA's rare B21 Sports model, a product of the largest motorcycle factory in the country in 1937, when the Birmingham Small Arms company dominated the home market and sold machines all over the globe, such was it reputation for solid reliability and quality. The overhead valve single-cylinder 250cc model ...

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Picture of 1937 Velocette 495cc MSS

The third of Velocette's overhead-valve, high-camshaft, single-cylinder designs, the 495cc MSS was announced in 1935. The first of these new models had been the 250cc MOV of 1933, which was joined for 1934 by a long-stroke '350': the MAC. In creating the MSS, Veloce kept to the basic design, combining the MAC's 96mm stroke ...

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