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Sunbeam 1930 Model 9 493cc 1 cyl ohv 2906
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Sunbeam 1930 Model 9 493cc 1 cyl ohv 2906 € 14.500

Sunbeam 1930 Model 9 493 cc OHV frame # LL 4242 engine # L 4773 The first OHV production Sunbeams were listed as the model 8 (350cc) and 9 (500cc) in 1924. The model 8 with bore/stroke dimensions of 70×90 mm was an excellent sporty tourer, but stayed somewhat in the shadow of its more glamorous big brother, the 80×98 mm Model 9, which stayed in production till 1939. From 1932 on a 600 cc version ( Model 9A) was marketed , with engine dimensions of 88×98 mm, giving 599 cc. For model year 1929 the appearance of Sunbeam machines changed completely because the firm had finally decided to adopt a saddle tank. Apart from that an entirely new frame ...

€ 14.500 3 maanden+ Nederweert, LB
Humber 1911 3½hp 499cc 1 cyl sv 2905
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Humber 1911 3½hp 499cc 1 cyl sv 2905 € 19.950

Humber 1911 3 ½ HP “Two- Speed” 499 cc side valve single frame # 1485 engine # A 548 A Coventry firm with its roots in the Victorian bicycle industry, Humber began experimenting with powered transport in the closing years of the 19th century, introducing its first successful motorcycle -a built-under-license P&M – in 1902. Because of the need to increase car production motorcycles were discontinued after 1905. For the 1909 model year Humber came on the market again with a 3½ HP motorcycle, now fully of their own design and manufacture. The engine had bore/stroke dimensions of 83×90 mm and was available with hand starting, footboar ...

€ 19.950 3 maanden+ Nederweert, LB
BMW 1961 R50/2 494cc 2 cyl ohv 2905
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BMW 1961 R50/2 494cc 2 cyl ohv 2905 € 14.950

BMW 1961 R 50/2 494cc transverse twin frame # engine # 631106 Bayerische Motoren-Werke is known in English as the Bavarian Motor Works, or more simply as BMW. The firm launched its first horizontally opposed twin in 1923, and has stood by this style of engine layout ever since. The opposed design offers riders buttery smooth performance as the engine has inherently good balance. In 1955 BMW created its R50, R60, and R69 models. These new models had a similar engine and the same shaft-drive as earlier models, but were fitted with modern swinging fork rear suspension for the first time. The telescopic forks at the front of earlier models were a ...

€ 14.950 3 maanden+ Nederweert, LB
Werner 1906 Model Grand Luxe 429cc 2 cyl aiv 2905
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Werner 1906 Model Grand Luxe 429cc 2 cyl aiv 2905 € 45.000

Werner 1906 “Modèle Grand Luxe” 4 HP 429cc AIV vertical twin frame and engine # 2543 The Brothers Eugene and Michel Werner start their experiments with a bought-in De Dion type petrol engine in 1896. In 1897 they consider their machine practical enough to be put on the market. It’s presented under the name of ‘Motocyclette” and this word will soon become the generic French word for “motor cycle”. The little 216cc engine is placed in front of the steering head and has a surface carburetor and hot tube ignition. The Motocyclette catches on and the design is perfected a little bit more each year. The company claims that between 18 ...

€ 45.000 3 maanden+ Nederweert, LB
Nimbus 1935 746cc 4 cyl ohc 2905
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Nimbus 1935 746cc 4 cyl ohc 2905 € 12.950

Nimbus 1935 746 cc OHC four-in-line engine & frame # 1576 When the Nimbus first appeared in 1919, competitors mocked its strange look (a round-tank in a sea of flat-tank motorcycles). However, it was a good reliable performer and was quite popular. Pedar A Fisker promoted the model by riding one himself in various trials and races with notable successes. The design went through an improved ‘B’ version, before production stopped around 1928, by then 1252 motorcycles had been manufactured. Although a very good motorcycle, it was just too expensive to sell in enough quantity for the recessionary market conditions at the time. By the early th ...

€ 12.950 3 maanden+ Nederweert, LB
Rudge-1921 Multi 499cc 1 cyl sv 2904
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Rudge-1921 Multi 499cc 1 cyl sv 2904 € 18.500

Rudge Multi 1921 499cc IOE single frame # 773095 engine # 20613 Multi-gear #14005 With the introduction of the Multi Gear in 1912 Rudge was far ahead of the competition. They won the 1914 TT races with this system and Rudges were subsequently barred from certain speed events because of their “unfair head start”. The factory turned this to their advantage by using the “ barred” logo in a clever company advertising campaign. The Multi Gear system is based on the possibility to vary the diameters of both front and rear pullies, like the well-known DAF Variomatic system. By moving a long lever alongside the petrol tank about 18 different ...

€ 18.500 3 maanden+ Nederweert, LB
BMW 1927 R47 494cc 2 cyl ohv 2904
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BMW 1927 R47 494cc 2 cyl ohv 2904 € 74.500

MW 1927  R 47  494 cc ohv transverse twin frame # 4624 engine # 34943 The first BMW, the 500 cc side valve tourer R 32, was marketed in 1923. 3100 machines were built. Two years later an OHV sports version was brought out, the R 37. This machine had the smallest production run of all commercially produced models in the company’s motorcycling history: only 175 were produced. It was replaced by the improved R 47 that was introduced alongside the sidevalve-engined R42 tourer, both models benefiting from a redesigned and more powerful engine. The engine was set further back in the duplex loop frame, which improved weight distributio ...

€ 74.500 3 maanden+ Nederweert, LB
Minerva 1903 2 hp 239cc 1 cyl sv 2904
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Minerva 1903 2 hp 239cc 1 cyl sv 2904 € 24.950

Minerva 1903 2hp 239 cc side valve frame # 45 engine # 563 At the end of 1902, Minerva presented in London the new program for 1903. A new engine of 239 cc (66 x 70) produced 2 hp thanks to the two mechanically operated valves. Minerva was one of the first to build engines with both valves mechanically operated. Due to the better filling of the gasses and hence the lower engine temperatures, the cooling ribs at the base of the cylinder were deleted. A second new feature for all Minerva models was the spray carburettor. The motorcycles could be ordered with the Phénix carburettor or the usual surface carburettor. The production program for 19 ...

€ 24.950 3 maanden+ Nederweert, LB
Minerva 1902 2hp 269cc 1 cyl aiv 2904
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Minerva 1902 2hp 269cc 1 cyl aiv 2904 € 24.950

Minerva 1902 2HP 269 cc AIV frame # 50 engine # 4160 Prior to the Great War, Minerva became quite famous for its range of motorcycles with ¾ HP to 8HP motors. These engines were also supplied to over 100 other manufacturers of motorcycles and motorized bicycles, and were licenced for manufacture in other countries. The factory ceased production of motorcycles in 1908/1909 in favour of high quality cars which competed with the likes of Rolls- Royce and Hispano-Suiza with clients in wealthy and influential circles. In total, some 35,000 Minerva motorcycles were built in the Belgian factory. The company was declared bankrupt in 1934, and was ta ...

€ 24.950 3 maanden+ Nederweert, LB
Vincent 1949 Comet 500cc 1 cyl ohv 2904
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Vincent 1949 Comet 500cc 1 cyl ohv 2904 € 24.950

Vincent 1949 Comet  Rear-frame RC/1/5741  Engine F5AB/2A/3841 Since his schoolboy days Philip Vincent had been a great admirer of Howard Raymond Davies, who had begun manufacturing HRD machines at Wolverhampton in 1924. While studying mechanical engineering at Cambridge Vincent built his prototype Vincent Special that already incorporated the strong triangulated and braced sprung rear fork that would remain a feature of all Vincents-to-come. In 1928 Vincent acquired HRD Motors Ltd. and formed the Stevenage-based Vincent-HRD company; JAP and later on Rudge Python engines were used. In 1932 Phil Irving joined the company and by the end of ...

€ 24.950 3 maanden+ Nederweert, LB
GILERA
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GILERA € 1.500

Gilera super sport 150cc, 1958,4 takt,rijdende staat verlichting werkt,voor en achter nieuwe banden,belgische papieren

€ 1.500 3 maanden+ arendonk, BE
NSU 1927 model 502 touring 494cc 2 cyl ioe 2904
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NSU 1927 model 502 touring 494cc 2 cyl ioe 2904 € 31.500

NSU 1927 model “502 T” Touring Model 494 cc IOE V-twin frame#478257 engine#69295 The company started as a knitting machine manufacturer ( Neckarsulmer Strickmaschinen Union) and went into the bicycle trade in 1886. It was a logic step to move into motorcycle production and in 1901 the first motorised NSU bicycle with Zédel clip-on engine was produced. Soon the development and production of the company’s own engines were taken up and the firm became one of the biggest motorcycle firms in Germany. In the twenties the pre-war line of machines was further developed. The model “502 Touren” was brought out in 1924 and ran through 1927. I ...

€ 31.500 3 maanden+ Nederweert, LB
REX 1904 3½hp 373cc aiv 2903
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REX 1904 3½hp 373cc aiv 2903 € 24.950

Rex 1904 3¼ HP 373 cc automatic inlet over exhaust single engine # 1323 Rex was one of the first and foremost manufacturers of motorcycles in Britain. Their advertising slogan read “ The King of British motors”, and the firm was a true market leader in design and development. From 1902 the engine was positioned vertically in the frame, and all parts were made – so claimed the makers- at their own works. In the course of 1903 the 75×75 bore and stroke dimensions were upped with 3 mm which led to a capacity of 373 cc. New for 1904 were an increased fuel tank capacity, a slightly lowered frame plus a matching styled metal battery and coil ...

€ 24.950 3 maanden+ Nederweert, LB
Zenith 1928 Model 24 300cc 1 cyl sv 2902
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Zenith 1928 Model 24 300cc 1 cyl sv 2902 € 9.750

Zenith 1928 “Model 24” 300 cc side valve JAP frame # 12133 engine # A/C 12326 Already in pre WW1 days Zenith machines gained many successes; driving force was chief engineer Freddy Barnes, who was responsible for the famous “Gradua” gear. In the twenties production had to be economized and the expensive Gradua system gave way to a more conventional Sturmey Archer or Burman 3 speed gearbox. Zenith stayed in the forefront with their racing and record breaking activities: in 1928 a Zenith-JAP established a world record of 124.62 MPH at Arpajon in France. The Zenith models in the late twenties ranged from a 172 cc Villiers two stroke mode ...

€ 9.750 3 maanden+ Nederweert, LB
Matchless 1966 G80CS 497cc 1 cyl ohv 2902
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Matchless 1966 G80CS 497cc 1 cyl ohv 2902 € 14.950

Matchless 1966 G80CS Scrambler 497 cc OHV single frame # C11126 engine # G80CS/5235 The 500 cc G80 first appeared in 1936 with engine dimensions of 82.5 x 93 mm. It had a twin port head, dry sump lubrication, exposed valves, Burman gearbox and a frame with twin down tubes. At the outbreak of war some of these features had changed: single down tube frame, single port head and full enclosure for its hairpin springs were now specified on the G80. After the war the G80 engine design was constantly upgraded, eventually becoming an over-square 86 x 85.5 mm all-alloy design. Associated Motor Cycles (AMC) established a formidable reputation in off-ro ...

€ 14.950 3 maanden+ Nederweert, LB
Royal Enfield 1914 6hp 770cc 2 cyl sv 2902
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Royal Enfield 1914 6hp 770cc 2 cyl sv 2902 € 28.500

Royal Enfield 1914 6 HP “Model 180“ 770 cc JAP side valve V –twin Frame # 6960 engine # 42439 The Redditch-based Royal Enfield firm entered the motorcycle business as early as 1898. In the early days engines from De Dion-Bouton powered their tricycles and quadricycles; Minerva supplied the power for the first motorized cycles. By 1904 the firm was concentrating on car production, resuming motorcycle manufacture in 1910 with a 2¼ HP v-twin Motosacoche-powered lightweight. A 2¾ HP version with two-speed gear and all-chain drive followed. These machines were equipped with the famous Enfield two-speed gear, involving twin primary chains ...

€ 28.500 3 maanden+ Nederweert, LB
AJS 1929 M8 498cc 1 cyl ohv 2902
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AJS 1929 M8 498cc 1 cyl ohv 2902 € 14.950

AJS 1929 M8 498cc single port OHV frame & engine # M8/143067 The 1929 AJS model range boasted no less than 20 improvements. Some seemed trifle, like the rear carrier of different design and the improved front stand fixing. Others were real improvements, such as the redesigned frame that resulted in a lower saddle height, graceful saddle tank with built in speedometer, separate oil tank, enclosed valve mechanism and more powerful front brake. Last but not least, to please the eye, the previously all-black petrol tank had acquired brightly colored magenta side panels. The range spanned from the 9.96 HP twin passenger combo (M1) to the 2.48 ...

€ 14.950 3 maanden+ Nederweert, LB
Panther 1935 Redwing 490cc 1 cyl ohv 2901
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Panther 1935 Redwing 490cc 1 cyl ohv 2901 € 14.950

Panther 1935 “Redwing 90” 490 cc OHV single frame # 10266 engine # M5167 Phelon & Moore (P&M) was founded in Cleckheaton, South Yorkshire in 1904. The firm was renowned for its fondness for engines with inclined cylinders, and its new 500cc overhead-valve model, designed by Granville Bradshaw and introduced at the Olympia Show in 1923, remained faithful to the concept. This was P&M’s first ‘Panther’ model, and the name would later be extended to the entire range. The heavyweight 500 and 600 cc Panthers were available with standard specifications but the more expensive “Redwing” models had high-compression engines; a ...

€ 14.950 3 maanden+ Nederweert, LB
NSU 1905 3hp 330cc 1 cyl ioe 2809
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NSU 1905 3hp 330cc 1 cyl ioe 2809 € 23.500

NSU   ca 1905   3HP     331 cc  IOE single  frame #  104195 engine # 6109 The company started as a knitting machine manufacturer ( N eckarsulmer S trickmaschinen U nion)  and went into the bicycle trade in 1886. It was a logic step to move into motorcycle production and in 1901 the first motorised NSU bicycle with Zédel  clip on engine was produced. Soon the development and production of   the company’s own engines were taken up and within a few years NSU was making its own power units and was one of the first manufacturers to fit two-speed transmission. Designed by its late founder’s son, Karl Schmidt, the first all ...

€ 23.500 3 maanden+ Nederweert, LB
Rex 1913 6hp 896cc 2 cyl sv 2901
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Rex 1913 6hp 896cc 2 cyl sv 2901 € 32.500

Rex 1913  “ 6 HP  De Luxe “  896 cc  side valve V-twin  frame # 2204 engine # 2879 Rex was one of the first and foremost manufacturers of motorcycles in Britain. Their advertising slogan read “ The King of British motors”, and the firm was a true market leader in design and development. From 1902 the engine was positioned vertically in the frame, and all parts were made – so claimed the makers- at their own works. At the 1904 Show no less than 50 Rex machines were on display! In 1905 a mechanical exhaust valve was adopted and a Longuemare spray carburettor replaced the surface device. A full two year guarantee on every Re ...

€ 32.500 3 maanden+ Nederweert, LB
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