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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
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
BMW 1965 R69S 594cc 2 cyl ohv 2906
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BMW 1965 R69S 594cc 2 cyl ohv 2906 € 19.500

BMW 1965 R 69S 594 cc transverse twin Frame & Engine # 661035 In 1955 BMW introduced a new line of twins with a completely redesigned frame with trailing fork rear suspension and Earles fork front suspension. The final drive shaft was no longer exposed but was enclosed in the right arm of the trailing forks. All three new models, the 500 cc R50, and the 600 cc R60 and R69 had 18 inch wheels in place of the earlier 19 inch ones, twin leading shoes in the front brake, smaller mudguards and larger silencers. The petrol tank was reshaped, and the traditional sprung saddle could be replaced by a stylish dual seat that was an optional extra. Th ...

€ 19.500 3 maanden+ Nederweert, LB
Moto Guzzi 1928 500GT Norge 2906
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Moto Guzzi 1928 500GT Norge 2906 € 29.500

Moto Guzzi ca. 1928 500 GT “Norge” 498 cc Inlet Over Exhaust single frame # 53230 Moto Guzzi has been a leading make in Italy since 1921 and it is one of the few Italian makes to become well-known abroad. From the twenties on a number of interesting racing machines with OHC engines were developed and Guzzis became a force to reckon with in TT races. In the 1926 lightweight TT Ghersi was credited with the fastest lap and he actually was disqualified from the second place because the spark plug he used in the race was of a different make as the one he used in the practice session. In1935 Stanley Woods won the Lightweight TT with a spring fr ...

€ 29.500 3 maanden+ Nederweert, LB
Norton 1929 Model 19 1 cyl ohv 2906
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Norton 1929 Model 19 1 cyl ohv 2906 € 26.500

Norton 1929 Model 19 OHV single frame # 588 -38402 engine # 43835 Just as Norton’s first overhead-valve production motorcycle – the Model 18 – had used the same 79x100mm bore-stroke dimensions of the existing sidevalve-engined 16H, so the larger-capacity but otherwise similar overhead-valve Model 19 used those of the 588cc Big 4 sidevalve, at 79x120mm. Intended to appeal to the sidecar man with a yen for high performance, this long-stroke engine quickly established itself in its maker’s chosen role, Norton-mounted riders Walker and Tucker finishing 2nd and 3rd respectively in the inaugural Sidecar TT of 1923, an event George Tucker duly won f ...

€ 26.500 3 maanden+ Nederweert, LB
Norton 1925 16H 490cc 1 cyl sv 2906
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Norton 1925 16H 490cc 1 cyl sv 2906 € 19.500

Norton ca 1925 model “16 H” 490 cc side valve single frame # 16165 engine # 13247 The 16 H engine with dimensions of 79×100 mm had a remarkable production run of no less than 45 years. Keywords with this design are reliability, robustness and power. The cleanliness and high level of finish of the engine are described in the 1924 catalogue as follows: “The appearance of the Norton Engines at once appeals to the engineer. Of clean, sound design, no unnecessary protuberances, scrolls or advertisement appear upon them. There are no awkward interstices for the collection of dirt. All cover screws are sunk flush with the case, all corners are ...

€ 19.500 3 maanden+ Nederweert, LB
Peugeot 1905 3½hp 479cc 2 cyl aiv 2907
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Peugeot 1905 3½hp 479cc 2 cyl aiv 2907 € 26.500

Peugeot 1905 “type L” 3 ½ HP 479cc AIV V- twin frame # 9382 engine # 12242 1905 was to be an excellent year for Peugeot: there were lots of successes with speed events and sales were much higher than in 1904. From the beginning till the mid-twenties Peugeot engines were numbered consecutively: up to 1904 some 5,000 engines were produced, a year later more than 7,000 were added to this amount. The new V-twins attracted a lot of attention. Peugeot had decided it was high time to market some of these models because of the commercial success that competitor Griffon had had with these engines in the past year and the flexibility in running th ...

€ 26.500 3 maanden+ Nederweert, LB
Moto Guzzi 1932 250SS 250cc 1 cyl ohc 2907
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Moto Guzzi 1932 250SS 250cc 1 cyl ohc 2907 € 39.950

Moto Guzzi 1932 250 SS 250cc OHC production racer frame # D 397 engine D 344 Capitalising on the success of the ‘500’ racer, Carlo Guzzi introduced a broadly similar ‘TT250’ early in 1926, though the quarter-litre Guzzi made do with only two valves. The latter were disposed at a relatively narrow (60-degree) angle, and the overhead-cam engine had ‘square’ bore/stroke dimensions of 68mm. The result was a class-leading power unit with a specific output of 60bhp/litre, an exceptional performance for a normally aspirated engine at that time. As its designation suggests, the TT250 was intended for the Isle of Man TT. Sadly, the 1926 event would pr ...

€ 39.950 3 maanden+ Nederweert, LB
AJS 1915 Model D 748cc 2 cyl sv 2907
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AJS 1915 Model D 748cc 2 cyl sv 2907 € 26.500

AJS 1915 “Model D” 748 cc side valve V-twin Frame # 6784 engine # 6784 The four Stevens brothers had been in motorcycle manufacturing since the final years of the 19th century, but only in 1911 their first complete “AJS” motorcycle, a 298 cc twospeeder, was marketed. For the 1912 season their first V- twin, the model D, was brought out. In the 1914 Junior TT a magnificent first and second place was scored. The company moved to new premises at Graisely House, Wolverhampton. The 1915 range consisted out of three models; the sporty 2 ¾ HP single, a medium weight 4 HP (550 cc) twin and as top of the range the 6 HP model D. The model Dâ ...

€ 26.500 3 maanden+ Nederweert, LB
Ariel 1928 Model E 500cc 1 cyl ohv 2907
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Ariel 1928 Model E 500cc 1 cyl ohv 2907 € 14.500

Ariel 1928 Super Sports Model E 497 cc OHV single frame# W13017 engine # W12963 The new line of Ariels, introduced at the end of 1925 and designed by engineering genius Val Page, had been an instant success. Not so much because of its technical innovations, but mostly for its very attractive styling: lower saddle position, shortened wheel base and high saddle tank. Victor Mole was the new man in charge of sales at the Ariel works and he designed the new eye-catching emblem of the Ariel horse and coined the advertising slogan “Ariel, the Modern Motor Cycle”. Within a few years Ariel sales and profits rocketed. In 1927 sales were ten times ...

€ 14.500 3 maanden+ Nederweert, LB
AJS 1930 Model R2 996cc 2 cyl sv 2907
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AJS 1930 Model R2 996cc 2 cyl sv 2907 € 26.500

AJS 1930 model “ R 2” 996 cc side valve V-twin frame# R 50621 engine # R2/50621 By the end of the twenties the financial situation of AJS was by no means positive: sales were continually falling and in 1929 for the third year in a row the company failed to declare a dividend to its shareholders. In 1930 a 10% reduction in pay was made throughout the works in an attempt to reduce running costs. The company made good motorcycles but 1930 had showed a big loss again and in the autumn of 1931 the company went into voluntary liquidation. Matchless Motorcycles Limited of Plumstead, London, purchased the A.J.S. name, manufacturing rights, and go ...

€ 26.500 3 maanden+ Nederweert, LB
Harley Davidson 1925 FHA 989cc 2 cyl ohv replica 2908
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Harley Davidson 1925 FHA 989cc 2 cyl ohv replica 2908 € 74.950

Harley-Davidson 1925 FHA 989cc “Oval Port” 8-valve OHV V-twin replica Board Track Racer Indian had presented its four valve singles an eight valve twin OHV racers in 1911 and they had been very successful on the racing tracks. These machines had parallel inlet and exhaust valves. | The Harley-Davidson company realised they had to come with an OHV concept too but they chose for a design with hemispherical combustion chambers and valves set at an angle of 90 degrees. William Ottaway, the head of the racing department, sought the advice of Harry Ricardo, at the time the leading freelance theorist and practitioner in the young science of cylinder ...

€ 74.950 3 maanden+ Nederweert, LB
Matchless 1936 Model X 982cc 2 cyl sv 2908
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Matchless 1936 Model X 982cc 2 cyl sv 2908 € 42.500

Matchless 1936 “Sports Tourist” model 37/X 982cc side valve V-twin frame # 514 engine # 37/X5050 The first Matchless motorcycle was made by the Collier brothers in 1899. In 1907 the Isle of man TT races in the single cylinder class were won: after a second place in 1908 victories were gained again in 1909 and 1910, proving that the machines were matchless indeed. After WW I the company designed a model especially suitable as a sidecar machine, the model “H”. Both JAP and MAG engines were used as power sources, and modern features included electric lighting and coil spring rear wheel suspension. From the mid- twenties on the Collier Br ...

€ 42.500 3 maanden+ Nederweert, LB
Ariel 1920 3½hp498cc 1 cyl sv 2908
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Ariel 1920 3½hp498cc 1 cyl sv 2908 € 19.950

Ariel 1920 3 ½ HP 498 cc side valve chain-cum-belt single engine # 10233 Components Ltd., the Ariel parent company, had been involved in producing motorized vehicles since 1898. For the 1910 season a radical change occurred in the motorcycle range. All previous models were discontinued and were replaced by 3 ½ HP machines that would remain in production for the next 15 years: the T-head White & Poppe engine, in which the inlet and exhaust valves were placed an extraordinarily 4 ½ inches apart. Because of this the new machines soon gained the nickname of “the Ariels with valves a-mile-apart”. The new models proved very popular with ...

€ 19.950 3 maanden+ Nederweert, LB
Yamaha xs 650 cafe racer in absolute top/nieuwstaat
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n.o.t.k 3 maanden+ Leiderdorp
Sarolea 1939 S6 600cc 1 cyl ohv 2908
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Sarolea 1939 S6 600cc 1 cyl ohv 2908 € 16.500

Sarolea 1939 589 cc OHV “39 S -6 Supersport” frame # 106214 engine # S 6 362262 From 1930 on the Saroléa type numbering system changed in that the type number started with the model year, So the 39 S was model S of 1939. That was the 500cc OHV, the extension -6 refers to the 600cc model. Saroléa introduced the sloping engine for the 1931 model range. Many factories designed machines with forward leaning engines for several reasons: from a technical point of view the machines could be built lower, so the road holding improved. The accessibility of the cylinder head also got better in many cases. But the esthetical approach was also impor ...

€ 16.500 3 maanden+ Nederweert, LB
Levis 1932 Model A2 350cc 1 cyl ohv 2908
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Levis 1932 Model A2 350cc 1 cyl ohv 2908 € 11.500

Levis 1932 346 cc OHV Model A2 frame# 22788 engine #29192 Levis motorcycles were manufactured by Butterfields of Birmingham, and were for many years one of England’s leading manufacturers of two-stroke motorcycles. They built two-stroke machines from 1911, and added a line of four-strokes in 1928, that ran to 1941 when production ceased. The first Levis was made in the Norton works by designer Bob Newey, but James Norton turned it down. The name was derived from the Latin word for “Light”. Newey then joined with the Butterfields, Arthur and Billy, and sister Daisy, to set up a motorcycle company. Their first model had a capacity of 211 cc ...

€ 11.500 3 maanden+ Nederweert, LB
Ariel 1954 4G 997cc 4 cyl ohv 2908
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Ariel 1954 4G 997cc 4 cyl ohv 2908 € 14.950

Ariel 1954 model 4G 997cc Square Four MK II with Canterbury Double Adult sidecar frame # KR 468 engine # PL 466 Ariel unveiled the all new SQ 4 to the motorcycle world at the Olympia show in 1930. It was a brainchild of design genius Edward Turner and was powered by an OHC engine with 2 parallel crankshafts, mounted in a crankcase transversely across the frame. The two cranks were geared together in the center uf the unit, so in effect there were two vertical twin engines running in opposite directions. The result was a silky, smooth power output with instant response to the throttle. In 1932 the capacity was increased to 600 cc and in 1937 a ...

€ 14.950 3 maanden+ Nederweert, LB
Miele 1954 K100 98cc 1 cyl ts 2909
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Miele 1954 K100 98cc 1 cyl ts 2909 € 2.250

Miele 1954 “K100” 98 cc Sachs two stroke frame # 1193075 engine # 1397058 When the company was founded in 1899, neither Carl Miele nor Reinhard Zinkann thought of producing two-wheeled means of transportation:diary centrifuges, butter machines and washing machines were developed and built in a former grain mill in the village of Herzebrock. In 1907 the company moved to neighboring Gütersloh. A larger property with its own rail connection secured the necessary infrastructure there. Around 1920 Miele began to explore the domain of motorized transportation. A modest number of cars were produced but soon the company turned to bicycle manufac ...

€ 2.250 3 maanden+ Nederweert, LB
Sunbeam 1924 model 7 599cc 1 cyl sv 2908
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Sunbeam 1924 model 7 599cc 1 cyl sv 2908 € 22.500

Sunbeam 1924 4¼hp “Model 7” 599cc Maker’s Combination frame # 43273 engine # 211/19749 By the 1920s the Sunbeam motorcycles made by John Marston Ltd. at their factory complex ‘Sunbeamland’, Wolverhampton, were generally acknowledged to be the highest quality machines available. The factory maintained an active and very successful competition department under George Dance. The most expensive machine in their range was nominally the JAP-engined 8hp, though this was only to special order even then, being dropped for 1925. The effective top-of-the-range Sunbeam was the 599cc 4¼hp Sunbeam Motor Bicycle’ priced at 115 Guineas. In addition, th ...

€ 22.500 3 maanden+ Nederweert, LB
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