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1954 AJS Model 18CS

The AJS version of the Matchless 500 was called the Model 18. The motor sports an overhead-valve engine that developed 23bhp at 5,400rpm. These big singles, either with AJS or Matchless tank badges, would be the mainstay of AMC from their introduction until the company eventually shut down in August 1965. This motorcycle sports a very nice restoration and has been in a long standing collection for a number of years.

THIS BIKE IS NO LONGER FOR SALE! Please visit www.batorinternational.com for our current line up of bikes for sale.

WATCH WALK AROUND VIDEO: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FbgRMtXGb_k&t=7s
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5/5/17
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1959 AJS Model 31 CSR

Restored to ride, 650cc vertical twin with single Amal carburetor, four speed foot shift transmission, aluminum alloy fenders, two in to one exhaust system and traditional red paint scheme with gold pinstriping. This motorcycle has just come out of a long standing collection and is ready for it's new owner that will appreciate it for its classic British design as well as it's sporting ride.


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2/6/17
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1959 AJS

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1/16/17
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1954 AJS

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1/16/17
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1951 AJS 18S Model 18S 500cc

Very nice original condition with some touch up through the years.
Excellent runner and starts and rides great! 8,179 original miles.

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1/16/17
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1928 AJS K8 500cc OHV

This model was designed for the TT races of the day with detachable cylinder head and a record speed of 68.97 mph. A Binks carburetor and a Bosch mag-dyno handle the job for the engine's fire and lighting. This machine is well sorted and sports an earlier restoration.

THIS BIKE IS NO LONGER FOR SALE! Please visit www.batorinternational.com for our current line up of bikes for sale.

Watch walk around video:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BpRCuBvWlXo
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