A believed,c.1926 AJS G8 project Engine no. G89219

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Lot 8
A believed,c.1926 AJS G8 project
Engine no. G89219

Sold for £ 2,530 (US$ 3,492) inc. premium
A believed
c.1926 AJS G8 project
Engine no. G89219
After victory in the 1920 Junior TT, and in the Junior and Senior events the following year, the new overhead-valve AJS made its production debut in November 1922. Originally built only as a 350 - latterly known as the 'Big Port' - the ohv AJS became available as a '500' for the first time in 1926. Coded G8 (G is AJS's letter code for 1926) the new 3½hp model followed the general lines of its successful smaller sibling.

Comprising of a repainted frame forks, mudguard, front wheel with brake assembly and sprocket; a set of crankcases with applied plaque numbered G89219 including crankshaft and conrod, barrel and head; a Lucas magneto and unidentified silencer. The machine is offered without documents and sold strictly as viewed. Buyers should satisfy themselves as to the marque and model of the components prior to bidding.
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A believed,c.1926 AJS G8 project Engine no. G89219
A believed,c.1926 AJS G8 project Engine no. G89219
A believed,c.1926 AJS G8 project Engine no. G89219
A believed,c.1926 AJS G8 project Engine no. G89219
A believed,c.1926 AJS G8 project Engine no. G89219
A believed,c.1926 AJS G8 project Engine no. G89219
A believed,c.1926 AJS G8 project Engine no. G89219
A believed,c.1926 AJS G8 project Engine no. G89219
A believed,c.1926 AJS G8 project Engine no. G89219
A believed,c.1926 AJS G8 project Engine no. G89219
A believed,c.1926 AJS G8 project Engine no. G89219
A believed,c.1926 AJS G8 project Engine no. G89219
A believed,c.1926 AJS G8 project Engine no. G89219
A believed,c.1926 AJS G8 project Engine no. G89219
A believed,c.1926 AJS G8 project Engine no. G89219
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