AJS



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AJS 7R

AJS 7R

WALKER MICK
This book covers every aspect of one of the best loved classic racing machines, from its beginnings back in Wolverhampton to the classic racing scene of today. AJS (Albert John Stevens) ranks right up there with the likes of Norton, Matchless and Velocette, when considering the cream of British racing motorcycles. The 7R had countless race track successes with many legendary riders including Les Graham, Mike Hailwood, Alan Shepherd and Bob...

$95.00




AJS 7R

AJS 7R

WALKER M
This second volume in the Mick Walker Racing Motorcycles series covers a variety of AJS 7R machines. Chapters discuss the Wolverhampton wonders, Plumstead, Porcupine, 3-valvet, record breaking, the engineers behind the bike, and more.

$80.00




AJS And Matchless The Postwar Models

AJS And Matchless The Postwar Models

BACON ROY
Perhaps for the first time, this book presents the definitive descriptions of all the models, sub-models, name changes, colour changes, parts swapping range-for-range, specification dodges and detail refinements of all the machines from AMC, whether they sported the Matchless ''flying M'' or the subtle roundal of blue AJS letters, produced since 1945. Very careful checking has taken place to ensure that all the information within is accurate to...

$75.00




AJS The Complete Story

AJS The Complete Story

WALKER MICK
AJS is one of the best-known names in British motorcycle history. Founded in 1910 by the Stevens brothers, in Wolverhampton, the company produced well-built touring and sporting machines for the next twenty years. In 1931 the financial problems that had dogged the company came to a head and AJS was wound up. Its saviour was Matchless, who moved production to Plumstead, London, but retained the AJS name as an important part of the scene. Over the...

$70.00




Matchless and AJS Restoration All Post War Road Singles & Twins

Matchless and AJS Restoration All Post War Road Singles & Twins

BACON ROY
The most comprehensive guide to restoration, renovation and development history of all post-war Matchless and AJS production motocycles. Invaluable guide to detailing that reveals a model's age and authenticity

$75.00




Villiers Everybodys Engine

Villiers Everybodys Engine

CARRICK R & WALKER M
This book sets out to record the amazing achievements of a real British industrial empire, the Wolverhampton based Villiers Engineering Company; spanning over 100 years of production, from the original cycle business to the final sell-off of the remaining industrial engine arm at the beginning of this century. The first Villiers engine arrived in 1912 and during the great years of the British motorcycle industry many products were...

$85.00





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