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Magnetoman, robcurrie
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Original Post (Thread Starter)
#815350 07/07/2020 12:41 PM
by robcurrie
robcurrie
There isn't much happening on this forum, either the marque is very reliable or the owners know everything!
Here is a change of scenery, it is my 1962 AJS Model 31 CSR with optional Speed Kit.
[Linked Image from i.postimg.cc]
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by NickL
NickL
That is a very nice looking bike.
You don't see many around with the twin carb etc set up, even in the UK.
They could go better than a lot of people thought, glad your one still hits the ton.
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by Fullminator
Fullminator
Looking back at this thread, I think I may have hijacked the originator, robcurrie, sorry Rob, I hope I haven't offended you. Your original post with picture of your fine AJS got me thinking of my own AJS bikes, one of which I am working on now, and these questions have come up.
Thanks to George Kaplan and Rohan, for your picture and experience. I think I know what my frame and engine plates now need.
Fullminator
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