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royal enfield identification #152677
08/20/07 12:47 pm
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can you help my for the identification the 3 royal enfield ? 1) n.frame 69448 n. engine 16723 2)n.frame 15569 n. engine c9347 3)n.frame 6626 n. engine cc30058..............thanks foryou help me end excuse for my bad english

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Re: royal enfield identification #152678
08/20/07 3:04 pm
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Can't help with the ID but if you try Hitchcoks message board they may be able to help
http://www.hitchcocksmotorcycles.com/
George


57 Woodsman
64 Interceptor
58 Trailblazer
59 Constellation
64 500 Sport twin
61 Hornet

2001 W650
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Re: royal enfield identification #152679
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Your numbers (engine) may be incomplete.Check closely on the left boss just below the cylinder pad. Record alphabetical characters and numers.Some may be forward of the big screw plug in that area.

1st 16723 may be "YB 16723" would be for 1965 Interceptor 750 series 1

2nd c9347 may be an Indian Chief for 1959
closest numbers "SMPB 9300" but may have been "SMPC 9347" prior to change to S/N PC 50001 unless you have the frame number switched. Then it would be "YB 15569" which would be a 1964 Interceptor 750 series 1.

3rd "CC 30058" matches with a 1960 Meteor Minor 500cc twin.

I can not help you with the frame numbers but the Royal Enfield Owners Club in England can date them and tell what machine they were manufactured as + who they were first sold to.

I hope this will help.
Kerby

Re: royal enfield identification #152680
08/21/07 7:42 am
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thanks for you help my ,I will check the serial numbers of the motorbikes

Re: royal enfield identification #152681
08/23/07 4:10 pm
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I have looked for other numbers on motorcycles and found these numbers :1: in the hose of the steeringin gear number 69448 end in left of crankcase number C16723...... 2:in the hose of the steeringin gear number 15569 end in left of crankcase number C9347..........3:in the hose of the steeringin gear 6626 and in the base of the cylinder number CC30058 end in the front crankcase number AGE483 THANKS FOR YOU HELP MY

Re: royal enfield identification #152682
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I think I was very close on the #1 and #3 bikes.

#1 Should be a 1965 MK I Interceptor but not absolutly certain. Frame number is close to 1965 Models on Burton's Bike Bits web site(UK).The C prefix seems to indicate a MK IA Interceptor but numbers do not indicate that.

#2 I can not be certain. Is it a twin cylinder engine? Does it have 1 carburetor or 2? Is engine similar to #1 Bike?

#3 I am certain it is a 1960 Meteor Minor 496CC twin cylinder model by frame and engine numbers.
Kerby

Re: royal enfield identification #152683
08/23/07 7:37 pm
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The 1 First Motorcycle An Only Carburetor And A Solo Cylinder Four Times it is it Seems A 350 CC La 2 it is Equal As Motor MA it Seems One 250 The 3 it Seems The Motorbike That Says Her I/you/they have Gone to See On Internet BUT it Seems A 650 From the Motor.O MAKE TO SEE PHOTO AS I CAN DO?

Re: royal enfield identification #152684
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My information covers the 2 cylinder models.
I am making a list for the 1 cylinder models but it is not complete.

#1 May be a 350 Bullet 1960 to 1965.

#2 May be a 250 Crusader but I do not have prefix information. 250 models include Clipper, Crusader, Super 5, and Continental/GT. These were unit construction 1 cylinder models made from
1957 to 1967. Many later models have a 5 speed transmission instead of 4 speed.

Kerby



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