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AJS Trials model 26T
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Award recipients at the 2016 AMC Rally in Qld. See the rally report at the end of the photos
AJS50-20 portrait
rare 1950 AJS model 20 500cc
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  1. Hello. I have a 1946 AJS 18 for sale. It is registered and is in reasonable condition. Can you let me know how I go about listing it for sale? I am in Brisbane and am looking for $8,500 ono. Thanks. Duncan Stitt 0400002704. Duncan@ jonescolaw.com.au

  2. Hi, can anyone help me to understand the comment “rare 1950 AJS model 20 500cc” in the gallery? Is the 1950 model rare or is it that particular bike. I’m interested as I am led to believe my AJS is also 1950 (at least that is what the old rego papers say). Cheers Jon

    1. Hi Jon,
      The 1949 and 1950 models are unique in that all of the production was exported (none for the UK). These were the first of the AMC twins and only produced in limited numbers. Each year after 1950 the factory introduced modifications and changes. They were unique in that 49/50 were the only years they had candlestick rear shock absorbers. So if your 1950 bike is in ORIGINAL condition, with sand cast heads with 4 stud rocker covers, narrow flywheel crankshaft, 4 gallon tank, correct tinware and candlestick shocks it is a rare model.
      Regards…………..David

      1. Hi David, thanks for the reply. My bike does have the candlestick shocks the rest I need to check up on. When I get the chance I will post pics. Good news is that after being parked up for nearly seven years I merely gave it a good once over, cleaned the carbs fuel tank etc, cleaned the magneto pickups etc, checked for spark (confirmed when cleaning the armature, you can guess the rest) fitted plugs and about 10 kicks later she fired up.

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