Devitt MCN Festival of Motorcycling Sale 2023 14th May 2023

31 + buyers premium of 12.5% plus VAT (15% incl VAT) Lot 348 c.1930 AJS R7 350cc • Introduced for competition use in 1930, the R7 was a 350cc OHC racer with a very distinctive timing cover • This example is not original and appears to have been built from parts • Purchased from the late Ken Senior estate • Formed part of a large Collection for some time and unused so will require recommissioning or restoration before use • Appears to have been used at some point in sprints or races • Sold as is, potential buyers must satisfy themselves in terms of its originality and completeness before bidding Good looking but non-original c.1930 AJS R7. Registration: UNREGISTERED Frame No: 1013 Engine No: NOT SEEN Estimate: £6,000 - £8,000 Consignor: Mark Bryan Tel No: 07958 107974 Lot 349 1914 Douglas Model W 348cc • Developed by Douglas at the start of WW1 for dispatch riders, being light and fairly quick was soon to become a favourite • Two-speed clutchless gears, front and rear brakes, reliable and easy to maintain in the field • This 1914 example was restored from a ‘barn find’ by its current owner 20 years ago to its current condition • Maintains most of its original features including its acetylene light kit and benefits from a recent magneto rebuild • Not used for a few years so may require some recommissioning before use • Small history file containing a dating letter, handwritten info sheet and its V5C • Original leather drive belt has been replaced for a more usable V-belt • Great Pioneer or Banbury Run machine The WWI dispatch riders bike of choice. Registration: SV 8809 Frame No: 14471 Engine No: 14688 Estimate: £5,000 - £6,000 Consignor: Mark Bryan Tel No: 07958 107974 More Details Lot 348 Bid On Lot 348 More Details Lot 349 Bid On Lot 349