The Shuttleworth Spring Motorcycle Sale 2024 Motorcycles 12 • The Norton 16H was produced from the early 1900s with a 490cc engine until the early 1950s • This example was re-fitted with a 1940 633cc ‘Big 4’ engine during its time with the MOD • With its reliable side-valve engine with good torque, it became very popular as a sidecar puller • Widely used in WWII by the British and Russian forces due to its ease of use, low maintenance and fuel economy • This ex-MOD example is presented in older restored condition and in running order • Registered for the road in Birmingham in April 1946 after being decommissioned • Complete with history file containing old RF60 logbook, VMCC dating letter, old photos, receipts and old handbook • Great example with good history Ex-WWII Norton 16H fitted with a ‘Big 4’ engine. Estimate: £3,000 - £5,000 Registration: PXS 785 Frame No: 69380 Engine No: 2259 Specialist: Mark Bryan Telephone No: 07958 107974 Lot 709 1942 Norton 16H 660cc • Based in Bidford-on-Avon in Warwickshire, Squire produced sidecars from 1973 until 1988 • The company was bought out by Watsonian Sidecars in 1988 • Part of a large private Collection • This example is presented in ‘garage find’ condition • Recently fitted to a bike and appears to be in working condition • Complete with parts as pictured • On offer at No Reserve 1980s Squire Sidecar. Estimate: Offered Without Reserve Registration: UNREGISTERED Frame No: N/A Engine No: N/A Specialist: Mark Bryan Telephone No: 07958 107974 Lot 710 c.1980 Squire Sidecar More Details Lot 709 Bid On Lot 709 More Details Lot 710 Bid On Lot 710