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A.J.Stevens Co. of Wolverhampton, England first started making motorcycles in the early 1909 and throughout its first 20 years of business amassed well over one hundred world records. The AJS name was sold and continued to be used by Matchless, Norton & Associated Motorcycles until 1969.

Although AJS motorcycles are quite rare these days it is worth looking for machines & spare parts available through Ebay in the countries listed below, you never know what luck you might have!!. If you do not find what you are looking for through Ebay, other suggestions we would make are that you contact one of the several AJS owners clubs worldwide for help & advice and / or place an ad in our Wanted & For Sale section further down on the right.

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1938 AJS Silver Streak

Engine Size: 498cc

First Produced: 1938

1938 AJS Silver Streak

This model AJS had a single cylinder engine with polished head & ports coupled to a 4 speed Burman gearbox. It was also available with 250cc & 350cc engines. AJS at the time were considered to be of excellent build quality & were extremely reliable.

1946 AJS Model 18

Engine Size: 498cc

First Produced: 1945

1946 AJS Model 18

The model 18 was in constant production until 1966, although they were to benefit from a few important changes through this period. Notably, in 1949 the suspension was changed to the'springer' type, providing a much better ride. The model 18 then became the 18S. Also in 1951 larger 'jam pot'shock absorbers were fitted.

1950 AJS 20 500

Engine Size: 498cc

First Produced: 1948

AJS 500

Powered by a four stroke parallel twin 29hp engine with a 4 speed gearbox, this machine was capable of speeds up to 93mph. Production continued until 1961.

1953 AJS E95 Porcupine

Engine Size: 497cc

First Produced: 1953

AJS E95 Porcupine

Made for racing this AJS was originally meant to be supercharged, but regulations prohibited this. It was then armed with twin carburetors & a close ratio gearbox. The engine never reached its potential & only four of these motorcycles were ever built.

1957 AJS Model 31CSR Hurricane

Engine Size: 646cc

First Produced: 1957

1957 AJS Hurricane

Also known as the 'Coffee Shop Racer', this was the high performance version of the Model 31, it had the newly designed 646cc four stroke OHV twin engine with two valves per cylinder. Unfortunately this model suffered frequently from oil leaks and vibration.

1959 AJS Model 14CSR Super Sports

Engine Size: 248.5cc

First Produced: 1958

1949 AJS Model 14 CSR

The photo shows the Matchless version, which was exactly the same apart from badges. Powered by a single cylinder 248cc OHV engine this model was also adapted to become a successful scrambler. Production ceased in 1966.

1961 AJS Model 8 350

Engine Size: 347cc

First Produced: 1960

AJS Model 8 350

Manufactured only between 1960 - 62 this model had a single cylinder 347cc OHV 2 valve engine coupled to a 4 speed gearbox.

1961 AJS R7 'Boy Racer'

Engine Size: 349.2cc

First Produced: 1948

AJS R7 Boy Racer

Developed from the model of 1948, this one was produced with the Isle of Man TT races in mind. With a 350cc OHV triple cam engine this model actually outshined the Italian bikes such as the Ducati in its debut TT race. Production of this model ceased in 1963.

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