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John Marston Ltd were known in the early part of the 20th century for making bicycles & cars, Sunbeam motorcycle production began in 1912.

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1932 Sunbeam Model 90

Engine Size: 493cc

First Produced: 1928

1932 Sunbeam Model 90

Air cooled, Single cylinder, four stroke, SOHV engine coupled to a 3 speed manually operated gearbox. The last model 90 was manufactured in 1933 and was superceded by the model 95.

1931 Sunbeam Model 10 Sprint

Engine Size: 344cc

First Produced: 1930

1926 Sunbeam Model 10 Sprint

This model had an air cooled single cylinder, OHV 4 stroke engine which was coupled to a 3 speed gearbox. There was no rear suspension, but it did have a sprung saddle!!

1935 Sunbeam Model 95

Engine Size: 493cc

First Produced: 1934

1935 Sunbeam Model 95

Air cooled, single cilinder, side valve engine with a single exhaust port & a downdraught TT carburetor. Couples to a 4 speed gearbox & chain drive. Listed in two varieties, the ‘95R’ in race trim and the more expensive ‘95L’ with lighting. They used exactly the same specification engines.

1935 Sunbeam Model 14

Engine: 246cc

First Produced: 1933

1936 Sunbeam Model 14

Air cooled, single cylinder 4 stroke engine with a 4 speed gearbox. These 250cc longstroke machines continued for 1934, but was replaced by a new model, the 248cc Model 16, for 1935.

1936 Sunbeam Model 16

Engine: 248cc

First Produced: 1934

1936 Sunbeam Model 16

Air cooled, single cylinder, side valve engine coupled to a 4 speed gearbox & chain drive. This was the first Sunbeam with a proprietary gearbox, made by Burman. 

1950 Sunbeam S7

Engine: 487cc

First Produced: 1946

1950 Sunbeam S8

Air / oil cooled, parallel twin, SOHC engine producing 25 hp @ 5800 rpm & coupled to a 4 speed gearbox & shaft drive. It was one of the most technically advanced motorcycles of its age. With its all aluminium, "unit-construction", single overhead-camshaft, horizontally split engine, it also boasted shaft drive & a smooth power delivery.

1950 Sunbeam S8

Engine: 487cc

First Produced: 1949

1950 Sunbeam S8

Air / oil cooled, parallel twin, SOHC engine producing 25 hp @ 6000 rpm & coupled to a 4 speed gearbox & shaft drive. In 1949 BSA decided to tackle both the performance and the styling by launching the new S8 as a sports alternative to the touring S7. Lighter than its predecessor, but it still failed when compared to the likes of BMW on which it was based.

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