Hi, Says Ariel, front hydraulics suggest post 1945 Regards Vintman I think it's an Ariel 350, model NG or NH, probably built between '46 and '51 (until '45 they used girder forks and in '51 they changed the badge). It's not a 500, those have larger fins on the cilinderhead.
License number A7936. A = Stockholms stad. Motorcycles was unfortunately not in the Bilkalendern books.
for a better identification
I's a BSA Bluestar 500cc from '34 or '35
It has swing fork rear suspension - rare in 1950. It might be a Matchless G80. yes, with the "Candlestics" shocks, the pre'Jampots
I think it's a Matchless G3/L from '49 or '50 or maybe an older one (military bike?) with modified rear, because the way the rear shocks are connected to the frame is not standard.
JAP-engine and this front fork makes me guess Husqvarna. It is a Norton Manx, circa 1939.
Manx or International? bike Nb 18 is not the same (shoots by atom)
Hi, Triumph twin. Regards Vintman
Triumph Speedtwin about 1947.
Of course this picture is mirrored, look at the numbers! So we are looking at the left sides of the bikes (the primary drive side) which makes it very hard to distinguish what kind of engine they have. Looking at the nice exhaustpipes of bike No. 17 I guess it is a 250 or 350 from mid '30s as those pipes were the fashion then. The tankbadge looks like Ariel, but it could very well be a Triumph or BSA. The bike with No. 16 could be a Velocette (KTS? look at the oil pipes to the cilinderhead) from mid 30's if I look at the tank and badge. After looking at the other picture that features the bike with number 17 from the right side, I think it is probably a Triumph T80
I checked again and looking at the picture at /vehicle_247572.html I think bike no. 17 is a 500cc BSA Bluestar from '34 or '35.
Hi, Looks like a cca 1935 250cc Ariel. Regards Vintman
Certainly Ariel but with tele forks will be later than 1935 - most likely a post WW2 Red Hunter.
Looks to be a JAP-engine.
- 15 is a Matchless - probably a circa 1948 G3.
It is a Harley-Davidson but not sure of the model. The tank badge would suggest this bike is about 1948. Being side valve it is most likely a model WL or maybe a UL. I think the bike in the thumnails is an older model. I agree
The second bike in the thumbnail is not a WL but a big twin (VL/UL) because it has the chaindrive at the left side. WL have the chain at the right side.