1948 A.J.S 350cc - Model 48/16M - Registration no. EPY 899

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1948 A.J.S 350cc - Model 48/16M - Registration no. EPY 899

Postby James Bannister » Thu Oct 29, 2020 11:35 am

Hi guys,

I've just found an old invoice for my grandfather's AJS and I would be very very interested in finding and buying back the bike.

Details are as follows:

1948 A.J.S 350cc
Model 48/16M
Model no. 78935
Engine no. 9158B
Frame no. 32995
Registration no. EPY 899

I'm also looking for two of his other bikes:

Francis Barnett, registration number AVN 344

Ariel, registration number DAJ 936

Any assistance would be much appreciated!

Best,

James

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Re: 1948 A.J.S 350cc - Model 48/16M - Registration no. EPY 8

Postby clive » Thu Oct 29, 2020 2:42 pm

have you looked at the DVLA site to see if they are registered?
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Re: 1948 A.J.S 350cc - Model 48/16M - Registration no. EPY 8

Postby James Bannister » Sun Nov 01, 2020 11:09 am

clive wrote:have you looked at the DVLA site to see if they are registered?


Unfortunately not one of them is still registered...

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Re: 1948 A.J.S 350cc - Model 48/16M - Registration no. EPY 8

Postby clive » Sun Nov 01, 2020 1:27 pm

Well the registration numbers may have been sold on, but its going to make the task of finding them more difficult.
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Re: 1948 A.J.S 350cc - Model 48/16M - Registration no. EPY 8

Postby SPRIDDLER » Sun Nov 01, 2020 4:16 pm

Not one of those registrations is showing as insured or has any MOT history so the chances are that they have either been scrapped or have been languishing unused since before the computerisation of the DVLA records. Shame.
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