Blueprint AJS 7R (1948)

AJS 7R (1948)


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The AJS 7R (1948) was a British motorcycle manufactured by AJS and was the first in a new line of models designed to meet the growing demand for lightweight racers. The 7R was a single-cylinder four-stroke that featured a 350cc engine and a top speed of 80mph. It weighed in at a lightweight 250 lbs, making it an ideal roadster for sporty riders looking for a fast but relatively low-cost machine. The seven-speed gearbox gave the bike plenty of speed and maneuverability, and the telescopic forks and dual rear shocks provided a comfortable ride. The bike featured a number of period specific touches, including an attractive teardrop-shaped fuel tank with chromed handrails, and a distinctive 'AJS 7R' badge affixed to the headlamp. The AJS 7R was also equipped with classic centre-hub horns, Smiths brakes, and sturdy Lucas Magneto ignition. This was a classic British racer from the post-war era and it provided excellent performance and reliability at an affordable price.

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