The Ariel NH Hunter (1949) is a vintage British motorcycle that resonates with the spirit of the post-WWII era. With its classic style and iconic design, it is a stylish yet reliable machine helps make any ride, a memorable one. At the heart of the Ariel NH Hunter (1949) lies an air-cooled, 4-stroke, single cylinder, 350cc engine. This powerful motor allows for a maximum speed of 80 mph and provides riders with adequate power while remaining efficient on fuel. Further assisting the motor is an Amal carburetor, a classic English feature, which bolsters the performance and delivers a classic purr when firing up the engine. The timeless design of the Ariel NH Hunter (1949) is sure to capture the imagination of any rider. With its traditional color schemes, metal fenders, and that iconic triangular headlight, this model cuts an imposing figure on the road. In addition to its exterior, the Ariel NH Hunter (1949) also features a 4-speed foot gearbox, needle-roller track rod ends, and BTH magneto. Furthermore, the Ariel NH Hunter (1949) comes with design touches that further elevate its classic look. Such details include a classic British saddle seat, authentic red tensioners, and a vintage paint splash, all of which add to its appeal and make it an ideal choice for any vintage enthusiast. For those who appreciate the charm of a vintage British style, the Ariel NH Hunter (1949) is an ideal choice. With its classic design, reliable performance, and fuel efficiency, this vintage motorcycle is sure to leave a lasting impression.
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