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Hi guys,
I work at a history museum in Australia and we showcase all aspects of life from about 1880 up to about the 40's.
I have been put in charge of finding out what a few old motorcycle frames are and would appreciate any knowledge or guesswork!
I'd really like to know what this one is if anyone can even throw a guess!?
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With all due respect to the knowledge here, I think your best chance for an answer is to post these pictures in the Antique Motorcycle Club of America's Facebook page.
 

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With all due respect to the knowledge here, I think your best chance for an answer is to post these pictures in the Antique Motorcycle Club of America's Facebook page.
I agree only because all bases should be covered which includes all forums. Especially now that VerticalScope owns almost all of them so it's not a big deal now.:( :( :(
 

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With a trailing G on the part number I'd try the AJS/Matchless Club for info. My Matchless has A trailing G on its parts. Try searching for the main club in the UK.
 
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