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1969 Matchless G50 Tom Arter

1969 Matchless G50 in Continental Circus, Documentary, 1972 IMDB

Class: Bikes, Racing — Model origin: UK

1969 Matchless G50 Tom Arter

Position 00:33:44 [*][*][*] Vehicle used by a character or in a car chase

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mike962

2012-02-02 20:48

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from SPA , Belgium

jplemoine FR

2012-02-19 17:31

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Triton? Seeley?

-- Last edit: 2012-02-19 17:31:30

DidierF FR

2016-01-22 01:47

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Ou peut-être Matchless, puisque c'est une Matchless que Findlay a utilisée à Spa en 1969.

DidierF FR

2016-01-24 02:18

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C'est Spa, GP de Belgique 69, et c'est bien une Matchless (probablement encore nommée G50) de Tom Arter confiée à Findlay.

DidierF FR

2016-01-25 23:44

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Ah, je ne veux pas vous priver de ces images :

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(la poussée du départ, à Spa.)

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(Après la course.)

DidierF FR

2016-01-31 05:56

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If there is any race motorbikes buff around, here is my little problem: AMC (Norton+AJS/Matchless) announced in october 1963 (*) the end of the production for the Norton Manx, the AJS 7R and the Matchless G50—which was a development (displacement increased to 500cc) of the AJS 7R.

So, how should I (we) date this motorcycle? '1963' would be probably more appropriated for it, no?

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(*) This Racing Memory site is a marvel. I've been spending days in strolling through it. Naturally, reading there raises more questions than provides answers.

By the way, does any one have directions for

1. a site (or sites) telling the story of British national motorbike competitions, as far as possible in depth? I'm chiefly interested in the immediate post-war to late 60's years.

2. a site (or sites) detailing characteristics (possibly with pictures) of the racing motorbikes—as far as possible, for the same years—of all countries, mainly UK, Italy, Germany, Japan, Spain, East-Germany, Czechoslovakia, Sweden and, why not, France?

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