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1951 Sunbeam S7

1/29/2013 10:01:14 AM

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 1951 Sunbeam S7 

1951 Sunbeam S7

Originally a famous bicycle maker, John Marston produced his first Sunbeam motorcycle in 1913. It was a side-valve single with and enclosed primary. Sunbeam quickly established a fine reputation for high-quality enamel finishes, enclosed chain drives and the sound engineering designs of J.E. Greenwood. Sunbeam motorcycles were made in England from 1913 to 1957.

1951 Sunbeam S7 



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