1955 AJS Prices, Values and Specs

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AJS Note

VINTAGE - As you use this price guide for Vincent motor-cycles, please keep in mind that the values indicated are based on the limited pricing data available. Your comments on the Vincent motor-cycle values shown are very much welcomed. These are approximate pricing guidelines due to the fact that Vincent offered several options to discriminating customers causing many variations within a model line. When considering a Vincent purchase try to obtain as much English or American owner history on that particular motorcycle as you can. The most important item you can obtain is the "factory works card" or simply the "build sheet". This will help verify the sellers claims on the motorcycle's authenticity plus guarantee that it is a factory produced motorcycle and not one assembled from spare parts. Additional pricing guidelines: deduct 25-40% for an assembled non-factory built, non-numbers matching (frame number and motor number not the required 1900 digits apart). 1924-1933 Due to the rarity of these years and models of Vincent, pricing data is still being collected.
(Model years 1983 - 1942)

16M SINGLE 350cc
16MC COMPETITION SINGLE 350cc
16MCS COMPETITION SCRAMBLER SINGLE 350cc
16MS SINGLE 350cc
18 SINGLE 500cc
18C SINGLE 500cc
18CS COMPETITION SCRAMBLER SINGLE 500cc
18S SINGLE 500cc
20 TWIN 500cc
20B TWIN 545cc
7R BOY RACER SINGLE 350cc
AJS was the title of cars and motorcycles produced by the English company A. J. Stevens & Co. Ltd. The company was founded in 1909 and operated until it was taken over in 1931. Today AJS still exists in name and is primarily known for their road bikes, roadster, and custom cruiser motorcycles.