AJS Stormer - Classic British Scramblers.

Information on the Stormer 2-stroke machines
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Re: AJS Stormer - Classic British Scramblers.

Postby Stan Palmer » Mon Nov 25, 2013 6:34 pm

I had an HJH about 1962. It was a Trials, with square tube frame. The only one I ever saw. The horrible banana forks fell prey to the sand at Weavers down and bent badly, they were replaced with Royal Enfied Teles. Eventually the frame broke and the 9E was shoehorned into an earlier FB frame, canted at an angle as it must have been longer than a 7E. We didn't worry about things like frame numbers then, so it remained an HJH and was traded at Comerfords for a new Greeves for my Brother in law. I kept his cub as my part of the transaction. So if someone somewhere is puzzled his HJH looks a lot like a Fanny B ...
I never knew the maker went to prison, he would have fitted well into Brixton society at that time !

Stan

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