Matchless g3l army knowledge
I believe the remaining four were kept in the UK for the rest of the war. Domestic dispatch time. Get the item you ordered or your money back. Like ammeter, switch, levers, speedo etc. I have on my own bike, about six different shades of green, all on NOS Plumstead parts.
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As the British Army carried on using the wartime WD G3/L right up to To the best of my knowledge the battle dress was a "MvO" restamped. New to the forum, recently bought a Matchless G3L () with the view to get a feel and some knowledge of the G3L before looking again for a WD G3L, as you mention parts etc during the life of G3L, I know how the Army. Back to the Matchless G3, I have read that they have the cc OHV complete British Army MP uniform for his-he displays it on a mannikin at.
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This was a cc But what about North Africa, or Italy? As testimony to the rough use, each of the 5 WM20s I have worked on had dented rear wheel rims and bent rear axles. In the old days I think you had to mix axle grease with white spirit.
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They were also made in cavalry twill or green twill fabric.
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|Visit Shop. Your mudguards do not look standard Matchless for that year, nor your rear chain guard and the battery clamp.
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Hi Paul. Military orders were placed for the 16H designated WD16H for War Department use from and continued throughout the course of the Second World War, setting a ten year record for the longest time the War Office procured a single make of motorcycle.
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Picture of Indian army machine Indian Army Service corpsKohat. The Matchless G3L is a motorcycle developed for use by the British Army during The G3/L cc OHV became one of the most popular motorcycles used during After 35years of experience we claim to have an extensive knowledge of the.
PayPal preferred. The pannier frames are slightly different to most I,ve seen as they don't have the wing nut to secure when down or up.
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However the woollen Battle dress uniform was copied from the Canadian version: in green rather than khaki and with the pattern folds in the chest pockets etc. Where they taper at the calf a khaki drill band with a vent is secured by two buttons these were unfastened to give greater room when pulling the breeches over the feet.