1936 Brough Superior SS100
Price on Application | Location: United Kingdom
Constructed by the Brough Superior Works at Haydn Road, Nottingham in 1936, this superb example is one of the earliest known surviving examples, being the third SS100 model produced with the newly introduced (for 1936) Matchless based V-Twin engine which superseded the previous ‘JAP’ engine fitted to all earlier SS100 models.
Owned for over four decades by a founding member of the Brough Superior Club, this superb example was retired from road use in 1960 and remained in private ownership until it was acquired by another prominent member of the Brough Club in the 2000s.
Subsequently fully restored to exacting standards and supplied with an existing works record from the club, this highly original and early MX100 is complete with matching numbers frame/engine and original 1936 registration.
Full details to follow.
Photo Credit: Tim Scott