Upcoming Events

Jan
11
Sat
9:00 am CAROL NASH CLASSIC BIKE GUIDE WI... @ Newark Showground
CAROL NASH CLASSIC BIKE GUIDE WI... @ Newark Showground
Jan 11 @ 9:00 am – Jan 12 @ 5:00 pm
CAROL NASH CLASSIC BIKE GUIDE WINTER CLASSIC @ Newark Showground
Held in the grounds of the Newark Showground. A large covered display of classic and vintage bikes, including club stands. Also, a variety of vendors and an outdoor auto jumble with bargains to help you[...]
Feb
1
Sat
9:00 am CAROL NASH BRISTOL CLASSIC BIKE ... @ The Royal Bath & West Showground
CAROL NASH BRISTOL CLASSIC BIKE ... @ The Royal Bath & West Showground
Feb 1 @ 9:00 am – Feb 2 @ 4:00 pm
NOTE – Date change due to inclement weather What’s on Classic Bike Shows’ annual trip to the West Country is well known for the extravagant exhibitions put on by the local motorcycle clubs who go[...]
Feb
23
Sun
9:00 am Cogenhoe Swap Meet 2020 @ Cogenhoe Village Hall
Cogenhoe Swap Meet 2020 @ Cogenhoe Village Hall
Feb 23 @ 9:00 am – 1:00 pm
Cogenhoe Swap Meet 2020 @ Cogenhoe Village Hall
MEMBERS ONLY FREE EVENT This is a member’s only auto jumble where you can bring and buy Triple parts and sometimes complete bikes. Those hidden gems and hard to find parts can sometimes be found[...]

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Factory Numbering System

Machine numbers are composed of a model number, a two character date code and a five digit serial number. On some models, the model number is a prefix and on others it is a suffix. For example:

T160NN43128

CH27346T150V

The actual month of build is shown by the first letter.  The second letter gives the model year.

Production for sales in the following year began in August, so the prefix NH indicates a 1973 model built in October 1972.

Frame and engine numbers matched when the machines left the factory.

First Letter Second Letter
A  January C  1969
B  February D  1970
C  March E  1971
D  April G  1972
E  May H  1973
G  June J   1974
H  July K  1975
J   August N  1976
K  September
N  October
P  November