Upcoming Events

Feb
23
Sat
9:00 am 39th CAROL NASH BRISTOL CLASSIC ... @ The Royal Bath & West Showground
39th CAROL NASH BRISTOL CLASSIC ... @ The Royal Bath & West Showground
Feb 23 @ 9:00 am – Feb 24 @ 5:00 pm
NOTE – Date change due to inclement weather What’s on From humble beginnings in 1980, the show has grown and evolved into Britain’s greatest annual celebration of all that is best about the motorcycles of[...]
Feb
24
Sun
9:00 am Cogenhoe Swap Meet 2019 @ Cogenhoe Village Hall
Cogenhoe Swap Meet 2019 @ Cogenhoe Village Hall
Feb 24 @ 9:00 am – 1:00 pm
Cogenhoe Swap Meet 2019 @ Cogenhoe Village Hall
MEMBERS ONLY FREE EVENT Come along to the Cogenhoe Village Hall for the superb Swap Meet. Free Tables available for you to sell your spare triple parts and there will be lots available for purchase.[...]
Apr
27
Sat
9:00 am The 39th Carole Nash Internation... @ Staffordshire County Showground
The 39th Carole Nash Internation... @ Staffordshire County Showground
Apr 27 @ 9:00 am – Apr 28 @ 5:00 pm
A flagship event of the classic motorcycling calendar, the Carole Nash International Classic MotorCycle Show is well into its fourth decade and is still going strong. Welcoming the very best that classic British motorcycling has[...]

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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