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By Web editor, 4 October 2012
November's The Classic MotorCycle out now!
November's The Classic MotorCycle out now!

Featured bikes in November's issue include a rare Vincent, Rudge Ulster, Wideline Norton Dominators, OK Supreme Racer, James Cadet, Husqvarna Aberg replica, buying a Mk.1 Velocette, and much more. This month's issue includes a free reprint of The Motor Cycle from 1908...

This month's contents includes...
News   
Founders Day   
Eext GP   
Subscribe and save   
West Kent Run   
Letters   
Men who mattered (Val Page)   
John Surtees interview   
Classic advert   
For various budgets (enclosed models)   
Jerry Thurston column   
Archive image on The Classic MotorCycleArchive photograph: The Leinster 200, May 1936
Start of the 1936 Leinster 200, then the biggest and most important road race in the Irish Republic. That year’s event was the first to be held on the 5.9 mile Tallaght-Templeogue-Old Bawn circuit, which had been used in 1935 for the Leinster Trophy car race.
Which model? (Mk.I ‘cammy’ Velocette)   
Roy Poynting Column   
Norton Dominator (wideline)   
Rob Taylor profile   
Husqvarna Aberg Replica   
Readers restoration (Vincent Rapide)   
Straight from the plate – Crystal Palace, 1927   
James Cadet   
Seen from the saddle   
OK supreme RacerOK Supreme ‘racer’ 
This cleverly restored, unusual – and bright blue finished – JAP-powered OK Supreme attracts attention wherever it goes
Restoration Guide – Rudge Ulster   
Closer Look – MZs at the ISDT   
You were asking   
Parts interchangeability – nuts and bolts   
Technical feature – gearboxes part three   
Next month   
Diary   
Classic camera   

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