1928 OHV Popular

1928 popular

Appearance As picture 



Engine - 3 ½ h.p. 4-stroke OHV, 74mm. x 81mm. bore and stroke, having a capacity of 348c.c., enclosed overhead rocker gear, running on roller bearings and automatically lubricated from timing case. Double row roller big end and main bearing.

Lubrication - Mechanical oil pump on engine shaft, direct to big end under pressure.

Carburettor - AMAC with adjustable pilot jet.

Tank - 2 gallons petrol, 1 quarts oil, enamelled lustre black, lined panel gold.

Ignition - B.T.H. varibale magneto.

Gearbox - Burman 3-speed with clutch and kick starter, heavy roller chain front and back.

Wheels and Tyres - 27 x 2.75 in. , with North British W.O. Sports tyres.

Frame - Weldless steel tubing, patent girder spring forks.

Brakes - Large expanding hub front and rear.

Standard Fittings - Patent spring seat, front and rear stands, 5in. heavy section mudguards with stays, carrier and toolbags, with complete set of tools and grease gun, knee grips fitted to tank.

Finsished in 4 coats best black lustre enamel.



With or without lighting set (side car lighting extra)

Available with choice of 2 side cars fitted (click links below to view):

Sports Aluminum Side Car, painted, frosted or fabric covered.

Super Sports Frosted Aluminium Octagonal Side Car, fitted with screen, rear locker and apron.


Additional Information  - (Available to members in downloads section)

  • 1928 Sales Brochure.
  • Advertisements as published in 1928.
  • The Motor Cycle, 1927 - Road Test of the 350cc Popular Model.
  • The Motor Cycle, June 28th, 1927 - Twin-Port Announcement.


  • 1928 Sales Brochure.