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Matchless 1946 Clubman Models


THE World famous Matchless "Clubman" Model reappears in Civillan form after six years' strenuous service with the forces in every theatre of war. First in France and Belgium in 1939, then to Egypt, Libya, Algeria, Morocco, Sicily, Italy, India, Burma, again into France, Belgium, Holland and Germany--in fact, everywhere where there was a real tough job of work to be done - there was the Matchless "Clubman" in Service rig-out. The first British Military Matchless was the well-known *350* "Clubman" Model G3, which was superseded in August, 1941, by the now famous Teledraulic equipped G3/L, a machine which has been lauded and praised by British and Allied Servicemen in every place and clime.

The *500* "Clubman" G80 also re-appears, but Teledraulic equipped, of course. Here is a choice of two "Clubman " Models which we can, with the backing of our Fifty Years' experience in the industry, recommend to the Public with a confidence savoured with pride.

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