The Raleigh Model 12 first appeared in 1924 as a replacement for the flat-twin. It sported a SV 798cc 60-degree V-twin with a Sturmey-Archer three-speed gearbox. It remained in production until 1927. The same engine was used in the firm's Model 13 and Model 15 sidecar combinations.
This machine features include a Bonniksen black-faced 100mph speedometer, Waltham 8-day clock, P&H lighting and Lucas bulb horn
Registration no. DS 7575
Frame no. 533
Engine no. V546
Courtesy New Zealand Classic Motorcycles
This machine spent time with Andy Tiernan Classics in the UK, who mentions that the sidecar is a Noxal.