The Model as illustrated above has been produced to meet the demand for a Utility Machine which, whilst being absolutely reliable, is economical and suitable in every way for everyday use or long holiday jaunts. No special attention has been directed towards obtaining maximum speed, but the machine may be relied upon to give a fair average, climb all hills with ease, and is easily controlled. The specification in relation to the price is a really wonderful one. Nothing essential has been omitted, and the machine is one which may be depended upon for hard service over long periods with a minimum of attention. Notwithstanding the extraordinarily low price at which it is offered, this Model carries the benefit of the usual " JAMES " Guarantee.
ENGINE "Villiers" 2 h.p. two-stroke, single port.
CARBURETTER Single lever.
IGNITION Flywheel magneto.
SILENCER Single pipe, with large silencer and fishtail.
GEAR BOX Three-speed and hand control clutch.
TRANSMISSION Roller chains.
BRAKES Interna1 expanding back and front. Very efficient, with weather protectors.
FRAME "Baker" patented duplex construction built with best quality tubes.
FORKS "Baker" brazeless blades well triangulated for strength.
HANDLEBAR Fully adjustable.
STAND Central prop type enabling front or rear wheel to be raised from ground.
TYRES "Goodyear" 23 in. x 3 in. W.O.
MUDGUARDS Wide dome section, ribbed top.
TANK Patent welded steel saddle type finished superfine
"James" brown, two shades, neatly lined, large capacity.
SADDLE Terry flexible spring seat.
EQUIPMENT large tool bag. tool kit, lyre inflater, and oil gun.
WEIGHT under 224 lbs.
LIGHTING "Villiers" direct lighting set, with large head lamp, tail lamp, and parking light.
LEG SHIELDS Incorporating an efficient under-shield to engine.
FINISH Brilliant black on rustproof surface. Nickel chrome finish to bright parts.
TAX 30/- per annum.
INCLUDING ELECTRIC LIGHTING AND EQUIPMENT, see Specification.
Deferred Terms, including Insurance—Deposit £7 0 0 and 12 Monthly Payments of £1 17 6
Derived from a 1932 James catalogue posted to Early Motorcycle Literature