Originally launched in 1919 the AA's "mechanical first aid outfits' saw a rider/trained mechanic along with a sidecar stocked with parts and tools attend stranded cars with the intention of repairing at the roadside for the first time. Renamed in the 50s as 'road service outfits' originally using Chater Lee and Triumph motorcycles before the Adoption of the BSA M21.
The M21 was designed with sidecar use in mind and were used by the AA in 1950s and 60s right up until the last motorcycles units were replaced with vans in 1968.
This particular example was first registered March 1960 with the DVLA as 3 wheeled motorcycle (bike and sidecar). Sold with original brown log book (current V5 also available) showing the original owners as the Automobile Association from March 1960 till March 1968 when the AA replaced Bikes and sidecars with vans.
Restored to its original condition by the British Motorcycle museum in the late 80s and still presented in original condition.
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GUIDE PRICE £4,000 - £6,000