1904 | Rex 3 1/2 HP

 

EUR 24.950 JPY 3.197.342 BGN 48.797 CZK 635.352 DKK 185.571 GBP 20.781 HUF 9.471.020 PLN 119.628 RON 123.478 SEK 266.698 CHF 25.566 ISK 3.542.900 NOK 246.002 HRK 188.797 RUB 2.924.165 TRY 387.995 AUD 38.336 BRL 143.707 CAD 35.324 CNY 175.803 HKD 217.649 IDR 400.032.332 ILS 90.199 INR 2.108.312 KRW 33.497.870 MXN 570.252 MYR 116.771 NZD 41.128 PHP 1.429.510 SGD 37.799 THB 910.800 ZAR 429.502

 

Rex 3 1/2 HP

Rex 3 1/2 HP

Rex 3 1/2 HP

Rex 3 1/2 HP

Rex 3 1/2 HP

Rex 3 1/2 HP

Rex 3 1/2 HP

Rex 3 1/2 HP
Rex 3 1/2 HP
Rex 3 1/2 HP
Rex 3 1/2 HP
Rex 3 1/2 HP
Rex 3 1/2 HP
Rex 3 1/2 HP
1904 | Rex 3 1/2 HP

EUR 24.950 JPY 3.197.342 BGN 48.797 CZK 635.352 DKK 185.571 GBP 20.781 HUF 9.471.020 PLN 119.628 RON 123.478 SEK 266.698 CHF 25.566 ISK 3.542.900 NOK 246.002 HRK 188.797 RUB 2.924.165 TRY 387.995 AUD 38.336 BRL 143.707 CAD 35.324 CNY 175.803 HKD 217.649 IDR 400.032.332 ILS 90.199 INR 2.108.312 KRW 33.497.870 MXN 570.252 MYR 116.771 NZD 41.128 PHP 1.429.510 SGD 37.799 THB 910.800 ZAR 429.502

 

Nederland

 
3/4 kW/PK
Thijs Lempens

Yesterdays

Beschrijving

Rex 1904 3¼ HP 373 cc automatic inlet over exhaust single engine # 1323

Rex was one of the first and foremost manufacturers of motorcycles in Britain.
Their advertising slogan read “ The King of British motors”, and the firm was a true market leader in design and development.
From 1902 the engine was positioned vertically in the frame, and all parts were made – so claimed the makers- at their own works.
In the course of 1903 the 75×75 bore and stroke dimensions were upped with 3 mm which led to a capacity of 373 cc.
New for 1904 were an increased fuel tank capacity, a slightly lowered frame plus a matching styled metal battery and coil box fitted in between saddle tube and rear guard.
The brown lining of the 1903 season was changed to a green coach line for the 1904 model.
At the 1904 Chrystal palace Show no less than 50 Rex machines were on display! Typical Rex features are the rectangular silencer chamber on the cylinder that dispenses with an external pipe and silencer, the patented cradle around the engine and the almost “L” shaped tank.
Detailed information about veteran Rexes can be found in Jamie Dee’s articles on the make in “Old Bike” magazines 9 & 10.
This early Rex was owned twice (in 1957 and 1971) by the renowned pre-war motorcycle racer Oliver Langton, who is most often associated with the Scott marque.
Oliver Langton had several Rex machines, and this was his favourite.
Its previous registration, ‘9 U’, was retained by the Langton family after Oliver’s death.

The machine features belt final drive with pedal assistance (by chain) and is equipped with bulb horn, bell, Sunbeam MCC badge, leather toolbox and combined rear carrier/stand.
This imposing Veteran has completed many Pioneer Runs and is offered with Pioneer Certificate No. 1487 and Science Museum dating certificate.

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