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1939 Brough Superior 1000cc Golden Dream Show Model

1939 Brough Superior 1000cc Golden Dream Show Model

George Brough's Dream was first exhibited at Earls Court in 1938. Mainly the design work of H J Hatch, the engine was a four-cylinder in the form of two horizontally opposed flat twins mounted one above the other and connected by geared crankshafts. Rather like an H on its side. Overhead valves were pushrod operated from twin chain driven camshaftsVery few of these motorcycles were built during the early part of 1939, including one with the 4 speed gearbox which was built for that year's Earls Court Show.

  • Engine - 71 x 63 mm, 996cc transverse H engine, 4 cylinders, overhead valves operated by short silver steel pushrods from twin chain driven camshafts.
  • Frame - modified standard frame using widely splayed front down tubes with D section tubes connecting saddle bracket to rear cross stay. All frame joines welded.
  • Tyres - 3.50 x 19in front, 4 x 19in rear.
  • Price new - 185.0.0.