1923 Scott

Standard 532cc

$17,900

Highlights

  • The Scott Motorcycle Company, based out of West Yorkshire, England produced motorcycles from 1908 until 1978
  • This Scott Standard Tourer Model was the company's flagship model prior to the unveiling of the Sportier Squirrel Model
  • Powered by a unique 532cc 2Stroke Twin Cylinder Engine utilizing the early inception of liquid cooling
  • This Scott has the extremely rare “Warm Air Induction System”
  • 2Speed Hi/Lo Transmission
  • This Scott Standard is a number's matching example and extremely original
  • Scott Motorcycle Company is the first company to win the Isle of Man TT on a 2Stoke Machine in 1912
  • Sold new in Southampton, England July 21st, 1923, and registered 2 days later
  • We understand that it was a display item in the showrooms of Perc Small, a Southampton & Winchester motorcycle dealer
  • Being a display piece for many years, the bike will need a recommission to bring it back to road worthiness

Description

This Scott Standard is a simply a time warp classic that is preserved in nearly all original condition. Remarkably original, apparently unrestored, and retaining its Southampton registration number, this 1923 Scott Standard seems to be largely to catalog specification. The Scott Owners Club advises us that it is a matching numbers machine invoiced by the factory to Tebutt of Southampton on 21st June 1923. It features an unusual and interesting 'warm air' induction system. Also present are the (new for 1923) drum front brake, correct handlebar controls, and a Fellows magneto. The opportunity to purchase a timeless classic as such does not become available often, this is one that you will not want to miss.

Specs

Basic

Year
1923
Make
Scott
Auto Model Name
Standard 532cc
Miles
1,000,000
Vin
3338
Stock
3338

Engine

Engine Size
532cc 2-Stroke Twin Cylinder
Transmission Type
2-Speed Hi/Lo

Body

Body Or Basic Color
Black

Interior

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