1934 Lady 350cc OHV AJS
Lady motorcycles were manufactured between 1924 and 1940 in the Antwerp region in Belgium.
Although Belgian-built, most machines were designed along British lines and equipped with British engines and gearboxes.
In the early years only Villiers two stroke engines were used, from 1927 also four stroke engines were utilised, notably JAP and later Blackburne and AJS.
MAG engines were also built in for a time. Lady had quite a few sporting successes in Belgian races in the twenties and thirties; the factory was very early to adopt rear-sprung machines in their range.
Most certainly a rare survivor of this once famous Belgian make.
This Lady is complete but needs a lot of tender love and care to become a splendid sports machine again.