Model X is a very rare 2-stroke twin-port 148cc small Enfield. It was only produced in 1934 and being too small and not well loved there aren't many left.
In the Gun, the magazine of the Royal Enfield Owners Club (UK), there was in the Feb/Mar 2018 issue 263 a request for information:
I purchased a 1934 Royal Enfield Model X in the summer of 2016. The registration mark is AV 6657. I was interested to see how many of these models still exist UK and internationally. I contacted the club dating officer and he confirmed that there was very little information available on this model as it was not very popular at the time as it was a smaller motorcycle...the larger 500cc machines were much more in demand and there were more survivors of these. I also have been told by other sources that with the war effort, many were scrapped as they were under powered and seen as of little use to any prospective commuter.
I am looking for any information anyone has on this model to enable me to restore it fully and correctly. I have a copy of the current sales brochure which was also published in the Dec 2017/JAN 2018 issue 262 of the GUN from a member who lives in New Zealand – I thank you for this information.
Any further information that anyone can supply would be appreciated.
Regards, (name known)