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Scale and New Scale

The Scale 350 c.c. Two-stroke. A Two-speed Lightweight with Automatic Lubrication. THE Scale two-stroke motor cycles enjoyed quite a good reputation for sturdy construction before…

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Ruffells

From 1919, The Motor Cycle announced it: “A new motor bicycle, unknown to the motor cycle public, came unexpectedly into our hands at Plymouth on…

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Gonthier

Gonthier, in Liege, built engines for other brands and especially built a 750cc OHV inline four in 1910 for a motorcycle built by Atéliers, known…

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Ace

Ace Motor Corporation was a motorcycle manufacturer in continuous operation in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania between 1919 and 1924, and intermittently afterward until 1927. Essentially only one…

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Accossato

The Accossato was a motorcycle manufactured at Moncalieri, Italy between 1976 and 1990. Bikes were powered by 49cc, 79cc and 124cc Minarelli engines and were built for enduro, trials and motocross riders.

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Accles

Accles Ltd, general engineers, makers of cycles and cycle components, motor cars, arms and ammunition, of Holford Works, Perry Barr. 1888 The Gatling Gun Co…

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Abra

The Abra was an Italian motorcycle that was manufactured from 1923 to 1927. The Abra initially used a DKW 146cc two-stroke engine, but from 1924, 132cc engines of the…

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Abingdon

Abingdon Motorcycles was a British motorcycle manufacturer in Tyseley, Birmingham between 1903 and 1925. It was renamed AKD (Abingdon King Dick) in 1926 and produced…

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AC

Established in 1908, AC is the oldest British car manufacturer still in business. The AC named came from the name of their first commercial 3-wheeler;…

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Abe-Star

Abe Rihachi had been employed by Meguro prior to WWII and in 1950 he founded the Abe Motor Company. The Abe Star A1 which was…

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