This company dated from before
World War 1 and ran as one on the minor makes
up to 1928. It then turned to other work, including
building SGS machines for a couple of years,
but reappeared in April 1930 with a single model.
This has a 247cc Villiers engine in a diamond
frame, a three-speed Burman gearbox and conventional
There was no range for 1933 but
the firm did continue and to suit new taxation
limit produced a model with a 148cc Villiers
engine. This went into a simple frame with blade
girders and was much as many others. From then
on the company turned to trailers and milk floats,
although late in 1953 there was a note in the
press that they would make motorcycles to use
Villiers engines to special order. It seems
unlikely that any appeared.
||1915 Diamond Model C
||269 cc single speed.
Villiers 2 stroke.
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