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British Motorcycles

Carter

Carter was a motorcycle produced circa 1910, by a cycle maker who had a shop in the High Street, Grays, Essex and a garage in London Road.

He dealt mainly in bicycles but also built at least two cars constructed from either bought-in or own-manufactured parts. The same probably applied to a few motorcycles, with his own cycle frames and a bought-in engine.


Sources Grace's Guide



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