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British Motorcycles

Evart-Hall

Evart-Hall of Nottingham.

Agents in France were CGV

Evart-Hall was a motorcycle and car produced from 1904 to 1905.

Started out with a 2.5hp model. The name was applied to the tank of the Binks motorcycle fitted with the in-line four-cylinder 5hp engine. It went into a diamond frame, with braced forks, and drove the rear wheel by enclosed chain. It was also offered as a forecar. The solo model was classed as a luxury with a price tag of £70.

Sources: Grace's Guide



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