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British Motorcycles

Faceler

Faceler was a motorcycle produced from 1903 to 1904.

A heavy roadster bicycle was used, fitted with a 2hp engine in an odd location. Part of the seat tubing was cut away and the engine was positioned in its place. Chain drive was employed.

Little came of the idea, as most people were somewhat reluctant to have their bicycle frame cut up.

Sources Grace's Guide



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