British

Busmar Sidecars

A Brief History of the Marque
Manufactured: Field Street, Blackpool from 1950 to 1965 using wooden bodies with aluminium alloy panelling on a steel frame. Some were fully enclosed and very spacious.

Models include: Lancastria Family Saloon, Devon and Devon II, Astralette, York I and II.

The firm ceased sidecar manufacture in 1965.

The Busmar range built in Blackpool includes this Durham single-seater coupé which. mounted on a standard rigid-wheel chassis. costs £75 4s. 2d. or, with sprung wheel, £81 15s. 3d., inclusive of P.T. The model illustrated has the "springer" chassis and, together with the other sidecars marketed by this well-known concern, can be inspected on Stand No. 129.



Thu Mar 01 2007
deborahawills at hotmail.com
busmar sidecars
swallow
Hello! My father, John Wills, founded this company with Bill Lyons. Is there any information you can share with me about this?
Deborah Wills




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