Marseel Engineering Company of Victoria Park, Coventry.
Marseel was a motorcycle produced in 1920. This machine was a small-wheeled scooter without suspension. It had a 232cc two-stroke engine positioned horizontally under the foot platform with CAV magneto and chain drive to the rear wheel. The seat, on an open framework, was a bicycle saddle. Priced at £33, few machines were made.
Sources: Graces Guide, The Motor Cycle January 8th 1920.
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