Sharratt were motorcycles produced from 1920 to 1931 by John Sharratt of West Bromwich.
1923 When the 147cc Aza two-stroke engine appeared, that was used, and gradually the range stretched from the 293cc single to the 996cc V-twin and included sporting models with ohv engines.
1930 The range had reduced to three models all with 346cc JAP engines - one sv and the other two ohv.
1931 Only the OHV models continued for that year, after which motorcycle production ceased.
Sources: Graces Guide
Tue, 15 Aug 2017
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Do you know anything about the ' Starrett ' ( Not sure of the spelling ) motorcycle made in west bromwich west midlands , UK. , circa early-ish in the 20th C ?
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