The construction of the " HANDYVAN " is of the most simple yet robust character. The motive power is supplied by a Villiers' Two-Stroke Engine, which gives a remarkable output at low engine speeds, a factor making for long life and long service without continual adjusiments. A three-speed box is fitted and enables the machine to tackle the steepest gradient with ease and without stress or fuss. The control of the machine is precisely the same as a simple Motor Cycle. There are no gadgets to give trouble—just a simple straightforward Motor Cycle proposition on to which has been built a sturdy, robust chassis with a well-sprung van body, THE DESIGN OF WHICH CAN BE VARIED TO SUIT ANY PARTICULAR TRADE REQUIREMENTS up to a limit of 3 ft. high and 3 ft. long.
We have fully tested this machine in our own works and have used it for delivery purposes for over 18 months, and the machine to-day is offered with the fullest confidence that it will meet any demand which the trader is likely to put it to within the limits of its capacity. We are selling this "HANDYVAN" under the same liberal Guarantee as our Motor Cycle Models.
Derived from a catalogue posted to Early Motorcycle Literature