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Rollert Motorcycles

Manufactured by Pippard, Pender Motor C. Pty. Ltd of 97-101 Little Collins Street Melbourne.

The same address was that of Glenferrie Motor Garage 1912-1913.

2¼-HORSE-FOWER, Light Weight, beautifully sprung and well-finished. £45, Complete. WINTER, TAYLOR, PROP., LTD.
Phone 1522

Geelong Advertiser (Vic.) Sat 3 Jul 1915

ROLLERT. The Best and Cheapest
ROLLERT. . proposition in
ROLLERT.. . two-stroke
ROLLERT. Machines.
ROLLERT. Immediate deliveries.
PIPPARD, PENDER MOTOR C. PTY. LTD., 97 to 101 L. Collins Street.

The Argus (Melbourne, Vic) Wed 31 Mar 1915

The same firm advertised a shipment of new... "Rollert Motor-cycles. Can be bought at landed cost price." May 1915. Advertised in June.

July 1915, Auction Sale: "4 ROLLERT'S MOTOR-BICYCLES, 2½ h.p. 2-Stroke." Along with a number of other motorcycles from Pippard.

Feb 1916: "Mr Reginald Walker, manager of Pippard Pender Motor Company returned to business, having just recovered from a serious illness."

In Sept 1916 they advertised only car repairs. They were also mentioned in the law courts.

Registrations SA

16650, T. Butler, Minlaton,, 2¾ (h.p.) Rollert.
Registered SA May 1920

17917, W. E. Dungey, Mundalla, 2¾ (h.p.) Rollert.
Registered SA Dec 1920

Source: Trove NLA

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