1966 The range shrank and the Deemster was built using a 247cc Velocette flat-twin, two-stroke engine, as well as the usual 2T.
1967 Only the Hornet racer and the Highland Trials models, using a Cotton frame and a 37A engine were produced. Although they continued to make parts and the occasional trials machine, the company effectively ceased trading.
Note: Around 1971 they bought the jigs from Villiers to produce spare parts for Villiers engines, and stopped producing their bikes]] and scooters so, for a short time during the late 1970s, the company produced some Villiers-type 246cc engines. These were supplied to Cotton and Dot, but it was short-lived.
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