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Ashton and Sons

Livingstone motorcycles were produced in Newport, South Wales and assembled by Ashton and Sons.

This model was possibly a one-off and built to order. It had a 2¾ hp Arno engine and 24-inch wheels to achieve a low saddle height, rigid forks and belt drive.

Arno engines were built from around 1906 to possibly as late as 1915, but the engine(s) may not have been supplied directly from the factory.

Source: Graces Guide

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