C. H. Shacklock

Shacklock was a motorcycle produced circa 1914, in Manby Street, Wolverhampton.

1896 Shacklock had been manager of the Humber cycle factory at Wolverhampton.

1916 C. H. Shacklock was an early motor agent and repairer who built several motorcycles. These were to his own, conventional design, and included one with the 8 h.p. JAP engine set across the frame. The transverse V-twin initially had friction drive, later changed to chain drive, and enclosed moving parts. Only a single prototype was built.

Motor vehicles were also sold, including a steam car from America.

Sources: Graces Guide, historywebsite.co.uk

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