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Vasco Motorcycles

Vasco 1922

The latest model Vasco two-stroke fitted with a 349 c.c. Broler engine. A commendable feature of this neatly designed machine is the large and effective aluminium silencer Prices range from to £60.

C. E. Taylor of 136 London Road, Kingston-on-Thames built Vasco motorcycles from 1921 to 1923.

The machine was successfully ridden in several long-distance reliability trials. It was constructed along established lines and had a 349cc single-cylinder Broler two-stroke engine. It had the choice of single speed, plain two-speed, two-speed with clutch and kick-start, or three-speed transmissions. All had belt final-drive and a complete sidecar combination was also listed in the three-speed form.

Sources: Graces Guide, The Motor Cycle

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