Other models used BFC, Sachs, Derby and Diesella engines, some of which were very limited production.
Grand built mopeds using the Danilo brand powered by JLO engines slung very low in the frame, below the pedal crank, driving the rear wheel via a friction roller. A two-speed gearbox was operated from a tank-mounted lever.
Moped production appears to have ceased in the late 1950s, and the firm closed in 1974.
Sources: sco-klubben.dk, mop-ed.se
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