1930-1933 Models S5, S6, T6, C31, D31, E31, D32, E32, H32, D33
1931-1932 Models A31, A32, B31, B32, C32
1931-1932 Models F31, G31, F32, G32
Douglas 1932 Models
Douglas 1934 Models
Douglas 1935 Endeavour
Developed by Eddie Withers and Jack Clapham, the Endeavour was a fairly radical machine in that the sidevalve horizontally-opposed twin was mounted transversely and drove the rear wheel via cardan shaft. The four-speed gearbox was hand-actuated.
The Endeavour was featured on the Douglas stand at the 1934 Olympia Show, but was not in the 1935 catalogue. It is believed that fewer than 200 were built, and the list price was £72-10-0. This was more than double the price of the standard 600cc SV model which Pride and Clarke advertised at £32.
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