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J.A. Prestwich Motorcycles

J.A.P. Italy

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BM
1928-1931, a collaboration between Antonio Baudi and sidecar maker Meldi using JAP OHV 500cc engines.
Tragatsch p89.

Garanzini
In 1922 began producing motorcycles under the JAP-Garanzini marque.

ICEMI
1926-1928, Milano

Fusi
Achille Fusi used 175 cc JAP engines made under licence in Italy and Burman gearboxes made under licence by Fiat, and by 1937 they were producing a range of motofurgoncini with mostly 500cc JAP engines.

Junior
Manufactured by Edoardo Mascagni, 1924-1935
JAP SV and OHV engines of 173 to 499 cc

Meldi
Manufactured by Officine Meccaniche Giuseppe Meldi, Torino, 1927-1947
Used 248, 348 and 498cc engines from JAP and Rudge.

Moto Arnaldi
Early machines had British engines including JAP.



Classic Motorcycle Fibreglass
Classic Motorcycle Fibreglass
Tanks, seats, guards and fairings for classic bikes, cafe racers and post-classic motorcycles.