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1907 2 H.P. Veloce
1909 2½ H.P 276cc four-stroke unit construction
1919 Model D1 220cc Two-stroke
1919 Model DL1 220cc Two-stroke Ladies model
1919 Model D2 220cc Two-stroke
1919 Model DL2 220cc Two-stroke Ladies model
1921 Model D3 3-speed gearbox, and chain drive
1922 Sports Model 249cc
1922 Models DL2 D2 and D3
1922 Models E2 220cc, E3, El2 (Ladies) and ES3
1923 Model G 249cc, Maglita electric lighting
1923 Model GC 249cc Colonial
1923 Model B 249cc 3-speed chain-drive
1924 Model A 249cc 2 two-speed belt drive
1925 Model H 348cc
1925 Model E Ladies model
1925 Model AC, chain drive
1925 Model K First Velocette
1925–1938 Velocette KTT 348cc
1925-1947 KSS/KTS 348cc OHC
The KSS Super Sports and the KTS tourer were introduced in 1925, both with the same OHC engine and cycle parts, but with differing wheel sizes and more deeply valanced guards on the tourer.
MkII versions were introduced in 1936 with many changes including alloy heads with fully enclosed valve springs, a cradle frame, and Webb forks for an addition to the range, the MSS tourer. Production resumed after the war and the KSS continued. In the second half of 1947 it was offered with optional Dowty telescopic forks. It did not appear in the catalogue for the 1947/1948 season.
1927 Model KS KSS with a standard engine
1928 Model U 249cc
1928 Model KE Economy model
1928 Model KES Economy model
1929 Model USS
1930 GTP 249cc 2-stroke
1933 MOV 248cc high-cam OHV
1934 Velocette MAC 349cc OHV (Longstroke version of the MOV)
1935 Velocette MSS 499cc
Derived from the 350 MAC introduced the previous year, the MSS used the same 96mm stroke with a larger bore to create the 500.
The frame came from the KTT racer. After the war it was in the catalogue until 1948, and then returned in 1954 sporting swing-arm rear suspension and Velocette telescopic forks. The engine had had considerable attention, sporting an alloy head and barrel and a square bore/stroke of 86x86 mm.
1940 MAC (WD) 349cc
1941 MAF 349cc Military
1951 Velocette LE 149cc
1956 Velocette Venom 499cc Sports model
1956 Velocette Viper 349cc
1956 Velocette Valiant 200cc Flat twin
1959 Valiant Veeline 200cc Flat twin
1960 Viceroy 249cc 2-stroke scooter
1961 Velocette Voletta 192cc
1963 Venom Clubman Veeline 499cc OHV single, 34 h.p. @ 6200 rpm, max speed 105 mph.
1963-68 Vogue 192cc LE
1965–1971 Velocette Thruxton 499cc