British Motorcycles of the 1920s by Wearwell
LITTLE modification has been deemed necessary in the products of the Wulfruna Co., of Wolverhampton.
With regard to machines already listed by this firm, the chief alteration lies in the adoption of a sloping top tube, with tank to match, which will be supplied as an alternative to the dropped top tube frame if required. Minor modifications have taken place, but the all-black models fitted with 4 h.p. Blackburne or 2¾ h.p. Blackburne engines still retain their main features. Taking the former as typical, it will be remembered that Druid forks, B. and B. carburetter, Sturmey-Archer gear, 26x2½ in. Dunlop tyres, and straight chain stays, are incorporated. Wider guards are now fitted; the forks have been altered to suit. One new model will be fitted with the 350 c.c. J. A. P. engine, and another new model (which is not yet quite finished) will have a Villiers engine fitted in a neat loop frame. This will retail at thirty-eight guineas, with direct belt drive.
All the countershaft models have chain and belt drive.
A special feature of the Wolf exhibit will be a miniature lightweight embodying the Villiers engine. It will be staged at a very competitive figure, and offered with various alternatives, such as Sturmey or Burman two-speed gear with clutch or kick-starter, or with single gear and Villiers engine-shaft clutch. Lighting sets operated from the flywheel magneto may be added. The usual range of Wolf models will also be shown.