|A BSA Sunbeam 250cc twin. A nice product.|
Technically advanced and with a 250cc ohv
twin cylinder motor. Possibly a higher spec
than the market really wanted.
|Another angle on the BSA Sunbeam. I owned|
the 175cc version of this for a while powered by
an adapted BSA Bantam motor. It really was
quite a nice machine. I sold it to a museum in
Thailand in the end.
|BSA Sunbeam and Velocette side by side.|
|Original dealer's transfer on the James.|
|Another view of the James just because...|
|A Dayton Albatross. Unfortunate model name|
from the Dayton 'marketing department' but a
very decent scoot fitted with a Villiers 250cc
twin motor and a machine that found favour
and success with sporting scooter riders.
|To the left of the Dayton Albatross is a DKR|
Capella. DKR were another British scooter
brand that gained a following amongst sporting
and eventing scooter riders. DKRs were powered
by a variety of different Villiers motors.
|The mighty Trojan 'Trobike' powered by an|
American Clinton pull start industrial engine
is flanked by a DMW Deemster to the left and
the DKR Capella to the right.
|Aft end of a Raleigh Roma.|