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0 douglas dragonfly douglas dragonfly
1912 Douglas N, 350cc 1912 Douglas N, 350cc 1912 Douglas, renowned for the quality and reliability of their machines, presented this model N in 1912. It is equipped with chain drive to a countershaft and secondary belt drive. The horizontally opposed twin has been improved by the addition of mechanically operated intake valves (up to and including 1911 the intake valves had been automatic). The improvements were crowned by a victory in the 1912 Junior TT Race. Starting is by means of pedals the rear wheel is equipped with a free wheel. Gear ratio of this single speed machine is 5 1/2 : 1.
1919 Douglas Model W Douglas Model W

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1920 1920 douglas w20, 348cc douglas w20, 348cc 1920
1921 1921 douglas 2 3/4 hp douglas 2 3/4 hp 1921
1922 1922 douglas 2 3/4 hp douglas 2 3/4 hp 1922

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1923 Douglas 1923 Douglas Douglas 350cc twin. Comes with an egg timer on the handlebars, previous owners humourous take on electronic timing. Previously owned by Doug Rose of Kettering and the Isle of Man.
1924 1924 Douglas 2-3/4 HP 350cc 1924 Douglas 2-3/4 HP 350cc In 1924 they didn't really have paved roads as we know them today, and so for most people riding at night was not very desirable. This bike however, comes with the optional front and rear lights which are powered by acetylene gas (not operational today). The gas is generated within the black cannister to the rear of the engine and piped up to the front and rear lights. Another optional extra is the speedometer which is driven from the hub of the front wheel, and as you can see is in great working condition. This is a lovely bike and a fine piece of motorcycling history at 85 years old.
1925 Douglas 350cc 1925 Douglas This 350cc Douglas has the added luxury of a kick starter.

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1926 1926 douglas ew douglas ew 1926
1927 1927 douglas ew, 350cc douglas ew, 350cc 1927
1928 1928 douglas dt, 494cc douglas dt, 494cc 1928
1928 1928 douglas sw5, 500cc douglas sw5, 500cc 1928

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1928 1928 douglas sw5 douglas sw5 1928
1930 Douglas A31 Douglas A31 350cc side valve twin.
1931 1931 douglas f31, 500cc douglas f31, 500cc 1931

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1933 1933 Douglas OHV racer 1933 Douglas OHV racer
1947 1947 douglas t35(mk 1), 350cc douglas t35(mk 1), 350cc 1947
1948 Douglas Mark 3 Sport Douglas 1948 Mark 3 Sport The Douglas Mark 3 Sport was their first postwar sport machine, the precursor to the Plus 80 and Plus 90

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1948 1948 Douglas transverse 350cc twin 1948 Douglas transverse 350cc twin
1948 Douglas T35 350 Douglas T35 350
1949 1949 douglas mk4 douglas mk4 1949 350cc.
1949 1949 douglas mk3 douglas mk3 1949 350cc

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1950 Douglas Mark III Douglas Mark III The Douglas Mark III was designed and built by Douglas motorcycles in Bristol between 1949 and 1951. The 350cc flat twin engine in the Douglas Mark III was based on a WW2 electricity generator. As well as the 1949 Douglas Mark III, Douglas also produced a Mark III \'De Luxe\', a Mark III Sports and a rigid framed motorcycle trials Competition version. There never was a Douglas Mark II, and the Mark IV was short lived, so the end of the line of development was the Mark V produced between 1951 and 1954, when it was replaced by the Douglas Dragonfly.
1952 1952 douglas mk5 douglas mk5 1952
1954 1954 douglas mk4 douglas mk4 1954

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1955 Douglas Dragonfly Douglas Dragonfly The Douglas Dragonfly was designed and built by Douglas motorcycles in Bristol. The last motorcycle produced by the company, the 1955 Dragonfly was new styling around an old design. It did not sell well however, and only 1,600 Dragonfly motorcycles were produced before the company was taken over and production ended in 1957.
1956 douglas dragonfly 1956 douglas dragonfly
1957 douglas dragonfly 1957 Douglas Dragonfly

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1957 1957 douglas dragonfly, 350cc douglas dragonfly, 350cc 1957
1957 1957 douglas dragonfly douglas dragonfly 1957
1957 Douglas Dragonfly 1957 Douglas Dragonfly 348cc



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