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Gillet-Herstall Motorcycles

Gillet-Herstal Models

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1919: 300cc De Luxe two-stroke single, belt drive, developed by Fernand Laguesse

1920: 750cc V-twin MAG

1922: 1000cc V-twin MAG

1922: 350cc two-stroke-engine size increased and fitted with chain drive

1925-1926: 350cc Sport Raid Bruxelles-Congo

1926: 350cc Tour du Monde introduced, named for Robert Sexe.

1926-1930: 500cc Super Sports (SS)

1926-1928: 500cc Sport

1928-1929: 500 cc bevel-drive racers introduced.

1929-1933 Geco-Herstal

1930: 500cc SV, 400cc SV, 350cc OHV models introduced.

1931: Small two-strokes introduced due Depression

1931-1933 350 Luxe

1931-1934 Tour du Monde

1932: 100cc and 175cc two-strokes offered.

1932-1933 350 Super Sport

1932 500cc Touriste SV

1932-1933 500cc Competition

1932-1933 500cc Coupe de France

1933-1935: 125cc two-stroke.

1933 Moto Legere

1933 350 Competition

1933 100cc

1933 125cc

1933 500cc Touriste OHV

1934 500cc Racing

1934 600 Competition

1934 600 OHV

1934 600 SV

1934 BMA

1935 Luxe SV 350cc

1935 Competition OHV 500cc

1936: 500cc HG 25

1936: 100cc BMA two-stroke, 2 exhaust ports

1936 Super Sport

1937-1942: 350cc Sport

1937-1944: 500cc Bol d'Or Mk 2

1937-1949: 720cc Military

1938 HG1 BMA 98cc 2T

1938 HG12 350cc 350cc

1938 HG14 350cc 350cc

1938 HG15 400cc SV SV 350cc

1938 HG16 500cc SV SV 500cc

1938 HG2 98cc 2T BMA BMA 98cc 2T

1938 HG20 350cc OHV 350cc OHV

1938 HG21 350cc OHV

1938 HG22 350cc OHV 500cc OHV

1938 HG24 500cc OHV 500cc OHV

1938 HG5 98cc 2T

1938 HG4 90cc 2T 98cc 2T

1938 HG25 500cc OHV 500cc OHV

1938 HG26 500cc 500cc OHV

1938 HG27 600cc OHV

1938 HG28 600cc OHV 600cc OHV

1938 HG9 175cc 2T

1938 HG8 125cc 2T

1938 HG50 500cc SV

1938 HG55 500cc OHV

1938 HG56 600cc OHV

1938 HG60 600cc SV

1938 HG65 600cc OHV

1938 HG66 600cc OHV

1939 HG12 350cc

1939 HG1 BMA

1939 HG14 350cc

1939 HG15 400cc SV

1939 HG25 500cc OHV

1939 HG26 500cc

1939 HG27 600cc OHV

1939 HG4 90cc 2T

1939 HG5 98cc 2T

1939 HG28 600cc OHV

1939 HG8 125cc 2T

1939 HG9 175cc 2T

1939 HG16 500cc SV

1939 HG17 600cc SV

1939 HG2 98cc 2T BMA BMA

1939 HG20 350cc OHV

1939 HG22 350cc OHV

1939 HG24 500cc OHV

1940-1945: limited production.

1946: 250cc Superconfort twin along with several new models introduced, all with telescopic forks.

1947-1954: 250cc Superconfort

1949: 400cc and 500cc OHV and-SV new and revised models.

1949-1951: 500cc Superconfort

1949 Sport

1949 Touriste

1950 400cc

1950 500cc

1950 Superconfort

1950 Sport

1950 Touriste

1951: 400cc Military

1951: 500cc Sidevalve 500L AB Military

1951 Touriste

1951 Sport

1951 Legere

1951 BMA 100cc

1951 BMA 125

1951 500cc

1951 400cc

1952: 300cc Superconfort fourstroke.

1951-1955: 500cc Type C, 400cc OHV

1952: Military model Relay 400cc OHV and 500cc SV

1953: 350 cc Four-stroke Superconfort. Other new models 175cc and 250cc.

1953-1959: 300cc Milan (also possibly a 250cc model)

1953 400cc

1953 100cc

1953 125

1953 150cc

1953 250cc (2t)

1953 250cc (4t)

1953 500cc OHV

1953 500cc SV

1954 175cc model increased to 200cc

1954-1958: 250cc Belgica (appears at Motor Show in Brussels, 1954.)

1954 500cc SV

1954 400cc

1954 100cc

1954 500cc OHV

1954 125

1954 150cc

1954 250cc (4t)

1954 250cc (2t)

1955: FN, Sarolea and Gillet-Herstal begin to amalgamate.

1955 400 Super Confort

1955 500cc Super Confort

1955 250cc Milan 2T

1955 250cc Super Confort

1955 300cc Milan 4T

1956: 50cc Royal Nord-powered models appear. Legia 175, 200 and 250cc models, Belgica 200 and 250cc, Belgica Special 500 cc, Milan 250cc and 300cc

1956: 125 and 250cc scoooters

1956-1957 300cc

1956-1957 300cc Carenee

1956-1957 300cc Milan

1956-1957 250cc Milan OHV

1956-1957 250cc (2t)

1956-1957 250cc (4t)

1956-1957 250cc Belgica

1956-1957 250cc Carenee

1958: Production of Gillet-Herstal ends

1958-1960 250cc (2t)

1958-1960 250cc 2T Belgica

1958-1960 250cc (4t)

1958-1960 250cc Carenee OHV

1958-1960 250cc Milan OHV

1958-1960 250cc Belgora 2T

1958-1960 300cc OHV Carenee

1958-1960 300cc OHV Milan

1959-1960: Gillet-Herstal machines are built by Sarolea using remaining components.


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