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British Motorcycles

Progress

Progress was a scooter imported from Germany between 1957 and 1958.

  • The machine was first seen in Britain in 1956. In 1957 they were listed with Villiers engines on all three models of 147cc 30C, and 197cc 8E and 9E . They all had the same chassis, glass-fibre body and 16-inch wire-wheels, and were known as the Anglian, Briton and Britannier.
  • They were discontinued after two years.


Sources Grace's Guide



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