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Brown and Layfield of London
1920 Autosco was a motorcycle produced when the company turned to the production of scooters after World War I. Their machine was simple with the complete Auto Wheel 180cc unit as the rear wheel. Devoid of any suspension, it resembled a ladies' bicycle with a tubular frame. It was light to handle, single speed and not particularly noteworthy.