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of Eynsford, Kent.
The 154cc two-stroke flat-twin engine was mounted over the back wheel, which it drove by chain. The engine was of American origin which was taken up by Economic Motors. They were then selling it as an auxiliary unit for pedal cycles. (Also see Johnson).
1920 Sole selling agents: The New International Distributing Agency Ltd