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Witall were motorcycles produced in 1920, by the Witall Garage of New Cross, London.
The company launched two quite different models. Both were lightweights and two-stroke. One was a sporting-type and the other more of a tourer.
Touring Model B kept the forks and Roc transmission, but the horizontal top-tube dropped at the saddle end and the engine became a 269cc Arden.
In April, 1920, the firm offered sixteen days delivery, but this was at a time when any machine was difficult to come by. It seems that few were bought as they were soon gone from the market.