Post-Listing Update: This Poice Terrot did not meet reserve with bidding up to $2,480. My favorite Belgian motorcycle seller strikes again with a lovely little French police bike. Terrot started building bikes in 1902, and by 1929 they had sold 100,000 of them. They ran a very successful racing program in the 30s, but after the war they focused on …
Yamaha Based – Moko Powa Design D10 in FranceView Post
Post Listing Update: This Fire Rescue Motobecane was pulled off of eBay, final sale price unknown. I love public service motorcycles, and this “Fire Rescue” bike is easily one of the coolest I’ve ever seen. It’s claimed to still be in “fairly decent” condition but it may need some work if you really want to cover some miles on it.
Named after its founders, Koehler-Escoffier was founded in 1912. They were taken over by Monet-Goyon in 1929, and then both companies went out of business in 1957.
A seller in Los Angeles is letting go of three oddball mopeds – two run, but the third isn’t producing a spark.
The 1931 Peugeot P108 is not only a beautiful piece, it boasted several innovative features. Prime among them is no separate primary drive and gearbox, but everything tucked into one neat case. The lines and look are very elegant. The P108 is driven by an air cooled 249 cc single side valve motor. Considered a lightweight, the 108 had full …
Mandille Et Roux was a French manufacturer that built bikes between 1926 and 1954. Here’s one of their bikes that runs ok but is really beat up from a cosmetic standpoint. If you’re wired like I am, you might think that’s an excellent combination.
A French manufacturer from 1917 to 1959, Monet & Goyon started by building carriages for disabled WWI vets. They built their first motorcycle in 1922, and they enjoyed some racing success in the Bol D’or. Here’s an example of the 100cc S3GD that will need some work.
Fire Rescue – 1951 Alcyon Type 23View Post
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