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Douglas Motorcycles Dragonfly (1957)

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Douglas Motorcycles Dragonfly (1957)

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Model in Black/Silver.The Douglas Dragonfly is a motorcycle designed and built by Douglas motorcycles in Bristol. The last motorcycle produced by the company, the 1955 Dragonfly was an all-new motorcycle built to use an improved version of an existing engine. Despite its riding comfort, which was equaled to a car, it did not sell well, and only 1,457 Dragonfly motorcycles were produced before the company was taken over and production ended i...

n 1957. The Dragonfly was known as the Dart while in development and was based on the Mark V Douglas and an earlier 500 cc (31 cu in) prototype. Aiming to overcome the outdated image, designers were commissioned from the Reynolds Tube Company to develop a completely new open duplex frame of welded tubing, including a swinging arm with twin Girling dampers (state of the art for the time) with leading link front suspension. The strengthened and streamlined 348 cubic centimetres (21.2 cu in) engine had a modern coil ignition, AC generator and distributor, with bolt-through cast iron cylinders and heads and pushrods made from Duralumin. Registration no: TYP 734 Chassis no: 1814/6 Engine no: 2148/6 Engine: 350cc

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Douglas Motorcycles Dragonfly (1957)

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£178.57/day

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£138.84/day

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