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Douglas model?

Started by tdale66, 15 Jun 2010 at 10:08

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Hi Guys,
            im thinking of getting into the Douglas scene but fancy a late vintage one. I have seen one which is fairly complete but requires restoration can you please help me identify the model?

Frame      YF2248
Engine     EQ2201
Gearbox   WG/T2421

Registered HB 398*
Hope you can help

Kind Regards   Trev

Dave

Hello Trev and welcome to the Forum. Don't know whether you found the Identifying Douglas Motorcycles section yet, but there's some good info in there that will help you identify just about any machine you may considering buying.

For the model above, take a look at Identifying Douglas motorcycles- Part 2: 1920s and 1930s then follow the link to Part 2: 1920s and 1930s (excluding 2-3/4 and 4hp) and you'll soon spot it.

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