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Royal Enfield Bullet (1948)

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Make      : Royal Enfield

Type       : Bullet

Year       : 1948

CC         : 350

Cylinder  : Unknown


When this Bullet was produced, the Redditch based Royal Enfield firm had been in the motorcycle business for half a century already. In the early days engines from De Dion, Minerva and MAG were used. In the twenties Enfield marketed a successful light two stroke model; most other models had JAP engines. By the end of the twenties the engines were of Enfield?s own design and in 1933 their famous line of sporty ? Bullets? was started. These machines would be produced and further developed till the 1960s. There were 250, 350 and 500 versions, with 2 and 4- valve options. Three valve heads ( twin inlet, single exhaust) were listed in 1935 only.


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