Scott, 1914, 3 3/4 HP

1914 – Scott “3 3/4 HP” –  England

Alfred Angas Scott was the inventor of the 2-stroke engine and later made twin cylinder motorbikes with his own brand. He started designing engines in 1900 but only 1909 he started his business and opened the Scott Engineering Company. Scott left the company in 1915, but the models that came after followed the projects he developed.

In 1930 the company was not running good and a Scott enthusiast called Albert Reynolds, bought some bikes from production and sold them first as Aero Scott and later as Reynolds Special. The company will close definitively in 1969

Marque: Abc
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