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Terrot Classic Motorcycles

French - 1901-early 1960s.

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1904 Terrot onbekend 1904 Terrot onbekend
1926 Terrot 2CV Tourisme 2-Stroke 175cc 1926 Terrot 2CV Tourisme 2-Stroke 175cc

The Terrot Tourisme is a 2-stroke belt-drive in excellent original condition.

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1927 Terrot onbekend 1927 Terrot onbekend
1928 Terrot HG 1928 Terrot HG
1927 Terrot HS 1927 Terrot HS The four stroke machines that Terrot produced in the early twenties had 350 cc JAP engines and archaic horizontal spring front forks. They were fitted with Terrot's own 2-speed gearbox and chain-cum-belt transmission. Two versions were sold of this model G, the Sport and Touriste. By 1925 it was time for a new model, and in the autumns the model H was introduced at the Paris Salon. The first machines were still equipped with JAP engines and old type forks, but in the middle of November the modernized H appeared, with Terrot's own engine, Druid forks and Pilgrim oil pump. There were four versions: HT, HS, HSC and HTC. T stood for Touriste, S for Sport and C for Confort, or luxury. The T had a standard engine and upswept touring handlebars, the HS a stronger engine and flat handlebars. The C type had 27x4 wired-on tyres, 140 mm wide mudguards and a steering damper The standard versions had 120 mm wide mudguards and 700x80 wired-on tyres.
1930 Terrot HST, 350cc 1930 Terrot HST, 350cc
1932 Terro 250 FLG 1932 Terro 250 FLG
1932 Terrot FLG 1932 Terrot FLG 250cc
1934 Terrot 350 HML Terrot 350 HML  
1935 Terrot WM Terrot VM  
1949 Terrot HCTL 350 1949 Terrot HCTL 350  
1952 Terrot VMS1 Scooter 98cc 1952 Terrot VMS1 Scooter 98cc

With frame number 068, this particular Terrot VMS1 scooter is the earliest known surviving example of this iconic marque. The 98cc VMS1 was quite underpowered, so the model was soon superseded by the 125cc VMS2. In 1955 the model was renamed the 'Scooterrot.'

1954 Terrot VMS2 Scooter 1954 Terrot VMS2 Scooter In 1954 the model name of this 125cc Terrot scooter was actually VMS2. It didn't become the Scooterrot until 1955.
1954 Terrot 125 ETD 1954 Terrot 125 ETD  
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