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41. Megola Motorcycles - Gallery
Megola Gallery - Images of Vintage German Motorcycles from Sheldon's EMU.
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42. Meister Kabine K-6 1973
1969 saw the introduction the Meister G5N, which was a very basic open platform with 2-bucket seats in tandem. One sat in the rear seat by entering from the rear and swinging the seat to one side. A flat fiberglass windshield panel, and a flimsy fiberglass roof frame incorporating a fabric tent-top was also removable. This had evolved by 1973 into a fully enclosed egg-shaped body, the K6...
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43. Meister Motorcycles
Meister - Postwar 1950s & 1960s - Classic German Motorcycles from Sheldon's EMU
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44. Meray Motorcycles
Meray - Classic Hungarian Motorcycles from Sheldon's EMU
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45. Mercier
Many images including: Coursomoto moteur 65 Ser, 2 vitesses, carburateur Dell' orto année 1952 Type M 125 moteur Ydral 4 vitesses présenté au salon 1952 un modèle ML modèle identique avec suspension intégrale
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46. Merkel at Chuck's Hit n Miss Gasolene Engines
a conservator and custodian to the early american gasolene engine and motorwheels
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47. Merlin Streamliner
Team Merlin driver and owner ready for the return tow to the pits at Lake Gairdner, South Australia, March 2002 with a new towing dolly and fresh paint job.
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48. Merlonghi Motorcycles
Merlonghi - Classic Italian Motorcycles from Sheldon's EMU
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49. Metal Profiles Forks
DMW's parent company, Metal Profiles, supplied forks to many of the leading motorcycle manufacturers.
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50. MGC Motorcycles from France
MGC motorcycles - Images, History and Links - Owners and clubs, parts resources, images, links to technical articles...
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51. Miami Power Bicycle AMCA
YouTube - Antique Motorcycle 1916 Miami Power Bicycle AMCA
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52. Michaelson Minneapolis Motorcycle
YouTube - Ky Michaelson Riding a 1914 Michaelson Minneapolis Motorcycle
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53. Michaelson Motorcycles at The Rocketman
The Michaelson motorcycle was conceived and realized in about 1912 by four brothers in the great Twin Cites area of Minnesota, a Metropolis and the home of the Wagner, Thiem, and the Cyclone motorcycles...
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54. Michl Orion 1905
Michl Orion ca. 1905 ca. 450 cc aiv engine # 322 Vilem (=William) Michl was born in Slany ( now Czech republic) in 1859 and started manufacturing high quality bicycles from English fittings in 1894. The company prospered and in 1902 Michl marketed his fist motorcycle under the name “Orion”.
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55. Miele Motorcycles
Miele motorcycles - Owners and clubs, parts resources, images, links to technical articles...
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56. Miele Motorcycles - Image Gallery
Miele Motorcycles - Image Gallery of Classic German Motorcycles from Sheldon's EMU.
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57. Miele, 1932-1940 (1948-1961), Gtersloh. - Motorcycle Image Gallery
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58. Militaire motorcycle 1915
YouTube - The 4 cylinder MILITAIRE was produced from 1913 until 1917 by the Militaire Auto Company of Buffalo New York. Its four cylinder ( inlet over exhaust) 68 cu. in. engine produce some 11.5 H.P. It has some very unusual features, such as wooden artillery wheels with 28 inch x 3 clincher tires, a curved front axel on which the front bearing slid in order to make a turn, a car like three-speed "on the floor" type stick shift plus reverse gear, shaft drive through beveled gears with an enclosed ring gear and pinion at the rear wheel and on the side, retractable outrigger wheels which also has a big advantage when waiting for the traffic lights. These foot lever operated wheels retract like landing gear on an aircraft. One can stop to a complete standstill and accelerate again without taking ones feet from the foot boards. The length of 97" must have made it the longest machine on the road. Speed is claimed to be from 3 to 70 miles an hour. The original cost was $335.00 and it was a lot of machine for the money. This 1915 model is an extremely rare survivor of one of the most charismatic motorcycles ever built. Only a handfull of these have survived and this one is presented to you by www.yesterdays.nl worldwide dealers for fine antique motorcycles.
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59. Military Motorcycles - Image Gallery
Military Motorcycles - Image Gallery of Classic German Motorcycles from Sheldon's EMU.
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60. Miller Balsamo - WOI Encyclopedia Italia
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