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Graham Smith

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I'm currently looking after a Club project, and have to make a list of EVERYTHING Vincents/HRD produced over the years.

Can anyone see anything that I've missed?

Any help really would be gratefully received.

Graham





Series A
TT Replica
Rapide
Comet Special
Comet
Meteor

Series B
Meteor
Rapide
Black Shadow
Black Lightning

Series C
Comet
Black Shadow
Rapide
Black Lightning

Series D
Comet
Black Shadow
Rapide
Black Prince
Black Knight
Black Lightning

Industrial Machines
Generator
Amanda Water Scooter
Lawnmower
Rotovator
Picador
Lifeboat Engine
Go Kart Engine

Misc.
Model P
Model W
Model J
Speedway
Wolverhampton HRDs
Firefly
Fox
 

A_HRD

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VOC Member
Graham,

I seem to remember that the D Comet was called the 'Victor', and there were 2 made - of which only about half a dozen survive. :rolleyes:

Peter B
Bristol, UK.
 

Rapide

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VOC Member
white shadow? but i guess this was just a variation on the black so probably never officially named as such and therefore wont need a mention? Depends on what your project is.
 

royfox

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Non-VOC Member
Help Required

For starters:

C Meteor
D Victor
C Touring Comet
C Touring Rapide
OHV 98cc NSU-Vincent Fox
2-Stroke 123cc Nsu-Vincent Fox
250cc NSU-Vincent Max
Car with wooden body
Go carts were made by Harper Engines, not Vincent
Vincent 3-wheeler
Vindian
Blackburne-engined bike
The Vincent Special
Model JW
 

royfox

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Non-VOC Member
Don't forget the famous warhorse, Gunga Din, in his various forms.
And the Dearden bike, the supercharged Twin prepared for an attack on the world record.

The Company output during the War included land mines and fuses, the latter incorporated into the rockets used to devastating effect by Spitfire pilots at the battle of Falaise Gap.
 
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