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Victamower(R)

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Australia,
26.02.2015, 15:58
(edited by Victamower, 26.02.2015, 17:57)
 

Please help with identifying my Scooter ( Brockhouse Corgi) (Brockhouse Corgi)

Hi All, I have had this little scooter in the back shed for many years and I have decided to get it going and enjoy. I believe it is a brockhouse corgi?? Can anyone assist me with identifying this bike and what parts I need to complete it. The petrol tank is not original, however I believe the one shown in the pictures is the correct one. The exhaust part that is missing ( where the two pipes join to)is getting re-moulded by a friend as it was very brittle. The bike has no brakes or kick start which I would gather I would need before riding. I am new at forums so I do hope I am able to load the pictures which will tell the story. Any help with getting my scooter going and knowing alittle more about these would be greatly appreciated.
Kenny (Australia).


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modelman(R)

24.08.2016, 14:07
(edited by modelman, 24.08.2016, 14:20)

@ Victamower

Please help with identifying my Scooter ( Brockhouse Corgi)

Hi All, I have had this little scooter in the back shed for many years and
I have decided to get it going and enjoy. I believe it is a brockhouse
corgi?? Can anyone assist me with identifying this bike and what parts I
need to complete it. The petrol tank is not original, however I believe the
one shown in the pictures is the correct one. The exhaust part that is
missing ( where the two pipes join to)is getting re-moulded by a friend as
it was very brittle. The bike has no brakes or kick start which I would
gather I would need before riding. I am new at forums so I do hope I am
able to load the pictures which will tell the story. Any help with getting
my scooter going and knowing alittle more about these would be greatly
appreciated.
Kenny (Australia).


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The frame No. indicates a very early non-braked 1947 model.
No kickstart either, clutch lever in, roll along, drop the footrest to engage the gearbox, lever-out to 'bump' start!!
The flat tank is correct, & if it were me, i'd pull the dent, & paint it up, & refit, you have a very nice rare model there, hang on to it.