c.1925 DSH-Villiers 125cc
Frame no. 2141
Engine no. T3073
DSH were a small Austrian firm trading from 1924 to 1932; the initials represent the last names of the three proprietors: Doller, Seidl, and Hauler, who drew heavily on a variety of English suppliers for chassis components and engines. Starting with assembled machines of 175 and 250cc, using Villiers power, they soon progressed into the 500/750cc field with motors by JAP, and also the Swiss made MAG engine. The 125 DSH-Villiers was one of the Museums earliest acquisitions, with Prof Ehn confirming it has remained untouched since 1970, precisely as purchased. Conventionally equipped, and 99% complete, the authentic flat-tank machine is undoubtedly a stunning mid-1920s artefact! Offered without documentation.
- This machine carries engine no. T3079 and not as stated in the catalogue.
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