1955 Douglas Dragonfly Years produced: 1955-1957 Total production: 1,500 (approx.
) Claimed power: 17hp @ 5,500rpm Top speed: 70mph (approx.
) Engine type: 348cc overhead valve, air-cooled opposed twin Weight: (dry) 165.
6kg (365lb) Price then: NA Price now: $5,000-$8,000 MPG: 55mpg (est.
) Cruising along with the speedo in its big nacelle reading about 50mph, the elderly 1955 Douglas Dragonfly.
The Douglas Dragonfly was designed and built by Douglas motorcycles in Bristol.
The last motorcycle produced by the company, the 1955 Dragonfly was new styling around an old design.
It did not sell well however, and only 1,600 Dragonfly motorcycles were produced before the company was taken over and production ended in 1957.
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1957 Douglas Dragonfly 350 In Rare Reverse Colours.
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The 1955 350 cc Douglas Dragonfly was the last model produced.
The Westinghouse Brake and Signal Company Ltd bought Douglas out and production of Douglas Motorcycles ended in 1957.
Douglas continued to import Vespa scooters into the UK and later imported and assembled Gilera motorcycles.
Other classic douglas dragonfly biker motorcycle.
Douglas mark 3 douglas mk 4 & 5 & dragonfly cylinder head other douglas parts are also on my ebay.
dispatched with royal mail 2nd class signed for so as not to get lost.
Please feel free to have a look at my #, douglas dragonfly 350cc first registered 14th june 1957 original registration number with buff log book and current v5c registration document.
has its pride and clarke suppliers brass plate on the mudguard.
identical matching engine and frame numbers this machine has undergone in the last couple of years a full and comprehensive overhaul and restoration where needed by an engineer.
The first Douglas was manufactured in Bristol, UK in the early 1900’s & stayed in business until 1957 when they were bought out by The Westinghouse Brake & Signal Co.
Although production of Douglas motorcycles ceased in the 1950’s there are still many machines and parts available.
If you do not find what you are looking for through Ebay, other suggestions we would make are that you cont.
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