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An example of the many platform-type scooters marketed soon after World War I. The engine had overhead valves (unusual for that period) with drip-feed oil supply controlled by opening the throttle.

The design was thought to be inspired by the Autoped, marketed in the United States from 1915. Both the Mobil and the Autoped went out of production in 1921. The manufacturers of the Mobil were part of T.G. John Ltd, later Alvis, famous for its cars until the 1960s.

Year1919
CountryBritish
Capacity828cc
Cylinders1
Maximum speed20mph/32.17kph
Price new£31
ManufacturerStafford Auto-Scooters Ltd

 

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