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A 1955 Wooler Flat Four. Usually housed at the Sammy Miller museum (and restored by them), the bike is one of the machines in the collection of the British Motorcycle Charitable Trust (www.bmct.org). John Wooler had a very inconventional approach to motorcycle design (as can clearly be seen!) from his debut at the 1911 Olympia show, an approach that he maintained throughout the next 45 years. This OHV machine came with the boast that it could be completely dismantled with the use of just one spanner and a screwdriver. Only a handful of prototypes were made, primarily due to production difficulties.

On display at the 2010 Footman James Classic Motor Show, at the NEC.  Read the blog for more event details.

  • Manufacturer: Wooler
  • Model: Flat Four
  • Engine: 500cc
  • Year: 1955
  • Decade: 1950s
  • Machine Type: Road

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