Gillet Herstal

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Gillet 1928 "Tour du monde"

Gillet Herstal was a Belgian manufacturer of motorcycles and automobiles based in Herstal.

Company history[edit]

Started in 1919 as with the production of motorcycles, Gillet Herstal ended its production in 1959.[1]


From 1928 to 1929 Gillet Herstal produced a three-wheeled car, which was equipped with a motorcycle engine. On 22 September 1929 in Malle, one of these vehicles held the land speed record in the Cyclecar 500 category, the speed was 117.647 km/h.