ANA (motorcycle)

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The ANA motorcycle was manufactured by Martin J Shelley at the ANA Cycle Works in Rathdowne Street, North Carlton, Victoria between 1910 and 1919. The ANA used a wide variety of different engines: Fafnir, JAP Precision, Abingdon King Dick, as well as Sturmey-Archer gearboxes.[1]

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  1. ^ Robert Saward, “A-Z of Australian-Made Motorcycles: 1893-1942”, Turton & Armstrong, Sydney, 1996 ISBN 0-908031-64-5

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