Levis Model A Special 1933
Engine Size: 350CC
Registration: XSY 425
1933 Levis Model A Special 350cc OHV Twin Port. Very rare, In fantastic - show winning condition having been fully restored to a very high standard ( as new condition ). First registered in the UK on the 29.07.1933 with only 4 former keepers. Comes with a good file of history. (Looks like a Mini Brough in our opinion). A fantastic looking machine and a great addition to any classic motorcycle collection.
Manufactured by Butterfields Ltd of Stechford, Birmingham, the Levis motorcycle derived its name for the Latin word for 'light', which was one of the diminutive machine's many virtues. One of the pioneers of the two-stroke motorcycle, the firm commenced manufacture of its 211cc, single-gear lightweight in 1911. Soon dubbed 'Popular', the model was a huge success for the Birmingham marque, remaining in production until 1926. The 'Popular' name was also applied to larger models such as the 346cc overhead-valve A2 seen here.