Ehrlich two-stroke motorcycle engine, 1946.
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actual image size: 26cm x 32cm

Ehrlich two-stroke motorcycle engine, 1946.

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This engine was produced by Dr J Ehrlich in England in 1946. He had worked with the Austrian firm Steyr-Daimler-Puch AG which had produced a number of succesful designs for touring and racing motor cycles. One of the special arrangements of two-stroke engines adopted with succes, especially in Germany, was the double piston form with a common combustion chamber.

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