rebour drawings - november 1951, part 2

translation of accompanying captions:

1: mercier creates for its mopeds a frame with a particularly stiff and robust cradle.

2: rhonson assembles a moped with a swing-master suspension of palco type.

3: colomb exhibits a "professional" machine, equipped with the new campagnolo derailleurs; here is the left rear dropout showing the threaded adjusting screw.

4: motobecane presents a scooter with a very stylish handlebar speedometer.

5: lutetia is a specialist in chidrens bicycles; here is a study of the rear dropout, with fender eyelets, raised by the mounting of training wheels.

6: peugeot studied for the bima luxe, this original dropout for the telescoping suspension fork.

7: singer innovates for their debut in motorization. see here their tandem frame, equipped with a mosquito.

8: beistegui for its racing model, present this beautiful headtube(?), decorated with 2 removable cut-out chrome-plated rings.

9: herse reinforces the attachment of the rear mudguard with this long strip.

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