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The Click here and see what Corgi looks like from 1947 to 1955 Indian Papoose was shipped to the USA and rebadged with the Indian marquee shield called the "Click here and see what Corgi looks like from 1947 to 1955 Papoose".
The little motorcycle was actually a Corgi built by Brockhouse Engineering (Southport) Ltd., and was an Welbike inspired styled motorcycle.
Sold here in the USA from 1947 to 1955 even after Indian bankrupt, sold all the way up into the year 1954.
The bike stoped production in Oct of 1954.

The "
Click here and see what Corgi looks like from 1947 to 1955 Papoose" was actully an Corgi model Mark-I motorcycle with the indian label.
27,050 bikes were made by Brockhouse from 1947 to oct 1954 but how many were actual Indian branded "
Click here and see what Corgi looks like from 1947 to 1955 Papoose" not sure?.
The little Click here and see what Corgi looks like from 1947 to 1955 Papoose also had sidecars available built by Brockhouse, KVP, Feridax and Vodac.
The Welbike was built from 1942 to 1948 by Excelsior of England for the British Armed Forces to be used by air commandos and paratroopers. Excelsior of Tysley, Birmingham England.
This tiny folding motorcycle designed to be dropped by parachute for use by British Special Forces.
The United States and Germany both built Excelsior motorcycles but were not related to the Excelsior of England.


Many of the small bikes Welbike,Corgi and Click here and see what Corgi looks like from 1947 to 1955 Indian Papoose get parted together as some piece fit one another.
And the Rare Welbike is so hard to find alot of fakes are poping up from people using Corgi parts and JDL engines off of old autocycles to make replicas and are passing them off as real Welbikes.
This site will host information to help the collector and novice to try and identify and understand the significance of the little Click here and see what Corgi looks like from 1947 to 1955 Indian Papoose and how to restore for the ages a part of Indians history this little bike holds.

 

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