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Monet-Goyon. 350cc. 1926

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Year of manufacture: 1935.

Budget high tuition and/or historical depending on the autonomous community.

Engine: 350cc. Side valve. Dynamo and magneto.

Model with three gears.

In perfect state of functioning.

With all the guarantees.

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Monet-Goyon

Creation

1917

Disappearance

1959

Founders

Joseph Monet and Adrien Goyon

 

Key data

Central office

Macon ( France )

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Motorcycles

Monet-Goyon (MG) is a motorcycle brand French based on April 2, 1917 by Joseph Monet (engineer) and Adrien Goyon (rich heir) of Macon , in Saône-et-Loire .

History

  • 1916:
    • Joseph Monet (Engineer) and Adrien Goyon (heir of a family of Macon) combine to make fly without a motor, in order to make the mobility of the many victims maimed of the war of 14-18.
  • April 02, 1917 :
    • the firm Macon Monet and Goyon is created and specializes in vehicles of the sick, wounded and maimed: the tricycle.
  • 1919:
    • In the first motor 117 cc, mounted in a "wheel of unity", manufactured under license british "Autowheel" or "Auto-wheel", it is adaptable to all bikes.
    • Thereafter, it is mounted in the "Automouche", a tricycle, and then used in the "Vélauto".

 

"Automouche"

  • 1922
    • Monet and Goyon obtained the license for the manufacture of a two-stroke 270 cc engine Villiers to replace the 117 cc in Vélauto the Automouche as well as the motorcycles are more traditional.
  • 1924
    • Monet and Goyon a sports model, the "ZS" engine Villiers 175 cc dual exhaust.
  • 1925
    • The latter receives Villiers Special said Brooklands TT equipped with pots "bean".
    • This bike will bring numerous titles:
      • Speed France Champion (1924, 25, 26, 27)
      • Grand Prix of France (1927, 28, 29)
      • Grand Prize of the FMU (1924, 25, 27, 29)
      • Victories in the Mont Ventoux (1924, 25, 28, 29)
      • 20 world records in 1924, 25 and 29.
    • First four-stroke engines MAG built under license. These are 350 cm 3 semi-collapsed.
  • 1926
    • Joseph Monet died of tuberculosis . His brother, Marcel succeeded him.
  • 1927
    • New engines of 350 cc and 500 cc four-stroke brand MAG.
  • 1929:
    • Disappearance of motorcycles of the belt.
    • Addition of a 250cc semi-knocked out.
  • 1930:
    • The company bought the brand Koehler-Escoffier, created in 1912.
  • 1931
    • Creation of a side to 350 cc.
  • 1932:
    • Bikes start of auxiliary motor (BMA) of the new law in force back. Monet-Goyon creates a performance engine 98 cm3.
  • 1935
    • Manufacture of Monet-Goyon for the French army in 350 cc and 500 cc.
  • 1937
    • Appearance of a rear suspension, as "Champion of France" in the 350 cc and 500 cc.
  • 1938
    • Marcel Monet is turned off in turn.
  • 09 1939:
    • The Second World War broke out, the company offers sidecars for the army.
  • 1940:
    • Adrien Goyon, then 82 years of age, gave way as general director of the company Monet-Goyon.
  • 1946:
    • The death of the technical director Raymond Guiguet
    • Adrien Goyon (CEO 88 years old) does not have a principal technical goods to your side.
    • The production is reduced to 100cc 2-stroke, 250 cc and 350 cc 4-stroke in that they added a telescopic fork.
    • The catalogue of the brand is considered somewhat old-fashioned.
  • 1950:
    • Financial situation of the company improved briefly with the arrival of the engine of 125cc 2-stroke Villiers.
  • 1953:
    • In January, Adrien Goyon dies at 93 years old.
    • Villiers S2G engine of 98 cm3 (2 speeds) allows the company to continue.
    • This success gives a respite to the enterprise, and allows the engineering work of the new 125cc engine.
  • 1958:
    • The signing of a contract with the company to make Motostandard sierpes lawn mowers and small motor boat that still carry the name of Monet-Goyon.
  • 1959:
  • The closure of the factory of Monet and Goyon.

Production

There are several types of motorcycles have been produced with the following displacements :

  • 100cc single exhaust:
    • MG10 1932 ....
    • M10, M11, M10D, M11D .... 1933-35
    • M10T, M11T, M10TD, M11TD, M11S 1936 ....
    • D1, D2,.... 1937-39
    • D2L 1940 ....
    • D3 .... 1939, 1940 and 1942
    • M10SP, M11SP .... 1936-38
    • M101 1939 ....
    • M112, M113, 1939, and 1940 ....
  • 100cc double exhaust:
    • S1 .... 1936-39
    • S2 .... 1937-39
    • S3 1937 and 1938 ....
    • S2L 1940 ....
    • S3L 1939 ....
    • PS3 .... 1938
    • S3G S3GL .... 1939, 1940 and 1942
    • S3GD, S3GDS 1949 and 1953 ....
  • 112 cm3:
    • Moped light:
      • S2GD 1954 ....
      • S2GL 1955 ....
    • Starlet:
      • S2GDC 1954 and 1955 ....
      • S2L 1955 ....
      • S2S 1955 and 1956 ....
      • 310, 320, 330 .... 1957
    • Dolina:
      • 350 .... 1957
      • Dolina 1958 ....
    • Beaver:
      • Y1, Y2 .... 1956 1957
      • Y3 1957 ....
      • Beaver 1958 ....

 

2 small modern-day models, probably a 125 S6VU

  • 125cc:
    • S6V .... 1949-54
    • S6VU, S6VL 1953 and 1954 ....
    • S6VS 1955 and 1956 ....
    • 400 (S6VS) .... 1957
    • S6VG, S6VG4 1954 ....
    • S6V4 1955 ....
    • S6V40 1955 and 1956 ....
    • S6VR 1958 and 1959 ....

 

Probably a 147 ZG 1927

  • 147 cm3:
    • 2HP 1923 ....
    • Z .... 1924-1928
    • Z Sport 1924-27 ....
    • ZD .... 1924-1931
    • ZOC MG15B, ZA2B 1932 ....
    • P .... 1926-1930
    • ZC 1927 and 1928 ....
    • ZA, ZCT 1929 and 1930 ....
    • MG15, ZA2 1931 ....
    • C15, D15 .... 1933
  • 175 cm3:
    • Type 1924 Grand Prix ....
    • ZS2 .... 1925 à1927
    • ZS3 1925 and 1926 ....
    • ZT T 1928 ....
    • SAC in 1937 ....
    • TT 1929 and 1930 ....
    • MG17 1931 and 1932 ....
    • MG17B 1932 ....
    • C17D, D17d, C17, D17 .... 1933
    • M18, M18L, M18D2, D17L .... 1934-36
    • M18D3 .... 1934-37
    • M18T .... 1937-39
    • S17 .... 1936-40
  • 250cc:
    • L .... 1934
    • L3, LS3, LS3S 1935 and 1936 ....
    • AL3, AL3S .... 1937-42
    • R4 1947 ....
  • 350 cm3:
    • Side:
      • L4 .... 1934 1936
      • L4P 1936 ....
      • AL4 1937 ....
      • PL4 1937 .... 1942
      • L4L 1938 .... 1942
      • PS47 .... 1947
    • Fallen
      • LS4'.... 1934-36
      • LS4S 1935 and 1936 ....
      • LS4C 1936 ....
      • ALS4 1937 ....
      • PLS4 .... 1937-42
      • LS4L .... 1938-42
  • 500cc:
    • L5, LS5 1935 and 1936 ....
    • L5P, LS5P, LS5S 1936 ....
    • PL5, PLS5 1937 and 1938 ....
    • AL5, ALS5 1937 ....
    • L5L, LS5L .... 1938-40
    • AL5, ALS5 1939 ....

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Monet-Goyon. 350cc. 1926

Monet-Goyon. 350cc. 1926

Year of manufacture: 1935.

Budget high tuition and/or historical depending on the autonomous community.

Engine: 350cc. Side valve. Dynamo and magneto.

Model with three gears.

In perfect state of functioning.

With all the guarantees.

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