- Displacement (ccm): 150 ccm
- Type of engine: Villier
Francis Barnett Type 3 from 1928
Old restoration. Good general condition and work.
Francis-Barnett was an English motorcycle manufacturer founded in 1919, by Gordon Inglesby Francis and Arthur Barnett, and based in Lower Ford Street,Coventry, England.
The company developed a triangulated frame using straight tubes which could be bolted together using basic tools.
Most of their light motorcycles used Villiers and later AMC two-stroke engines.
In the 1930s the company developed the 250 cc Cruiser, one of the first motorcycles to have a faired engine.
The firm remained in business until 1966.