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1939 Monet-Goyon S3M

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1939 Monet-Goyon S3M

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Monet-Goyon was a French motorcycle manufacturer founded in 1917 by engineer Joseph Monet and his financial backer Adrien Goyon.

This model - the 1939 S3M - is the military version of the civilian used S3GL. Only as many as 1,600 were sold to the French military during the Second World War. Our bike features a 98cc single-cylinder, 2-speed motor made in the Macon factory (as seen on the tank badging), famous in the racing community for its production of both Villiers and MAG motors. Defining features include a split exhaust manifold, side-valved intake, and tank-mounted hand shifter.

Production continued specifically for civilian use after the German occupation, including 3 and 4-speed variants with motors scaling up to 500cc (see advertisement flyer). In the mid-1950’s the Monet-Goyon motorcycles ceased to be.

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