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Buck were motorcycles produced from 1910 to 1912
The name came from Buckman Engineering of Nottingham.
1910 A model was exhibited at the Stanley show, late that year. It had a 4hp, 604cc engine, belt drive and adjustable pulley.
1912 Two models were listed: a two-speed and a 6hp V-twin. It was the firm's final year.
1912 June. Advertising for a Fitter for car and motor work.
1912 Became the Stag Co