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J. Van Hooydonk

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August 1902. New Phoenix motorcycle tandem.
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of the Phoenix Motor Cycle Works, Holloway Road, London.

See Joseph Van Hooydonk

Phoenix were motorcycles that were produced in Worcestershire before World War I. They were made in very small numbers and little further information is available.

Phoenix were motorcycles that were produced from 1900 to 1908, by J. Van Hooydonk, firstly in Holloway Road, then in Caledonian Road, London.

Not connected with Phoenix Motors, Phoenix Motor Works or Phoenix Motor Co

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