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Berkeley B60 or SA322
B60 or SA322 used the Anzani 2 cyl motorcycle engine 322cc (15hp). The “60” indicates theoretical top speed. 1956; Production: 163.
Berkeley Sports SE328 was fitted with the Excelsior Talisman 328cc 2 cylinder (18hp) motorcycle engine. 1957-58; production: 1,280.
The Berkeley Sports SE492 was fitted with the Excelsior Talisman 492cc 3 cylinder (30hp) motorcycle engine. 1957; Production: 666.
The Berkeley B95 was fitted with the Royal Enfield “Meteor” 692cc, 2 cylinder (40hp) motorcycle engine. The B105 with Royal Enfield “Constellation” 692cc, 2cylinder (50hp) engine. Combined production:200.
The Berkeley T60 is a three wheeled car powered by the earlier Excelsior 328cc engine. The T60/4, commonly known as the “Foursome”, also powered by the Excelsior 328cc engine had a back bench for children.