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Henderson 1911
Henderson

Henderson 1911

The "American Henderson Motorcycle Company[/b]" was started in 1911, by Tom W and William G.Henderson in Detroit, Michigan. In October 1911 the Henderson Motorcycle Co, 268 Jefferson Ave., Detroit, Michigan announced a new 4-cylinder, 56 cubic inches, 7 H.P. motorcycle. 
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Henderson 1915
Henderson

Henderson 1915

Henderson 1915 Model Four. By 1915 the first production model began rolling off the assembly line. The 1912 model had the designation "4" after the 57ccm inline four-cylinder engine; producing 6hp.
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Henderson KJ
Henderson

Henderson KJ

The Model KJ Streamline was designed by chief engineer Arthur Constantine, who had been hired by Schwinn away from Harley-Davidson in 1928. When it was released, it boasted of 57 new features added, although the basic engine design was still the proven inline four-cylinder that the Henderson
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