Dating a royal enfield bullet
The Royal Enfield Bullet was originally a British overhead valve single cylinder 4-stroke motorcycle made by Royal Enfield in Redditch, West Midlands of England but now produced by Royal Enfield Motors (the successor to the British company) at Chennai (Madras), Tamil Nadu of India.
The Royal Enfield Bullet has the longest production run of any motorcycle having remained continuously in production since 1948.
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1931-39 Royal Enfield Bullet Manufacturer Flag of the United Kingdom Royal Enfield Production 1931-39 Successor Royal Enfield Bullet Engine 346/499cc single cylinder OHV Introduced in 1931 as a four-stroke single cylinder motorcycle, this model was the first to feature the Bullet name.
It differed in a number of ways from its successors (which are now familiar): it had an inclined engine with exposed valve gear featuring four valves per cylinder with 350cc and 500cc options.
In 1994, the company was bought by the Eicher Group, under whom it operates to date.