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In 1955, the 125cc Colleda COX was announced as the successor to the 90cc Colleda CO. The four-stroke models got company by the two-strokers 102cc ”Porter Free” and 123cc ”ST” during 1955. Both models were two-strokers with steel frame, telescopic front forks and plunger rear suspension, similar to their predecessors. All of the Colleda two-stroke engines used the conventional piston valve construction.

Colleda CO 90cc four-stroke motorcycle
1955 Colleda COX

Colleda COX1955 Colleda COX
Dry Weight: Engine: 123 cc side-valve 1-cylinder 4-stroke.
Three speeds, telescopic front forks ang plunger rear suspension.
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Colleda ST-1 125ST '55 -551955 Colleda ST-1
Dry Weight: 95 kg (205 lbs)
Engine: Air-cooled 123.18 cc 1-cylinder piston-valve 2-stroke. 5.5 hp.
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SJK DH1 Porter Free 1955 Colleda Porter Free DH-1
Overall Length: 2 000 mm (78.7 in)
Overall Width: 750 mm (29.5 in)
Overall Height: 960 mm (37.8 in)
Wheelbase: 1 240 mm (48.8 in)
Dry Weight: 85 kg (187 lbs)
Engine: Air-cooled 102 cc 1-cylinder piston-valve 2-stroke. 5.5 hp @ 4 500 rpm
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'55 Colleda ST motorcycle
1954 Colleda ST

The 123 cc Colleda ST was the most successful of the company's 1955 models. It was a simple and affordable small motorcycle that was in sales of the model exceeded 100 000 units during the six years it was manufactured. Because of the appealing quality with durability and low noise it became a hit product.

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