FN 1927 M 67 496 cc OHV frame#M67 20344 engine# 20344
At the end of 1923 FN marketed a 350 cc single cylinder ohv with unit construction engine and horizontally split crankcase.
This model, the M60, was the start of a successful new line of models in a period in which the heavy and expensive four cylinder was quickly loosing ground.
Two years later a bigger 500cc brother was brought out, the M 67 with bore and stroke dimensions of 85×87 mm.
The M67 was very successful in sporting events; production of the model ended in 1934.
This machine is the “Comfort” version, which means it is equipped with balloon tyres.
The machine was a museum exhibit for many years and has been partly restored some decades ago.