1931 Henderson Model B Motorcycle

While the Henderson marque was produced for a mere 20 years, the brand made its mark on the American motorcycle market.

Sadly it was among the companies forced into closure by the onset of the Great Depression at the turn of the 1930s – making this 1931 Henderson KL Streamline among the last of the Henderson motorcycles to ever be produced.

This bike featured leading-link front forks and had an illuminated speedometer, oil gauge and amp gauge atop a state-of-the-art, cast aluminium fuel tanks.

The Henderson KL also boasted a modified cylinder combustion chamber, as well as revamped cam timing, for increased power and grunt.

This 1931 Henderson KL Streamline has been restored by its previous owner.

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