125 Type ETM
Terrot's first motorcycle was the 125 Type EP, which debuted in 1946. It featured an overhead-valve engine, a four-speed gearbox and a rigid frame equipped with girder front fork. This was followed by the types FTE and ETPC, with hydraulically damped telescopic fork, and the ETD, which came with a dynamo and battery/coil ignition. In 1953 an 'economy' version - the ETM - was introduced, featuring flywheel magneto ignition and an un-damped front fork. Swinging-arm rear suspension distinguished the last of this series, the ETDS and ETM4S, both of which arrived in mid-1954.
This ETM has been fully restored and is in good condition.