Happy New Year all!
The Industria Argentina is fairly self explanitory. Seems to me like it
would be something like the Mexican Benotto.
I also suspect it was a venture that failed because the argentine economy
wasn't too happy with all the political turmoil and wild behaviour after the
It seems to read that the bike is a '56 is the last recorded world
championship date according to th badge.
The original components would then narrow down the bikes date of origen.
I never heard of Eyra parts, but I'll ask a possible source for info and get
back to you.My family and I spent over a year in The B.A. area back in '47+
and don't recall any manufacture of the Euro brands at that time, have a
magazne or two from those years and it doesn't show anything like that
This Frejus is quite a bit later, but that's my initial take.
Palos Verdes Estates
> Here is the Frejus from Argentina:
> Dale Brown
> cycles de ORO, Inc.
> 1410 Mill Street #100
> Greensboro, North Carolina 27408 USA