The Spanish Sanglas – Rovena Hispano Villiers sidecar 250 cc

Hispano Villiers was a Spanish engine brand, manufactured with the same name in Barcelona (Spain), between 1953 and the late 1960s.

At its peak, annual production reached 60,000 units, basing the success achieved with its products on conscientious manufacturing and the experience of the Villiers parent company in England, which had been manufacturing engines since the beginning of the century.

Quality of these engines is evident by the number of microcar and motorcycle assemblers that incorporated them: Cofersa, Cremsa, RMH, ROA, Sanglas in its second brand Rovena, Elig, Biscúter, Clúa and many others.

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