The Little S•O•B (Snow Or Beach)
C., of Harleysville PA, has possession of this
motorbike and is restoring it. It was made by the
ETC Company of West Point, PA. His local mechanic
said he remembers these bikes and thought they may
have been made by
West Point Products, a company
that made agricultural equipment.
John Mascaro of West Point
Products was contacted, but reported that no,
his company didn't make any motorbikes. He said
that after West Point Products closed in the 1970's
there were plenty of skilled machinists, welders
and designers in the area who could have created
Here is a clue, a sponsor ad from a
cookbook published in 1980 by Grace Church.
West Point Machine Products Corp. is at the same
address as the old West Point Products Corp! This ad was
placed 11 years after West Point Products closed. John
Mascaro said he's never heard of the two men in the ad.
Since it's the same address, it stands to reason that some of
the employees and machinery from the
older company were still there. Was the ETC Company a
spin-off of West Point Machine Products?
The ETC Company
trademark. What does ETC stand for?
Logo on the side of the motorbike.