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Cremsa - which is short for "Construcciones Radio-Electro Mecánicas, S.A." was a Catalan brand of motorcycles and motorcars in Barcelona between 1956 and 1965.

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Motovehiculos Cremsa Barcelona emblem. (©Photo by Segura)

The first Cremsa model was called "Pato" (duck) in 1956 powered by a Hispano Villiers engine, and was updated in 1957. During the 1960s, Cremsa manufactured the "Toro" (bull) and "Rata" (rat) by Trimosa with Hispano Villiers 250 cc engines.

Cremsa also produced the "Rally" motorcycle in 1960, and the Turisme I Sport in 1965.

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Cremsa sign.

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Motovehiculos Cremsa Barcelona emblem. (©Photo by Segura)

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Cremsa plaque. (©Photo by Segura)

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Cremsa Rata logo. (©Photo by Segura)

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Cremsa Rata. (©Photo by Segura)

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Cremsa Rata. (©Photo by Segura)

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