1974 Alouette Super Brute: The Featherweight Corp. of Montreal, Quebec first started building the Alouette in 1967. Alouette Recreational Product (owned by Coleco Canada Limited) built the models from 1972 - 75.
Alouette used a unique front suspension and the windshield and indicators are on the handlebars (FoxTrack was the first to do this in 1965). The engine is a front mounted 291cc Sachs, 24hp. This machine sold for $1299.
Gilles Villeneuve won the World Championship on a Super Brute 440 in 1973. Sales during the 1974 season were difficult and the Super Brute was no longer offered after 1974. The '74 slogan was "Alouette doesn't dawdle".
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