Don't know where it was built or who built it.
Not much info on the web about this brand. ( May be an Australian made bike )
I did read that somewhere.
Found the partial bike in a wrecking yard crush pile.
$2 bought it.
19" tig welded steel frame.
Nice big tubes / 3 piece steel crank / cable bungs in all the right places / 6 speed shifter with suntour derailers.
The only pic I have of the bike were all taken after I added the fenders , bars , seat , deore brakes and wheels.
It came with 1.95 white walls on single wall alloy rims. No fenders ,wide cruiser bars and a fat no name seat.
Was Red and white .
After some touch up paint:
The frame is strong and light for a seal frame.
Beautiful welds and nice finish.
The paint is a bit thin and scratches easily.
I used a 2014 short intake 66cc china girl kit with large tube mounts.
Fit the frame perfectly with no alterations.
The engine sits nice and low in the frame.
Rides very well, with good balance. ( as built )
As it was a basket case I have no opinion on how it rode stock.
This frame ( if you can find one ) is perfect for conversion to a MTB.
Everything just seems to fit .
Chain clears the frame with no need for a tensioner ( I run a spring tensioner any way ).
The 19" frame fits a 5'8" rider well but would seem small for taller riders...
As the bike was a bit stiff I did add a sutour suspension fork and a suspension seat post to the bike.
The stock fork was a very stout unit though.
The bike as it sat ( pre suspension fork )