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Puch moped ULO Superman Tail light Lens will fit most 1970's mopeds

$23.00

Jacksonville, Georgia

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This is a new/ old stock tail light lens for most 1970's Puch mopeds,but will work on most 1970's mopeds like Batavus , Columbia , JC Penney Pinto , SPARTA , Foxi , FREE Spirit , Motobecane , moby , Mobylette , Sachs , Kriedler ,etc.I have 11 new/ old stock and at least 2 used ones. The Puch part number is 349.1.55.806.2 This looks strikingly similar to the Superman logo.Replace you missing or cracked taillight lens.$23 each firm for New/ old stock or part cash part trade,or all trade or $18.50 each firm for used,or part cash part trade,or all trade.I also have other moped parts for sale and/or trade,or all trade.Contact me with what you need.

Other Makes : RARE 1948 Puch Motorcycle with MUSTANG engine. 1948 steyr daimler puch motorcycle with mustang engine

$3,500.00

Winslow, Arizona

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THIS IS A 1948 PUCH FRAME WITH A MUSTANG ENGINE (1940'S-1950'S)AND BURMAN 3 SPEED TRANS (BURMAN TRANS CAME WITH MUSTANG ENGINES) RARE 1948 Steyr-Daimler-Puch Graz Motorcycle FRAME. MUSTANG ENGINE HAS BURMAN TRANS WHICH GENERALLY CAME WITH THE MUSTANG'S. I AM RESEARCHING THE YEAR OF THE ENGINE. Motor runs, we had it running one and a half year ago, tranny does not work. This would make an awesome restoration project. Johann Puch first produced bicycles in 1889 in a small workshop called "Fahrradfabrikation Strauchergasse 18 a" in Graz. In 1928 the company merged with Austro-Daimler and became a part of the new Austro-Daimler-Puchwerke. This company in its turn merged in 1934 with Steyr AG to form Steyr-Daimler-Puch. Like all enterprises of its kind, the Puch production plants had to change to arms production during World War II. During the period immediately after the war, late 1945 to 1947, the factory was requisitioned and run by the British Army (R.E.M.E.) In 1949, an assembly cooperation agreement was signed with Fiat in Turin. The 1950s to the mid-1970s saw a sharp increase in production of motorcycles, bicycles and mopeds. Even though Puch was a part of Steyr-Daimler-Puch, it still manufactured products under its own name, as well as for Steyr-Puch and other companies. Puch gave up racing in the 1950s and split-single production ended around 1970 The Mustang was a lightweight motorcycle built by Gladden Products Corporation in Glendale, California, from 1946 to 1965. YOU CAN LEARN MORE ABOUT MUSTANG MOTORCYCLES ON THE MUSTANG MOTORCYCLE CLUB OF AMERICA WEBSITE. FEEL FREE TO MAKE AN REASONABLE OFFER. THIS MOTORCYCLE WILL BE SOLD, "AS IS". LOCAL PICK UP ONLY. THANKS.

Other Makes : RARE 1948 Steyr-Daimler-Puch Graz Motorcycle 1948 steyr daimler puch motorcycle rare

$7,000.00

Winslow, Arizona

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RARE 1948 Steyr-Daimler-Puch Graz Motorcycle PLEASE NOTE THE LOCATION OF THE CARBURATOR, YOU WON'T FIND VINTAGE MOTORCYCLES WITH THIS PARTICULAR CARBURATOR CONFIGURATION, WHICH ADDS TO IT'S RARITY. THIS MOTORCYCLE RESEMBLES A BOARD TRACK RACER. Motor runs, we had it running one and a half year ago, tranny does not work. This would make an awesome restoration project. Johann Puch first produced bicycles in 1889 in a small workshop called "Fahrradfabrikation Strauchergasse 18 a" in Graz. In 1928 the company merged with Austro-Daimler and became a part of the new Austro-Daimler-Puchwerke. This company in its turn merged in 1934 with Steyr AG to form Steyr-Daimler-Puch. Like all enterprises of its kind, the Puch production plants had to change to arms production during World War II. During the period immediately after the war, late 1945 to 1947, the factory was requisitioned and run by the British Army (R.E.M.E.) In 1949, an assembly cooperation agreement was signed with Fiat in Turin. The 1950s to the mid-1970s saw a sharp increase in production of motorcycles, bicycles and mopeds. Even though Puch was a part of Steyr-Daimler-Puch, it still manufactured products under its own name, as well as for Steyr-Puch and other companies. Puch gave up racing in the 1950s and split-single production ended around 1970 I HAVE RESEARCHED, AND CANNOT FIND ANOTHER MOTORCYCLE LIKE THIS ONE, WITH THE CARB MOUNTED FORWARD. FEEL FREE TO MAKE AN REASONABLE OFFER. THIS MOTORCYCLE WILL BE SOLD, "AS IS". LOCAL PICK UP ONLY. THANKS.