the Grandaddy of all motorized two-wheelers

This was the first motorized two-wheelers.

(technically it had the 2 'training wheels'... but you get the idea)

And... if the frame broke... you could always weld it back together with #3 white pine welding rod.

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Now that is messed up! :)

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It looks like an overgrown spinning wheel. Crazy.

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That company eventually went on to buy the makers of the Dodge Dart.

Jim

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hahah, jim...

man, that seat looks COMFY! i want to get one for my honda!

i wonder if you could put a BiTurbo on that.. hahaha

Yee haw! it's got a saddle

I hope that is a saddle so you don't have to sit on that sharp pointy thing.

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you cant put a bi turbo on it because it is a 4 cycle engine, and that company went on to make the well known mercedes-benz. and its not a moped or motorcycle. it was actually ment to have 4 wheels because it topped out at 1 1.2 miles per hour so they could not balence it.

Wow...the first Puch?

Didn't they also team up with Puch??? The Puch Maxi-Saddle?

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You can see this thing in person! at the AMA museum in Pickerington Ohio!!

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