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The '''Sears Free Spirit''' was a moped made by [[Kromag]]/[[Puch]] for distribution through Sears department stores from 1977-1979.
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The '''Sears Free Spirit''' was a moped made by [[Kromag]]/[[Puch]] for distribution through Sears department store catalogs from 1977-1979.
  
 
Puch had already worked with Sears in the past, making motorcycles, mopeds, and bicycles for them in the 50s and 60s. Since Puch was already manufacturing Sears' line of "Free Spirit" bicycles still when the moped boom came in the late 1970s, it was only logical for both companies to work together to produce a moped bearing the same name.
 
Puch had already worked with Sears in the past, making motorcycles, mopeds, and bicycles for them in the 50s and 60s. Since Puch was already manufacturing Sears' line of "Free Spirit" bicycles still when the moped boom came in the late 1970s, it was only logical for both companies to work together to produce a moped bearing the same name.
  
The Free spirit moped came in two models, a [[full-suspension]] model, and a fully [[rigid]] model. The Full-suspension model was based on the european [[Puch X-30]] and came in silver and maroon. The frame was basically a [[step-through]] version of the [[Puch Magnum|Magnum]] frame, and included 27" forks and a wide swingarm as well. All models were equipped with the [[E50]] engine. The only markings on the mopeds were the words "Free Spirit Moped" on the back of the seat. The rigid model was only available in blue, came without a speedometer, and carried a normal, springloaded saddle. These bear zero markings as to what model they are, aside from mentioning Sears on the [[VIN plate]].
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The Free spirit moped came in two models, a full-suspension model, and a fully [[rigid]] model. The Full-suspension model was based on the european [[Puch X-30]] and came in silver and maroon. The frame was basically a [[step-through]] version of the [[Puch Magnum|Magnum]] frame, and included 27" forks and a wide swingarm as well. All models were equipped with the [[E50]] engine. The only markings on the mopeds were the words "Free Spirit Moped" on the back of the seat. The rigid model was only available in blue, came without a speedometer, and carried a normal, springloaded saddle. These bear zero markings as to what model they are, aside from mentioning Sears on the [[VIN plate]].
  
 
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Revision as of 21:42, 23 February 2010

The Sears Free Spirit was a moped made by Kromag/Puch for distribution through Sears department store catalogs from 1977-1979.

Puch had already worked with Sears in the past, making motorcycles, mopeds, and bicycles for them in the 50s and 60s. Since Puch was already manufacturing Sears' line of "Free Spirit" bicycles still when the moped boom came in the late 1970s, it was only logical for both companies to work together to produce a moped bearing the same name.

The Free spirit moped came in two models, a full-suspension model, and a fully rigid model. The Full-suspension model was based on the european Puch X-30 and came in silver and maroon. The frame was basically a step-through version of the Magnum frame, and included 27" forks and a wide swingarm as well. All models were equipped with the E50 engine. The only markings on the mopeds were the words "Free Spirit Moped" on the back of the seat. The rigid model was only available in blue, came without a speedometer, and carried a normal, springloaded saddle. These bear zero markings as to what model they are, aside from mentioning Sears on the VIN plate.