Sold for £2,530
(including buyers premium)
Registration No: 965 UNU
Frame No: 32/3715
Engine No: 32/3715
The late 1950s saw strong sales of Puch two-stroke single motorscooters, which had three gears shifted from the left twistgrip. These machines developed a reputation for reliability and were popular for daily commuting, providing good weather protection and ease of use. Later models had a 150cc engine and foot-operation, giving better performance of 6hp instead of 5hp but retaining the three gears.
This striking 1961 Puch Alpine has formed part of a large collection of motorcycles. An alternative to the more regularly seen Lambrettas etc. this Puch is a lovely design with flowing aerodynamic lines. The scooter also has a tyre pump that fits into its own fairing bracket. Restored by the previous owner to a very good standard and with just three previous owners from new, it is understood it was last on the road in 1964 until it was purchased and restored. We have been advised it 'has been running recently'. It comes complete with RF60 logbook, handbooks, keys, and various paperwork. Please note this will need to have a new V5C applied for as it is not currently on the DVLA system.
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Auction: National Motorcycle Museum, Wed, 20th Jul 2022
Wednesday 20th July 2022, from 9am
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