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Heinkel Tourist '63

€ 4.750
Heinkel Tourist '63 (1963)

Reference CH3719
Make Heinkel
Model Tourist '63
Type moto
Construction year 1963
KM 61723
Cilinder displacement 174
Gears manual
Steering left hand drive
Price € 4.750

Belgian documents

The Heinkel Tourist is a scooter made by Heinkel Flugzeugwerke from 1953 to 1965. More than 100,000 were manufactured over five generations.

The Tourist was sold as an upscale scooter. It was more expensive than a Vespa or a Lambretta, and was generally heavier, more comfortable, and more stable.It was available with a speedometer, a steering lock, a clock, a luggage carrier and a spare wheel steering lock, a clock, a luggage carrier, and a spare whee. It was referred to in England as "The Rolls-Royce of Scooters"and was advertised by a dealer in Massachusetts as "The Cadillac of Scooters".

The Tourist had a tubular steel frame to which pressed steel body panels were mounted. The engine of the Tourist was mounted in the frame and drove the rear wheel by a chain enclosed in the swingarm.  Thus sheltered, the chain ran in a sealed oil bath, extending its life and preventing any oil from contacting either scooter or rider. The engines used in Heinkel Tourists were 4-stroke while most other scooters of the time, including the Heinkel 150 light scooter from the 1960s, had 2-stroke engines.

Production of the final series of Heinkel Tourist, the 103 A2, began in August 1960. The telescopic forks of the previous series were replaced by a two-sided trailing-link fork late in the A2 production run. The rear body panel was restyled and was not interchangeable with those of earlier series. 55,000 Tourist 103 A2s were built before production of the Heinkel Tourist ended on 31 December 1965.

  • Specifications
  • Length : 208 cm
  • Width : 710 cm
  • Height : 100 cm
  • Wheelbase : 18 cm
  • Weight : 148 kg
  • Engine : four-stroke single-cylinder 174 cc, air-cooled
  • 4 speed manual
  • Maximum power : 10HP
  • Maximum speed : 95 km/h
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