Date of Manufacture: 1964
Engine Size: 60CC
Johann Puch founded the Austrian company in 1891 manufacturing bicycles and the company was sold in 1897. The company produced its first motorcycle in 1903 followed by its first automobile in 1910. Puch was active in racing with moderate success
Puch designed the first split single nicknamed the 'twingle' in 1923, an engine design that lasted for almost 50 years. In order to increase engine size, Puch doubled up a 250cc engine into a 500cc four-piston split-twin.
60cc two stroke single. Note the shrouded engine. The engine is cooled by an engine driven fan behind the left side louvered cover ensuring cooling even when stopped in traffic.
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