BRAND: Heinkel. 200cc. 2T.
MODEL: Scotter. TOURIST. 103-A2. with sidecar.
DOCUMENTATION: IF. German available.
TECHNICAL SHEET: IF. Not available.
STATE OF the CHASSIS: Good. No.: 0234051
MOTOR STATUS: Original full.
Warning: Last items in stock!
APPRECIATIONS: The paint is in good condition in general. Seat with original upholstery, good condition. Chrome in good condition lack of Polish. Trims in good condition and original. Shifters original. Spare wheel and cover sidecar (metraquilato of sidecar with damage, see photo).
IF you have documentation we would have to do a registration history. (Custom quote with our manager).
EXAMINATION OF RESTORATION OR DAMAGE: Not significant. Very good condition in general except for the breakage of the defense of the air pressure. Old restoration. In operation, tested. Lack of cleaning and lubrication from lack of use.
The Heinkel Tourist is a scooter made by Heinkel Flugzeugwerke from 1953 to 1965. Is manufactured and sold more than 100,000.
The Tourist was sold as a scooter luxury. 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 rack and a spare wheel. 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 engine of the Tourist is mounted on the frame and drove the rear wheel by a chain enclosed in the swingarm . Thus protected, the chain ran in an oil bath seal, extending its useful life and preventing the oil from coming in contact with the scooter or the 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.
The first prototype of the scooter Heinkel and was built in 1949. The production of the tourist began in 1953.
The Tourist was manufactured in five series: the 101 A0 (1953-1954), the 102 A1 (1954-1955), the 103 A0 (1955-1957), the 103 A1 (1957-1960) and the 103 A2 (1960 -1965).
The Tourist 101 A0 was the first series of Heinkel Tourist, the only series with an engine of 149 cc (9.1 cubic feet ), and the only series with a starter motor. The production began in April 1953. Transmission three-speed is actuated by a handle rotating on handlebars of tubular steel.
In June 1954, the electrics were upgraded from 6 V to 12 V to accommodate the addition of an electric starter at that time. The production of the 101 A0 was finished two months after. Built 6.500 tourist 101 A0s.
The production of the series 102 A1 began in July of 1954. The main changes with respect to the 101 A0 were the larger engine, which had been bored, and had petted up to a capacity of 174 cc (10.6 cu in), the absence of a starter motor and use the electric 12 V and an electric starter as on the last of the 101 A0s. It included a glove box behind the protective legs. The speedometer was mounted in the glove box.
17,500 Tourist 102 A1s were built before the end of production in August of 1955.
The production of the series 103 A0 started in August of 1955. The tourists of the series 103 had four transmissions of speed and wheels of ten inches, extended the transmissions of three-speed and eight inch wheels of earlier models. The result was a scooter bigger, heavier and more thirsty on the one hand, and a scooter more faster and sophisticated on the other.
It is stated that 34,060 Tourist 103 A0s were built before the end of production in September of 1957, but this production figure is disputed.
The production of the series 103 A1 began in September of 1957. The handlebars are tubular of the previous series were replaced by a handlebar with a cast that contained an instrument panel. The engine, although still the same in size, was improved by the use of a crankshaft on two bearings. The engine was now mounted to the frame with rubber mounts, improving the march.
50,050 Tourist 103 A1s were built before the end of production in June of 1960.
The 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 fork of two sides of the link at the end of the series production A2. The rear panel of the bodywork was redesigned and was not interchangeable with the previous series.
55,000 Tourist 103 A2s were built before production of the Heinkel Tourist ended December 31, 1965.
|Series||Year built||Engine capacity (cc)||Diameter × stroke (mm)||Distance between axes (mm)||Length (mm)||Width (mm)||Height (mm)||Weight empty (kg)||Wheels|
|101 A0||1953 - 1954||149||59.0 × 54.5||1330||1980||710||980||129||4.00 × 8 "|
|102 A1||1954 - 1955||174||60.0 × 61.5||133|
|103 A0||1955 - 1957||1370||2060||1000||152||4.00 × 10 "|
|103 A1||1957 - 1960||1375||2085||156|
|103 A2||1960 - 1965||1380||2020||148|
All the scooters tour were powered by engines with a single valve, four-stroke valves general .
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