Year of manufacture: 1951.
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Engine: 175cc. Full mechanical. Brand: Sachs.
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Bastert-Werke Bielefeld 1951
The works Bastert were a German manufacturer of sewing machines , small motorcycles and bicycles in Bielefeld .
At the age of 25 years Gustav Bastert founded in 1914, a bike and business of sewing machine in Bielefeld . 1918 was followed by a small-scale production; mainly Introduced cash to the other side. 1934, a company generous building was in Heepen opened. There, the production of the bikes so very popular began. However Bastert used - unlike other manufacturers - not the 98 cc -Engine of Fichtel and Sachs , but a motor of the ILO . Until the beginning of the war of ten different models emerged from 60 cc to 118 cc. During the war, he worked for the armour.
He died in 1943, the founder of the company Gustav Bastert, his son Helmut Bastert had been submitted by the company.
Already in 1948, it could restore a bike, the "Bastert B / 100 FM" with the engine tested by the ILO. 1949 "B / FS 100" incorporated in the model for the first time an engine of 98er Sachs. With the kickstarter , there was 1949, and two motorcycles with engine of the ILO, "FM 100 K" and "FM 120 K".
The range of products has been expanded, with 150 dc motors of Fichtel and Sachs engines 175er and 200er of the ILO; Suspension and front telescopic forks were introduced.
In 1951 Bastert in the first International Bicycle and Motorcycle Exhibition (IFMA) in Frankfurt am Main, "Bastert-Einspurauto" before. It was a large, 2.25 m long in the Maico Mobil is transporting Roller Tour, which was powered by a 175-cm3 - or optional 200 cc engine of the ILO. 600.000 German marks development costs pushed the sales price is very high (1,960.00 and 2,060.00 DM) for the scooter Bastert was the most expensive of its time. Built by vehicle, hand was of high quality and comfortable: he had a good body of light metal flow with enamel finish and telescopic fork, rear suspension and telescopic suspension blocks , which facilitated a change of wheel.
With only about 1,200 are sold "Einspurautos" remained from the success expected, and arrived on November 1, 1953 on the opening of the insolvency procedure, which avoided a bankruptcy. 1955 brought an end to the production of motorcycles in 1956, it was the last motorcycle.
Until 1987, the plastic containers of bankrupt factories Bastert manufactured manufactured.
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