constr. year: 1959 displacement: 121 cm3 one-cylinder two-stroke performance: 5 HP (3,6 kW) at 5100 rpm max. speed: 75 km/h weight: 122 kg transmission: 3 speeds, gear change with left hand
|Restored 1990, but still (or again?) some rust.|
constr. year: 1956 displacement: 172 cm3 one-cylinder double-piston two-stroke performance: 10 HP (7,3 kW) at 5800 rpm max. speed: 95 km/h weight: 119 kg transmission: 4 speeds
The pictures were taken before and after restoring in 1995.
constr. year: 1955 displacement: 248 cm3 one-cylinder double-piston two-stroke performance: 13,8 HP (10,1 kW) at 5400 rpm max. speed: 105 km/h weight: 154 kg transmission: 4 speeds
|Restored by my father in 1998.
Unfortunately, I could not find the pictures I took before restoring.
|Duna sidecars were originally designed for hungarian Pannonia bikes.
built from 1955 to 1975
not restored yet, but a lot of fun to drive it.
constr. year: 1972 displacement: 493 cm3 two-cylinder four-stroke performance: 19.8 HP (14.5 kW) at 4600 rpm max. speed: 105 km/h weight: 520 kg transmission: 4 speeds + Rev, not synchronized
Licensed from Fiat, Puch developed it's own engine for the 500.
This is one of the very last Puch 500's, with much less Puch's own parts than the older models
(i.e. the fiat-gearbox without the Puch "Dynastarter")
Restoration started by my brother in 1999, but sold unfinished in 2002.
|Links to Puch:|
|Puch Oldtimer (Andreas Pils)|
|Puch Motorrad Stammtisch Grieskirchen|
|Amicale Puch (french site)|
|Homepage of Knut Lund|
|Puch500.at (Robert Prokschi)|
|Links to Duna sidecars:|
|private Duna homepage|
|Duna and Motorkuli at the Pannonia page|
|Duna at ostmotorad.de|