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Sat, Mar. 25, 2017 9:10
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Mike Baldwin of Potterville, Michigan      contactus[at]motosofmichigan.com

Sat, Nov. 05, 2016 12:32
I recently bought some Zundapp NOS Parts from a long ago Closed Dealership. Most of what I found is for the Super Sabre but still going thru the inventory. I had to seperate the boxes as there was Rumi and Pannoia in as well.If anyone may need some parts I may be able to help. Thanks Rob from Dream Cycles
Rob Oliphant of Ransomville NY      Dreamcycles11[at]Yahoo.com

Tue, Nov. 01, 2016 4:10
Hello,can you tell me the visible differences between a KS500 and a KS600?thanks
Jaap Visser of Malaga,Spain      jaapvisser1[at]hotmail.com

Sat, Oct. 29, 2016 17:10
After examining my "new" 1953 KS 601 Sport, my mechanic and I have several questions and parts needs. Does the air filter have a gasket between the filter & the airbox? What brand(s) and number of spark plug are best? What is good compression on these engines? What holds the kick start arm IN? Ours trys to leave the bike. Do the pet cocks have ONE or TWO lever stop position plates? We need some suggestions for parts vendors (hopefully in the USA). Parts needed at this time: Drive shaft boots, front & rear. Oil pan gasket. Pet cock re-build kits. Valve cover gaskets. Gas tank rubber isolators for front and rear mounts. Kick start outer seal. Left side rear axle seal. Transmission rear mount rubber. Grateful for help! Russ
Russ Bees of Iowa      RussBees[at]msn.com

Tue, Oct. 25, 2016 4:31
Owner a KS 601 1953
Werner Roedenbeck of Miami Florida      wernerroedenbeck[at]yahoo.com

Mon, Oct. 24, 2016 23:59
I just bought a Zundapp Bella scooter, but I haven't seen it yet. It is about 4 hours away. It has no body panels on it. No leg shield, no seat and so on. Just has frame, tires and wheels and engine with fuel tank. The body is completely missing. Can you point me toward somone who can help me locate body parts? I appreciate very much your taking the time to read this and your help. Joseph Mathis Liberty MO 64068
Joseph Mathis of Liberty MO      mathis_jt[at]sbcglobal.net

Mon, Oct. 17, 2016 11:15
Super thank you ... for this website i get information for my motorcycle ..
Hery of Indonesia      hery_h[at]yahoo.co.id

Sat, Sep. 10, 2016 17:50
I just bought a zundapp from a friend. Through your site, I discovered it was a 1951 DB-202 Derby. I'm looking for places to get parts to start restoration project for my son and I.
Rich staciwa of Indiana      Richardstaciwa[at]att.net

Mon, Sep. 05, 2016 9:26
I'm trying to learn the value of the KS601 bikes. Interested in purchasing one but no clue here as to worth. What should be some good questions to ask of seller? Do these bikes have some inherant problems or short comings? What is a reasonable cruise speed. And weight of machines? Thanks all.
Russ of Iowa      RussBees[at]msn.com

Sun, Aug. 07, 2016 1:33
Few days ago , I knew this brand..at street side , when someone trying to sale the bike to me Now I knew one more germany motorcycle brand except BMW ^^ I am very happy to visit your website and there are many infrmation about Zyndapp ! Awesome I put some Zundapop photos today on my face book FB : Euphoria Speed Cafe .Taiwan
Euphoria Speed Cafe .Taiwan of Taiwan      paul5751[at]hotmail.com

Wed, Aug. 03, 2016 14:57
Hello, I am in search for a 1958 - 1959 Zundapp Combinette in basket case to average condition. Please let me know if anyone comes across one. Thanks,
Mike of Miami, Florida USA      racermig[at]hotmail.com

Tue, Aug. 02, 2016 9:58
I have a 1937 Zundapp ks500 for sale.. Located in Chicago area. Can or text me for info.. 1-708-257-61 seven three Ken
Ken Hon of Chicago      Kennethhon[at]comcast.net

Mon, Jul. 18, 2016 11:42
I am searching for a zundapp K 800 or Ks750 Or BMW r16 Who sell his motorbike? Info@baier-engineering.de
Thomas Baier of Germany      Info[at]baier-engineering.de

Tue, Jun. 28, 2016 17:29
G'Day Ben, Love looking at all yer info & pictures. I have been given a Zundapp Bella in return for helping out a friend whose car died, so I gave him mine while I rest up from heart surgery. This Bella will probably take up up a good few years of my life restoring her, but I'm more than happy to take it on. There are a few parts missing as you would guess with a 1953 machine, but I will endeavour to get it back to it's original look. I will send some photos soon. Regards, Jock in SA
Frank McGrath of South Australia      fmcgrath6[at]gmail.com

Mon, Jun. 27, 2016 15:59
Red light stays on when engine running, Zundapp bella r204 it my be 200 the year 1964 kind regards warwick.
Warwick bedford of Southampton uk      Warwick.bedford[at]hotmail.co.uk

Sat, Jun. 25, 2016 8:58
Has the North American Zundapp Rally that Kevin Johnston used to hold on his farm died of benign neglect this year?
E. Daniel Ayres of Ypsilanti, MI 48197      eayres[at]comcast.net

Mon, Jun. 20, 2016 8:43
I'm looking for the English operating manual for DBK250. I just bought one from Mike Dunn and he doesn't have any documentation with the bike. Also, I have no idea what's the gas/oil ratio is for this bike. Any help greatly appreciated. Vahid
Vahid Mojarrab of Santa Fe, NM      vahid[at]wamostudio.com

Wed, Jun. 15, 2016 11:52
Looking for fuel tap for Zundapp 201s. Have spares myself for this machine, so cash or swap.
Adrian Ingham of Trowbridge, Wiltshire . UK      aajjii[at]hotmail.co.uk

Sun, Jun. 12, 2016 8:28
hi. I have a 1952 zundapp ks600 or about that model. trying to identify this motorcycle. it is a partial bike with lots of parts. I would like to find parts to complete it. would like to find where I can get parts.so far I am having problems finding what I need. I also may have extra parts to sell.please let me know what is the best way to go about this. thank you.
charlie sanford of southern calif.      fstcharlie[at]hotmail.com

Thurs, Jun. 09, 2016 9:59
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Smithb602 of       smithb6[at]gmail.com

Fri, Jun. 03, 2016 9:42
I need a ignition point set for my 1963 Trophy 250. where can I purchase one?
David Dodson of West Virginia      snoopy_dave58[at]hotmail.com

Sun, May 22, 2016 23:58
Someone was selling a sundapp dp201 , mileage is 13,000 km's, bike very clean all oringnal. What would be a price for bike like this. Thks Gus
Gus carrales of Kingsville, Tx      Gus.carrales[at]yahoo.com

Wed, May 11, 2016 8:20
While cleaning out some old files I found a CA pink slip for a 1956 250SU that was stolen from me in Sacramento in 1978 or 9. It was signed by the seller but never transferred (stolen before I could get it running) Anyone who collects this historical stuff, let me know and I'll mail it. This isn't a trick. I don't care what happened to the bike, I just know people collect this stuff.
Russ Cahill of Olympia, WA USA      woodardcreek[at]comcast.net

Fri, May 06, 2016 6:57
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Smithd484 of       smithd936[at]gmail.com

Mon, Apr. 25, 2016 7:42
Just purchased a 200 Zundapp Challenger titled as a 1958. Seller had "mistakenly" advertised as 250. I bought it anyway. Can anyone tell me the real differences between the 250 Super Sabre engine and 200S Challenger? Thank You. - Mike
Mike Baldwin of Dimondale, Michigan      oneliferedux[at]gmail.com

Mon, Apr. 04, 2016 1:0
I am very appreciat and very happy as informasi by Zundapp Fool Thank You Very Much for so all
TOTO YANIS of INDONESIA      totofun[at]yahoo.com

Tue, Mar. 29, 2016 2:2
hi James we go along way back.I am selling a 1952 ks601 restored and running nicely and reliably and a 1944 ks 750. .Needless to say only serious enquiries please . Both bikes can be viewed on visitors ikes on your site . Iam keeping one 601 as it needs a restoration .I am selling the restored one. Hope you are keeping well . Yours on a motorcycle Dr C m Kenny
Charles Kenny of ireland      zundapp601[at]gmail.com

Sun, Mar. 13, 2016 15:10
I have a 1953 ks601 with 259 miles on it the bike has not ran in 60 years I pulled the pan and cleaned the old oil out and washed the brass filter I took a oil can with a rubber hose and pushed oil up the filter tube until oil started purging out from the engine. I put it all back together with new oil I started the bike and let it idle for a few min and I still have no oil coming out the rocker arms. how do you prime the oil pump so it picks up the oil. I don't want to run it. does it have a oil port to put a oil gauge on it. cell # 440-813-2812.
Duane Pacholke of rock creek ohio      duanep1957[at]gmail.com

Thurs, Jan. 28, 2016 14:49
Hallo! Wo kann ich einen der Schalter Zündungssystem auf eine 250er Zündapp Trophy 1962. Hinsichtlich Kurt -Erik
Kurt-Erik Wessling of Örebro Sweden      k-e.wessling[at]bahnhof.se

Wed, Jan. 27, 2016 15:26
Jan. 27, 2016 23:21 Hello, I am restoring a KS601 (52 or 53)till some years. My bigger problem, now - and it's a real problem - is to find an engine. In fact, I thought it was possible to restore mine, but when I have opened it, I found inside a total destruction; such a destruction that I think it's not possible to repare it. Everything is broken or corroded and it would cost more than the price of the bike to restore it. So, I think the only thing to do is to buy another engine in a relative good quality. The problem, of course, is to find it!!! Help, help!!! walter.desert@base.be
DESERT of 6592 MONCEAU-IMBRECHIES (BELGIUM)      walter.desert[at]base.be

Sat, Jan. 16, 2016 9:51
Hello, I am just starting to restore a 1953 601. I'm going to need some parts, i am putting a list together at the moment. Question: How involved is it to purchase the piston, rods, and bearings from germany? Do they need the crank to be sent over there? Like the site and thank you for any help you can provide. Jerry
Jerry Lynch of PhiladephiA, PA      j.f.lynch[at]comcast.net

Tue, Jan. 12, 2016 15:44
Hi Ben starting to restore a601 1953? will need parts getting a list together, its a great site. Thanks Jerry
Jerry Lynch of philadelphia PA      j.f.lynch[at]comcast.net

Tue, Dec. 08, 2015 21:3
My Dad's 1956 KS601 is now with me here in Oregon and I'm hoping to get it running with help from a friend this winter. Low miles, decent condition, unaltered. I'd love to get copies of any Owner's or Repair Manuals out there, as well as a source of parts, repair information, etc. I also have many engine parts from a trashed ks601 parts motor. Heavily corroded but potetially salvageable.
John Morris of Florence, Oregon      jomomorris51[at]gmail.com

Sun, Dec. 06, 2015 5:6
very nice place. love it. i have a 1958 zundapp super sabre. 250 2 stroke. its blue. trying to locate a quart of paint. if anyone can help me please do. thanks. peter
peter rasmussen of alpena michigan      peterjohn213[at]gmail.com

Tue, Nov. 17, 2015 4:0
I have an RS 50 Zundapp that I want to restore. Can anyone help me? Thanks.
Marilyn Miller of Urbana, Ohio      dmiller013[at]woh.rr.com

Fri, Nov. 13, 2015 7:15
I purchased a ks601 many many years ago and I am finally getting back into the idea of restoring it. I am looking for an "a" frame seat, repro or original. Any help would be appreciated. I bought this bike when I was a kid and have always wanted to get it up and on the road. Thanks in advance for any help.
Janis Berzins of Indiana      jberzins[at]mccsc.edu

Tue, Nov. 03, 2015 19:32
hello I have a 1956 sport combinette zundapp moped. I was hoping someone could help me find parts.
david of california      david[at]litequest.net

Sat, Oct. 24, 2015 18:31
I can't believe I found this page. I grow up in Dayton, Ohio was around 11 , or 12 years old. My very FIRST motorcycle ride was on one of these ZUNDAPP's I fell in love with motorcycles and rode for 48 years then uncle anther sett in. Dave thank for this page again also found Bella scooter !!!!!!
Dave E. Davis of West Milton Ohio      davisdave628[at]yahoo.com

Sat, Oct. 24, 2015 6:17
ZUNDAPP DBK 250 1938 I need an engine, wheels and brakes, tank cover and cap, handelbar, seat, rear light, center stand, muflers, fork spring. I will apreciate your help to find parts. regards Michael Fontaine dima-tec@hotmail.com
Michael Fontaine of Santiago CHILE      dima-tec[at]hotmail.com

Sat, Oct. 24, 2015 5:36
I bought a Zundapp DB 250 frame tank fork and few more parts, with a projetc to rebuild it as original. I need some help to find an engine, wheels and brake, tank cover and cap, handelbar, seat, rear light, center stand muflers, fork spring. I will apreciate your help to find parts. regards Michael Fontaine
Michael Fontaine of Santiago CHILE      dima-tec[at]hotmail.com

Wed, Oct. 14, 2015 4:47
Zundapp Combinette 1958 For Sale in New Zealand... http://www.trademe.co.nz/motors/motorbikes/motorbikes/classic-vintage/auction-964555311.htm
Rick Coleman of Italy      rick[at]sp.co.nz

Wed, Oct. 07, 2015 18:1
Hi, I'm about to retrieve a ks 601 from a barn in the midwest. I believe it was running well when stored away by my dad about 30 years ago. I assume I'll need some hard to find parts at some point. Any suggestions?
John Morris of Oregon Coast      jomomorris51[at]gmail.com

Fri, Oct. 02, 2015 14:7
What a great site and a wonderful digital magazine. I owned a 1956 R 153 purchased new from Ghost Motorcycle, Port Washington, NY. Still have the Operation and Maintenance Manual. I wish I still had the scooter.
Owen Omundsen of Atlanta, GA      omundsen[at]mindspring.com

Thurs, Oct. 01, 2015 21:36
hi from greece-i have some parts from a 1951 zundapp ks-601 morcycle- if anyone is interested please contact me for more details !!!!!!!!!!
thanos of athens - greece      dornier2010[at]gmail.com

Mon, Sep. 28, 2015 14:58
need parts for 1956 moped
david of california      david[at]litequest.net

Sat, Aug. 22, 2015 18:39
I am looking for a Zundapp two stroke motocrosser, I believe it was produced from 1970-1975 it was a 125cc displacement any information, links, would help out very much.
Timothy J Warren of Spokane WA U.S.A.      wrrntm[at]gmail.com

Mon, Jul. 27, 2015 15:25
Hi there. I recently acquired a 1955 Zundapp Comfort motorcycle that seems to be complete except for the headlight bezel, grips, throttle cable and the rear rack or rear seat. I have not been able to find any information anywhere on the internet regarding this year and model and am hoping you might be able to give give me some information or send me in the right direction. I haven't yet decided if I should restore it to it's original condition or leave it as is and polish it up. I can send you some pictures if it would be helpful. I LOVE your site. The array of bikes you have out here is truly amazing! Thank you for any help you're able to give. Shelly
Shelly of Becker, MN      sbachman64[at]izoom.net

Sun, Jul. 26, 2015 9:30
Hi, are there plans for a 3rd North American Rally? I made it to number 2 and it was great, looking forward to another
Phil Mathews of CT USA      pm1920[at]earthlink.net

Mon, Jul. 20, 2015 15:13
When I was a teenager in the 1960's, I had a 1955 Zundapp 250 that my uncle gave me. The manual that came with it mentioned Elastic and Sabre, so I don't know which it was. After I went to college, my father gave it away. He wanted more garage space. So, I'm asking if you or any of your readers would have a bike like this for sale, for a (very) reasonable amount. I miss that bike a lot, and I'd love to have another one.My uncle and the guy he got it from couldn't get it to run. I took the whole engine apart, put it back together, and got it going.
Glenn Ferro of Flushing, New York      glennrferro[at]yahoo.com

Wed, Jul. 15, 2015 20:30
i'm in Portland, IN and want to connect with Zundapp club member. Dave
Dave Binnix of Atlanta, GA      gdbinnix[at]icloud.com

Sun, Jul. 12, 2015 19:30
will the zundapp meet be at portland,ind in july 17 thanks Ralph
J.R.Sparks of hernando ,ms      sparky5313[at]gmail.com

Tue, Jul. 07, 2015 13:16
very nice site. i have a 1958 super sabra. im 65 now. dad bought it fo me when i was a kid. its always been hard to start. always had to push start it. now it starts for only one half a minute. it backfires our exhaust bad. i cant fix the problem. can you help me. please. or point me to someone. please let me know. phone is 19893792719. thanks
peter rasmussen of alpena michigan      peterjohn213[at]gmail.com

Fri, May 29, 2015 8:56
My 1959 Super Sabre needs new piston rings and maybe a new piston,pin and circlips. Do you know how can I find these? Thank You, Clyde Carpenter
Clyde Carpenter of Knoxville,Tennessee      cocarpenter[at]yahoo.com

Sun, May 10, 2015 13:9
what is difference between 125 radial fin head engine and earlier type?
trev of uk      cb20095[at]yahoo.co.uk

Tue, Apr. 14, 2015 20:17
Just pulled a Zundapp out of the side of a hill. looks mostly complete. I have a lot of questions for anyone who might have some answers or at least point me in a right direction.
Chris Strayer of Nebraska      chris.strayer1[at]hotmail.com

Sat, Apr. 04, 2015 16:44
I'm looking for a place that's works on Bella engines in the US. Or where to find the torque settings for a r154.
Bill McNew of Panama City Florida      deepstimcapt[at]aol.com

Wed, Apr. 01, 2015 15:44
have a 1943 ks 750 .new to this bike .
bill kiriakidis of santa barbara ca usa      onewbk[at]aol.com

Mon, Mar. 30, 2015 6:50
Hello looking for cylinder and piston for zundapp dbk 250 someone to help me write in sollo@abv.bg
Evgeni Ionov of Sofia      sollo[at]abv.bg

Mon, Mar. 30, 2015 1:47
Hi. I am trying to set the valve timing on a K800. The chainwheels have no timing marks. Can you tell me the procedure or the valve timing in degrees. Many thanks, John
John Ring of Portsmouth England      john.ring39[at]btinternet.com

Fri, Mar. 20, 2015 7:17
I am working on a 250cc Super Sabre. I need a parts manual for a 1963 250SU, or at least the pages showing the rear wheel sprocket arrangement and parts list. It needs to show the type that has the cast sprocket that mounts on three large round lugs on the wheel. Thanks
Randy Greer of New Philadelphia, Ohio      r1100gk[at]aol.com

Mon, Mar. 09, 2015 13:19
Looking for a correct headlamp/speedometer assembly for a 1936 KS500. Small speedo that spins like the old bathroom scales. Need to to complete an accurate restoration.
steve alexander of United States      steveale[at]gmail.com

Sat, Mar. 07, 2015 19:37
I would like to know if anyone has a 1973 zundapp mc 125 motocross for sale any condition would be considered 239-450-2567 any leads are appreciated
Robin Shrock of naples fl 34109      naplesbodyfender[at]Gmail.com

Wed, Mar. 04, 2015 1:0
brought container of old dutch man have half emptyed think there are 7 to 8 zundapp oldest 1928 z300 4 5oo -800 frame 1937 ,1 elastic 250,1 250 S , 1 Type 422 1956 mope head.Going to empty container this weekend so will no more then. All in parts to get to nz only way you could do it in 1960s.any idea of value of Z300 please.Also got whole lot of manuals. regards mike
mike long of new zealand      gsmanbmw[at]gmail.com

Sat, Feb. 21, 2015 5:49
Hey Fool, I have a 1962 250 Sabre and I am looking for someone to restore it. The bike was my dad's and we have had it since he bought it new. Any help would be great, thanks!! Rob Baley rbaley@gmail.com
Rob of Houston, Texas      rbaley[at]gmail.com

Wed, Feb. 11, 2015 10:19
I have zundapp db234(normaluxus) 1955.difficult to be able part original, and expensive. the last I use purworejo to bali island, not problem... I to need link part original and cheap.. Motor Antique Club Indonesia. Thanks...
latif of Indonesia      nuryadinlatif[at]yahoo.co.id

Thurs, Feb. 05, 2015 14:5
hi from nz ,I am rep for local bmw motorbike club.I recently meet an old dutchman owner of an antique shop when on a ride on my bmw 1992 r100r .We get talking about bikes and he tells me he has a bunch of zundapp pre war bikes and shows me a picture of k800 .I say wow thats like a bmw on steriods.He tells me they are in container at his sons petrol station.I are going to have a look at them soon.Hes talking $nz 15000 . Does anybody make or can supply parts for this model do you no?I do not want a bike i cannot get running and ride . regards mike
michael long of new zealand      gsmanbmw[at]gmail.com

Sat, Jan. 31, 2015 11:37
I am restoring a 1960 Zundapp 250S Super Sabre. Many parts are missing; I would appreciate making contacts with those who have spare bits.
Stan Owen of Nappanee, IN      framesteer[at]embarqmail.com

Fri, Jan. 30, 2015 19:15
will the zundapp meet be at portland ,in this summer july 17 ,2015 to july 21 ,2015 ? thanks Ralph
Ralph Sparks of eudora ,ms      sparky5313[at]gmail.com

Tue, Jan. 27, 2015 20:17
I am in process of restoring a 1972 GS125. I am in need of a shop manual that covers the engine rebuild, a parts manual and any possible sources for purchasing parts RE: pistons rings bearings etc. Any leads toward acquisition of these is greatly appreciated. Thanks, James
James Lafler of United States      jpl777[at]bajabb.com

Wed, Jan. 21, 2015 5:29
I restaurate a zundapp ks601 sport, but how can I remove the rear shocks?? I hope somebody can help me. Greats, Stefan
Stefan of The Netherlands      stefan_dewit92[at]hotmail.com

Thurs, Dec. 04, 2014 20:23
for all zundappfans1 i wish Mary Christmas and a happy you year!
thelen of germany      gilbertthelen[at]kabelmail.de

Thurs, Nov. 27, 2014 14:43
Hi James, I've sent you a couple emails regarding a few parts that I'd like to buy from you. I'm trying to get a 1952 KS601 back on the road. I'd appreciate it if you can get back to me. Kind regards, E.
Esteban of San José, Costa Rica      estebanzorrilla[at]gmail.com

Thurs, Nov. 20, 2014 13:45
Dear Zündapp fool and fellow Enthusiasts.My Name is Thomas and I live in Nova Scotia Canada.My first motorcycle was a1967 50cc Zündapp Sport Kombinette.This Moped was as though as nails.It had a shroud around the cylinder which was used to force air arround it by a fan driven on the side if the Engine. The main reason I am writing you is to ask you for help in Identifying the make and model of my grandfathers motorcycle.I believe its a Zündapp KS600. My grandfather was a Master Mechanic in Germany. And it looks to me as If he customized the Bike. If I email you the pic.would you be able to identify it.? Thanks alot.Thomas Great website BTW
Thomas Seidel of Nova Scotia Canada      nsu_prinz1[at]yahoo.ca

Sat, Nov. 08, 2014 18:53
Hi, I believe you had a new old stock Hercules fender for sale at the rally this summer at Kevin's. Wondering if you still had it price and condition. I am doing a black show bike so need a good original black rear. Thanks Charlie
Charlie Wade of Heath, Ohio      cswade418[at]gmail.com

Wed, Oct. 29, 2014 11:9
Trying to find type of engine oil, spark plug for 1957 200S. Any help would be appreciated.
V dorsey of California, USA      shadyoaks283[at]yahoo.com

Thurs, Oct. 23, 2014 7:30
Which way do you turn the Air Lever on the handlebar to enrich the mixture to help start my 1959 Zundapp Super Sabre ? Thank You
Clyde Carpenter of Knoxville, Tennessee USA      cocarpenter[at]yahoo.com

Sat, Oct. 11, 2014 18:58
I used own 1968 Zundapp 100 and would like to find another one. Thanks Ray 817-980-3197 cell number
Ray Decker of fort worth tx 76108      raydecker53[at]gmail.com

Sun, Sep. 28, 2014 4:59
I would like to know what the KS, in KS 601 actually describes, does Kardan mean shaft ? and the S mean sport?,, I had a KS 601 many years ago and did not know much about it. i would also like to know if it is possible to find a Zundapp for sale in any condition.Thanks in advance any information you may have, Dick Masin
Dick Main of South Carolina      richardmainsc[at]aol.com

Sat, Sep. 20, 2014 4:57
Hi, a week ago i bought a Zündapp DB203 Comfort. Now I want to copare the motornumber with the framenumber, but I can't find the framenumber. Can someone tell me where the framenumber is stamped in? Thanks Tom
Tom of Belgium      tom28broeckx[at]hotmail.com

Sat, Sep. 13, 2014 19:30
I have a Zundapp 200s of 1957. Is almost new. I wish to send pictures.
Nestor Trujillo of Jovellanos, Matanzas, Cuba      rotsen279[at]gmail.com

Tue, Sep. 09, 2014 10:58
Just discovered/bought a 1936 KS500 that had been in storage for ~48 years. Family member disassembled and botched the frame paint refinish. I have all of the parts except for the left manifold tube. Will be needing one of those. My plans are to restore it but might consider selling for the right offer. I have the german customs manifest showing the bike being exported to the USA in 1965. The family's father/mother owned the bike from the mid-1950's. I purchased it from the son.
steve alexander of Ball Ground, GA      steveale[at]gmail.com

Sat, Aug. 30, 2014 8:17
Looking for a wiring diagram and a fuel cock for a 1972 Zundapp KS50
Mike of Cape Town South Africa      mikeclark[at]polka.co.za

Wed, Aug. 13, 2014 10:2
We had a Janus on Oahu in the early sixties and we drove it up Waimea Canyon before the road existed. Got stuck - got out and picked it up and moved it over.
Steven Hartman of Modesto, California      hartman_99[at]msn.com

Sat, Jun. 21, 2014 22:48

HI BEN I' contacted you by email I sent you a question regarding some parts that I need please reply back to me . Under this email macblattler10@gmail.com please very important

 

Sorry Emanuel, but we've never heard of you before by name or by email address. Neither at this address or at Ben's address. All I can suggest is for you to re-submit.
The Fool


Emanuel of Miami Florida      Macblattler10[at]gmail.com

Wed, Jun. 11, 2014 7:7
Any idea of value on a 1953 Comfort with chrome tank needing restoration?
Dan Wolbert of Cleveland, Ohio USA      sales[at]savagepress.com

Tue, Jun. 10, 2014 6:46
Hi, What´s the best engine oil for a Zundapp K500? Thanks! Yeppe
Yeppe of Europe      p.wessman[at]gmail.com

Sat, Jun. 07, 2014 18:36
I am thinking about selling my 1937 DB200. It is disassembled but complete original condition. Photos on request. Please contact me if you are interested. Thanks Manny
Manuel Granado of Harker Heights, TX      manny_granado[at]hotmail.com

Fri, May 23, 2014 21:58
Well i guess i'm another fool i'm restoring my 1951 zündapp DB201 here in miami
Emanuel of Miami florida      Macblattler10[at]gmail.com

Fri, Apr. 25, 2014 13:37
Hi, I`m looking to buy ignition coil and engine top cover for Zundapp KS600.
Konstantin of Bulgaria      warna[at]abv.bg

Thurs, Apr. 03, 2014 18:16
I am looking to buy Zundapp KS 750. Thanks.
John Allan of Mooresville, NC      John.allan[at]HMA.com

Thurs, Apr. 03, 2014 6:9
Hello, I have zundapp k800w in parts and and I would like to exchange(only, not sale) for a Polish motorcycle Sokol :) greetings poul ps230879[at]gmail.com
poul of europ poland      ps230879[at]gmail.com

Tue, Apr. 01, 2014 22:3
Zundapp janus barn find for sale. Make offer. Contact for pics and info. Thank you Dustin
dustin of california      dmassingill0501[at]gmail.com

Mon, Mar. 31, 2014 21:29
My friends father died. And going through the boxes we found A big zundapp fuel tank in good condition.. Would like to sell it
Byron of longbeach ca      warlrdbyron[at]yahoo.com

Sun, Mar. 30, 2014 13:30
Thanks for the info on this site - leider ist es sehr schwer für KS 601 diverse Ersatzteile zu bekommen.SUCHE dringend Vorderrad KS 601-BJ 52. Zündappfreunde - best regard -
Kurt Fischer of Germany      fischi200[at]hotmail.com

Fri, Mar. 28, 2014 14:57
I have 2 zundapps a db 201 from 1950 and a db202 from 1953 I am looking for tires R19 but very dificult to find can you help. thanks
Eduardo Roesch of Antigua Guatemala, Central America      erdv61[at]gmail.com

Fri, Mar. 28, 2014 14:57
I have 2 zundapps a db 201 from 1950 and a db202 from 1953 I am looking for tires R19 but very dificult to find can you help. thanks
Eduardo Roesch of Antigua Guatemala, Central America      erdv61[at]gmail.com

Mon, Mar. 24, 2014 13:29
I am looking for a gear box for a KS600 With kind regards, Jac de Bruijn
Jac de Bruijn of Riel, The Netherlands      jlwndebruijn[at]home.nl

Fri, Mar. 21, 2014 13:16
1938 DBK 250 benötigte Teile; Tank Abdeckung, hintere Kotflügel, in der Mitte stand, Schaltung und Tor und hinten Bremse arm, keine Informationen erhalten Sie per e-mail. Gruß, Mark
Mark Crellin of Vancouver, Canada      mcrellin[at]allnorth.com

Fri, Mar. 21, 2014 9:45
1938 DBK 250 parts needed; tank cover, rear fender, center stand, hand shifter and gate, and rear brake arm, any information please email. Regards, Mark
Mark Crellin of Vancouver, Canada      mcrellin[at]allnorth.com

Sun, Mar. 09, 2014 7:13
Hello, my name is Tsvyatko Govedarski and I'm from Bulgaria. I have engine, gearbox, drive shaft, Amal carburettor and main drive for Zundapp KS 600. I want to sell these things and I want to ask you if you're interested. If you are interested, you can give me an email to send you pictures! Sincerely T. Govedarski.
Tsvyatko Govedarski of Bulgaria      tsvyatkogovedarski[at]gmail.com

Fri, Mar. 07, 2014 10:36
I'm Looking at what is described as a Zundapp 200S 1957. I'm not sure the model designation is correct. Any resources for authentication of it, photos to guide me in restoration? Thanks
John McKeel of United States      johnrmckeel[at]gmail.com

Thurs, Mar. 06, 2014 7:34
Great job on the Z-Fool website. Your link to VIN info. helped me with the question for, 555120, KS601 Elastic 1957. Thank You for gathering the folks,photos and links. Lloyd Elmer
Lloyd Elmer of MI      lanjelmer[at]att.net

Tue, Mar. 04, 2014 13:40
Hi folks looking to purchase 54 or 55 Suburbante. Or late 50,s Combinette. Hopefully running condition am retired & looking for some of my old memories Thanks, Hans e-mail pophedmg52@aol.com
Hans J Hassinger of Albrightsville, Pa 18210      pophedmg52[at]aol.com

Fri, Feb. 28, 2014 5:55
im restauretion the zündapp-db200 build in 1951. the best motocycle and build for ewer!
thelen of wallerfangen (germany)      gilbertthelen[at]kabelmail.de

Sat, Dec. 28, 2013 18:25
My father in law has a 1958 januce in one o f the out buildings and says all the components there. I'm looking for a parts source to fix or replace things as I need them. Need help or offers. Thank you
dustin of santa rosa california      dmassingill0501[at]gmail.com

Sat, Dec. 28, 2013 11:53
I was looking at your meeting and i see à picture of à 1973 orange watercooler 50 cc. I have à comment about that machine. THE front suspencion of that machine is fit THE wrong way. THE Fender must be fit with THE 2 screws to direction exhaust It is now THE otter way So de suspencion leg on THE left must go to THE right and THE right one should go to THE left If you likje i can wend you à picture Keep up THE good work
René Huybers of Netherlands      Renehuybers[at]hotmail.com

Sun, Dec. 15, 2013 12:42
Hi Just been looking at the poictures of your event looks like it was a great day. My friend Jerry from Detroit was there with his Scooter and won a prize I believe. Its great to see these great machines back in business. Keep it rolling
martin jackson of Plymouth England      martin.jackson[at]dchgroup.com

Wed, Dec. 11, 2013 16:3
lookig for 1968 zundapp 100 scamber
kelly lillard of cleburne texas      ktmkelly05[at]gmail.com

Tue, Dec. 10, 2013 13:50
For all fans of the ks 601 www.zuendapp-ks601-club.de Usefull imformation but only in German. Kind regards to all Heinz
Heinz Leben of Germany      Hleben(at)web.de

Sun, Dec. 08, 2013 11:6
Hi, I have a post-war KS601 which I would to identify the year. Is there an ID number somewhere on the bike? I plan to sell, it's missing a few parts and was kept inside away from the weather. Thanks, Joe
Joe of Montreal, Quebec, Canada      joespilak[at]gmail.com

Tue, Nov. 26, 2013 21:8
I am proud owner of a 1953 KS601. It was purchased by someone for the Steib 500 sidecar. Once removed they wanted to sell it off. I bought the bike and will be starting the restoration. It was brought to Canada by someone who was going to ride it across Canada and down through the USA, but money ran out and they flew back to Europe. I have all the original papers and books. Thank you so much for this site it is wonderful to have people with experience. I plan to remove the motor and bring it to the Arctic to work on it and restore it. Thank you again JIM
Jim Wilson of Iqaluit, Nunavut, Canada      jimwilson[at]bearbusters.ca

Sat, Nov. 23, 2013 12:8
Hello! I owned a 58 Citation with the "Earls Fork" option. I am interested in finding another one for purchase. It is best to contact me by phone 520.529.1473 Any information you can provide me would be much appreciated.
Tom Wulff of Tucson Arizona      None

Sat, Nov. 23, 2013 4:35
hi, i am glad to have 2 zuendapps. one is a 201s and the other a ks 80. both are in wonderful condition. have you any experience how to ship them from germany to florida? thanks for answer. regards, klaus-juergen
klaus-juergen langer of melbourne beach/fl and hamburg/germany      kjhlanger[at]aol.com

Thurs, Nov. 21, 2013 14:51
Do you have e mail adres Kevin Johnson. I wil vissit USA september 2014 for Zündapp meeting. Greethings Leon.
leon vlasveld of Holland      leonvlasveld[at]hotmail.com

Thurs, Nov. 21, 2013 10:53
Hi I have a 1958 Zundapp Falconette that is missing the head and piston and left side cover..Any help about where a guy could go about finding these parts,...Thanks...Glenn 503 3126915...USA
GLENN SEGAL of portland,oregon      forestglen54[at]hotmail.com

Tue, Nov. 19, 2013 8:23
I sold my Zundapp 750 with sidecar in 2005/2006 to someone in Columbus, Ohio. I have found keys that the owner should have, but do not remember his name. Any help in locating this individual would be appreciated.
Carl Schmidt of Sandia, Texas      sbs080412[at]aol.com

Thurs, Nov. 07, 2013 16:33
My brother bay a black zundapp 250cc in year of 1972 and hi go like hell It still exists today but in another's hands, but I know who owns it if anyone is interested.
Thomas of Sweden     

Sun, Nov. 03, 2013 11:48
Dear sir, my question is aboyt my ks 600(5160008).how does the gearbox seal the oil from the clutch?there is so sealing and there is an opening on the plate facing the clutch.is there anything miising? thank you in advance George
PAPADIMITROPOULOS GEORGE of LOYTRAKI GREECE      giohd45[at]teemail.gr

Sat, Nov. 02, 2013 16:52
I have just bought a 1959 super sabre that has been in storage since 1962.I see parts are hard to find. I need mostly soft parts like seals and gaskets. Is this stuff available or do I have to make and match things up?
Dave Wiersma of az      dfwiersma[at]yahoo.com

Thurs, Oct. 17, 2013 19:26
To the member who was having trouble with his Bella running for only. A short time then would not restart. I had a bike where the air filter was completely Blocked and would not allow the engine to continue running. FYI
John Butcher of Columbus,Ohio      jbutche8[at]gmail.com

Mon, Oct. 14, 2013 22:34
Hiya, I have scans of the Operators Manual for the Zundapp Combinette model 423 (engine type 258, year 56-58 if you would like to post them on your website? They have come in very handy for my restoration project and thought other enthusiasts might like to see them too. Cheers, Allan.
Jacqueline Allen of New Zealand      jacquiallen29[at]yahoo.co.uk

Tue, Oct. 08, 2013 14:15
Hello James,not emailed,spoken for a while! alas my 601 now resides in Bulgaria! brought by a small english man in his mid seventies with a woman half his age(not sure if she was his wife or not! )a few months ago came upon a treasure den of a least 6 super sabre's or Trophy to us europeans lots of new spares still in Zundapp wrappings .i brought 3 bikes which are now being restored by differant owners. so will post some photo's when all are up and running,which leads me to your Zundapp(treffen)meeting a great meeting considering how far people have to travel great pictures,interesting reading.many thanks Bernie of www.berniesbikeshed.wordpress.com and the UK 'Adler to Zundapp' club England
Bernie Stevens of West Sussex, England      berniefstevens[at]hotmail.com

Mon, Sep. 30, 2013 12:29
Hello, I'm the one with the Elastic on eBay. It turns out there was an entire box of parts that I did not photograph for the original ad. So I took some pix and updated the ad. The cylinders, some electronics, and other engine parts are shown. Still no fenders, handlebars, or headlight assembly though. Also, there is a better picture of the data plate. It is VIN# 555234. To view my ad on eBay, please go to the eBay website at eBay.com and enter item number 321216492991 in the search box at the top of the eBay home page.
Mike Jordan of Atlanta, GA      mpjordanpe[at]gmail.com

Mon, Sep. 30, 2013 1:14
Q. Dear James, A follow up contact. Currently a '57 KS 601 Elastic is on ebay USA. Have you seen it? I may bid to win, but if you have an opinion on getting the remaining parts it needs etc I'd appreciate it. ie no front guard may be a vital as also the ignition and electrics. Any idea what it's really worth as I need to allow another 2grand to get it here in Brisbane? Hope you can help and that all is good with your own wonderful Elastic. Regards, Ken
Ken Moncrieff of Brisbane Qld. Australia      openvu1[at]optusnet.com.au

Fri, Sep. 27, 2013 7:11
Hello I have a Zundapp KS601 Elastic for sale on eBay. Before you get too excited, it is not complete. It was taken apart long before I acquired it and some parts are missing. Check it out if you are interested. The auction will be done 10/5/2013. http://www.ebay.com/sch/Motorcycles-/6024/i.html?_from=R40&_nkw=zundapp+ks601&_vxp=mtr
Mike Jordan of Atlanta, GA, USA      mpjordape[at]gmail.com

Fri, Sep. 20, 2013 12:23
HI. I am brazilian enthusiast of Zündapp motorcycle. I owner of restauration shop in my city. Actualy my work is in four Zündapp ( K500,KS500 and 2 K800) to below to my friend Carlos. And another 3 mine: one DB200 and 2 DBK250. Best regards to you and your site. Alberto Rech alb.rech@terra.com.br
Alberto Rech of Caxias do Sul-Rio Grande do Sul-Brasil      alb.rech[at]terra.com.br

Wed, Sep. 18, 2013 17:45
hi I have a 1951 zundapp db201 cc for sale $3500 start but need restoration , very original
Daniel Nogue of Boynton beach fl      garrdanny[at]yahoo.com

Sun, Sep. 15, 2013 9:7
Hello To All, Iam an Australian who lives in Switzerland and have fallen in love with Zündapps, at the moment iam restoring a DB201 from 1951. This is a fantastic web site and thanks to all who make this web site possible and if there is any way i can help please let me know, keep up the great work. Regards Dave
David Burner of Switzerland      willkommen[at]rhyweg4.ch

Sat, Sep. 14, 2013 1:21
Thanks for the info on this site. It even has a spare parts manual for my bike, a 1954 250 Elastic. Similar to the 250 Sabre I believe? Does anyone know what happened to all the Zündapp parts at Domiracer? They had a great range of spares, it would be a shame for them to disappear. Cheers, John.
John of Melbourne Australia      verbakel[at]bigpond.net.au

Thurs, Aug. 29, 2013 3:31
I have the details of the bike ZUNDAPP DBK 250, ZUNDAPP DB 250. If interested, please contact me, what parts are needed. Need parts BMW,ZUNDAPP, DKW motorcycles? E-mail me. starkstudia@gmail.com I am looking for a fuel tank BMW R 71. The fuel tanks of motorcycles Dnepr and M72 do not offer please. I wish you all good luck, Paul Stark.
Stark of ukraine      starkstudia[at]gmail.com

Mon, Aug. 26, 2013 19:21
I have Zundapp parts I would like to sell. How do I go about that? Thanks Al
Albert Kuehne of new york state      arty678[at]hotmail.com

Mon, Aug. 19, 2013 15:23
have orginal 1959 super sabre owned since new 99% complete did a poor job restoring in 1980 has not been run since 1982 would like to have it restored
matthew j crane of winder ga      epatriot[at]windstream.net

Sun, Aug. 18, 2013 10:5
Comment: thank you for this site. Great to have all this info in one place. Question: I have what I believe is a 1955 Norma Luxus db234. However - every site I see has the single seat with the rack over the rear fender. Mine looks just like that with the exception of two things: 1) it has a buddy seat that extends over the rear fender and bolts to a piece of metal that comes from shock and up and over the fender, and 2) it has more curved handle bars than straight like the pictures i see online. Can someone tell me if there was an option to have the buddy seat in 1955 and different handlebars? I like the single seat and will remove the one I have if it isn't original but don't want to change it up if it came like this in 1955. Maybe this was just a rare option. Thanks.
Derek Ehrhardt of Columbus Ohio      derek_ehrhardt[at]hotmail.com

Tue, Aug. 13, 2013 11:27
I forwarded you my ad on Craigslist for some Zundapp Motorcycle Parts in case you are interested. Thanks! Jack (805) 551-4982 Please don't text me.
Jack Faria of Simi Valley, CA      jacksvintagecycleparts[at]msn.com

Mon, Aug. 12, 2013 22:19
Hi there, i'm not sure if anybody could help but am looking for the value of a 1969 zundapp moped, it is a 50 cc and has 300 miles on the clock, may need some work, but definately in good condition for its age! I am looking to sell it and have no idea at the value of these bikes. thanks a lot! Mike
Mike of south africa      Mike[at]datafinity.co.za

Sat, Aug. 10, 2013 15:14

Bought a Zundapp motor at a moving sale this morning. Dont know nothing about them so I found you. Believe its a 1972 says 150 DIN sn is 4637629. typ 285 15. Reply and I can send pictures if you are interested. Thanks, Bob xxx.xxx.xxxx.

[Bob, it isn't ever a good idea to post your phone number on an open forum. Send me some photos to n2deep@zundappfool.com and I will see if I can identify it for you. 1972 is normally out of my range of study.]


bob cornett of atlanta ga      irjrc[at]yahoo.com

Sat, Aug. 10, 2013 15:8
Bought a zundapp motor at a moving sale this week. Didnt know nothing about it so I found you. Believe its a 1972 type 285 15 says 150 DIN on the plate SN is 4637629. If you will email me with a little info I will send you pictures. Thanks, Bob
bob cornett of atlanta ga      irjrc[at]yahoo.com

Wed, Aug. 07, 2013 11:2
I rode a 250 S in the 9th and 10th grade in high school. Do you have photos for sale? I live near Tyler, TX. Thanks.
Dana W. Adams of United States      adamscs2010[at]gmail.com

Mon, Jul. 29, 2013 18:44
There is a lot of good stuff going on your website fool. Thank you for being here when there is no one else to represent these machines. I have recently acquired 1952 Zundapp KS 601 frame with front and rear suspension, that came with a few boxes of other parts, from a motorcycle junk yard. Believe it or not, the frame is very well preserved and the front end looks marvelous. I would really like to restore this "Beast", and enjoy, but parts are really hard to find. You seem to be one of only three people I can find on the net, two of them are Germany. I look for parts daily to see what you have on hand, and look forward to a few transactions in the future. Take It Easy, Gaza Guenther Duna
Gaza Duna of Crystal, Minnesota, United States of America      Seeker0131[at]comcast.net

Fri, Jul. 19, 2013 13:49
Hej! Vi har en fin Zundapp 250Tropy 1962 som behöver en ny orginal ljuddämpare. Var kan det finnas en sådan att Köpa? Mvh Kurt/
Kurt-Erik Wessling of Örebro Sverige      k-e.wessling[at]telia.com

Thurs, Jul. 18, 2013 13:10
I used to own a 1957 Black Challenger with gold pinstripes Boy do I miss this bike Bought it new for$890
Michael W Robinson of United States      jmrobinson[at]psci.net

Tue, Jul. 16, 2013 13:16
JIM I SPOKE TO YOU AT DAVENPORT IA LAST YEAR ABOUT A ZUNDAPP CITATION I OWN. I AM THINKING ABOUT SELLING IT AND IT NEEDS TO GO TO SOME ONE WHO CAN RESTORE AND LOVE IT. IT HAS GOOD COMPRESSION AND WITH MINOR TLC WILL RUN. IT HAS A NEBRASKA TITLE. LAST RAN 25 YEARS AGO. IT WILL NEED COMPLETE RESTORATION . LOOKING FOR A FAIR PRICE . BOB SMITH
BOB SMITH of SYCAMORE IL 60158      mollycycles[at]gmail.com

Sun, Jul. 07, 2013 13:10
I have bartered myself into a 1958 Zundapp Citation.It came with 2 more incomplete Horex Twins(all engines appear alike).It also came with a NOS front fender and a box from FMC.I would be willing to trade some parts for what I'm missing.I also have a very nice Bella,totally outfitted as a shriner bike I would like to sell. Thanks Stan Lynde 79 Flat St Brattleboro,Vermont
Stan Lynde of Brattleboro,Vermont      lyndemotorsports[at]yahoo.com

Sun, Jul. 07, 2013 6:16
It's nice to see some Zundapp stuff. My first and second bikes were 1952 and 1953 Zundapp Comfort 200's (already pretty worn out when I got them). Finding parts in those days (early 1960s) was next to impossible. A 16 year old kid dealing with "Berliner"..... Nonetheless, great memories are evoked from your site. Thanks! Jay
Jay Stevens of N.E. Pennsylvania      jgsteve[at]epix.net

Fri, Jul. 05, 2013 17:28
Have all original 39 Zundapp and need help getting it repaired. Do not think to much is wrong. Would like someone knowledgeable about Zundapps and lcated in Texas. Can you help? Would like to get it running for the September Ralley in Ohio. Thanks, Wayne Best
Wayne Best of Buffalo Tx      wayne.best1[at]gmail.com

Tue, Jun. 25, 2013 20:45
How goes it? I am selling a 1936 Zundapp Front forks and front fender. I have it listed on e-bay. It is in real solid condition. I also have a 1936 Zundapp K500 all in pieces in a box. Do you have any material I could use to guide me in its restoration? Thanks Chris La Mesa, Ca lefevrear@yahoo.com
Chris LeFevre of San Diege , Ca      lefevrear[at]yahoo.com

Mon, Jun. 10, 2013 13:36
looking for zundapp 100cc scrambles with paper. regards luca
luca borromeo of Italia      luca.borromeo[at]libero.it

Mon, Jun. 10, 2013 13:23
I sent a picture of my 1939 Zundapp DBK250 to post on your site. Did you receive it?
Ken Hon of Beecher, Il.      kennethhon[at]comcast.net

Sun, Jun. 09, 2013 13:41
Hello! I see you on Bella Treffen in Vulkaneifel, you have nice Zündapps! Greatings from Zümdapp- Team Mühlbach Frank Braun!
Frank Braun of       Frandosa[at]web.de

Fri, Jun. 07, 2013 7:24
I have been trying to purchase the KS601EL Short Sleeve T shirt but having no luck with your website. Nothing to click on to purchase. Al
Albert Schneider of Independence OH, USA      schneideral[at]msn.com

Mon, May 27, 2013 5:19
Mooie site goed en over zichtelijk zal er veel gebruik van maken ivm zoeken onderdelen en gegevens.I Have a Zundapp DBK 200 bj 1937.thank You
tino of nederlands      tlapkowski[at]hetnet.nl

Thurs, May 16, 2013 15:31
Thanks for the links ,I went to them and found a similar Zündapp KS 50 Super Sport as mine :http://entvkuil.home.xs4all.nl/Site/Fotos_zundapp.html The radial head & square tank and even the golden badge is shown on the photo's. The Kreidler Floret was also available here & also very quick ,compared to Japepanese 50's at the late 60's .
Hanko Hattingh of South Africa      hankohat[at]yahoo.com

Thurs, May 16, 2013 14:56
The photo of the KS 175 on your page is actually a 50cc - KS 50; 1968;1969;1970 . I had one, the headfins radiated around the head,the physical outside was bigger than a Yamaha 180 cc of 70's. It did a true speed of 72mph (gatsometer),lying down on the tank. A golden badge was on the steering ,stating that it held 8 world speed land records for 50 cc's . Mine had a chrome barrel with pits(small holes)in it ,single ring, 5-speed ,19" front & 18" backwheel. The cost in South Africa in '69 was R320.00, Honda Fury & Susuki AS 50 cost R 240.00 ,That time $1 = R1 (today our money are worth nothing $1 = R10). A Zündapp KS 125 held its own against a Yamaha RD 350 in 1972. Regards, Hanko.
Hanko Hattingh of South Africa      hankohat[at]yahoo.com

Wed, May 15, 2013 13:49
Como se instalan las baterías de la motoneta zundapp 1958, el positivo a tierra o el negativo a tierra ATENTO A SUS COMENTARIO GRACIAS
carlos castro t of santiago de chile      ccastro[at]tdata.cl

Thurs, May 09, 2013 4:41
I used to own a 1965 ks50 when I was a 16 year old. Just looked at a video of a gentleman with exactly the same bike. brings back memories. I still have a small calender at home with different models on every page from those days. Maybe i should scan it en let your forum have it if you are interested. I still ride motorcycles. i do have a restored 1976 Suzuki gt750 which i love riding. In south Africa we only had the small two stroke model available. i so remember the last ones were watercooled models. Our big opposition those days were the Kreidlers and the DKW's, all very fast bikes. Happy riding and restoring to you all. Eugene
Eugene van Niekerk of Capetown South Africa      twostrokegt[at]gmail.com

Mon, Apr. 29, 2013 5:21
I have a zundapp 100cc scrambler 1969 in fantastic condition Anyone interested, these machines are pretty rare..
Tony Glasson of Australia      Dodgeyone[at]dodo.co.au

Sun, Apr. 28, 2013 19:5
I've have some zundapp carb parts that came in a box of scooter parts I bought. Bing carb 18/17/4 and 18/17/3. They are the dual(duplex) style carbs. For a comfort or db200,elastic? The carbs are just bodys. No parts in them. Some other parts for the carbs in the box. 3 slides, floats, couple needles, Bango bolts etc. Not complete carbs but the carb bodys themselves are in excellent condition. I'd like to sell them. Email me for photos if you're interested. I don't know anything about zundapp. So I don't know much about the carbs. Just posting here if I could find them a home. Thanks Justin. In Chicagoland.
Justin of Chicago Illinois      Ratpoop123[at]hotmail.com

Sat, Apr. 27, 2013 20:6
Zündapp KS 750 blueprint find
zz of usa      ghilad[at]hotmail.com

Thurs, Apr. 25, 2013 15:40
have a vintage moto no info, opposed twin #tp18-kr4650 thought it may be a zundapp ?
b d chawner of utah      bdchawner[at]yahoo.com

Tue, Apr. 16, 2013 9:21
Have 39 zundapp which is in good shape but will not start. Would like to have someone look at it.
Wayne Best of buffalo, tx.      wayne.best1[at]gmail.com

Fri, Apr. 12, 2013 9:10
Also, anyone in the Chicago area that know how to work on the old Zundapps in case I need assistance? Any fellow enthusiasts are welcome to email me kennethhon@comcast.net
Kenneth Hon of United States      kennethhon[at]comcast.net

Fri, Apr. 12, 2013 9:7
Are there any 1939 Zundapp DBK250 parts books or other helpful information out there in English?
Kenneth Hon of United States      kennethhon[at]comcast.net

Fri, Mar. 29, 2013 18:50
i have a 1953 2-stroke that i need to find parts for. it has a bad piston and rings and looks like the crank is has damage from it spinning the main bearing. i really love this bike if anyone can help with any info on where to find parts would be great.
tom dhuse of il      gryfox54[at]omcast.net

Mon, Mar. 25, 2013 7:37
If someone are interrested, i have some needlecages for K500 fore sale at 140 euros a piece. Send me a mail and you will get some photos and further details.
Finn Kristensen of Fredericia. denmark      fikri[at]live.dk

Sat, Mar. 23, 2013 11:49
Hi James, I haven't spoke with you since mid-ohio 2 years ago. I just picked up a Combinette, mostly complete, but missing the motor, chainguard and exhaust. It's pretty cool, but I can't find much info as to year, etc. All I have to go on is the body styling and a number stamped on the frame (Z49397A). Any idea? Also, do you have any idea on where to find the remaining parts? Are you going to the Zundapp rally in September? I plan on being there with at least 2 KS601s, Bella, DB200, and this Combinette. It looks like fun! Paul from Perry Cycle
Paul Mayer of Perry NY      pkmay3[at]gmail.com

Sat, Mar. 23, 2013 6:49
I truly loved my Super Sabre 250cc Zundap. My Dad gave me surprise give......... Only thing I didn't like was the ring a ding ding muffler sound. LOL. Dave
Dave Johnsen of Alexandria, VA 22304-2846      davejohnsen[at]comcast.net

Sun, Mar. 17, 2013 10:34
looking for a wireing diagram for a 1962 zundapp ks50
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Wed, Feb. 20, 2013 11:41
does a zundapp 201 1956 have two 6volt batterys that fit in the compartment by your knees and can you get a cover for the compartment
roger begg of bournemouth hampshire england      rogerbegg[at]gmail.com

Sun, Feb. 17, 2013 11:58
Hi James! Nice website, did'nt know Zündapps where sold in the U.S.
Lejf Diecks of Kiel, Germany     

Sun, Feb. 17, 2013 4:31
Lovely motorbike collection! Here in China we haven't many old foreign motorbikes but enough old Chinese motorbikes (many with sidecar) and bicycles to keep busy. My personal hobby is restoring old bikes such as Forever (Shanghai) and Phoenix (Beijing) bicycles for which there is a market (fortunate as I have not much space and a wife & daughter with clothes). Enjoy your addiction!
ko of Shanghai, China      write2ko[at]yahoo.com

Thurs, Jan. 31, 2013 23:2
New to your web site, just got a 1958 Bella 203. Looking forward to string.
John Butcher of Columbus, Ohio      Jbutche8[at]gmail.com

Sun, Jan. 20, 2013 17:17
A large number of owners ZUndapps model KS 601 from 1950 to 1957 has problems with gasifiers (carbs). We need to find a coach that can recover turner toolmaker originally carburadors Bing 1/25/1, 1/25/2, 1/15/3 and 1/25/4, as well as a technical expert in foundries antimony or aluminum alloy low melting. About qualify, please tell us, or himself ZündappFool can sell these carbs at an affordable price to all owners who have these problems. In Germany there is no one to provide parts for Bing carburetors motorcycle Zündapp with 4-stroke engines.
Glaico Gobbo of Ponta Grossa - Paraná - BRASIL      glaico[at]gmail.com

Thurs, Jan. 17, 2013 12:28

I am considering buying a 100% complete but unrestored 1957 Zundapp Bella R153. The body is straight but needs a lot of body work. The engine has good compression and appears complete.. The owner is asking $1600 - which seems high to me. I have restored 6 Vespas and Lambrettas but I have no experience with a Zundapp. I am a restorer not a collector so I sell every thing I restore. I do not lose money on my projects so I need some advice. What will this model sell for once it is restored correctly?? THANKS - GARY MENEGHIN 

 

Gary, it is never a good idea to post one's phone number on a guest book. Email addresses work much better and are much safer. Send us an email and we'll direct you to one of the better Bella experts in the US who can give you very specific information.
James


Gary Meneghin of Walnut Creek Ca      grmeneghin

Mon, Jan. 14, 2013 5:17
I am restoring a 1958 combinette s where can i get some new control cables and a speedo cable, also a flywheel puller tool who is a good sorce of parts for these mopeds
sam wesley of pickering u.k      samwes271[at]btinternrt.com

Sat, Dec. 29, 2012 21:23
I had A Zundapp-powered American Eagle 125 bought in 1970, and dad had a '71(?) Zundapp 100cc ISDT that he RACED! in AMA Dist. 37 Desert Racing in So.Cal. He even finished the "Check-Chase" on that bike! Not sure I could recommend the brand,...but what a great time we hade with them!
Mike Thatcher of I.E.      mthatcher2dslextreme.com

Sat, Dec. 29, 2012 1:53

I´d like know year of a K600 That I have, number 508118. I will try give you some pictures. I have another KS 800 and one KS750 army. Best regards

508118 Issued to the Wehrmacht 1940. Please send us photos of the the three motos so we can post them to our various galleries. I'd love to see them, restored or not, and I am sure the rest of the Zuendapp community would like to view them too. Many thank you's for dropping by. The management!


Javier of Spain      gerencia[at]nunezautomocion.audi.es

Tue, Dec. 25, 2012 19:39
I work for a gent with a 33 KS 500 w/sidecar and machine gun,we need some parts and info. what is the tin-can looking thing in the oil pan that apparently has no inlet and goes to an oil pipe towards the oil pump? Where can we get new clutch corks, gaskets, and some hardware? we will try to send some pictures
Mike French of United States      mfrench9365[at]charter.net

Fri, Dec. 21, 2012 20:5
Actually Kemo Sobe I am in East Taxes remember the Zundapps Well think was the old Indian Dealer in Dallas Sold them and Jimmy Partain Rode for him if my old memory is still functioning! I do have Zundapp "Comfort" I think as well as 1938 German Triumph from Triumph Werkes Nurnberg. But my Horex Imperator is why I am here Where in Kaufman are you Located? Telephone maybe? I am just a Youngster at 71 years old. Grew up in Big D Dallas in the 40s and 50s. Remember Jimmy Partain Riding a Zundapp Super Sabre from Eddie Conleys Harley Shop down to the Old Indian Dealership on Rear Wheel many times. Like to maybe get together and discuss bikes someday soon before I croak, Jesse Graves Keeper of "The Black Hole Division" of my "Mechanical Orphanage"
Jesse Edward Graves of United States      triumph51[at]att.net

Wed, Dec. 19, 2012 14:34
I am rebuilding a Zundapp Combinette 1956 422 Can anyone tell me where the frame number is located. Thanks John
John Graham of East Kilbride, Scotland      sinamara41[at]o2.co.uk

Wed, Dec. 12, 2012 18:16
I have a 150 Bella scooter that will be restored in the future
Ralph Sparks of Hernando, MS      sparky5313[at]gmail.com

Sun, Dec. 02, 2012 1:34
hi i am looking for zundapp contacts in new-zealand, i have several parts etc, please email ,wilbe29@gmail.com bill n z great webside, contact english, german, netherlands, malay, thanks
w. beetz of New Zealand      wilbe29[at]gmail.com

Sat, Dec. 01, 2012 15:13
My first Zundapp was a 1957 Super Sabre new in 57,I was 17yrs. I traded it for a 650 BSA Golden Flash in1958 and sold it when I went overseas in the Airforce.I returned in 63 and bought a 61 Super Sabre and kept it till 1968 when I bought a brand new Kawasaki W2SS which I still have and ride.Last year I found a 63Super Sabre on E-Bay and won it.I had to do a little work on it but it runs pretty good.I need a original tail light for it to make it complete.Know where I could find one?
David Dodson of Bluefield Wv      snoopy_dave58[at]hotmail.com

Thurs, Nov. 29, 2012 14:15
i have a rt side cover from a 250 zundapp mc 1950 ? 1 cyl do u know of some one in need of one or if thats what it is
steve mihalko of milford pa      71flhhd[at]gmail.com

Wed, Aug. 15, 2012 10:33
I am looking for a R203,R204,or 200 Zundapp Bella to buy. I owned one years ago and it was the best two wheeled vehicle I ever owned.
Paul Duemmel of Grove City,Ohio      pduemmel[at]columbus.rr.com

Tue, Jul. 24, 2012 10:39
Hello,You have a great web site! Previously I used your site as a reference for my 1957 250 Elastic. Recently, I purchased a 1955 IMC (Norma-Luxus) and of course I need parts and information. Can you suggest other sources that can also help? Thanks, Brian
Brian Happel of Cleveland, Ohio      bkhappel[at]gmail.com

Mon, Jul. 16, 2012 19:12
I have a 1961 black Zundapp International Trophy in very good all original condition and with the original bill of sale with the owner's manual and tool kit. The only non-original parts are the tires. It has 15,000 miles on it and I am the 2nd owner, having inherited it from my wife's uncle, the original purchaser. Can you give me an idea of approximate value for insurance purposes? Thank you, Don Rice
Don Rice of Minnesota      pupsicle[at]peoplepc.com

Sun, Jul. 15, 2012 11:32
My very first motorcyle was a '57' Super Sabre purchased with paper route savings when I was 15 in 1958. It did not take me long to strip it down to it's very bones and convert it into one bad enduro machine. Soon there I was at the Jack Pine in Mi. deep in mud and sweat, me and my mad machine. I don't suppose I'll ever have another, but what fond memories we shared together. Where ever you are now old Super Sabre?!! I hope that you have been well cared for. Thanks for the oportunity to reminiss Zundapp Fool.
JeFF Wilson of palm springs, ca.      jeff.n.mutt[at]gmail.com

Wed, Jul. 11, 2012 10:3
I have a 56 super sabre that I'm wanting to sell. It is not running but is in good restorable shape. Do you have any ideas of locations on the web that would be a good place to start? Ebay? or ?
Gary Scott of Arizona      drgscott221[at]hotmail.com

Thurs, Jul. 05, 2012 18:31
Hi Maybe I am crazy, but I have a Zundapp engine which my father purchased in the 1960's, to use for a go kart, it never eventuated, ........he passed away 15 + years back, and I have finally dug it out of the back shed, and am looking at finding the correct frame, etc to do a backward restoration. I am yet to find numbers to indentify the origin, but I think it was a DBK, I have limited knowledge of Zundapps, but had heard all about this engine right through my childhood. I have seen some ambitous restorations, and have owned / restored about 90 cars in my 48 years, so this is something different, and I look forward to the help of your resources to assist me,........ your website looks excellent. I would be grateful if you could help with ID once I have all the numbers. Kind Regards, Mark.
mark woolley of Australia.      ta1979403[at]aol.com

Fri, Jun. 15, 2012 9:25
Tenho uma Zündapp DB 200 1936 e não tenho algumas peças como: caixa de ferramentas sinaleira trazeira curvas das saídas das descargas parte final do paralamas trezeiro
Lauri Antonio Rosa Gobo of Palmeira das Missões R/S Brasil      lauri_gobo[at]hotmail.com

Fri, Jun. 08, 2012 14:0
It seems we all share an affinity for Zundapp motorcycles, along with the difficulties of finding resources to restore them! I have just acquired a 1962 Zundapp Sport (50cc?)and am having a hard time figuring out what it is exactly. It is a motorcycle, yet does not get much cred on motorcycle sites so perhaps should be better classified as a moped/hybrid? Either way, I was just wondering if there was anyone in the SF Bay area who knew of Zundapp clubs? or parts dealers? It is missing a seat, along with part of the motor and other miscellaneous details so I have a long way to go. Anyone know much about early 60's sport models? Please let me know! *also I am realizing that if I only knew German this venture would be much easier!
Misha B of Bay Area, CA      mishabalicki[at]gmail.com

Thurs, Jun. 07, 2012 8:0
Looking for an ignition coil for a 1952 Zundapp Sabre 250 2 stroke. I am also thinking about selling the bike. Any Takers??
Mike Rollo of Buffalo, New York      sicchoppers[at]verizon.net

Fri, May 11, 2012 9:1
I'm looking for someone to complete the restoration a 1954 Zundapp Comfort. I've rebuilt the engine, painted it and put it back together but need help with the rest - wiring, getting it to run etc. Anyone in George or Ohio do this type of restoration? If so, please get back to me. Thanks!
Derek of Georgia      derek_ehrhardt[at]hotmail.com

Tue, May 01, 2012 17:47
Really enjoyed talking to you at the gas station in Ohio this morning. Safe Travels. You ever need something in Ohio or when you're in Ohio look me up. 937-673-0732 Thanks Steve
Steve Williamson of Lebanon, Ohio      williamsonexcavating[at]yahoo.com

Tue, Apr. 24, 2012 12:39
1938 DBK 250 parts needed Good piston and cylinder or First oversize piston and rings I know it's a bit of a long shot, but...
Greg of Pennsylvania      ebvc99[at]comcast.net

Thurs, Apr. 19, 2012 20:47
I bought a old Zundapp moped but have no idea what it's called, Was wondering if you could help me? Can I send you a picture of it?
Philip Baker of Sweden      philbaker82[at]hotmail.com

Thurs, Apr. 12, 2012 21:50
Hi, I'm trying to restore a Zundapp 175S Trophy. Can you tell me where I can get engine parts? I need new piston rings and main bearings. Please direct me to a prts supplier that can ship to my country. Thanks.
David Aguilar of Cebu City, Philippines      desmo_rr[at]hotmail.com

Sat, Apr. 07, 2012 13:43
Hello, I am searching for the following KS601 Parts: Ignition coil, Cover for top of engine, early type, with rear mounting stud pointing aft(653z103 ? ).finally,I need the upper and lower cover for the driveshaft, (1420z12 and 1423z5). Any help you could give me woud be greatly appreciated. Should you have any of these parts for sale please let me know their price. Regards, Eric
Eric Lehmann of Port Orange, Florida, 32128      mewleh3[at]yahoo.com

Sat, Apr. 07, 2012 8:18
I am looking for handles ( and other parts) to my 1935 200/250 zundapp, and i'll be in germany on next may, to visit a auto union meeting, so you can help me? Thanks, Glauco.
glauco sergio conti of rio de janeiro, brazil      gscont[at]gmail.com

Tue, Mar. 13, 2012 2:45
I have a 1969 Scrambler 100cc in very good condition. Are these quite rare? What is it worth to a collector?
Tony Glasson of Australia      dodgeyone[at]dodo.com.au

Tue, Feb. 28, 2012 19:41
I have a mostly complete DB 202, with another in parts, once done, I will be selling of some of the spares, just gotta find the time!
Dan Monson of Minnesota      103347.1673[at]compuserve.com

Sat, Feb. 25, 2012 21:43
Hi I have just bought a Zundapp KS600 frame number 511318. It was in parts when I got it but has most of the main parts and two spear engines. I hope to get it on the road within the year. Thankyou for this great web site it has allready been a big help to me.
Glen Ingram of Auckland New Zealand      www.spanners88[at]hotmil.co.nz

Tue, Feb. 21, 2012 13:30
THE greatest web site...
Paul Scott of Williston Fl.      midnightcycle[at]yahoo.com

Fri, Feb. 17, 2012 20:16
from the Desk of the Big Shot! Will Morrison, You need to leave an email address in order to get an answer. Send your photo. We'd love to see it. James
James Marshall of East Texas      n2deep[at]zundappfool.com

Wed, Feb. 08, 2012 12:2
CALL ME OK?
CHRIS HEALY of OCALA, FLORIDA      ocalalandman[at]yahoo.com

Wed, Feb. 08, 2012 12:0
THANKS FOR ALL YOUR HELP IN KEEPING THE ZUNDAPP SPIRIT AND PASSION ALIVE, ALL THE BEST TO YOU... REGARDS, CHRIS HEALY OCALA, FLORIDA (352) 812-7788 1960 ZUNDAPP SUPER SABRE
CHRIS HEALY of OCALA, FLORIDA      ocalalandman[at]yahoo.com

Fri, Jan. 20, 2012 22:8
I love the Zundapps. Saw one at Lake Hill Motors in Corinth, MS last week. I think it was a 500 twin from the 30s. Dewayne McLemore is the owner. Wonderful !
jeff young of tupelo, ms      70bonneville650[at]comcast.net

Fri, Dec. 30, 2011 23:8
Great site! Enjoyed reading thru it all. I lived in Germany for a few years and fondly remember Horex and Zundapp motorcycles. I'd love to find a Zundapp Citation, all or part, to buy. Someday I'd like to own and care for a running prewar flathead. Not to restore but just ride and maintenance. We live in some great riding country here. Anyone with a bike to sell should drop me a line. Thanks! oldskool_alloy[at]yahoo.com
ivan of San Francisco      oldskool_alloy[at]yahoo.com

Thurs, Dec. 29, 2011 9:10
Hi, just found a 195? Zundapp 250 SU. Looking for information and parts (headlight, chain covers, misc.) and hoping to make contacts. Reply to edomas1@maine.rr.com
Edward Domas of USA, Maine      edomas1[at]maine.rr.com

Thurs, Dec. 22, 2011 12:37
Could anyone offer me some assistance on trying to get a value and/or demand for a 1961 250cc Zundapp motor? it is in really good shape: turns over, everything is there (carb, kickstart, both covers...)and is pretty clean. Any help would be greatly appreciated! Thanks...Ric in Cal
Ric of Nor Cal      rrascoe[at]omic.com

Mon, Dec. 19, 2011 11:14
1 st ride i every got on a motorcycle was on a zundapp had so much fun on it i was about 12 years old toke till 1966 finely got my 1st bike and i'm still ridging 12/19/2011 was just likeing to see if i cought fine zundapps thanks for this page dave
dave davis of west milton ohio      ddavis7781[at]aol.com

Fri, Dec. 16, 2011 8:49
In the 1950s, in South Africa, I owned a Zundapp 50cc Super Sports moped. It was a handsome little bike and gave me my first motorised miles, but I have never seen another, even in a little book on Zundapp which I have. Could I send in a fuzzy pic of it which I have? Best wishes, Will Morrison
William of Brackley, UK      Morrison

Sun, Dec. 11, 2011 15:36
Hello,i congratulation you for your site. i restore classic motorcycles and i have 9 zundapps ,k 500,kss500 ,ds 350 ks 600 and 601 and is very good see information about this.and i have and make many parts because i have on workshop and on industrie,and because this i have many machines for make parts. if i can help on person our he can help me about this i am hapy. many tanks for your attention and sorry because my english is no good. best regards Eurivaldo Correia
Eurivaldo Correia of Sao Paulo BRAZIL      ecorreiajunior[at]hotmail.com

Mon, Nov. 14, 2011 3:47
Hi, I got recently a lot of motorcycle parts from an old motorcycle shop. First pictures that I took could be seen at www.adprom.net/zundapp There is a one whole frame of Zundapp Combinette from 54/55 and a couple of Zundap?? engines. Other parts are hard to recognize, so if you could identify something, pls let me know. Parts are from period 30's-5's. There are 2 2gear hand gears for BSA .
Miroslav of Belgrade, Serbia      mirrroslav[at]gmail.com

Fri, Oct. 21, 2011 14:58
Felicitaciones a los propietarios de Zundapp ks750cc, es la motocicleta de mis sueños. Congratulations,to Zundapp Ks750cc,owners,Zundapp it´is my dream,I will like to have a original pictures, thank´s. German.
German Barrientos Meza of Costa Rica Central América      geriderxt500[at]hotmail.com

Sat, Oct. 15, 2011 14:41
When I lived in Mayaguez, Puerto Rico back in the mid 50's(1956 or 57), a friend bought a new, partially assembled Zundapp. It was shipped to him in a big wooden crate, I'm not sure from where but it could have been from Europe. He didn't feel comfortable assembling it so I volunteered. It went together quite smoothly. As I recall, it had a shaft drive which I was told by the owner was the first shaft drive motorcycle made. I'm not sure he was correct. I drove it around for a couple of days and it was a great moto. I have always wondered what happened to it. The owner was a professor at the University of PR in Mayaguez. Maybe it's still down there motring around.
Bob Maser of Webster NY      bob.maser[at]gmail.com

Thurs, Oct. 13, 2011 11:11
Hello, Im wondering if u could help me identifiy the make and year of this rolling chassis...Was told it was maybe german? The engine and tank is missing,but it has pedals...The headlight is like a zundapp. There are serial numbers on the head of the frame on both sides aswell as on the outside of the bottom bracket...A letter B inside a square? is on the left side of the frame head with numbers(cant make out the numbers or letters,also there is a stamp like the top of a nail head on bottom bracket) ...Will try and clean it up for a better look... I have a photo that I can send throu email... Thanx any help would be grateful Kimberly
Kimberly of Greece      kasanova1967[at]hotmail.com

Thurs, Sep. 29, 2011 19:31
I just bought a Zundap. I wanted to know what year it is? I do want to sell it,but know idea what its worth. I paid a good dollar for it cause it looked like something from the past,and I restore Vintage Motorcycles. Glenn
Glenn VanOstrand of Ithaca,ny      koolcoupl[at]yahoo.com

Sat, Sep. 17, 2011 7:59
I have a 1956 Zundapp KS601 Elastic with all of the factory paperwork and books. I'm looking to sell it and its 100% complete and untouched. Do you have any good recommendations for me? Also what type of value should I be expecting. I do have pictures as well for anyone that is interested. Thanks, Jay jostrow215@gmail.com
Jay of Philadelphia      jostrow215[at]gmail.com

Thurs, Sep. 15, 2011 20:42
Need to sell my 1950 KS601 "Green Elephant" w/ Steib. Fully restored and runs perfectly. James has been to see it and I have current photographs if anyone is interested and wants a look.
Andrea of Phoenix, Arizona      gimmeeshade[at]gmail.com

Mon, Sep. 12, 2011 18:39
HEY, HOW YAH DOING? I MET YOU AT MY REAL ESTATE OFFICE YEARD BEFOR LAST AND YOU FOLLOWED ME AROUND THE CORNER AND I SHOWED YOU MY SUPER SABRE...I AM CONSIDERING SELLING IT, NEED A BATTERY FOR IT, THE PRESENT IS A 6 VOLT, I ASSUME THAT IS CORECT BUT THE BATTERY BOX IS MUUCH BIGGER, SOMEONE PUT THE SMALLER BATTERY IN PLACE AND WEDEGED SOME RUBBER TUBING TO HOLD IN PLACE. DO YOU KNOW WHAT BATTERY I SHOULD BUY FROM SOMEONE LIKE "BATTERY GIANT" OR MAYBE YOU MAY HAVE MIKD MCNEEELYS CONTACT INFORMATION, I LOSGT IT, HE HAS RESTOREED SEVERAL OF THESE BIKES. HOPE ALL IS WEEL WITH YOU, NEXT TIME THROUGH OCALA GIVE ME A CALL A DAY OR TWO OUT. MY CONTACT INFO IS BELOW, THANKS. CHRIS HEALY (352) 812-7788 OCLALANDMAN@YAHOO.COM
CHRIS HEALY of OCALA, FLORIDA      ocalalandman[at]yahoo.com

Mon, Sep. 12, 2011 15:11
Wow, sure was happy to find this site,my first motorcycle was a Zundapp and from teh pistures I just found, it was a Trophy Sabre. I couldn't remember the model until I saw some of the pictures but I vividly remember the details and that was what I found in them. I now ride a Harley Electra Glide but the time I spent on that old Zundapp will be in my mind forever! Hardly anyone around here has ever heard of Zundapp, much one ever saw one so I have enjoyed showing the pics around. Thanks for the memories!
Ted of Spencerville Ohio USA     

Mon, Aug. 15, 2011 18:53
Glad I bumped into this site. I just picked up a 1956 KS601 EL. Looks to be fairly complete, and partially disassembled decades ago for powdercoat and refurbishing. Engine intake and exhauts ports were sealed hopefully after a liberal coating of oil. Planning on setting it up with a ACAP sidecar fom the 40's. Lot's of sorting out to do but I'm sure I'll be in touch with you. Your site has been a great resource so far. Thanks! Don Bachtel Nipomo, California 805 929 3819
Don Bachtel of Nipomo, California      dbezer[at]sbcglobal.net

Sun, Aug. 07, 2011 15:49
This is a wonderful site, Have several sidecar bikes(old H-D) and have been shopping for a /2 era BMW ,,,,Maybe one of these would fill the bill Will be back in touch GLD
Gary Lee Dunning of Franklin, Kentucky      dunn4[at]bellsouth.net

Thurs, Aug. 04, 2011 4:25
Looking for info on availability of flathead four engine parts, crank, cam etc Are these things around?If so where? Thanks, Bob Ng lonergan@aol.com
Bob Lonergan of new york, new jersey      nglonergan[at]aol.com

Fri, Jul. 22, 2011 12:56
I learned how to ride by hot wiring my older brothers 2 stroke Zundap sometime around 1960. I'll never forget that first motorcycle ride. Wonderful finding this web site.
Rick L. of Eagles Mere, PA USA      rwliebert[at]comcast.net

Mon, Jul. 11, 2011 18:47
this is the best/strongest website i've found.
paul scott of williston old hwy. 41 north central florida      midnightcycle[at]yahoo.com

Sun, Jul. 10, 2011 8:4
Need to sell 1957 zundapp 200 s fair cond. Tag is current. peggy fisher of tulsa,oklahoma,usa peggy.fisher77[at]yahoo.com
Fisher of US      fisher[at]yahoo.com

Tue, Jul. 05, 2011 9:37
Need to sell 1957 zundapp 200 s fair cond. Tag is current.
peggy fisher of tulsa,oklahoma,usa      peggy.fisher77[at]yahoo.com

Sun, Jul. 03, 2011 6:55
Hi all! We would like to find a new home for a titled 1959 Zundapp trophy (super sabre). It's original and complete (together/not running) but will run with some restoration. It's always been garage kept and covered. Beautiful bike that we know someone will love as much as we do.
Carl Gonzalez of Orlando      Umcanezzzz[at]aol.com

Fri, Jul. 01, 2011 9:10
Is the K800 in the NY area still available?? Bob
Bob Lonergan of NY,NJ      Nglonergan[at]aol.com

Thurs, Jun. 30, 2011 7:5
Just bought a 1933 K500 with a Kali s/c also 1933. I bought the rig for the s/c as the bike is trashed (was in a flood) s/c was not. I will see if it is restorable, previous owners did serious engine damage trying to take it apart. I am basically a BMW guy with several pre and postwar bikes..some restored some in progress. I will probably be asking a lot of questions..When I figure out what to ask. I have seen your posts on Kradrider as I am a long time member and infrequent contributor. Bob
Bob Lonergan of Ny,NJ      nglonergan[at]aol.com

Thurs, Jun. 23, 2011 12:1
Hello im looking to fix up a bike of my own however im having trouble figuring out what model it is i believe i have a zundapp ks601 but i could be wrong. shoot me an email for pictures. maybe you can help me out
David of Carson, CA      grimes.halofanatic[at]gmail.com

Thurs, Jun. 23, 2011 1:46
Hey, I love your page man, can you help me? i need a crank with pushrods and a oilpump for a Zundapp ks 601 1954.
Oskar of Denmark      dneprdanmark[at]gmail.com

Sun, Jun. 19, 2011 20:18
we were zundapp dealers from 1950 to the bitter end, we never sold the big bikes, rather the 200 norma..comfort,,the sabre..challenger and super sabre. we sold a bunch of them and raced the super sabre..highly mofified. we also had a number of riders from our shop racing, the battles between our zundapps and the tiger cubs was epic. my super sabre had the head cut .250, a webco magneto, webco bottom end kit, a special manifold with a 1 3/16 amal tt carb, with remote float bowl, i cut the flywheel down to the mounting rivits, polished the ports, used a expansion chamber but later took it off and added a short rpm pipe (mistake) the bike was incredibility fast but lacked reliability, the connecting rods would sling in half. i am old but still have a soft spot in my heart for the zundapp. I AM ANOTHER ZUNDAPP FOOL!1
robert moore of rome, ga.      moore3570[at]bellsouth.net

Sun, Jun. 05, 2011 23:54
Own a black 1952 KS601 which I bought from Doc Patt's collection in Boyertown PA in 2007. Does anyone out there know who owned the bike before Doc and/or any history on the bike?? I think it might have come from Chalfont, PA from someone with a French sounding name?? Also got a 250 SuperSabre from him in the deal. Would welcome any info on history of that bike also! Thanks! James, your website is absolutely WUNDERBAR!!!
James Bodiford of Reading, PA Area      abenteur[at]yahoo.com

Thurs, Jun. 02, 2011 8:11
Hello, i'm looking for a ks601 if there is anybody who can help me, btw very nice to know that there are zundapp freaks in the states!!! regards, yannick
Yannick Van Asch of Mechelen, Belgium      death_imself[at]pandora.be

Sun, May 29, 2011 23:9
Wow! cool bikes. I heard Jay Leno mention the name Zundapp so I thought I better check it out and I am glad I did. I hope to see a real one some day. David
David Hill of       davidkhill[at]yahoo.com

Fri, May 27, 2011 15:10
A friend has a 1956 elastic with an Ohio title. It is complete except for the tailight,generator cover and toolbox. Unfortunately it has been in wet storage and is very rusty .Any idea what I should offer? It will need a ground up restoration but has to be worth doing properly. Any advise would be much appreciated. regards steve
Steve Bennett of USA lima,ohio      stbennett40[at]hotmail.com

Sun, May 22, 2011 15:32

Good to see so many local KS601's. My guess is that there are six or seven running in the state of Michigan. My 1952 "running aboriginal" (original black except for front fender) 1952 KS601 is probably going to be looking for a good home in the next year or two. My surgeon (valve sparing upper aortic aneurism repair) says "do not push, pull, or lift more than 50lb." It is kind of difficult to ride a 550 lb KS601 under those restrictions, and "Daily Rider" should be ridden.

 

OK folks, Pay attention! Here is a 1952 KS601 that is looking for a new home. Unlike BMW's and Harleys, Zuendapps don't grow on trees!


E. Daniel Ayres of Ypsilanti, MI      eayres[at]comcast.net

Sat, May 14, 2011 6:41
I have been storing a 1969 Zundapp 100cc scrambler for many years. I'm seriously considering selling it to someone that will appreciate it more than I. As happens often, I had plans to rebuild this bike and keep it in original condition. It's in great shape but it needs some general maintenance. I would love to find a new home for this classic.
Ed Reier of Illinois      reier[at]sbcglobal.net

Thurs, May 05, 2011 9:59
My godfather Hanns Osten (deceased)told me that in his youth,1920's,he was friends with the nephew of the Zundapp owner.They would race each other on the new models,all around the German cuontryside. The owner would follow them in his chauffer driven limosine.One time the bikes overheated,so they pissed on the engines to cool them down.The nephew was ALWAYS supposed to win the race,but once Hanns beat him and the owner was furious.
Eric of Northern New York State      wappe5[at]aol.com

Thurs, Apr. 21, 2011 2:59

Do you have any information about the Zundapps in South Africa. When I was 16 years old I had a 50cc, 52 years ago, and read only of the bigger ones in magazines. I enjoy the articles and wish that we had the varity and shows you have in our country. regards Francois   

PS - I still ride bikes.

Sorry, we don't have any info. You might try www.startkabel.nl, aas they have a vast index of all things Zundapp known on the web.


Francois Swanepoel of South Africa      francoisswanepoel[at]telkomsa.net

Mon, Apr. 18, 2011 21:18
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robert bryson of laguna beach ca      bryson[at]realatrends.com

Mon, Apr. 18, 2011 11:49
love them `zaps. this coming sunday, april 24- is vintage mc meet in austin. on east 6th, ~ 3 blocks east of I-35 ... a good bunch, the guys, dewey and i will be there on our super sabres...
jim poteet of austin, tx      jimpoteet7009[at]gmail.com

Fri, Apr. 15, 2011 6:47

Hows it going ????? long time no see !!!!!! Wanted to let you know I'm looking to put the 53 Ks601 up for trade. Kicking around trading for one of the following... BMW /3 , /2 or R69 machine in decent shape. If you wanna pass the word around or let me know anyone interested. Regards, James in Sealy

 

Ed's note: James has sent us photos of the bike which we will gladly foreword to interested parties. This bike used to belong to Ernie Michl. He sold it to us and we traded it to James along with a good crank shaft.


James McCanless of Sealy, TX      horexregin[at]aol.com

Tue, Apr. 12, 2011 17:10
James Marshall, Lenny Jabab is holding a gun to my head telling me to sign in on your WebSite. Lenny says Hello! as he on the telephone as I type here. You have an excellent WebSite. I have to go for now as Lenny is chewing my ear away. Thank you, Ralph G, out.
Ralph Gergel of Garland, Texas      ralphgergel[at]yahoo.com

Tue, Apr. 05, 2011 21:27
My 1950 KS601 "Little Green Elephant" w/ Steib sidecar is still for sale. Fully restored. James has been to see it and I have current photographs if anyone is interested and wants a look. :)
Andrea of Phoenix Arizona      gimmeeshade[at]gmail.com

Sun, Apr. 03, 2011 8:14
I finally picked up my "new" 1953 KS601. I am looking forward to beginning my process of sorting it out. Looks like I have a lot of work ahead of me. I'll send you some more photos once I get the clean up underway and the original parts fitted.....then the break down will begin. I do need an upper front fender brace. I'll point it out when I get photos to you in a couple of weeks. Your site if great! Doug S.
Doug Smith of Billings, MT.      smithdougbmw[at]aol.com

Fri, Apr. 01, 2011 0:8
I have a 1957 201S which was my fathers from new. It needs parts to get it running and eventually full restoration to show condition. Can anyone give me advice on a good place for parts? (preferably in UK or Europe). Thanks Karl
Karl Piper of Tonbridge, Kent, England      karlospiper[at]yahoo.co.uk

Wed, Mar. 30, 2011 16:13
Hey Jim,have you heard anything about the seat situation for the K601 solo as yet,Frank?
frank kanauz of brookfield wi.      franks6138[at]sbcglobal.net

Tue, Mar. 29, 2011 21:25
hello to you all I´m an engineering student trying to make a ks750 replica however I haven´t managed to get any blueprints or factoy files in the web, if there is anyone out there with the hear and info to help me fulfill a dream that has been under my eye for some years it would be forever apreciated. If I manage to gat the measurements and drawings I pomise to post and update the proyect as the bike is built. thank you all and keep up the love for the best motorcycles ever!!!
Luis nino de rivera of mexico      ramenhausten[at]hotmail.com

Tue, Mar. 29, 2011 7:20
I am having a wiring problem w/my 1957 supersaber 250. The wiring was right prior to restoration anyways. I would like to see or find the wiring diagram any help would be greatly appreciated, by the way the bike turned out great! I will get somne pics up later today.
gary ortiz of modesto ca      motoxryder40[at]live.com

Mon, Mar. 28, 2011 13:41
I have a 1933 Zundapp brochoure, are you interested in it ?
michael merose of israel      merose[at]013.net

Fri, Mar. 25, 2011 20:20
I'm interested in selling my 1953 Zundapp Comfort 200. First, I'm not even sure what I should ask, so maybe you can give me an idea of what I should expect. It has been completely restored and looks like it belongs in a showroom. I could send photos if that will help. Secondly, can you suggested a good site to advertise it? I'm familiar with all the usual's like Craigslist, eBay, Auto Trader, etc. However, I was thinking their might be a better site to target people looking for classic motorcycles like mine. Thanks in advance for any suggestions you might have.
Day of Southern California      starns03[at]gmail.com

Mon, Mar. 21, 2011 14:25
I have a 1968 100cc ISDT Zundapp that is in great shape other than a rear sprocket hub. Do you have one or know where I could find one? I love the web site. Thanks Gary Fuller
Gary Fuller of United States - Abingdon, VA      abmill[at]embarqmail.com

Sat, Mar. 05, 2011 7:36
SIR- HOPE TO REACH YOU. WHEN MY PARENTS MOVED FROM RHODE ISLAND TO SARASOTA IN 1966, ONE OF THE FIRST PEOPLE I MET WAS A DELIGHTFUL CHAP NAMED RICHARD AMBLER. AT THAT TIME, DICK WAS WORKING MOSTLY AS A MOTORCYCLE MECHANIC, KEEPING A FLOCK OF GOOD SOULS MOVING ALONG ON TWO WHEELS (MOST OF THE TIME). DICK WAS--AND STILL IS TODAY--THE MOST COMPETENT AND CREATIVE MAN I HAVE EVER MET. AS ADULTHOOD CAUGHT UP WITH HIM (AND THE REST OF US) HE TOOK ON A VARIETY OF OTHER JOBS. IN RETIREMENT, HE HELPED TO ESTABLISH THE AMAZING "FLORIDA FLYWHEELERS ANTIQUE ENGINE CLUB" DICK'S STABLE INCLUDES A NUMBER OF BIG OLD ZUNDAPPS... I WILL SEE IF I CAN SEND A PHOTO... BUT: HE IS LOOKING FOR A RIM- 19 INCHES, 40 SPOKES, 3.5 INCHES WIDE, TO ACCOMMODATE A 4.00 X 19 TIRE. ANY IDEAS? (OH- I SHOULD MENTION THAT DICK SOLD ME MY FIRST CYCLE- A 250CC ZINDAPP SINGLE... I WAS PEEING BLOOD AFTER RIDING IT FROM FLORIDA TO NEW ENGLAND TO GO BACK TO SCHOOL IN 1967...) HOPE TO HEAR FROM YOU- LINDSAY
CALVIN LINDSAY ELMENDORF of SARASOTA, FLORIDA      undiguti[at]gmail.com

Mon, Feb. 28, 2011 16:31
I have the opportunity to purchase a 1954 KS601.(?) Anyway I think that is the model...It has the chrome sided tank and dual seat. Pretty much complete. Engine was free...now stuck from sitting. Mufflers are a little rusty. Has wrong fenders installed but the originals come with it. I do not want to restore it but rather leave the patina alone and get it into running order. Where to find engine rebuild parts? I'm a BMW guy and don't know anything about Zundapps....Should I run the other way or proceed with a potential money pit?
Doug Smith of AZ/ MT      smithdougbmw[at]aol.com

Mon, Feb. 28, 2011 3:14
I have a good condition Sabre_carb(like page 5), better than yours .Can it Trade in with Twin_piston_carb (page 6)?I am so far far far away from USA cause I live in Indonesia, I cannot effort US $ 175 for twin piston stuff.Please consider for me with your kindness.I wait your respond Sir. Best Regards Kresna Laksmana
Kresna Laksmana of Indonesia      klaksman[at]gmail.com

Mon, Feb. 28, 2011 0:22
Thanks to Zundapp Fool, cause you all I can identify my Zundapp which is Norma Lexus 1955. I claim my bike is the most original in Indonesia (85%). I saw Norma Lexus from Indonesia but (sorry) so wierd with unoriginal lamp, seat und so.. I want to be a member of this site.please send me bescheid to my email above. Thx and Saluut Best Regards Kresna L
Kresna Laksmana of Indonesia      klaksman[at]gmail.com

Mon, Feb. 21, 2011 16:29
i am in need of help. i just inherited a 57? zundapp from my past away father and have no clue what to do with it. i currentley dont have a job and the bike has seen better days. help help help.. nizmonissan@yahoo.com
michael deardorff of wilmington delaware      nizmonissan[at]yahoo.com

Tue, Feb. 15, 2011 11:55
I bought a new '59 Citation 500 in Chicago. Said to be 1 of 200 imported. Totalled in in '63 in a freak thunder storm / tornado in northern Illinois. Just seeing if there are any others left.I think it was way ahead of its time. Thanks. I have a few original photos I can email to you (?). Thanks, Doug
Doug Marion, SR. of       old409guy[at]aol.com

Tue, Feb. 08, 2011 23:53

08 February 2011 ATTENTION PLEASE! We've just added Twelve new publications to the web site. Three of them are Pre-War and the other Nine are Post War on a variety of moto models. You'll find them all under Historical & Tech. One of the Pre-War books is in Spanish. We hope you will find them useful and will put them to good use. Thank you!


James Marshall of Home base, East Texas      n2deep_at_zundappfool.com

Mon, Feb. 07, 2011 15:57
hello i have been browsing the site and admiring some of the very nice bikes. recently i have been given a zundapp bella, 203r maybe. not just to sure on what model it is. the scooter is not complete but i am hoping to take it on as a project. any pointers on how to identify it, and where to get parts would be appreciated. thanks for your time, mark
mark horne of edinburgh, scotland      animal57620[at]hotmail.com

Sun, Feb. 06, 2011 10:33
hey james this is my e mail add hope we can get back to work soon!!!!
kevin faulkner of kaufman,tx      kvsparky[at]yahoo.com

Sun, Feb. 06, 2011 7:44
Daniel Ayres suggested that I contact you. I bought the Canadian KS601 that you have a photo of on your site. You have it as a 1952, however, the title has it as a 1953.I got the bike a year ago and with the assistance of people like Daniel and sites like yours I have been able to find some of the parts that this bike needs. I am still in need of a few things, a tool box and fender stays for example. It runs and this winter I acquired a sidecar to attach in order to take my grandchildren for rides. Thanks for the great Zuendapp site.
Cal Hazelbaker of Ypsilanti, MI      cal.hazelbaker[at]gmail.com

Sat, Feb. 05, 2011 16:20
i have a 1957 zundapp 2 stroke 250. I love it , the bike sat for over 30 yrs. The owner said it ran when he parked it.Once i got the bike home it took 30 mins to give it a ride. I am looking for rims, front and back, they were the only thing that was a total loss I was able to save the spokes and nipples.Iam also looking for motor or covers (NOT SURE WHAT ThEY are called)please respond I have some other questions also, I have the owners manual for the 200s 1957 please respond.
gary ortiz of modesto ca      motoxryder40[at]live.com

Sat, Feb. 05, 2011 9:41
I own a Zündapp 175 S Trophy, build 1957. Also a new Triumph Bonneville T100, modern classic bike. My father had a Zündapp repair shop and I was working there 3 years on Zündapps. I like your webpage, good job. I didn't know that there are Zündapp fans in the US. Several times a year I travel for business to California or Texas or other locations in the USA. Is there a list of Zündapp fan clubs available. If so,I would appreciate a copy. Greetings, Wolfgang
Wolfgang Stang of Kefenrod, Germany      wolfgang.stang[at]gmail.com

Thurs, Feb. 03, 2011 22:44
I have my fathers 1953 Zundapp two stroke 200 cc comfort, and i am looking for just a few pieces to make it complete and unrestored. and i have a couple of questions also. It was his first wheels in P A when he was 16. it runs and all is original but a few things i can not find. Tires are even original, I am looking for the side knee covers, and an original key. made one and it works, but would like to find the real thing. also wondering about the rear tail light. had to rig one up, to get it licensed to ride, {state inspection} but i am having a hard time finding one or what it even looks like. when i got it , it had old leather bags on it. i am not sure if that is how it came back than or not. in my reseach i have only seen one picture of this bike that had the same bags on it. but they looked identical. wondering if someone just bought an accessory the same or if some came like that. tech question. it has an electrical problem and runs the battery down quickley. any suggestions there? thanks for ur time. i love it and have hauled it to Sturgis S D for the ralley a few times and rode it through the main street parade. i always get a "way to go ...really cool bike...but what is it comment" gotta love it.thanks...see u on the road...Ruth
Ruth Anderson of Minot, North Dakota      rockinrubyy[at]hotmail.com

Mon, Jan. 24, 2011 20:57
Nice website. Back in 1962 my dad bought what I believe is a 1962 Trophy. Black and chrome gas tank with the red seat. It has the turn signals at the end of the handle bars also. The bike is complete what I am looking for is someone to work on it and get it running. Then I might completely restore it. I might even sell it but I just have to hear this thing run and i want to ride it at least once in my life. Anyway if you can send some help my way I would appreciate.
Rob Baley of Houston, Texas      rbaley[at]gmail.com

Mon, Jan. 24, 2011 7:57
Currently looking for engine/parts bike to help restore my 1973 Zundapp KS-50 WC, which I have owned for over 20-some years. Purchased used from Penton Honda, Amherst Ohio, reference American Motorcyclist January 1986 issue, Flight of the Bumblebee." As I understand, from information gleaned from a Dutch/American fellow Zundapp freak, only ten of these machines were imported into the US, through a distributor in Youngstown, Ohio. He was fortunate enough to buy a brand new ( 5 km on clock ) KS-50 WC from a shop near his hometown just a couple of years ago. He has two friends who also own the bikes. On friend built a watercooler from parts, the other friend, who is with the Indiana Pacers and shall remain nameless, owns two of the machines. It would be helpful and appreciated if you have any information regarding these machines. I have been away from motorcycling for years (after I married and raised a family), but find myself reinterested in the sport. I'm keeping my eyes open for any Zundapp bikes I can find, and have told friends to keep me informed of anything the might run across. I have owned four Zundapp so far ( Bella 150, 250 Super Sabre, Bella 200, and now the KS-50), plus the usual Hondas, Suzuki, Yamaha, and even a Jawa trials bike. But I must admit having a large soft spot in my heart for Zundapp. My wife calls me a fool often, for many reasons, one of which is my love for motorcycles. Thanks for your time, Dennis
Dennis Rudy of Fairview Park, Ohio 44126      danger[at]wowway.com

Sat, Jan. 15, 2011 15:11
I read Dan Ayres tale about his ex-side car racer 601 with great interest. I don't doubt the claimed (indicated) speeds, but I question his horsepower estimate of 30-especially since the engine had been tuned for racing.Her are some actual top speeds of 30hp motorcycles I am familiar with, based on road tests of the time: 1947 Norton International (500cc OHC) 97mph. BMW R60-1963 88mph.BMW R66-1938 87mph (claimed factory top speed, not a test).For Dan to be hitting an actual speed of 110mph, he would need the 38-40 hp of a BSA Goldstar, or the 45 hp of a Vincent Rapide. I think Dan is underestimating the power of his tuned 601, and I would place it at somewhere in the 40 hp range. Another bike which is more comparable is the 1953 R68 BMW, which would top 100mph on 35hp. Charlie
Charles Taylor of San Francisco      taylor0292[at]sbcglobal.net

Thurs, Jan. 13, 2011 12:8
I owned two KS601s back in the mid sixties, one a '51, which I bought from a Harley dealer's boneyard in DC for $25.00, and the other a '57 EL. The '51, after a certain amount of work, turned into a solid, dependable bike.The '57 had a habit of eating up elastics, for reasons lost in the fog of time,and I finally blew up the gearbox racing another drunk on Broadway in NYC.I sold the carcass to Amol in New Jersey for $50.00. I always liked those old Zapps, as we called them. Maybe it's time for another one. Charlie
Charlie Taylor of San Francisco      taylor0292[at]sbcglobal.net

Tue, Jan. 04, 2011 13:42

I just wanted to update you that the "little green elephant" is for sale. I hve picture if anyone is interested!

I've seen this "Little Green Elephant" and it is a nice restoration. It has a sidecar attached which is a
Steib LS500 I believe and would be a real head turner.

James


Andrea of Arizona      gimmeeshade[at]gmail.com

Wed, Dec. 29, 2010 11:11
We have a 1958 Zundapp that we've had in our guitar showroom for a couple years now. We're remodeling and would like to sell it because of lack of room. I'm sure we would have a good deal on it, whatever that would be- but we don't know and can't find an avenue of collectors or fans to show it to. Now that I found this cool site, I wanted to ask opinions on where to sell it? Many thanks and a happy holiday to you. Brian Halley St. Blues Guitar Workshop 901-578-3588
Brian Halley of Memphis, TN      bhalley[at]saintblues.com

Thurs, Dec. 23, 2010 14:32

Nice to see that I am not the only craise about Zündapp. Many thanks for sharing some info with all the other Zündapp fans. Regards Rui (Z200 1929) (KS601 Sport 1956)(DB201 1951)(DB 202 1952)(DB 202 1952 SDT)(Bella 150 1955).


Rui Catarrilhas of Portugal      rui.catarrilhas[at]gmail.com

Thurs, Dec. 16, 2010 0:21
Checked out Ur site and it is very nice. See you later and I am getting in the mood to ride my BMW RS 650
Lenny, mountain view motorcycle sales of grand prairie,TX. 75051      harleyjap[at]yahoo.com

Sun, Dec. 05, 2010 0:41
My dad had a new black Zundapp 250 in 1960. I was impressed with it doing 70 mph two-up but less so with the exhaust falling off. The registration number was 799CYY. I wonderwhat happened to it? I have some photos which I will get round to scanning one day. I really liked the site which brought back some happy memories.
Jef Proudfoot of Norbury, London, England      abdoujarapov[at]blueyonder.co.uk

Wed, Nov. 10, 2010 22:42
Hi. I'd really like to get a pre-war, or war years Zundapp Does anyone know where I can find one? Any help will be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
Micah of usa      onehundredsixty[at]hotmail.com

Wed, Nov. 10, 2010 22:5
Thanks to you, and everyone, who has served our country. Micah
micah of usa      onehundredsixty[at]hotmail.com

Sat, Nov. 06, 2010 5:13
Dear James, it is every time a pleasure to see on your website. Thanks for all your time you spend on this page. Regards Patrick
Patrick Christian of Germany      ltfahrer[at]web.de

Tue, Nov. 02, 2010 9:4
What would you say a front fork, frame and gas tank would be worth for a KS 600? Although I've been told the frame may be a K800?
Zundappmann of NH      wmann[at]mannad.com

Thurs, Oct. 28, 2010 11:25
Kathleen (or Fred) Heller, Mario Valenti of Italy, Richard Seals, Alejandro Fedrico, Dan 416, Steve Delco. These people wanted to buy various parts, but being in hospital I was unable to comply. I failed to write down your email addresses and can not reach you now. Please drop me an email so that we can continue with our business as I am back home now. Thank you all. James
James Marshall of Home base, East Texas      n2deep_at_zundappfool.com

Tue, Oct. 26, 2010 18:40
Just found this site after reading AMCA about the Zundapp fool. I own two zundapps and a lot of parts for the 100cc bikes. I have a 66 and a 67 100cc that i think is the last year for the 100.
Steven Bishop of California Bay Area      itsbish[at]comcast.net

Mon, Oct. 25, 2010 5:20
I have a 71 Zundapp 125 enduro with 750 miles on it. Bought it new so original owner....what would you think its worth?
Brian Fife of Royal Oak Michigan      bfifesr[at]gmail.com

Fri, Oct. 22, 2010 11:30
I need an approx. value on a 1950 Zundapp Ks601 with steib Sidecar. It's green, fully restored. Looks new and runs beautiful. I believe you came out and visited us once? Anyway, in the process of getting divorced and have no idea the value of this bike. Thanks. I have pictures if you need them.
Andrea of Arizona      gimmeeshade[at]gmail.com

Mon, Oct. 11, 2010 18:28
My first bike was a 1961 Zundapp 250.....Loved it.
Wes of Independence, MO      theblakekids[at]hotmail.com

Sun, Oct. 10, 2010 19:22
Noticed that your address is Kaufman, but I don't see a contact number. A friend of mine has a KS601 1956 model that he is considering selling. Yesterday I saw my first Zundapp and I would like to own this bike. It is a complete bike with a title,appears to be in good condition and the motor will turn over. Did not try to crank it. I have looked but cannot find any for sale to compare to know how much to offer for it. Can you give me some idea. Thanks, Coy
Coy Worden of Kuafman,Tx      coyworden[at]aol.com

Fri, Oct. 08, 2010 19:22
English is not may best but I need to rebuild the electrical system of a 250 Trophy. If anyone has a diagram of the electrical system will be helpful to me. Or if you have the owner's manual or repair. thanks Carlos
Carlos Conde of Guatemala, Centro America      carlos_conde[at]hotmail.com

Fri, Oct. 08, 2010 13:16
Good site, a lots of pars to view. I just resore a Citation that came back to Germany. May contact you for some parts that you offer. I have already a restored Horex Imperator 400 what is very similar to the Citation. I have to offer a lt of Zündapp Parts Manuals from about 1960 to 1972 Stefan Mausbach Germany
Stefan Mausbach of Herford - Germany      stefan.mausbach[at]philips.com

Wed, Oct. 06, 2010 18:8
Sorry i forget the web dir... xD http://zundapp.uruguay-foro.com/
Exit of Rocha - Uruguay      siliciorock[at]hotmail.com

Wed, Oct. 06, 2010 17:59
Hello, my name is Facundo Dufau, alias Exit. And I'm the administrator of the website Zundapp in Uruguay! We would like to visit the website to see all the work we are doing on the bike in Germany. We have several db20x, KS601, and Bella which we could not get pictures to publish yet. A shame. Although we are a small country of 3 million people, have much of the Zundapp between us. Many went to the casting of metals, others simply rotted in the open. Several people have been gathering on the web, we have restored to almost original condition motorcycles, others have changed for better and some are still factory! There are not many as I was saying, but in a country so small, almost 50 Zundapp we found in full operation. The parts in my case, I found 3 / 4 of an engine lying in a box in a warehouse ... Were restored and because of that, my motorcycle is in full operation! Well now that I am saying goodbye here on the other side of the world is already too late .. hahah. Greetings, this excellent web zundappfool. Excuse my typing errors. I am using a translator. Best Exit.
Exit of Rocha - Uruguay      siliciorock[at]hotmail.com

Mon, Sep. 27, 2010 11:58
Translation --- HELLO I WANT TO CONGRATULATE YOU FOR YOUR GREAT CONTRIBUTION TO THE LOVERS OF Zundapp, TO DATE I AM RESTORING A Zündapp R-203, IN THE WAKE OF THIS IS I NEED A MANUAL, QUISISRA KNOW THE VALUE AND HOW SHOULD I DO TO CANCEL AND GET TO ME ADDRESS. ATTE. Manuel Arriaga LEIVA QUILLOTA-CHILE
Dilbert Jones of Duluth, MN      dbremer[at]donneray.com

Sun, Sep. 26, 2010 10:36
HOLA QUIERO FELICITARLOS POR SU EXCELENTE APORTE A LOS AMANTES DE LAS ZUNDAPP, A LA FECHE ME ENCUENTRO RESTAURANDO UNA ZUNDAPP R-203, A RAIZ DE ESTO ES NECESITO UN MANUAL, QUISISRA SABER EL VALOR Y COMO DEBO HACER PARA CANCELARLO Y QUE LLEGUE A MI DOMICILIO. ATTE. MANUEL ARRIAGADA LEIVA QUILLOTA -CHILE
manuel arriagada leiva of QUILLOTA -VALPARAISO CHILE      ms_mayer[at]hotmail.com

Mon, Sep. 20, 2010 19:28
54-55? db255 elastic parts for sale, front and rear fenders,rear shocks and mounts,headlight w/speedo,rims and tires, and an air filter box. have pics if interested amp526@yahoo.com
Aaron of minnesota      amp526[at]yahoo.com

Mon, Sep. 20, 2010 0:11
I saw a Zundapp yesterday in front of second hand store. Interesting, but very rusty. Stopped to take some pictures. Will email soon. Great Website!
Bob O'Connell of Scottsboro, AL      joconnell5944[at]charter.net

Wed, Sep. 15, 2010 10:46
Go to www.germanmotorcycles.cl for the most massive internet site about the subject, historically incorrect, telling it like it was. If you have not seen THIS site, you know nothing about German motorcycles, it´s that simp'le. Gerry Frederics
Gerry Frederics of Chile      gerard[at]germancross.com

Fri, Sep. 03, 2010 8:50
Just happened on to your site. I bought a new Zundapp 250 in 1958 when I was 15 years old. Bought it from a gentleman in Claremore, OK. who sold and raced them. Pretty much grew up with that bike. Had great times with it and eventually ask my dad to sell it for me while I was overseas in the Army.
R. H. (Harve) Callicoat of Stillwater, OK      h_callicoat[at]sbcglobal.net

Sun, Aug. 22, 2010 20:8
I own a 1956 Zundapp Challenger that my father bought brand new when I was born so my mother could have the car at home. Some of my earliest memories are sitting on the tank riding down the road with him. It is the bike I learned to ride on at 10 years old. This has made me a life long biker. I have owned many bikes from many counties and mainly ride Harley's now. But I really want to restore this bike. It has been a dream of mine for many years. If anyone knows where I might find a parts bike or any type of supplier please enlighten me. I need exhaust,wheels, brakes, cables and seat recovered. Also some chrome parts restored. Although it is "only" a 200 cc machine it really means the world to me. Thanks! Grizleebear1956@yahoo.com
Dale Keener of Jackson,SC      Grizleebear1956[at]yahoo.com

Thurs, Aug. 19, 2010 11:22
Member of the madrasbulls motorcycling club in chennai india i ride a royalenfield standard 350cc me a zundapp fool too but never seen one really but when i saw the KS750 ZUNDAPP i knew that this is my dreambike if god willing i will own one for myself.
Hassan of India      airheadsssss[at]yahoo.com

Thurs, Aug. 19, 2010 8:16
I have a Zundapp KS 50 Falconette(1962:a) that I wish to restore so if anyone has something please contact me. here is the exact model: http://www.veteranmopeder.com/html_filer_1496_1999/moped1508.htm
Enio Fernandes of Glória do Ribatejo, Portugal      nitroflow[at]gmail.com

Wed, Aug. 11, 2010 21:41
I have a 1972 125 zundapp completely restored,and want to know,what it might be worth ,it is orange and white no light, and watched it race in a m.x event in 1972.
geri of washington      greatni509[at]hotmail.com

Thurs, Aug. 05, 2010 10:4
Thank you for providing the translation of the shop manual. This is certainly great to have! I've been playing with Zundapp KS 601s and KS 600s on and (mostly) off for about 35 years. I hope to get my projects and inventory organized over the next few years and start putting together a few of the basket cases. By the way, I have a few nos drive shafts for the Elastic model. Sorry to hear of your mishap off-roading! Sort of puts life in perpective.
Zundappmann of New Hampshire      wmann[at]mannad.com

Tue, Aug. 03, 2010 16:53
i have a 1973 zundapp super i would like to sell very complete and runs an rides needs rear tire could anyone tell me what its worth seat is perfect color is white 419-231-0081 thanks or email rkitchen004@woh.rr.com
ray kitchen of ohio      rkitchen004[at]woh.rr.com

Sun, Jul. 25, 2010 14:15
Sheesh! It didn't take you long to show off that photo Stephen took a year or two ago in his driveway when I stopped by for a visit. There are now at least three KS601's in Washtenaw County, MI. A local artisan BMW mechanic is putting newcomer in shape for its' owner after it was purchased from an estate in Canada.
E. Daniel Ayres of Ypsilanti, MI      eayres[at]comcast.net

Sat, May 08, 2010 5:12
while helping an old friend clean out his garage. keep in mind i said old friend. he hasnt seen the floor of it in thirty years. we found a 1959 zundapp. just wondering if its worth messing with or not. i have pictures if anyone is interested. thanks tim
tim stover of new lexington, ohio      tstover19[at]yahoo.com

Tue, May 04, 2010 23:14
I schuld like to know how to adjust the ignition on my 1937 K500, the engine dont work properly.
Bo Nilsson of Sweden      bo.nilsson[at]forshedaverken.se

Tue, May 04, 2010 8:21
So you met Paul at Perry Cycle? Awesome guy! Very resourceful, knowledgeable.. it's fun just to hang out in the shop and watch his interaction with customers. I'm picking up a Rickman Zundapp 125 MX from him this week. I used to have a '72 back in the day.. reclaiming my youth? Should be a un project!!
karl of Elma, NY      turbokh[at]msn.com

Wed, Apr. 28, 2010 5:19

have two zundapp engines one is a trophy two fifty is any body interested?


dean zumbrunnen of embarrass mn 55732      dgz[at]northlc.com

Tue, Apr. 27, 2010 22:27
I met you at Eustis AMC meet on Saturday but we were continually interupted by a rude guy who kept pricing your items would walk off and then return only to interupt our discussion. So I walked off. I have a K-800 it's Doc Patts old machine and Ken Smith says Doc had it as a runner. I'm in need of the front alum. cover that shields the dist. etc and the rear cover that hides the carb. It was run as a metal flake blue chopper in Virginia in the 60's and still sports some that paint on the forks. Cowhorn H/B english brake &clutch levers no lights good fenders and and serviceable wheels. exhaust complete and original appearing but no plating. Heads have lots of broken fins. For now I plan on trying to find a front cover and rear carb cover. Its got an Amal Monoblock carb. installed which will have to do for now. I have a deep supply of Brit. vintage Amal carbs & parts but it would be good to have an amal Fisher for it if thats what it had orig. So if you can steer me in the right direction for parts or have any you'd be willing to part with let me know. Thanks for your attention to this note. All the Best Carleton Palmer Putney Vt.
Carleton Palmer of vermont      flashvin[at]comcast.net

Wed, Apr. 21, 2010 18:19
Greetings everyone, It has been a very long spell, but I think we've got the bugs worked out, or at least we're on the right track to getting our Guest-book back on line. Drop us a note! We'd love to hear from you. The Management!
James Marshall of In the not -so-piney-back-woods of East Texas      Zundappitis[at]zundappfool.com

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