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Frame no.: *10683*

Engine no.: *06257*

Vesting was a historic brand of bicycles and mopeds in the Netherlands. The founder of this Haarlem bicycle factory was Otto Dik. The mopeds he produced were somewhat special because in some case they had double shock absorbers on the rear fork, a set of which was attached to the passenger seat. They were equipped with a HMW 50 N two-stroke engine in a Paperino frame. The Galletti moped scooter was also sold under the name Vesting.  The Vesting Corsa 1956 had a 49cc Demm engine block.

All the lots in this sale will be sold ‘as is/where is’ and Bidders must satisfy themselves as to the provenance, condition, age, completeness and originality prior to bidding.

Engine: Single cylinder OHV 2-stroke

Starter: Kick-starter

Bore & stroke: 39 x 40 mm

Engine Capacity: 49cc

Maximum power: 2.2 bhp [HP] @ 6,500 rpm

Valve: OHV (Overhead Valves)

Valves per cylinder: 2

Cooling system: Air cooling

Sparks per cylinder: 1

Lubrication: Wet sump forced circulation with mechanical gear pump

Transmission: Gear primary, chain final

Clutch: Cable operated with multiple wet disk in oil bath

Gearbox: 3-Speed gearbox with handlebar control

Throttle: Cable operated

Frame type: Pressed steel frame

Front Suspension: Telescopic fork and shock absorbers

Rear Suspension: Swingarm with hydraulic shock absorbers

Front Brake: Drum

Rear Brake: Drum

Front tire: 2 x 23”

Rear tire: 2 x 23”

Seat: Dual seat

Fuel tank capacity: ca.10 Liter

Fuel consumption: 1 liter per 70 km

Top speed: 60 km/h (37.28 mph)

Weight: ca. 50 Kg

List price at that time: 665 Dutch Guilders 

(With instruction and maintenance booklet)

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