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1973 Meister Kabine K-6

1969 saw the introduction the Meister G5N, which was a very basic open platform with 2-bucket seats in tandem. One sat in the rear seat by entering from the rear and swinging the seat to one side. A flat fiberglass windshield panel, and a flimsy fiberglass roof frame incorporating a fabric tent-top was also removable. This had evolved by 1973 into a fully enclosed egg-shaped body, the K6, which used the same mechanicals. Production was limited, with perhaps 135 K5's built and 205 of the K6, if the serial numbers are an indication.

Manufacturer: Hans Meister, Graz, Austria

Model: Kabine K-6 Motor: Puch, 2-stroke Body: Fiberglass
Years Built: 1969 - 1973 No. Cylinders: 1 Chassis: Tube
No. Produced: Displacement: 49 cc Suspension Front: Rubber
No. Surviving: Horsepower: 3.5 Suspension Rear: Rubber
Length: 2 100 mm Gearbox: 4 speed Steering: Handlebar
Width: 1 080 mm Starter: Kick Brakes: Cable
Weight: 114 kg Electrics: 12 v 3 Wheels: 3.50 x 8"
Interior: 2 seats Ignition: Magneto Top Speed: 40 kph

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