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Old 04-16-2011, 09:46 PM   #54
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Originally Posted by biker451 View Post
James Marshall and I have been buying up Zundapp manuals, parts lists and brochures; scanning them and putting them up at the Zundapp Fool site:
http://www.zundappfool.com
And the best part? They are FREE. We just really want to encourage folk to restore these great, and rare, machines.

You will find the Post-War "stuff" at:
http://www.zundappfool.com/techstuff/tech_post-war.htm

We put them up on-line in HTML/.JPG format and some are also in Adobe Acrobat .PDF and MS Word .DOC formats.

I do hope you find them of value.

Sheldon Aubut
Webmaster
http://www.zundappfool.com
sheldon@sheldonaubut.com
James, his site and his parts supply have already been of great value. The "over haul" manual set me back a bit when I realized how "old school" the engineering on these machines is. I started wrenching in the early 70's but never ran into any machines designed like these. As old school as they are, I read over and over how tough and reliable these bikes are. I surely hope to ride it someday.
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