Author Topic: 1960 Peugeot Moped  (Read 13367 times)

Jonathan Poll

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Re: 1960 Peugeot Moped
« Reply #15 on: September 06, 2012, 07:38:22 AM »
great !  ;) oily rag - well done .and to think although not roadworthy come november this year , in the u.k. ,you would not need an m.o.t test - you would perhaps need your head seeing to ! if riding it on the road  ;)



okay i know its for pre 1960 machines  but don't split hairs  ;)

Don't worry, we have number stamps ;)

Luckily, 2 or 3 wheelers have never needed MOT's since we have lived here, but if the police caught me, first of all I don't have a license, and also the tyres are still illegal!

Oh, and I need papers to register the bloody thing ;) It had no numberplates or indicators originally, so never had papers! (well, it has never really moved in the area. It was originally sold 5 mins from our house!)
Cars: Messerschmitt KR200, Nobel 200
Mopeds:
- Peugeot BB3SP, BB3T, BB3 "BITZA", BB VT, BB104,  TSA, Bima Luxe,
- Motobecane: 50V, M7 SL, 51 Club, EV50
- Other mopeds: Malaguti Superquattro, Solex 2200, Puch Monza, Puch Maxi