Dorotheum is auctioning two-wheel rarities: classics from 1948 – 1991

Lohner Superroller LB 200 With Lohner sidecar (1955).
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Bernardet C 50 (1951).

Douglas Vespa 125 2L2 (1952).

Glass Goggo 200 (1953).

Heinkel Tourist 101 A0 (1953).

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Lambretta 125 M Tipo A (1948).
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Lambretta 125 M Tipo A (1948).

Bernardet C 50 (1951).
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Bernardet C 50 (1951).

Douglas Vespa 125 2L2 (1952).
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Douglas Vespa 125 2L2 (1952).

Glass Goggo 200 (1953).
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Glass Goggo 200 (1953).

Heinkel Tourist 101 A0 (1953).
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Heinkel Tourist 101 A0 (1953).

Maico Maicomobil Mb 175 200 (1953).
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Maico Maicomobil Mb 175 200 (1953).

Rumi Scoiattolo (1953).
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Rumi Scoiattolo (1953).

Terrot Vms 2 (1953).
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Terrot Vms 2 (1953).

Achilles Sport 175 (1955).
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Achilles Sport 175 (1955).

Kreidler Scooter R 50 (1955).
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Kreidler Scooter R 50 (1955).

Lohner L 125 (1955).
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Lohner L 125 (1955).

Lohner Superroller LB 200 With Lohner sidecar (1955).
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Lohner Superroller LB 200 with Lohner sidecar (1955).

Rumi Formichino (1955).
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Rumi Formichino (1955).

Rumi Scoiattolo (1955).
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Rumi Scoiattolo (1955).

Josef Walter Co Colibri 54 standard.
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Josef Walter Co Colibri 54 standard.

Lohner L 125 (1956).
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Lohner L 125 (1956).

Puch 125 Sv (1956).
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Puch 125 Sv (1956).

Triumph Tessy Luxus (1956).
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Triumph Tessy Luxus (1956).

Douglas Vespa 125 (1957).
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Douglas Vespa 125 (1957).

Peugeot F M C S557B (1957).
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Peugeot F M C S557B (1957).

Victoria R200 Peggy (1957).
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Victoria R200 Peggy (1957).

Heinkel Tourist 103 A1 (1958).
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Heinkel Tourist 103 A1 (1958).

HMW 50 S Sport (1958).
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HMW 50 S Sport (1958).

KTM Mecky (1958).
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KTM Mecky (1958).

Rumi Formichino Sport (1958).
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Rumi Formichino Sport (1958).

BSA Sunbeam B2 (1960).
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BSA Sunbeam B2 (1960).

Lambretta Li 125 (1960).
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Lambretta Li 125 (1960).

IWL Sr 59 Berlin With Campi Anhaenger (1961).
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IWL Sr 59 Berlin With Campi Anhaenger (1961).

Heinkel Tourist 103 A2 (1963).
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Heinkel Tourist 103 A2 (1963).

Puch R 50 (1966).
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Puch R 50 (1966).

Suzuki Rv 125 (1976).
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Suzuki Rv 125 (1976).

Puch Magnum X 50 Minicross (1982).
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Puch Magnum X 50 Minicross (1982).

Vespa Cosa 125 (1991).
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Vespa Cosa 125 (1991).

Rumi Turismo (1952).
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Rumi Turismo (1952).

HMW 75 R Bambi (1958).
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HMW 75 R Bambi (1958).

Puch M 125 (1970).
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Puch M 125 (1970).

Dorotheum is auctioning two-wheel rarities

Classic from 1948 to 1991

Lots of rare two-wheeled classics that were built between 1948 and 1991 are being auctioned on the Dorotheum auction platform.

VEspecially the younger semesters may not know what to do with each of the manufacturers mentioned in this article. Connoisseurs and classic lovers, on the other hand, should have a lot of fun with the two-wheelers from the RRR collection offered on the Dorotheum auction platform. RRR stands for "Scooters, scooter mobiles, rarities". Accordingly, there are also some scooter mobiles and tricycles in the collection. For those who do not know what to do with the term scooter, here is a brief explanation: Scooters or cabin scooters are small cars from the first years after World War II that were offered as an alternative to full-fledged passenger cars. The vehicles were partly based on components that are normally used in motorcycles and scooters.

Two-wheelers from Lambretta, Heinkel, Lohner & Co.

Since we are on a portal that primarily deals with motorcycles and scooters, the focus of this article is on the two-wheelers that are being auctioned at Dorotheum. Some two-wheelers with a sidecar have also made it into the picture gallery above. The oldest two-wheeler is from 1948. It is a Lambretta 125 M (Tipo A). The youngest two-wheeler, on the other hand, was built in 1991 and should be familiar to most motorcycle enthusiasts: the Vespa Cosa 125. Otherwise there are a lot of two-wheelers from manufacturers such as Heinkel or Lohner, which are hardly known today, in the collection. Rarities that are in great demand, such as the Suzuki RV 125 (1976), which are rarely found in this country, can also be found on the auction portal.


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The Suzuki RV 125 has become a real rarity in Germany.

Not all vehicles are in good condition. The papers are also missing for some vehicles. Vehicles that have already been restored have also made it into the RRR collection. It is no longer possible to place an order online – but we did not want to withhold the various classics that you don’t see too often. There is also a buyer hotline on Dorotheum, which interested parties can still contact, at least for the moment (as of July 10, 2020). The survey

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Conclusion

The two-wheelers offered at Dorotheum can easily be viewed as a journey into the past. The models offered there are rarely seen on German streets and some of them are real rarities.

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