Kreidler, the German
motorcycle manufacturer had great success in the 50cc GP class
in the early seventies. Dutch tuner Van Veen tuned these engines
to great extent (19hp @ 16,000rpm, watercooled, dry clutch, custom
chassis) and won the 1971 World Championship with a Van Veen Kreidler
in the capable hands of dutch rider Jan de Vries. Two more championships
would follow in 1973, with Henk van Kessel and 1975 with Spaniard
Angel Nieto on board.
We've got our hands on this cool little fuel tank. Want one?