Mystery Bike?

refuge33

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Does anyone have an idea what this is? It is for sale locally for $300 and supposedly is Italian made, thanks!
 

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I think it's a conversion kit.

"spartamet"
 
Looks about like this kit being used on a step-through bike.

 
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That's a sachs motor wheel. They have a drum brake so just about any bike can fit one without losing the brakes on the rear. It can even take an old 5 speed freewheel or an ultra spaced 6 speed. If these weren't hens teeth in north america I'd like to have one.
 
That's a sachs motor wheel. They have a drum brake so just about any bike can fit one without losing the brakes on the rear. It can even take an old 5 speed freewheel or an ultra spaced 6 speed. If these weren't hens teeth in north america I'd like to have one.
From what I gather the Rotary is a Chinese knock-off of the Sach kit.
 
Looks like a Euro bike, but that tank is Chinese. The wheel kit is factory looking to me. Designed for that wheel. Looks neat though. I've never seen wheel spokes like that, interesting.
 
Ha, the wheel comes with the kit. They added that Chinese tank to it. Bike is probably a Landrider like in this pic, many different brand names.
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