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The Heinkel Tourist with a 149cc four stroke engine was first introduced in 1953, but in 1956 this engine was replaced by a more powerful 174cc version which was to stay until production ceased in 1965. See more info about Heinkel Tourist scooters below.    

Heinkel scooters were built in Germany & were sold mainly in Europe, although some fine examples can be found in USA & elsewhere. With persistence you should find Heinkel scooters & spare parts available through Ebay in most of the countries listed below, but of course with only 100,000 units ever produced they are much rarer than the likes of Vespa & Lambretta. If you do not find what you are looking for through Ebay, we would suggest that you contact one of the many Heinkel owners clubs worldwide for help & advice. Failing that, please do not hesitate to e.mail us - we may just have the contact you need!!

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1953 Heinkel Tourist 101A-0

Engine Size: 149cc

First Produced: 1953

Heinkel Tourist 101A-0

This was the first production scooter that Heinkel manufactured and unlike the popular scooters of the day like Vespa & Lambretta it featured a 4 stroke engine. There were three gears operated by a twistgrip on the handlebars. This model had a 6v electrical system & was the only Heinkel scooter to have a kickstart. Needless to say that this model is very rare with only 6500 having being built in just over one year.

1954 Heinkel Tourist 102A-1

Engine Size: 174cc

First Produced: 1954

Heinkel Tourist 102A-1 1954

The main difference between this & the previous model was that the engine size was increased to 174cc with a 12v electrical system & electric start. It still retained the original 8" wheels, but did gain a speedometer & a glovebox mounted behind the legshield. A total of 17,500 of this model were manufactured until August of 1955.

1955 Heinkel Tourist 103A-0

Engine Size: 174cc

First Produced: 1955

1955 Heinkel Tourist 103A-0

From August 1955 the Heinkel 103A-0 was produced with 10" wheels & a four speed gearbox. This model was generally heavier resulting in a higher fuel consumption, but compensated for by having a faster & more comfortable ride. Over 34,000 of this model were manufactured between August 1955 & September 1957.

1957 Heinkel Tourist 103A-1

Engine Size: 174cc

First Produced: 1957

Heinkel Tourist 103A-1

Small improvements both aesthetic & mechanically were made for this model. The handlebars were changed from the chrome tubular ones that all previous models had to a cast assembly that accommodated the instrument panel. The engine benefited from a change to two bearings & new rubber mounts giving the 103A-1 improved comfort & reliability. A total of 50,050 were built.

1960 Heinkel Tourist 103A-2

Engine Size: 174cc

First Produced: 1960

1960 Heinkel Tourist 103A-2

This was the last scooter model that Heinkel manufactured. The only mechanical modification from the previous model was to the front telescopic forks, these were changed to a two sided trailing link fork. The most obvious change was to the rear end which had a complete make over to look more up to date with the times. After 5 years of production & 55,000 being built, production of Heinkel scooters ceased.

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