Troyce of the Sears Allstate Motorcycle Owners Club posted these photos of his PUCH scrambler. As Troyce puts it, (and I am inclined to agree) “…no doubt sold to someone with more money than sense from a Sears Auto Center or catalog (they cost much more than the standard, pressed frame bikes).”
I like what I see, high exhausts, low seat, it looks the business- especially those straps holding on the tank!
photos by Troyce Walls
hola amigos estoy buscando anillos para una puch sgs pero en mexico no los encuentro algien me puede informar como ago para conseguirlos
thank you all for sharing your pictures. They bring back fond memories of my boyhood.
Floyd Orr told me to get in touch with Troyce about my Allstate compact I just purchased. I need help with year verification and locating parts to restore my bike. Any help would be greatly appreciated. I am in the Fort Lauderdale area, as I noticed from other reading, Troyce is in Florida as well. My email is firstname.lastname@example.org
I had one back in 1964. It didn’t cost anymore than the street version. It was a great hill climber.
oh, i´m looking for such a bike, do you know one who sells one??
If yes please send me a email!!
thank you wolfgang
the first model 81094200 had 2 carbs and was 699 in 1958 I still have mine restored
bonjour je cherche un cadre de 175 ou 250 isdt ou une moto complette cordialement Daniel
je recherche une moto 175 ou 250 isdt
i am looking for one to restore
Keep your eyes peeled! I think because of the low value looking on Craigs List and Kijiji etc is a good place to look. Also ask around in Puch circles.
1964 puch isdt scrambler for sale bike in uk
i am still looking for one to restore