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Hello everyone...
A friend has owned this engine for a couple of years, and plans to restore it. Could not find manufacturer.
If anyone knows anything, please reply.
Thanks a lot from Germany! ;)
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A bit more info on the rig would be helpful. Is it a tricycle? Where did it come from? Where is it now located? If it is a tricycle with a small engine, it is likely of Asian or East Indian origin. There are many tricycles used as cabs in Asian and Indian places. The badge indicates a JTC 200. The engine is of about 250 cc 2 stroke size. It does not look like any of the Japanese 2 strokes, or Bultaco or any of the none brands in North America. East Germany made many 2 strokes. So did Italy and Spain. The shape of the body work is a clue. Same with the way it was built. Some photos of the whole rig would be helpful.

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I don't have a clue as to what it is but I like the 'dustbin' look of the fender / fairing thing up front.


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A bit more info on the rig would be helpful. Is it a tricycle? Where did it come from? Where is it now located? If it is a tricycle with a small engine, it is likely of Asian or East Indian origin. There are many tricycles used as cabs in Asian and Indian places. The badge indicates a JTC 200. The engine is of about 250 cc 2 stroke size. It does not look like any of the Japanese 2 strokes, or Bultaco or any of the none brands in North America. East Germany made many 2 strokes. So did Italy and Spain. The shape of the body work is a clue. Same with the way it was built. Some photos of the whole rig would be helpful.

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Yes, this is a tricycle and is currently in southern Germany.
Origin unknown. I'll post more pictures later.
P.S. Many thanks for the effort and the detailed response.
 
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