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1959 Bender Motorbike - $3500
1970's Fan Propelled Bicycle
California Motor Mount - $5000
1968 Cox Bronco Motor Bike Kit - $200
1960 Cushman Modified Rat Rod
1946 Doodle Bug Scooter - $6500
Duncan Bicycle Motor
Earnshaw Road Arro - $1800
1940 Gest Scooter
1949 Globe Model 27 - Yellow - $9500
Huffy Whizzer - $4000
1949 Jack & Heintz Twin Motor Bike - $6000
1940s Jacobson Bike
1945 Keen Power Cycle Scooter - $6000
1945 Kraft Motor Scooter - $3000
1947 LaRay Black Bike - $4000
Laray Electra Cycle
Lowther-Indian Stake Body - $9500
1948 Lowther Stylemaster - $12,500
Bill Martin Road Runner Jack & Heintz set up
Martin Road Runner burbank ca. Whizzer - $12.000
Mikey Bike The Animal Motor Bike
Mikey Bike Model S24
Mikey Bike Model 71
Monark Super Twin - $7000
1939 Motormaster - $13,500
1939 MotoScoot - $3000
1940's Motoscoot - $2200
Late 1940s MotoScoot - $5500
1964 Mustang Thoroughbred - $9000
1955 Pony Cycle - $12.000
Pony Cycle Original Unrestored - $3000
Pony Cycle Step Through - $3000
1949 Powell Custom Model P-81 Motorcycle - $6.000
1948 Roadmaster Whizzer - Blue - $3500
1948 Roadmaster Whizzer - $2900
1948 Safticycle Sportster - $2900
1951 Safticycle Commando - $3300
Sears Father & Son Motor Bike Kit - $1200
1958 Simplex Sportsman Sr. - $6000
1954 Rat Simplex - $1200
1950 Spiegel Airman Burgandy - $6000
1951 Spiegel Airman (2 speed) - $6000
1952 Spiegel Airman (2 speed) - $6000
1939 Springcycle - $1800
1960 Steen Gasser Scooter - $2000
1950 Travis Motor Bike - $1800
Whizzer Display Board
1951 Whizzer Ambassador - $6750
1939 Whizzer Model D - $2500
1950 Whizzer Service Pick-Up - $7,950
1950 Whizzer Sportsman - $4,500
1952 Whizzer Sportsman - $5,200
1965 Whizzer Wasp Bikes (1 and 2) - $4500/$5000
Whizzer Newsletter
Wyse Cycle Scooter - $17,500
1960 Yardman Motorette - $2,500

 
1951 Whizzer Ambassador Motorbike
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1951 Whizzer Ambassador Motorbike
One Year Production Only - Color Black
1,128 produced
"Big, Rangy, Rugged"


Specifications:

  • "S" model Whizzer motor
  • 4-cycle motor
  • 3 horsepower
  • Built-in generator
  • Pedal operated brakes
  • Internal brake shoes
  • 5-inch heavy gauge steel drum
  • Heavy-duty frame
  • Reinforced welds
  • Heavy gauge tubing
  • Welded motor mounts
  • Welded spring fork stop
  • Dual coil telescope spring fork
  • Quick kick starter
  • Hi-low beam headlight
  • Large motorcycle type adjustable 3-point mounted saddle
  • Deep tone, bright chrome echo tube exhaust pipe
  • Options: 5" front brake; Whizzer speedometer; Fender Tips, Front Fender Rails and Schwinn Fender Bomb

We always love hearing stories from scooter hobbyists.  Here is a great little story shared by Phil Draper

In 1954 I bought a 1951 Sportsman for $50 in Kansas City, it had leather saddle bags a chrome fuel tank, head stock and chrome headlight along with duel crash gards, fender tips and front fender light. We moved to Detroit shortly after, I was having a problem with the alternator and went to the factory on Sanford Street where they recharged the 12 pole rotor for nothing. They told us they would rebuild the motor with a new needle bearing rod and crankshaft for $35.00. We had them do it later. When it was done I rode it up to Pontiac to the factory and was given the royal tour at which time he showed me an Ambassador with a transmission with chain drive they had built for the Michigan Jackpine. In 1956 I bought a Royal Enfield Flea and separated the engine and trans putting the trans on my bike with chain drive. The tranny wasn't really heavy enough which meant many trips to Canada for new second gears. I stripped the secondary drive sprocket and replaced it with a 2! 2 tooth which gave me a lot higher top end maybe 55mph. I sold it in 1957, but always wondered what happened to Whizzer's chain drive bike I have a picture of my bike somewhere and if youd like it let me know. I'm still riding in my seventies although I have a Harley Ultra now with over 100,000 on it....Just thought you might like to hear about my Whizzer experience... Philip T Draper