Regina Type 0, no. 1

Below a few photos of my 1st HOREX Regina.

I bought it in April 2010, almost as it is right now. Just a few changes, like

– pillion seat
– replaced carburetor back to original

 

 

Here now a few photos

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Last year the engine house broke, at the right side main shaft gearbox. It is a known critical area.

That was the time to overhaul the entire enginee.

Crankshaft, all bearings, housing got strengthend an welded, cylinder and piston…..

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That’s how it looks while a bearing falls apart.

Now it runs perfectly again…

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