Fahrzeugbau Ing. Hans Meister
Graz -Thal, Austria
Fahrzeugbau Ing. Hans Meister was a manufacturer of small automobiles from Austria . The brand name was Meister (Master) .
Hans Jörg Meister founded the company in 1962. Location was at the Elisabethinergasse 8 in Graz. He started with the production of invalid vehicles. In 1969, larger, automotive-like vehicles were added. The production and the company headquarters were relocated to Thal near Graz. 1979 ended production. In total, about 1500 vehicles were created.
The company produced light vehicles. For driving the three-wheeled vehicles usually one made single-cylinder engine of Puch with 49 cc engine capacity and 3.5 hp power. The G 5 N moped cabin consisted of a tubular frame and a body made of plastic .The drive was performed on one of the two rear wheels. The maximum speed was indicated at 40 km / h. The K 5 There were both open and with a closed cabin tricycle vehicle with Steered front wheel, low-lying center of gravity, optimum wheel load division, all wheels individually cushioned.A shock-resistant safety frame made of precision steel tubes. Transport vehicles were also built (type designation T5) noted as Tax-free, use from 16 years of age possible. With No parking worries, no towing of goods to and from the parking lot the rear drop side leaves Fold down and fasten horizontally so that goods can be transported with a length of 2.50 m.. High driving comfort, excellent suspension, good road holding and rock solid construction. With the high-performance motor 3.5 hp from Steyr-Daimler-Puch AG.Corrosion-proof plastic tank handlebar lock, bag hook, bell, rear-view mirror, tools.Paintwork: red.
Meister Transportmoped T5 Technical details and specifications
DIMENSIONS AND WEIGHT:
length 2.32 m
width 1.10 m
height without roof 0.94 m
height with roof 1.58 m
Maximum payload 150 kg
weight 125 kg, maximum total weight 400 kg
interior width 1.00 m
interior height 0.23 m
interior length 1.00 m
Wheels: 3.50 x 8.00
snow chains possible.
front and rear cranklow-vibration bearings made oftung-free, wear-resistant plastic
unbreakable,fabric suspension:progressive rubber pressure spring elements with internal damping.
oversized in all three wheels
brakes with150 mm drum diameter
SteyrDaimler-Puch, Type E 50 W
49 cm 33.5 hp, 2-stroke system
TRANSMISSION DRIVE LINE:
on request automatic transmission
Operation on steering,accelerating and brakes.
drive train swing combined engine with the right rear wheel
Chain drive to rear wheel.
Lighting system: 6 volts / 17 watts
two position taillights,
Light switch and ignition switch
on the handlebars on the left: rotary shifter
on the right throttle grip and parking brake for the front wheel.
foot brake acting on both rear wheels
smooth pull starter.
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