The final tranche of photos from the Grom collection in Vransko, Slovenia.
|Cracking unrestored german Imme R100.|
Very unusual and striking design. A lot of features
ahead of its time. Imme is German for Bee.
|A late vintage swiss Motosacoche in the background|
and a german Standard Rex Sport model from 1938
to the fore.
|A trio of Indians. A 4, a Scout and a Prince.|
|Tomos 50cc racer.|
|Military corner. A Kettenkrad in the background,|
a Welbike hiding away up on a shelf and a Moto
Guzzi Nuovo Falcone in the foreground.
|Closer up on that Kettenkrad and a Zundapp KS750 Wehrmacht|
combo from 1940 in front of it.
|Late thirties DKW SB200 two stroke.|
|Lovely Jawa 500cc ohc twin. A beautifully|
styled bike. The headlamp nacelle was allegedly
copied by Turner for Triumph and the engine
is fairly obviously inspiration for Kawasaki's
W650 despite claims that it is a Triumph clone.
|Difficult to find an angle to take a photo of this|
machine but I wanted to include it as it is a
bit unusual. On the face of it it looks like a fifties
NSU but look at the tank and it says NSU Pretis.