1931 SanSouPap 247cc Model SS25A 'Coursifiée'.
Frame no. 10307
Engine no. CX 10371
Originally in Paris, the San-Sou-Pap factory the distinctive name meaning 'Without valves' was established in 1923, later moving to Pantin where it established a reputation as a good-quality maker of small two-strokes in what was an era of increasing post-war demand for economical transport. Originally using engine units by Ets. Train of Courbevoie, the range expanded with other power-plants, including four-stroke ones, when San-Sou-Pap became part of the Rovin concern based at Colombes. Both San-Sou-Pap and Rovin closed their doors in 1932.
This machine is a rare example of the SS25A, San-Sou-Pap's last two-stroke model, retailed then at 4,350 francs. Retaining the original mechanical parts, including the hand-change, kick-start 'box, this example is well-presented in 'racerised' trim with Gurtner carburetor, Excelsior steering-damper and a mudguard pad.
- La machine est propose avec Certificat d'immatriculation.
This machine is now offered with Certificat d'immatriculation.