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Old 12-19-04, 05:57 PM   #1
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STEYR Cobra from Austria

My Father recently passed away and I have his folding bicycle being shipped to me. My daughter could only find the Label indicating it was made in Austria, and the Word "Steyr" as well as Cobra on the bar. The wheels must be 20" or less if I remember it right, I am trying to find a website that I can look this bicycle up on, it is foldable and probably 20 to 30 years old I would guess. Help me out if you can! Thanks, Oh, it is kind of a bright yellow, and all original paint and equipment except I think my Dad had recently put new tires and inner tubes on it. Thanks for any help anyone can give me. Reynaldo
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I know absolutely nothing about folders, but I do know that Steyr was a part of the Austrian conglomeration Steyr Daimler Puch. There's a fellow called Puchultima who posts often in the Classics & Vintage forum who might have some info on it. He's very well versed in the bicycles produced by them.
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Thanks, do you know how I would reach Puchilimita?
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Thanks, do you know how I would reach Puchilimita?
Well, I'm assuming he won't mind, so here's his profile page:

http://www.bikeforums.net/members/puchultima-8545.html
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