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It is a Pursang MK 6 175 so it looks like there were at least 430 made. Probably not many more than that though. I know the USA had a class for these but not many other countries did. Graham.

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Thanks for replies just curious how many built.Need a frame for it and parts still for engine as do love the sound of a Pursang IMG_20190118_100207.thumb.jpg.82aa15c8142fa6f5b07591446b1e9c68.jpg

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The mk 6 was the only pursang to be offered in 5 capacities , 125,175,200,250,350 (326) the sherpa s scrambler had been discontinued by this time and it was this bike that traditionally had the small capacaties, 

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I bought it cheap thinking someone will have a Pursang project put on ebay.But looks like no one parting with there Pursangs.

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18 hours ago, trialsrfun said:

Spotted this on inmotion website recently it looks interesting,

https://www.inmotiontrials.com/bikes/bultaco-pursang-mk11-370-rolling-chassis/

 

16 hours ago, Old man said:

I bought it cheap thinking someone will have a Pursang project put on ebay.But looks like no one parting with there Pursangs.

Surely if you bought the engine 'cheap' with the rolling chassis advertised above you would hve an inexpensive bike.

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I have a later Mk9 370 Pursang bottom end with Mk12 370 top end that would probably go nicely in that frame, In bits though and needs rebuilding.

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