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We know that there are many thousands (millions?) of motorcycles stolen around the world every year. Some of them are Zündapps, and as we do get a lot of owner traffic, as a service to our community we'd like to list stolen Zündapps here. We'll be happy to post your information with photos, each on their own page. Send the below information to   The more information you provide us the better the chances of a recovery!

I am James Marshall of ZUNDAPP FOOL and I have set up this special page on my web site to give your machine as much attention as I can. This will be in addition to any other web presence. Should you recover the motorcycle, you must immediately contact me so that I can withdraw the alert.

I will need your contact information:
your name -
your email address -
your mail (post) address-
your telephone contact # -
Address and Telephone Number will not appear on the Web site unless you want it there.  Otherwise we will keep it confidential.

your Interpol contact # / local police or sheriff contact # -
your local Interpol contact email / local police or sheriff contact email -
Motorcycle serial #   -  sidecar serial #  -  sidecar model  -  sidecar make -

Photos - front, back, left side, right side, above shot, close-ups of engine #, frame #, sidecar frame #, cylinders if numbered, any unusual or quirky marks or anomalies that would identify your particular machine that would not be found on someone else's machine (things like a dent in an unusual place, or  a deformed piece, or a part or piece that got put on backwards, things like that).

Any secret marks that you may have placed on the machine to identify it (These secret marks would not be published, but would be for identification by authorities), specific RAL color and primer color, and anything else you can think of that would help to recover your machine.

Photos should be about 3000(+)X4000(+) pixels so that I can edit to my best advantage. Photos must be in color. This may not help recover your moto, but it will sure as hell make it more difficult for the thief to get rid of it.  And making thieves extremely uncomfortable is what it takes to get things to surface, because they want to get away from the item as quickly as they can. I don't believe we can ever stop this kind of crap, but together we can make theft a lot more difficult.

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