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Note that I have just transferred this site to it's current domain and I'm in the process of making some major updates and changes. A number of the links don't work, some pages are messed up such as not showing images, etc. Please bear with me as I get everything in good order!                  Chuck 01-16-18

   When I first posted this site in the mid '90s there was virtually no info on Zundapp KS601's on the internet. You could search till your phone company dropped you, your modem fried, and your wife and dog left without finding a single page. Things have improved dramatically, although resources for the KS601 are still a bit sparse. For awhile you needed to be able to stumble along in Dutch and German but, these days, the Chrome browser generally does a pretty decent job of translating the pages. Still, while there are now a number of good to excellent parts sources that were undreamed of just a few years ago and a Zundapp user group on Yahoo that can be very informative, there are also many sites that look good at a glance but fail to come through with any really useful info.

My intent for this site is to provide technical data that is still pretty hard to come across on the internet and links to those sites which are the grains of wheat in all the chaff. Also, I hope it acts as a magnet to pull in some of the collective knowledge that is out there but not yet readily available to Zundapp KS601 owners on the internet. I am always looking for Zundapp KS601 links and parts sources, so please pass them along if you know of useful sites that are not listed on my links page.

Note also that I have a website dedicated to old Dodge Power Wagons and, via the "Some Other Stuff" link to the left, I'm adding some pages on other compelling interests of mine, early vacuum tube computing and SAGE system radar among them. I have a particular interest in SAGE gap filler radars as I just coincidentally live within view of one of the perhaps three remaining basically intact examples in the country, ours residing atop our beloved Mt. Baldy, a 250' dune between Lake Michigan and Saugatuck-Douglas where I live. I will put in a special request right here for any maintenance info or documentation you might know of regarding the Lewyt FST-1 Coordinate Data Transmitter and Bendix AN/FPS-18 radar.

I ask that if you should copy content from this website that you attribute it appropriately.

Last updated 02-17-18
Email:  mechanique at wmol dot com

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