Priced at SOLD. The Berini M13 was originally a cyclmotor that you would purchase & attach to your push bike (mounted above the front wheel). At the end of the 1950's it was decided to manufacture a complete machine with the model name being the Berinin M13 Moped. Presumably this was done to cash in on the growing popularity of the moped, since the cyclemotor market was all but dead by this time. Although the M13 had been one of the better cyclemotor attachments, being a simpler design & reliable (for a cyclemotor), sadly it was not a success in the moped market, no doubt with its lower engine capacity counting against it. This example is being sold as tatty for restoration. Comes with the latest DVLA V5C registration document, is registered for free road tax under the 'Historic Vehicle' class & has the added bonus of being MOT exempt.