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Friday, January 29, 2021

The lost French's Stella scooter

It's GONE So far, automotive products have come and gone. Over time, if automotive products from the past can survive the journey through time, then make it something that is considered classic and has high economic value

However, there are also many automotive products that are only seen for a moment or cannot last after that, as if they just disappear. They then invite curiosity and curiosity from us or maybe other automotive enthusiasts.
The Stella scooter presented at the Paris Motor Show in 1951, and marked the brand's entry into the motorized world. (Picture from: https://bit.ly/3iypUZL)
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classic scooter figure that had aroused our curiosity. Does anyone know? What is this gorgeous scooter name? Some called it Stella, and said it was made in 1951 by French company. (In our sight) at first glance it is similar to the Aldimi scooter brand of Belgium.

Then we tried to find information about this unique scooter among scooter lovers on Facebook. And based on the information we received from Jean-do DuCreusot Et Jacotte, a member of the Scooters of Germany Group on Facebook, which stated as follow, '
A French prototype called STELLA , shown by STELLA, a bicycle-moped builder located in Nantes (west coast). Few informations of the Salon de Paris 1951, tells us that it must (should) be based on a German Till Riedel scooter, 150 cc twin Riedel engine, with French homemade elegant body.... just this prototype appears in the French scooter story....'
The Stella scooter is built based on the German's Riedel Till scooter. The Till scooter while on role in the 1950 German's movie titled "Schwarzwald mädel" (The Bride of the Black Forest). (Picture from: https://bit.ly/3o8uq20)
It didn't stop there, we later also managed to find information related to the scooter mentioned above on a site in French named the Moto-Collection.org. As they wrote, that's the Stella scooter shown off at the Paris Motor Show (Salon de Paris) in October 1951. It was a French company scooter creation built based on the German's Riedel Till scooter.

The only one scooter under the Stella-brand built by the Nantes-based company with the same name that famous for its bikes, as the French company attempted to enter the world of scooter. On the event, as we could be seen the Stella scooter shown off in front of the French's rooster symbol and the range of the brand's bikes.
The rear of the Stella scooter is adorned with a superb double tail, inspired by the American Cadillac cars. (Picture from: https://bit.ly/3iypUZL)
It is assumed that all of its single-arm front and rear suspension chassis are taken directly from the Till and it comes with the choice of the Riedel 125 single or 150 twin engine. It could be said that's a fine exercise in style and an engine full of promise, with its elegant Cadillac-style double-tailed. But, the French scooter has no luck, it only live for the duration of the show. Since then no one know its existences. What a pity! 😞

That's it, and if the article above is still considered inadequate or inaccurate, or if you have additional information related to the French's Stella unique-shaped scooter, please don't hesitate to let us know via the comments column below this article. Wanna see another unique French scooter called Proto Delaplace.

Kept spur your adrenaline on the power of the two-wheeled monster and stay alive with true safety riding. May God will forgive Your sins and so does the cops...... *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | MOTOCOLLECTION.ORG | CYBERMOTORCYCLE | SCOOTERS OF GERMANY GROUP ]
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