Tourist 103A-0

The Tourist 103A-0 was not imported into the USA. However a few were brought back to the USA by travelers and returning soldiers.

For a complete discussion of the Tourist 103A-0, check out the Tourist 103A-0 spotter's guide.

Statistics

As of today, I know of 16 Tourist 103A-0s in North America. Most of these machines are displayed below...

103A-0 Owners

Ernie Banducci's 103A-0

Ernie Banducci
103A-0 / Steib Sidecar
Bakersfield, California

Dennis Carpenter's 103A-0

Dennis Carpenter
103A-0 / Royal Sidecar
South Concord, North Carolina

Scott Cole's 103A-0

Scott Cole
103A-0
Montrose, New York

Michael Dezer's 103A-0

Michael Dezer
103A-0
Miami, Florida

Mark Foster's 103A-0

Mark Foster
103A-0 / Wilmsen Sidecar
Colorado Springs, Colorado

Mark Hyman's 103A-0

Mark Hyman
103A-0
St. Louis, Missouri

Larry Jorge's 103A-0

Larry Jorge
103A-0
Fremont, California

Rick Jones' 103A-0

Rick Jones
103A-0
Southside, Alabama

Jeff Margush's 103A-0

Jeff Margush
103A-0
Indiana

Mick Marlar's 103A-0

Mick Marlar
103A-0
Santa Cruz, California

Melanie McCarthy's 103A-0

Melanie McCarthy
103A-0
Fenton, Michigan

Brian Mcnamara's 103A-0

Brian Mcnamara
103A-0
Aberdeen, Maryland

Michael McWilliams' 103A-0

Michael McWilliams
103A-0
Colorado Springs, Colorado
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Michael McWilliams' project 103A-0

Michael McWilliams
103A-0
Colorado Springs, Colorado
Functional Restoration Journal

Norm Walters' 103A-0

Norm Walters
103A-0 / Steib Sidecar
Sacramento, California

Ute Wells's 103A-0

Ute Wells
103A-0
Newport News, Virginia

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