Very beautiful Aermacchi Harley Davidson Ala Verde
EUR 5,950JPY 718,046BGN 11,637CZK 158,657DKK 44,337GBP 5,362HUF 2,097,672PLN 26,589RON 28,780SEK 62,305CHF 6,321ISK 929,985NOK 63,531HRK 44,964RUB 477,281TRY 45,789AUD 9,624BRL 35,770CAD 9,064CNY 47,189HKD 51,757IDR 96,901,819ILS 22,947INR 498,735KRW 8,011,913MXN 150,564MYR 28,633NZD 10,236PHP 330,439SGD 9,314THB 207,762ZAR 114,098
Offered for: EUR 5,950
This Aermacchi was part of a collection.
In 1965 the motorcycle was delivered new in the Netherlands. Until 1991 the motorcycle was owned by the first owner and from 1991 to 2004 the second. The third owner has had the motorcycle in the company stock / collection
The Aermacchi has recently been 'in our stable'.
The Aermacchi has hardly been used after restoration and is in concourse condition.
The motorcycle is exceptionally beautiful.
Even so beautiful that it is now in my office.
It is actually a work of art.
Others buy a painting or vase, but I prefer a motorcycle as art.
The fuel tank is coated on the inside.
The motorcycle was once stored without fuel.
So after filling the gas tank and installing a new battery, the motorcycle ran immediately.
Everything works, including the lighting.
Aeronautica Macchi (later "Aermacchi") was founded in 1912. Aermacchi started manufacturing Airplanes. After World War II, Aeronautica Macchi came under strict Allied control, but production of training aircraft, such as the De Havilland Vampire and Fokker S.11, was quickly restarted. However, it was not enough to offer employees a job and they started producing triporters immediately after the war and from 1950 also motorcycles.
In the 50s and 60s they built many 250 and 350cc single-cylinder four-stroke engines. Aermacchi was bought by Harley-Davidson in the 1960s and focused on producing two and four-stroke engines.
The motorcycles produced by Aermacchi were quite successful in the post-war Italian market, thanks in part to their track successes. Aermacchi designed and produced models with the Italian word "Ala" (wing) in her names, such as "Ala Verde", "Ala Blu" and "Ala d'Oro" ("green wing", "blue wing" and "golden respectively"). wing "), but the company was small and in a weak financial position, despite a gradual improvement in sales of the 11 and 15ci (175 and 250cc) four-stroke engines with their characteristic horizontal cylinders.
This technique was what attracted Harley: The Aermacchi singles were modern and lightweight for their time, but the Italians needed investment to continue making them. A deal was made and Harley-Davidson bought the entire company, after which Aermacchi exported the singles to America, complete with Harley-Davidson badges. They were successful, and despite the fierce competition from the Japanese, they continued to sell until the 1970s, although they became increasingly old-fashioned by then, despite the later addition of electric start.
The pace of development of the Japanese was so high that Aermacchi was unable to keep up with the Japanese and sales began to decline. In 1978 sales of Harley Davidson in the USA also collapsed and Aermacchi group was sold to Cagiva / MV Agusta.
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