1973 AERMACCHI Harley-Davidson 350cc Isle Of Man TT replica of 1967 racer - XLNT CONDITION! Bike was restored by world famous Aermacchi specialist, Ron Cathcart. It has had zero miles since restoration. One of the most renowned names in Aermacchi circles is Ron Lancaster of.Lancaster Aermacchi Sprint Restorations & Parts. Mike Medford was called on to make the tank and seat unit. While the fairing is sourced from a 1960s model. The 344 cc single was rebuilt by Ron Lancaster. This example also boasts an array of upgraded components such as Magura levers, Tomaselli clip-ons, Akront rims, custom front brake drum, left side shift, and more. SOME HISTORY OF THE MARQUE. Aeronautica Macchi (soon only Aermacchi), was founded in Italy in 1912 by Giulio Macchi, on the shores of Lake Varese north of Milan, to manufacture seaplanes. Translated, Aermmachi means, "Air Machine". This led to the release of the Sprint 250 in 1961, also later offered in a 350cc size under the designations SS and SX, the former a road-bike and the latter a scrambler-style runner. Using Harley-Davidson investment capital, Aermacchi got to work and once they moved up a class from 250cc to 350cc. Aermacchi offered the first 350cc engine in 1964 - the new, bigger motor promptly scored 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 6th places at the Isle of Man (350 cc) Junior TT. Against a bunch of 2-stroke lightweight twins. After a redesign in 1966, 250cc and 350cc Aermacchi racers were models of reliability. It is these short-stroke machines - think north of 33 horsepower - that are so popular in todays AHRMA racing and historic racing around the world. With so much intermingling of parts and specifications, it is sometimes difficult to be precise about one model or another. It is thought to consist of a 350cc dry clutch motor in a 1967 Sprint H Style frame and a twin leading shoe front brake. Shift: Left side Throttle: Cable operated Frame type: Open cradle tubular and pressed steel Front Suspension: Telescopic Rear Suspension: Dual shock, Swingarm Front Brake: Drum Rear Brake: Drum Seat: Duck tail race seat Top speed: 222 km/h (138 mph), estimated. The item "1967 Harley-Davidson Other" is in sale since Sunday, December 12, 2021.
This item is in the category "eBay Motors\Motorcycles\Harley-Davidson\Other". The seller is "lotuseleven" and is located in Glendale, California. This item can be shipped to United States.