1959 Aermacchi Ala Azzurra 250cc For Sale

Aermacchi Ala Azzurra 250cc 1959
Aermacchi Ala Azzura (blue wing) 250cc , the rare touring version of the iconic horizontal long stroke engined machines designed by Ing Alfredo Bianchi (ex moto Parilla designer) ( 66mm bore* 72 mm stroke). Complete with V5C in my name registered as historic vehicle and age related plate. First registered in UK 1997
Machine has matching engine and frame numbers as it left the factory.
This model was built prior to the involvement of Harley Davidson so it is an original Aermacchi (as indicated by the machine castings/ logos where only Aermacchi appears. This dates it to before the Harley involvement in 1960). Machine has been rebuilt to as near standard as possible albeit with some stainless steel items to replace the plated steel parts . Only 10, 000 kms recorded however this cannot be guaranteed. Rebuilt with all items powder coated or painted in 2k epoxy paint and then lacquered over transfers (RAL 3002 carmine red excellent match for original paint for ease of touching up for all components). Wheel bearings replaced along with new alloy rims and stainless steel spokes, relined brake shoes, new tubes/ tyres. Engine in very good condition with new rings at 66. 4mm (bore is . 4mm oversize, in excellent condition ) New Italian sourced complete exhaust system, Dynamo rebuilt with NOS coils and armature but with all Italian bikes of this period there is not a great deal of output wattage. More modern solutions are more suitable if you want to do the giro!( vape power dynamo for example) Modern solid state voltage regulator with completely new wiring loom with earth to all components. New headlight rim/ glass and reflector parts.
Selling to fund other Italian rebuild projects ….

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