This is a very rare find indeed.
reputed to be one of the 37 "black" editions made as a homage to the owners (count bosell,the "b" of fd)i) cousin who died tragically at the age of 37
engine and frame match and is 100% original,fully operational and an easy starter (not like most italian beauties)
a fine example of beautiful italian design and engineering ,not over restored but excellent working condition throughout,even the lights are fully working. In fully working order with a complete spare usable engine
reputed to be an entry to the motogiro d'italia in 1957 only enforces the provinence of ths delighful machine
this motoleggera (small engine) was mondials masterpiece after taking the manufacturer to the world championships in 1957. in both the 125 cc and 250cc classes.
after this success mondial started production,specialising in high performance small displacment road motorcycles,and this machine is that deravatiave. Of those winners
each machine hand made to exacting mechanical and cosmetic standards as shown in this example.
in 1957 soichiro honda approached mondial owner count boselli and he gave him a 125cc bike hond used it as a standard to which he aspired and still now is on display wt honda's motegi collection hall
a testement to fine engineering and beautiful design that is unmistakbly italian
i have the facitiy to deliver if required after funds have been cleared.
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