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1962 Harley-davidson 250cc Ala Azzurra on 2040-motos

US $6,795.00
YearYear:1962 MileageMileage:19 ColorColor: Red
Location:

Ojai, California, United States

Ojai, California, United States
1962 Harley-Davidson 250cc Ala Azzurra, US $6,795.00, image 1

Harley-Davidson 250cc Ala Azzurra photos

1962 Harley-Davidson 250cc Ala Azzurra, US $6,795.00, image 2 1962 Harley-Davidson 250cc Ala Azzurra, US $6,795.00, image 3 1962 Harley-Davidson 250cc Ala Azzurra, US $6,795.00, image 4 1962 Harley-Davidson 250cc Ala Azzurra, US $6,795.00, image 5 1962 Harley-Davidson 250cc Ala Azzurra, US $6,795.00, image 6 1962 Harley-Davidson 250cc Ala Azzurra, US $6,795.00, image 7

Harley-Davidson 250cc Ala Azzurra tech info

Engine Size (cc)Engine Size (cc):250

Harley-Davidson 250cc Ala Azzurra description

1962 Harley Davidson Aermacchi Ala Azzurra 250cc Original Paint


All original, second year model of the Harley Davidson Aermacchi motorcycle. 
In 1961 Harley Davidson purchased the Italian Aermacchi motor company with 
the intension's of selling light weight motorcycles under the HD banner. The 
1962 Ala Azzurra "Blue Wing" was a very reliable runner and many were 
converted to race trim early on, so finding an all original example is very 
rare indeed. 

NOTE!  We do not know the full history of this motorcycle although we make every effort to represent this vehicle as honestly as possible.  We encourage a personal inspection prior to bidding.  This motorcycle is being offered up as a collectors item with all flaws and issues that come with being a used item.  If you would like to discuss this vehicle or make a direct offer, please feel free to contact me direct at 805 798-1802. 

This motorcycle and many others can be viewed on our website at www.batorinternational.com
Check out the walk around video of this motorcycle:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2oKBEfurZgU

NOTE! This motorcycle is selling with a as a collectors item on a clear California title!

This motorcycle is selling in "as is, where is" condition with no guarantees or warranties expressed or applied. All sales are final and we reserve the right to end the listing early as it is being advertised elsewhere. 

Shipping: We sell world wide and we can assist with export if requested. Delivery to the Los Angeles area can be arranged for an extra $250.00 over the sale price of the motorcycle. We can also assist with domestic transport arrangements as well.

Payment: Payment in full is expected within seven days from the close of the auction. Payment can be made via bank wire transfer, direct bank deposit, company or personal check or other agreed upon forms of payment. We will also accept PayPal with NO fees applied to our account for the transfer! This motorcycle will not be released until all funds have cleared our account. 
   

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