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Sunday, January 1, 2012

1966 Harley Davidson/Aermacchi M50 Sport

I have owned this bike for a couple years.  I plan to eventually repaint it in the original  colors.




3 speed shift twist grip similar to a vintage scooter.

Light switch is typical of the cheap Italian components of the day.





Front brake is not much better than a bicycle.

16 comments:

  1. cool I have a 65 m50 do u happen to have a wiring diagram??

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    1. I do have a wiring diagram. It is at my shop. I should be able to locate it tomorrow. Contact me at OldMotoDude@gmail.com with your email or snail mail and I will get you a copy. Other good sources of Aermacchi info are Moto Italia at 707-763-1982 or the Aermacchi Yahoo Group.

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    2. I have the same bike, had the bike for about on and off for about 12 yrs I recently got the bike back and started to investigate the origins and broght me here. although mine needs restoration.

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    3. If you want good information on restoration for your M50 join the Aermacchi Yahoo Group. I also own a Srint and they've been a big help.

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  2. I have a Complete 66 M50 Sport barnyard find if anyone is interested contact me at paul@vint-73.com for pics

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    1. redtangsoo... Try paul@vint-73.com. I still have mine, but I am not looking to sell at this time.

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  3. trying to find ajug for a 1965 m50 also aheader pipe

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  4. I have one hanging in garage since 1990.will be in NY.at antique meet this weekend. See you there, ken

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  5. Iam searching for a m50 anybody have a resource for me??

    thanks
    bernard

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    1. U still looking for m50

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  6. bernard i have one i will sell rare92ta@hotmail.com

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    1. Probably $3,000 to $4,000 in really good condition (a show bike). Significantly less for one that needs work.

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