Model C - 600 made in 1966
(much rarer than the popular Model H).
Not run at all in ~ 7 years;
not run much since 1975.
Motor turns freely, always stored inside.
Some dents & scrapes.
Owner & service manuals.
Clean Ohio title.
Harley purchased Aermacchi in 1961 or
so to produce small bikes for the American market,
in an attempt to capture a piece of the youth
market back from Honda, et al.
Harley sold Aermacchi in 1978 to the
Castiglioni brothers, who built Cagiva from it,
which in 1985 bought Ducati, and
later Husqvarna and Moto Morini.
At first, H-D only imported the 250-cc Sprint.
These are nice little bikes, with a spine frame,
and a laid-down four-stroke engine
that is similar to that used in the
Moto Guzzi Falcone.
These were imported and improved every year
from 1961 through 1974.
In 1969, the motor was stroked to 350 cc.
1965 George Roeder set a world land speed
record of 177.225 mph for 250CC motorcycles
on a modified Harley-Davidson Sprint.
Bart Markel, aboard a Harley,
won the second of his three AMA Grand National
Dick Hammer ...won the 1963 Daytona 100
on a 250 HD Sprint when 4 strokes were
still winning road races before
the 2-stroke onslaught.
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