They built 125cc motorcycles using frames sourced from Monfort. These were followed by the 200cc Nito in 1954, and a three-wheeler named Bambi also of 200cc. There was also a motocarro, and a 4-wheeled microcar of which few were produced.
Production halted in 1956 and the company was acquired by Monfort.
November 14, 2001
First thing, sorry for my no very good English.
If it's possible I would like to know something about ALEU motorcycles made in 50's in Spain.
The question is:
What kind of engine had the first Aleu?. I have three possible answers 49cc, 100cc or 125cc, but I don't know it exactly.
Thank you very much and regards from Spain.
Francisco Lorenzo. -- pakitopako at altavista dot com
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