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Colombo O.C.M.A. moto d'epoca

L'Officina Costruzioni Motori Ausiliari, O.C.M.A. appunto, con sede a Milano in piazza San Eustorgio, costruisce un motore ausiliario a due tempi di 98 cc.

Espone, al salone di Milano del 1923, un'altro motore ausiliario a due tempi questa volta di 125 cc con cambio a due rapporti e trasmissione finale a cinghia, viene anche fornita la bicicletta a motore completa.

The Officina Costruzioni Motori Ausiliari company, O.C.M.A., based in Piazza San Eustorgius, Milan, manufactured auxiliary power units, two-stroke engines of 98 cc.

At the 1923 Milan Show they exhibited another two-stroke auxiliary engine of 125cc featuring a two-speed gearbox, and reportedly also displayed a complete motorcycle.

Source: Moto di Lombardia

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