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Italian Motorcycles

Vittoria Motorcycles

A Brief History of the Marque

Manufactured 1931-1936 by Teodoro Carnielli in Vittorio Veneto (VV).

The Vittorio machines used 175cc and 250cc JAP, Kurchen 350 and 500cc, and 500cc Rudge Python engines. Production ceased in 1936.

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Python Four Valve Head

Rudge Python 250, 350 and 500cc engines were introduced in 1931. Borgo used 4V heads in 1920.

Postwar, the Vittorio name re-appeared with Carnielli models using 48cc NSU and 98cc Sachs engines, among others. Carnielli also produced the Moto Graziella and the Vittoria 65 scooter, a pristine example of which is displayed at the museo di casalambretta.

Sources: MC Storico Conti, Henshaw et al



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