Italian Motorcycles

Volugrafo Aermoto Scooters

A Brief History of the Marque

Manufactured: 1942-1944

Volugrafo Aermoto
Volugrafo Aermoto built a miniature scooter used by Italian paratroopers in WWII, and also by German forces. Some 2000 units were produced between 1942 and 1944 in Turino and later, after the factory was bombed, in Favria. The machine has folding handlebars and two front wheels bonded together as one.
Engines listed include Batua 120cc and Sachs 98cc 48 x 54 mm.
Source: Scooters du monde, 100 ans d'histoire, Wikipedia IT, MC Storico Conti

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