Post Sale Update: This Maserati sold for the BIN of $7,500.
You’d be forgiven if you didn’t know Maserati dabbled outside of automobiles – but their sweet trident logo also adorned some beautiful motorcycles. Here’s an example of the two-stroke L2, launched in 1954.
After WWII, getting around via automobile was too expensive for the average Italian. Maserati tried to get in on the huge surge of scooter and motorcycle manufacturers by buying and absorbing Italmoto. The L2 was the first all new design from Maserati, featuring a 123cc engine. By ’57, Maserati was struggling and it closed in 1960. After they were revived, Maserati only made cars. For more on this history of Maserati Motorcycles, check out this link.
This example has 11,739 miles and is claimed to be in good running and riding condition.Find this Maserati Tipo 125/T2 for sale in Tarzana, California with bidding up to $898 and the reserve not yet met
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