The Benelli Quattro, introduced in 1973, was Benelli’s version of the Honda CB500 – it even had the same bore and stroke. Produced for 10 years, this bike featured an air-cooled inline 4 cylinder engine fed by four(!) Dell’Orto carbs that was capable of 45 horsepower.
This specific example is unfortunately not a runner – it needs a new battery first, but should be fine otherwise. It comes with a new chain and tires, and less than 5000 kilometers on the odometer. This would be a great restoration candidate or a bike to enjoy as a weekend rider full of patina and character.
Find it here on ADVRider for $2,000 in Eau Galle, Wisconsin.