By the time Bultaco had got to the 10th version of the Pursang, you could order one in 125, 200, 250, and 370cc versions. This replica of the factory race bikes is based on a 250cc, meaning it was a Model 192 in Bultaco’s language of internal designations.
The 244.29cc engine put out about 37 horsepower and the whole package had a dry weight just shy of 220 pounds. This example is even cooler thanks to the extensive work and the general aesthetic duplication of the factory 250 race bike, which Harry Everts probably would have been competing on. This bike has Ohlins shocks, Bailey silencer, HMI triple clamps and airbox, Mikuni carb (replacing the stock Bing), ASV levers, Renthal bars, and a KLP Racing aluminum tank.
Find this Pursang for sale in Houston, Texas with an unmet opening bid of $2,500