After the success of the Sherpa T, Bultaco released the Alpina 250, a bike specifically built for enduro riders. After 3 years, Bultaco offered a more powerful 350 variant, which you see in front of you. But this example is impressively oriignal (down to the tires) and it has covered just 212 miles.
For more information on the 250 version of the Alpina, check out this article from Hemmings. Bikes like this helped Bultaco win the world trials championship nine times in eleven years.
This example (VIN: JB-18800680) comes with an impressive amount of paperwork as well: “the owner’s manual, manufacture’s statement of origin to a motor vehicle, dealer purchase invoice, state uniform invoice, instruction card, and dealer advertisements.” The paint, decals, and finishes are all said to be original and the seller states that they do not need any refinishing. “I also have the mounting plates and brackets to install the number plate, as you can see from the photos in the description. They are brand new old stock and have been in the plastic Bultaco bag since 1977.”
Find this Alpina for sale in Elmhurst, Illinois with bidding up to $4,258 and the reserve not yet met here on eBay.