KTM is the largest factory of the Austrian motorcycles. Established in 1934, it has become famous for the production of off road motorcycles that have won major competitions across the board in Motorcycle racing.
The company’s first title was secured shortly thereafter with the 1954 Austrian 125 national championship. KTM first made an appearance at the International Six Days Enduro in 1956 where Egon Dornauer secured a gold medal. Racing continued to be a testing ground for production technology, but next in line was its first scooter, the Mirabell. It started providing a factory team for the ISDE in ’64. As the company continued to expand, the workforce totaled 400 in 1971, and forty years after it was founded, KTM was offering 42 different models
This motorbike, built in the 1973, is recently restored. Aesthetically immaculate and mechanically very sound this lovely looking bike comes to the sale with an historic certificate released from the FIAT Register.