After its take-over by Argentine industrialist Alejandro de Tomaso, Benelli launched a range of new four- and six-cylinder sports bikes in the 1970s. Smallest of the range was the 250 (actually 231cc) Quattro which, when deliveries commenced in 1979, was one of the most expensive 250s on sale anywhere, its specification did however include cast alloy wheels, Brembo disc brakes and an electric starter. A couple of years later the model was restyled and renamed, becoming the 254 Quattro.
The example on offer comes complete with Nova confirmation and is ready for a new custodian ready for further renovation work.
|Auction||The Carole Nash MCN London Motorcycle Show|
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