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italjet piuma t250

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hi guys does anyone know how many of these were made ?the one i have has marzochhi forks and alloy spindles so i assume it must be one of the later ones maybe 84 ish?

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ive got a 350 sam model both rare then and now

 

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 Hi bikestat,would be surprised if anyone even on here had the numbers,

Feeling  Appleyards were the importers then ,still about so they might know.

As Nigel said very rare rode a 350 (325) I think in the 84 Six days same as yours so it'll be late 83,84 ish.

Notable riders were Peter Cartwright and Gerald Richardson.

Phillip Berlatier was there man in WTC.

All I know .

Happy hunting.

 

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Italjet do still have a website which has their bike history on it. It might have the numbers made on that. I don`t think I can put the web address up but a hint is italet.com . 

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Didnt think it was appleyards. Roy Cary?

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FYI the the bottom end of the engine is possibly Ducati in origin as on the 125 SIX DAYS model of that era.

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Good find bully, I'd forgotten about the obvious Yamaha link in the Seventies.

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Hello,

due to the information from the book “Trial made in Italy” by italian journalist Giulio Mauri and Fontsere Valenti.

 

These units have been build…

Italjet t250 piuma: 20 unities
Italjet t250: 370 unities.

Production from september 1982 till march 1984

 

Regards

Peter

 

 

 

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On 1/23/2017 at 0:03 PM, oni nou said:

FYI the the bottom end of the engine is possibly Ducati in origin as on the 125 SIX DAYS model of that era.

Yes the engine cases are the same as this ducati 

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20 units? ive got one and so has @bikestat within a few miles of each other can that be right? 200?? @psla

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On 23/01/2017 at 4:47 PM, nigel dabster said:

Didnt think it was appleyards. Roy Cary?

Appleyards were the last importer of these bikes. I think Harglo preceeded Sandifords as Beta importer before John Lampkin took it on. So I'm not sure who imported Italjet before Appleyards 

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12 hours ago, baldilocks said:

Appleyards were the last importer of these bikes. I think Harglo preceeded Sandifords as Beta importer before John Lampkin took it on. So I'm not sure who imported Italjet before Appleyards 

Beta was something to do with Roy Carey after sandifords?

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