Welcome

Browse By

Category
  1. A (65)
  2. B (87)
  3. C (79)
  4. D (55)
  5. E (33)
  6. F (47)
  7. G (46)
  8. H (84)
  9. I (49)
  10. J (27)
  11. K (32)
  12. L (48)
  13. M (106)
  14. N (20)
  15. O (7)
  16. P (66)
  17. Q (2)
  18. R (61)
  19. S (108)
  20. T (108)
  21. U (9)
  22. V (37)
  23. W (28)
  24. X (4)
  25. Y (11)
  26. Z (10)
  27. Current Production (44)
  28. Amphibious (12)
  29. ATVs (37)
  30. Bond (10)
  31. Books (5)
  32. BSA (10)
  33. Concepts (31)
  34. Firetrucks (8)
  35. Flying Cars (10)
  36. Forecar/Tricar (39)
  37. Golf Carts (2)
  38. Harley Davidson (39)
  39. Honda (9)
  40. Indian (18)
  41. Invalid Carriages (12)
  42. Jawa (10)
  43. Messerschmitt (22)
  44. Military (38)
  45. Morgan (25)
  46. Police (14)
  47. Racing (31)
  48. Reliant (4)
  49. Royal Enfield (9)
  50. Sidecars (142)
  51. Solar Powered (4)
  52. Steam Powered (7)
  53. Tractors (23)
  54. Toys & Models (4)

The Aermacchi.

The Aermacchi.

Aermacchi

Description

Built at the Macchi Aircraft factory in Italy from 1947 the Aermachhi was powered by a flat-twin 750cc engine.  The vehicle had 8 forward gears and 2 reverse gears with power going to the rear wheels. From 1950 the engine had been updrated to a 973cc 2 cylinder air-cooled diesel engine.  The vehicle still had a fully enclosed two-seater cabin and had a variety of bodies that allowed a carrying capacity of 1.5 tons.

Detailed Information
Detailed Description

Built at the Macchi Aircraft factory in Italy from 1947 the Aermachhi was powered by a flat-twin 750cc engine.  The vehicle had 8 forward gears and 2 reverse gears with power going to the rear wheels. From 1950 the engine had been updrated to a 973cc 2 cylinder air-cooled diesel engine.  The vehicle still had a fully enclosed two-seater cabin and had a variety of bodies that allowed a carrying capacity of 1.5 tons.

In 1960 the company was acquired by Harley Davidson and renamed Aermacchi Harley-Davidson SpA.  Shortly after that another takeover saw the name change again, this time to AMF-Harley-Davidson Varese SpA.

In 1970 the 3-wheeler division was sold to Fratelli Bennan and 3-wheelers continued production in that name.

Additional Information

Additional Information

Previous URL https://3-wheelers.com/aermacchi.html