1956 Gilera B300
The B300 was the sensation of the 1953 Milan motor show. The 300 vertical twin was virtually a doubled-up version of the well-developed 150cc single. Although lacking in power, the B300 was exceptionally smooth, easy to start and very rider-friendly. This was a luxury tourer from a company that mainly produced inexpensive small capacity bikes that were marketed in the U.S. under the Sears & Roebuck brand.
This example is not concourse but presents very well for a bike that was restored many years earlier. A great value entry bike for enthusiasts of small bore Italian bikes. Presently located with our Italian agent, the advertised price excludes shipping.
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Stock No: CC-B300
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