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Italemmezeta was the predecessor of Italjet, a
firm established in 1958 by Leopoldo Tartarini, son of Egisto Tartarini,
an Italian racer. Early machines employed MZ engines.
Italemmezeta was the predecessor of Italjet, a firm established in 1958 by Leopoldo Tartarini, son of Egisto Tartarini, an Italian racer. Early machines employed MZ engines.
Apparently, the firm's name changed to
Italjet in 1966. Italjet built a small number of machines for Floyd
Clymer in the late 1960's utilizing Royal Enfield 750cc engines to be
marketed under the Indian banner. Around 15 of these quite handsome
motorcycles are believed to exist. Clymer died before the project came
to fruition and the remaining 200 Enfield engines were sold to Rickman,
resulting in the Rickman Interceptors.
Italjet Bazooka 650
Italjet Grifon 650
This is not the first time Italjet has made an attempt to enter the
motorcycle market. They used to build bikes for Ducati. In the late 60's Italjet
Italjet Grifon 900 Concept