For 1973, Feel like New Money with an Italian Harley-Davidson

Jackson Wheeler
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Harley-Davidson bought half of Italian manufacturer Aermacchi’s (formerly Aeronautica Macchi of World War I/II warplane fame) motorcycle operations in 1960 and spent the next 18 years selling Aermacchi-built bikes in the United States. Here’s a magazine advertisement for the one-year-only TX-125, which was a two-stroke one-banger from the middle of Harley-Davidson’s AMF era.

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