1923 - 1940
Ancora (Tacchini & Pracchi later Pracchi & Co.. Ditta and Umberto Dei & Co., Milano (1923-1939)) manufactured motorcycles in Milan and in 1923 launced with a motor bike using a Villiers two-stroke 147 cc engine in a Touring and Sport version. In 1924, a new model come out with an Villiers two-stroke 247 cc engine, while in 1926 they produced a model with a 122 cc two-stroke, a model with 172 and a 247 cc two-stroke engine.
In 1927 models were: the tip 175 and 250 cc, in normal versions, sport and race, while in 1928 there was a 122 cc moped and two with 147 cc and 172 cc engines. Complete the range of two models 250 cc and 350 cc engine with two-stroke Villiers with three speeds.
In 1931, they produced a bike with a three-speed engine and a 175 cc Villiers.
In 1936, a single model with a 250 cc two-stroke engine was build. In 1940, they offered an Anchor with 175 cc two-stroke but soon after the doors closed.
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