1930 - 1935
Giacomasso was founded in Turin by Felice Giacomasso in 1930, who became a craftsman assembler and manufacturer. In 1931 presented the first models with 170 and 250 cc 4-stroke COM engines installed in a double cradle frame. Two years later they built their own beautiful Giacomasso 174 cc overhead valve engine and shaft drive shaft. This was followed in 1933 by a motorcycle with modern parallel twin-cylinder 500 cc and 600 cc engines, which never came into mass production. Poor sales forced the closure of the company in 1935.
The first models of this Italian brand had 175 cc two stroke blocks, which were soon replaced by the 174 cc overhead valve engines Moser. Then and
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