1954 - 1962
MDS ( S.r.L. Fratelli Scoccimarro, Milano) was an Italian brand of motorcycles founded by brothers Giacomo, Mario and Tonino Scoccimarro, who in 1955, had a lightweight motorcycle with a four-stroke OHV 65-cc engine. In 1955 they began manufacturing a small overhead valve single cylinder with their own 70 cc, 75 cc and 80 cc engines. The aluminum cylinder and crankcase were cast in one block, while three-speed gearbox is in a semi block. The frame was open, the average diameter wheels fitted with 2.75-16 tires, with a telescopic fork front suspension and rear swing arm. The production remained virtually unchanged until 1958. Until 1960, the company, it concentrated on building productive conventional motion engines, with four-stroke engines of 70 cc, 75 cc and 80 cc, and a 65 cc scooter, also with a four-stroke engine. Even before 1960, production was terminated.
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