1972 Malanca 5 Marce


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The legendary Malanca Testa Rossa 50 entered production in the late 60s and made many significant advances in the production of 50 cc motorcycles. The Daspa frame incorporated the best technologies available at the time, while the engine was designed internally and evolved into two four- and five-speed versions by 1974. This version features a new saddle design with rear guards and some modifications to the chassis, mainly the front braces to make space for the new engine. This was completely new compared to the preceding version, on the other hand, with a diamond-shaped casing, cast iron cylinder with large, square fins, and a showy fan-shaped head, which was no longer painted red.