1956 Moto Devil 175
You would have a devil of a time finding another example of this 1956 Moto Devil 175 race bike—it’s the only one of its kind. This factory racer has one-off, sandcast crankcases, makes 20 horsepower, and was capable of more than 100 mph. The company first made gears for Fiat, and began making
motorcycles in 1953. Soon after it began winning races. Two-stroke models were similar to the MV Agusta 160, and the 175 four-stroke resembled the Parilla 175. The resulting lawsuits contributed to the end of the company. This beautiful bike is the only existing example of the 175 Formula 3 racer!