"64 Corsaro

The US models of the Corsaro were called Hurricane, Cyclone or Jaguar.
In the US, Sbarazzino was called Thunder Chief
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Technosigno
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"64 Corsaro

Post by Technosigno » 02 Mar 2012, 14:50

Daar uit een nieuw lid. Ik heb een "64 corsaro 125cc dat ik herstel. Zoals u kunt zich voorstellen, delen zijn moeilijk te vinden in de Verenigde Staten. Uw hulp zou worden zeer gewaardeerd.

Hier zijn enkele van de delen I kijk hier voor-
achterzijde "hub" cush rijden bushings
fork seals
clip-op handlebars

Thank u voor uw hulp.

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Post by hombre » 06 Mar 2012, 10:23

Hi welcome here, Google Translate is fun right? ;-)

There are not many Corsaro's around here either but we are closer to Italy.
Fork seals should be available from a local shop I think, unless they have really awkward size. About the other parts I don't know, but I'll keep a lookout, you never know what we bump into.

If you have some pics or more specs it might make searching easier.

best,
Hans

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Post by Technosigno » 06 Mar 2012, 13:11

Hans,
Photos to follow. My translation wan't too good eh?
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Post by 350-v-twin » 06 Mar 2012, 14:20

Hi Technosigno,

Welcome!

Indeed, the translation was louzy, but good enough to understand what you need :P

Keep an eye at www.ebay.it You can find many Corsaro parts on the Italian Ebay site.

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