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1. Decalcomanie Mival
A variety of Mi-Val decals including Models 125 NT, NS , GS , GL , N/55 and Model 175 L
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2. Mi-Val 125cc T2 1952
Beautiful restoration at Guzzino.com. Very nice and unusual Italian 125cc Motorcycle from the 1950's. Mi-Val's ( Metalmeccanica Italiana Valtrompia ) were known for hi quality small displacement post war two strokes and hard to find many in this great condition today even in Italy. This bike is very original with its factory steering head ID frame tag, Italian license plate and matching Italian log book. Great running bike that is fun to ride and a real head turner. This bike also come with a tire pump, owners manual and extra decal set.
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3. Mi-Val Italy
In questo sito si parla di moto mival The MI-VAL was born in 1950 in Gardone Val Trompia by the Bolognese Hector Minganti and other partners, including Pietro Beretta arms factory (initially the brand means MI nganti VAL trompia, then M etalmeccanica The taliana VAL trompia). The first motorcycles produced (125 T) is an almost perfect copy of the DKW 125, both in the engine that the chassis. Models covered include: 125 GSa 125 GL 125 N/55 125 Na 125 M5L 175 M5L 200 TV 200 Prince 350/500 "Mivalino"
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4. Mi-Val Made in Italy
www.classic-motorrad.de - 75 Jahre Hockenheimring
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5. Mi-Val Motorcycles
Mi-val - Classic Italian Motorcycles from Sheldon's EMU Owner's comments, technical information, galleries, forum...
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6. Mi-Val Motorcycles - Image Gallery
Mi-Val Motorcycles - Image Gallery of Classic Italian Motorcycles from Sheldon's EMU.
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7. Mi-Val Tipo MO Mivalino Microcar
In November 1953, Metalmeccanica Italiana Valtrompio s.p.a., of Brescia, Italy, maker of Mi-Val motorcycles, took a license to produce the Messerschmitt KR 175. The company had begun as a manufacturer of machine tools, but technical director and engineer Ettore Minganti entered into partnership with gunsmith Pier Giuseppe Beretta, Giuseppe Benelli, and William Castelbarco Albani. The partners provided funding and technical support to create a new factory intended to produce cheap transportation, which was greatly in demand in post-war Italy.
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8. Mival 125 1957
Several images of a machine sold by M Keirnan
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9. Mival at Ozebook.com
Images of a 1954 175cc and a Golden Era dirtbike.
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10. Mivalino 1954
1954 Mivalino In November 1953 the Italian Mi-Val motorcycle company introduced their own version of the Messerschmitt KR-175 initially called the Messerschmitt-Mival. It was built from parts imported from Germany, but Mi-Val installed their own 171.7cc engine and called it the Mivalino. It seems production didn't start until the end of 1954 and probably ended in 1955 or 1956.
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