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This 1956 Maserati Tipo 125 Turismo Lusso was imported to the US from Italy in 2008. The bike is represented as an original survivor that has never been restored, retaining its factory paint and fittings. This is a numbers-matching bike according to the frame-mounted data tag and stamped engine number. Its original condition is also recognized by Giovanni Salmi of Moto Maserati. The engine turns but has not been run since 2008. It has been used as a display piece in recent years and is offered by the selling dealer on a California bill of sale.
Maserati built motorcycles from 1953 to 1960, and they established a reputation for style and performance with notable success in competition. This is chassis #A5676, which looks complete with original details in place. The seller notes that the wheel rims have been replaced, though the spokes are still believed to be original. The exhaust system has also been restored with a clean chrome finish.
Interesting details include the above ACI registration medallion from 1963 and original Maserati grips and trim pieces.
According to the chassis plate, this Tipo 125 TL left the factory with engine #A5533, which matches the stamping on the engine case pictured below.
Although this Maserati has been on display-only for the past eight years, the engine is noted to turn freely. The bike will need some deferred maintenance addressed to be made roadworthy.
When new, the 123cc engine produced 4.8 horsepower at 5000rpm, which was enough to propel this 176-pound dry-weight bike to a top speed of 40MPH. The carburetor is a Dellorto and the transmission is a 3-speed.
This is an unrestored example of an interesting Maserati sport bike rarely seen today.