1953 - 1955
Owner and builder Pietro Vassena had motorcycles built in 1923 under the name Faini, in 1926 these machines were named Vassena. In 1949 he developed engines for Rumi and in 1953 a prototype of a Carniti "auto motor scooter".
IMV, between 1953 and 1955, built a 173 cc two-stroke engine with shaft drive under the name of a K2. These were lightweight motorcycle designed with a two-stroke single cylinder engine 171.1 cc, power of 7.5 bhp at 4800 rpm. The supporting cast aluminum body The four-speed gearbox in block and the final shaft drive. The telescopic front fork while the rear was formed by the swinging motor-gearbox-transmission. The machine, which features was truly original, reached 110 km/h and collecting support among many engineers. It does not appear ever mass-produced.
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