|ISO 236cc Proband motorcycle|
1948 - 1966
ISO (Isothermos S.p.A) initially were manufactures of refrigerators and accessories for railways, then Isothermos bought the rights to Ferret scooters. In 1950 they introduced a modified dual-piston engine 123 cc version two-stroke engine, which followed a separate second lubrication system and a transmission shaft.
In 1955, a 49 cc Iso moped was built called the Isociclo. At the end of the fifties was the interest in scooters and seriously back in 1960 yielded only one Iso transportation vehicle and a 150 cc scooter model.
In 1961 they launched a number of motorcycles from 125 cc to 200 cc, two years later, ISO passed on motorbikes and began the production of luxury cars. Renzo Rivolta, who now owned the brand had decided that the Iso Rivolta sports car was more to promise and therefore the scooter production was put on the back burner. Yet in 1961 there was a 499 cc two cylinder four-stroke boxer engine built but never put into a frame for production.
Iso Isetta design later licensed by BMW
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