1976 Condor A350
It runs and is in good shape, but needs to be gone through before take it on the road, to be a safe ride, it was sitting for the past 10 or more years.
Shipping will have to be arranged by buyer.
Shipping costs are not included in the $3800.00
(This Retrospective article appeared in the March 2006 issue of Rider.)
Probably few of you readers have any idea what a Condor 350 is…unless you have been browsing through encyclopedias about motorcycles.
Condor was a Swiss motorcycle company, and the A350, which used a non-desmo, OHC Ducati 350 single, was built for the Swiss army. Condor built a remarkably tough cradle frame around this motor, and rubber mounted the engine to ensure that a rider could spend all day on the motorcycle and not get tired. This was all good military thinking; reliability and usability were the keys here, not razor-sharp handling.
US$ 3'900.00 SOLD