The Itom factory was founded in
Turin by lawyer Corrado Corradi, and began production
in 1948 at Via Francesco Millio, moving later
to S.Ambrogio Torinese.
Their first product was an auxiliary
bicycle engine (3 versions one for front wheel
2 for rear wheel - close to pedals or over the
The 1957 Astor Super Sport and
Competizione achieved 75 Kph. Itom sold a tuning
kit for competition use comprising high compression
cylinder head, chrome bore cylinder, Dell Orto
SS20 carburettor, expansion chamber and piston.
The pistons were of various types with either
2 or 3 rings.
|1957 Itom Tabor 65cc Classic Racing
||3-speed foot-change gearbox, flanged
alloy rims and stainless spokes.
The Itom has a special place in
the hearts of 1950's racing fans,
as Mike Hailwood's first trophy
was at Blandford on 10 June 1957
for his 3rd place finish on a 50cc
||1959 Itom Vintage Racer 50cc
This superb 50cc 3 speed racer
is the same model that Mike Hailwood
It has a reconditioned engine,
alloy wheels, full width hubs, and
is a real classic racing machine.
|1959 Itom Astor Competizione
||The 65cc spec includes a side
draft sports Dellorot carburettor,
3-speed twist grip gearbox and high
gearing for a top speed around 60mph.
|1959 Itom Tabor 65cc Racer
3-speed foot-change gearbox
and flanged alloy wheels.
The Itom has a special place
in the hearts of 1950's racing
fans, as Mike Hailwood's first
trophy was at Blandford on 10
June 1957 for his 3rd place finish
on a 50cc Itom.
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