Early Scott motorcycles are highly prized for their performance and remarkable handling. With its low-set water-cooled, 2-stroke incline-twin cylinder engine, this 1924 Scott Flying Squirrel is a particularly intriguing machine. The low center of gravity and powerful two-stroke made the Squirrel one of the fastest bikes of its time. This charming example is beautifully preserved with a superb character, perfectly suited to freshen into an enjoyable runner.
Please note this motorcycle has received a cursory mechanical check, and while the engine is free, it has not been started during its time in the Kleptz collection. It is offered as-is, and will requiring additional sorting.