Concord and Fantic

July 13, 2012
Info Concord

Info Concord

Concord      made in Italy by Fantic Motor       Minarelli V1

1980 Concord XKE and Roger Staubach QB of Dallas Cowboys

’78-79 Concord XKE  &
NFL QB Roger Staubach

Concord XKE features

Concord XKE features

1978 Concord XKE

1978 Concord XKE
Minarelli V1 (early)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Concord parts catalog

Concord parts book

1980 Concord Invader Minarelli V1-L engine

1980 Concord Invader
Minarelli V1 (late)
solo seat, spoke wheels

1980 Concord Freedom Minarelli V1-L engine

1980 Concord Freedom
Minarelli V1 (late)
long seat, mag wheels

1980 Concord Shadow

1980 Concord Shadow
Minarelli V1 (late)
top tank, mag wheels

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1980 Concord Freedom XKE 25

1980 Concord Freedom XKE 25

1980 Concord Freedom XKE 25 gas valve

Concord gas valve
12×1 spigot down

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Concord components:

Concord XKE        Minarelli V1 early (up to 79)

  grey fan cover, larger fan, small fins head, 38.8mm piston (25 & 30mph) or 38.0 (20mph)

Concord Invader, Freedom, Shadow  Minarelli V1 late (79-later)

 black fan cover, smaller fan, large square head. 38.7mm piston (25 & 30mph) or 38.0 (20mph)

Speed versions 25(1.5hp), 30mph(2.0hp) versions have Dellorto SHA 14/12

Speed version 20mph (1hp) has Dellorto SHA 14/9 carburetor

CEV lights and switches, Domino controls and levers, Grimeca hubs and 90mm brakes, CEV 6932 magneto, Veglia speedometer with RHVeglia small driver, and reflectors.

 

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Info FanticFantic            made in Italy by Fantic Motor     Minarelli V1 or V1-L

1978 Fantic Issimo Minarelli V1 engine

1978 Fantic Issimo
Minarelli V1 engine

1986 Fantic Issimo kick start Euro model

1986 Fantic Issimo
kick start Euro model

1980 Fantic Pepi Sport Minarelli V1-L engine

1980 Fantic Pepi Sport
Minarelli V1 engine

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

See above, Concord is made by Fantic. The Concord Shadow is the same as a Fantic Pepi Sport. The Concord Invader is the same as a Fantic Issimo. American sounding names versus Italian sounding names, helps sell the product.

Veglia smallFantic components: (1979-later) Minarelli V1 (late) engine 20(1.0hp), 25(1.5hp), 30mph(2.0hp) versions, Dellorto SHA 14/12 (or 14/9) carburetor, CEV “pancake” head light, CEV “diamond” switches, Domino chrome controls and levers, Grimeca aluminum mag wheels and 90mm drum brakes, CEV 6932 magneto?, Veglia? speedometer with RH driver, and reflectors.