The Scrambler was mainly designed for the American market. It underwent a number of changes until 1968 with the launch of true Scramblers mounting a “wide casing” engines, first in the 250 and 350 version and then, in 1969, in the 450 version. The Scrambler series includes some models featuring Desmodromic cylinder heads and underwent a number of technical touch-ups up until 1974, when its production was discontinued.
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