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Metallurgie Casal, founded by Jodo Casal, produced small industrial motors.
In 1963, with the mediation of Eric Robert Zipprich, the former representative of Zündapp in Portugal, an agreement was concluded between the companies, and soon a licensed production of 50-cc motorcycles, mopeds and scooters Zündapp began on the outskirts of Europe.
Casal imported engines from Germany, but already in the 1960s began to manufacture them themselves.
In 1970 the company presented a motorcycle K260 with a 124-cc 1-cylinder 2-stroke engine with a 12 hp installed in a duplex tubular frame.
The light motorcycle K194 debuted in 1973 was distinguished for its avant-garde design and a 49-cc 2-stroke liquid-cooled engine with a capacity of 5.3 hp.
In the 80s, the motorcycles Casal successfully performed in the world championship in the road-ring motorcycle racing in the class of 80 cm3. Italian Pierpaolo Bianchi won the bronze medal of the championship in 1984.
Debuted in the early 90's unified family: road-sports motorcycle Magnum and urban enduro Arizona.
These machines had 49-cc 2-stroke liquid-cooled engines with a power of 7.3 hp, 6-speed gearboxes, steel diagonal frames, cast wheels and rear suspension with a mono-shock.