The first bikes with a Condor signature on it were the A580 and the A750, designed for the army. A Condor A1000, known as a Motosacoche A 1000, featuring a MAG twin was also produced during the war. For the '50's, the A580 and A750 suffered a few changes, both bikes now having rear suspension and another front fork and new names: A580-I and A750-I.
|engine specs||Type:||-||Displacement:||577 cm3||Bore X Stroke:||-||Compression Ratio:||-||Horsepower:||20 KW(hp)/RPM||Torque:||-||Fuel System:||-|
|transmission specs||Gearbox:||-||Clutch:||-||Primary Drive:||-||Final Drive:||-|
|chassis specs||Frame:||-||Front Suspension:||-||Rear Suspension:||-||Front Brake:||Drum||Rear Brake:||Drum|
|dimension specs||Overall Length:||-||Overall Width:||-||Seat Height:||-||Weelbase:||-||Ground Clearance:||-||Weight:||364 lbs OR 165 kg||Fuel Capacity:||-|