Aermacchi-Harley-Davidson presented the 150cc 2-stroke scooter named Brezza (Breeze) on the Motosalone dello Fiera Campionaria di Milano. It was a daring venture on a market where 2 major competitors, namely Vespa and Lambretta, were the masters of the market. The Brezza never became a real hit. 2,200 models were manufactured between 1963 and 1969. The scooter had one novelty though: a front-fender made of synthetic material in the same color. Also the headlight and the plating around the bars were from the same material. The standing one-cylinder was forced (air) cooled. This model was sold new in 1963 for 139.900 lires and/or 1445 dutch guilders.

Source: Aermacchi-De Gevleugelde and AMF-Harley-Davidson 1972-1978 by Jaap de Jong