Yes, and it wasn't a cool machine in it's day. They weren't popular in the states, not very many dealers and getting parts for them is worse than trying to find parts for a Bultaco, Montessa, or an Ossa. It's why japanese bikes became very popular in the late 60's, they weren't that great but by god when it broke, you could get parts for it so that you could keep riding. My brother had a Penton / KTM ( kan't take much ) it was well constructed, but you had to get a loan from the bank whenever you had to fix it, if you could find the parts. He rides a Honda now. Just steer clear of it unless he's giving it away.
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