Above on the page there are several PDF Manuals for BULTACO Motorcycles.
Towards the end of the 60s, many European motocross motorcycle manufacturers began building 2-stroke machines for the 500 cc class.
British 4-stroke motorcycles no longer dominated motocross, and the most popular was the Czechoslovak model CZ360, in which factory driver Paul Friedrichs won three 500 cc world titles in 1966, 1967 and 1968.
The Spanish plant Bultaco also did not stand aside, which in 1967 presented its first car, the 350 El Bandido, for the "open" class.
In 1968 the displacement was increased to 362 cc and the model was produced in two versions, El Bandido Mk2 360 Scrambles and Mk2 360 Motocross.
But although Spain was known for its poor metallurgy, the castings of the Bultaco's crankcase and engine cover were a true work of art, albeit unreliable.
Their ignition by Femsatronic also caused criticism.
However, largely ignored by racers, the El Bandido has become a highly desirable motorcycle for collectors, especially in the United States, where they are very rare.
Now it is extremely difficult to find a good specimen for restoration, and the prices for a "donor" can range from $ 3,000 to $ 4,000.
Well, a well-restored motorcycle costs about $ 15,000.