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Discussion in 'Old's Cool' started by Rathlindri, Aug 26, 2008.
Great Video !
Makes me wish I still had mine.
That's nice^^ ...cool color too.
Where'd those bars come from? They're pretty neat.
Nice looking T. What seat is that. Comfy?
Looks like the same seat I have from Harpers. I like it a lot but I like firm seats.
This is an Ambo for sale in Italy....
Wish I'd never sold mine but at least it went to a good home
http://1979 v100g5 9 k miles.. barn find
1979 v1000 g5 police model.. 9 k miles..found it in a barn in south central Kentucky going to ride it to Tellico Plains Tenn in the spring..
Guzzi V8 racer with dustbin fairing
A scan of my old, crashed/rebuilt into a 850 copy CX100. Circa 1996.
Lots of goodies; Ago gears, alloy main-beam breather and bodywork. Mondial pistons, Le Mans 850-spec heads, 40mm pumpers, Norris '390' cam, Carrillo rods, lightened flywheel, BUB Hyper...
Now owned and loved by a good friend. Building a round head Convert now.
Hi guys...this is my 850gt cafe (i've to finish it!) form italy!
Really best reguards
It looks better bigger
I like the look. can you turn the handle bars without fouling the headers? Also I wonder about the handling?
Just came across this Very Cool Guzzi on Motorcycledaily.
I don't like the very modern front end, or the hovering seat/tailsection. That said, it's a hell of a nice bike. The tank, I think deserves special mention. I've now got several of those tanks stacked up like firewood in my shop, and I consider them the least aesthetically pleasing part of the T, T3, SP etc. Whoever beat the side dents into that tank transformed it from fugly to a really great looking tank. I may someday try to beat one of my tanks into that shape.