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Discussion in 'Old's Cool' started by Rathlindri, Aug 26, 2008.
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.
A few from the Virginia rally last summer.
Was working on final assembly yesterday. Got the brakes hooked up, shifter linkage put together. Mine is an older ambassador and has the lugs for right side shifter, but the PO had rigged a left side shifter with hose clamps and bailing wire. Anyways, got that put together and noticed that the bracket that holds the clutch actuator arm to the rear of tranny was sheared off. Crap. I have no idea how/when that happened. Looks like a new rear cover is in my future. I had gotten this one bored out to accept the 5 speed bearing, so looks like I have to get some machining done as well. Crap.