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Discussion in 'Old's Cool' started by Rathlindri, Aug 26, 2008.
Thats a Galletto. 192cc 4-stroke single. Dig the front mount spare!
No translation needed, but if you do, PM me...
Can't remember where the pic is from, but wow!
I probably won't like the answer but how much does something like this go for?
Are the Gilardoni cylinder kits avalable agin?
I dont think they are. MG Cycle, where I got mine, shows them as unavailable.
I've had this set on the shelf since last Oct. I had heard that Gilardoni had stopped producing round fin sets. Although I didn't need them immediately I knew I would need them for the project so I went ahead and ordered them. I guess I was lucky and ordered them just in time.
My ol' Le Mans III (gone)
And Jackal I'll miss ya
the jackal I could do without; but this one... my lord
and what have you got against Jackals
Hmmm....you can build one yourself from an early Tonti-framed Guzzi, or buy a project from someone else. Big difference in cost, also a big difference in the pride/satisfaction department.
Fun with Guido.
Talk about getting on the pipe- this was listening to Ride of the Valkyries on a cathedral pipe organ. Sold about a year so so ago. > sigh <
I just think they're butt fugly.
Just your everyday Guzzi trials bike!
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A friend of mine, knowing that I likes me some Moto Guzzi, sent these to me.
Here are a couple of shots taken by my friend of my bike
is that a v65sp? that is a hell of a paint job, i wish mine looked that cool.
Pretty sure its a Lemans II but I'm no expert. Don't know who the owner of the bike is so can't ask him/her! I like the paint job too. Appears a front tire is in order though, it looks kinda bald.