Moto Guzzi Scrambler for 2012

Discussion in 'Old's Cool' started by kz1, Feb 10, 2011.

  1. kz1

    kz1 Been here awhile

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  2. Ze Red Baron

    Ze Red Baron Adventure seeker

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    Nice - any indication on the price?
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  3. CajunRider

    CajunRider Been here awhile

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    The V7 Classic is about $9,000 list... I'd imagine $9,000 to $10,000 for the Scrambler (extra cost will most likely be due to slightly longer suspension).

    That's in USD by the way.
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  4. bdjuju

    bdjuju Should be wrenching

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    I still can't find out if the new 2012 California is Tonti-based or not. Looks like dual shocks, so maybe not a CARC, but all I have seen are the same fuzzy pics everyone else has.

    I like those tires on the Scrambler, though. Pirelli whatsits? I was thinking about putting Distanzias on my Monster, but what are those lovelies?
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  5. JimmyTheHog

    JimmyTheHog Low Speed Adventurer

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    Now that is a cool looking bike ! Ive always wanted a Guzzi, and if this one comes out, this may be the one.....
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  6. jehu

    jehu ∩HƏſ

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    IMO that is ridiculous and looks silly. And it needs a skid plate. :D
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  7. hunter_greyghost

    hunter_greyghost XS650 Allroads Traveller

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    Gotta agree with your call about the skid plate, too much belly hanging out on that beast, don't mind the overall look though. :eek1
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  8. jtwind

    jtwind Wisconsin Airhead

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    I think it's a bit silly too! Trying alittle too hard to get in on the scrambler thing and look like something it's not. I do like guzzi's and that V7 is quite nice!!
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  9. hunter_greyghost

    hunter_greyghost XS650 Allroads Traveller

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    Shape of the R/H pipe is good, if they did the same on the left it might look half-decent then, wonder what size fuel tank? :eek1
    Cheers
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