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Discussion in 'Old's Cool' started by Andosan, Sep 22, 2015.
More here:- https://www.bike-urious.com/1999-laverda-formula-750s/
Saw this at my local bike café yesterday.
That orange LAVERDA at the Quail event appears to have Red's transmission cover, which apparently resolves the problem with the hydraulic clutch release mechanism. All it takes is money....
2019-09-08 13.55.17a by Grant Duguid, on Flickr
Meanwhile in Italy.
Just finished this one today.
Inked2019-10-20 12.06.37_LIa by Grant Duguid, on Flickr
I was besotted with Laverda when I was a teenager
Started saving my money when I was 16
Managed to buy a 1975 750 SF 2.. when I was 19
Had it all trough my university days...rode it just about every day.
Took it apart so many times I could do it in my sleep....
Then started working for a big Japanese manufacturer, and sold the Lav
Now , 43 years later, this one comes up, and I had to have it.
Needs stripping down , and a fair bit of work, because it has been sitting for 20 years.
But I think it's worth it
And great story.
I recently purchased Jota no. 5136, the middle one of the first batch of three built by Slaters and exported to Lance Weil. Fully restored by Scott Potter.
She wears BMW..... but...
I’m thinking she’s otherwise attracted!
Many Laverdas in Classic Racing events and motorcycle shows here in Europe. Some are good, some are better, and some are gems.
this does it for me
It was for sale, maybe still is.
P12XX Laverda, made by frenchman Jean-Louis Olive. Because of some reason, I never completely liked that bike ... maybe because of Suzuki wheels, wavy discs, out-of-time-and-place exhaust or this battery box under the seat. Never mind ... enjoy three more pictures of this bike from motorcycle show in Verona (Italy), back in 2017.
As I said earlier, it was for sale but the last I heard that didnt happen for personal stuff. So maybe it's still available for those with deep pockets.
All orange and all beautiful.