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For sale Moto Guzzi V50 IIΙ (1983)

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Moto Guzzi V50 III for sale

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When De Tomaso took over Moto Guzzi in 1973, he brought over his own views on how the firm should act in order to avoid the financial dead end. Noticing that the previous management was stuck in producing only big twins with increased manufacturing cost, he instructs Lino Tonti (the firm's very capable chief engineer) to develop and produce smaller capacity twinsin order to cover that gap in the market, emphasizing in reducing costs through new production methods and automations, available at the Innocenti factory, also owned by the group.

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For sale BSA A10 Road Rocket 650 -1957

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For Sale 1957 BSA 650 Road Rocket

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The BSA Road Rocket was a 1950s British motorcycle developed from the A10 Golden Flash. The A10 had a reputation for reliability but was struggling to compete against the Triumph engines and the Norton Featherbed frames. Advertised by BSA in 1954 as 'undoubtedly the world’s greatest motorcycle' the Road Rocket

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For sale Moto Guzzi V50 Monza (1982)

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For sale Moto Guzzi V50 Monza 1982 red

General

When De Tomaso took over Moto Guzzi in 1973, he brought over his own views on how the firm should act in order to avoid the financial dead end. Noticing that the previous management was stuck in producing only big twins with increased manufacturing cost, he instructs Lino Tonti (the firm's very capable chief engineer) to develop and produce smaller capacity twinsin order to cover that gap in the market, emphasizing in reducing costs through new production methods and automations, available at the Innocenti factory, also owned by the group. This way, the V50 emerged in 1975 with small production capacity until 1979,

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For sale Moto Guzzi V50 Monza (B 1983)

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For sale Moto Guzzi V50 Monza 1982 silver

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General

When De Tomaso took over Moto Guzzi in 1973, he brought over his own views on how the firm should act in order to avoid the financial dead end. Noticing that the previous management was stuck in producing only big twins with increased manufacturing cost, he instructs Lino Tonti (the firm's very capable chief engineer) to develop and produce smaller capacity twinsin order to cover that gap in the market, emphasizing in reducing costs through new production methods and automations, available at the Innocenti factory, also owned by the group. This way, the V50 emerged in 1975 with small production capacity until 1979,

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For sale Moto Guzzi V50 II Polizia (1979)

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For sale Moto Guzzi V50 II Polizia (1979)

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General

When De Tomaso took over Moto Guzzi in 1973, he brought over his own views on how the firm should act in order to avoid the financial dead end. Noticing that the previous management was stuck in producing only big twins with increased manufacturing cost, he instructs Lino Tonti (the firm's very capable chief engineer) to develop and produce smaller capacity twinsin order to cover that gap in the market, emphasizing in reducing costs through new production methods and automations, available at the Innocenti factory, also owned by the group.

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For sale Moto Guzzi V50 Monza (1983)

For sale Moto Guzzi V50 Monza (1983)

General

When De Tomaso took over Moto Guzzi in 1973, he brought over his own views on how the firm should act in order to avoid the financial dead end. Noticing that the previous management was stuck in producing only big twins with increased manufacturing cost, he instructs Lino Tonti (the firm's very capable chief engineer) to develop and produce smaller capacity twinsin order to cover that gap in the market, emphasizing in reducing costs through new production methods and automations, available at the Innocenti factory, also owned by the group. This way, the V50 emerged in 1975 with small production capacity until 1979,

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For sale Moto Guzzi Daytona RS (1998)

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For sale Moto Guzzi Daytona RS

General

The Daytona RS is the most uncompromised Moto Guzzi after the famous Le Mans series, and with more modern technology of course, probably the best of its era. Apart from the 4valve cylinder heads, it also had Marelli electronic fuel injection & ignition, WP fork and rear single shock, and Brembo brakes. It was a ready to race sports bike, and had unique handling. Commercially, it was overshadowed by the much simpler 1100 Sport's sales. Total production run was 308 copies, and together with its unique technology and performance it is definately a sought after modern classic.

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For sale Moto Guzzi SP1000 NT (1981)

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For sale Moto Guzzi SP1000 NT (1981)

General

The SP1000 was designed as the factory's touring flagship, and was based on the very successful mechanics of the Le Mans series (frame, engine, transmission, suspension, etc).

The fairings were designed with the aid of the factory's well known wind tunnel, aiming at maximising aerodynamic protection.

The combination of top roadholding abilities (thanks to Le Mans "genes") with efficient aerodynamic protection, attention in built quality from the factory and the unique presence of Guzzi's transverse V2, make the SP1000 an excellent classic touring bike, able for any classic event, but also for any trip, regardless of distance.

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For sale Moto Guzzi 350 GTS (1977)

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For sale Moto Guzzi 350 GTS 1977

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The Moto Guzzi (and Benelli) 4cylinder series was launched in 1973, after the willingness of both companys owner De Tomaso for such a series of models and a rather short development period of 2 years. The engine for both companys models was built at Mandello, where it had been designed.
Initially with front drum, in the course of its production it was upgraded to front disc brake, and later the engine capacity was increased to 400 cc.
The smaller 254 launched a little later is the first production quarter litre 4cylinder globally.

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For sale Moto Guzzi Galletto 192 Avv. elettrico (1962)

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For sale Moto Guzzi Galletto 192 Avv. elettrico (1962)

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Galetto running
Galetto static

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The Galletto was launched in 1950, in effort from the factory to penetrate the increasingly popular scooter category. It is the first large wheel scooter world wide.
Addittionally, through the model's development, the engine capacity went from 160 cc to 175 and to 192, gearbox ratios from 3 to 4, and most importantly electric engine start feature was added, at a time which it was rare even on the greatest and most expensive motorcycles.
It succesfully combines the advantages of motorcycles (stability and roadholding, comfort, performance) with those of scooters (weather protection, ease of use, spare wheel, fuel efficiency), without their disadvantages.

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For sale Moto Guzzi Lodola 235 Granturismo (1959)

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Moto Guzzi Lodola 235 Granturismo

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Lodola running
Lodola static

General

The Lodola was launched in 1956 and was in production until 1966. It is the last bike designed exclusively by Carlo Guzzi, with considerably different design than the models up to that time with horizontal cylinder. It initially had 175 cc, and 235 from 1959 onwards. Its slogan was " designed by the wind" because its design coincided with the construction of the factory's private wind tunnel, which was a world first.
One of its many charecteristics is the 2 mounting positions for the rear shocks on the frame, giving the ability for 2 settings in spring rate and shock absorber hardness, for better adjustment in the bike's current load.

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For sale Moto Guzzi V50 IIΙ (1981)

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For sale Moto Guzzi V50 IIΙ (1981)

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V50PA running
V50PA static

General

When De Tomaso took over Moto Guzzi in 1973, he brought over his own views on how the firm should act in order to avoid the financial dead end. Noticing that the previous management was stuck in producing only big twins with increased manufacturing cost, he instructs Lino Tonti (the firm's very capable chief engineer) to develop and produce smaller capacity twinsin order to cover that gap in the market, emphasizing in reducing costs through new production methods and automations, available at the Innocenti factory, also owned by the group.

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For sale Moto Guzzi V50 II (1979)

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For sale Moto Guzzi V50 II (1979)

General

When De Tomaso took over Moto Guzzi in 1973, he brought over his own views on how the firm should act in order to avoid the financial dead end. Noticing that the previous management was stuck in producing only big twins with increased manufacturing cost, he instructs Lino Tonti (the firm's very capable chief engineer) to develop and produce smaller capacity twinsin order to cover that gap in the market, emphasizing in reducing costs through new production methods and automations, available at the Innocenti factory, also owned by the group.

Read more...

For sale Moto Guzzi V50 Monza (1981)

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For sale Moto Guzzi V50 Monza (1981)

SOLD!

General

When De Tomaso took over Moto Guzzi in 1973, he brought over his own views on how the firm should act in order to avoid the financial dead end. Noticing that the previous management was stuck in producing only big twins with increased manufacturing cost, he instructs Lino Tonti (the firm's very capable chief engineer) to develop and produce smaller capacity twinsin order to cover that gap in the market, emphasizing in reducing costs through new production methods and automations, available at the Innocenti factory, also owned by the group. This way, the V50 emerged in 1975 with small production capacity until 1979,

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For sale Moto Guzzi SP1000 NT (1982)

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Moto Guzzi SP1000 NT for sale

General

The SP1000 was designed as the factory's touring flagship, and was based on the very successful mechanics of the Le Mans series (frame, engine, transmission, suspension, etc).

The fairings were designed with the aid of the factory's well known wind tunnel, aiming at maximising aerodynamic protection.

The combination of top roadholding abilities (thanks to Le Mans "genes") with efficient aerodynamic protection, attention in built quality from the factory and the unique presence of Guzzi's transverse V2, make the SP1000 an excellent classic touring bike, able for any classic event, but also for any trip, regardless of distance.

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For sale Moto Guzzi V50 III (1981)

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Moto Guzzi V50 III for sale

General

When De Tomaso took over Moto Guzzi in 1973, he brought over his own views on how the firm should act in order to avoid the financial dead end. Noticing that the previous management was stuck in producing only big twins with increased manufacturing cost, he instructs Lino Tonti (the firm's very capable chief engineer) to develop and produce smaller capacity twinsin order to cover that gap in the market, emphasizing in reducing costs through new production methods and automations, available at the Innocenti factory, also owned by the group. This way, the V50 emerged in 1975 with small production capacity until 1979,

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For sale Moto Guzzi Lemans ΙΙI silver (1983)

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Moto Guzzi Lemans ΙΙI for sale

General

In 1981 it was time for a renewal of the Le Mans series, which started very successfully in 1975 creating one the best sport bikes of the decade and continued with the Le Mans II in 1978 with small changes especially in equipment and fairing, designed now in the well known wind tunnel.
This time, changes were drastic, in more than 80 points, such as combustion chamber, cylinders, induction and exhaust, swing arm and of course looks. The result was the Le Mans III, a bike which stood amongst the hardcore Le Mans and the slightly "overloaded" Le Mans II. It had increased horsepower and higher top speed, and also had by design greater ability for engine capacity increase.

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For sale Moto Guzzi V65 Police (1982)

For Sale Motoguzzi V65 Police

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General

In 1982 Moto Guzzi wanted to bridge the gap between its big blocks (T3, Le Mans, California, 1000SP etc) and V35-V50 which were considered entry level for the marque. The V65 was launched as a balanced proposition combining decent power, low weight and the firm’s classic handling and braking abilities. Press and customers gave it a mild reception, mostly because it did not differed enough optically from its smaller siblings, despite achieving all of the manufacturer’s targets.

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For sale Moto Guzzi V65 Police (1983)

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For Sale Motoguzzi V65 Police
For Sale Motoguzzi V65 Police

General

In 1982 Moto Guzzi wanted to bridge the gap between its big blocks (T3, Le Mans, California, 1000SP etc) and V35-V50 which were considered entry level for the marque. The V65 was launched as a balanced proposition combining decent power, low weight and the firm's classic handling and braking abilities. Press and customers gave it a mild reception, mostly because it did not differed enough optically from its smaller siblings, despite achieving all of the manufacturer's targets.

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For Sale Moto Guzzi Lemans ΙΙ red (1980)

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For Sale Motoguzzi Lemans II 1980
For Sale Motoguzzi Lemans II 1980

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LM2 running
LM2 static

General

By 1978 it was time for an upgrade of the Le Mans series, which was introduced in 1975 with great success, creating one of the best sports bike of the decade. The effort was mainly concentrated around aerodynamics, aiming at increasing rider’s wind protection and increasing top speed. Therefore, the new bodywork was designed in the well known wind tunnel, making it optically relative with the 1000 SP, Guzzi’s 1000cc touring bike. New instruments, full and easy to read completed the changes. Front brake calipers were turned behind the suspension, the distance between the forks was increased and wheel base was increased by 15 mm. Apart from these, series II later introduced NiCaSil cylinder liners, a patent of Guzzi, giving cylinders greater durability.

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For sale Moto Guzzi Lemans III white (1982)

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For sale Moto Guzzi Lemans III white (1982)

General

In 1981 it was time for a renewal of the Le Mans series, which started very successfully in 1975 creating one the best sport bikes of the decade and continued with the Le Mans II in 1978 with small changes especially in equipment and fairing, designed now in the well known wind tunnel.

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