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    Ah Guzzis

    Lovely photos, the good old days come flooding back when i saw the red & white Spada11, although the last guzzi i had Sport inj !!!! Surprised not to see any Californias in the collection of photos?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob Farmer View Post
    Flemish Bond Brickwork.
    Flemish stretcher bond

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    Me with my Cali 2 in Provence, late 1980's.
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    BMW K1100LT (1995).

    Harley FXST (1989).

    My Photos

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    Quote Originally Posted by nick.ct View Post
    Flemish stretcher bond
    Now wheres that Anorak emoticon?

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    Joe carruso lives a few minutes from me. This is one of his creations.



    Joe's a great guy and always has a Guzzi Project on the go

    The Silver Le Mans on the right is the one that was for sale recently for big money



    A set of Joe's timing gears


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    One of the most underrated Guzzi out there. The G5. If you can get over the hideous dash.



    Tried to sell this one on this site a few years ago for £400 and nobody wanted it. It eventually sold for £800 on ebay. Gem of an engine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob Farmer View Post
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    Tried to sell this one on this site a few years ago for £400 and nobody wanted it. It eventually sold for £800 on ebay. Gem of an engine.
    Jeez, I'd have bitten your hand off, at either price!

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    One of the five imbeciles of the vainglorious big swinging dick types of the Harley section

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    Three random pictures

    My Griso and a good mate's T3 Cali (having just had an overhaul & gearbox rebuild from an esteemed Guzzi owner on this site ):



    And any excuse to post up this beauty:




    Birthday Guzzi (Copyright the esteemed Guzzi owner):



    Andres
    Quote Originally Posted by Charles Martel View Post
    One of the five imbeciles of the vainglorious big swinging dick types of the Harley section

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    Guzzi Factory Mandelo de Lario

    I posted these up ages ago but can't seem to find the thread now so hope you don't mind me bunging them up again; pictures of bits'n'bobs taken at the factory museum (sadly I rode there on a WBM, not a Guzzi, I was so embarrassed I parked it in the furthest corner of the car park).





































    Andres
    Quote Originally Posted by Charles Martel View Post
    One of the five imbeciles of the vainglorious big swinging dick types of the Harley section

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    this sort of thing has a lot to answer for IMO:




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    some of the newer models are quite nice too


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    Quote Originally Posted by cookie View Post
    this sort of thing has a lot to answer for IMO:

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    Awww, do you remember the old Coburn & Huges adverts, used to have them all over my bedroom wall - wish I still had them

    Here's a couple of posters currently on my garage wall..............





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    Quote Originally Posted by Charles Martel View Post
    One of the five imbeciles of the vainglorious big swinging dick types of the Harley section

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    Quote Originally Posted by Outtomunch View Post
    Awww, do you remember the old Coburn & Huges adverts, used to have them all over my bedroom wall - wish I still had them



    Andres

    oh yes.

    can never find decent copies on t'interweb though






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    Coburn and Hughes ...

    Cock up and Spews -
    oh yes - i'll never forget them either.
    Bikes P.D.I'd by clueless teens on crap wages. poor sods. But you'd to check every thing they'd touched if you wanted to ride the Bike home in one piece.
    Sorry - back to the topic.
    appears bright from a distance / dim up close

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    Quote Originally Posted by cookie View Post
    this sort of thing has a lot to answer for IMO:


    That'll be Tina Shaw. I once did a nude photo shoot with her ....

    I think it may have been a calendar for a shovel/spade manufacturer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Outtomunch View Post
    Jeez, I'd have bitten your hand off, at either price!

    Andres

    I was just looking for the post.

    Came across this one from 2003 Doesn't seem five minutes ago




    http://www.ukgser.com/forums/showthr...ighlight=Guzzi

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