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    Moto Guzzi 1200 Sport 2V - Final Pictures

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    Absolutely lovely Sir, well done!
    Top marks!

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    Did a quick shakedown run yesterday and everything seemed to be OK. Good forecast for today, so the plan was to get out and ride.

    Entered the workshop and there was a very strong smell of fuel. Turns out I had a slight leak. Half the bodywork off again to sort it out hopefully all is OK now.

    Really enjoyed doing it and would love to do something else. Only problem is I would possibly need to sell this one to fund something else.

    It's riding very nice with the Hyperpro rear shock and front springs. I would really like to have had a handmade upswept stainless exhaust but couldn't really warrant spending another £600. The exhaust that's on is an old Quill exhaust I had on my Explorer, just got another link pipe. Sounds nice and runs well.

    Hope you like it.

    Steve

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    Looks good Steve

    David

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    Very nice,I bet it looks better in the flesh��

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    keeper or seller Steve?

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    Nice work. I'd have gone for Tricolori colours but it looks,lovely all the same. Enjoy.

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    Is the colour a traditional guzzi colour or your choice?

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    Quote Originally Posted by steadysteve View Post
    Is the colour a traditional guzzi colour or your choice?
    Gulf racing colours

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    Stunning
    Oh Great and Wise Deity, Grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change,

    Courage to change the things I can! And the wisdom to know the difference!

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    Quote Originally Posted by richardbd View Post
    keeper or seller Steve?
    I'd never get my money back, but that's not why I did it. Having said that if somebody can ask 9k for a 2.5k X/Country and they reckon it's had a firm bid of 6k then maybe I can ask 12k for it

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    A thing of beauty. Very good job.������

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    Cool , drool

    Retired from Riding but making a come back on a motoguzzi


    2008 motoguzzi sport
    1986 4/4 Morgan
    1968 mobylette

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    Quote Originally Posted by timeandtide View Post
    Absolutely lovely Sir, well done!
    Top marks!
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    Now with gulf decal on bikini fairing, small gulf decal on rear seat cover plus reinstated rear hugger ( which you can just see)
    I've now done a fair few miles and it's grown on me


    Retired from Riding but making a come back on a motoguzzi


    2008 motoguzzi sport
    1986 4/4 Morgan
    1968 mobylette

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    As she is today

    Retired from Riding but making a come back on a motoguzzi


    2008 motoguzzi sport
    1986 4/4 Morgan
    1968 mobylette

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