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Moto Guzzi V7 Cafe Ė 2010

 

Beautiful V7 Cafe in the rare pearl white colour scheme with the optional "Moto Guzzi" branded Arrow pipes. Low mileage (5,334 miles), standard bike in excellent condition.  A2 license compatible.

 

Model: V7 Cafe

  

Year: 2010

 

Mechanical

- Excellent, no mechanical faults, runs and rides as it should

- Standard mechanical specification

- Factory option Arrow silencers (£900+)

- Just serviced by NBS & set-up

 

Chassis

- Standard specification

- Matching Pirelli tyres

 

Cosmetic

- Chrome work: excellent to mint

- Alloy: excellent to mint

- Engine: original painted finish ok

- Frame paint: very good

- Wheels: good

- Paint work: mint, unmarked

- Nut & bolts: mostly original, so ok to good

 

Other

- New MOT to July 2021

- Just 5,334 miles (genuine, with FSH)

- All history and original documents with the bike

- Original UK bike with matching numbers

- Standard silencers with the bike & rear mudguard

- Just two previous owners

 

Warranty

Six months from date of purchase.

 

Summary

Really excellent condition V7 Cafe, got to be the lowest mileage example available in this colour !

 

SOLD

Please contact us on this.

International shipping a specialty.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Moto Guzzi 850 Le Mans Ė 1976

 

A unique opportunity to acquire an early unrestored Le Mans, this is one of the first production run of just 1900 or so bikes made in late 1975 and early 1976. This particular bike was one of the first batch shipped to the UK and sold through the iconic Sports Motorcycles in Manchester (Steve Wynne of Mike Hailwood and the Ducati 1978 IoM TT fame). This is a restoration or recommission project bike, not on the road since the mid-1990ís, low original mileage (31k) with just one former keeper.

Whilst much of this Le Mans has survived better than normal, we have way too many customer jobs on, therefore this is the one of several Guzziís we will be offering for sale as project bikes.

PLEASE NOTE: THIS IS A NON-RUNNING, SOLD AS SEEN PROJECT FOR RECOMMISSIONING OR RESTORATION. NO WARRANTY IMPLIED OR GIVEN.

Model: 850 Le Mans

 

Year: 1976 (R reg)

 

Mechanical

- Engine: complete, standard 850, but completely untested, so will need checking before use and some work should be anticipated. Valve train looks in VGC

- Gearbox & Clutch: present and external inspection ok, could require some work due to length of time not used

- Drive train and final drive: no obvious issues, turns and engages freely

- Electrics: complete, present, but untested, correct original rare early switchgear. No battery. Original key missing (but comes with replacement switch with key)

- Standard original exhaust system, will want some painting and cleaning-up, but sound

- All controls and carbs etc. present, will need recommissioning

- Correct 36mm carbs have flat-tops and K&Nís fitted (but original side-pull tops included and plastic bellmouths included). Carbs will need stripping, cleaning and refurb. etc.

- Aluminum alternator cover replaced by a later model plastic type

 

Chassis

- Standard specification and not messed with

- O/E rear shocks, should clean-up ok   

- Period 38mm Marzocchi front forks fitted with Tommaselli Gold-Commander bars (standard fork legs for rebuild and the O/E top yoke included along with original clip-ons and headlamp brackets)

- Agostini rear sets fitted, however, original footrests and hangers included

- Cables: will need replacement due to age

- Brakes: correct twin nipple P8 calipers present but disconnected, will need rebuilding

- Rubber items: all present and original items, will need assessment, no fuel lines

- Tyres: too old to be safely used, wheels hold pressure

- Seat: original 1.5 seat, split at the front and in a few places, could be repaired (as difficult to obtain now)

- All lights present, but untested or checked out

 

Cosmetic

- Chrome work: generally ok and will clean up

- Alloy: pretty good, most will clean-up

- Frame paint: better than usual on this type of project bike, so ok

- Wheels: again survived better than normal

- Paintwork: all items useable, but require repaint, the tank is not the original Guzzi paint, however, all other items appear to be unrestored

- Side panels - not cracked.

- Fuel tank: original, no internal corrosion issues and not corroded underneath, no dents.

- Mudguards: no damage, useable

 

Other

- V5/c present having come from the same owner since 1986 (1 previous owner from new on 10th August 1976)

- Some old MOTís, backing up mileage showing of 31,000

- VE11744 engine number placing it as assembled in the first few months of 1976 (VE70733 frame number)

- Original Sports Motorcycles number plate 

 

Summary

Unbelievable opportunity for the collector or investor, could be recommissioned/refurbished to be used as is, or a full nut and bolt restoration. The price reflects what this bike is and the potential value if restored.

 

SOLD

Please contact us on this.

International shipping a specialty.

 

 V50's to Le Mans's, V75's to Cali's, 350's to 1100's, if Carlo built it give us a call... 


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