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.Edit: DO NOT TRY TO START THIS MOTORCYCLE, please.Bill
Since you are in SE WI, I would HIGHLY suggest you contact Joe Walano ("The Guzzi Doctor") in (Northern) Chicagoland.If you can arrange a friend to load and transport the bike there (hell, Joe may even come get it), he is extremly knowledgable and can help you.If repairs are needed, he can do it. He can appraise the bike, and also may be willing to take it on and assist in sale on consignment basis.Probably best case he can get the bike to turn-key condition and sell it, taking a cut of the proceeds for the work.Joe is a fair dealer and a nice guy. He's got a 4.9 google review rating for his shop FWIWhttps://theguzzidoctor.com/
"the large filler hole and the hinge for the cap is at the front - it does not appear to be a later reproduction."John, if that tank does have the larger filler, requiring the different gasket plate on the cap, yeah, that's NOS. The opening on top of the tank is the same between a Sport and a LeMans, the difference is the insert or baffle or neck, whatever you want to call it that sits down into the tank. I just checked one of each to confirm it. Also, Stucchi's repros were true to the cap mount hinge front for V7 Sport. His did have the later filler neck though. I heard the Sport tanks called "ball grabbers" a few times. FWIW, we got $1400 for a NOS LeMans tank back 25 years ago. If that thing is in fact NOS, it will bring a tidy penny as Gene Hackman would say. T d F
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