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Hi all,Long-time Guzzi owner, off-an-on rider over the last 20+ years... I started my Guzzi journey back in Northern California where I picked up my 2002 V11 Lemans new, and then moved out to North Carolina in the mid-2000s, where we are today.I thought I had already been a member here sometimes in the ages ago, but I guess not! Al
Welcome, know the handle from the Ghetto. Last V7III I saw was 21 book. That would be the 850.Otherwise it's 2017 Anniversary model. I go here----------------https://guzzitek.org/gb/accueil_gb.htm
Well hello everyone, I'm the new owner of a 2018 V7 III carbon (dark). My first MG. I'm an older rider(65yrs on two)just about to turn the big eight 0. love the bike#00051 but...it rides like a tractor,any thing I can do for this? thanks in advance. Zeek
Greg Kane (Mondo) here. Old retired fart currently on an FJ-09 with many years on ST1300ís. I am about to pull the trigger on a V85 TT for numerous reasons and found this group to assist with any questions, farkles, etc.Greg
I saw a '72 Ambassador 750 on Bring a Trailer a couple of weeks ago (sold on 5/21) that was exactly what I was looking for. I loved the style, and the look of that particular bike (down to the brown leather seat), and while I've never sat on one, the ridiing position looked like exactly the thing I was wanting. Plus, I loved the 'antiqueness' of the thing. https://bringatrailer.com/listing/1972-moto-guzzi-ambassador-4/However, the wife was not at all in favor of buying another bike ( i.e. she was dead set against it) so I missed out. And ever since then I have deeply regretted not buying it. I'm pretty sure my regret is lasting longer than my wife's anger would have, so I have been kicking myself big time for not going ahead on it. But, it did convince me that an older Moto Guzzi is what I'm wanting, so I figured I would lurk on here for the time being, and maybe, just maybe, I will eventually find a similar bike available or, ideally, that bike being re-sold. So, here I am.
I think that you can consider yourself lucky that you "missed out" on the BaT Ambassador. Most of the items on BaT are bid considerably above what you can find elsewhere in the same or better condition if you keep looking. Ambassadors or Eldorado 850s aren't rare and there are many around that are in good condition and won't need any more work to get them fully sorted out than some of the "fully restored" bikes sold on BaT. I'd recommend finding out who the local old Guzzi "gurus" are within a reasonable distance from where you live & just call or email them to let them know you're in the market and see if they know of any good ones for sale. Apparently, a good percentage of the ones for sale change hands by word-of-mouth rather than public listings.
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