Author Topic: Eldorado and the quest to ride a Moto Guzzi for the first time.  (Read 81162 times)

Offline Choirboy

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Re: Eldorado and the quest to ride a Moto Guzzi for the first time.
« Reply #600 on: August 09, 2022, 09:14:30 PM »
Just read all 20 pages of this thread. Wow. Amazing work.
But..... a cliff hanger ending?
Did this bike ever get back on the road? Is it making the power you expected it to make? I need the latest chapter to this epic!

Offline Dave Swanson

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Re: Eldorado and the quest to ride a Moto Guzzi for the first time.
« Reply #601 on: August 13, 2022, 09:27:31 AM »
Just read all 20 pages of this thread. Wow. Amazing work.
But..... a cliff hanger ending?
Did this bike ever get back on the road? Is it making the power you expected it to make? I need the latest chapter to this epic!

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Dave Swanson - Northern IL
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