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Wrote a few words on the forum a few days ago. Discovered it was my firt post when I was sure to have been through presentation... So here I am .60 years old,french, retired, 2 children . Very pleased to see a real and deep love for old and lovely gooses over there.Happy owner of a 1971 V7 Special since 1983 and presently doing a total overhaul on a 1972 850 GT.Other bikes in the stable are 1980 Ducati SS black and gold ,1991 GS BMW and a 2006 "motorbike on 4 wheels" Caterham.
You are right Dusty, Caterham superseven . So much fun and pleasure on twisty roads . Only negative point , the more you enjoy it , the less your bikes feel the breeze outside the garage.
There are 2 chassis.The narrow and original one, the S3 and a larger one , the SV .You should try one and you could be very surprised by the available room when installed behind the wheel.Have a look on the british Lotus Seven club forum (blatchat) . Plenty informations.
Thanks! I hadn't realized there was a difference. Too late for right now, though, I spent my car money on a Morgan 4/4 instead ....Lannis
Jim Bolton57Olympic Peninsula, Wa.Hospital RXI like long rides on the beach and cooking over a roasting pipe....
Merry Christmas! und welkommen der Moto Guzzi gruppe. Remember on your bike that the drum brakes suck. Engine braking is your friend.
Yeah....the drum brakes, slow you down just before impact.
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