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"Fair" price for this Barn find '85 T5?

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Huzo:

--- Quote from: Mayor_of_BBQ on May 19, 2022, 06:12:54 AM ---Ben hit it on the head, thats why I said $800 IF he has clean title in hand.

I was wondering about the rear tire too... What is up with that.. 'Needs a front tire'- hell man, it needs a whole lot more than that!

Meanwhile Huzo thinks you're a nancy if you dont fly-n-ride to pick it up and ride it across the country with a pocket full of spanners! Man up!

... and lastly, whoever said the seller is delusional is the official winner of the thread, perfect answer!

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Official..? :popcorn:

blackcat:
Id buy this SP before that T-5.  On FB Moto Guzzi Bikes and Parts.

$3,600.00
1993 Moto Guzzi SP Driven 25,555 miles

Well kept 93 SP111 stored inside.
Givi locking side cases and top case
Comes with two extra new windshields.
Original seat and the lowered seat currently on the bike.
I just installed new tires .
Bike is ready to be ridden.
Could possibly deliver depending on location??
Contact me via call or text @ 405-326-8356
Located in the Oklahoma City area.

Furbo:
Fair Price?  No.

Have ridden and worked on a few T5's. Find them less nimble that the T3's. They perhaps have more rake in the steering, longer CAL frame?....dunno.

redrider90:

--- Quote from: Furbo on May 19, 2022, 01:27:11 PM ---Fair Price?  No.

Have ridden and worked on a few T5's. Find them less nimble that the T3's. They perhaps have more rake in the steering, longer CAL frame?....dunno.

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16" front wheel?

Cdn850T5NT:

--- Quote from: redrider90 on May 19, 2022, 02:13:02 PM ---16" front wheel?

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They have, I think, the mid length swingarm, with a "bent" LHS tube, and yes, they all have 16" frt wheels. Only the Series III has an 18" rear wheel; series 1 and 2 have 16" rear. Despite the 16" frt, it is  a 90 series profile, and with 38-40 psi pressure many find the stability fine. The 18" rear, 90 series profile, helps this too. All Series III's have a Lispa strg dampener, the usability of same being so-so. Not sure the bike really needs the Lispa.

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