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Does that rear fender look wonky?
I have seen Mark I's with two styles of rear fenders. One like the eBay bike and others like below. I assume its a US vs Euro thing? What say Canuck750?
Bike was given a lipstick and rouge job in 2016 by the team at world famous CYCLE GARDEN in Huntington Beach over 20k spent on restoration
Fixed that for him..
From casual observation it seems like MKI appreciation has outstripped the V7 Sport, but I have no data to back that up.
Pedantic, but... there never was a 'Mk I'. It was just a Le Mans.
The Guzzi dealer in Buffalo,NY owned a V7 Sport exactly like the one you pictured. I was taken by the styling but my Norton was only a few years old and I was not in a position to own multiple bikes. I still think the V7 Sport is a better looking bike, more of a classic design. My '76 came along in '78 and I was able to save quite a few bucks getting it used.It was so much different from my Norton and was disappointed at first at the lack of torque from the bigger twin. Took a while to appreciate the high speed qualities of the LeMans vs the Norton.Pete.
BTW there is the most awful example of the v7sport on eBay right now for an opening bid of $8k.
I have the same problem with literary/movie references to "World War I" during the pre-WWII period. Before the MKII how did they know it was a series one? BTW there is the most awful example of the v7sport on eBay right now for an opening bid of $8k.
Here is a great example, this seller has been trying for over two years to sell his deceased fathers 1970 Nuovo Falcone 500 for $14,999.00, he is convinced its worth it, has an appraisal confirming his belief in the value, this despite many people offering about half that. The appraiser who knows nothing about bikes looked up Moto Guzzi Falcone and found $15K in great shape, can't explain to seller it is not a pre-69 Falcone, oh well, its going to keep being listed for many years to come.https://vancouver.craigslist.ca/nvn/mcy/6595388004.html
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