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1967/ 1968 Moto Guzzi V7 on 2040-parts.com

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Location:

Delta, Ohio, US

Delta, Ohio, US
Returns Accepted:ReturnsNotAccepted Country of Manufacture:Italy Warranty:No

Fresh barn find !! I believe that this is a 1967 guzzi from the red tank and white fenders but you be the judge. There is a dent on the tank by were the seat sits. In side of tank is clean also has pet cocks on tank. There are no dents in the other tin ware that I see. Motor is stuck. The del lorto carbs are free. Header pipes are solid with exhaust nuts but not pictured. Frame looks straight, center stand and side stand are mounted on the frame. There are no broken fins on motor. Trans is taken apart not sure if all gears and parts are there to assemble trans. Generator spins, crash bars and hand bars look straight, no dents in head light bucket, head light glass is cracked. Speedo glass is not broke not sure if it works.What you see in the photos is all that I have of the bike. I do not have a title for this bike. Bike is sold as is! No international shipping this is a pick up only. Any questions you can call 419-290-3440.Quinn.

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