1972 Moto Guzzi Ambassador on 2040-motos
Moto Guzzi Ambassador description
This motorcycle was being rebuilt by a good friend of mine. He put a lot of
Parts in it. These parts have been replaced: throttle cable, brake cable, clutch cable, choke cable, brake shoes on front and back, two wheel bearings, seals, carb kits, regulator, headlight, valves and guides, pistons and cylinders are new, rods have been bushed and resized. Low mileage crankshaft was installed, new crank bearings and rods, crankshaft seals, clutch disc, clutch springs, transmission seals, ujoint, points and condenser, rotor and cap, and plug wires. Tires and tubes, air cleaner element,
It was put together and was being ridden. Runs good, shifts good, stops good,
Was going to be painted and chromed but the friend passed away. I have 4 Guzzis. This needs someone that will ride it. Factory floor boards, left side shift, down for first. An all around good start. This bike could be made up nice.
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Moto blogTue, 15 Sep 2009 00:00:00 -0700
LEGENDARY ITALIAN motorcycle manufacturer Moto Guzzi have announced a mass European ride-out, named 'Where Eagles Fly'. Convoys of Moto Guzzi enthusiasts and their bikes will set off from six European cities to meet in Milan on November 10th for the opening of the EICMA 2009 motorcycle show. On November 8th, the British Guzzisti participating in the first Where Eagles Fly tour will set off from London (other convoys will also be setting off from Madrid, Amsterdam, Copenhagen, Vienna and Naples).Thu, 23 Feb 2012 00:00:00 -0800
The Piaggio Group reported a 9.8% increase in net income in 2011 thanks to rising demand for scooters and increased sales in Asia. According to Piaggio‘s annual fiscal report, the Italian company made a profit of 47.0 million (US$62.6 million) in 2011, compared to a net profit of 42.8 million euros in 2010. Net sales reached 1.52 billion euros (US$2.02 billion) in 2011, a year-on-year increase of 2.1% from the 1.49 billion euros reported in 2010.Fri, 28 Sep 2012 00:00:00 -0700
Back in March, Piaggio Vice President of design Miguel Galluzzi revealed the Italian firm would release several versions of the new Moto Guzzi California 1400 including a full touring version. We’ve seen photographs of the new California in prototype form from Piaggio‘s North American dealer meeting, but we’ve now come across a picture of what looks like the final production version in full touring trim. The picture, appears to have been leaked from an official catalog photoshoot, shows the new Moto Guzzi California 1400 with hard bags, engine bars, extra lighting and windscreen.
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