Moto Guzzi Twins Restoration

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MBI Publishing Company LLC, 2004 - Transportation - 239 pages
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Here is the most comprehensive guide to the restoration, renovation, and development history of all V-twins (1965-2000) from the company that author Mick Walker confidently--perhaps controversially--describes as "Italy's most glorious marque." An invaluable guide to the many engineering re-designs, technical modifications, and re-styling exercises carried out on the V-twin Moto Guzzi over years. This volume is packed with technical data unavailable from any other single source, from Ing. Giulio Carcano's 1965 V7--a sensation at the 39th International Milan Show--to the V11SS 6-speed gearbox. And in between? More than 50 models, heavyweights and middleweights, custom cruisers and off-roaders, engine and gearbox stripdown, electrics, fuel injection analysis, model recognition, model years, performance kits--even specialized workshop tools. Nothing is overlooked in the quest for your perfect Guzzi.

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A leading authority on all forms of motorcycle sport, Mick Walker has been a successful racer, tuner and team manager, and still rides regularly. He was a former editor of Motorcycle Enthusiast, and published over 100 books including in this series, Derek Minter: The King of Brands, Geoff Duke: The Stylish Champion, Bob McIntyre: The Flying Scot and Mike Hailwood: The Fans' Favourite.

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