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Moto Guzzi V7 Custom caferacer £5500
Style:
Bobber, Brat Style, Café Racer, Other, Retro Racer
Make:
MOTO-GUZZI
Model:
V7
No. Cylinders:
Twin
Build type:
Pro-Built
Engine size:
750cc
Year:
2012
Location:
Crawley, UK
Days listed:
0 days

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Here is my beloved 2012 Moto Guzzi V7i (non ABS). I have owned the bike from new. The bike started out stock, which I customised into this show winning cafe racer. It has a long list of modifications: Shortened rear subframe, custom single seat with embroidered "Imperial emblem", custom paint, including airbrushed V7 logo on sidepanels & "Imperial emblem" on tank, Darth Vader mural under seat in front of rear wheel. Kineo tubeless spoked wheels, Mistral exhausts, K-Tech fork internals, Hagon rear shocks, Moto Gadget Micro-Dash from BAAK Motorcyclettes & their wiring loom for it, LSL rearsets, V7 Racer clip-on bars, chopped & lowered front mudguard. It has just been serviced & also had a new battery at the end of Jan this year. The bike runs great, as a V7 should & has been a lot of fun over the years, but as can be seen from the MoT certificates, I just don't ride it enough to justify keeping it anymore.

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