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Windmill

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Joined
Mar 5, 2015
Messages
2,472
Location
Thorndale TX
First Name
Clay
I never cared for the Rocket bike notice no price and only 750 to be made. The Thruxton with 750 made at 106 hp for a twin is beautiful and I'm sure will sell out quick. I see select models used to inspire and sell base models. 21K plus for Thruxton is bumping elbows with Norton. I think they are used to draw attention. Put this way, go to dealer to see TFC and leave on a Speed Twin for half it's price and I must say a beautiful bike. The Moto Guzzi racer is good looking also and seems well priced, so that blows theory :lol2:
 

Lucydad

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Joined
Mar 18, 2013
Messages
683
Location
Sugar Land, TX
Yes. Moto Guzzi is famous for variants on a theme. I own a V7 III Special in zaffiro blue: fantastic machine, beautiful, just right power, much improved fueling and transmission over my V7R Mark I. That is a beautiful Racer in my opinion. I had a 2012 in black, just gorgeous and traded it. Alas, we no longer have a Moto Guzzi dealer in Houston. The new V85TT is a real looker, and could be performer. MV Agusta, also Northern Italian has many variants on a theme: limited production, and often very gorgeous.
 
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