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About mikie

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    Guzzisti
  • Birthday 05/30/1947

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  • My bikes
    1973 V7 Sport; 2009 Cal Vintage
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    Pasadena, CA

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    mikie

  2. Thanks for looking and for the comments. This bike is now sold.
  3. Thanks much Footgoose. I'll give it a try. By the way, asking price is $7500. /edit/ I don't know what your secret is, but I wasn't successful at the copy/paste attempt.
  4. Here are the details on the Centauro: 1998 Moto Guzzi V10 Centauro SP 7100 Miles One owner Excellent Condition (Show Room) Creedon's Chip Stucci Cross Over CRG Bar End Mirrors Billet Cylinder Head Guard by Guzzi Sports Extra New Seat All Original Parts Once again, I'm unable to upload the photos to this site, so I'm attaching the Craigslist ad: https://losangeles.craigslist.org/sgv/mcy/d/1998-moto-guzzi-v10-centauro/6523513972.html
  5. I do have some interest on the Scura at the asking price. I was primarily interested in feedback on Centauro pricing.
  6. Thanks Chuck, I appreciate your input. Actually, $7500 is the price he’s looking for on the Centauro.
  7. Hasn’t needed addressing. Neither has the common bubbling case paint issue. I think this is one of the “good ones”. This one is no. 603, so one of the later ones produced.
  8. What do you guys think the ballpark price should be for the Centauro? It has low mileage, some period correct extras (Stucci crossover, Creedon chip, et al., and truly may be the nicest one in the country. I know what he wants for it, but would be interested in hearing other perspectives as you don’t see many come up for sale - especially the Sport versions.
  9. Thanks, it is sweet, but I won’t miss her as I’m posting this for a friend who doesn’t do forums. I can, however, strongly vouch for the excellent condition of this bike, and would buy it myself if I had the room. He’s also going to be selling his equally excellent red 1998 Centauro Sport.
  10. Sorry, mistaken about the tires - they’re Bridgestone S21s with 600 miles on them.
  11. Excellent condition, located in Los Angeles, CA. $5000. Here are the details: 22,360 Miles Ferracci High Compression Pistons Mistral Titanium Exhaust System Stucci Crossover Power Commander Michelin Pilot power 2CT(Front & Rear) CRG Clutch & Blake Lever CRG Bar End Mirror(Right & Left) Billet Cylinder head guard(Right & Left) Carbon Rear Hugger Seat Cowl painted in Mat Black Factory Carrier Unable to attach photos, but you can find some on this link: https://losangeles.craigslist.org/sgv/mcy/d/2002-moto-guzzi-v11-scura/6522080069.html
  12. It may be the crush washer on the bottom of the fork. If so you'll need to remove the fork, drain the oil, remove the bolt holding the crush washer and replace the washer with a new one. I just had to do this on my California Vintage.
  13. Wow, a brand new Cafe Sport! Looks great (although, personally I would probably change out the red seat).
  14. While I don't have an answer to your question to add here, I just wanted to tell you that your LeMans I and R90S are two of my absolute favorite vintage bikes. You have good taste.
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