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Canadians are too nice to be Scuristi.   :ninja:

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09 Germany
29 Germany
39 Germany
46 Italy
57 Italy ( in the factory car park)
60 Italy
67 Germany
69 France
77 France
84 Italy
90 Germany
98 Italy
99 Germany
107 Italy
111 Germany
134 Germany
135 Germany
150 Ireland
172 Finland
173 France
180 Germany
191 Germany
200 France
206 Slovenia
221 England
222 Scotland
224 England
225 Scotland
226 Germany
227 England
232 USA
250 Australia
251 Australia
254 Australia
255 Australia
261 Australia
267 Australia
269 USA

270 USA
272 USA
275 Australia
279 USA
281 USA
283 USA
287 USA
288 USA
300 Netherlands
301 France
310 Isle of Man
311 England
313 England
314 England
352 Australia
353 USA
354 USA
358 USA

363 USA
365 USA
370 USA
372 USA
373 USA
375 USA
381 USA
383 USA
386 USA
387 USA
392 USA
394 USA
395 USA
396 USA
397 Italy
398 Germany
401 Australia
402 Italy
431 Italy
457 Italy
464 France
484 Wales
489 England
490 Wales
494 England
496 England
497 Northern Ireland
498 Scotland
500 England
502 Wales
505 Singapore
539 USA
544 USA
545 NZ
555 Italy
565 Germany
568 Italy
580 Denmark
595 Italy
597 USA
598 USA
599 USA
617 USA
642 Germany
655 Czech
666 Italy
672 Finland
688 Italy

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That is some impressive archiving! :thumbsup:  How many does that make in all?

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well it's Guzzi a definitive answer is never forthcoming. I keep an international V7 Sport register and have been trying to get production figures from Guzzi for 35 years, all we can estimate is around 2000. The Scura is the same it might be 700 or 750 

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...please add # 280 as being in Colorado Springs, CO, USA.  I picked it up in late September with 11,900 miles on the clock.  Am now trying to figure out how to

   lower the pegs.  I love it!  Bob..

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Witamy!

 

Welcome to the international club of darkness.

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Sheesh - I dunno what twelve thousand New Zealand dollars are, but I remember paying that in US$ for my Sport, new, in 2000 . . .  :sun:

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That'll be a bit over $8,000 US for a mid-low mileage (30,000 miles) bike that looks well-sorted with lots of aftermarket goodies and all the original kit included.

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